ANAS Institute of Manuscripts elected a member of International Manuscripts Society

ANAS Institute of Manuscripts elected a member of International Manuscripts Society

Baku, January 24, AZERTAC

ANAS Institute of Manuscripts named after M. Fuzuli has been elected as a full member of the International Manuscripts Society with the headquarters in Kansas city, the USA.

According to ANAS, the name of the institution and the country has been almost included to the unified registry of the society. Other members of the society were informed about the Azerbaijani enterprise and manuscripts, being preserved in the fund. At the same time, employees of the institute received a free access to the scientific quarterly journal "Manuscripts".

The Manuscript Society is an international organization of persons and institutions devoted to the collection, preservation, use and enjoyment of autographs and manuscripts.

The oldest society of autograph and manuscript collectors in the United States today, the Manuscript Society has become an international organization with members in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. While collectors formed the heart of the organization in 1948, its membership today includes archivists, manuscript curators, librarians, and prominent manuscript dealers and auction houses. That expanded focus led the organization to change its name from the National Society of Autograph Collectors to the Manuscript Society in 1953.

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