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Northeast Document Conservation Center has launched a crowdfunding initiative to involve the public in helping to save America’s historical artifacts. 

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The Northeast Document Conservation Center has launched a crowdfunding initiative to involve the public in helping to save America’s historical artifacts.

There are currently two projects that you can donate to directly, with more projects coming soon.

You can be involved in the conservation treatment and digitization of a daguerrotype that shows the first steam train from Lexington to Boston, Massachusetts or contribute to the conservation treatment of two insurance map books of Nashua, New Hampshire.

Be part of the preservation of our nation's history! Any amount will help and is tax deductible.

If you have other examples of creative fundraising initiatives, contact Julie Martin at jmartin@nedcc.org. Send them your link and they’ll share it on social media.

 

 

Written by

Kate Brownrigg
MLAC Preservation Assistant
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