Archiving to preserve your work

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Archiving and storage of all of your valuable research material, old documents, wills, maps, newspaper articles, memorabilia and photographs even if just copies of the originals should always be done using archival acid free materials and safe archival preservation products.
We stock all your archival supplies - acid free pens, acid free paper, labels and card, acid free tissue paper, acid free adhesive and tape as well as certificate, census, and photograph/memorabilia storage binders. Storing in archival acid free clamshell boxes or "A" size archival boxes and using acid free tissue paper protects your items from light, dust and moisture.
For preserving all your certificates, documents and photographs in our binders we supply archival products - acid free pockets, acid free insert cards and acid free tabbed dividers found in this archival storage section of the Family Tree Folk site. A smaller acid free keepsake envelope is also available to store those precious little keepsakes.
Do not use PVC pockets often found in general stationers - these are prone to plasticiser migration and destroy photographs along with the print and paper of all documents
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