Preservation

K-State Libraries is committed to preserving, protecting, and maintaining the condition of materials housed within our libraries. While the Libraries do not offer its services to private individuals, there are companies that can help.

Preserving your personal items

Please consult the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). Their online form can help you find a conservator with the specific expertise you require. This list does not constitute an official endorsement by K-State Libraries.

Etherington Conservation Services
HF Group (formerly Heckman Bindery)
P.O. Box 89
North Manchester, IN 46962-0089
phone:(800) 334-3628

Book and paper conservation, library binding, limited edition binding.

Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center
1326 South 32 Street
Omaha, NE 68105
phone:(402) 595-1180

Paper, art, photograph, and object conservation; digitization services. Some staff members are Professional Associates and Fellows in the AIC.

Heugh-Edmondson Conservation Services
P.O. Box 10408
Kansas City, MO 64171
phone:(816) 283-0660
email: heughed@earthlink.net

Conservation of works of art on paper, art, and photographs. Heugh and Edmondson are Fellows in the AIC.

Binding

Lanman/Proctor Bindery
20170 West 114th Terrace
Olathe, KS 66061-8739
phone:(913) 393-1957
email: LPBindery@aol.com

Thesis binding, journal binding, book rebinding. Local Kansas company that provides quick service (3-7 days) on small binding jobs.

Preserving Books in Your Home Library

This brochure written by Cornell University Library will help you care for your books and offers a list of resources for more information.

Dissertation

If you would like a hardback copy of your thesis or dissertation you can order a bound print copy of your thesis or dissertation with Thesis on Demand.

 

Last updated: 01/16/2014