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1 Infinity™ Archival Paper Corners - Black (240/Pkg.)

1/2"; black; 240 per package, Lineco
The ease of application and traditional appearance of these 1/2" acid-free photo mounting corners make them a popular choice for mounting photos. A neutral pH, water activated adhesive makes them quick and easy to use.
533-0024 
Price: 6.95 USD

 

 

2 Infinity™ Archival Paper Corners - Ivory (240/Pkg.)

1/2"; ivory; 240 per package, Lineco
The ease of application and traditional appearance of these 1/2" acid-free photo mounting corners make them a popular choice for mounting photos. A neutral pH, water activated adhesive makes them quick and easy to use.
533-0025 
Price: 6.95 USD

 
 

 

3 Mounting Corners, Polyester, Preformed Photo, 1/2"

Lineco

L533-0020 
Price: 9.95 USD

 

 

4 pH Testing Pen

Lineco
With a simple swipe of Lineco's pH testing Pen, you can determine whether the paper and board you are using is acidic. This easy, convenient method allows you to distinguish the difference between safe (neutral or alkaline) paper and board and acidic materials. Easy to use, simply draw a small line on the material you wish to test. The chlorophenol red indicator solution in the pen will turn purple on any paper with a pH of 6.8 and above. A clear or yellow color indicates the material is probably unsuitable for conservation purposes. Paper can be respectably long lived if is pH is as low as 6.0, especially if is well made and carefully used and stored. In order to last for centuries in today's polluted air, it must have an alkaline reserve and this usually means a pH of 7.0 or greater. Please note: unreliable results may occur on colored or coated papers. Price each.
L533-0023 
Price: 7.95 USD

 
 

 

5 Self-Adhesive Mylar® Mounting Corners - Clear (240/Pkg.)

1 3/8", clear, 240 per package, Lineco
Lineco Mylar® corners are very thin, clear and archival quality. They are made of crystal clear Mylar®, the museum’s choice of plastics. Use for light to medium weight photos and art.
L533-0021 
Price: 18.95 USD

 

 

6 Self-Adhesive Polypropylene Mounting Corners - Clear (500/Pkg.)

5/8"; clear, 500 per package, Lineco
Lineco Corners and Strips mount light to moderate weight prints, photographs and documents without adhesives ever coming in contact with the artwork. When used correctly, they provide adequate support, and allow for the expansion and contraction of the art within the frame. Artwork can always be removed in its original, pristine condition.
Lineco Polypropylene corners provide extra strength and sizes to accommodate larger art pieces. They are safe, and acid-free. The full view variety minimizes the border required to hide the corner under the window mat. Use for light to heavy weight photos.
L533-0022 
Price: 8.95 USD

 
 

 

7 Self-Adhesive Polypropylene Mounting Corners - Clear / Full-View (250/Pkg.)

1 1/4" Full View; clear, 250 per package, Lineco
Lineco Corners and Strips mount light to moderate weight prints, photographs and documents without adhesives ever coming in contact with the artwork. When used correctly, they provide adequate support, and allow for the expansion and contraction of the art within the frame. Artwork can always be removed in its original, pristine condition.
Lineco Polypropylene corners provide extra strength and sizes to accommodate larger art pieces. They are safe, and acid-free. The full view variety minimizes the border required to hide the corner under the window mat. Use for light to heavy weight photos
L533-0035 
Price: 20.95 USD

 

 

8 Self-Sealing Mylar® L-Velopes® (5/Pkg.) 11x14""

Lineco

L738-1114 
Price: 18.95 USD

 
 

 

9 Self-Sealing Mylar® L-Velopes® (5/Pkg.) 20x24""

Lineco

L738-2024 
Price: 58.95 USD

 

 

10 White Cotton Gloves


White, lightweight, washable, cotton gloves to wear when working with photos, negatives, microfilm and artwork. Protects items from fingerprints & oil. Size large.
AR114 
Price: 3.25 USD

 
 
Your Vintage Keepsake: A CSA Guide to Costume Storage and Display, Margaret T. Ordoñez


11 Your Vintage Keepsake: A CSA Guide to Costume Storage and Display
Margaret T. Ordoñez
32 pages, 6 x 9, 16 color photos, paperback, Texas Tech University Press
From the Costume Society of America
From family heirlooms to vintage purchases, almost everyone has some item of beautiful clothing or some treasured accessory worthy of preservation. The choices made in storing and displaying costume collectibles will determine not only their longevity but also their future value. This concise, clear guide by Margaret Ordoñez is issued by the Costume Society of America, whose members bring their collective expertise to bear on consumers' most frequent and most crucial questions about costume care.
In simple and unambiguous terms, Your Vintage Keepsake offers options for storage, guidelines for prevention and treatment-such as vacuuming garments to remove dust and minimize insect damage-and instructions for displaying apparel and accessories, even under glass.
The Costume Society of America advances the global understanding of all aspects of dress and appearance. The over 1700 members include curators, historians, artists, designers, librarians, entertainers, educators, and students. For more than twenty-five years, the Costume Society of America has stimulated scholarship, disseminated informa- tion, helped raise the profile and credibility of costume-related fields, and acted as a clearinghouse on all aspects of dress and appearance. Towards that end, it is initiating a series of publications with the first guide to storage and display of costume in the home.

About Author
Margaret T. Ordoñez, a twenty-year member and former director of CSA, teaches historic textiles and costume and textile conservation at the University of Rhode Island, where she is director of the Historic Textile and Costume Collection. She has published articles on textile conservation, archaeological textiles, and Rhode Island quilts. Most recently, she co-authored and wrote a chapter on printing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century cotton fabrics for the forthcoming book Down by the Old Mill Stream: Quilts in Rhode Island.

Table of Contents
What is the best place to store a clothing collection?
Is hanging or boxed storage best for garments?
How can you design and make a padded hanger?
Is a dust cover needed for garments inside a closet?
Why is cotton fabric the best material for dust covers?
Are special papers and boxes needed for safe storage?
Are plastic products safe to use for storage?
Are cedar chests good storage areas?
Can garments be safely stored in boxes?
How can you minimize folds and wrinkles in boxed storage?
How should garments be prepared for storage?
When is rolled storage an option for clothing or accessories?
Can accessories and memorabilia be stores with garments?
What will protect a garment collection from insects?
What should you do if you find clothes moths or carpet beetles?
How can garments be vacuumed safely?
Can moldy fabrics be treated like insect-infested textiles?
Can furs be safely stored at home?
How can damage from exposure to light be minimized?
Can garments be displayed if not under glass?
How should garments or accessories be framed under glass?
Can a shawl be hung on a wall safely?
How can garments be safely displayed on dress forms or manikins?
Should vintage garments be worn?

64450X 
Price: 9.95 USD

     


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