In Churchright, Newsletter

From 1863 to the present, the Bible Advocate Press has stored many issues of The Hope of Israel up to the current Bible Advocate. Through the years, the older copies have deteriorated, and this decay continues at a faster rate. As documents published by the BAP age, we’re increasingly seeing a need to better preserve the past and our written history.
Therefore, with the board’s authorization, the BAP recently purchased an archiving machine. The BookEye 4v2 (pictured) has a scanning surface that is 17½” tall and 24” wide, and scans two pages on one pass. The laser sensor keeps the type in focus for clear copies of any document. With this kind of quality, the BAP can preserve its priceless documents for the future.