JAIC 1978, Volume 18, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 33 to 43)
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JAIC 1978, Volume 18, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 33 to 43)

CONSERVATION OF LEATHER AND TEXTILES FROM THE DEFENCE

Kenneth Morris, & Betty L. Seifert




REFERENCES

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Ambrose, W. R., “Stabilizing degraded swamp wood by freeze drying,” Proceedings of the 4th Triennial Meeting of the ICOM Committee for Conservation, Venice, 1975.

Rosenquist, Anna, “Konservierug von Nassleder durch Gefriertrachnung,” Arbeitsblatter fur Restauratoren6 (2: Group 9) 13–14, 1973.

Rosenquist, Anna, “Experimentation on the conservation of waterlogged wood and leather by freeze drying,” Problems in the Conservation of Waterlogged Wood, W. A.Oddy. Maritime Monographs and Reports, No. 16, 1975, Greenwich, London SE10.

Geijer, Agnes, Bostrom, H. and Axelson, H., “Modocoll som preparing onedel for textilier,” (Modocol as a preservative for textiles) Svenska Museer1 (1961).

Lawson, Eric, Personal Communication, May 1977. 25 Cardena Road, Snugcove, Bowen Island, Von 1G0 B.C., Canada.

Tilbrooke, D. R. and Pearson, C., “The Conservation of Canvas and Rope Recovered from the Sea,” Pacific Northwest Wet Site Wood Conservation Conference, September 19–22, 1976, Neah Bay, Washington, Vol. 1, p. 61–66.

Rosenquist, A., ed.W. A.Oddy, 1975.

Brooke, Stephen and Morris, Kenneth, “Conservation of Underwater Archaeological Artifacts from the DEFENCE: A Regional Conservation Center Approach.” Beneath the Waters of Time: Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of Underwater Archaeology, Texas Antiquities Committee, Publication No. 6, c. 1978, p. 93–97.

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Reeves, Pat, “Conservation of a Peruvian Paracas Necropolis Mantle,” Conservation in Archaeology and the Applied Arts, Stockholm Congress of the I. I. C., 1975, p. 21–26.



MATERIALS

Teflon Tape

AIN Plastics, Inc., 65 Fourth Ave., New York, NY 10001.

“TYVEK”

Spunbonded olefin style 1079D, E. I. Dupont de Nemours & Company, Inc., Wilmington, DE 19898.

“Nylon Net”

Bridal Illusion 100% nylon net, “British Maid,” A & N Fabrics, 268 W. 39th St., New York, NY.

Polyethylene Glycol 1500

(Average molecular weight 500–600, mixture of 300/1540 in equal weights), Union Carbide Corp., 270 Park Ave., New York, NY 10017

.Polyethylene Glycol 400

(Average molecular weight 380–420), J. T. Baker Chemical Company, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865.

British Museum Leather Dressing

(Chemical #B-381), Fisher Scientific Company, Pittsburg, PA 15219.

Acryloid B-72

An ethyl methacrylate copolymer. (Rohm and Haas Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19105)

Wet Strength Tissue

“Skintex,” Technical Paper, 29 Franklin St., Needham Heights, MA.

Emulsion Adhesive

Talas, Jade No. 403, PVA, Technical Library Service 104 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10011.

Ethulose, ethyl-hydroxyethyl cellulose

Signo Trading International Ltd., 208 S. 14th Ave., Mt. Vernon, NY 10550.


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