Preserving Family Archives – Kyla Ubbink
Speaker: Kyla Ubbink
Preserving Family Archives: Family documents, photographs, clippings, works of art, diaries, bibles, trinkets and treasures are the physical evidence that tell the stories of our ancestors. As genealogist, much these materials wind up in your care, and knowing how to preserve them is paramount to ensuring the longevity of these pieces of family history. This presentation will explore methods of employing archival principles of preservation to the care of family memorabilia. Current and up to date practices for storing archival materials, how to detect processes of deterioration, and methods of intervention will be shared within the context of practical ‘at home’ application. Topics include proper boxes and enclosures, the use of albums, shelving, climate control, pest and mould prevention, basic cleaning and repair, and digitization.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting. This presentation is open to all at no cost.
When: May 23, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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