Excess humidity, water soaking, molds, mice, insects, and air pollution are typical sources of damage to paper, resulting in wrinkles, distortions, tears, holes, and stains. Washing, color toning, re-sizing, acid buffering, tissue laminates, infills: These remedial procedures are judiciously considered and applied in our stabilization and restorations of paper.
Bayliss archive vol. one, 1906
Including: An American Type Founder's Printer's Desk Copy, 1911; A Montana Postcard Album, 1907; A ledger documenting large scale agricultural and dam building, 1906; A frontier cookbook, 1877; and an English Bible from 1850.