Job Responsibilities Under general supervision, preserves and conserves historic public records following established preservation and conservation techniques, treatments and procedures; assists in creating and maintaining intellectual control of permanent records of state agencies and local government subdivisions that have been transferred to the state archives; and provides reference assistance to researchers and government officials.
  • Restores and preserves disintegrating public records by performing a variety of paper conservation tasks including surface cleaning, humidification, flattening, repair with Japanese tissue and heat set tissue, removal of pressure sensitive tapes, reduction of stains, solubility testing, media stabilization, washing, deacidification and buff

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