Even as a kid, I loved to sort things. I know, it seems a strange thing to enjoy, but I lived for sorting. I always found it to be deeply satisfying to see a perfectly organized group of things, whether they were toys, books, or the clothes in my closet. Simply put, organization is one of the most essential elements of collections management for all museums.
This week, we will be featuring the thoughts of Jerry Gardner, one of the Curatorial Department's volunteers, on his work with the Fayman Archive.