Conservation Treatment-Deacidification

We received the Presbyterian Church drawings and blueprints back from the Digital Lab, so we are ready to complete the conservation treatment on these documents. This week we deacidified the original drawings using Bookkeeper Deacidification Spray. Next week we will encapsulate all of the Presbyterian Church drawings and blueprints in order to create microclimates. This will ensure continued preservation of the documents and aid in safe handling.

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