JAIC 1996, Volume 35, Number 2, Article 1 (pp. 79 to 98)
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JAIC 1996, Volume 35, Number 2, Article 1 (pp. 79 to 98)




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Methyl cellulose

Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 48674

Ammonium hydroxide

Fisher Scientific, 585 Alpha Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15238

Japanese Paper

Hiromi Paper International, 4223 Glencoe Ave., C-107, Marina Del Rey, Calif. 90292

Blotter Paper

Paper Technology, 929 Calle Negocio, Unit D, an Slemente, Calif. 92673

Tacking iron

Talas, 586 Broadway, New York, N.Y.10012

Vacuum cleaner, polyester film, Reemay

University Products, 517 Main St., Holyoke, Mass. 01041-0101


W.L. Gore and Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 1550, Elkton. Md. 21921


TED STANLEY has been head of special collections conservation at Princeteon University since 1992. He is a former senior paper conservator at the Library of Congress, where he apprenticed and was a staff member from 1976 to 1992. Through a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, he spent a sabatical year from 1984 to 1985 perforing paper conservation studies at the Biblothèque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Centro Nationale de conservacion y Restauracion de Bien Culturales in Madrid, Spain. Address: Preservation Office, Firestone Library, Princeton University, One Washington Road, princeton, N.J. 08544-2098.

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