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In this week’s podcast episode, Beth Saunders returns to discuss her involvement in the UMBC Library Archives and their recent exhibit of Baltimore photographer Amos Badertscher. Beth is responsible for managing UMBC’s collections of photography, rare books, and archives. Take a look at the images available in the UMBC archive, and check out their latest exhibit of Amos’s worksTo delve deeper into Beth’s interesting work,  listen to episode 79 where she shares her experiences in the paranormal field. For further insights into Beth’s background and projects, visit her LinkedIn, UMBC profile, and her work on The Current.  You can also follow the archives on Instagram @umbcspecialcollections

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