Learn about preservation and caring for your personal treasures at the preservation fair, hear preservation lectures, and bring in a document, book, photo, artifact, motion picture film or audiovisual materials for a consultation with a conservator on how to preserve it. Detailed program information available at http://www.archives.gov/preservation/. Contact Preservation@NARA.gov or Preservation Programs Officer Allison Olson at 301-837-0678 to schedule a consultation.
Event begins at 11:00AM
Presented by: National Archives
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