JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 13 (pp. 107 to 115)
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JAIC 1992, Volume 31, Number 1, Article 13 (pp. 107 to 115)

OBSERVATIONS ON DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TREATMENT OF WORKS ON PAPER

T. K. McCLINTOCK




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MANUFACTURERS

Hot air pencil, modular stretcher, humidity chamber

Lascaux Farkenfabrik, Alois K. Diethelm, 83006 Bruttisellen, Switzerland

Suction table and plates, leaf caster

Museum Services Corp., 4216 Howard Ave., Kensington, Md. 20895

Continuous and hand-operated leaf casters

Per Laursen, TeglgÓrdsveg 341, Humiebaek 3050, Denmark

Steam pencil, suction probe

Conservation Resources International, Inc., 8000-H Forbes Place, Springfield, Va. 22101

Soft spray deacidification

Wei T'o Associates Inc., Matteson, Ill. 60443,


AUTHOR INFORMATION

T.K. McCLINTOCK is a graduate of Boston College and the Cooperstown Graduate Program in the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. Following training at diverse regional centers and studios, and a decade of employment at the Northeast Document Conservation Center, he established a private practice in the conservation of fine art and historic works on paper. Address: TKM Ltd., One Fitchburg St., Somerville, Mass. 02143.


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