Records Retention Schedules
The revised schedules for the retention and/or disposition of the following university system records are based upon the requirements of the Georgia Records Act (O.C.G.A. 50-18-90 et seq.). This version includes revised schedules as filed with the Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State as of April 1, 2009.
F2 Collection and Artifact Acquisition and Exchange Records
Explanation: This series documents the acquisition, accessioning, use, preservation, storage, transfer and disposition of artifacts and collections at an institution's museum, archives or library special collection, herbarium, or other repository which is used for research purposes. This series may include but is not limited to: a log that lists the date of acquisition, acquisition/accession numbers assigned, brief descriptions of artifacts or collections, and donor names; gift receipt forms or other acquisition records that list detailed descriptions of artifacts, donors' name(s), addresses, telephone numbers, acquisition numbers, and values (if known); cataloging worksheets listing acquisition numbers, identification and provenance of artifacts or collections, description of artifacts, and donor/owner names and addresses; deed of gift listing transfer of legal ownership or custody of artifacts or collections, their descriptions and conditions, declarations as lawful owners of the property, and signatures and dates of transfer; object file cards showing each acquired item arranged by nomenclature; subject file cards showing each acquired item and its arrangement; numerical file cards showing each acquired item arranged in acquisition number sequence; wildlife collecting permits which are the legal documentation for having wildlife carcasses; guns and weapons registration forms which provide the legal authority for the collection unit to possess firearms; condition/conservation records, photographs of objects, and related documentation and correspondence. The series may also include donor correspondence; descriptions of property; inventory lists; incoming loan agreements; background data about the collections and/or persons associated with the collections; receipt of collections documentation; donor agreement forms or instruments of donation; purchasing data; publicity records; foundation equity history reports; declaration of charitable gifts forms; copyright and citation information.
Record Copy: Institutional Archives; Collection units
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