We’ve covered a lot of material goods in this series, but there’s lots more, of course. So our concluding post is the other stuff you cherish. What have we missed? Tell us in the comments below.
We’ve gathered up some final resources about preserving other stuff. Toys and dolls and paintings and even swords. Check it out, and see the other categories we’ve covered.
Those ivory bits and bobs Grandpa collected.
And metal stuff. Like that VMA dress sword Great-Uncle James wore when he was attending the Venice campus.
If you have sources and links to share, thoughts to add, stories to tell, comment below. We LOVE to get conversations going, so chime in!
Click each topic in this series to view: Photographs/ Papers/ Furniture/ Fabric.
Where to get archival supplies: Gaylord, Talas, and University Products.
And, as always, we can count on the Library of Congress to guide us to deeper knowledge.
(The “real” Rosie the Riveter: Who was she? And the well-preserved model for our meme? She’s real too.)
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