2 edition of Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books found in the catalog.
Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books
Thomas M. Iiams
|Statement||by Thomas M. Iams and T.D.Beckwith.|
|Contributions||Beckwith, T. D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Foxing Stains on Books, Papers, Photographs: cause, cure, prevention. Our photograph of book foxing illustrates foxing stains on the page edges of the book discussed in this article.
Photograph taken in direct sunlight. [Click to enlarge any image] Article Series Contents. FOXING STAINS on BOOKS & PAPERS. CAUSES of RUSTY or FOXING STAINS on.
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Hams, T. Beckwith. Notes on the causes and prevention of foxing in books [Thomas Marion Iiams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One of the few studies of this phenomena. Minor wear around edges. A small pocket is mounted at the bottom corner of the front pastedown.
Light foxing. 16 pages with 4 illustrations. cloth. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Iiams, Thomas Marion, Notes on the causes and prevention of foxing in books. London: H.W. Edwards, Get this from a library. Notes on the causes and prevention of foxing in books.
[Thomas M Iiams; T D Beckwith]. Questions & answers on identifying & removing foxing stains on books, papers & photographs. This article series defines book & paper foxing - those reddish-brown stains found on some old books, papers, photographs, and other paper products.
We provide and cite an extensive list of authoritative references about foxing: cause, cure, and prevention. This is always a problem if, like me, you have loads of books lying around.
Once the pages of a book start to yellow, there's no going back. To prevent pages from becoming discoloured and brittle, here's a few things you can do. Avoid Sunlight S. Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History / List of Issues / Volume 1, Issue 4 / Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books.
By T. Iiams and T. Beckwith. London (H. Edwards), Pp. 16, 4 pls. Price 3s. Iiams, Thomas M. and T. Beckwith. Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books. The Library QuarterlyLigterink, Frank J., Henk J. Porek and Wim J. Smit. Foxing Stains and Discoloration of Leaf Margins and Paper Surrounding Printing Ink: Elements of a Complex Phenomenon in Books.
The Paper Conservator. Foxing. The term 'foxing' describes disfiguring small yellow brown spots or blotches on paper. Two main causes are mould and iron contaminants in the paper. Moulds feed on the paper itself, as well as any dirt or organic material on it, for example, finger marks, food stains and squashed insects.
sive final report on foxing, nor, indeed, are we ready to do so, for there are theoretical suppositions that still need to be con-firmed experimentally. Consequently, we have selected as our title, "Notes on the causes and prevention of foxing in books." If one examines microscopically a foxed area in paper, one.
() Book Notices. Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Boohs. By T. Iiams and T. Beckwith. London (H. Edwards), Pp. 16, 4 pis. Price 3s. This booklet is very welcome as giving the results of a scientific study of the problem of " foxing " in books.
As the authors point out, their researches are not completed, and the present work is in the nature of an interim. Ireland and Natural Gas by Bunyan, Richard J: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Single sheet. Probably once a rear cover for a soft cover book.
With James Connolly quote on verso. Seller Inventory # Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books. Iams, T. M and beckwith, T. Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog Mold and Foxing Remediation for Photographic Materials Date: Initiated September Contributors: Luisa Casella, Amanda Maloney, Stephanie Watkins The Photographic Materials Conservation Catalog is produced by the Photographic Materials Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works as a convenience for the membership.
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Iiams, T. and Beckwith, T. D., “Notes on the Causes and Prevention of Foxing in Books,” a paper read before the Large College and Reference Libraries Section of the American Library Association, Denver, June 24–29, Plain home talk about the human system: the habits of men and women, the causes and prevention of disease, our sexual relations and social natures: embracing medical common sense applied to causes, prevention, and cure of chronic diseases, the natural relations of men and women to each other, society, love, marriage, parentage.
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If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know that an extra shipping fee is items are subject to prior sale.Xerophilic fungi produce rust-colored spots. Often seen on the pages of old books or antique linens, these freckle like spots called ‘foxing’ are the result of a melanin type exudate, not rust.
Oxidative bleaching with hydrogen peroxide may reduce the color but will further weaken the cloth or paper. Cautionary Notes.A number of researchers have studied the causes of foxing and have found evidence of bacterial  or fungal  growth. Other workers have used atomic spectroscopy to examine the role of.