JAIC 1984, Volume 23, Number 2, Article 3 (pp. 101 to 113)
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JAIC 1984, Volume 23, Number 2, Article 3 (pp. 101 to 113)

PRESSURE-SENSITIVE TAPE AND TECHNIQUES FOR ITS REMOVAL FROM PAPER

Merrily A. Smith, Norvell M. M. Jones, Susan L. Page, & Marian Peck Dirda




REFERENCES

C. W.Bemmels, “Adhesive Tapes,” Handbook of Adhesives, Irving Skeist, ed., Huntington, New York, RobertE.Krieger Publishing Company, 1962. p. 584–592.

The “Big Idea” that Changed the Habits of a Nation: “Scotch” Brand Pressure-Sensitive Tapes. St. Paul, 3M Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, n. d.12 pp.

Robert L.Feller and David B.Encke, “Stages in deterioration: The examples of rubber cement and transparent mending tape,” Science and Technology in the Service of Conservation: Preprints of the Contributions to the Washington Congress, 3–9 September 1982, London, IIC, 1982. p. 19–23.

“Notes on the use of mending tapes on paper,” Bulletin of the American Group, International Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Vol. 2, No. 1, October 1961. p. 13–15.

At the time of writing, suction tables were commercially available from: Nascor Technical Services Incorporated, Box 706, Sag Harbor, L. I., New York, 11963; and 2) Process Materials Corporation, 301 Veterans Boulevard, Rutherford, N. J., 07070 or Fine Arts Fabricators, 4230 Howard Avenue, Kensington, Md., 20895.


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