top of page
Cheryl presents at the Clay County Museum & Historical Society on March 16, 2017.
"Thank you so much for setting us up with the traveling museum and for your presentation about the history of the women in Liberty.... We had a very positive experience with the event and really appreciate you setting up and taking down, presenting for us, and taking the time to make history come alive."
Rev. Nikki Cooley, First Presbyterian Church of Liberty
The Faded Page offers presentations over Stirring Up History and historical women in Clay County, led by author Cheryl McCann.
Cheryl has been engaged by many organizations, including the Daughters of the American Revolution, Mid-Continent Public Library, the Clay County Museum & Historical Society, and Sertoma.
These presentations are completely free and for the educational benefit of the public. Get in touch today to schedule a presentation at your historical group, school, religious organization, or event!
Who needs help with research?
Cheryl offers help with Genealogy research on your family tree as well as for historical backgrounds of people, places and sometimes things for books and articles you might be writing about.
Photo storage a problem?
Let us help you scan, and digitize your photos for you. We can save them to a flash drive or up in the cloud. Professional cleaning of dust and debris before scanning as well as the preservation of original documents in an Acid-Free Archival box can also be included
Call or Email for details and pricing!
The Faded Page has experience preserving and restoring family and local history documents for our research. We are now offering these services for your family history! We can help remove superficial marks, dirt, minor cases of mold, creases from crumpling, folding, and rolling, and help store your documents for the future with archival-quality products.
The Faded Page can help you create beautiful, high-quality versions of family documentation, including letters and photographs.
Cheryl has taken the Fundamentals of Archives Preservation class, offered by the Records and Archives Division of the Office of the Secretary of the State, and the Care and Repair of Documents workshop, presented by the conservation staff of the Local Records Preservation Program.
Get in touch today with inquiries about saving your family's history!
bottom of page