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The Belfast Project records are closed.
The term "closed" is used when material is unavailable for use for any reason, including but not limited to compliance with laws, contractual agreements, and administrative policy. Other terms for this status are "restricted" or "sealed." Library staff is also barred from accessing the files and, therefore, cannot answer questions.
Press inquiries about the Belfast Project may be directed to Jack Dunn, Director of the Boston College Office of News and Public Affairs (617-552-3350 or email@example.com).
Interviewees seeking to have their interviews returned should contact General Counsel: Boston College Office of the General Counsel, Donaldson House, 90 College Road, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, T: 617-552-0960, F: 617-552-0961.