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Kształtowanie narastającego zasobu archiwalnego

Jacek Jażdż. Kształtowanie narastającego zasobu archiwalnego na przykładzie przedsiębiorstwa Tomaszowskie Kopalnie Surowców Mineralnych "Biała Góra" w Smardzewicach w latach 1978-2006, w: Archeion, T. CXVIII, wyd. NDAP, Warszawa 2017, s. 150-162

"Jacek Jażdż, Shaping the Growing Archival Resource on the Example of Tomaszowskie Kopalnie
Surowców Mineralnych “Biała Góra” in Smardzewice in the Years 1978–2006. The stereotypical
image of the archivist is, at present, deeply untrue and falsifi ed. Archivists are not just “warehouse
keepers” who push around piles of dusty fi les. They are also “offi cers” who safeguard that the
documentation is properly manufactured and secured at the level of the manufacturer, before it
ultimately goes to the state archive. This is the task of the so-called archival supervision, operating
at every state archive in Poland. This article aims to familiarise the reader with the tasks of archival
supervision on the example of the State Archives in Piotrków Trybunalski as a supervisory unit and
Tomaszowskie Kopalnie Surowców Mineralnych “Biała Góra” in Smardzewice as a supervised unit,
dating back to the 18th century. The article presents in a synthetic manner the process of exercising
supervision over the unit by employees of the State Archives in Piotrków Trybunalski, focusing on e.g.
the inspections conducted and expert reports, as well as their results, or the considered applications
for missing fi les. On the basis of these data, you can look at shaping both the archival resources of
the plant in Smardzewice, as well as managing the entire documentation, including non-archived
documentation. Cooperation of the State Archives in Piotrków Trybunalski with TKSM “Biała Góra”
in Smardzewice came to an end with the economic transformations in Poland due to the political
transformation, as a result of which many factories were privatized, transformed into plants with
a different profi le, or simply liquidated. As a result, there are now fewer and fewer documents in the
state archives documenting the rich, industrial history of the Polish state."
                                                           (dostęp z 4.08.2018) 

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