Heritage, Volume 2, Number 3, Summer 1985 Page: 23
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SOME GOOD REFERENCES
TO HAVE ON HAND ARE:
1. Polyester Book Jacket Construction,
June 1984, available from the Harry
Ransom Humanities Research Center
Conservation Department, P.O. Box
7219, Austin, Texas 78713.
2. Cleaning and Preserving Bindings
and Related Materials, by Carolyn
Horton, The Library Technology Program,
American Library Association,
3. Matting and Hinging of Works of
Art on Paper, by Merrily Smith, Preservation
Office, Research Services, Library
of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1981.
4. Care of Works of Art on Paper,
Perkinson and Dolloff, Museum of Fine
Art, Boston, Massachusetts.
SOME SUPPLIERS OF
104 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10011
British Museum Leather Dressing
2. Conservation Resources
1111 North Royal St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phase boxes made to order and in premade
3. Transilwrap Texas
1118 Quaker St.
Dallas, TX 75207
Polyester (Mylar) sleeves
4. Conservation Materials
1240 Freeport Blvd.
Sparks, NV 89431
Acid free tissue, polyester (Mylar)
sleeves, mat board
5. Craig Jensen, Conservator
1403 Justin Lane
Austin, TX 78757
Rare book boxes
LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPHIC
CITY STATE ZIP
D-I Visa F1 Mastercard
P.O. Box 12243 Austin, Texas 78711-2243 (512) 472-6784
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