Conservation

Aims

Churchill Archive Centre actively conserves and preserves the documents, papers and artefacts that compose a rich, historic collection. Our aims are:

Conservation

Conservation involves the protection of archives by minimal physical and chemical treatments designed to resist further deterioration. Conservation treatments used on papers, photographs and books in the archives can include the following:

Preservation

Preservation is the passive protection of archives in which no physical or chemical treatment is used. Preservation activities include the following:

Contact

For more information on Churchill Archive Centre's conservation and preservation work, contact Sarah Lewery.

E-Mail Sarah Lewery