FindersKeepers project: the end in sight?

The FindersKeepers project has been making steady progress for a number of years now, as home-based volunteers work to get our archive lists ready to be imported into the catalogue.  The news today is that there are fewer than 700 lists to go – impressive when you consider that we have well over 7000 collections.  To make the end of the project easier to visualise, I have doctored one of George Woodward‘s lovely balloon cartoons. Each stripe represents 50 lists, and I will send out another blog post each time another gets wiped out.  To find out more about the project, including how to volunteer, have a look at the FindersKeepers page.

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