IFLA Core Programme
Preservation and Conservation

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

Care, Handling, and Storage of Photographs
Bibliography

(see also)
INFORMATION LEAFLET
STANDARDS
SUPPLIES

Adelstein, Peter Z. History and Properties of Film Supports. In Proceedings of Conservation in Archives, International Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 0-12, 1988, 89-101. Paris: International Council on Archives, 1989.

Adelstein, Peter Z., Reilly, James M., Nishimura, Douglas W. and Erbland, C. Humidity Dependence of Deterioration in Acetate and Nitrate Base Films. Paper presented at the 132nd SMPTE Technical Conference and Equipment Exhibit, October 13-17, 1990. New York: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. In Press.

Albright, Gary. Which Envelope? Selecting Storage Enclosures for Photographs. Picturescope 31 (4): 111-113 (1985).

Albright E. Flood Aftermath: the Preservation of Water-Damaged Photographs. Topics in Photo-graphic Preservation 3: 9-11 (1989). (Available from the American Institute for Conservation of Historical and Artistic Works, 1400 Sixteenth St., Suite 340, Washington, DC 20036).

Brown, Margaret R. Boxes for the Protection of Rare Books: Their Design and Construction. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1982.

Canadian Conservation Institute. Notes. There are eight notes that pertain to photograph care:

     # 2/5  Using a Camera to Measure Light Levels.
     #15/3  Display and Storage of Museum Objects Containing
            Cellulose Nitrate.
     #16/1  Care of Encased Photographic Images
     #16/2  Care of Black and White Photographic Glass Plate
            Negatives.
     #16/3  Care of Black and White Photographic Negatives and
            Film.
     #16/4  Care of Black and White Photographic Prints.
     #16/5  Care of Photographic Materials.
     #16/6  Processing Contemporary Black and White Photographic
            Films and Paper.

     (Available from the Canadian Conservation Institute, 1030
     Innes Rd., Ottawa, Canada K1A 0M8).

Cartier-Bresson, Anne F. Les Papier Salès: Alteration et Restauration des Premieres Photographies sur Papier. Paris: Direction des Affaires Culturelles de la Ville de Paris, 1984.

Clapp, Anne F. Curatorial Care of Works of Art on Paper. New York: Nick Lyons Books, 1987.

Coe, B. and Haworth-Booth, M.A. A Guide to Early Photographic Processes. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1983.

Eastman Kodak Company. The Book of Film Care. (Kodak Publication H-23). Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak Company, 1983.

Gillet, Martine; Garnier, Chantal; and Flieder, Françoise. Influence de l'Environment sur la Conservation des Documents Modernes. In Les Documents Graphiques et Photographiques: Analyse et Conservation: 93-109. Paris: Editions de Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1981.

Hendriks, Klaus B. and Whitehurst, Anne. Conservation of Photographic Materials: a Basic Reading List. Ottawa, Ontario: National Archives of Canada, 1988.

Hendriks, Klaus B. Storage and Handling of Photographic Materials. In Preservation of Library Materials, a Conference Held at the National Library of Austria, April 7- 10, 1986, edited by Merrily Smith: vol. 2, 55-66. München: Saur, 1987.

Hendriks, Klaus B. and Lesser, B. Disaster Preparedness and Recovery: Photographic Materials. American Archivist 46 (1): 52-68 (Winter 1983).

Hendriks, Klaus B. The Stability and Preservation of Recorded Images. In Imaging Processes and Materials, Neblettes 8th ed., edited by John Sturge, Vivian Walworth, and Allan Shepp: 637-684. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1989.

Horvath, David. The Acetate Negative Survey: Final Report. Topics in Photographic Preservation 2: 25-39 (1988).

Keefe, Lawrence E., Jr., and Inch, Dennis. The Life of a Photograph: Archival Processing, Matting, Framing, and Storage. Boston, London: Focal Press, 1984.

Kennedy, Nora and Mustardo, Peter. Current Issues in the Preservation of Photographs. AB Bookman's Weekly 83 (17): 1773-1783 (April 24, 1989).

Krause, Peter. Properties and Stability of Color Photographs. In Proceedings of Conservation in Archives, International Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 10 -12, 1988: 129-136. Paris:

International Council on Archives, 1989.

McCabe, Constance. Glass Plate Negatives: The Importance of Relative Humidity in Storage. In Preprints/Proceedings from the ARSAG Conference: Sauvegarde et Conservation de Photographies, Dessins, Imprimes et Manuscrits; Actes des Journèes Internationales d'Etudes de L'ARSAG, 1991 (Sept. 30-Oct. 3). (Available from Association pour la Recherche Scientifique sur Les Arts Graphiques (ARSAG), 36 rue Geoffroy St. Hilaire, 75005 Paris FRANCE).

McCabe, Constance. Preservation of 19th-Century Negatives at the National Archives. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 30 (1): 41-73 (Spring 1991).

Nadeau, Luis. Encyclopedia of Printing, Photographic and Photomechanical Processes. Vols. 1 and 2. New Brunswick, Canada: 1989.

National Research Council. Preservation of Historical Records. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1986.

Norris, Debbie Hess. The Proper Storage and Display of a Photographic Collection. Picturescope 30 (1): 34-37 (Spring 1982).

Photographic Preservation and the Research Library, edited by Jennifer Porro. Mountain, View, CA: Research Libraries Group, 1991.

Pioneers of Photography, Their Achievements in Science and Technology, edited by Eugene Ostroff. Springfield, VA: SPSE- Society for Imaging Science and Technology, 1987.

Puglia, Steven T. Negative Duplication: Evaluating the Reproduction and Preservation Needs of Collections. Topics in Photographic Preservation 3: 123-134 (1989).

Reilly, James M. Care and Identification of 19th-Century Photographic Prints. (Kodak Publication G-2S). Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak Company, 1986.

Reilly, James M., Nishimura, Douglas W., Pavaþ, Luis and Adelstein, Peter Z. Photo Enclosures: Research and Specifications. Restaurator 10 (3/4): 102-111 (1989).

Rempel, Siegfried. The Care of Photographs. New York: Nick Lyons Books, 1987.

Rempel, Siegfried. Cold and Cool Environments for the Storage of Historic and Photographic Materials. Conservation Administration News No. 38: 6-7 (July 1989).

Ritzenthaler, Mary Lynn, Munoff, Gerald J., and Long, Margery S. Archives and Manuscripts: Administration of Photographic Collections. (SAA Basic Manual Series). Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1984.

Romer, Grant B. Can We Afford to Exhibit Our Valued Photographs? Picturescope 32: 136-137 (1987).

Saretzky, Gary D. Recent Photographic Conservation and Preservation Literature. Picturescope 32: 117-132 (1987).

Severson, Douglas G. The Effects of Exhibition on Photographs. Picturescope 32: 133-135 (1987).

Thomson, Garry. The Museum Environment, 2nd ed. Boston: Butterworths, 1986.

Wilhelm, Henry. Color Print Instability. Modern Photography 43 (2) (February 1979).

Wilhelm, Henry. Going, going, gone. Popular Photography June 1990: 37-49.

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