Care and Identification of 19th-century Photographic Prints
Explains how to identify and care for 19th-century photographic prints. Gives information on the history of photographic processes and identifying types of prints. Also includes a section on storage, display, and how to control deterioration. Includes a 9-3/4 x 24" Care and identifi-cation Flowchart (G-2SA), which characterizes 13 different photographic and photomechanical processes.
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