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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

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

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