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‘Vinegar rot' threatens library microfilm

  15.05.11 11:14am

RACINE – Recorded history has been slowly disintegrating at the Racine Public Library: the degradation of periodicals captured on microfilm.

The story is here: http://journaltimes.com/news/local/vinegar-rot-threatens-library-microfilm/article_9cc84460-ed9d-5e4d-a9ab-230aba71523e.html