The Town Archives Advisory Council (TAAC) brings designees of each of twelve local historic preservation entities together twice yearly to seek opportunities to collaborate and amplify their individual efforts, as well as to learn from one another, and build a network of professional peers.
The Town Archives Advisory Council’s principal purposes are as follows:
- To consider and make policy recommendations concerning the acquisition, preservation, and access to the town's collection of archival materials.
- To make practical recommendations concerning the integration of both private and public records into a single collection housed in part at the Library and in part at Town Offices.
- To engage in public education efforts to raise awareness of the existence, extent and value of the town’s various public and private historical assets.
- To provide opportunities for productive collaboration among its members and their institutions.
Jeff Cramer, Thoreau Institute
Lori Foley, Heritage Preservation
Steve Greene, At-Large / Lincoln,MA Historian
Sandra Grindlay, Friends of Modern Architecture (FOMA) Lincoln
Susan Harding, Lincoln Cemetery Commission
Peter Hirtle, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Wendy Hubbard, Historic New England
Ariane Liazos, Lincoln Historical Society
Jack MacLean, At-Large / Lincoln, MA Historian
Ruth Wales, Historic District Commission
Marie Wasnock, Lincoln Town Archives
Rick Wiggin, Lincoln Minute Men