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Charter Day: 150 Years of Record Keeping
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By Laurie Sletten. March 23, 2018 – Charter Day – marks UC’s 150th anniversary. We know this because someone kept records in such a manner that the records were accessible and able to be referenced. In 1868, records were created or received on paper. With the establishment of the transcontinental railroad in 1869, mailed records crossed the country in just days. Typewriters did not enter the market until 1874. These developments made it easier to create and share records. Still, it wasn’t until records could be easily copied (think carbon paper, copy machines and, finally, computers) that records became voluminous...