VC/UHV library features display on preserving important personal, community and family history
May 12, 2010 | 574 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Area residents can learn more about protecting their family papers, photos and books through an exhibit on display this month at The Victoria College/University of Houston-Victoria Library as part of the first national Preservation Week.

“Memories and treasures should last a lifetime and be passed on to future generations,” said Joe Dahlstrom, senior director of the VC/UHV Library. “We want to inspire people to preserve their personal, family and community collections and to raise awareness about the role libraries, archives, museums and other cultural institutions can play in providing good preservation information.”

National Preservation Week, sponsored by the American Library Association, began Sunday, May 9, and will end on Saturday, May 15, although the VC/UHV exhibit will be up through the end of May. The exhibit features guidelines for protecting family collections and samples of supplies and tools used by librarians and archivists.

The exhibit is on the first floor of the VC/UHV Library, 2602 N. Ben Jordan. For more information, visit the American Library Association website at or contact the library at 570-4166.
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