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Balboa Art Conservation Center

For more than 45 years, BACC has been fulfilling its mission as a nonprofit art conservation and cultural preservation organization to provide conservation and preservation services for works of art, cultural objects, and historic artifacts. Its highly trained conservators offer a rigorous and scientific approach to the preservation, examination, and treatment of cultural heritage objects. As a nonprofit organization, BACC is committed to benefiting the public good by supporting training and education opportunities and partnering with stewards of community cultural collections. BACC is expanding access to the field of conservation to historically underrepresented communities by growing the existing knowledge base to include culturally conscious and responsive methods of conservation and preservation.

Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts

Established in 1977 in Philadelphia, the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) is a nonprofit organization delivering a wide range of conservation and preservation services. Its mission is to provide expertise and leadership in the preservation of cultural heritage. CCAHA’s conservators repair and stabilize books, photographs, and documents. CCAHA’s preservation services staff works in the field providing education programs and helping institutions plan for the future of their collections. CCAHA offers a range of digitization and reproduction services, as well as fundraising assistance, housing and framing, and more. 

Dorfman Museum Figures, Inc.

Dorfman Museum Figures features a broad line of artifact appropriate, inert Ethafoam Conservation Forms for display and storage of historic costumes, clothing, and uniforms. Beyond our standard Forms, we also build unique customized bodies in both archival, and non-archival materials. We also specialize in the creation of dynamic, life-sized Realistic Figures. 

Foundation for Advancement in Conservation

The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation offers free and low-cost programs to help you care for your collections. Visit us to learn about our Connecting to Collections Care webinars, Collections Assessment for Preservation program, and emergency response and recovery resources. 

Gaylord Archival

Ready to embrace innovation? Be one of the first to experience the AXS Showcase System, exclusively from Gaylord Archival. With a brilliantly simple, patent-pending design that combines rare-earth magnets and security screws – this scalable, conservation-grade acrylic showcase system ships flat, assembles in minutes and can be accessed by a single-person!

Hollinger Metal Edge

Hollinger Metal Edge is the leading supplier of archival materials for museums, libraries, universities and government institutions. We offer a wide variety of products in our catalog but we also specialize in custom sizes to make sure you get what you need.

Midwest Art Conservation Center

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) is a nonprofit organization for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts, providing treatment, education, and training for museums, historical societies, libraries, archives, government entities, other cultural institutions, artists, and the public.

The Northeast Document Conservation Center

Established in 1973, the Northeast Document Conservation Center is a non-profit organization with expertise in conserving book, photograph, and paper collections, digital imaging, audio reformatting, preservation training, assessments, and consultations. Notably, NEDCC’s “Ready – Or Not” Cultural Heritage Disaster Preparedness Project, funded by the California State Library, conducts free emergency preparedness assessments for California-based organizations responsible for cultural and historic resources, such as archives, libraries, museums, and tribal nations.


Spreading Artifactual Knowledge for the Future by Creatively Preserving Our Past. Octavaye provides preservation design services in the form of Custom Preservation Enclosures. The materials are specifically selected to enhance the beauty and character of each artifact. All creations are designed to preserve and highlight the artifact for its specific needs within a collection. 


TALAS, founded in 1962 as a family owned and operated business, continues to serve its customers with the same values from its inception. We promise to offer one consistently low price without discounting or inflating our prices and to provide the highest level products and services available.  We will strive to offer the most complete range of stock and custom archival storage materials as well as conservation supplies for all disciplines to best serve our customers needs. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please let us know.

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