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Re: Old Letters
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- Subject: Re: Old Letters
- From: Susan Lightcap <slightcap@MINDSPRING.COM>
- Date: Fri, 5 Mar 1999 09:27:24 -0500
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I was taught to unfold the papers, lay them between sheets of blotting
paper, gently press them with a coolish iron, and then back them, if
they're blank on the back, with a heat set tissue. Alternatively, they can
be sandwiched between sheets of mylar for the copying.
At 02:11 AM 3/5/99 -0800, you wrote:
>Just received word a distant cousin has letters my gr. grandmother wrote
>to his grandmother. He's willing to make copies but is concerned about
>unfolding thme and having them break--any suggestions on here for how to
>deal with them safely to make these copies and for the future.
>Thanks, Eileen E.
>Our lives are complicated juggling acts because we have so many kinds of
>choices. We need to approach those choices with whatever power is
>available to us from God. -- Aileen Clyde
>Ladybug Lovelies P.O. Box 92-342 Tillicum, WA 98492-0342