Note: This bibliography is updated as new and/or related articles are published in conservation literature.
Selected Pre-Coated Repair Materials Bibliography
Albro, S., J. Biggs, C. Dekle, M. Haude, C. Karnes, and Y. Khan. 2008. Developing Guidelines for Iron-Gall Ink Treatment at the Library of Congress. BPG Annual 27: 129-166. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v27/bp27-20.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Anderson, P. and A. Puglia. 2003. Solvent-Set Book Repair Tissue. BPG Annual 22: 3-8. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v22/bp22-02.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Anderson, P. and S. Reidell. 2009. Adhesive Pre-Coated Repair Materials. Handout from the Archives Conservation Discussion Group and Library Collections Conservation Discussion Group, American Institute for Conservation 37th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/exec/meetings/2009/ACDG_2009_AndersonReidell.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Arslanoglu, J. and C. Tallent. 2003. Evaluation of the Use of Aquazol as an Adhesive in Paintings Conservation. WAAC Newsletter 25(2): 12-18. http://cool.conservation-us.org/waac/wn/wn25/wn25-2/wn25-205.pdf
Arslanoglu, J. 2004. Aquazol as Used in Conservation Practice. WAAC Newsletter 26(1): 10-15. http://cool.conservation-us.org/waac/wn/wn26/wn26-1/wn26-105.pdf
Baker, C. 1982. Methylcellulose & Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose: Uses in Paper Conservation. BPG Annual 1. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v01/bp01-04.html
Baker, C. 1984. Methylcellulose and Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose: An Evaluation for Use in Paper Conservation Through Accelerated Aging. In Adhesives and Consolidants, ed. N. S. Brommelle et al. London: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. 55-59.
Baker, C. 1992. The Role Viscosity Grade Plays When Choosing Methylcellulose As a Sizing Agent. Manchester 1992, Conference Papers. The Institute of Paper Conservation. 219-222.
Baker, C. 2007. Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose (SCMC) Re-evaluated for Paper, Book, Papyrus, and Textile Conservation. BPG Annual 26: 177-185. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v26/bp26-32.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Barrett, T, N. Bonham, G. Campbell, K. Hanson and L. Ohman. 1988. Inexpensive Forming of Ultra-Thin Paper Tissues: A method devised by the following members of the 1988 Paper and Book Intensive (PBI) Mending Group: Tim Barrett, Neal Bonham, Greg Campbell, Kathy Hanson and Lil Ohman. Abbey Newsletter 12:8. http://cool.conservation-us.org/byorg/abbey/an/an12/an12-8/an12-812.html (accessed 03/13/14)
Beenk, J. M. Kaye, L. Miller. 2009. Archives Conservation Discussion Group 2009: Conservation and Preservation Approaches for Stabilizing Large-Scale Collections. BPG Annual 28: 99-106. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v28/bp28-18.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Berger, G. 1975. Heat-seal lining of a torn painting with Beva 371. Studies in conservation 20:126-151.
Biggs, J. and S. Peckham. 2009. Preparation of Heat-Set Tissue. In house publication, Move/Stabilization Team, Library of Congress.
Book and Paper Group. 1989. Paper Conservation Catalog Chapter 46: Adhesives. http://www.conservation-wiki.com/wiki/Adhesives_for_Paper
Brückle, I. 1996. Update: Remoistenable Lining with Methyl Cellulose Adhesive Preparation. BPG Annual 15. http://aic.stanford.edu/sg/bpg/annual/v15/bp15-03.html (accessed 03/13/14)
Cains, A. 1992. A Facing Method for Leather, Paper and Membrane. Manchester 1992, Conference Papers. The Institute of Paper Conservation. 153-157.
Charles, V. 2008. Cold Gelatine Adhesive. Journal of Paper Conservation (PapierRestaurierung) 9(3): 11-12.
Charles, V. and E. Kotze. 2009. Cold Gelatine Adhesive (poster). Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property (CAC) 31st Annual Conference and Workshop, Vancouver, Canada. https://www.cac-accr.ca/files/pdf/gelatine.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Creech, D. (blog) Posted May 26, 2015. http://www.conservators-converse.org/ 2015/05/43rd-annual-meeting-book-paper-session-may-15-heat-set-tissue-ﬁnding-a- practical-solution-of-adhesives-by-lauren-varga-and-jennifer-k-herrmann/ (accessed 08/05/15)
Curtis, A. and Y. Uchida. 2011. Which Gelatine to Use? The Choices for Conservators. (poster). Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. http://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/discovercci-decouvriricc/PDFs/Poster%20-%20Curtis%20and%20Uchida%20-%20English.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Dekle, C. and M. Haude. 2008. Iron-Gall Ink Treatment at the Library of Congress: Old Manuscripts, New Tools. BPG Annual 27: 15-26. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v27/bp27-04.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Dow Chemical. 2012. Cellulose Ethers: Technical Overview and Product Guide. www.dowconstructionchemicals.com/na/en/pdfs/832-00226.pdf
Down, J., M. MacDonald, J. Tétreault, and R. Williams. 1996. Adhesive Testing at the Canadian Conservation Institute: An Evaluation of Selected Poly(Vinyl Acetate) and Acrylic Adhesives. Studies in Conservation 41 (1): 19-44. https://www.iiconservation.org/system/files/publications/journal_article/1996/s1996down.jpg (accessed 03/13/14)
Down, J., R. Williams, S. Tse, and S. Guild. 2006. The CCI Tapes and Heat-set Tissues Project. Journal of Paper Conservation (PapierRestaurierung) 7 (1): 13-17.
Down, J., S. Guild, G. Hill, D. St-Jacques, K. Westbury, E. O’Loughlin, E. Kaminska, R. Williams, J. Iraci, and S. Tse. 2011. Update on the CCI Adhesive Tape and Heat-Set Tissues Project. Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. https://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/symposium/2011/Paper%205%20-%20Down%20et%20al.%20-%20English.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Duffy, M. 1989. A Study of Acrylic Dispersions Used in the Treatment of Paintings. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 28 (2): 67-77. http://cool.conservation-us.org/jaic/articles/jaic28-02-002.html (accessed 03/13/14)
Feller, R., and M. Wilt. 1990. Evaluation of Cellulose Ethers for Conservation. The J. Paul Getty Trust. https://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/pdf_publications/cellulose_ethers.html (accessed 03/16/14)
Hawkes, R. 2011. The Use of Lascaux Acrylic Dispersions in Paper Conservation (poster). Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. https://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/symposium/2011/abstract_biography-resume_biographie-eng.aspx#abs-bio20 (accessed 03/13/14)
Horie, V. 1987. Materials for Conservation – Adhesives, Consolidants, and Lacquers. Butterworths (2nd Ed. 2010).
Horie, V. “Keynote Presentation: Does What We WANT Exist?” Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. https://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/discovercci-decouvriricc/PDFs/Paper%201%20-%20Horie%20-%20English.pdf
Jacobi, E. and C. Phan Tan Luu. Practice-in-Conservation, The local repairs on iron gall ink workshop. http://practice-in-conservation.com/ (website).
Jacobi, E., B. Reissland, C. Phan Tan Luu, B. van Velzen, and F. Ligterink. 2011. Rendering the Invisible Visible: Preventing Solvent-Induced Migration During Local Repairs on Iron Gall Ink. Journal of Paper Conservation (PapierRestaurierung) 12 (2): 25-34. http://www.kennisvoorcollecties.nl/dmsdocument/124 (accessed 03/13/14)
Jewell, S. 2011. “Digitization at the Walters Art Museum: Islamic and Western Materials” Archives Conservation Discussion Group, American Institute for Conservation 39th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. BPG Annual, 30: 115-127. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v30/bp30-17.pdf (accessed 03/16/14)
Karsten, I., and J. Down. 2005. The effect of adhesive concentration, reactivation time, and pressure on the peel strength of heat and solvent-reactivated Lascaux 360/498 HV bonds to silk. In ICOM Committee for Conservation 14th Triennial Meeting, The Hague, 12- 16 September 2005, Preprints Volume II. London: James & James. 927-935. http://www.viks.sk/chk/14tmh_89.doc (accessed 03/16/14)
Kolbe, G. 2004. Gelatine in Historical Paper Production and as Inhibiting Agent for Iron-Gall Ink Corrosion on Paper. Restaurator, 25 (1): 26-39. http://www.viks.sk/chk/res_1_04_26_39.doc (accessed 03/13/14)
Kronthal, L, J. Levinson, C. Dignard, E. Chao, and J. Down. 2003. BEVA 371 and its use as an adhesive for skin and leather repairs: background and a review of treatments. Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 42 (2): 341-362. http://cool.conservation-us.org/jaic/articles/jaic42-02-009.html (accessed 03/13/14)
Lau-Lamb, L. 2007. A New Material for the Conservation of Papyrus. BPG Annual 26. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v26/bp26-33.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
Lechuga, K. 2011. Aquazol-Coated Remoistenable Mending Tissues. Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. https://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/discovercci-decouvriricc/PDFs/Paper%206%20-%20Lechuga%20-%20English.pdf(accessed 03/13/14)
Lundgren, A, H. Murata, J. Chen, I. Lutterer, E. Simonova-Bulat, F. Valverde, K. Jennings, and S. Shpargel. 2002. Cycle 2 group project: Non-aqueous Adhesives. Research from the Andrew W. Mellon Advanced Residency Program in Photograph Conservation at George Eastman House. http://notesonphotographs.org/images/a/aa/Non-Aqueous_Adhesives_for_web.pdf (accessed 03/15/14)
Martin, A., V. Rouchon, T. Aubry, N. Cauliez, M. Desroches, and M. Margez. 2011. Local Strenghtening of Mould-Damaged Manuscripts: A Case Study on Logbooks of Early French Expeditions in Louisiana (1684-1722). Journal of Paper Conservation (PapierRestaurierung) 12 (1): 21-28. http://www.academia.edu/3555797/Local_strengthening_of_mould_damaged_manuscripts_a_case_study_on_logbooks_of_early_French_expeditions_in_Louisiana_1684-1722_ (accessed 03/16/14)
McCann, L., and W. Haun. 2009. Library Collections Conservation Discussion Group 2009: Library Collections Conservation 2.0 – New Directions. New and/or Adaptive Materials, Methods and Technologies Used in the Conservation Treatment and Housing of Library Collections. BPG Annual 28: 107-112. http://cool.conservation-us.org/coolaic/sg/bpg/annual/v28/bp28-19.pdf (accessed 03/16/14)
McGlinchey, C., R. Ploeger, A. Colombo, R. Simonutti, M. Palmer, O. Chiantore, R. Proctor, B. Lavédrine, and E. R. de la Rie. 2011. Lining and Consolidating Adhesives: Some New Developments and Areas of Future Research. Proceedings of the Canadian Conservation Institute Symposium 2011 – Adhesives and Consolidants for Conservation. Ottawa, Canada. https://www.cci-icc.gc.ca/symposium/2011/Paper%2015%20-%20McGlinchey%20et%20al.%20-%20English.pdf (accessed 03/13/14)
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Newman, W. 2006. Preservation of New York’s Bellevue Wall of Prayers. Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference of The Institute of Paper Conservation, Edinburgh, Scotland. 147-154.
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