The Cold Storage of Photographic Collections Using Conventional Freezer Technology

by Mark McCormick-Goodhart, Vice President, Old Town Editions, Inc.

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Mark McCormick-Goodhart
Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc.
713 State Street
Grinnell, Iowa 50112

Mark McCormick-Goodhart, Vice President, Old Town Editions, Inc.

Old Town Editions is a digital imaging, fine art printing, and publishing company in Alexandria, Virginia. Mark McCormick-Goodhart's research includes physical and chemical effects of environmental cycling and specialization in low temperature storage. He also works on research with Wilhelm Imaging Research, Incorporated in Grinnell, Iowa regarding the image permanence of ink jet photographs and on the use of sealed cabinets for passive microclimate control of photograph and manuscript collections in conventional freezers.

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