Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris Preservation Award

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The Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris Preservation Award (known informally as the Banks/Harris award), is awarded by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS), a division of the American Library Association. The award was established to honor the memory of Paul N. Banks and Carolyn Harris, two early leaders in library preservation. The award consists of a citation and a $1,500 grant, donated by Preservation Technologies, L.P.

The award recognizes the contribution of a professional preservation specialist who has been active in the field of preservation or conservation for library or archival materials.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "WHO'S NEWS". The Gazette. March 31, 2006. p. 7B. 
  2. ^ "Columbia University librarian receives ALA Preservation Award". Information Today. April 1, 2008. 
  3. ^ Wilt, Charles (2012), "Julie Allen Page receives Banks/Harris Award", American Libraries Magazine, Chicago: American Library Association 
  4. ^ Wilt, Charles (2013), "Randy Silverman receives Banks/Harris Preservation Award", American Libraries Magazine, Chicago: American Library Association 
  5. ^ Wilt, Charles (2014), "James Reilly receives Paul Banks and Carolyn Harris Preservation Award", ALA News, Chicago: American Library Association 
  6. ^ Wilt, Charles (2015), "Jeanne Drewes receives Banks-Harris Preservation Award", ALA News, Chicago: American Library Association 

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