Digital Files, 2023

Duke University. Medical Center. Archives.
Materials are available at the Duke University Medical Center Archives Reading Room.
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Contains digital files from the following accessions: Accession A2023.050. Includes article about the contributions of Ernest Mario, PhD, the second-longest-serving trustee in Duke University's history. Files date to 2023.

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Material in this collection was processed using AXAEM's Electronic Records Processing module, which incorporates Bagger as a way to package electronic files with technical metadata. Captured digital content was ingested into AXAEM, where ClamAV Anti-Virus software detected and cleaned any computer viruses. The cleaned files were saved on the Duke University Medical Center Archives' secure server with a regular backup schedule. Includes 5 files totaling 313 KB that are available for research: Accession A2023.050 (5 files totaling 313 KB).


Accession A2023.050: contains article about the contributions of Ernest Mario, PhD, that was published on


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