THRAB Presents Free Workshops on Emergency Response and Salvage

Image includes the following text: Registration is now open for free hands-on workshops from THRAB in April: Emergency Response and Salvage is being offered in Fort Worth, Galveston, Beaumont, San Marcos, and Victoria. Sponsored by THRAB with funding provided by the National Historical Records and Publications Commission.
Emergency Response and Salvage workshops

Find a site near you and register now for the Texas Historical Records Advisory Board (THRAB) workshop, Emergency Response and Salvage. Cultural Heritage Preservation Consultant Rebecca Elder presents at multiple locations an all-day, hands-on workshop on recovering collections from disasters. Registrants will be asked to view recordings from previous webinars on emergency planning before attending the on-site workshop. Emergency Response and Salvage will take place at each site from 8:30am – 4:30pm. Further details will be provided to registrants for their selected location. Funding for THRAB provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Space is limited.

Workshop locations and dates:

April 8, 2022           Fort Worth Public Library

April 12, 2022         Rosenberg Library (Galveston)

April 13, 2022         Mary and John Gray Library / Lamar University (Beaumont)

April 15, 2022         Archives and Research Center / Texas State University Library (San Marcos)

April 21, 2022         Victoria Regional History Center – UHV Library / University of Houston – Victoria

Select your site and register by March 31, 2022 here: https://forms.gle/qp2HyPayP3GgSDPYA

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