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For Individuals and Organizations

GNHLHA offers members a free 2-hour consultation with the GNHLHA Archivist/Director to discuss our Historical Records Inventory services.

Whether you are an organization looking to inventory your records, or an individual looking to preserve your family history at work, our services will help you achieve your goals.  We can work with you to document your own or your family's working history or union!

What is a Records Inventory?

GNHLHA will produce a detailed listing of your records, photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and other materials relating to your collection.  An agreed-upon time frame and pricing structure for the service is established. 

What happens after my Records Inventory is complete?

You will receive a catalogued listing of the contents of your collection and recommendations as to how to preserve your documents of enduring historical value. 

Will I be able to protect sensitive records or other documents?

Yes, the GNHLHA promises complete confidentiality pertaining to all documents you submit for your Records Inventory.  We will never release or use any of your records for any purpose without your consent.  Should you wish to share your historical records, GNHLHA can advise you of your options for doing so. 

How much does it cost?

There is a free 2-hour consultation for members to discuss the scope of the project and pricing for a full inventory.  The Records Inventory Service is free to member organizations.

Who has used this service in the past?

Visit our Records Inventories Archive to view publicly available reports of completed inventories we have performed for past clients.  

I would like to know more about this service.  Who can I ask?

For general inquiries, feel free to contact Joan Cavanagh, GNHLHA Archivist/Director, at (203) 777-2756 ext. 2 or e-mail her at joan@laborhistory.org

How can I sign up for my free 2-hour consultation to discuss my Records Inventory options? 

To sign up for the 2-hour consultation, you must first become a member of the GNHLHA, then call Joan Cavanagh, GNHLHA Archivist/Director, at (203) 777-2756 ext. 2 or e-mail her at joan@laborhistory.org to set up your consultation. 
Greater New Haven Labor History Association  •  267 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT 06513 •  info@laborhistory.org •

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