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Photograph Conservation Treatment Bibliography

The Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog is produced by the Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works as a convenience for the membership. The treatments, methods, or techniques described herein are provided for informational purposes. The reader assumes responsibility for any application results.

Brief overview of Photograph Conservation Treatment Bibliography

The Photograph Conservation Treatment Bibliography was originally prepared in 2003 by Nora Kennedy and Debbie Hess Norris. It was subsequently updated by Hadassa Koning and Luisa Casella in 2007, by Nora Kennedy in 2010, and Shannon Brogdon-Grantham, Amy Brost, and Michelle Sullivan in 2014. Please also see individual sections by topic for additional reference materials. This bibliographic listing is used by permission from Nora Kennedy and Debbie Hess Norris.

Photograph Conservation Treatment Bibliography

General Conservation Issues and Ethics

  • American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. 1994. AIC code of ethics and standards of practice. Washington, D.C.: AIC. http://www.conservation-us.org/about- us/core-documents/code-of-ethics-.U_onVUgV2TE.
  • Appelbaum, B. 2007. Conservation treatment methodology. Amsterdam: Butterworth- Heinemann.
  • Hendriks, K. B. 1995. The evaluation of conservation treatments. Research Techniques in Photographic Conservation (conference proceedings). Copenhagen, Denmark. 45-50.
  • Kennedy, N. W. 1996. The coming of age of photograph conservation. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 11th Triennial Meeting, Edinburgh. Paris: ICOM. 591-96.
  • Kennedy, N. W. and P. Mustardo. 1992. Contemporary photography from a conservation perspective. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 367-75.
  • Kennedy, N. W. 2008. Changing perspectives on color photography. ICOM Committee for Conservation Preprints. 15th Triennial Meeting, New Delhi. Paris: ICOM 2. 689-93.
  • Kennedy, N. W. and D. H. Norris. 2005. The conservation treatment of original coatings on photographs: issues and current practice. In Coatings on Photographs: Materials, Techniques and Conservation, ed. C. McCabe. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation. 12- 21.
  • Mendoza, A. 2011. Current status of treatment practices in photograph conservation. Topics in Photographic Preservation. vol 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 12-23.
  • National Archives of Canada. 1991. Fundamentals of photograph conservation: a study guide. ed. K. B. Hendriks Toronto: Lugus.
  • Norris, D. H. and J. J. Gutierrez. 2010. Issues in the conservation of photographs. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
  • Norris, D. H. 1992. The conservation treatment of deteriorating photographic print materials. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs, Their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 361-66.
  • Norris, D. H. 1995. Current research needs in the conservation treatment of deteriorated photographic print materials. Research Techniques in Photographic Conservation (conference proceedings). Copenhagen, Denmark. 101-5.
  • Norris, D. H. and N. W. Kennedy. 2002. Recent advances and future directions in the education and training of photograph conservators. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 13th Triennial Meeting, Rio de Janeiro. Paris: ICOM. 651-57.
  • Oracca, J. 1991. Developing treatment criteria in the conservation of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC.170-78.
  • Reinhold, N., T. Meller, H. Murata, R. Stenman, and N. W. Kennedy. 2007. Marking photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 12. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 3-14.

Indentification and Characterization

  • Bernier, B. 2009. Polaroid vectographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 86-99.
  • Canosa, E., G. W. L. Hodgins, and G. Weaver. 2013. Carbon isotope analysis of waxed paper negatives. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 891-906.
  • Cased photographs. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Cased_Photographs.
  • Daffner, L. and P. Messier. 2009. New applications for paper fiber analysis in characterizing gelatin silver prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 83-5.
  • Digital prints. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Digital_Prints.
  • Duncan, L. and J. Keister. 2008. In pursuit of reality: a technical study of two obscure photographic processes of the 19th century. ANAGPIC 2008 student papers. New York: Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. http://cool.conservation-us.org/anagpic/2008pdf/2008ANAGPIC_Duncan.pdf.
  • Dune, C., L. Grinde, and R. Wiegandt. 2005. Characterization of black-and-white silver gelatin fiber-based photographic prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation. vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 38-56.
  • Glaser, G. 2013. Technical investigation of a 20th century hand-colored opaltype. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 747-810.
  • Gold, J. 2005. Investigation of methods used to misrepresent the conditions and the age of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 111-22.
  • Jürgens, M. C. 2009. The digital print: identification and preservation. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
  • Kennedy, N. W. 1999. The reticulation of gelatine: observations on the direct carbon process. Care of Photographic Moving Image & Sound Collections. Lehigh, Worcestershire, U.K.: The Institute of Paper Conservation. 102-8.
  • Lavédrine, B., J. P. Gandolfo, and S. Monod. 2003. A guide to preventive conservation of photograph collections. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
  • Lavédrine, B., J. P. Gandolfo, J. McElhone, and S. Monod. 2009. Photographs of the past: process and preservation. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
  • McCabe, C. 2005. Coatings on photographs: materials, techniques, and conservation. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation.
  • Pénichon, S. 2013. Twentieth-century color photographs: identification and care. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
  • Photographic processes. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Photographic_Processes.
  • Polaroid. 1972. Film identification and manufacturing information. http://gawainweaver.com/images/uploads/file/Polaroid_ID.pdf.

Polaroid. 1998. Polaroid film codes. Bedford, MA: Americas Business Center. [PDF available: http://tityrus.free.fr/polaroid/integral/Polaroid-FilmCode.pdf]

  • Ravines, P., R. Wiegandt, R. Hailstone, and G. Romer. 2008. Optical and surface metrology applied to daguerreotypes. In Conservation science 2007: papers from the conference held in Milan, Italy, 10-11 May 2007. ed. J. H. Townsend et al. London: Archetype Publications Ltd.: 131-39.
  • Ravines, P., R. Wiegandt, and C. M. Wichern. 2008. Surface characterisation of daguerreotypes with the optical metrological technique of confocal microscopy. Surface engineering 24(2): 138-46.
  • Ravines, P., L. H. Chan, M. Nowell, and R. McElroy. 2013. Using electron back scattered diffraction (EBSD) & energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS) to characterize the surface of 19th century and modern daguerreotypes. Topics in Photographic Preservation vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 544-51.
  • Reilly, J. 1986. The care and identification of 19th century photographs. Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak Company.
  • Reilly, J. 1981. The albumen and salted paper book: The history and practice of photographic printing, 1840-1895. Rochester, NY: Light Impressions Corp.
  • Rogge, C. E. and K. Lough. 2013. Fluorescence fails: the color of the UVA-induced visible fluorescence of tintype varnishes does not discriminate between varnish materials. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 811-45.
  • Rogge, C. E. and A. Bezur. 2012. An investigation into the creation, stability, and x-ray fluorescence analysis of early photographic processes: an upper-level undergraduate laboratory. Journal of Chemical Education. 89(3): 397-400.
  • Stenman, R. 2011. Initial investigation into orotone photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 263-81
  • Stulik, D. and A. Kaplan. 2013. The atlas of analytical signatures of photographic processes. Los Angeles, CA: Getty Conservation Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/10020/gci_pubs/atlas_analytical.
  • _______. 2008. A new scientific methodology for provenancing and authentication of 20th century photographs: nondestructive approach. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference "Art2008," Jerusalem 25-30.5.2008: non-destructive investigations and microanalysis for the diagnostics and conservation of cultural and environmental heritage. ed. A. Notea. Jerusalem, Israel: Israel National Commission for UNESCO. 1-11.
  • _______. 2013. Pushing the limits of the identification of photographs: variants of the gum dichromate process. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 655-708.
  • Vila, A., A. Gruber, S. A. Centeno, L. Barro, and N. W. Kennedy. 2013. Pigment-based photographic processes: a technical study of Pictorialist works in the Metropolitan Museum’s collection. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 709-13
  • Weaver, G. and Z. Long. 2009. Chromogenic characterization: a study of Kodak color prints, 1942-2008. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 67-82.
  • Weaver, G. 2013. Process ID chart: 19th century photographic prints. http://gawainweaver.com/images/uploads/Process ID Chart_19th Century Photo.pdf.
  • Weaver, G. 2014. Photographic process controlled vocabulary. http://gawainweaver.com/images/uploads/Photographic Process Controlled Vocabulary_v1.pdf.
  • Wessling, M. 2013. Characterizing United Press International’s Unifax facsimile prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 621-54.
  • Yates, K., S. Ishikawa, and M. Newnham. 2013. Crystalline deterioration on glass cinema slides. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 714-46.

Stability of Photographic Materials

  • Briend, J. 2003. Étude du protocole de tests de vieillissement accéléré d'impressions à jet d'encreen enceinte de conditionnement (Accelerated aging test methodologies applied to inkjet prints in controlled environment chambers). Support /Tracé, vol. 3. 47-51.
  • Casella, L. 2011. Behavior of autochrome color screen dyes under anoxic conditions. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 52-58.
  • Casella, L., M. Tsukada, and N. W. Kennedy. 2011. Light-fastness of autochrome color screen filters under anoxic conditions. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 16th Triennial Conference, Lisbon. Paris: ICOM. 1-9.
  • Casella, L. and M. Tsukada. 2012. Effects of low oxygen environments in the light fading of six dyes present in the autochrome color screen. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 51(2): 159-74.
  • Centeno, S. A., N. W. Kennedy, and A. G. Schrott. 2011. The formation of chlorine-induced alterations in daguerreotype image particles: a high resolution SEM-EDS study. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 105(1): 55-63.
  • Centeno, S. A., T. Meller, N. W. Kennedy, and M. Wypyski. 2008. The daguerreotype surface as a SERS substrate: characterization of image deterioration in plates from the 19th century studio of Southworth & Hawes. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 39(7): 914-21.
  • di Pietro, G. 2004. A local microscopic model for the formation of silver mirroring on black and white photographs. In Metal 04: proceedings of the International Conference on Metals Conservation = actes de la conférence internationale sur la conservation des métaux, Canberra, Australia, 4-8 October 2004. eds. J. Ashton and D. Hallam. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: National Museum of Australia. 126-36.
  • di Pietro, G. and F. Ligterink. 2002. Silver-mirroring edge patterns: diffusion-reaction models for the formation of silver mirroring on silver gelatin glass plates. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 41(2): 111-26.
  • Fenech, A., M. Strlič, M, Cassar, K. Ntanos, and N, Bell. 2011. Lifetime of chromogenic colour photographs in mixed archival collections. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 16th Triennial Conference, Lisbon. Paris: ICOM.
  • Fenech, A., M. Strlič, and M, Cassar. 2012. The past and the future of chromogenic colour photographs: lifetime modelling using near-infrared spectroscopy & enhancement using hypoxia. Applied Physics A 106(2): 411-17.
  • Fenech, A., T. Fearn, and M. Strlič. 2012. Use of design-of-experiment principles to develop a dose-response function for colour photographs. Polymer Degradation and Stability 97(4): 621- 625.
  • Held, L., D. Burge, and D. Nishimura. 2011. The effects of acidic, alkaline, buffered, and non- buffered enclosures on cyanotypes. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation, Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 237-49.
  • Hendriks, K. B., B. Lesser, J. Steward, and D. Nishimura. 1984. Properties and stability of gelatin layers in photographic materials. AIC preprints. American Institute for Conservation 12th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 52-62. http://albumen.conservation-us.org/library/c20/hendriks1.html.
  • Hendriks, K. B. 1992. Warning signs: when photographs need conservation. In Conservation concerns: a guide for collectors and curators. ed. K. Bachmann. New York: Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, Smithsonian Institution Press. 47-52.
  • Hendriks, K. B. 1991. On the Mechanism of Image Silver Degradation. In Issues in the conservation of photographs, eds. D. H. Norris and J. J. Gutierrez. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. 227-37.
  • Kennedy, N. W. and S. A. Centeno. 2014. Research and practice: using scientific investigation to inform daguerreotype care. The Daguerreian Society Quarterly 26(2): 8-10.
  • Lavédrine B., M. Leroy, and M.Gillet. 2001. Stabilité à la lumière d’impressions à jet d’encre (Light stability of inkjet prints). Support / Tracé, vol. 1. 27-31.
  • Lavédrine, B. and J.M. Susbielles. 2001. Étude des vernis des négatifs sur plaque de verre (Varnishes used on glass plate negatives). Support / Tracé, vol. 1. 17-23.
  • Martin, L. 2001. Effets de quelques solvants sur les photographies au gélatino-bromure d’agent (Effects of a few solvents on photographs with a gelatin-bromide agent). Support / Tracé, vol. 1. 24-6.
  • Messier, P. 1993. Cracking in albumen photographs: an ESEM investigation. Microscopy Research and Technique Wiley-Liss, Inc. http://albumen.conservation-us.org/library/c20/messier1993.html.
  • Reilly, J. M. n.d. Stability problems of 19th and 20th century photographic materials. Rochester, NY: Rochester Institute of Technology. http://albumen.conservation-us.org/library/c20/reilly-stability.html.
  • Reilly, J. M., N. W. Kennedy, D. Black, and T. Van Dam. 1984. Image structure and deterioration in albumen prints. In Issues in the conservation of photographs, eds. D. H. Norris and J. J. Gutierrez. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. 306-20.
  • Shoemaker, H. Q. S. 1999. Formation of a watermark impression on a collection of cellulose nitrate negatives. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 8. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 56-9.
  • Venosa, A., D. Burge, and D. Nishimura. 2011. Effect of light on modern digital prints: photographs and documents. Studies in conservation 56(4): 267-80.
  • Vitale, T. and P. Messier. 1994. Physical and mechanical properties of albumen photographs. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation. 33(3): 279-99.
  • Wagner, S. S. 1999. An update on the stability of b&w resin coated papers. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 8. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 60-66.
  • Weaver, G. 2008. A guide to fiber-base silver gelatin print condition and deterioration. Rochester, NY: George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film and Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology. http://gawainweaver.com/images/uploads/Weaver_Guide_to_Gelatin_Silver.pdf.
  • Zorn, S and S. Dobrusskin. 2011. Diasec and other finishing techniques: investigation of accelerated light fading. Studies in conservation 56(4): 257-66.

Surface Cleaning

  • Abere, M. J., R. D. Murphy, B. Jackson, G. Mourou, M. Menu, J. Mansfield, and S. M. Yalisove. 2011. Ultrafast laser cleaning of daguerreotypes. In Materials issues in art and archaeology IX: symposium held November 29-December 3, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 1319. ed. P. B. Vandiver et al. Warrendale, PA: Materials Research Society. 299-303.
  • Barger, M. S. 2009. Daguerreotype research at the Materials Research Laboratory, the Pennsylvania State University: 1979-1984. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 137- 46.
  • Bernier, B. M. 1997. A study of poly (vinyl chloride) erasers used in the surface cleaning of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 7. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Specialty Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 10-18.
  • Casella, L. and C. Moore. 2009. Research on methods for cleaning face-mounted photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Specialty Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 200-8.
  • Gadomski, T. 2009. Appropriate techniques for surface cleaning inkjet prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 209-20.
  • Grosso, E. 1996. Les gommes a effacer utilisees en conservation–restauration des photographies (Dry erasers used in conservation treatment of photographs). Conservation – restauration des biens culturels 8: 49-54.
  • Guild, S. and J. Cowan. 2001. Dry methods for surface cleaning paper. Technical Bulletin 11. Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Conservation Institute. 1-12.
  • Hernandez, P., L. Kreuzburg, and M. Sirven. 2011. Cleaning beverages off photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 4-11.
  • Ioanid, E. G., A. Ioanid, D. E. Rusu, C. Popescu, and I. Stoica. 2011. Surface changes upon high-frequency plasma treatment of heritage photographs. Journal of cultural heritage 12(4): 399-407.
  • Kennedy, N. W. 1988. Three French photograph conservation techniques. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 2. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Washington, D.C.: AIC. 40-49.
  • Kent Workshop. 1998. Cleaning color photographs. http://paulmessier.com/pm/pdf/cleaningcolor.pdf.
  • Knipe, P. 1997. The evaluation of four aqueous and non-aqueous surface-cleaning techniques on silver gelatin photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 7. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 19-27.
  • Laver, M. E. and S. Rempel. 1981. A study of daguerreotype cleaning solutions. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 6th Triennial Meeting, Ottawa. Paris: ICOM 4: 81/23/1-1- 81/23/1-9.
  • Le Namouric, B. and B. Sainte-Marthe. 2009. Les photographies contemporaines montées sous Diasec: traitements des dommages de surface et conservation préventive.(Contemporary photographs mounted by the Diasec method: treatments of surface damage and preventive conservation). Conservation restauration des biens culturels: revue de l'ARAAFU 27. 45-53.
  • _______. 2005. Treatment of Andreas Gursky’s Rhine II: testing of dusting materials and cleaning cloths. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 79.
  • Norris, D. H. 1999. Surface cleaning of damaged photographic materials: current practice and concern. Care of photographic moving image & sound collections. 96-107.
  • Surface cleaning. 2014. Photographic Materials Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Surface_Cleaning.
  • Wei, W. 2011. Surface micro-roughness, cleaning, and perception. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 16th Triennial Meeting, Lisbon. Paris: ICOM: 8.
  • Wei, W., I. Gerritsen, and C. Von Waldthausen. 2011. Re-examining the (electro-)chemical cleaning of daguerreotypes: microscopic change vs. macroscopic perception. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 24-40.

Silver Mirroring Reduction

  • Bisi, S., G. D. Smith, and G. E. Albright. 2009. Purple haze: the development and analysis of a vapor iodine treatment for the reduction of silver mirroring. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C. AIC. 182-97.
  • Luzeckyj, T. and I. Brückle. 1999. Immediate and long-term effects of the treatment of silver mirroring on the surface of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 8. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 31-43.
  • Silver mirroring. 2014. Photographic Materials Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Silver_Mirroring.

Aqueous Treatment

  • Argomedo, P. 2002. The effects of aqueous treatment on the properties of silver gelatin prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 10. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 29-36.
  • Baas, V., C. Foster, and K. Trentelman. 1997. The effects of multiple wet treatments on cracking in albumen prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 7. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 38-42.
  • McCabe, C. and M.L. Ritzenthaler. 1988. The use of the suction table for the conservation of photographic prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 2. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 50-55.
  • Messier, P. 1991. Work in progress: an analysis of the effect of water on the cracking of albumen photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 170-78.
  • Messier, P. and T. Vitale. 1994. Effects of aqueous treatment on albumen photographs. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 33: 257-78.
  • Moor, I. L. and A. H. Moor. 1992. An overview of the use of aqueous treatments on photographs. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image; Photographs their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 236-44.
  • Moor, I. L. and A. H. Moor. 1991. The effect of aqueous treatments on photographs. Sauvegarde et conservation des photographies, dessins, imprimés et manuscrit (conference proceedings). Association pour la recherche scientifique sur les arts graphiques. Paris, France. 62-6.
  • Philips, M. 2001. The effects of aqueous immersion wash treatments on platinum photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 9. American Institute for Conservation, Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 103-14.
  • Wetzel, R. K. 2005. Optical brighteners—a study of water solubility. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 73-8.

Humidification and Flattening

  • Bernier, B. 2004. Issues in humidification and drying of gelatin silver prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 6-16.
  • Hofman, A.B. 1991. Flattening cracks in photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 166-69.
  • Humidification, drying, and flattening. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Humidification,_Drying_and_Flattening.
  • Keefe, L. E. and D. Inch. 1990. Flattening prints. In The Life of a Photograph: Archival Processing, Matting, Framing, and Storage. Stoneham, MA: Focal Press.
  • Maxson, H. 1986. Vacuuming in tight spaces: an initial report on the design of a homemade suction table for paper and photographic conservation. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol.1/2. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 11-12.
  • McCormick-Goodheart, M. H. 1995. Moisture content isolines and the glass transition of photographic gelatin: their significance to cold storage and accelerated aging. Research techniques in photographic conservation. Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. 79-88.
  • Norris D. H. 1996. Air-drying of water-soaked photographic materials: observations and recommendations. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 11th Triennial Meeting, London. Paris: ICOM. 601-8.
  • Vischi, C. and G. Hill. 2008. The study of two humidification and flattening methods for albumen prints to determine their Impact on the evolution of the cracks in the albumen layer. Restaurator 29(2): 45-75.
  • Vischi, C. and G. Hill. 2005. The study of two humidification and flattening methods for albumen prints to determine their impact on the evolution of cracks in the albumen layer (abstract). Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 95-6.

Chemical Treatment

  • Albright, G.E. 2011. José Orraca and the chemical treatment of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 70-81.
  • Baas, V., C. Harkins, and L. P. Stodulski. 1991. The effects of sodium borohydride solutions on silver-based photographic materials: an update. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 156- 60.
  • Bisi, S., G.D. Smith, and G.E. Albright. 2009. Purple haze: the development and analysis of a vapor iodine treatment for the reduction of silver mirroring. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 182-97.
  • Gent, M., and Rees, J. 1994. A conservation treatment to remove residual iron from platinum prints. In The Paper Conservator (18): 90–5.
  • Nishimura, D. 2001. Report on the chemical treatment of photographic materials: a chemist’s perspective. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 9. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1-43.

Light Bleaching

  • Baas, V. and S. Freeman. 2009. Tip: localized light bleaching with a fiber optic lamp. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 198-99.
  • Henniges, U. and A. Potthast. 2009. Bleaching revisited: impact of oxidative and reductive bleaching treatments on cellulose and paper. Restaurator 30(4): 294-320.
  • Schaeffer, T., V. Blyth-Hill, and J. Druzik. 1997. Aqueous light bleaching of modern rag paper: an effective tool for stain removal. The Paper Conservator 21(1): 1-14.
  • Schopfer J. M. 2012. Light bleaching with HID lamps. Restaurator 33(3-4): 287-328.
  • Wetzel, R.K. 2009. An examination of the short and long term effects of light bleaching silver gelatin photographs (abstract). Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 9.
  • Wetzel, R.K. 2005. An examination of the short and long term effects of light bleaching silver gelatin photographs. Rochester, NY: George Eastman House.
  • Verborg, M. 2012. Light bleaching with metal halide lamps: effects on naturally aged paper. Restaurator 33(3-4): 329-55.

Mending and Consolidation

  • Bernier, B. 2005. Treatment tip for mending “sprung” tears. Book and Paper Group Annual, vol. 23. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 121-22.
  • Consolidation and flattening of cracks. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Consolidation_and_Flattening_of_Cracks.
  • Long, C. 1989. Mending of fiber based silver-gelatin Photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 62-5.
  • Mending, repair, and filling. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Mending,_Repair,_and_Filling.
  • Schenck, K. and C. McCabe. 1989. Preliminary testing of adhesives used in photographic conservation. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 52-61.
  • Shpargel, S. and I. Brückle. 2000. Photo buttons on the mend: repairing large splits in photo buttons. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 44-60.

Loss Compensation and Inpainting

  • Binder, V. 2013. Digital fills for photographs with glossy surfaces. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 363-70.
  • Chen, J. J., T. M. Edmondson, J. McElhone and I. Brückle. 2001. The “perfect” fill for the tintype. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 9. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 61-4.
  • Hendriks, K. B. and S. Dobrusskin. 1990. The conservation of painted photographs. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 9th Triennial Meeting, Dresden. Paris: ICOM. 1: 249-54.
  • Inpainting. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Inpainting.
  • Kennedy, N. W. 1997. Issues relevant to the compensation of photographs. AIC preprint. American Institute for Conservation 25th Annual Meeting, San Diego. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 29-31.
  • Le Namouric, B. 2002. L'innocuité et la réversibilité de la retouche en conservation- restauration des photographies (The safety and reversibility of inpainting materials used in conservation treatment of photographs). Support / Tracé, vol. 2. 49-54.
  • Mending, repair, and filling. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Mending,_Repair,_and_Filling.
  • Norris, D. H. 1995. Inpainting materials and techniques for photographic materials. Photographic materials conservation catalogue. American Institute for Conservation Photograph Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1-27.
  • Owen, G. and R. Sarah. 2011. Cast composites: a system for texturing repair materials in book conservation. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 250-62.
  • Sheesley, S. 2011. Practical applications of lascaux acrylic dispersions in paper conservation. Book and paper group annual, vol. 30. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 79-81.
  • Reed, V. 1987. Photographic retouching. Rochester, N.Y.: Photographic Products Group, Eastman Kodak Company.
  • Wilcox, M. 1991 (2000). The Wilcox guide to the best watercolor paints. Cloverdale, Perth, Western Australia: Artways. Free download of 2000 version.

Mounting, Unmounting, Lining, and Remoistenable Tissue

  • Abdel-Fattah, I. 2013. A novel non-adhesive housing mat for the display and storage of broken glass plates. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 382-90.
  • Backing, Lining, and Mounting. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Backing,_Lining,_and_Mounting.
  • Brückle, I. 1997. Update: remoistenable lining with methyl cellulose adhesive preparation. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 7. American Institute for Conservation, Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 29- 36.
  • Cannon, A. 2011. A review of lining methods for paper-based photographic prints from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Studies in Conservation 56(3): 167-78.
  • Cannon, A. 2012. Adhesives used for mounting photographic prints of the 19th and early 20th centuries. AICCM Bulletin 33. 41-52.
  • Cannon, A. 2013. Investigation of Fusion 4000 as an alternative to Lascaux for hinging inkjet prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1088-1116.
  • Glen, K. 2012. Pressure sensitive tapes on photographs. AICCM national newsletter (120): 6-7.
  • Guzmán Solano, M. E. 2011. Preliminary considerations and the factors involved in lining treatments of black and white fiber base photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 85-92
  • Hnulíková, B. 2011. Restaurování fotografií z fondu K.H. Frank: snímání fotografií z podložky a odstraňování zbytků lepidel. (Restoration of photographs from the archive's collection K.H. Frank: removal of photographs from the base board and removal of residual adhesive) in Forum pro konzervátory-restaurátory. 26-28.
  • Jackson, C. 2013. A cost effective method for removing dry mount tissue from photographic prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1059-87.
  • Maver, I. 1992. Some research into methods of mounting, lining or repairing albumen prints. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs, Their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 311-15.
  • McGlinchey C. and B. Yuan. 2003. Investigation of adhesives for RC prints. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 10. American Institute for Conservation, Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 98-9.
  • __________. 2005. The development of ultra-cool melt adhesives for mounting resin-coated (RC) photographic papers. In Materials issues in art and archaeology. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 852, ed. P. B. Vandiver et al. Warrendale, PA: Materials Research Society. 321-30.
  • Morrison, P. 2005. Solvent effects on silver dye bleach materials. Rochester, NY: George Eastman House Advanced Residency in Photograph Conservation.
  • Morrison, P. and S. Brown. 2013. Abstract: re-visiting strip lining of large format photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1056-58.
  • Norris, D. H. 1993. The unmounting of historic photographic prints: factors to consider (unpublished notes).
  • Phibbs, H. 1995. Stronger edge strips: another alternative to hinges. Picture Framing Magazine (October). 50-1.
  • Unmounting. 2014. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/PMG_Unmounting.
  • Watkins, S. 1993. Origins and development of dry mounting. The book and paper group annual, vol 12. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 66-73. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v12/bp12-15.html.
  • Wagner, S. 1990. Conservation tip: a modified dacron lining technique for photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 31-3.
  • Wagner, S. 1997. Remoistenable tissue, part II: variations on a theme. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol.7. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 60-6.
  • Wagner, S. 2000. Preservation solutions for mounted photographs in research collections/archives. Presentation notes from Mellon Collaborative Workshop in Photograph Conservation: Unmounting and Mounting Photographic Print Materials.
  • Wagner, S. and B. Lemmen. 2000. The use of solvent and heat-activated, pressure sensitive and remoistenable systems in the mounting of photographic materials. Notes from Mellon Collaborative Workshop in Photograph Conservation: Unmounting and Mounting Photographic Print Materials.

Mold Removal

  • Adamo, M., U. Cesareo, M. De Francesco, and D. Matè. 2012. Gamma radiation treatment for the recovery of photographic materials: results achieved and prospects. Kermes: la revista del restauro 25(86): 45-53
  • Caldararo, N. and C. Griggs. 2001. Preliminary report on the conservation of slides with special Reference to the removal of mold. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 9. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 97-102.
  • Florian, M. L. 2003. Water, heritage photographic materials and fungi. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 10. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 60-73.
  • Holt, J. G. 1995. An Evaluation of alcohol treatments for mold-damaged photographic protein emulsions. Unpublished manuscript. Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation, Newark, DE.

Treatment of Blocked Photographs

  • Bulat, E. and B. Bernier. 2011. The preservation of panoramas at Harvard University. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 122-36.
  • Gubby, S. and J. McCarthy. 2008. Surfactant use in the salvage of housed water-damaged black and white silver gelatin photographs. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 15th Triennial Meeting, New Delhi. Paris: ICOM. 676-83.
  • Norris, D. H. 1989. The removal of a silver gelatin photograph adhered to glass. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 86-91.

Treatment of Negatives

  • Albright, G. E. 1997. A tentative method for consolidating gelatin dry plates Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 7. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 36-7.
  • Albright, G. E., J. J. Chen, and K. Jennings. 2002. Treatment options for paper negatives. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 10. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 19- 28.
  • Borýsková, Š. 2011. Úpravy povrchu negativů. (Treatment surface layers of negatives). Forum pro konzervátory-restaurátory 34-6.
  • Cannarella, F. 2011. Recherche d’une solution de refixage et de consolidation de la couche image des négatifs sur verre au collodion humide (Re-adhering and consolidating the image layers of wet collodion glass negatives). Support / Tracé, vol 11. 62-70.
  • Chipman, A. 2013. Separate but equal: testing treatment techniques to separate water- damaged blocked film-based negatives from the Henry Clay Anderson Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1022-62.
  • Esmeraldo, S. 2008. Collodion negatives transferred from glass to other supports. ICOM Committee on Conservation preprints. 15th Triennial Meeting, New Delhi. Paris: ICOM. 666-71.
  • Garrat, C. 2013. Acetate base stripping: a preliminary investigation into the feasibility of bulk treatment. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.:AIC. 855-66.
  • Gillet, M. and B. Lavédrine. 1985. Contrôle de la qualité du lavage des phototypes noir et blanc : dosage du thiosulfate (Determining wash efficiency in the processing of black-and-white photographic negatives: measuring thiosulphate). Nouvelles de l'ARSAG, vol 1. 4.
  • Jochumsen, I. et al. 2006. Développement d'une technique de consolidation d'épreuves argentiques à la gélatine endommagées par l'eau et les moisissures (Development of a consolidation technique of gelatin silver prints damaged by water and mold). Support / Tracé, vol 6. 67-71.
  • McCormick-Goodhart, M. H. 1992. Glass corrosion and its relation to image deterioration in collodion wet-plate negatives. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs Their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 256-65.
  • Lavédrine, B. 1989. Analysis and restauration of negatives intensified with mercuric iodide. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 12-21.
  • Pavelka, K. L. 2004. A step in the evolution of the treatment of acetate negatives. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 11. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 17-24.
  • Preservation of glass in photographic materials. 2013. Photographic Materials Group Conservation Catalogue Wiki. American Institute for Conservation. www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki /PMG_Preservation_of_Glass_in_Photographic_Materials.
  • Rajainmaa, A., I Kecskeméti, K, Paavilainen, and E. Tiainen. 2008. Putting the pieces together: the digital reconstruction of a silver gelatin glass plate negative. PapierRestaurierung: Mitteilungen der IADA 9(3): 23-7.
  • Viars, D. 2002. Analyse et conservation-restauration des négatifs au gélatino-bromure d’argent vernis sur plaque de verre présentant un soulèvement de l’image (Analysis and treatment of lifting image layers on varnished gelatin silver glass plate negatives). Support / Tracé vol. 2. 33- 9.
  • Wagner, S. 1989. A preliminary study: consolidation of gelatin glass plate negatives with organosilanes” Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 69-85.
  • Whitman, K. and R. Wiegandt. 2007. Case study: repair of a broken glass plate negative. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 12. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 175-81.
  • Woods, C. S. 1992. Negatives: positive action. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs their Past, Present and Future. The Centre for Photographic Conservation. London, United Kingdom. 323-27.
  • Wengström, J. 2010. Glimpses of a lost world: the glass plate collection of the Swedish Film Institute. Journal of Film Preservation 82(April): 30-4.

Treatment of Photographic Albums

  • Adamopoulou, A. 2013. Same albums, different treatment approaches: the conservation of two photographic albums from the first modern Olympic games in Athens, 1896. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 337-48.
  • Albright, G. E. 2009. The story between two covers: the treatment history of P. H. Emerson's Cuba Album. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 234-41.
  • Bonnici, L. and J. Schiro. 2007. The rebacking of a photo album with a “tambour” spine. The book and paper group annual, vol. 26. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 189-97.
  • Carey, J. 2005. Restoring a carte-de-visite album: the "hinged back" of Philadelphia, 1863. The book and paper group annual, vol. 24. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 104-16.
  • Clarke, B. 1992. Some observations of the development of albums containing photographs and aspects of their deterioration. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 69-77.
  • Eldridge, B. P. 2002. A photo album structure from Philadelphia, 1865. The book and paper group annual, vol. 21. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 35-43.
  • Hemmenway, D. and Y. R. Khan. 2008. Treating the Second Anglo-Afghan War album: negotiations between book and photograph conservation. ICOM Committee on Conservation preprints. 15th Triennial Meeting, New Delhi. Paris: ICOM. 684-90.
  • Kask, S. 2010. Seljametsa muuseumile kuuluva fotoalbumi konserveerimisest. (Conservation of the photo album preserved in Seljametsa Museum). Renovatum (2010): 88-9.
  • Maes, H. and N. Minten. 2005. The Gandhãra Battle, treatment of a photographic album. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol.11. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 80- 94.
  • Primanis, O. 1998. The design of a photo album structure with removable leaves: rebinding Photographs Vol. III by Lewis Carroll. The book and paper group annual, vol. 17. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 83–94.
  • Sillamaa, V. 2010. Ajaloolised fotoalbumid ja nende ülesehitus. (Historical photo albums and their structure). Renovatum (2010): 84-7.
  • Waters, P. and G. Frost. 1980. Photo albums. Abbey Newsletter 4(2): 21.

Treatment of Face-mounted Photographs

  • Casella, L. and C. Moore. 2009. Research on methods for cleaning face-mounted photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Specialty Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 200-8.
  • Kim, E. and E. Breitung. 2007. Scratch repair on acrylics used in face-mounted photographs: a survey of materials and techniques. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 12. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 144-59.
  • Murphy, E. L. 2007. Basic care of face-mounted photographs at the Museum of Modern Art. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 12. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 160-74.
  • Mustardo, P. 2007. Approaches to treating contemporary photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 12. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 126-30.
  • Wei, W. 2008. International research on the conservation and restoration of face-mounted photographs. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 15th Triennial Meeting, New Delhi. Paris: ICOM. 709-18.
  • Winkelmann, U. 2012. Kann ionisierte Luft die Staubanziehung bei Objekten aus Kunststoff verringern? Versuche an bildseitig mit Acrylglas kaschierten Fotografien (DIASEC®). (Can ionized air reduce electrostatic qualities of synthetic materials? Experiments with face-mounted photographs (DIASEC®)). Beiträge zur Erhaltung von Kunst- und Kulturgut 2: 49-56.

Treatment of Color and Instant Photographs

  • Müller, U., G. Banik, E. Thobois, and M. Faber. 2007. Une technique de consolidation des plaques autochromes de la collection photographique de l'Albertina. (A consolidation technique for autochromes plates from the photographic collection of the Albertina). Support / Tracé, vol 7. 29-36.
  • Blanc, M. 2007. Consolidation des Filmcolors (Consolidation of filmcolors). Support / Tracé, vol 7. 22-9.
  • Clet-Bonnet, N., M. Corneloup, R. Guinée, and F. Le Bris. 2007. La conservation des autochromes au musée départemental Albert-Kahn (The preservation of autochromes at the Albert-Kahn museum). Support / Tracé, vol 7. 4-8.
  • Quintric, G. 2006. Conservation-restauration des photographies en couleurs à développement chromogène :étude de la réactivité des colorants azométhiniques aux solvants (Conservation treatment of chromogenic process color photographs: reactivity of azo dyes to solvents). Support / Tracé, vol 6. 72-7.
  • McCowan, R. L. and F. N. McLaughlin. 1991. Modern carbro printing and the availability of new materials. Les Journess International De L’ARSAG. Sauvegarde et conservation des photographies, dessins, imprimes et manuscripts, Paris 30 September - 4 October, 1991. 119- 23

Treatment of Hand-colored Photographs

  • Artetxe Sánchez, E., M. Barandiaran Landin, I. Maguregui Olabarria, B. San Salvador Ageo, and C. Venegas García. 2010. Más allá del blanco y negro: estudio histórico de fotografías coloreadas y su conservación. (Beyond black and white: historical study of hand- colored photographs and their conservation). Ge-conservación: publicación digital hispano-lusa de conservación y restauración 1: 193-207.
  • Daniels, V. 1998. The effects of water treatments on paper with applied pastel or powdered pigment. The Paper Conservator 22: 29-37.

Treatment of Specific Objects and Collections

  • Albright, G. E. 1990. The planning for the treatment of a large collection of photographs. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 6. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1-7.
  • Barandarian, M. 1999. Evaluation of conservation treatments applied to salted paper prints, cyanotypes and platinotypes. Studies in Conservation 45(3): 162-8.
  • Beeman, K. 2009. Treatment of an American political tintype badge, case-study. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 160-9.
  • Beenk, J., M. Kaye, and L. O. Miller. 2009. Archives conservation discussion group 2009: conservation and preservation approaches for stabilizing large-scale collections. The book and paper group annual, vol. 28. American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 99-106.
  • Berselli, S. 1991. Conservation and restauration of “The Family of Man.” Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 161-5.
  • Brown, B. 1989. The treatment of H.P. Robinson’s “Bringing Home the May”, a 19th-century English albumen print. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 37-45.
  • Bulat, E. and B. Bernier. 2011. The preservation of panoramas at Harvard University. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 122-36.
  • Bulat, E., I. Spartz, B. Bernier, and T. R. Holdcraft. 2009. A case for preservation: revisiting the Agassiz Collection of daguerreotypes from the Peabody Museum Archives at Harvard University. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 147-59.
  • Clermontel, D. 2013. La restauration de cinq ambrotypes (The conservation treatment of five ambrotypes). Support / Tracé, vol 12. 78-83.
  • Cartier-Bresson, A. 1990. Analyse et traitement des daguerréotypes exposés au musée Carnavalet (Analysis and treatment of daguerreotypes on display at the Carnavalet Museum). Nouvelles de l'ARSAG, vol 6. 10-12.
  • Chipman, A. and D. C. Hemmenway. 2013. The last full measure: an exhibition of American Civil War photographs from the Liljenquist Family Collection at the Library of Congress. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 910-52.
  • Danzing, R. 1991. Stieglitz: photographic process and related conservation issues. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 4. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 57-79.
  • Diaz-Cañas, D. L., M. E. B. Miranda, and E. Guzmán-Solano. 2013. Conservation of an oversized photographic collage: first phase. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1016-55
  • Gallardo, C. S. A. 2013. Saving film history through photography. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1156-98.
  • Ghent, M. and J. Ress. 1994. A conservation treatment to remove residual iron from platinum prints. The paper conservator: journal of the Institute of Paper Conservation 18: 90-5.
  • Gold, J. 2013. Reconstruction of European daguerreotype and ambrotype cover glasses. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 953-1015.
  • Gruber, A. and T. Ha. 2010. Zaponlack auf Daguerreotypien: historische Schutzüberzüge in der Albertina-Fotosammlung. (Zaponlacquer on daguerreotypes: historical protective coatings in the Albertina photo collection). Journal of Paper Conservation: IADA reports = Mitteilungen der IADA 11(1): 24-31.
  • Guzmán-Solano, M. E., and D. L. Diaz-Cañas. 2013. Panoramic View of Mexico City by photographer Claude Désiré Charnay. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 36-67.
  • Harwood, S. E. 1992. The photographic collection of James Ramsay Macdonald 1866-1937. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs Their Past, Present and Future Conference. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 339-46.
  • Hemmenway, D. C. 2013. Francesca Woodman’s Untitled diazotype. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 983-1006.
  • Herrera, R. 2009. Treatment of Alfred Stieglitz's lantern slides. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 13. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 170-80.
  • Hofmann, R. 2014. Matériaux utilisés pour l’impression jet d’encre (Materials used in inkjet printing). Support / Tracé, vol 13. 151-6.
  • Maes, H. and H. Verdonk. 2011. Dmitri Ermakov in the Caucasus, preservation and conservation of the Ermakov Estate, kept in the S. Janashia State Museum of Tbilisi, Georgia. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 103-20.
  • McElhone, J. P. 1989. Restauration and conservation of the Lambert Gift Collection of daguerreotypes. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 22-6.
  • Norris, D. H. and N. W. Kennedy. 2005. The conservation treatment of original coatings on photographs: issues and current practice. In Coatings on photographs: materials, techniques, and conservation. ed. C. McCabe. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. 12-21.
  • Norris, D. H. 1980. Eakins at Avondale: discovery, examination, and treatment of his platinum prints. AIC preprints. American Institute for Conservation 8th Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 53-61.
  • O’Hehir, A. and A. Wise. 2013. Sole survivor: re-evaluating and conserving Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore’s only known remaining photomontage used for Cahun’s 1930 publication Aveux non Avenus (Disavowed Confessions). Topics in Photographic Preservation. vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 1234-64.
  • Ploye, F. 2014. Préserver et restaurer les tirages jet d'encre pigmentaire « Fine Art » (Preserving and treating pigment inkjet prints). Support / Tracé, vol 13. 168-77.
  • Ravines, P., J. J. Chen, and C. M. Wichern. 2011. Surface characterization and monitoring of surface changes after conservation treatments of silver gelatin photographic papers using confocal microscopy. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 14. American Institute of Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: 206-26.
  • van der Reyden, D. 1992. Case studies in photography conservation at the Smithsonian Institution including a survey of 15,000 photographs. Proceedings of The Imperfect Image: Photographs Their Past, Present and Future. London: The Centre for Photographic Conservation. 347-60.
  • Vischi, C. and A. Lalande. 2011. Techniques de nettoyage de cadres en laiton montés sur ambrotypes et daguerréotypes (Methods for cleaning brass mats from ambrotype and daguerreotype packages). Support / Tracé, vol 11. 55-61.
  • Von Waldthausen, C. 2000. Non-destructive methods for identification of original coatings used as finishing techniques on 19th century salted paper and albumen photographs. Amsterdam: Eindverhandeling i.s.m. Instituut Collectie Nederland.
  • Whitman, K. 2013. Conservation of an American icon: the reconstruction of the Lincoln interpositive. Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 15. American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 68-103.

Virtual Restoration

  • Bugner, D. et al. 2006. Survey of environmental conditions relative to the storage and display of photographs in consumer homes, phase I. Journal of Imaging Science and Technology 50(4). 309-19.
  • Del Mastio, A., A. Piva, M. Barni, V. Cappellini, and L. Stefanini. 2008. Color transplant for reverse ageing of faded artworks. Proceedings of SPIE (International Society for Optical Engineering) 6810: 1-12.
  • Stanco, F., D. Tanasi, D., and G. Gallo. 2011. Virtual restoration of fragmented glass plate photographs of archaeological repertoires. Virtual archaeology review 2(3): 141-44.


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