Great and easy to understand.
This book is written by Don Williams, the senior conservator of the Smithsonian Institution -- and therefore an authority on the best way to preserve stuff.
A great reference for sure, and tells you where to buy the speciality items needed to properly store and care for your"stuff".
I've gotten this one for my self AND twice as a gift for good friends. Filled with great tips. Home-friendly suggestions for archiving your treasures.Published 10 days ago by circa24
A real reference manual of taking care of stuff, preserving it for future generations. He even tells you when to see an expert conservationist and lists places that do... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Karen S. Lebeter
This is a great book for those of use who want to downsize our Stuff. I have checked it out of the library before, but wanted my own copy for reference. I love it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara S. Behling
Great ideas, clear and doable solutions to maintaining your family's history.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer Faulkner
Wow! Don't know how to store your marionette? What about that macaroni sculpture Junior made in the 3rd grade? This book tells you. It is really inclusive. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. Braden
Excellent advice for serious collectors & sentimentalists told by an expert with a sense of humor in easy to read format. The primary author is a sr. Read morePublished 10 months ago by tck