continuing valuen. the usefulness or significance of records based on the information they contain that justifies their ongoing preservation
NotesMany archivists prefer to describe archival records as having continuing value or enduring value, rather than permanent value. The phrase “continuing value” emphasizes the perceived value of the records when they are appraised, recognizing that a future archivist may reappraise the records and dispose of them.
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