Glass Plate Negatives. Preservation and Restoration

@inproceedings{Gillet1986GlassPN,
  title={Glass Plate Negatives. Preservation and Restoration},
  author={M. Gillet and Chantal Garnier and Françoise Flieder},
  year={1986}
}
2. PRESERVATION: BIBLIOGRAPHIC SURVEY 2.1 Deteriorations 2.2 Storage 2.3 Restoration 2.3.1 Cleaning of glass plate negatives 2.3.2 Adhesion of emulsion to glass 2.3.3 Glueing of broken or cracked plates 2.3.4 The transfer of the emulsion to another base 2.3.5 Chemical restoration 2.3.6 Duplication Conclusion 3. EXPERIMENTATION 3.1 Identification of the glass plate negative manufacturing process 3.2 Cleaning of the gelatin glass plates 3.3 Restoration of the peeling glass plate negatives… 
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