Preserve Your… — Bookmarks (2016 edition)

The Library of Congress Preservation Directorate has developed the bookmarks below to celebrate Preservation Week, an initiative launched by the Library of Congress, Institute of Library and Museum Services, American Library Association, American Institute for Conservation, Society of American Archivists, and Heritage Preservation to highlight what we can do, individually and together, to preserve our personal and shared collections. The original versions of these bookmarks (2009, 2011) were made possible in part by funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

See https://goo.gl/uoACXo for:

  • Preserve Your Photographs
  • Preserve Your Digital Files
  • Preserve Your Papers
  • Preserve Your Books

See https://goo.gl/YtfMxj for:

  • Preserve Your Works Of Art
  • Preserve Your Family Heirlooms
  • Preserve Your Stuff After Water Damage
  • Preserve Your A/V Recordings

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Is it possible to print this so that the second page lines up correctly with the first, or any other way that makes sense?

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Thank you for sharing this! It couldn’t be a more appropriate time. I just received a collection of original records and artifacts from my mother, some dating from the mid-1800s. These links will assist me as I try to document the stories and preserve these items for my posterity.

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