The Dundas Museum & Archives is the grateful recipient of $14,972.00 from the Government of Canada through the Documentary Heritage Community Partnership program administered by Library and Archives Canada.
This new funding will allow the Museum to continue to provide access to highly used records while preserving the originals. The Museum has already purchased a ScanPro 3000 digital microfilm scanner with funds from the grant. “This is a game changer for us,” says the Museum’s archivist Sandra Kiemele. “We can now retire our fragile paper newspapers and other at-risk documents and use a microfilm copy. But this is not your parents’ microfilm reader! The ScanPro provides the us... [More]