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From: Joyce Weaver <>
Subject: Re: newpaper clippings
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 11:30:46 -0500
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One further note here: get acid-free ones!
> Go to an office supply store or genealogy store and ask for the special clear
> sleeves to store these in. They will help prevent further deterioration.
> Dianne wrote:
> > I just received newspaper clippings, birth and death certificates from a
> > family member, that are 50 - 80 yrs old. Some are in good condition,
> > some are not so good. My father's birth certificate from 1912, is
> > tattered and torn. What is the best way to store these original
> > records? I have made copies to stay in my folder files, but not sure of
> > the best way to store and keep the originals. Any suggestions are
> > appreciated. Thanks!
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