7 edition of Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials found in the catalog.
1979 by Library of Congress :for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English
|Series||LC publications on conservation of library materials, LC publications on conservation of library materials.|
|LC Classifications||Z701 .W37 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 30 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||79011536|
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The Library of Congress "Procedures for Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials" extracts from unpublished revised text, by Peter Waters, July INTRODUCTION Since the first publication in of "Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Materials" there has been no decrease in the frequency of accidents or unexpected disasters which have resulted in extensive water.
Since the first publication in of Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Materials there has been no decrease in the frequency of accidents or unexpected disasters which have resulted in extensive water damage to library materials but there are many signs that we have begun to learn the immense value of disaster preparedness planning Cited by: Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials (LC publications on conservation of library materials) Paperback – January 1, by Peter Waters (Author) › Visit Amazon's Peter Waters Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Peter Waters. Procedures for salvaging water-damaged books, film, archives, and other library materials are outlined, from assessment of damage to final returning books to shelves.
Advice is given on removing the materials, packing, freezing, drying, treating for mold, sterilizing, removing mud, forming a salvage team, evaluating losses, salvaging the catalog, keeping records, controlling humidity and Cited by: Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials (LC publications on conservation of library materials) Out of Print--Limited Availability.
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Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials. [Peter Waters; Library of Congress. Office of the Assistant Director for Preservation.]. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials Waters, Peter, View full catalog record.
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of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off Washington Australian/Harvard Citation. Waters, Peter. Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials / Peter Waters Library of Congress:for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials Author: Waters, Peter, Published: () Emergency procedures for salvaging flood or water-damaged library materials Author: Waters, Peter.
Published: (). Wrap each book in a piece of unprinted newsprint to prevent colors bleeding into one another. Pack books SPINE SIDE DOWN IN A SINGLE ROW on the bottom of the box. Do not stack books or other materials on top in box. Water damaged materials will sag and distort, especially under pressure, causing permanent deformities.
Waters, Peter. & Library of Congress. Office of the Assistant Director for Preservation. Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials / by Peter Waters, restoration officer, Office of the Assistant Director for Preservation, Administrative Department Library of Congress Washington.
Wikipedia Citation. GUIDELINES FOR WATER SALVAGE OF LIBRARY MATERIALS DRYING OPTIONS: Air drying Lay book flat, gently reshape, and put under a light weight to prevent warping.
3 Prepared for “Salvaging Mold and Water Damaged Library Materials: A Preservation Workshop” sponsored by the CARLI Preservation Committee.
8 Peter Waters, "Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials," in.A Primer on Disaster Preparedness, Management, and Response: Paper-Based Materials. (Washington: Smithsonian, NARA, Library of Congress, and National Park Service, ), by: 5.
Freezing and Drying of Book, Paper and Photographic Materials [PDF: KB / 4 pp.] (Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts) Procedures for Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials (Extracts from unpublished revised text by Peter Waters, ); Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials (First edition, ).
Salvage Operations for Water-damaged Archival Collections: A second Glance. In: "WAAC Newsletter 19", N°2, May WATERS, Peter. Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials.
3rd ed. - Washington. Press the book using light weight to make sure that the spines are not crushed or damaged. Check the book frequently to ensure that no mold is growing.
Recommended Reading: Clean, Dry, Repair, and Disinfect Paper. Related links: Procedures for Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials By Peter Waters - The Library of Congress.
Bonnie reviewed the types of materials in our salvage operation. The process and materials needed for drying or processing for conservation of each type were viewed for clarification.
Bonnie demonstrated how to salvage books, documents, photographic materials, film, CDs, DVDs, cassette tapes, and videotapes. View her handout for more information. Walsh, Betty. “Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Collections.” Western Association for Art Conservation Newslet May Includes a chart that is an excellent, succinct instructions of basic salvage procedures.
Waters, Peter. Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, ENVIRONMENT.
The Syracuse University Library’s Department of Preservation and Conservation (SULPreservation) offers a simple, silent tutorial showing how to salvage books that have been damaged by water or other soft liquids. It all comes down to the clever use of paper towels, a fan and a book press of some sort.
This video is part of a larger educational series about book repair. Most water-damaged materials from minor/moderate emergencies can be recovered in-house through air-drying. Depending on the degree to which the materials have been saturated, the drying process may last as long as a week or be completed in one day.
Some degree of physical distortion and staining can be expected with air-dried materials. Salvage Procedures for Wet Items. Salvage at a Glance. An Emergency Cart for Salvaging Water-Damaged Objects.
Salvage of Water-Damaged Collections: Salvage at a Glance. Water Emergency Demonstration. Salvaging Library and Archive Collections. Freezing and Drying of Book, Paper, and Photographic Materials. Disaster Recovery: Salvaging Books. Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials 2nd ed.
Washington: Library of Congress, [Originally published in WAAC Newsletter, boy, Reprinted with the permission of the Western Association for Art Conservation and Betty Walsh.]. Similar Items. Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials Author: Waters, Peter.
Published: () Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials Author: Waters, Peter, Published: () ; Preserving library materials: a manual Author: Swartzburg, Susan G., Published: ().
The book will be completly dry come morning, but you’ll still need to flatten out the pages. Stick the book between two boards and place some very heavy objects on top to press it flat. Cleaning and restoration of interiors & furnishings due to smoke & water damage Disaster recovery, cleaning and restoration of smoke, soot and water-damaged valuables, furnishings, carpeting, flooring, oriental rugs, draperies, etc.
Salvage manual for book collections. Priorities of preliminary safety and loss mitigation procedures after a fire. As a result of these two incidents, Mr. Waters wrote one of his best-known technical works, ''Procedures for Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials.'' It has been translated into Spanish.
A step by step guide to the Salvage and Recovery of water damaged books. Vacuum Freeze-Drying, a Method Used To Salvage Water-Damaged Archival and Library Materials: A RAMP Study with Guidelines. McCleary, John M. This Records and Archives Management Programme (RAMP) study covers the conservation of archival documents and the application of freeze-drying to the salvage of documents damaged by flood.
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Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Archival Collections: A Second Glance 5 8 Bohem, 11–12; Barton and Wellheiser, 59– 9 Peter Waters, “Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials,” in A Primer on Disaster Preparedness, Management, and Response: Paper-Based Size: KB.
Salvage Procedures for Water Damaged Materials I. A number of options are available for treating water damaged materials.
The choice of treatment will depend on the extent and type of damage incurred, and the manpower, expertise and facilities available. Non-Book Materials 1. Photographic Materials (prints, negatives, slides, film). Mass drying techniques for water damaged materials.
Purpose This plan establishes disaster prevention, response and recovery procedures to be followed in the event of a disaster threatening the holdings of the Hoover Institution Library and Archives. The plan SALVAGE OF WATER DAMAGED COLLECTIONS.
PAPER (UNBOUND): Size: KB. library is in most cases water damaged materials either as the aftermath of a fire or because of a flood. The Disaster Plan for the University of Toronto is limited to procedures for removal and salvage of library collections.
Its purpose is to minimize collection loss in the event of a disaster. The Melville House office and bookstore is open. We are lucky that the water level did not reach our elevated first floor space.
Libraries and bookstores throughout the Northeast experienced flooding and water damage, including our Dumbo neighbor, Powerhouse Books. If your books encountered water from the storm (even if you followed MobyLives precautionary measures) here are some tips from.
materials to replace those that are too battered or antiquated. If need be, almost all materials can be quite easily, if expensively, purchased new. Since salvaging water-damaged library materials is concerned primarily with saving information, the appearance of salvaged books and periodicals, while a consideration, is secondary.
Emergency Procedures for Salvage of Water Damaged Library Materials 1. Turn off heat and create free circulation of air. Keep fans and air-conditioning on day and night and use dehumidifiers and insure a constant flow of air is necessary to reduce the threat of mold.
Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog Emergency and Disaster Response, Salvage, and Recovery Techniques and Guidelines If you are accessing this information because you are currently in an emergency response situation and need immediate triage information, please also first see Stabilizing Wet Photographic Materials.
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Affairs one can assume like a abundant idea. Collection Salvage Priorities. Collection Salvage Supplies. Staff Emergency Procedures. EMERGENCY PLANNING & RECOVERY DOCUMENTS.
Salvage of Water Damaged Materials. Salvage Glossary. Emergency History. Locations Where This Plan is on File. Acknowledgments. Evacuation Plan & Maps [added by library] Copy of Insurance Policy [added by library].
The Northeast Document Conservation Center specializes in paper and book conservation. NEDCC performs conservation treatment for photographs, books, prints, documents, maps, and globes. NEDCC’s professional conservators also treat architectural plans, parchment, papyrus, wallpaper, and works of art on paper including charcoal drawings and watercolor paintings.Procedures for salvage of water-damaged library materials, Washington DC: Library of Congress,pgs.
3. Disaster Recovery: Restoration Methods (cont.).Basic library procedures: Preservation and disaster preparedness Replacing books is a drain on new acquisitions budgets and destruction of a book no longer in print is a loss of valuable information or enjoyable literature.
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