The Remigio Crespo Museum, through the management of its owner, Mr. Rene Cardoso, has created a digitalization lab that is open to the public. With this lab, Mr. Cardoso has reported that they have integrated close to 2,900 documents to the digital archive. Among some of these digitalized files are 52 books from the historic Town Hall documents; scriptures, certificates, diplomas, letters from authorities and more. The entire purpose of this digitalization is to be able to protect art and historical pieces, while at the same time making all of the information available to researchers and students. Mr. Cardoso stated…
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