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American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
Allergic Conditions: Molds

Archival Products News
Volume 10, No. 3
This edition features two articles about mold in libraries and archives: "Chlorine Dioxide: A Treatment for Mold in Libraries" by Kristina L. Southwell and "Coping With a Mold Outbreak in the Archives" by Pat Morris.

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
Mold Allergy

California Environmental Health Investigation Branch
Mold

Cornell University Library
Library Preservation and Conservation: Mold

Environmental Protection Agency
Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings

Environmental Protection Agency
Mold Resources

Florian, Mary Lou.
"Aseptic Technique: A Goal to Strive for in Collection Recovery of Moldy Archival Materials and Artifacts." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 39, no.1 (Spring 2000): 107-115.

Kaplan, Hilary A.
Mold: A Follow-up

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Guidelines on Assessment and Remediation of Fungi in Indoor Environments

Nyuksha, J. P., O. A. Gromov, and J. V. Pokrovskaja.
"Mass Processing of Documents for Fungi Contamination Control." Proceedings of the ICOM Committee for Conservation Conference, August 1990, pp. 26-31.

Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Mold

Patkus, Beth Lindblom
Emergency Salvage of Moldy Books and Paper

Smithsonian Institution Archives
I've got mold in my files

University of Minnesota
Managing Water Infiltration into Buildings: A Systematized Approach for Remediating Water Problems in Buildings due to Floods, Roof Leaks, Portable Water Leaks, Sewage Backup, Steam Leaks and Groundwater Infiltration

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