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Re: a rookie question: BLACK PAPER



While Jane is mostly right it is very possible to find archival quality
black paper. I know Gaylord sells it, albeit in large sheets. Another
source might be the Canson Mei Tints which are also acid-free. For
photographs, an acid-free but UNBUFFERED environment is best, especially
older photos such as albumen and color.

Peter

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