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Subject: Source of colored paper

Source of colored paper

From: Jessica S. Johnson <jsjohnson>
Date: Monday, March 4, 1996
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    Date: 29 Feb 96
    From: Cindy Ramotnik <ramotnik [at] unm__edu>
    Subject: Source of Colored "archival" paper
    To: Multiple recipients of list <nhcoll-l [at] ucmp1__Berkeley__EDU>

    I am forwarding this request for Dr. Robert Dickerman of the Division of
    Ornithology at the Museum of Southwestern Biology, University of New
    Mexico.  Please respond directly to him at: bobdickm [at] unm__edu.

    Dr. Dickerman is looking for a source of blue archival-quality paper for
    use as skin labels for topotypes of birds.  The labels will be attached to
    dry specimens only.  While archival-quality paper is available, it is sold
    only (?) in light colors.  Does anyone know of a source for colored,
    preferably blue, paper?  On a related matter, is it possible to dye
    "archival quality" paper so that it can retain this quality?  Thank you
    for your assistance.

    Cindy Ramotnik
    National Biological Service
    Collections Manager

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:61
                  Distributed: Thursday, March 7, 1996
                        Message Id: cdl-9-61-020
Received on Monday, 4 March, 1996

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