July 29, 2019 – How would global access change the way your collections are used? How do you ensure access for 500 years into the future?
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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.
PROVO, Utah, November 1, 2018 –– Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce that Mirage Berry has been appointed as account representative for the sales team representing cataloging, digitization, microfilm, authority control, reclassification, data conversion and on-site services. Continue reading →
PROVO, Utah, April 30, 2018 — The Big Ten Academic Alliance (www.btaa.org)and Backstage Library Works(www.bslw.com) have teamed up to provide BTAA member institutions with a special discount on Backstage services. Continue reading →
PROVO, Utah, August 9, 2017 –– Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) is pleased to announce that Theresa Kidd has joined its sales team representing cataloging, digitization, microfilm, authority control, reclassification, data conversion and on-site services. Theresa will work with libraries in the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, the United Kingdom, Ireland and continental Europe. Continue reading →
BETHLEHEM, Pa., December 1, 2015 – After 20 successful years, Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) and Center for Research Libraries (CRL) are continuing to work together to preserve historically important documentation and newspapers from Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, Latin America and Slavic East Europe. This milestone is the result of Backstage’s and CRL’s commitment to ensure the long-term accessibility of historically important materials. When stored properly, preservation microfilm has a shelf life of 500 years and can easily be converted into digital files for access by future generations, regardless of changes in technology. Continue reading →
BETHLEHEM, Pa., October 30, 2014 – The Preservation Reformatting Division within the Library of Congress has renewed its agreement with Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) 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 →