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Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog
Chapter 1 - Exhibition Guidelines for Photographic Materials

Date: July 2004
Compiler: Stephanie Watkins, 1993-2004
Initiator: Douglas Severson, 1992-1993
Contributors (Alphabetical):
Catherine Ackerman, Nancy Ash, Sarah Bertalan, Jean-Louis Bigourdan, Barbara N. Brown, Ed Buffaloe, Carol Crawford, Corinne Dune, Thomas M. Edmondson, Debra Evans, Julia Fenn, Betty Fiske, Gwenola Furic, Judy Greenfield, Doris Hamburg, Marc Harnly, Pamela Hatchfield, Cathy Henderson, Nancy Heugh, Ana Hofmann, Emily Klayman Jacobson, Martin Jurgens, Nora Kennedy, Daria Keynan, Lyn Koehnline, Barbara Lemmen, Holly Maxson, Constance McCabe, John McElhone, Cecile Mear, Jennifer Jae Mentzer, Jesse Munn, Rachel Mustalish, Douglas Nishimura, Leslie Paisley, Sylvie Penichon, Hugh Phibbs, Dr. Boris Pretzel, Dr. Chandra Reedy, Nancy Reinhold, Andrew Robb, Grant Romer, Kimberly Schenck, Douglas Severson, Tracey Shields, Angela Thompson, Sarah Wagner, Clara Waldthausen, Dr. Mike Ware, Stephanie Watkins, Dr. Paul Whitmore, Faith Zieske, Edward Zinn.

First edition copyright: 2004. The Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog is a publication of the Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. The Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog is published as a convenience for the members of the Photographic Materials Group. Publication does not endorse nor recommend any treatments, methods, or techniques described herein.

1.10. References (Alphabetical)

Compiler's Note: The reference list consists primarily of printed articles and books. Information was becoming available via World Wide Web (www) access at the time of publication. Readers are encouraged to consult web sources for current information.

  • Adams, Ansel. 1950. The Print. Boston: New York Graphic Society.
  • Adelstein, Peter Z., Jean-Louis Bigourdan, and James M. Reilly. 1997. "Moisture Relationships of Photographic Film," Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 36 (3):193-206.
  • Anderson, Stanton 1. and Richard J. Anderson. 1991. "A Study of Lighting Conditions Associated with Print Display in Homes." Journal of Imaging Technology 17 (3): 127-132.
  • Anderson, Stanton 1. And Ronald Goetting. 1988. "Environmental Effects on the Image Stability of Photographic Products." Journal of Imaging Technology, 14 (4): 111-116.
  • Anderson, Stanton and George Larson. 1987. "A Study of Environmental Conditions Associated with Customer Keeping of Photographic Prints." Journal of Imaging Technology 13 (2): 49-54.
  • Ashley-Smith, Jonathan, Alan Derbyshire and Boris Pretzel. 2002. "The Continuing Development of a Practical Lighting Policy for Works of Art on Paper and Other Object Types at the Victoria and Albert Museum," ICOM Committee for Conservation, Preprints, 1:3-8. 13th Triennial Meeting, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Paris: ICOM.
  • Astrup, Eva E. and Kristin E. Hovin Stub. 1990 (August 26-31). "Saturated Salt Solutions for Humidity Control of Showcases-Conditions for a Successful System. n ICOM Committee for Conservation, Working Group 17, Preprints Vol. II, 2: 577-582. 9th Triennial Meeting, Dresden, German Democratic Republic. Paris: ICOM.
  • Bachmann, Konstanze Ed. 1992. Conservation Concerns: A Guide for Collectors and Curators. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  • Baker, Mary T. 1999. Identification of Plastics Workshop Notebook. American Institute for Conservation 27th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri. Washington, D.C.: Foundation of American Institute for Conservation.
  • Baldwin, Gordon. 1991. Looking at Photographs: A Guide to Technical Terms. Los Angeles, California: J. Paul Getty and London: British Museum Press.
  • Barger, M. Susan and Thomas Edmondson. 1993. "The Examination, Surface Analysis and Retreatment of Eight Daguerreotypes which were Thiourea Cleaned in 1977/" American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 5:14-26.
  • Barger, M. Susan and William B. White. 1991. The Daguerreotype: Nineteenth-Century Technology and Modern Science. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  • Barger, M. Susan, R. Messier, William B. White. 1983 (summer). "Daguerreotype Display." Picturescope 31 (2):57-58.
  • Bark, Jared. 1996 (February). "Preservation/Conservation Framing Supplement." Picture Framing Magazine 4 (2):36-37.
  • Barnier, John, editor. 2000. Coming into Focus: A Step-By-Step Guide to Alternative Photographic Printing Processes. San Francisco, California: Chronicle Books.
  • Becker, Dieter and Klaus Kasper, 1996. "Digital Prints: Technology, Materials, Image Quality and Stability", Rundbrief Fotographie. http://foto.unibas.ch/~rundbrief/les33.htm
  • Berrie, Barbara. 1997. Personal communication to Hugh Phibbs.
  • Bertalan, Sarah and Hugh Phibbs. 1988. "Matting and Framing." American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group Paper Conservation Catalog, 5th edition, section 40.4.13 "Photographs".
  • Berselli, Silvia. 1991. "Conservation and Restoration of The Family of Man". American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 4:161-165.
  • Blackwell, Ben. 2001 (Fall). "Light Exposure to Sensitive Artworks During Digital Photography." Spectra 26 (2):24-28.
  • Bowers, Larry V. no date [circa 1992]. "Lighting Museum Objects: Fiber Optics at Friendship Hill," Harper's Ferry, West Virginia: National Parks Service. Available on line: [1].
  • Bowers, Larry V. 1999. "Lighting for Conservation." CRM No.7 Harper's Ferry, West Virginia: National Parks Service. Also available online: http://crm.cr.nps.gov/ archive122-7/ 22-07-4.pdf.
  • Boyce, P. R. 1987. "Visual Acuity, Color Discrimination and Light Level." A Conference on Lighting in Museums, Galleries, and Historic Houses, 50-57. London: The Museums Association.
  • Brill, Thomas B. 1980. Light: It's Interaction with Art and Antiquities. New York: Plenum Press.
  • Brower, Carol. 1993. "The Handling, Presentation, and Conservation Matting of Photographs." The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Traditional and Digital Color Prints, Color Negatives, Slides, and Motion Pictures. Chapter 12, pp. 393-450. Grinnell, Iowa: Preservation Publishing Company.
  • Brower, Carol and Henry Wilhelm. 1993. "Composition, pH, Testing and Light Fading Stability of Mount Boards and Other Paper Products Used with Photographs." The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Traditional and Digital Color Prints, Color Negatives, Slides, and Motion Pictures. " Chapter 13, pp. 451-484. Grinnell, Iowa: Preservation Publishing Company.
  • Burge, Daniel M. 1996 (February). "Just What is the Photographic Activity Test?" Picture Framing Magazine, Preservation Issue 5 (2):10-12.
  • Burgess, Helen D. and Carolyn G. Leckie. 1991. "Evaluation of Paper Products: With Special Reference To Use With Photographic Materials." American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 4:96-105.
  • Burgi, Sergio. 1982. "Fading of Dyes Used for Tinting Unsensitized Albumen Paper." Presentation at the Society of Professional Scientists and Engineers (SPSE) International Symposium on the Stability and Preservation of Photographic Images, Ottawa.
  • Canadian Conservation Institute. 1983. "Using a Camera to Measure Light Levels." CCl NOTES 215. Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute.
  • Cartier-Bresson, Anne. 1998 (May 4). "A propos de Paris sous l'objectif." Etudes Photographiques, 4: 120-129.
  • Cartier-Bresson, Anne. 1998. "The Exhibition of Photographs -Les Expositions de photographies ­Las Exposiciones de fotografias." ICCROM International Preservation News 17:20-32 (in English, French, and Spanish).
  • Cassar, May and Martin Graham. 1994. "The Environmental Performance of Museum Display Cases." Preprints of Ottawa Congress, Preventive Conservation Practice, Theory and Research, 171-173. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Clark, Susie. editor. 1998. Postprints of Care of Photographic, Moving Image and Sound Collections, 20-24 July 1998, York, UK. London: Institute for Paper Conservation.
  • Cohn, Marjorie B., booklet editor. 1995. "Guidelines for Lending Works of Art on Paper." Cambridge, Massachusetts: Print Council of America.
  • Colby, Karen M. 1993. "A Suggested Exhibition Policy for Works of Art on Paper." Journal of the International Institute for Conservation-Canadian Group 17:3-11.
  • Cost, Frank. 1996. Pocket Guide to Digital Printing. Albany, New York: Delmar Publishing. http://www.thomson.com.desktopcafe.html
  • Craddock, Ann Brooke. 1992. "Construction Materials for Storage and Exhibition," Conservation Concerns: A Guide for Collectors and Curators, 23-28. Konstanze Bachmann, editor. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
  • Crawford, William. 1979. The Keepers of Light: A History and Working Guide to Early Photographic Processes. Dobbs Ferry, New York: Morgan and Morgan.
  • Ctein. 1998a (MarchiApril). "Are Black-and-White Resin-Coated Papers as Permanent as Fiber Paper? The Problem, and Experimentation." PHOTO Techniques19(2): 44-47, 56-57.
  • Ctein. 1998b (May/June). A Discussion of RC Prints Permanence Issues -RC Paper Permanence Part II." PHOTO Techniques 19(3): 53-55.
  • Ctein. 1996. "Ephemeral RC Prints?" Darkroom User 24 (4):14-18.
  • Cumberland, Donald R. Jr. 1994a. "Museum Collection Storage Space: Is An Insulated Modular Structure Right For Your Collection?" Conserve 0 Gram, 417. Harpers Ferry, West Virginia: National Parks Service and Washington, D.C.: US Government Printing Office.
  • Cumberland, Donald R. JI. 1994b. "Selecting Environmental Control Systems for Insulated Modular Structures." Conserve 0 Gram, 418. Harpers Ferry, West Virginia: National Parks Service and Washington, D.C.: US Government Printing Office.
  • Daniels, Vincent and Susan Ward. 1982. "A Rapid Test for the Detection of Substances Which Will Tarnish Silver." Studies in Conservation 27 (2):58-60.
  • Dredge, Paula. 1997 (August 19). "UV filter" 11:17 Conservation Distribution List Server: http://www.palimpsest.edu/, Walter Henry, Moderator, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
  • Dunlap, Ellen S., chair of ACRL Committee. 1990 (June). "Guidelines for Borrowing Special Collections Materials for Exhibition." Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Chicago, Illinois.
  • Eastman Kodak Company. 1985. Conservation of Photographs. Rochester: Eastman Kodak Company.
  • Electronic Materials Group -American Institute for Conservation: http://aic.stanford.edu/conspec/emg/ John Burke, Webmaster. Palo Alto, California: Stanford University.
  • Feller, Robert L., Sang B. Lee, and John Bogaard. 1981. Concerning the Exposure of Paper to Light. Ottawa: ICOM Committee for Conservation, 6th Triennial Meeting, Working Group, Graphic and Photographic Documents, 8.
  • Fenn, Julia. 1995a. "Secret Sabotage: Reassessing Museum Plastics in Display and Storage." Resins: Ancient and Modern Conference Pre-prints of the SSCR's 2nd Resins Conference Held at the Department of Zoology: University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen: Scottish Society for Conservation and Restoration. Please refer also to "Polymers and Plastics in the Museum Conference," Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, 1989.
  • Fenn, Julia. 1995b. "The Cellulose Nitrate Time Bomb: Using Sulphonephthalein Indicators to Evaluate Storage Strategies." From Marble to Chocolate: The Conservation of Modern Sculpture, 87-90. J. Heuman editor. London: Archetype Publications.
  • Fischer, Monique C. and James M. Reilly. 1994. "Use of Passive Monitors in Film Collections." American Institute for Conservation's Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 6:11-40.
  • Giles, C. H., S. D. Forrester, H. Haslam, and R. Horn. 1973. "Light Fastness of Color Photographs." Journal of Photographic Science 21:19-21.
  • Gillet, Martine, Herman Maes, Chantal Garnier, and Bertrand Lavedrine. 2001. "Light stability of computer-generated printing." Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing, Conference Proceedings, 26-27 October 2001, 67-72. London: Institute of Physics.
  • Glaser, Mary Todd. 1994. "The Environment: Protecting Books and Paper During Exhibition." Technical Leaflet. Andover, Massachusetts: Northeast Document Conservation Center.
  • Gray, Michael. 1998 (April 7). "Photography's Elemental Paradox." Photographic Materials Conservation Group (U.K.) Day Conference.
  • Green, Lorna R. and David Thickett. 1994 (November 16). "Testing Materials for the Storage and Display of Artefacts." Course at the British Museum, London.
  • Green, Lorna R. and David Thickett. 1995. "Testing Materials for Use in the Storage and Display of Antiques -A Revised Methodology." Studies in Conservation 40:145-152. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Greenfield, Judy. No date [circa 1992]. "Building a Better Case." RMCC Bulletin. Denver: Rocky Mountain Conservation Center.
  • Gregory, Peter. 2001a. "Factors Affecting the Stability of Dyes and Pigments." Preservation and Conservation of Issues Related to Digital Printing, Conference Proceedings, 26-27 October 2000, 39­-47. London: Institute of Physics.
  • Gregory Peter and Philip Double. 200lb. "Colorants for Non-Impact Printing -An Overview." Preservation and Conservation of Issues Related to Digital Printing, Conference Proceedings, 26-27 October 2000,47-51. London: Institute of Physics.
  • Grosjean, Daniel and Sucha S. Parmar. 1991. "Removal of Air Pollutant Mixtures from Museum Display Cases." Studies in Conservation 36 (3):129-141. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Grzywacz, Cecily. 1999 (May 12). "Acid activity of wood." 12:87 Conservation Distribution List Server. Walter Henry, Moderator. Palo Alto, California: Stanford University. http://www.palimpsest.edu/.
  • Hatchfield, Pamela and Jane Carpenter. 1987. Formaldehyde: How Great is the Danger to Museum Collections. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Harvard University Art Museums.
  • Hatchfield, Pamela. 1995. "Wood and Wood Products." Storage of Natural History Collections: Basic Concepts, 283-290. Carolyn Rose, Catharine A. Hawks, Hugh H. Genoways, editors. Iowa City: Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections.
  • Hatchfield, Pamela. 1996. "Mitigating the Effects of Internally Generated Pollutants." Preservation of Collections: Assessment, Evaluation, and Mitigation Strategies; American Institute for Conservation Pre-Session, Norfolk, Virginia, June 10-11, 1996, 69-75. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation.
  • Hatchfield, Pamela. 1999. Pollutants in the Museum Environment. London: Archetype Publications.
  • Hatchfield, Pamela. 2004 (May). Pollutants in the Museum Environment: Practical Strategies for Problem Solving in Design, Exhibition, and Storage. Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC) Newsletter, 26 (2): 10-22.
  • Hendriks, Klaus B. 1989. "The Stability and Preservation of Recorded Images." Imaging Processes and Materials: Neblette's 8th Edition. Edited by John M. Sturge, Vivian Walworth and Allan Shepp, Chapter 20, 637-683. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.
  • Hendriks, Klaus B., Brian Thurgood, Joe Iraci, Brian Lesser, and Greg Hill. 1991. Fundamentals of Photographic Conservation. Toronto: Lugus Publications and National Archives of Canada.
  • Henry, Walter, web master. Conservation On-Line (CoOL). Palo Alto, California: Stanford University, http://palimpsest.stanford.edu
  • Hofmann, Ana. 1995 (October). "The World Outside the Frame: Tips For Maintaining a Healthy Display Environment." Getting Technical section, Picture Framing Magazine, 4 (10): 10-14.
  • Hopwood, Walter R. 1979. "Choosing Materials for Prolonged Proximity to Museum Objects." AIC Preprints of Paper Presented at the 7th Annual Meeting, Toronto, 44-49. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation.
  • Image Permanence Institute. "A Consumer Guide to Traditional and Digital Print Stability," 1-8. http://www.rit.edu/ipi
  • Indoor Air Pollution Working Group: Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, webmaster. http://hjem.get2net.dk/ryhl/iap.htm
  • Jarry, Narelle. 1996. "Computer Imaging Technology: The Process of Identification." American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group Annual 15:53-59.
  • Juergens, Martin. 1999. "Preservation of Ink Jet Hardcopies." Rochester, New York: Rochester Institute of Technology. http://www.knaw.nl/ecpa/publ/jurgens.html
  • Juergens, Martin. 2000. "Identification of Digital Media." Rochester, New York: Rochester Institute of Technology. http://aic.stanford.edu/conspec/emg/jurgens
  • Juergens, Martin. 200la. "Silicone Rubber Face-Mounting of Photographs to Poly (methyl methacrylate): Process, Structure, Materials, and Long-Term Dark Stability." Master of Art Conservation Report. Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, unpublished.
  • Juergens, Martin. 2001b. "Toward a Methodology for the Identification of Digital Print Formats." Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing Conference Proceedings: 26-27 October 2000, 60-65. London: Institute of Physics.
  • Keefe, Laurence E., and Dennis Inch. 1990. The Life ofa Photograph, second edition. Boston: Focal Press.
  • Kennedy, Nora. 1996. "Normas para la exposici6n de fotografias" translation by Chiara Mazzoni, Cuadernos tecnicos de conservaci6n fotogrrifica. Rio de Janeiro: Ministerio da Cultura do Brasil, Funda<;:ao Nacional de Arte, Funarte, 2: 15-21.
  • Kennedy, Nora. 2004. "Diretrizes para a exposi<;:ao de fotografias." Cadernos tecnicos de conservacao fotografica, terceiro. ed. rev. ampl. Rio de Janeiro: Organizacao do Centro de Conservacao e Preservacao Fotografica da Funarte, 2:28.
  • Kerschner, Richard. 2003 (June 24). "LED Lights in Exhibition Cases." Conservation On-Line (CoOL) http://palimpsest.stanford.edu. Walter Henry, moderator, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
  • Kirby, Jo and David Saunders. 1994. "Wavelength Dependent Fading of Artists' Pigments". Preventative Conservation: Practice, Theory and Research. Preprints of the Contributions to the Ottawa Congress, 12-16 September 1994, 190-194. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Knight, Barry. 1994. "Passive Monitoring for Museum Showcase Pollutants." Preprints of Ottawa Congress, Preventative Practice, Theory and Research, 174-176. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Lavedrine, Bertrand. 1998. "The Blue-Pink Scale: A New Light Dosimeter for the Exhibition of Photographs and Sensitive Artefacts.". Postprints of Care of Photographic, Moving Image and Sound Collections, 20-24 July 1998, York, United Kingdom, Susie Clark, editor, 124-128. London: Institute for Paper Conservation.
  • Lavedrine, Bertrand. 2003. A Guide to the Preventive Conservation of Photographic Collections. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.
  • Lavedrine, Bertrand, Martine Gillet, Herman Maes, and Chantal Garnier. 2001. "Light Stability of Computer-generated Printing." Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing, Conference Proceedings, 26-27 October 2000, 67-72. London: Institute of Physics.
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  • Lavery, Aidan, John Provost, Alison Sherwin, and Janette Watkinson. 1998. "The Influence of Media on the Light Fastness of Ink Jet Prints," IS&T's NIP 14: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, 123-128. Toronto: Imaging Science and Technology. Subsequently published in IS&T's Recent Progress in Ink Jet Technologies II, 1999, 329-334. IS&T's Recent Progress in Ink Jet Technologies II, Chapter 6, IS&T NIP 14
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  • Light Dosimeter (LiDO): http://www.Iido.fraunhofer.de
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  • Maggen, Michael. 1997 (August 5). "UV filters". Conservation On-line. http://www.palimpsest.edu/, Walter Henry, moderator, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.
  • Marcon, Paul J. and Thomas J.K. Strang. 1999. PadCAD Cushion Design Software, Version 3.0 for Windows. Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute.
  • Martin, Graham and Hannelore Romich. 2003. "LiDo: A Light Dosimeter for Monitoring Cultural Heritage." Victoria and Albert Museum Conservation Journal, 43: 2-3.
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  • McCann, Michael and Angela Babin. 1995. Plastics. [adapted from Artist's Beware]. New York: Center for Safety in the Arts.
  • McCormick-Goodhart, Mark H. 1996. "The Allowable Temperature and Relative Humidity Range for the Safe Use and Storage of Photographic Materials." Journal of the Society of American Archivists 17 (1): 7-21.
  • McElhone, John. 1993. "Determining Responsible Display Conditions for Photographs." American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 5:60­-72.
  • Mecklenburg, Marion F., editor. 1991. Art in Transit: Studies in the Transportation of Paintings, 372. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art. 62 AlC-PMC, 2004.
  • Messier, Paul. 1991. "Protein Chemistry of Albumen Photographs." American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 4:124-135.
  • Messier, Paul. 2000. "A Methodology for Dating Photographs Relative to 1950." Paper presented at the American Institute for Conservation-Photographic Materials Group meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 5,2000. Outline available at [email protected]
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  • Michalski, Stefan. 1987. "Damage to Museum Objects by Visible Radiation (Light) and Ultraviolet Radiation (UV)." A Conference on Lighting in Museums, Galleries, and Historic Houses. 3-16. London: The Museums Association.
  • Michalski, Stefan. 1997. "The Lighting Decision." Fabric of an Exhibition: An Interdisciplinary Approach, 97-104. Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Conservation Institute.
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  • Miles, Catherine E. 1985 (March). "The Stability of Display and Storage Materials," Climate and Lighting Control, 4. Rome: ICCROM.
  • Minnesota Historical Society (MHS). 1991 (October). "Guidelines to Practices and Materials for Use in the Exhibit Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society," by Marcia Anderson and Robert Herskovitz with contributions by Susan Heald, Kathy Ludwig, Mary Pound, and Paul Storch. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Monni, Georges. 1997 (decembre 13)"'Etude d'une solution de montage pour la presentation des photographies contemporaines." Nouvelles de l'ARSAG, 13: 13-16.
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  • Moor, Ian L. and Angela H. Moor. 1992 (April). "Exhibiting Photographs: The Effect of the Exhibition Environment on Photographs." In Conference Proceedings from The Imperfect Image: Photographs their Past, Present and Future, 193-201. London: The Center for Photographic Conservation.
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  • Mustalish, Rachel. 1997. "The Development of Photomechanical Printing Processes in the Late 19th Century. " American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in the Preservation of Photographic Preservation 7:73-88.
  • Mustalish, Rachel A. 2000. "Optical Brighteners: History and Technology. "Tradition and Innovation, Advances in Conservation, Contributions to the Melbourne Conference, 10-14 October 2000, 133-136. London: International Institute for Conservation.
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  • Nicholson, Catherine. 1992. "What Exhibits Can Do to Your Collection." Restaurator 13:95-113. Copenhagen: Munksgaard.
  • Nicholson, Catherine and Elissa O'Loughlin. 1996a. "The Use of A-D Strips for Screening Conservation and Exhibition Materials." Poster Session Handout, Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) in Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Nicholson, Catherine and Elissa O'Loughlin. 1996b. "The Use of A-D Strips for Screening Conservation and Exhibition Materials." American Institute for Conservation Book and Paper Group Annual (15):83.
  • Nishimura, Doug. 1989. "The Current State of Research on the Preservation of Photographs." Abstracts of Papers Presented at the American Institute for Conservation Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 31-June 9, 1989,25. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Conservation.
  • Nishimura, Doug. 1995. "Film Supports: Negatives, Transparencies, Microforms, and Motion Picture Film." Storage of Natural History Collections: Basic Concepts, 365-394. Carolyn Rose, Catharine A. Hawks, Hugh H. Genoways, editors. Iowa City: Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections.
  • Norris, Debbie Hess. 1993 (March). "The Proper Storage and Display of a Photographic Collection." Presentation at the Washington Conservation Guild Meeting.
  • Norville-Day, Heather and Shulla Jaques. 1999. "Conservation considerations with the acquisition of works of art made using digital technology." Care of Photographic Moving Image and Sound Collections, 76-82. Leigh: Institute of Paper Conservation.
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  • Oliver, L. with revisions by Leslie Paisley, and L. van Handel. 1997. "A Comparison of Glazing Materials Used in Framing." WACC Technical Leaflet. Williamstown, Massachusetts: Williamstown Art Conservation Center (WACC), Incorporated.
  • Orlenko, Kathleen and Eleanor Stewart. 1997. "Conservation Implications of Computer-Generated Printing," Institute of Paper Conservation Conference Papers, London 1997. Jane Egan, editor, 166­-174. London: Institute of Paper Conservation.
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  • Penichon, Sylvie and Martin JUrgens. 200la. "Contemporary Mounting Techniques." Presentation at the American Institute for Conservation's Photographic Materials Group Winter Meeting, Houston, Texas, February 17, 2001.
  • Penichon, Sylvie and Martin Jurgens. 200lb. 'Two Finishing Techniques for Contemporary Photographs." American Institute for Conservation Photographic Materials Group Topics in Photographic Preservation 9:85-96.
  • Penichon, Sylvie and Martin Jurgens. 2002a. "Issues in the Conservation of Contemporary Photographs: The Case of Diasec or Face-Mounting." American Institute for Conservation News 27 (2):1, 3-4, 7-8.
  • Penichon, Sylvie, Martin Jurgens, and Alison Murray. 2002b. "Light and Dark Stability of Laminated and Face-Mounted Photographs: A Preliminary Investigation." Works of Art on Paper, Books, Documents and Photographs, Techniques and Conservation: Contributions to the IIC 19th International Congress, Baltimore, Maryland, 2-6 September 2002. 154-160. London: International Institute for Conservation.
  • Phibbs, Hugh. 1990s. "Preservation Practices." Monthly contribution to Picture Framing Magazine.
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