According to the National Archives, 70° Fahrenheit is the preferred temperature that is optimal for the preservation of artifacts in exhibition spaces. It is the degree in which archival materials should be protected for long term conservation. As curators, we assist you with crafting your narrative. We offer archival, preservation, exhibition, design and editing services.
We create and manage archives according to the best practices established by the Society of American Archivists and the Society of California Archivists. We arrange materials and make the digitally accessible using ABBYY® FineReader® Sprint Plus OCR technology.
We use the Getty Research Institute‘s best practices. We facilitate oral history interviews in order to conserve the past according to Oral History Association & Southwest Oral History Association standards. We use California Preservation Foundation guidelines.
We maintain The Chicago Manual of Style, Modern Language Association (MLA), and AP Style Book writing standards. We use Adobe Creative products to produce unique designs. We create new websites for organizations which include social media accounts.
JENNIFER earned her M.A. in Public and Oral History. Her research focused on the WWII home front experiences and the post-war consumer society. As a history consultant, she specializes in archives, exhibition, and digitization using the best practices. She serves as the President for the Southwest Oral History Association. She has been on their board since 2015 and created their news blog with social media accounts. Jennifer serves on the CSUF History Department Alumni Advisory Council.
CINDY earned an M.A. in English. She specialized in creative writing. Her research includes communities and objects. She is currently working on an ongoing community oral history project. As an editor, she uses her literary training to improve popular, trade, and scholarly work. She is a published author. Cindy is the California Delegate of the Southwest Oral History Association.
One of our clients, Moulton Museum, has agreed to contribute Moulton Ranch artifacts and artwork to the new development at Aliso Viejo Ranch. We have partnered with the city and write the interpretive plan for this 7.7 acre historic site. We are excited to work with the Moulton family to establish a museum in 2020 which will include a digitally accessible archive. We are collaborating with a variety of civic, cultural, and historic groups to make this vision possible.