On 22/07/03, George Brock-Nannestad wrote:
> I have to disagree with outright refusal to accept (Walter Cybulski)
> that there is a problem. Just the illustrations placed between pages
> 210 and 211 give more answers to certain questions than any microfilm
> yet made. Here we see the colours of the 1898, 1901, 1905, 1907, and
> 1912 newspaper copies and we see global layout - this cannot be
> provided by black-and-white microforms. There are no stable colour
> microforms, only B/W.
The Ilford/Ciba colour microfilm seems to be still available, and is
said to have a life of several hundred years in the dark.
I know you can leave Ilford/Ciba colour prints in sunlight for years on
end with no sign of fading.
(This doesn't alter the desirability of preserving the original if
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