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In the latest issue of Art-i-facts: social media for collecting institutions

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    • Top 10 reps at Governor's Residence
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This winter, Art-i-facts explores social media and its place in collecting institutions' marketing and fundraising strategies. Crowdfunding for Conservation looks at Pennsylvania's Top 10 Endangered Artifacts, CCAHA's first experiment in raising donations through the internet to fund conservation projects. Announcing the 2013 People's Choice Award Winner tells the story behind imprisoned abolitionist Passmore Williamson's visitors' book from the Chester County Historical Societywhich raised $9,930 during the Top 10 campaign to finish first overall. High Watermarks lists useful social media resources, and Marketing & Communications Manager Katherine Magaziner talks about how social media has changed her job in Questions for KatherineRead the entire issue here.

Images: A Thaddeus Stevens look-alike contest held as part of's Top 10 campaign for Stevens' wig (image courtesy of / Representatives from organizations participating in the Top 10 campaign at the Governor’s Residence on September 19 for the program's official launch / Passmore Williamson's visitors' book