Book Scanner Preserves Volumes of History in Pittston, Pennsylvania

Posted by admin on Mar 24, 2014

Pittston’s history being preserved for digital access. With the push of a foot pedal and the click of two digital cameras, Mike Lizonitz can preserve Pittston City Council minutes from the early 20th century. “So many people are going to be excited by this,” he said.

He takes books of handwritten meeting minutes, tax assessments and all of the written records of the city to his Hughestown home and places them on the steel and aluminum book scanner in his basement.

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