|Grapevine Newsletter Archive|
On October 25, 1991, The Grapevine Newsletter for Cultural Resources Management (Grapevine) began publication through in-house production by Gray & Pape, Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio. The newsletter, edited by Jeanne Harris, an employee of that firm, was intended as a monthly newsletter… designed specifically for persons, firms and agencies involved in cultural resources management....designed primarily [to] address the needs of archaeologists working in the private sector (from first edition of the newsletter). This was one of the first, if not the first, publication of its kind intended for private sector cultural resource companies.
With the formation of ACRA in 1995, a sister newsletter was added to the publication of The Grapevine by Gray & Pape, Inc., called ACRA News. The costs for publication of the ACRA News was largely borne by ACRA but, in part, subsidized by Gray & Pape, Inc.
Side by side, these two publications kept abreast of news of the cultural resources industry from 1995 until the discontinuance of The Grapevine in May 2002 (Issue 12:3). The Grapevine was, in large part, a victim of the increasing availability of internet resources as well as the growth of ACRA itself.
3/16/2016 » 3/19/2016
National Council on Public History Annual Meeting (Baltimore)
Don't miss the opportunity to network with your fellow CRM professionals at ACRA's 22nd Annual Conference, September 13-18 at the Renaissance Hotel in Palm Springs, CA.
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