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Re: [ARSCLIST] Shelf stack (box) archiving of 10" 78rpm disks

I know about your milk boxes from 78-L :) But sadly I doubt they are sourceable through official channels, especially for affordable shipment to Europe.

BW Darren
On 22 apr 2009, at 05.57, Steven C. Barr wrote:

----- Original Message ----- From: "D P Ingram" <darren@xxxxxxxxx>
Does anyone have recommendations for deep archive storage (on pallets and then on pallet racking) for "archive box" type cardboard boxes for 10" records ? This "archive box" is preferred as it is more weight manageable and easier to remove if any accession is required.

Have seen something after a lot of searching here: http://www.downstairsrecords.com/accessories/ but other views welcomed as well as any non US suppliers as we are based in Europe. (Shipping some pallets from the USA in a month or so's time, so that's always an option also).

My half-vast 78 accumulation (c. 54,000 records) is stored in "milk boxes"...the
heavy plastic crates used to transport milk to grocery stores and such. These
are in turn stacked on "pallets" (I need more of those, BTW) in case any water
appears on the basement floors...this provides about 6" of dry space below
the bottom layer of milk boxes!

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