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Several Web sites help you learn about preserving your family records. Here are a few.

Preservation:

U.S. National Archives & Records Administration at www.archives.gov/preservation/family-archives/

The American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works at http://aic.stanford.edu

The Institute of Paper Conservation at http://palimpsest.stanford.edu

Northeast Document Conservation Center at www.nedcc.org

Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education at www.si.edu/scmre/

Cyndi's List - Preservation & Conservation at www.cyndislist.com/preservation.htm

Binding information:

Utah Bookbinding Company at www.utahbookbinding.com

Grimm Book Bindery, Inc. at www.grimmbindery.com

They also do book repairs and restorations of single books.

Inks and Toners Research Information:

Wilhelm Imaging Research at www.wilhelm-research.com


 

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