Architectural Photoreproductions: A Manual for Identification and Care
Specialists in book and paper conservation provide librarians, private collectors, and researchers with practical contemporary insight into preserving architectural plans. They detail methods for identifying architectural photoreproductions based on visual examination, and prescribe 12 distinct proc
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