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MUNFLA recognizes that our archival descriptions contain language that may be potentially harmful to some members of the public. Traditional archival practices seek to maintain the original language used by the “creators” of our collections to ensure that historical attitudes and viewpoints are not erased from the archival record. Due to this, our collections may contain original language, used to refer to cultural groups in addition to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality/sexual identity, as well as content that some may consider offensive. Where possible, MUNFLA provides additional descriptive information to give background on the collections.

If you see descriptions of collections with inappropriate language or content that you think MUNFLA staff should review, please contact us. Provide as many details as possible regarding the language or content which requires our attention. Also, please indicate “Collection language review" in the subject of your email and include the collection reference (accession) number or URL link to the record.

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If you are having difficulty with your research, please consult the following lists of genres and topical terms used to describe MUNFLA collections:

You may also find our Archival Finding Aids section helpful to your research efforts.

MUNFLA staff are onsite to assist you during the archive's opening hours.