Material Published by the Members of the Library of Congress Preservation Directorate: A Bibliography

Compiled by Carole Zimmerman
Library of Congress
Preservation Directorate
Washington, D.C.
1993

Introduction

This bibliography was intended originally to serve as an in-house resource to keep staff members informed about each others' preservation activities. Also, it addresses the need for a comprehensive, up-to-date list of staff publications to use when responding to inquiries about work that has been or is being conducted by members of the Preservation Directorate. Because of interest shown by the preservation community in sharing information and resources, we are making this bibliography available to a larger audience. We hope that others will find it useful.


1.
Albro, Sylvia Rodgers and Thomas C. Albro.  The Examination and
     Conservation Treatment of the Library of Congress Harkness
     1531 Huejotzingo Codex.  Journal of the American Institute for
     Conservation 29 (2): 97-115 (Fall 1990).

2.
Albro, Sylvia Rodgers and Thomas C. Albro.  The Examination and
     Conservation Treatment of the Library of Congress Harkness
     1531 Huejotzingo Codex.  In Preprints of Papers Presented at
     the Sixteenth Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1-
     5, 1988, 148-160.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1988.

3.
Albro, Thomas C.  Books and Their Enemies: Caring for Your Library.
     Washington Post, Book World, February 21, 1988: 6.

4.
Albro, Thomas C.  The Conservation of Rare Books at the Library of
     Congress.  In Abstracts of Papers Presented at the Eighteenth
     Annual Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, May 29-June 3, 1990, 11-
     12.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation of
     Historic and Artistic Works, 1990.

5.
Ash, Nancy, compiler.  Media Problems.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 3.  2nd ed.  LC staff members contributing to
     this chapter: Karen Garlick.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,
     Book and Paper Group, 1985.

6.
Asociación par la Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural de las
     Americas.  Apoyo, edited by Amparo R. de Torres and Ann
     Seibert.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mayo 1990)-   Washington, D.C.: 1990-

7.
Barger, M. Susan.  Characterization of Deterioration in Glassplate
     Negatives.  In Printing of Transcript Summaries, Second
     International Symposium: the Stability and Preservation of
     Photographic Images, August 25-28, 1985, 134-147.  Society of
     Photographic Scientists and Engineers, 1985.

8.
Barger, M. Susan and Thomas T. Hill.  Thiourea and Ammonium
     Thiosulfate Treatments for the Removal of "Silvering" from
     Aged Negative Materials.  Journal of Imaging Technology 14
     (2): 43-46 (April 1988).

9.
Bertalan, Sarah and Hugh Phibbs, compilers.  Matting and Framing.
     In Paper Conservation Catalog, Chap. 40.  5th ed.  LC staff
     members contributing to this chapter: Margaret Brown and Sarah
     Melching.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper
     Group, 1988.

10.
Brown, Margaret.  Boxes for the Protection of Rare Books.
     Washington, D.C.: Preservation Office, Research Services,
     Library of Congress, 1982.

11.
Burns, T. and K. Potje.  Support Problems.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 4.  7th ed.  LC staff members contributing to
     this chapter: Michele Hamill and Jesse Munn.  Washington,
     D.C.: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and
     Artistic Works, Book and Paper Group, 1990.

12.
Carlson, Lage E.  Conservation Training in North America.  In
     Preprints: 7th International Congress of Restorers of Graphic
     Art, 26th-30th August 1991, Uppsala/Sweden, edited by K. Jonas
     Palm and Mogens S. Koch.  [Hamburg, Germany]: Internationale
     Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Archiv- Bibliotheks- und
     Graphikrestauratoren (IADA), 1991.

13.
Couch, Randall, compiler.  Neutralization and Alkalization.  In
     Paper Conservation Catalog, Chap. 20.  2nd ed.  LC staff
     members contributing to this chapter: Peter G. Sparks.
     Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation of
     Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper Group, 1985.

14.
Darragh, David W.  Deacidification of Brittle Manuscripts and
     Documents.  Restaurator 2 (3-4): 179-84 (1978).

15.
Dirda, Marian Peck.  The Code of Ethics and Manuscript and Archival
     Conservation.  Book and Paper Group Annual 4: 118-121 (1985).

16.
Duhl, Susan and Nancy Nitzberg.  Surface Cleaning.  In  Paper
     Conservation Catalog, Chap. 14.  8th ed.  LC staff members
     contributing to this chapter: Barbara Meier-Husby, Jesse Munn,
     Sarah Wagner.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper
     Group, 1992.

17.
Fischer, Audrey and Tamara Swora.  Library of Congress Optical Disk
     Pilot Program, Optical Disk Print Pilot Project.  Washington,
     D.C.: Library of Congress, 1986.

18.
Fischer, Audrey.  Optical and Videodisc Technology.  Library Hi
     Tech Bibliography 2: 105-112 (1987).

19.
Fischer, Audrey.  The Optical Disk Print Pilot Program at the
     Library of Congress.  In Automation at the Library of
     Congress, edited by Suzanne E. Thorin, 41-43.  Washington,
     D.C.: Library of Congress Professional Association, 1986.

20.
Futernick, Robert and Debra Evans, compilers.  Filling of Losses.
     In Paper Conservation Catalog, Chap. 26.  4th ed.  LC staff
     members contributing to this chapter: Sylvia Rodgers.
     Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation of
     Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper Group, 1987.

21.
Futscher, Joan M.  Preservation Microfilming: Bibliography.
     Washington, D.C.: IFLA PAC, National Preservation Program
     Office, Library of Congress, 1988.

22.
Garlick, Karen.  A Brief Review of the History of Sizing and
     Resizing.  Book and Paper Group Annual 5: 94-107 (1986).

23.
Garlick, Karen, and Merrily A. Smith.  Materials at Risk.  [A-V
     program]  Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress; National
     Archives and Records Administration; and National Endowment
     for the Humanities, 1990.

24.
Gould, Barbara.  The Removal of Secondary Supports from Works of
     Art on Paper.  Book and Paper Group Annual 6: 52-64 (1987).

25.
Hamburg, Doris A.  Conservation of a Fifteenth Century Manuscript.
     Golden Thread 2 (1): 2-3 (Spring 1991).

26.
Hamburg, Doris, van der Reyden, Diane and Tim Vitale, compilers.
     Humidification.  In Paper Conservation Catalog, Chap. 22.
     [1st ed.]  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper
     Group, 1984.

27.
Hamburg, Doris A.  Library and Archival Collections.  In Caring for
     Your Collections, 52-63.  New York: Abrams, 1992.

28.
Hamburg, Doris A.  Need for Photos and the Written Word.  AIC
     Newsletter 15 (6): 4 (November 1990).

29.
Hamburg, Doris A.  Paper Conservation Catalog.  In Preprints of
     Papers Presented at the Sixteenth Annual Meeting, New Orleans,
     Louisiana, June 1-5, 1988, 218-221.  Washington, D.C.:
     American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic
     Works, 1988.

30.
Hamburg, Doris A.  Public Outreach Report.  AIC News 17 (2): 7
     (March 1992).

31.
Hamburg, Doris A.  The Washington Haggadah, a Conservator's
     Perspective.  In The Washington Haggadah, edited by Myron M.
     Weinstein, 173-195.  Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress,
     1991.

32.
Hamburg, Doris A.  The Washington Haggadah: Conservation of a
     Fifteenth Century Vellum Manuscript.  In Abstracts of Papers
     Presented at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio,
     May 31-June 4, 1989, 5-6.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Institute for Historic and Artistic Works, 1989.

33.
Harris, Kenneth E. [et al.]  Funding Preservation Programs in ARL
     Libraries: Strategies for the 1990's, Discussion.  In Minutes
     of the 119th Meeting, October 1991, Washington, DC, 45-48.
     Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, 1992.

34.
Harris, Kenneth E.  The Future of [the Library of] Congress' Mass
     Deacidification Plans.  In Minutes of the 119th Meeting,
     October 1991, Washington, DC, 42-44.  Washington, D.C.:
     Association of Research Libraries, 1992.

35.
Harris, Kenneth E.  Preservation and the Library of Congress in the
     1990's.  New Library Scene 9 (6): 8-15 (December 1990).

36.
Hengemihle, Frank H., Lindsey, Norris, and Chandru J. Shahani.
     Accelerated Aging of Paper Within Plastic Film Envelopes and
     Cardboard Boxes.  In Abstracts of Papers Presented at the
     Seventeenth Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 31-June 4,
     1989, 59-60.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Historic and Artistic Works, 1989.

37.
Henry, Walter, compiler.  Sizing/Resizing.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 17.  5th ed.  LC staff contributing to this
     chapter: Sylvia Rodgers Albro, Thomas Albro, Karen Garlick,
     Doris Hamburg (liaison), Barbara Meier-James, Jesse Munn.
     Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation of
     Historic and Artistic Works, Book and Paper Group, 1988.

38.
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
     (IFLA).  Core Programme on Preservation and Conservation.
     International Preservation News, edited by Merrily Smith.  No.
     1 (September 1987) to No. 4 (August 1990).  Washington, D.C.:
     Library of Congress, National Preservation Program Office,
     1987-1990.  (From No. 5 (December 1992)-   Paris:
     Bibliothèque Nationale/Direction Technique, IFLA PAC
     International Center, 1992-  )

39.
Kelly, George B.  Composition for Use in Deacidification of Paper.
     United States Patent (#3,939,091) Feb. 17, 1976.

40.
Kelly, George B. and John C. Williams.  Inhibition of Light
     Sensitivity of Papers Treated With Diethyl Zinc.  In
     Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic
     Value II, edited by John C. Williams, 109-117.  Advances in
     Chemistry Series, no. 193.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Chemical Society, 1981.

41.
Kelly, George B.  Mass Deacidification.  In Preservation of Library
     Materials, edited by Joyce R. Russell, 59-70.  New York, N.Y.:
     Special Libraries Association, 1980.

42.
Kelly, George B.  Mass Deacidification with Diethyl Zinc.  Library
     Scene 9 (3): 6-7 (September 1980).

43.
Kelly, George B. and John C. Williams.  Mass Deacidification with
     Diethyl Zinc, Large-scale Trials.  In Preprints of Papers
     Presented at the Sixth Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, Texas, 1-4
     June 1978, 81-92.  Washington, D.C.: American Institute for
     Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1979.

44.
Kelly, George.B., Tang, Lucia C., and Marta K. Krasnow.
     Methylmagnesium  Carbonate--an Improved Nonaqueous
     Deacidification Agent.  In Preservation of Paper and Textiles
     of Historic and Artistic Value, edited by John C. Williams,
     62-71.  Advances in Chemistry Series, no. 164.  Washington,
     D.C.: American Chemical Society, 1977.

45.
Kelly, George B. and Stanley Fowler.  Penetration and Placement of
     Alkaline Compounds in Solution-deacidified Paper.  Journal of
     the American Institute for Conservation 17 (2): 33-43 (1978).

46.
Kelly, George B.  Practical Aspects of Deacidification.  Bulletin
     of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and
     Artistic Works 13 (1): 16-28 (October 1972).

47.
Kelly, George B. and Norman Weberg.  Specifications and Methods of
     Test for Alkaline Papers.  In 1981 Papermakers Conference, 71-
     76.  Atlanta, Ga.: TAPPI Press, 1981.

48.
Kelly, George B., Williams, John C., Mendenhall, G.D. and C.A.
     Oagle.  The Use of Chemiluminescence in the Study of Paper
     Permanence.  In Durability of Macromolecular Materials, edited
     by R.K. Elby, 117-125.  ACS Symposium Series, no 95.
     Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society, 1979.

49.
Library of Congress.  Making Today's Books Last: Vapor-phase
     Deacidification at the Library of Congress.  Washington, D.C.,
     1985.

50.
Library of Congress.  Newspaper and Gazette Report, edited by Imre
     T. Jármy.  [Vol. 4], no. 1- Vol. 6, no. 3.  Washington, D.C.,
     1976-1978.

51.
Library of Congress.  Director for Preservation.  Administrative
     Department.  Selected References in the Literature of
     Conservation.  Preservation Leaflet, 1.  Washington, D.C.,
     1975.

52.
Library of Congress.  Director for Preservation.  Administrative
     Department.  Environmental Protection of Books and Related
     Materials.  Preservation Leaflet, 2.  Washington, D.C., 1975.

53.
Library of Congress.  Director for Preservation.  Administrative
     Department.  Preserving Leather Bookbindings.  Preservation
     Leaflet, 3.  Washington, D.C., 1975.

54.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.
     National Preservation News, edited by Carolyn Clark Morrow,
     Merrily A. Smith, contributing editor.  Nos. 1-8.  Washington,
     D.C., 1985-1987.

55.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.
     Preservation of Library Materials: First Sources.
     Preservation Leaflet, 1 (Rev.).  Washington, D.C., 1982.

56.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.  Paper
     and Its Preservation: Environmental Controls.  Preservation
     Leaflet, 2 (Rev.).  Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress,
     Preservation Office, 1983.

57.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.
     Marking Paper Manuscripts.  Preservation Leaflet, 4 (Rev.).
     Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Preservation Office,
     1983.

58.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.
     Newsprint and its Preservation.  Preservation Leaflet, 5
     (Rev.).  Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Preservation
     Office, 1981.

59.
Library of Congress.  National Preservation Program Office.
     Audiovisual Resources for Preserving Library and Archival
     Materials.  Preservation Leaflet, 6.  Washington, D.C.:
     Library of Congress, Preservation Office, 1983.

60.
LLibrary of Congress.  Preservation Office.  A National Preservation
     Program: Proceedings of the Planning Conference.  Washington,
     D.C., 1980.

61.
Library of Congress.  Preservation Office.  Research Services.
     Polyester Film Encapsulation.  Washington, D.C.: Library of
     Congress, 1980.

62.
Manns, Basil and Lou Sharpe, II.  Document Understanding Using
     Layout Styles of Title Page Images.  In Machine Vision
     Applications in Character Recognition and Industrial
     Inspection, edited by Donald D'Amato, Wolfe-Ekke Blanz, Byron
     Dom, 50-61.   Proceedings/SPIE--the International Society for
     Optical Engineering, no. 1661.  Bellingham, WA: SPIE, the
     International Society for Optical Engineering, 1992.

63.
Manns, Basil.  The Electronic Document Image Preservation Format.
     In Preservation of Electronic Formats and Electronic Formats
     for Preservation, edited by Janice Mohlhenrich, 63-81.  Fort
     Atkinson, Wis.: Highsmith Press, 1993.

64.
Manns, Basil.  New Technology Requires Rethinking Storage Needs.
     Government Computer News 6 (6): 38 (March 27, 1987).

65.
Manns, Basil.  Optical Disk Encompasses Competing Technologies.
     Government Computer News 6 (6): 40 (March 27, 1987).

66.
Manns, Basil.  Optical Disk Testing Systems.  In Optical Mass Data
     Storage II, edited by Robert Freese, Maarten DeHaan, and
     Albert A. Jamberdino, 306-309.  Proceedings of the SPIE, vol.
     695.  Bellingham, Wash.: SPIE--the International Society for
     Optical Engineering, 1986.

67.
Manns, Basil.  Status of the Library of Congress Document Storage
     and Retrieval System.  In Optical Information Systems '88,
     edited by Judith Paris Roth, 132-135.  Westport, CT: Meckler,
     1988.

68.
McComb, Robert E. and John C. Williams.  The Value of Alkaline
     Papers for Recycling.  TAPPI 64 (4): 93-96 (April 1981).  Also
     in 1981 Papermakers Conference, 65-70.  Atlanta, Ga.: TAPPI
     Press, 1981.

69.
Mendenhall, G.D., Kelly, George B. and John C. Williams.  The
     Application of Several Empirical Equations to Describe the
     Change of Properties of Paper on Accelerated Aging.  In
     Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic
     Value II, edited by John C. Williams, 177-188.  Advances in
     Chemistry Series, no. 193.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Chemical Society, 1981.

70.
Meier-James, Barbara.  Modification of a Basic Polyester Post
     Binding.  Book and Paper Group Annual 2: 62-65 (1983).

71.
Mohr, Pauline, compiler.  Backing Removal.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 24.  2nd ed.  LC staff members contributing to
     this chapter: Doris Hamburg.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,
     Book and Paper Group, 1985.

72.
Munn, Jesse.  Examination and Treatment of Vellum.  In Recent
     Advances in Leather Conservation, 16-19.  Washington, D.C.:
     Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of
     Historic and Artistic Works, 1985.

73.
Munn, Jesse.  Renaissance of Linen/Flax Paper.  Hand Papermaking 1
     (1): 10-12 (Spring 1986).

74.
Munn, Jesse.  Thoughts on Western Papermaking.  Fine Print 9 (3):
     99+ (July 1983).

75.
Munn, Jesse.  Treatment Techniques for the Vellum Covered Furniture
     of Carlo Bugatti.  Book and Paper Group Annual 8: 27-38
     (1989).  Also appears in Wooden Artifacts Postprints (1988).

76.
Oldham, Jan Merrill and Merrily Smith, editors.  The Library
     Preservation Program, Chicago, Ill.: American Library
     Association, 1985.

77.
O'Loughlin, Elissa and Linda Stiber.  A Closer Look at Pressure-
     Sensitive Adhesive Tapes.  In Conference Papers Manchester
     1992, 280-287.  Worcester, England: Institute of Paper
     Conservation, 1992.

78.
O'Loughlin, Elissa and Linda Stiber.  Hinge, Tape and Adhesive
     Removal.  In  Paper Conservation Catalog, Chap. 15.  8th ed.
     LC staff members contributing to this chapter: Sylvia R.
     Albro, Barbara Meier-Husby.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,
     Book and Paper Group, 1992.

79.
Owen, Antoinette, compiler.  Lining.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 45.  5th ed.  LC staff members contributing to
     this chapter: Sylvia Rodgers.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,
     Book and Paper Group, 1988.

80.
Poole, Frazer G.  Some Aspects of the Conservation Problems in
     Archives.   American Archivist 40 (2): 163-171 (April 1977).

81.
Roberts, Matt and Don Etherington.  Bookbinding and the
     Conservation of Books. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress,
     1982.

82.
Roberts, Matt.  Electronic Security in Dollars & Cents.  Library
     Security 1 (1): 1-3 (January 1975).

83.
Roberts, Matt.  The Role of the Librarian in the Binding Process.
     Special Libraries 62 (10): 413-420 (October 1971).

84.
Robinson, Lawrence S.  Establishing a Preservation Microfilming
     Program: the Library of Congress Experience.  Microform Review
     13 (4): 239-244 (Fall 1984).

85.
Robinson, Lawrence S.  Preservation of Non-print Materials.
     Oklahoma Librarian 30 (4): 26-35 (October 1980).

86.
Rodgers, Sylvia, compiler.  Consolidation/Fixing/Facing.  In Paper
     Conservation Catalog, Chap. 23.  5th ed.  LC staff members
     contributing to this chapter:  Doris Hamburg, Sarah Melching,
     Jesse Munn, Frances Prichett, Ann Seibert.  Washington, D.C.:
     American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic
     Works, Book and Paper Group, 1988.

87.
Rodgers, Sylvia.  A Method for Temporarily Facing a Varnished Map
     During Aqueous Conservation Treatment.  Book and Paper Group
     Annual 4: 89-93 (1985).

88.
Roosa, Mark, with Sarah Wagner, technical editor, Carrie Beyer,
     production manager, and Merrily Smith, managing editor.  Care,
     Handling, and Storage of Photographs.  Washington, D.C.:
     International Federation of Library Associations and
     Institutions, Core Programme, Preservation and Conservation,
     1992.

89.
Rose, Carolyn L. and Amparo R. de Torres.  Storage of Natural
     History Collections.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Society for the
     Preservation of Natural History Collections, 1992.

90.
Ruzicka, Glen.  Polyester Encapsulation in Signatures.  Book and
     Paper Group Annual 2: 88-94 (1983).

91.
Ruzicka, Glen.  Rare Book Conservation at the Library of Congress.
     In Recent Advances in Leather Conservation, 84-86.
     Washington, D.C.:  Foundation of the American Institute for
     Conservation, 1984.

92.
Sclawy, Adrian and John C. Williams.  The Demand For Alkaline
     Permanent Paper.  In 1981 Papermakers Conference, 85-88.
     Atlanta, Ga.: TAPPI Press, 1981.

93.
Sclawy, Adrian.  The Effects of Varying Relative Humidity
     Conditions on the Folding Endurance of Aging Paper Samples.
     In Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic
     value II, edited by John C. Williams, 217-222.  Advances in
     Chemistry Series, no. 193.  Washington, D.C.: American
     Chemical Society, 1981.

94.
Sclawy, Adrian and Frederic M. Stiner, Jr.  How Long Will the
     Working Papers in Your Files Last?  Journal of Accounting,
     Auditing & Finance 4 (3): 265-269 (Spring 1981).

95.
Sclawy, Adrian.  Method for Preparing Leather for Slurrying.  Abbey
     Newsletter  5 (2): 21-22 (April 1981).

96.
Sebera, Donald K.  Diethyl Zinc Mass Deacidification of Library
     Materials - Recent Pilot Plant Results.  In Abstracts of
     Papers, 196th ACS National Meeting, Los Angeles, California,
     September 25-30, 1988, (p.) CELL. 0054.  Washington: American
     Chemical Society, 1988.

97.
Sebera, Donald K.  The Effects of Strengthening and Deacidification
     on Paper Permanence: Part. 1--Some Fundamental Considerations.
     Book and Paper Group Annual 9: 65-117 (1990).

98.
Sebera, Donald K.  A Graphical Representation of the Relationship
     of Environmental Conditions to the Permanence of Hygroscopic
     Materials and Composites.  In Proceedings of Conservation in
     Archives, International Symposium, Ottawa, Canada, May 10-12,
     1988, 51-75.  Paris: International Council on Archives, 1989.

99.
Sebera, Donald K.  The Impact of the Environment.  In Managing the
     Preservation of Serial Literature, edited by Merrily A. Smith,
     47-65.  IFLA Publications, 57.  Munich: Saur, 1992.

100.
Sebera, Donald K. and Peter G. Sparks.  The Library of Congress DEZ
     Gas Diffusion Deacidification Process.  In Paper Preservation,
     edited by Philip Luner, 116-121.  Atlanta, Ga.: TAPPI Press,
     1990.

101.
Shahani, Chandru and Robert McComb.  A Clarification on
     Specifications for Archival Paper.  Tappi Journal 70 (9): 128
     (September 1987).

102.
Shahani, Chandru, Hengemihle, Frank and Norman Weberg.  Effect of
     Alkaline Reserve Content on the Permanence of Paper.  In
     Abstracts of Papers, 196th ACS National Meeting, Los Angeles,
     California, September 25-30, 1988, (p.) CELL. 0055.
     Washington: American Chemical Society, 1988.

103.
Shahani, Chandru and Frank Hengemihle.  Effect of Some
     Deacidification Agents on Copper-catalyzed Degradation of
     Paper.  In Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works on
     Paper, edited by Helen D. Burgess, Sherry Guild, and David
     Tremain.  Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Conservation Institute.
     Publication due in late 1993.

104.
Shahani, Chandru, Hengemihle, Frank and Norman Weberg.  The Effect
     of Variations in Relative Humidity on the Accelerated Aging of
     Paper.  In Historic Textile and Paper Materials II, edited by
     S. Haig Zeronian and Howard L. Needles, 63-80.  ACS Symposium
     Series, no. 410.  Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society,
     1989.

105.
Shahani, Chandru and Frank Hengemihle.  The Influence of Copper and
     Iron on the Permanence of Paper.  In Historic Textile and
     Paper Materials, edited by Howard L. Needles and S. Haig
     Zeronian, 387-410.  Advances in Chemistry Series, no. 212.
     Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society, 1986.

106.
Shahani, Chandru.  Letter to the Editor [Re: Encapsulation Research
     at the Library of Congress].  Abbey Newsletter 10 (2):20
     (April 1986).

107.
Shahani, Chandru.  Options in Polyester Encapsulation.
     Conservation Notes Section.  ACA Bulletin (Association of
     Canadian Archivists) 11 (1): 20 (September 1986).

108.
Shahani, Chandru, Hengemihle, Frank and Norman Weberg.  Options in
     Preservation of Library and Archive Collections.   In Planning
     Modernization and Preservation Programmes for South Asian
     Libraries.  Calcutta: National Library, Government of
     Calcutta, 1992.

109.
Shahani, Chandru and William K. Wilson.  Preservation of Libraries
     and Archives.  American Scientist 75: 240-251 (May-June 1987).

110.
Shahani, Chandru.  Preservation Research at the Library of
     Congress.  In Directory: Information Sources on Scientific
     Research Related to the Preservation of Books, Paper, and
     Adhesives, 19-28.  Washington, D.C.: Commission on
     Preservation and Access, 1990.

111.
Smith, Christine [et al.]  Adhesives.  In Paper Conservation
     Catalog, Chap. 46.  6th ed.  LC staff members contributing to
     this chapter: Sarah Bertalan, Doris Hamburg, Sylvia Rodgers
     Albro, Jill Sterrett, Sarah Wagner.  Washington, D.C.:
     American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic
     Works, Book and Paper Group, 1989.

112.
Smith, Merrily A.  The Dissemination of Preservation Information.
     In Managing the Preservation of Serial Literature, edited by
     Merrily A. Smith, 239-249.  IFLA Publications, 57.  Munich:
     Saur, 1992.

113.
Smith, Merrily A.  Handling Books in General Collections.  [A-V
     Program]  Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, National
     Preservation Program Office, 1984.

114.
Smith, Merrily A.  Konservierung an der Internationalen Front
     (Preservation on the International Front).  Bibliothek:
     Forschung und Praxis 13 (1): 11-15 (1989).

115.
Smith, Merrily A., editor.  Managing the Preservation of Serial
     Literature.  IFLA Publications, 57.  Munich : Saur, 1992.

116.
Smith, Merrily A.  Massenentsäurung an der Library of Congress
     (Mass Deacidification at the Library of Congress).
     Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis 12 (3): 294-297 (1988).

117.
Smith, Merrily A.  Matting and Hinging of Flat Paper Objects.  In
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118.
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119.
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120.
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121.
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122.
Smith, Merrily A., Jones, Norvell M. M., Page, Susan L. and Marian
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123.
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124.
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125.
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126.
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127.
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128.
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129.
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130.
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131.
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132.
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133.
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134.
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135.
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138.
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139.
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140.
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141.
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142.
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143.
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146.
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147.
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148.
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149.
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150.
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151.
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152.
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153.
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154.
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155.
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156.
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157.
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158.
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159.
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160.
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161.
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162.
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163.
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164.
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165.
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166.
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167.
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168.
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169.
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170.
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171.
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172.
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173.
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174.
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175.
Williams, John C.  Retaining the Strength of Secondary Fibers With
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176.
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177.
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