Re: Glass Negative Help Needed - a bit OT
Light Impressions had a really spiffy 4X5 film negative storage kit available. I looked at their site and they now have some flip top boxes that seem to be smaller and thus more sturdy than the larger ones that came with the 4X5 kits. Might be a good solution since the boxes are acid free and readily available...no time spent waiting for someone to knock up wooden boxes. LI's 4X5 sleeves consist of a poly sleeve for the neg that slips into an envelope with room on it for writing data...doubt that these would accomodate the glass plates since they're made for film and are rather thin but you might call Light Impressions and ask them what they have on hand. They make chemically inert corrugated cardboard now and that might make good seperators for the individual glass plates.
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