exhibitorAccessible Archives, Inc.

Accessible Archives provides vast quantities of primary source materials reflecting broad views across 18th and 19th century America. Our 24 fully-searchable databases covering The Revolution, African American Studies, Women’s History, The Civil War, Genealogy and more allow access to the rich archival store of historical and cultural information published in leading books, newspapers and periodicals from Colonial times to the Jazz Age. Accessible Archives is represented by Unlimited Priorities LLC.

exhibitorST Imaging

ST Imaging is a leader of digital microfilm scanners. The ST ViewScan III uses an industry leading color 14 megapixel image sensor with USB3.0 connection to create crisp and clear images from your microfilm collection. Share scans using OCLC ILLiad and Odyssey software as well as FamilySearch, email, Google Drive, Dropbox, thumb drive, network folder or printer. The ST600 Overhead Book Scanner, designed specifically for library patrons makes scanning easy as 1, 2, 3! Learn more at the booth!

exhibitorOrange County Library System

EPOCH (Electronically Preserving Obituaries as Cultural Heritage) is an innovative project for preserving local legacies by engaging the community to create detailed tributes that include digital memorabilia. Created with an IMLS grant, EPOCH is a free resource. Stop by to find out how you can bring EPOCH to your community.

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