Archive for April, 2011
Preservation Week 2011 has brought us many examples of how to save our treasures – both those help by families and by our community museums. I’ve added a link to a Nebraska’s PBS website with several excellent, short, easily viewed videos on problems facing our small museums. Note also the excellent articles written by experts […]
Preservation Week April 24th – 30th – Help to preserve our family and community histories – Visit Your Local History Museum or Genealogical Society! Our community and family photo collections and stories are very valuable and they are being lost to those who might some day appreciate them. Therefore – this week we encourage you […]
The importance of preserving photographs…. sitting in dusty corners of antique shops, or worse, moldering away under piles of garbage at a county dump? How many shoeboxes and scrapbooks hold pictures that could answer the questions of those who seek their community’s history? We historians honor not only those who took the time to make the images and save them for “someday,” but those, like Bob Morse, who recognize the importance of adding to the community memory by saving and sharing those open windows to the past.