Founded in 1973, NEDCC was the first independent conservation laboratory in the nation to specialize exclusively in treating collections made of paper or parchment, such as works of art, photographs, books, documents, maps, and manuscripts. Today, the Center offers conservation treatment, digital imaging, and audio preservation services, as well as preservation training, assessments and consultations, and disaster advice on collections. NEDCC is a trusted resource worldwide for information on the preservation of paper-based and digital collections.
Join cultural heritage organizations, emergency management personnel, and government departments along the Atlantic coast for a hands-on workshop on emergency preparedness and response!Learn More
Join NEDCC online for a comprehensive overview of digital preservation, presented by information professionals with deep experience in the preservation of cultural heritage materials.Learn More
California cultural heritage collections can schedule a free consultation for emergency preparedness assessment with "Ready – Or Not".Learn More
NEDCC specializes in serving town and municipal clerks, providing conservation treatment, digitization, free resources, and professional advice on caring for historic town records.Learn More