The Archival Chamber of Horrors:Some of this problems that are common

The Archival Chamber of Horrors:Some of this problems that are common

A few of the typical dilemmas are small:

1) Paper clips, staples, and paper pins

Paper clip indentation

Most of the paper material donated to us is held as well as paper videos, staples, and, if it is older, paper pins1 or brads. Paper fasteners are fairly innocuous–they leave indentations or holes that are small the corners for the pages, but that is about any of it. Things have much even even worse, though, in the event that documents have wet. The steel fasteners rust and “melt” in to the paper, leaving residue and making the fastener almost impractical to remove without tearing away the main web web page. (Thankfully, we now haven’t seen anywhere near this much and I also couldn’t appear with a good example of it to picture.)