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Re: [BKARTS] Magic Photo Album Pages



I have used heat from a tape removing tool or a tacking iron (or
hairdryer) with a palette knife to lift newspaper clippings, which are
then photocopied on archival paper.  I haven't had to remove
photographs, however.

These are kind of nasty.

Carol
Eugene, OR
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On Saturday, August 17, 2002, at 04:41 PM, Cecile Webster wrote:

> Does anyone have experience getting photos out of those photo albums
> that
> have what were called "magic" pages?  There is a plastic sheet that
> folds
> over the photo and holds it in place on some sort of sticky page.
>
> Someone asked me about it and I just don't know.
>
>        Cecile
>
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