Pitt begins major deacidification project

From Library Journal:

The University of Pittsburgh\’s University Library System has taken steps to preserve at least 50,000 items in its collection of four million books, using Preservation Technology\’s deacidification process. Provost James Maher has earmarked $80,000 to start the work, which will continue with $50,000 in endowment money each year for the next ten years . . .

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