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Practical Preservation: Simple, Sensible Steps to Safeguard Family Heirlooms

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For adults

 

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David W. Jackson
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Saving family heirlooms isn't rocket science, but knowing the right techniques can save them from disaster. Join local historian David W. Jackson to learn simple steps to protect historic documents, photographs, and books. Attendees are encouraged to bring items with specific questions.

 

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