Preservation Department | Stanford Libraries

Preservation Department

 

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The Preservation department manages the long-term preservation of library collections for use in teaching, research, digital projects, and exhibitions around the world through the integrated work of three units:

Preservation

Oversees all aspects of collections care including, environmental monitoring, integrated pest management, collection assessment, disaster response training, and preservation education.

Binding and Finishing

Processes library materials for circulation and shelving, including bindery services, shelf preparation, and marking.

Conservation Services

Provides conservation treatment, exhibit loan support, assessments, training, and consultation.

Workflows and procedures for Stanford affiliates are available on Consul.
Please contact us for more information about the work we do in support of Stanford University Libraries.

Locations

Preservation Department
557 Escondido Mall
MC: 3105
Stanford, CA 94305


Conservation Services
500 Broadway Street
Redwood City, CA 94063

People

Richenda Brim
Head, Preservation Dept
 
Kristen St. John
Head, Conservation Services
 
Laura M Cameron
Head, Binding & Finishing
 
 
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