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Minnesota method

n. ~ An strategy for appraising materials that combines aspects of collection analysis, documentation strategy, appraisal, and functional analysis.

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See Mark A. Greene and Todd J. Daniels-Howell, "Documentation with 'An Attitude': A Pragmatist's Guide to the Selection and Acquisition of Modern Business Records" in James M. O'Toole, ed., The Records of American Business (Society of American Archivists, 1997).

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