archivist

[ahr-kuh-vist, -kahy-]
noun
a person responsible for preserving, organizing, or servicing archival material.

Origin:
1745–55; < French archiviste. See archive, -ist

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archivist (ˈɑːkɪvɪst)
 
n
a person in charge of archives, their collection, and cataloguing

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Word Origin & History

archivist
1753, from M.L. or It. archivista or Fr. archiviste (see archives).
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Example sentences
Even if the university archivist does not want your papers today, perhaps family or students or a future archivist might.
If you go on a coffee break ask your archivist if you can bring something back.
And then he is a perpetual archivist of anecdote and ephemera.
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