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close this book Prevention and treatment of mold in library collections with an emphasis on tropical climates: A RAMP study
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8. Selected bibliography

Agrawal, O.P. ed. Conservation in the Tropics: Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Seminar on Conservation of Cultural Property Feb. 7-16, 1972. Rome, International Centre for Conservation, n.d.

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Amdur, E.J. "Humidity Control-An Isolated Area Plan." Museum News, Part II, Technical Supplement 6, 43:4. December, 1964.

Asai, Hideo. "Microbiological Studies on Conservation of Paper and Related Cultural Property: Part I." Studies in Conservation, No.23 March 1984. In Japanese. Abstracted in Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts.

Ballard, Mary W. and Norbert S. Baer. "Ethylene Oxide Fumigation: Results and Risk Assessment." Restaurator 7: 143-168.

Beckwith, T.D., W.H. Swanson, and T,M. Iiams. "Deterioration of Paper: The Cause and Effect of Foxing." University of California Publications in Biological Sciences Vol. 1:13, 1940.

Belyakova, L.A., and O.V. Kozulima, eds. Collection of Materials on the Preservation of Library Resources No. 3. Moskva, 1958. Translated Israel Program for Scientific Translations. Jerusalem, National Science Foundation and the Council on Library Resources, 964.

Block, S.S. Humidity Requirements for Mold Growth." Applied Microbiology. No.1, 1953.

Brandt, Charles. "Planning an Environmentally Benign Fumigator/Freeze Dryer for the Provincial Archives of Manitoba." Preprints of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation, Baltimore, 1984.

Buland-Darwaza. "Planning of Libraries in the Tropics. " The Indian Architect, 6:13, September, 1964.

Burge, P. P., et al., "Fungi in Libraries: An Aerometric Survey." Mycopathologia, 64:2, 1980.

Byers, Barry. "A Simple and Practical Fumigation System." Abbey Newsletter, 7:4, Supplement, September, 1983.

Cassar, May. "Checklist for the Establishment of a Microclimate." Canadian Conservation Institute, 1984.

Clapp, Anne F. Curatorial Care of Works of Art on Paper. 4th rev. ed. New York, Nick Lyons Books, 1987.

Clark, Nancy, Thomas Cutter and Jean Ann McGrane. Ventilation: A Practical Guide. New York, Center for Occupation Hazards, 1984.

Clayton, C.N. "The Germination of Fungous Spores in Relation to Controlled Relative Humidity." Phytopathology, 32, 1942.

Craddock, Ann B. "Control of Temperature anti Humidity in Small Institutions." Bulletin No. 7, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York State Conservation Consultancy. New York, 1985.

Cunha, George M. "An Evaluation of Recent Developments for the Mass Drying of Books." Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic Value, John C. Williams, ed. Advances in Chemistry Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1977.

Daniels, V.D. and S.E. Wilthew. "An Investigation into the Use of Cobalt Salt Impregnated Papers for the Measurement of Relative Humidity." Studies in Conservation, 28:2, May, 1983.

Davis, Mary. "Preservation Using Pesticides: Some Words of Caution." Wilson Library Bulletin, February, 1985.

Dehumidification Handbook. Amesbury, Mass., Cargocaire Engineering Corp. 1982.

Dersarkissan, M., and M. Goodberry. "Experiments with non-toxic anti-fungal agents." Studies in Conservation, 25:1 1980.

"Disaster Prevention/Disaster Recovery Roundup: Guide to Manufacturers & Suppliers of Products and Services for Fire, Flood and Water Damage Control." Technology and Conservation, No. 2, 1983.

Entwistle, R. "Of floods, fans and freeze driers." Library and Archives Security, 5:35-39, Spring, 1983.

"Ethylene Oxide: A Potential Carcinogen." Paper Conservation News, No.2, 1982.

"Ethylene Oxide Fumigation." International Institute for Conservation Canadian Group Newsletter, 7:2, 1981.

Evans, B. "In-Between Tech (Building Technology Appropriate to the Third World)." Architectural Review, May, 1985.

Evans, Martin. "Designing in the Tropics." Architects' Journal, 166:46 November, 1977.

Fischer, D. J. "Conservation Research: Fumigation and Sterilization of Flood Contaminated Library, Office, Photographic, and Archival Materials." The Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic Value, John C. Williams, ed. 1977.

Florian, Mary-Lou. "The Thymol Cabinet-Fungicidal Efficiency." Research Report, Canadian Conservation Institute, 1975.

Fry, Maxwll and Jane Drew. Tropical Architecture in the Humid Zone. New York, Reinhold, 1956.

Greathouse, Glenn A. and Carl J. Wessel, eds. Deterioration of Materials, Causes and Preventive Techniques. New York, Reinhold, 1954.

Gillet, M., C. Gainier, and F. Flieder. "Glass Plate Negatives." Restaurator, 7:2, 1986.

Haines, John H. and Stuart A. Kohler. "An Evaluation of Ortho-Phenyl Phenol as a fungicidal Fumigant for Archives and Libraries." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 25:1, Spring, 1986.

Heim, Roger, Francoise Flieder and Jacqueline Nicot. "Combatting Moulds Which Develop on Cultural Properties in Tropical Climates." Conservation of Cultural Properties with Special Reference to Tropical Climates. Lausanne, Switzerland: UNESCO, 1968.

Horton, Carolyn. Cleaning and Preserving Bindings and Related Materials Conservation of Library Materials series. Chicago, American Library Association, 1967.

"Hotel Made for the Tropics. Honeycombed El Panama is Air-Conditioned by the Trade Winds." Architectural Forum, 94:138-145, April, 1951.

Hunter, Dard. Papermaking, the History and Technique of an Ancient Craft. New York, Dover, 1978.

Jones, Barclay G. Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters. Boston, Butterworths, 1936.

Kodak. "Prevention and Removal of Fungus on Prints and Film.." #AE-22, 1974.

____. "Treating Water Damage, Preservation of Photographs." #F-30, 1979.

Kowalik, R. "Biodeterioration of Library Material." Restaurator, 4:2-9, 1980, and 6:1-2, 1984.

Kukreja, C.P. Tropical Architecture. New Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1978.

Lollar, Robert M. "Leather." Deterioration of Materials, Greathouse and Wessell, 1954.

McGiffin, Robert F. "A Current Status Report on Fumigation in Museums and Historical Agencies." American Association for State and Local History, Technical Report 4, 1985.

MacLeod, K.J. Relative Humidity: Its Importance, Measurement and Control in Museums. Canadian Conservation Institute Technical Bulletin No.1 Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1978.

Merck and Company. The Merck Chemical Index of ChemicaIs and Drugs. 10th ed. Rahway, N.J., Merck and Co., 1983.

Meynell, G.G., and R.J. Newsam. "Foxing in Paper." Nature, 274:3, 1978.

Nagin, Deborah, and Michael McCann. "Thymol and O-Phenyl Phenol: Safe Work Practices." New York, Center for Occupational Hazards, 1982.

Nyuksaha, U.P. "Some Special cases of Biodeterioration of Books." Restaurator, 5:3-4, 1982.

Oakley, David. Tropical Houses; A Guide to their Design. London, Batsford, 1961.

Padfield, Tim. "The Control of Relative Humidity and Air Pollution in Show-cases and Picture Frames." Studies in Conservation, 11:1, February, 1966.

Parker, Thomas A. "Integrated Pest Management for Libraries." Integrated Pest Management, Philadelphia, Pa., unpublished paper, 1986.

Plenderleith, H.J. and A.E.A. Werner. The Conservation of Antiquites and Works of Art, 2nd ed. London, Oxford University Press, 1971.

Press, R.E. "Observations on Foxing of Paper." International Biodeterioration Bulletin, 2:1, Birmingham, England, 1976.

St. George, R.A., T.E. Snyder, W.W. Dykstra, L.S. Henderson, and others. "Biological Agents of Deterioration." Deterioration of Materials, Greathouse and Wessell. New York, Reinhold, 1954.

Shoulberg, Richard. "Stabilization Using Freeze-Drying." Conservation Administration, New England Document Conservation Center, North Andover, Mass. 1975.

Smith, Richard D. "Fumigation Dilemma: More Overkill or Common Sense?" New Library Scene, 3:6, December, 1984.

____."The Use of Redesigned and Mechanically Modified Commercial Freezers to Dry Water-wetted Books and Exterminate Insects" Restaurator, 6:3-4, Copenhagen, 1984.

Solechnik, N.Y. ed. New Methods for the Restoration and Preservation of Documents and Books. Academy of Science of the USSR. Translated by Israel Program for Scientific Translations. Jerusalem, National Science Foundation and Council on Library Resources, 1964.

Strassburg, Richard. "The Use of Fumigants in Archival Repositories." American Archivist, Vol. 41, January 1978.

Strassburg, Richard. "Further Information on the Use of Ethylene Oxide as a Library and Archival Fumigant." Society of American Archivists Leaflet, 1983.

Sykes, G. Desinfection and Sterilization. London, Spon,

Thomson, Garry. "Climate and the Museum in the Tropics." Conservation in the Tropics. Rome, International Centre for Conservation, 1972.

____, ed. London Conference on Museum Climatology, 18-23 Sept. 1967. London, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1968.

____. The Museum Environment. London and Toronto, Butterworths, 1978.

Trewartha, Glen T. An Introduction to Weather and CIimate. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1943.

Vance, Mary. "Tropical Architecture: A Bibliography." Vance Bibliographies Architectural Series #A 738. 1982

Walters, A. Harry and E.H. Hueck-Van der Plas, eds. Biodeterioration of Materials Vol II. New York, Halsted Press, Wiley & Sons, 1971.

Waterer, John W. "Leather Objects." Textile Conservation, J.E. Leene, ed. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1972.

Waters, Peter. Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials 2nd ed. Washington, Library of Congress, 1979.

Weidner, Marilyn Kemp. Instructions on How to Unframe Wet Prints. Cooperstown, N.Y., New York State Historical Association Library, 1973.

Wessel, Carl J. "Envirornmental Factors Afftecting the Permanence of Library Materials." Deterioration and Preservation of Library Materials, Winger and Smith, eds. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1970.

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Williams, John C. ed. The Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic Value, Symposium Sponsored by the Cellulose Paper and Textiles Division, 172nd Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, California, August 30-31, 1976. Advances in Chemistry Series, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. 1977.