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Materials of Art and Archaeology

Bibliography
Part VIII. Library and Archive Materials
Norbert S. Baer

Conservation Center

Institute of Fine Arts

New York University

September 1999

Introduction


Part I. Inorganic Materials (2003).
Part II. Metals (1999).
Part III. Organic Materials (2003).
Part IV. Instrumental Methods (2003).
Part V. Environment (1999).
Part VI. Museology (2003).
Part VII. Dating and Provenance (2003).
Part VIII Library and Archive Materials (2003).
Part IX Stone (1999).
Part X. Dyes and Pigments (2003).

Cumulative Index


May be obtained from:


Conservation Center

Institute of Fine Arts

New York University

14 East 78th Street

New York, New York 10021

September 1999

PART VIII: LIBRARY AND ARCHIVE MATERIALS
CONTENTS

Adhesives: Paper 1


Book Production 1
Cellulose Acetate 1
Cellulose Chemistry 1
Digitizing 2
Film 2
Inks and Printing 3
Library Binding 4
Lignins 5
Magnetic Tape 5
Microfilming 5

Optical Media 5

Paper: Bleaching 5
Paper: Deacidification 6
Paper: Deacidification: Calcium Hydroxide / Calcium

Bicarbonate 8


Paper: Deacidification:Cyclohexylamine Carbonate 8
Paper: Deacidification: DEZ 9
Paper: Deacidification: Magnesium Bicarbonate 9
Paper: Deacidification: Methyl Magnesium

Methoxide/Carbonate 9


Paper: Deacidification: Morpholine 10
Paper: Deterioration Mechanisms 10
Paper: Environmental Guidelines 10
Paper: Fumigation 10
Paper: General Conservation 10
Paper: General Conservation: Bibliographies 11
Paper: Permanence 11

Paper: Preservation Policy 12


Paper: Recycling 12
Paper: Sizing 13
Paper: Strengthening 13
Paper: Strengthening: Parylene 13
Paper: Web Sites 14
Papermaking 14
Paper Testing: Accelerated Aging 17
Paper Testing: Acidity and pH Measurement 18
Paper Testing: Additives 18
Paper Testing: Fiber Analysis 18
Paper Testing: General References 19
Paper Testing: Image Analysis 19

Paper Testing: Mechanical Properties 19

Paper Testing: Moisture 19
Paper Testing: Optical Properties 20
Paper Testing: Physical Properties 20
Paper Testing: TAPPI Standards 20
Paper Testing: Thermal Analysis 21
Paper: Yellowing 21
Parchment and Vellum 21
Philatelic Conservation 22
Photography: Chemistry and Conservation 22
Photography: History 23
Sound 25
Watermarks 25

Adhesives: Paper



K.I. Andreeva and L.V. Kudoyarova, "Study of Properties of Some Polymers Which are Promising for Strengthening the Color Layer of Miniatures on Parchment and Paper," Problemy Sokrannosti Dokument Matenalov 82 87 (1977).
N.S. Baer, N. Indictor and A. Joel, "An Evaluation of Glues for Use in Paper Conservation," In Conservation and Restoration of Pictorial Art, N. Brommelle and P. Smith, Editors, Butterworths, London (1976). pp. 182-190.
N.S. Baer, N. Indictor and W.H. Phelan, "An Evaluation of Adhesives for Use in Paper Conservation," Journal of the Guild of Book Workers 10 No.1 17 35 (1971).
N.S. Baer, N. Indictor and W.H. Phelan, "Shelf Life of Commercial Poly(vinyl acetate) Emulsions Used in Paper Conservation," Journal of the Guild of Book Workers 10 No.1 36 38 (1971).

N.S. Baer, N. Indictor and W.H. Phelan, "An Evaluation of Poly(vinyl acetate) Emulsions for Use in Paper Conservation," Restaurator 2 No.2 121 137 (1975).

N.S. Baer, N. Indictor, T. Schwartzman and I.L. Rosenberg, "Chemical and Physical Properties of Poly(vinyl acetate) copolymer Emulsions," ICOM Committee for Conservation 4th Triennial Meeting Venice 1975, Preprints 75/22/5 1 20 ICOM Paris (1975).
H. Bansa, "Resin Emulsions Used in Paper Restoration," Maltechnik Restauro 83 No.3 79 182 (1977). In German.
W.J. Barrow, Permanence/Durability of the Book, IV: Poly(vinyl acetate) (PVA) Adhesives for Use in Library Bookbinding, W.J. Barrow Research Laboratory, Richmond, Virginia (1965).
M.G. Blank, "Prediction of the Service Life of Paper Containing Polymeric Adhesives," ICOM Committee for Conservation, 5th, Zagreb, 78/14/6/1 8 (1978).
J. Halmy, "The Use of a Low Pressure Cold Lining Table in the Conservation Treatment of a Large Severely Damaged Lithograph," Journal of IIC, Canadian Group 2 No.l 22 26 (1976).
H.K. Huynh, P.E. Lancaster, P. Lepoutre and A.A. Robertson, "The Setting of Aqueous Adhesives on Paper: A New Technique to Monitor Dehydration," TAPPI Journal 61 No.12 63 65 (1978).
R.E. Lee and O.I. Kuvshinnikova, “Antioxidants for Viscosity and Color Stabilization of Hot-melt Adhesives,” TAPPI Journal 79 No. 9 183-188 (1996).
B.Z. Newby, M.K. Chaudhury, H.R Brown, “Macroscopic Evidence of the Effect of Interfacial Slippage on Adhesion,” Science 269 1407-1409 (1995).

T. Nielson, "Newspaper Deacidification and Repair or Lamination," Archives and Manuscripts 6 No.6 250 251 (1976).

W.H. Phelan, N.S. Baer and N. Indictor, "An Evaluation of Adhesives for Use in Paper Conservation," International Institute for Conservation   American Group Bulletin 11 No.2 58 75 (1971).
J.C. Thompson, "An Application of Beva 371 to Book Restoration," Contributions to the Third Pacific Region Conservators Meeting, October (1978). pp. 1-2.
R. Whistler, "Hydrogels, Synthetic and Natural," Journal of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry 60 No.12 64 67 (1977).
Zappala and P. La Mendola, "A Method of Preparing and Using an Acrylic Resin Coated Paper," ICOM   Committee for Conservation. 5th, Zagreb, 78/14/18/1 13 (1978).
See Also: Adhesives: General (Part III).

Book Production

L. Brownrigg, Making the Medieval Book: Techniques of Production, Anderson-Lovelace, Los Altos Hills, CA (1995). xiv + 246pp.
H. Lehmann Haupt, Editor, The Göttingen Model Book: A Facsimile Edition and Translation of a Fifteenth Century Illuminator's Manual, Second Revised Edition, University of Missouri Press, Columbia (1972). 102pp.

Cellulose Acetate

D. Aubier, J.M. Blengino, A.C. Brandt and N. Silvie, "Degradation Caused By Cellulose Diacetate: Analysis and Proposals for Conservation Treatment," Restaurator 17 No. 2 130-143 (1996.)

M. Edge, N.S. Allen, T.S. Jewitt, J.H. Appleyard, and C.V. Horie, "Cellulose Acetate: An Archival Polymer Falls Apart," In Modern Organic Materials, Preprints of the Meeting of the Scottish Society For Conservation and Restoration, Edinburgh (1988). pp. 67-79.

M. Edge, N.S. Allen, and T.S. Jewitt, "The Long Term Stability of Cellulose Ester Coating," Polymer Degradation and Stability 26 221-229 (1989).
N.S. Hon, "Studies on the Thermal Degradation of Cellulose Acetate," Journal of Polymer Science 3 725-744 (1977).
A.R. Murphy, "Deterioration of Cellulose Acetate by Transition Metal Salts in Aqueous Chlorine," Desalination 85 45-52 (1991).
V. Stannett, Cellulose Acetate Plastics, Temple Press, London (1950).
L.C. Wadsworth and D. Daponte, “Cellulose Esters,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 344-362.

Cellulose Chemistry



N. Bikales and L. Segal, Editors, Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives, Volume V, Parts 4 5, Wiley Interscience (1971). xix + 1411pp.
H.D. Burgess, "Gel Permeation Chromatography. Use in Estimating the Effect of Water Washing on the Long Term Stability of Cellulosic Fibers," In Historic Textile and Paper Materials: Conservation and Characterization; Advances in Chemistry Series 212, H.L. Needles and S.H. Zeronian, Editors (1986). pp. 363-376.
V. Daniels, "A Study of the Crystallinity of Paper Before and After Conservation," The Paper Conservator 10 70-72 (1986).

A.D. French, “Physical and Theoretical Methods for Determining the Supramolecular Structure of Cellulose,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 84-111.

O.P. Golova and N.I. Nosova, "Degradation of Cellulose by Alkaline Degradation," Russian Chemical Reviews 42 No.4 327 (1973).
R.D. Guthrie and J. Honeyman, An Introduction to the Chemistry of Carbohydrates, Third Ed., Clarendon Press, Oxford (1968). vii + 144pp.
C.H. Haigler, “The Functions and Biogenesis of Native Cellulose,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 30-83.
B. Honeyman, Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Cellulose and Starch, Interscience Publishers, New York (1959). 358pp.
C.S. Hudson, "Emil Fischer's Discovery of the Configuration of Cellulose," Journal of Chemical Education 18 353 (1941).
T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). 552pp.
T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, “Cellulose Chemistry Fundamentals,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 15-29.
E. Ott, H.M. Spurlin and M.W. Grafflin, Cellulose and Cellulose Chemistry, Volume V. Parts 1 3, Second Ed., Wiley Interscience (1971). viii+ 1601.
T. Padfield, The Deterioration of Cellulose: A Literature Review, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (1965). 49pp.

J.C. Roberts, The Chemistry of Paper, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge (1996). xiii + 190pp.

L. Roth and J. Weiner, Chemical Modification of Cellulose, Institute of Paper Chemistry, Appleton, WI (1966 1967). 3 volumes.
S.P. Rowland and N.R. Bertoniere, “Chemical Methods of Studying Supramolecular Structure,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 112-137.
S.L. Vail, “Cross-linking of Cellulose,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 384-422.
S.H. Zeronian, “Intercrystalline Swelling of Cellulose,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 138-158.
S.H. Zeronian, “Intracrystalline Swelling of Cellulose,” In Cellulose Chemistry and Its Applications, T.P. Nevell and S.H. Zeronian, Editors, E. Horwood Ltd., Chichester, West Sussex, England; and Halsted Press, New York (1985). pp. 159-180.
See Also: Cellulose Acetate; Cellulose Ethers; General Organic Chemistry References (Part III); and Paper: Deterioration Mechanisms.

Digitizing

A.R. Kenney and S. Chapman, Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (1996). vi + 207pp.

M. Lesk, Preservation of New Technology: A Report of the Technology Assesment Advisory Committee to the Commission on Preservation and Access, Commission of Preservation and Access, Washington, DC (1996). 19pp.

D.J. Waters, From Microfilm to Digital Imagery: On the Feasibility of a Project to Study the Means, Costs and Benefits of Converting Large Quantities of Preserved Library Materials from Microfilm to Digital Images, Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC (1996). 41pp.
D.J. Waters and J. Garrett, Preserving Digital Information: Final Report and Recommendation of the Task Force on Archiving Digital Information, Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC (1996). v + 59pp.
H. Weber and M. Dörr, Digitzation as a Method of Preservation?, European Commission on Preservation and Access, Amsterdam (1997). 24pp.
D. Willis, A Hybrid Systems Approach to Preservation of Printed Materials, Commission on Preservation and Access, Washington, DC (1992). iii + 45pp + 19 plates.

Film


P.Z. Adelstein, C.L. Graham and F.E. West, “Preservation of Motion Picture Color Films Having Permanent Value,” Journal of the SMPTE 79 1011-1018 November (1970).
Comptroller General, Valuable Government-Owned Motion Picture Films are Rapidly Deteriorating, Report to the Congress of the United States LCD-78-113, 19 June (1978). 42pp.
J.W. Cummings, A.C. Hutton and H. Sifin, “Spontaneous Ignition of Decomposing Cellulose Nitrate Film,” Journal of SMPTE 54 268-274 March (1950).

M.C. Fischer and A. Robb, “Guidelines for Care and Indentification of Film-based Photographic Materials,”In Topics in Photographic Preservation, Volume 5, The American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works, Washington, DC (1993). pp. 117-123.

G.L. Hutchinson, L. Ellis and S.A. Ashmore, "The Surveillance of Cinematograph Record Film During Storage," Journal of Applied Chemistry 8 24-34 (1958).


P. Messier, Preserving Your Collection of Film-Based Photographic Negatives.


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