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Bucketworks Archive


Bucketworks Archive

This book contains resources and materials from Bucketworks history, including:

  1. Photo Galleries
  2. Documentation
  3. Time and Date Information
  4. Personal Narratives

This is a wiki which means you are welcome and invited to:

  • contribute to the library from any source
  • make changes to the contents or structure of this archive
  • see who else shared, what they shared, and when they shared it

Even this description counts.


  1. You must create an account or login to contribute to the library. (Join the Bucketworks Group in this site. Once you've signed up, click Membership up top next to your name and join the group.)
  2. Remember that anyone can read or view what's in the library, even if they don't create an account on this site.
  3. Share a version that anyone can see with only a browser. (For example, if you have a Word doc, copy and paste the contents into the page itself in addition to attaching it.) 
  4. Share photos using links to full sources-- in other words, paste in a link to the Flickr page / set / gallery, not the Flickr image. This way people can get back to your source.
  5. Use embeds when possible, and when using embeds, include source link below.
  6. Tag your page with the year of the find. Examples include 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. This will make it easy to find everything from a general time period.
  7. If you find information in a password-protected resource, but want to share it anyway, contact the staff and we'll find a way to share it safely. (This could include saving a page as HTML and attaching / pasting it, etc.)
Need help?


The notebook section provides a way for you to store and share information with your group members. With the book feature you can:

  • Add book pages and organize them hierarchically into different books.
  • Attach files to pages to share them with others.
  • Track changes that others have made and revert changes as necessary.
  • Archive books that are no longer of interest to the group. Archived books can be reactivated later if needed.