• Investigating The Past Through Analyisis

    Root cause analysis is the questioning and investigative process that preservationist management uses to determine the original cause of the problem. The method seeks to go beyond providing treatment for the symptoms but also isolate the original cause. The main goal of root cause analysis is to deter the problem from occurring

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  • Discovering The Right Illumination


    The dangers of light damage on historical artifacts (especially documents) is real; however, it can also bring a haunting re-visitation to the past and bring emotions to what your are exhibiting. Room light is the best aspect of exhibit beauty as it displays a brightly illuminated environment in the room which soothes

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  • Great Storage For Any Artifacts


    Storage is the key to preserving history. Food preservation through all cultures were done to survive the environments unique to them. Cultures living in the extreme cold would preserve food with ice. Those is equatorial climates dried their food in the sun. Fermenting, jarring, and canning became important as well.

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  • Treasure In A Bottle


    Everyone dreams of finding that map in a washed up bottle on the beach, leading to the discovery of ancient relics and artifacts priceless in value.  But the reality of preservation is that it is a hard up-hill battle to save and restore historical things. Sometimes you just need a

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  • History In Todays Technology


    Protection of our cultural past is very important. To keep track of all our data on preservation we use today’s advanced technologies. Computers have come a long way to help keep track of history. Some computers can be too bulky on preservation sites, or to lug around during show exhibitions.

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