Related resources in Kansas
The Kansas Historical Society relies on these associations, organizations, partners, and industry colleagues for expertise in these areas.
The official website of the state of Kansas
Official website of the Governor
Official website for state of Kansas tourism
Resources on on potentially hazardous materials: Stanford University's Environmental Health & Safety
Kansas speakers bureaus
Resources for speakers and programs on Kansas history: Kansas Humanities Council
Resources and information on travel and tourism resources in Kansas: Kansas Wildlife, Parks & Tourism
China and Glassware
Resources to protect china and glassware from accidents and improper storage techniques:
Documents and photographs
Basic preservation practices for valuable documentary resources family papers and photos, business records, videotapes, and digital materials:
Resources to address main risk factors with historic furniture:
Resources for storing quilts, clothing, needlework, and other antique textiles.
Print resources for preserving family treasures
The Museum Store in Topeka offers the following books:
- Caring For Your Collections, edited by Arthur W. Schultz, National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property (Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 1992).
- Caring For Your Family Treasures, by Jane S. Long and Richard W. Long (Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 2000).
- Handle With Care: Preserving Your Heirlooms, by Nancy Davis (Rochester Museum and Science Center, 1991).
Resources for finding vital statistics in Kansas from 1911 forward: Kansas Department of Health and Environment Vital Statistics