Fonds P0100 - Nancy Marrelli fonds

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Nancy Marrelli fonds

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  • 1970-1996 (Creation)
    Marrelli, Nancy

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1.35 m of textual records
7 audio cassettes

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Nancy Marrelli was born in Montreal November 21, 1944. She is married to Simon Dardick and has two daughters, Rosemary and Anne. Nancy Marrelli studied at Marianopolis College. She received a diploma from the Sir George Williams Business School in 1965 and graduated with a B.A. in history from Sir George Williams University in 1976. She received an Archives Diploma from the National Archives of Canada in 1982, and did their Preservation Management Training Program 1992-1993. In 1996 she participated in the internship known as the Stage technique international d'archives in Paris.

She joined the staff of Sir George Williams University as a library assistant in 1965. She was administrative assistant to the director of libraries from 1967 to 1981. While at the library she was active as a union representative. In 1982, following a fire in the Archives of Concordia University, she was appointed director of Archives, a position she held until her retirement in September 2010. She then became Archivist Emerita. She is the author of Implementing Preservation Management: A How-to Manual for Archives (the French version is entitled La Gestion de la préservation : un manuel pratique pour les services d'archives), published in 1996 by the Réseau des archives du Québec. She has given lectures at numerous seminars and conferences and is the author of a number of articles on archival science.

In 1994 Nancy Marrelli received the Jacques Ducharme prize of the Association des archivistes du Québec.

Nancy Marrelli is co-owner, with Simon Dardick, and editor of the Montreal literary publishing company Véhicule Press.

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The fonds provides information on union activity. It gives complete information on a 1973 strike of members of the Sir George Williams University library staff. It also provides information on Nancy Marrelli's service as director of the Concordia University Archives, primarily long-service awards.

The fonds consists of minutes of meetings of negotiation, correspondence, clippings, copies of a collective agreement, publicity and pamphlets, a mailing list, and long service awards from Concordia University.

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These documents were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Nancy Marrelli in 1992 and 1995.


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