When Jamie Martin, IBM Corporate Archivist, joined IBM’s archives team she was overwhelmed by the sheer amount of “stuff” that a 100-year-old company can accumulate. She wondered how she would begin to get her arms around it all. Then she met the artifact curator and knew things were in good hands. Bill Bucher, an IBMer for nearly half a century, was just the kind of person to care for the countless objects that make up the company’s history and heritage. Behind the walls of the archives and artifact rooms is a world rich with the kind of precise craftsmanship that makes up the legacy of International Business Machines. As the film shows, Bill’s passion and obsession with the art of restoration is infectious and keeps the company’s history of innovation alive in the 21st century.