Our History

New England Micrographics was started by Paul R. Monahan, Jr. (formerly of Graphic Microfilm of New England—the true pioneers of microfilm). The father of eight children, Paul started his own business in 1980 and went to work servicing the preservation needs of publishers, libraries, museums, municipalities, and private collectors all over New England.

Over the years, New England Micrographics has been featured on the television series Chronicle (2009) and was awarded The Calvin Coolidge Collection (Calvin Coolidge’s rare presidential and gubernatorial documents) in 1992. Their microfilm is used in hundreds of libraries in the United States and their temperature controlled Massachusetts facility currently stores over 3,000 titles and more than 100,000 rolls of film.

Today, New England Micrographics is still family owned and operated and has grown to represent thousands of organizations throughout the world. We are proud to serve each one of our clients and welcome all customers with archival imaging needs.