Ibaraki Network News Letter vol.25

  • A Happy New Year, everyone!

Thank you very much for your great support and cooperation with the rescue activities last year. We would like to continue our rescue operations as much as possible and to ask for your continuous support in this year!


  • We have been offered the temporary holding space!

The Ibaraki Network for Preserving Historical Materials has rescued a large amount of historical materials damaged by the East Japan Earthquake. As a result, the temporary holding space for them had been a serious issue. However, because of the courtesy from the Faculty of Humanities in Ibaraki University which is situated in Mito City, we are allowed to temporary use a room in the university. Simultaneously, the Library of Ibaraki University also offered us a room there. For this reason, we got the space whose location makes it is relatively easy to advertise for voluntary workers. At the same time, because we will be able to carry out various operations there, it brightened our prospects to further our tidying operations for the rescued documents. We would like to express our deepest gratitude for Ibaraki University and the Library.

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About Nerwork for Historical Materials
A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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