Tuesday, May 31, 2005

C-Line 11x17 Sheet Protectors Listed as Archival

From: Michelle Chubenko michelle@chubenko.us

Since I've purchased 11x17 archival sheet protectors at 2003 FGS in Orlando, I was quick to assume they were Avery. However, in digging out the binder with the 11x17 sheets, I found that I purchased C-Line 11x17 sheet protectors. This online office supply page highlights a bunch of 11x17 sheet protectors:
http://www.keysan.com/ksumo26.htm including C-Line, and others. It would appear that C-Line are the only one that says archival, but the Esselte-Pendaflex version is made of polypropelene.

**C-Line Products**
Item Number CLI62237
Capacity Two 8-1 / 2 x 11 or one 17 x 11 document
Color(s) Clear
Description Panoramic Fold-Out Sheet Protectors Design For unpunched sheets Finish Clear Load Style Center / Material(s) Heavyweight, archival quality polypropylene Punched / Unpunched 3-hole punched Size 8-1 / 2 x 11, folds out to 17 x 11 Quantity / Unit 25 per box Special Features / Suggested Use No photocopy transfer; double-wide; fits 3-ring binder

Item Number ESS06325
Capacity Two 8-1 / 2 x 11 or one 11 x 17 document
Color(s) Clear
Description Fold-Out Style Sheet Protectors / Finish Clear / Gauge Heavyweight / Load Style Side / Material(s) Polypropylene / Punched / Unpunched 3-hole punched/ Size 8-1 / 2 x 11 folded, 11 x 17 infolded / Quantity: Unit 25 per box

Best regards,
Michelle Tucker Chubenko
Professional Genealogist:
"Things don't turn up in this world until somebody turns them up."
- James A. Garfield
Ukraine WorldGenWeb:
NJGenWeb: Monmouth County - http://www.rootsweb.com/~njmonmo2
OKGenWeb Adair Co.: http://www.rootsweb.com/~okadair/adaircty.htm
AdairCoArch: http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ok/adair/adair.html
Shell'sHomePg: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mchub/shell.htm

Thanks for doing more research. It would be terrible to compile even photocopies of supporting documents only to find the paper side of our genealogical gleanings fall to the wayside. In my experience, pencil notations on legal note pads from the early 1970s are fading and the paper has become brittle.

That brings to mind the necessity of photocopying those older-style "wet" photocopies. The image tends to flake off as the copy ages. Thermal faxes are also a problem over time.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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Bradenton, FL 34207

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