Discover complete solutions for your library system – Backstage at ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition, Washington, D.C.

June 14, 2019 – Washington, D.C. will see a convergence of thousands of library professionals next week at the American Library Association Annual Conference & Exhibition June 20-25, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Backstage Library Works will be on the exhibit floor in booth 2833 showcasing it’s expert library services in metadata, automation, digitization, microfilm, inventory, reclassification, and RFID.

Visit with account representatives
Beth Ann Goodwill, Mirage Berry, Moy McIntosh, and Thomas Forsythe to learn how Backstage designs complete project solutions, and enhances library’s capabilities with technology and expertise in imaging, metadata, and physical processing.

Find Backstage in booth 2833 during exhibit hours, or contact us at to set a specific time to meet with one of our expert account representatives.

  • Friday, June 21 5:30pm – 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 22 9:00am – 5:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 23 9:00am – 5:00 p.m.
  • Monday, June 24 9:00am – 2:00 p.m.

Backstage supports the library, archives, and museum community with customized solutions for:

Backstage’s objective is to provide the most technologically advanced, high quality, yet efficient means for delivering professional library services. With over 30 years of experience, the company is known for its expertise in handling complex and unique projects.

In providing services to more than a thousand libraries, large and small, public and private, and in locations across the globe, Backstage has cultivated an understanding of libraries, their mission, their operations, and the challenges they face. Backstage offices are in Provo, Utah, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

To learn how Backstage can help with your next project, call 1.800.288.1265, visit us online at, or send an email to

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History Preserved in Perkasie, Pennsylvania

May 9, 2019 –  What do silk mills, brickyards, cigar manufacturing, baseball stitching, farming, the railroad, and a trolley all have in common? They are part of the unique and colorful history of Perkasie, Pennsylvania.  News of the day included everything from who came to dinner on Friday night to the recent developments of local businesses.

In an effort to preserve this valuable history, the Perkasie Historical Society hired Backstage Library Works to microfilm the fragile newspapers.  Backstage microfilmed the News-Herald  issues dating from 1943 to 2000.

Perkasie news has been an asset to residents and visitors alike.  Watch the fascinating report by Hayden Mitman, Bucks County Reporter for PBS39 News Tonight as he interviews Louise Doll, Vice President of the Perkasie Historical Society, and Richard Doll, Co-Curator of the Perkasie Historical Society.

To view the entire PBS39 News Tonight segment for April 29, 2019, click on the link below.  The Perkasie Historical Society report starts at marker 13:35.

To learn how Backstage can help with your next preservation project, call 1.800.288.1265, visit us online at, or send an email to

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Preserve cultural heritage using powerful technology – Backstage Library Works at MAC 2019

Provo, Utah, April 2, 2019 – Backstage Library Works’ microfilming, digitizing, and cataloging services will be represented at the Midwest Archives Conference in Detroit, Michigan. Visit with Backstage’s Jocelyn Dunlop on April 4th and 5th at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center to learn the essentials of how Backstage processes rare and fragile materials, makes metadata more useful, and creates better access to physical and digital collections. MAC 2019 – Table 12 Continue reading

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Library of Congress renews agreement with Backstage for large-scale microfilming project

BETHLEHEM, Pa., October 30, 2014 – The Preservation Reformatting Division within the Library of Congress has renewed its agreement with Backstage Library Works ( and is moving forward on an extensive microfilming project.  Monographs, serials and other printed works in need of preparation and microfilming will be processed at Backstage’s preservation facility in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.   Continue reading

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Backstage rallies to meet increasing demand for RFID tagging services

PROVO, Utah, February 28, 2014 – Results from recently completed on-site library projects show Backstage Library Works leading the way in domestic and international library support services.  In just twelve months, Backstage has completed Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) labeling projects across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, tagging nearly 3 million items in 37 branch locations. Continue reading

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