Slowing the March of Time:
Preserving and Protecting Items of Personal and Historical Significance
Is the item or what it represents important?
If the item is most important - don't display or use it - consult a professional conservator as to the best way to keep safe for future generations. Don't wait until it shows signs of age, this indicates damage has already occurred. If what the item represents is more important, consider recreating/reconstructing or restoring.
Today Is Tomorrow's History:
Today's documents, photos, and everyday items will be future generation's history. Take this into consideration when storing the video of Janie' marriage, the photo of 4 living generations, or even your accumulated genealogy and records.
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