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consultant , history and archives educator

Julia Niebuhr Eulenberg, American history and archives educator, consultant.

Background

Eulenberg, Julia Niebuhr was born on August 18, 1942 in San Angelo, Texas, United States. Daughter of Ralph Waldo Niebuhr and Joy Niebuhr (Coatney) Holliday.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, University Washington, 1965. Master of Arts in History and Archives Management, University Washington, 1984. Ph.C. in History, University Washington, 1986.

Career

Freelance editor, since 1970. Editor Battelle Seattle Research Center, Seattle, 1974-1976. Records and archives specialist Battelle Seattle Research Center, 1981-1984.

Manager information publications services Battelle Human Affairs Research Centers, Seattle, 1976-1981. Archivist Washington State Jewish History Society, 1983-1984. Consultant archives and records management, since 1984.

President Laird Norton Archival Services, 1988-1989. Owner, consultant The Corporation Archives, Seattle, since 1988. Visiting lecturer University Wash School of Library and Information Science, Seattle.

Membership

Active synagogue activities. Member American Association for State and Local History, Association Records Managers and Administrators, Immigration History Society, Northwest Archivists' Association (member publications committee, editor newsletter 1981-1985), Pacific Northwest Historians' Guild (executive board 1984-1986), Society of America Archivists, Association Professional Writers and Editors (vice president program development 1977-1978), Seattle Area Archivists (president 1990-1991), Phi Alpha Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing.

Connections

Married George Edward Schairer, March 24, 1963 (div. 1975); children: Benjamin Baker, Sarah Niebuhr. Married Michael Eulenberg, February 24, 1980.

father:
Ralph Waldo Niebuhr

mother:
Joy Niebuhr (Coatney) Holliday

spouses:
George Edward Schairer

Michael Eulenberg

children:
George Benjamin Baker

Sarah Niebuhr (Schairer) Rubin