Preservation through Establishing and Managing an Archive

Our Qualifications for this Noble work:
MSLIS Degree with Special Collections Certificate from a Big 10 University in America, and about 2 years experience in archival and collections facilities both government and private/religious, managing collections, other key administrative work, research, and curatorial tasks.

The American Heritage Repository

The “Peoples Archive” for all U.S. Citizens
“Preserving the Whole of American Heritage of which every Citizen is a Part

American Heritage Repository Introduction Video, April 2020

Every citizen is automatically qualified to be a member of the AHR. If you want to support the establishing of this archive with any special one time gifts or sustaining contributions, please go to this Archive’s Gofundme Campaign:

Thank you very, very much, for your support, not for merely my sake, but for preserving the whole of America’s heritage, which is you, your family, and the thousands of communities.

(All) Christian Archive

For all Christians
“Preserving the Whole of Christian Heritage in America and Abroad”

(All) Christian Archive Introduction Video

If you would like to contribute in support of establishing this archive, please go to this Archive’s Gofundme Campaign.
I deeply thank you for your support!

Preservation Services

Two types of services offered:

Consultation (over phone, Skype, or in person)

Preserving actual Structures and individual or family records, Books,  Artifacts, or heirlooms. 


    Initial 10-15 minute free consultation typically over the phone (see number below). Then 30 minute increments (up to 2 hours) of consultation for fee, mutually-agreed upon fee per half-hour (prices may change). You will not be charged for additional off-line time to check or cite sources or further research unless you agree to pay me to do the research on your behalf.

    Every case is unique and every customer is unique. We want to uniquely serve your preservation needs.

   Don’t wait for some natural disaster to destroy your family’s precious historical documents, albums, photos, rare books, etc.  from a tornado,  flood, hurricane, earthquake, or landslide, or for mold or insects to destroy them. Make your free call today!

    Call Pal directly: four zero seven four nine three two two four four

Preserving actual Structures, Artifacts, or Printed materials

    Pal and Al have over 10 years experience painting homes including on and inside historic homes and working to preserve historical structures and artifacts for the state.

    Pal can travel to virtually anywhere in the United States (including Alaska) if the customer is willing to pay for travel costs and perhaps assist in locating temporary lodging.


Submit your quote using the Contact Us form. Summarize your project, what it is, what your goal is, and what your budget may be.

You can do this before or after an initial consultation, which ever you prefer.

Initial Consultation Begins Here

Please read (I will still explain this in the initial free consultation even if you said you read it, because it is important to understand, and we often need to hear or read something more than once before we really grasp it).

Professionally, there are quite distinct differences between all three: Preservation, Restoration, and Conservation by a professional conservator.

Preservation: applying principles, environments and agents to the material to mitigate further decomposition. Nothing can be guaranteed to be preserved forever. But this step is often the best, the most practical, and the least costly step to preserving your structures, equipment, antique tools, heirlooms, archival records, books, artifacts, etc.

Restoration: in the profession, this means to restore the object or structure to its original condition. This often entails much more and is often much more costly

Conservation: There is an overlap in meaning, generally speaking and in literature or discussions for the wider public, with the terms “preservation” and “conservation,” but professionally, it is conservators who are scientists who do conservation services.

    Pal, while working for the state of Florida, was consulted by the state’s Bureau of Cultural Affairs conservator on a mill restoration project and latter got acquainted with how the state’s conservator conserved several Spanish canons and other implements excavated from the beaches and off the coast of Florida in the 1970’s. Though he possesses this knowledge to this day, he is still not qualified to do conservation services and will make no claim to do so (and who does not possess the costly equipment).