Archivist Diane Tyink is in charge of the "paper" collections in the Museum, including documents, maps and photographs. Previous to this position, Diane worked for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Tucson Branch Law Library, from 2003-2008. More recently, Diane worked for the University of Texas as a Reference & Instruction Librarian and Archivist. In 2010, Diane was awarded a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission to process a large congressional collection. She has Masters degrees in both History and Library Science from the University of Arizona. Diane’s graduate work in History focused on Latin American colonial ethnohistory, specifically the Maya in the highlands of Guatemala at the point of contact with the Spanish. Diane’s hobbies include hiking and reading.