Craig Tuttle holds a B.A., M.A. in History, a degree in Archival Management from New York University, and a Masters in Library Science from Rutgers University. Since 1986, he has specialized on the preservation of papers, books, photographs, and audio/video recordings.
He served as Project Archivist for the Fiorello LaGuardia Mayoral Papers, Manuscripts Curator/Archivist at the University of South Florida, and Special Collections Librarian/Archivist for Florida Atlantic University. Worked as an archival consultant for the Thomas Edison National Historical Site in West Orange, New Jersey, Brevard County government, Florida, and the Block Drug Company, Jersey City, New Jersey, and as Archivist/Historian for the City of Tampa, Florida.
He can can be found on the library’s fourth floor amid Fayetteville State’s historical documents and artifacts. Or you can reach him at 672-1613 and firstname.lastname@example.org.