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Literature cited

1. John H. Haines 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, p.54.

2. A. Baines-Cope. "The Choice of Biocides for Library and Archival Material." Biodeterioration of Materials, Walters and Hueck-Van der Plas, eds. p. 392.

3. G.J.M. Van der Kerk. "The Chemical Approach to Diodeterioration Prevention: Retrospects and Prospects." Biodeterioration of Materials, Walters and Hueck-Van der Plas, eds. pp.3-4.

4. Van der Kerk, p. 10.

5. Carl J. Wessel. "Paper." Deterioration of Materials. Greathouse and Wessel, p. 375.

6. Baines-Cope, p. 383.

7. John P. Barton and Johanna G. Wellheiser, eds. An Ounce of Prevention. Ontario, Toronto Area Archives Group Education Foundation, 1985. p. 63.

8. Mary W. Ballard and Norbert S. Baer. ''Ethylene Oxide Fumigation: Results and Risk Assessment." Restaurator Vol. 7, 1986. pp.143-168.

9. OSHA. Federal Register, Occupational Exposure to Ethylene _ de, Final Standard 29CFR Part 1910 (June 22, 1984). Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Labor, 1984.

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

11. Haines and Kohler, pp. 49-55.