"Preserving Family History: Minnesota's Greatest Generation"

The Minnesota Historical Society recently sent us information on a free workshop chief outreach conservator, Bob Herskovitz, will be holding at Camp Ripley on Thursday, 26 June 2008.  The workshop will show participants how to care for and preserve their family heirlooms for future generations.

If you are unable to attend the workshop and have questions on preserving you family history, feel free to give us a call (320/632-4007) or contact us via e-mail (mchs@littlefalls.net).  We would be happy to try and answer your questions.

Registration Now Open for Minnesota Historical Society’s

Heirloom Preservation Workshop at Camp Ripley

“Preserving Family History:  Minnesota’s Greatest Generation” will teach participants how to preserve and care for different types of memorabilia, give tips on how to organize family papers, photos and other family treasures, and hints on creating a successful oral family history.  Participants are encouraged to bring in items that can be safely transported for Herskovitz to answer specific preservation questions.

This event is co-sponsored by MHS and the Minnesota Military Museum.  Contact the Minnesota Military Museum at (320)632-7374 for additional information or to register for this free workshop.

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