“Don't throw away historical materials dirty with water and mud,” a group of researchers called for 15:27 on October 15
The “Historical Resource Network”, which is in the process of rescuing cultural assets damaged by disasters, keeps historical materials such as old documents stained with water and mud without throwing them away for those affected by Typhoon # 19. If you don't know how to do it, we ask you to consult.
The “Historical Resource Network” is a group of historical researchers, etc. that was established in the wake of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, and is involved in rescue activities for cultural assets that have been damaged in various places such as the Great East Japan Earthquake and the heavy rain in West Japan.
History document such as old documents and photographs, old bran and farm tools is sent to the homepage after receiving the message “Request for preservation of historical materials” on the homepage following the damage of Typhoon No.19. We are calling for you to keep it without throwing it away.
In this, paper materials stained with water or mud may have deteriorated, such as mold, but it may be possible to repair them with appropriate measures. I would like you to consult with the “History Resource Network”.
The historical material network said, “I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to the victims. If there are no old documents or records that have been passed down for a long time, the history of the region cannot be passed on to future generations. I would appreciate your cooperation in the preservation of historical materials. "