The US National Park Service publishes what they call Conserve-O-Grams on a variety of subjects (too numerous to post here). All of the Grams are available in pdf from the above website. Enjoy downloading.
MAKING MATERIAL CHOICES FOR PAPER AND PHOTOGRAPHS
The Regional Alliance for Preservation (RAP) began in February 1997 as a pilot project of the Commission on Preservation and Access (Washington, DC) to foster cooperation among the Preservation Field Service programs funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. When pilot-project funding ended in February 1998, participants decided to continue RAP as a cooperative program, and in October of that year, the alliance expanded to include members of the Association of Regional Conservation Centers (ARCC). Initial funding enabled RAP to begin publishing an occasional newsletter. The Institute for Museum and Library Services has funded the development of this Web site.
TECHNICAL LEAFLET, STORAGE AND HANDLING, 4.4 STORAGE ENCLOSURES FOR BOOKS AND ARTIFACTS ON PAPER by Sherelyn Ogden Head of Conservation Minnesota Historical Society.
TECHNICAL LEAFLET, PHOTOGRAPHS, 5.3 CARE OF PHOTOGRAPHS Gary Albright Conservator in Pivate Practice, Monique Fisher Senior Photograph Conservator, Northeast Document Conservation Center
A papermaker's view of the standard for permanent paper, ISO 9706 by Inga-Lisa Svensson Mo & Domsjo AB, Ornskoldsvik, Sweden and Ylwa Alwarsdotter Stora Fine Paper AB, Nymolla, Sweden
The National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) is the nonprofit organization created by the U.S. Congress to help save America's film heritage. We support activities nationwide that preserve American films and improve film access for study, education, and exhibition.
NISO, the National Information Standards Organization, a non-profit association accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), identifies, develops, maintains, and publishes technical standards to manage information in our changing and ever-more digital environment. NISO standards apply both traditional and new technologies to the full range of information-related needs, including retrieval, re-purposing, storage, metadata, and preservation.
Zeolite Molecular Traps and Their Use in Preventative Conservation
WAAC, the Western Association for Art Conservation, is a nonprofit membership organization for professional conservators. WAAC was founded in 1975 to bring together conservators practicing in the western United States to exchange ideas, information and news. Although WAAC is specifically a regional organization for the western states including Alaska and Hawaii, any individual or institution may become a member regardless of location or national boundary. All payments to WAAC, however, must be drawn on a US bank in US dollars.