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Sarah Hull
Head of Local History, Genealogy & Special Collections

Ms. Hull has been employed at the Plainfield Public Library since 2008. She has an M.A. in Medieval Studies from Fordham University and an M.S. in Library and Information Science, with a concentration in Archives Management, from Simmons College. She has been working as a professional librarian and archivist for over eighteen years. Sarah is responsible for managing the Library’s archive and special collections, supervising the department staff, archive volunteers and student interns, grant writing, creating historical exhibitions, and helping patrons. She also assists with the creation and maintenance of the department’s web pages, online exhibits, and online image collections browser.

She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) and a consultant with the MARAC - New Jersey Caucus Archival Projects Evaluation Service (CAPES). She is also a member of the New Jersey Library Association (NJLA), and the former editor of "The Chronicle," the quarterly newsletter of the NJLA History & Preservation Section. She is currently the section vice president. In 2017, Ms. Hull received NJLA's Susan G. Swartzburg Award in recognition of her statewide leadership and dedication to the preservation of archival, library, and historical materials.

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