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Re: [ARSCLIST] 78 RECORDS MILDEW AND MOLD
Bags Unlimited in Rochester NY has sleeves at more reasonable prices. I
do not see a website for them, but they can be reached at 1-800-767-2247
where you can probably request a catalog. They are at 7 Canal St,
Rochester, NY 14608.
Susan T Stinson, Curator
Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive
Syracuse University Library
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
315-443-3477 / fax 443-4866
>>> richard.warren@xxxxxxxx 10/26/2004 10:24:44 AM >>>
Gaylord, the library supplies company, makes sleeves suitable for
they're non-acidic and not cheap. Others may have competing items; but
companies seem rapidly to have forgotten how to make sleeves like the
originals, though it can't be difficult.
By the way, dishwashing products are not a good idea for cleaning
recordings, since most of them contain hand lotion that can lodge in
groove and attract gunk and dirt.
01:38 AM 10/26/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>OK Dwane... Plastic bags for right now, as I am cleaning the records.
>think I will try to find the same kind of sleeves that the records
>originally set in. I have been looking for a vendor. I have not had
>probably because I am not using the correct "key" words to find the
>have a contact for either 12 x 12 inch acid free sleeves or the paper
>like the ones that the records were originally slid in?
>Thanks again to all of you..Helen