Contemporary large corporations such as IBM or Wells Fargo employ as many people as lived in the ancient city-state such as Alexandria, with its Great Library. Many large corporations have established an archive as a repository of documents, artwork, records and artifacts reflecting the history and development of a community. This paper and presentation explores the work of corporate archivists, whose role in a corporation often blend the work of marketing, communications, librarianship, and custodian of a corporation’s history and values.