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Archival supplies question
« on: January 22, 2009, 03:36:46 AM »
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Bruce Wilson wrote:
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Does anyone know of a horizontal format archival sleeve (three hole punched) for use in a ring binder that would hold archival paper having dimensions of 8 1/2 " tall by 14" in length?
I have a very fragile book of Bridgton & Saco River Railroad records that need to be removed from the original paperboard covers and sleeved individually before any further deterioration can occur.
I've checked catalogs of firms such as "Light Impressions" and done a search on eBay, but haven't found anything.

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elecuyer replied:
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Try posting this on rypn.org. If you don't already know about this site - it is the premere discussion group for serious railway preservationists. They get (and answer) these sort of questions all the time.
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