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Priceless Photo Preservation is a Michigan-based company made up of professional archivists who formed a professional partnership in 2011. We are now located inside the historic Goodyear Building at 122 South Main Street Suite 110 C,  Ann Arbor, MI, 48104. Our hours are 10-6 weekdays and weekends by appointment.


Rob Hoffman is a former professional journalist for the Ann Arbor News who obtained his master’s from the University of Michigan’s School of Information in 2011. He has worked at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, where he organized the papers of the hall’s primary voting committees, and at the University of Michigan’s Bentley Historical Library, where he put together an Ann Arbor subject guide. In addition, his scholarly paper on the success of the Library of Congress’ Flickr photo stream has been presented at SAA (Society of American Archivists) conferences nationwide.
Eric Hansen is a graduate of University of Michigan’s School of Information. His education includes a Master of Science in Information with a specialization in Archives & Records Management, and an M.F.A. and a B.A. from Western Michigan University. He has completed projects for the University Archives & Special Collections at Grand Valley State University, and takes a particular interest in XML and electronic standards.
Baby Hanna!

Hanna Stelman  is a University of Michigan School of Information graduate who focused on Preservation of Information. Her B.A. is in Cultural Anthropology. She has worked in the University of Michigan’s Map Library, New York’s Paley Center for Media, the University of Michigan’s Preservation and Conservation lab, repairing and rehousing atlases, and the Smithsonian Institution’s Archive helping to safely store and record glass plate negatives. She has a passion for ephemera,such as old advertisements, and thinks preserving the past is great fun.

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  1. Sherry Barrus permalink
    February 3, 2017 5:07 pm

    I just found a “Pepsi Cola” record in my Dad’s things. We no longer have a phonograph player and was wondering what you charge to copy this to a flash drive or MP3 file or CD. I Live in St. George, UT

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