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Posted: 01/21/2010

NYS Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation
Allegany State park

Allegany State Park, Salamanca, New York is NYSs largest state park, known for its wildlife and containing 65,000 acres of mature forests, three lakes and several streams. The park, founded in 1929, has a rich history of early settlements, Seneca Indians, logging, CCC camps and skiing.

Historical Archive Internship
Internship Opportunity
Salamanca, NY
Open Until

Historical Document/Photo Archiving  Applicant will assist in cataloguing, accessioning and preparing photos, documents and artifacts according to best preservation practices for retention in the Allegany Region files. Good organizational and computer skills are required. Candidate will work with members of the Allegany Historical Society and regional staff in establishing protocols and procedures for documentation and access to the files. The Park has an extensive collection of photos and papers relating to the history of Allegany which have never been catalogued.

An interview in person or by phone is required. Interested parties should submit a resume with a listing of course work completed or expected to be completed by June 2010 with a letter of interest. This is an unpaid internship although housing may be provided to a qualified candidate.

How to apply
Send a letter of interest with contact information and a resume with a listing of course work completed or expected to be completed by June 2010 to the contact information. Interviews are required either in person or by phone.
Lynn LeFeber
Phone: (716) 354-9101
2372 ASP Rte. #1
Allegany State Park
Salamanca, NY 14779

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