"The preservation and restoration of photographic materials in archives and libraries: a ramp study with guidelines", Klaus B. Hendriks, Paris 1984 : [recenzja] / Stanisław Nawrocki.

@inproceedings{Nawrocki1986ThePA,
  title={"The preservation and restoration of photographic materials in archives and libraries: a ramp study with guidelines", Klaus B. Hendriks, Paris 1984 : [recenzja] / Stanisław Nawrocki.},
  author={S. Nawrocki and K. Hendriks},
  year={1986}
}
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