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Preferred Vendors List: Preservation

Capture Interactive
Capture Interactive: Preserving and Promoting Native Cultures and Heritage.Capture Interactive produces beautiful and engaging digital interactive experiences that feature indigenous artifacts and collections in order to advance the preservation and education of the Americas diverse native cultures. Visit us to experience our work featuring indigenous watercraft and early explorer maps produced for The State Library Archives and Museum of Alaska; and our latest fun and engaging Kinect experience that allows visitors to try on authentic Chugachmiut wardrobe pieces, headdress and masks. Contact Victoria Biddle, Managing Partner t:917-701-2972

FamilySearch International
FamilySearch International is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing the world’s records.  It has partnered in this effort with more than 10,000 archives and more than 800,000 volunteers worldwide.  Together, we create and preserve archival-quality images and indices and make them freely available to millions of people seeking information about their ancestors.

The Northeast Document Conservation Center
The Northeast Document Conservation Center is one of the largest non-profit conservation centers in the United States, specializing in the preservation of paperbased materials for museums, libraries, archives, and other cultural organizations, as well as private and family collections. NEDCC provides conservation treatment, digital imaging, assessments, educational programs, and disaster assistance.

Preservation Technologies
Preservation Technologies developed the Bookkeeper deacidification process and sprays used in libraries, archives, and museums throughout the world to extend the life of paper collections. The MediaPreserve, a division of Preservation Technologies, uses expertly modified legacy audio, video, and film equipment combined with current technologies to provide reformatting services for preservation and access.

SummitDay Media
SummitDay Media are consulting specialists in audiovisual preservation and management who have extensive experience with indigenous media collections. Working with museums, archives, libraries, corporations and private collectors, they help photographic, sound and moving image collections not only survive, but thrive - informing and educating future generations.