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Wartość archiwalna dokumentacji dotyczącej dowodów osobistych
Artur R. Sypuła, Wartość archiwalna dokumentacji dotyczącej dowodów osobistych wydanych w urzędach gmin,w: Archeion, t. 112, wyd. NDAP, Warszawa 2011, ss. 205-218. Wydawnictwo dostępne w postaci elektroniczej na stronie NDAP.
Streszczenie artykułu w języku angielskim:   "Artur R. S y p u ł a , Archival value of documentation pertaining to personal identity cards documentationissued by municipal offices. The presented study bases on findings of an analysis prepared by theAuthor in 2009 on the basis of reconnaissance made in 406 commune-level offices (including in townswith the status of poviats) by specific state archives upon order of the Deputy Chief Director of the StateArchives. The findings were a basis of the Central Commission for Archival Assessment of Documentation(CCAAD) meeting on 15 September 2009, which unanimously — basing on its determinationsand postulates — recommended to change the qualification to category A of the documentationpertaining to personal identification cards issued up to 1979 (i.e. until the PESEL system was introduced).These solutions were implemented into the body of law by the ordinance of the President of theCouncil of Ministers of 18 January 2011 on chancellery instruction, uniform subject indexes of files andinstruction on organization and scope of operation of company archives (Journal of Laws No. 14 item67, Journal of Laws No. 27 item 140). The author discusses: the legal grounds for creating documentationof personal identity cards, the number of said documentation stored in commune-level offices includedin the analysis, place and conditions of storage, contents of the so-called ID card envelopesin particular periods. Subsequently, conclusions on their archival qualifications are formulated. In theopinion of the Author, the documentation of personal identity cards issued at least by the end of 1974should be kept perpetually, due to its high value for preserving the legal interest of citizens and its cognitivevalues (in particular to prosopographical, genealogical and anthropological research)."   Źródło: Archeion, t. 112 
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