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From: "Elizabeth Whitaker" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Saving/Filing Obituary Cippings
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 08:16:53 -0400
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Yes. I photocopied lots and lots of telegrams onto acid-free paper as well
as the newspaper
On 8/9/07, bob gillis <> wrote:
> Connie Bradbury wrote:
> put acid-free sheets of paper between every telegram. It was interesting
> see what the paper the telegram was printed on did to the papers next to
> it. In some cases I had to photocopy those papers to preserve the
> leaving the damaged papers in protective sleeves. The archivist said that
> over time the originals would disintegrate because of the damage the
> telegram paper did.
> Makes me wonder what the telegram paper was made out of.
>Probably Acid based wood fiber pulp as newspapers are.