Angela Todd recently stumbled upon the story of the Klains, a Jewish family in Norway represented on the memorial stone in front of the Guy E. Rowe School. In this story-based archive talk, hear that story and learn about the importance of archives in the historical record.
Angela Todd is an archivist who works to save stories usually relegated to the sidelines of history — those of women, historically excluded people, and the stories of “our” kids with medical concerns, disabilities, or special needs. Angela has degrees in women’s studies, English, and cultural studies. She recently returned to her home state of Maine.