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DAR learns about archival preservation

The Thomas Heyward, Jr. Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met recently with Ms. Grace Cordial, Beaufort County Library District Collection Manager,  as guest speaker. Her “Family Treasures” presentation warned of the dangers to old family photos, documents and papers from light, heat and moisture and then provided solutions to help preserve these materials for future generation. DAR members have always shown an interest in their past, having proven their descent from an ancestor who served as a soldier or supporter of the American Revolutionary War. Ms. Cordial (right) shares an archiving catalog with Chapter Regent Charlene Shufelt. For more information about the DAR, call 843-525-0158.
The Thomas Heyward, Jr. Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met recently with Ms. Grace Cordial, Beaufort County Library District Collection Manager, as guest speaker. Her “Family Treasures” presentation warned of the dangers to old family photos, documents and papers from light, heat and moisture and then provided solutions to help preserve these materials for future generation. DAR members have always shown an interest in their past, having proven their descent from an ancestor who served as a soldier or supporter of the American Revolutionary War. Ms. Cordial (right) shares an archiving catalog with Chapter Regent Charlene Shufelt. For more information about the DAR, call 843-525-0158.
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