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Re: glues

On Thu, 14 Mar 1996 PWSPARKS@aol.com wrote:

> I'm sorry that I can't be more specific, but a couple days ago someone
> volunteered to send someone else a list of glues that are used in putting
> fossil bones back together.

Yep, typing away like mad, me. I've challenged several of the top 
participants in last summer's geological conservation course to put 
together the much-discussed wall chart of adhesives and consolidants 
commonly encountered in geology work. They may not be as smart as I 
thought they were, because they've agreed to do this. This will be a 
small (11" x 17") chart issued with the fall newsletter of the Society 
for the Preservation of Natural History Collections. If you join SPNHC, 
you'll get a copy automatically. If not, you'll have to get a copy from 
me, later. The first technical leaflet on anoxic enclosures and 
microenvironments came out in the spring SPNHC newsletter last week.
I can't offer the adhesives wall chart before the fall because SPNHC has 
proprietary rights, but I can promise that it is in the chute. Cheers, 
Sally Shelton

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