Museum/Corporate Archive Services
For the museum, company, or avid collector, with a wealth of artwork, collectables, and memorabilia, Bob Inge of Inge Preservations can certainly meet the need of preserving these important items for the future. More and more institutions are recognizing the benefit of professionally restoring and preserving their irreplaceable collection of prints, documents, articles and advertising pieces. Many companies have now added museums to their corporate headquarters where employees and visitors can feel a part of the company's heritage by seeing and reading the original information that formed its history.
The state-of-the-art studio at Inge Preservations can accommodate large quantities of paper material. All items are stored flat in enclosed plan file drawers before and after treatment. Because of the extensiveness of most museum and corporate archive collections, Bob often provides a price reduction, depending on the size and scope of the project. He is also sensitive to the time constraints many archivists and collections managers must work within, and strives to complete a project in a timely manner.
Professional, knowledgeable, experienced, dedicated - these are the traits that have earned Bob Inge the reputation for excellence in the field of paper conservation. The curator of a museum or corporate archive collection can have complete confidence that Bob will give the utmost care and the highest quality treatment to the objects with which he is entrusted.