- Photographs - Cornell University Library
- Photographs - American Institute for Conservation
- Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling - Centers for.
- MANUAL HANDLING OF MATERIALS
Photographs - Cornell University Library
The binder is an adhesive-like material that suspends and protects the image. Preservation of Library and Archival Materials: A Manual.
Photographs - American Institute for Conservation
The most common 19th-century binders are albumen (egg white) and collodion (guncotton). Silver is the major image material for black and white photographs, while color dyes make up modern color photographs, prevalent since the 1940s. IPI Storage Guide for Color Photographic Materials.
Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling - Centers for.
To obtain detailed information on identification, deterioration, use, and treatment, it is best to consult the readings listed for photographs.
MANUAL HANDLING OF MATERIALS
Photographic prints and negatives can be composed of a number of layers, including a support, binder (or emulsion), and an image-forming component.
Manual mterial handling photographs:
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