PRESERVATION MANAGEMENT: POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN BRITISH LIBRARIES.
Feather, John, Graham Matthews, and Paul Eden
The result of a survey of about 500 British libraries to study preservation practices. Preface. Traces development of preservation techniques, priorities, guidelines, and planning. Includes numerous tables and endnotes after each chapter. Two appendices: one reproducing the survey; the other a chronology of advances in preservation techniques since 1982. Index.
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THE ART OF FRENCH CALOTYPE WITH A CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF ...
by Jammes, Andre and Eugenia Parry Janis
A history of calotype photography in France, with two hundred black-and-white calotype photographs of varied subjects. This volume traces the relation to the history of prints and the calotype's influence on impressionism. The book also contains an essay on the origins of early photography and a bibliography. Minor wear at spine ends of dust jacket.