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Inventory of the City of Roseville, City Manager, Communications Division Collection
LG 207  
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Description
The City of Roseville created the Communications Division in March 2007 under the administration of the City Manager's Office in an effort to merge existing city public information resources such as print, internet, and video into one entity for the purpose of speaking with one voice and streamlining the city's internal and external messaging. The City of Roseville, City Manager, Communications Division Collection is arranged in one Series: 1. Photographic Material and is divided into three Subseries: 1. Slides, 2. Negatives, and 3. Photographs. Images span the dates 1864 to 1997.
Background
The City of Roseville created the Communications Division in March 2007 under the administration of the City Manager's Office. Its mission was to merge existing city information resources such as print, internet, and video into one entity for the purpose of speaking with one voice and streamlining the city's internal and external messaging. The City Manager's Office combined the Media Division and the Public Information Division into one Communications Division, hiring Megan MacPherson as the first Communications Manager reporting to the Deputy City Manager.
Extent
5 binders, including 3,863 slides, 120 negatives, 3 photographs
Restrictions
For permission to reproduce or publish, please consult Roseville Public Library History Collection staff. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the Roseville Public Library History Collection, Roseville, as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the Roseville Public Library History Collection.
Availability
Collection is open for research.