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You need to register for our 5/13 webinar on 
Low Tech Storage Solutions for Historic Objects!

Care and Storage of Historic Collections
This multi-part webinar series provides in-depth training from conservators on the care, handling and storage of collections. This program is designed for staff and volunteers
at museums, historical societies, libraries, and archives. The series begins with an overview on care, handling and storage of historic collections, and continues with four individual webinars that will cover each of the following at-risk groups: Books and Paper, Photographs, Historic Objects Part 1 (Ceramics, Metal & Wooden tools, Archaeological & Ethnographic Artifacts, and Furniture) and Historic Objects Part 2 (Paintings, Decorative Arts, and Textiles).  

The webinars will also discuss designing proper storage environments (low-tech solutions), managing storage rooms, developing retrieval systems, tagging critical collections in preparation for an emergency or disaster response, plus much more!

Webinar 3E-5/13/14: Low Tech Storage Solutions:Historic Objects 
(Part 2 ) - Paintings, Decorative Arts, and Textiles
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Can't make the live webinar? Register anyhow! All our webinars are recorded- each participant receives a link to the recording afterwards- so even if you can't participate live, you can still get the information! 
psst--missed the first four webinars in the series? Not to worry! All our webinars are recorded! Give us a call at 914.592.6726.
Each webinar is only $10!  
A priceless investment in caring for your collection...

Let's Talk About...Historical Photographs
May 16, 2014
11: 00 AM - 2:00 PM
Ellenville Public Library
Greater Hudson Heritage Network and the Hudson Valley Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) invite you
to join us as we discuss historical photographs. This informal and informational session held at the Ellenville Public Library in Ellenville, will help you to identify different formats of and date historical photographs as well learn how to properly care for and store these historical treasures.

GHHN Members: $10.00
Non Members :   $15.00
Fee includes informational packet and lunch. 

Questions? Contact Kerry Sclafani at 914-592-6726, 914-582-3353 or [email protected]

Wondering if an item in your collection is eligible for Conservation Treatment Grant Program Funding?
A FREE Webinar will be available on the Conservation Treatment Grant Program soon! Watch for an announcement!
For more information about the 
Conservation Treatment Grant Program, click here
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