References & Links
The following web sites were carefully chosen as being the most current and useful for those interested in further reading. Please report any dead links so I can update this page.
The Canadian Conservation Institute. Click HERE
Pegasus Associates, Inc. Makers of UV filters for fluorescent lighting. An excellent explanation of the causes of light damage. Click HERE
City of Vancouver Archives conservation topics: Click HERE
State Library of Tasmania conservation topics. Click HERE
The Canadian Conservation Institute. Article: Relative humidity and temperature guidelines: What's happening? Click HERE
The following articles and journals were accessed for the content of this web site and are recommended for further reading.
Michalski, S. (1993).Relative Humidity: A Discussion of Correct/Incorrect Values.ICOM-CC 10th Meeting, Washington, D.C., (ICOM-CC: Paris), pp. 624-629.

Horowitz, E.(1981).Textile preservation : A handbook for today's stitcher and textile collector. Long Beach, Calif:Needlework Treasures.

Landrey, G. (2000). The Winterthur guide to caring for your collection. New England: University Press of New England.

Report. (1992) Science for conservators: Cleaning. Routledge: Museums and Galleries Commission Conservation Unit.

Organ. R.M. (1968). : Design for scientific conservation of antiquities. London: Butterworths.

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