To protect the public's health and safety and uphold professional standards, the State of Alabama licenses over one hundred and forty different occupations, ranging from your family doctor to the person who pilots ships through Mobile Bay. To acquire a license to practice one of these occupations in Alabama, individuals must meet specific requirements, including … Continue reading State Licensing Board Rosters Now Live in the Electronic Records Collection
Poet Joyce Kilmer wrote that "life is a highway and its milestones are the years." Within families, a birth might be documented in a baby book, a marriage can be listed in a wedding album, and these may all be written down in the family Bible; however, these milestones are also recorded in official government … Continue reading Accessing Vital Records and Other Records Documenting Significant Life Milestones in Alabama
For the Record’s “Meet the Staff” feature is an opportunity for our archivists to connect directly with the community which we serve
Alabama faces natural threats year-round. From flooding to hurricanes to snow and ice, these events can pose a danger to your record storage room. In addition to natural disasters, records storage rooms are subject to more common hazards such as pipes bursting, sewers backing up, or faulty electrical wiring causing smoke or fire damage.
For the Record’s “Meet the Staff” feature is an opportunity for our archivists to connect directly with the community which we serve. Name: Jaimie KicklighterTitle: Collections ArchivistSpecialties: Arranging and describing archival collections and working to preserve the archival material in our holdings. How did you end up working at the Alabama Department of Archives and History? I … Continue reading Meet the Staff Feature: Jaimie Kicklighter