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Ryan Semmes (left), assistant archivist with MSU Libraries, works with Jessica Coffman from the Natchez National Historical Park-Historic Melrose Estate to dry pages damaged in a flood.

Participants from libraries, archives, and museums located across Mississippi gathered at Mitchell Memorial Library May 30-31, 2012, for training - led by Tom Clareson of LYRASIS - in emergency response techniques for assessing and salvaging damaged materials in mock disasters. Here, Ryan Semmes (left), assistant archivist with MSU Libraries, works with Jessica Coffman from the Natchez National Historical Park-Historic Melrose Estate to dry pages damaged in a flood.



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