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Three Navajo @ Carlisle

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Old 11-17-2009, 09:21 AM
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Three Navajo @ Carlisle

Hi: The image I am attaching is of three young Navajo's at the time they entered into The Carlisle Indian School....Ca. 1880.
I had the glass negative professionally cleaned (slightly), a good copy made, and both put in a frame with archival glass. I am getting concerned that continuing to display it will make the negative disappear. I would hate to have that happen. There is no direct light hitting the frame but the room does have 3 windows in it so there is ample ambient light. The only solution I could think of was would be to drape a sheet of archival paper over the negative side....it would look odd, but it might protect the negative. The photo of the frame is included but it was hard to get a good shot due to the glass. I tend to worry, and hope someone can tell me if I am worrying unnecessarily. Thanks.
For some reason one of the photos didn't upload, but I think you can judge from what is here. Thanks..again!
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Old 11-17-2009, 02:53 PM
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Re: Three Navajo @ Carlisle

There is a separate forum called History-Conservation-Repair at the link below. It might drum up some responses more quickly.
http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/his...vation-repair/
Regards, Murray
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Old 11-17-2009, 03:37 PM
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Re: Three Navajo @ Carlisle

Thank you again. I just sent a copy of my question to the History-Conservation-Repair section. I am sure someone out there will have an answer for me. Regards, Joanne
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