The Harvard Library holds the largest academic library collection in the world, and the age and vulnerability of its vast holdings vary widely. The Harvard Library Preservation Program comprises state-of-the-art facilities and expert staff committed to ensuring that library materials remain secure and usable for contemporary and future scholars by employing a variety of strategies for conserving materials, digitizing collections, preserving library content in digital formats, and providing robust education and outreach programs.
Tracing Paper as a Support for Art and Architectural Drawings by Hildegard Homburger, 7/20
Tools for Preserving Performative Media by Ilya Kreymer and Dragan Espenschied, 7/22
Spotlight on Collections: Illuminated Manuscripts, 10/27
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