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Workshop on preserving family heritage materials

From: Heather Mansell <hmansell>
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 1996
Conserving the past for the future
Conservation Access Workshops
State Library of New South Wales.

Series of one-day workshops on preserving family heritage items,
such as books, letters, photographs and maps, are held regularly at
the State Library of New South Wales.

Hosted by the Library's experienced conservators, the workshops
provide hands-on advice and demonstrations on a range of subjects
from bookbinding and simple repairs to preserving photographs and
albums for future posterity. Book now for the next series:

    Introduction to bookbinding
    16 January

    Boxmaking to protect collections
    17 January

    Simple repairs and preservation of books
    18 January

    Preserving photographic collections
    24 January

    Making a preservation photograph album
    25 January

    Preserving prints, drawings and watercolours
    23 January

    Care and repair of maps, plans & manuscripts
    13 February

    Preserve your precious past:  history heirlooms made to last
    30 or 31 January

Each of the workshops is priced at $150.00, however, there is a
$50.00 discount for attending three or more sessions.

The workshops are run by Conservation Access, a service of the State
Library of New South Wales, which provides advice and conservation
treatment of books, prints, watercolours, drawings, documents,
photographs and memorabilia.

For information about the workshops and bookings forms, or about the
services of Conservation Access, phone +61 2 230 1676 or email
consacc [at] ilanet__slnsw__gov__au

Heather Mansell

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