The Northeast Document Conservation Center has added three more Crowdfunding Initiatives for Preservation:
- Recovering the damaged recording of a lost native Alaskan dialect
This is a fascinating story, from the technology used to the history behind the recordings.
Read more in the NEDCC Story: Hidden Gems.
- The preservation and digitization of Sandy Island Plantation journals and almanacs
Learn about life and labor on an 18th century plantation.
- The conservation treatment of Kansas State University Libraries' manuscript cookbook collection
Over 10,000 pages of manuscript cookery books will be available in an institutional repository.
This is a terrific way to get involved and be a part of saving our nation's history!
All donations go directly to the organization sponsoring these fundraising initiatives and are tax-deductible.
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