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Cataloging

Archiving

Records Management and Research

Manuscripts and Maps

Encoded Archival Description

Networking

We offer ways to organize and preserve historical documents.  Cataloging generally involves creating metadata of your information to be uploaded to a library catalog; archiving is using acid-free supplies to better prevent decay over time to your documents; records management is the best practices for keeping relevant material for research; research includes finding information for your business needs; manuscripts of hand-written documents can be digitized for future preservation to last many years and maps can also be identified, organized, and digitized; EAD is a type of format used to develop virtual finding aids for better searchability of your information; Networking is how we can keep you informed with policies, procedures, and information relating to organizing information.