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Wendy, I know of a variety of products like this through doing archival
paper storage (I worked at a publishing museum) - the process is called
encapsulation, and it is used for preserving old papers without causing
permanent damage like lamination.
University Products, Inc., P.O. Box 101, 517 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01041
Phone: 800-628-1912 · Fax: 800-532-9281
Outside U.S. and Canada, Phone: 413-532-3372 · Fax: 413-532-9281
Or, you can visit their web site through this link:
This is not University's own URL, but you can get there through "Suppliers"
or "Conservation" - This is the "Book Arts Web" site and really nearly
unbelievable in scope and quality. (THANKS to whoever -I suspect Sandra B -
first posted the Book Arts Web site)
University has an Excellent catalog, - one of those things I think Every
Body Should Have - but don't bother requesting one by email, because you
will never get it (in my experience) - go with the toll free number.
They have been in business a long time, have lots of good things like acid
free tissue and UV filters to slip over different types of light bulbs.