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Preserving Iraqi Invasion Newspaper

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So I've had this newspaper sitting in my closet since 2003 and it's a pretty good storage environment, as it's not really touched and kept at constant environmental conditions, but I was hoping to preserve it for quite some time and so I was thinking about how to do this. Does anyone have any experience with preserving something like this? The issue is that it's not just a single clipping but an entire newspaper; if it was a single clipping I could just hermetically seal it but that's not an option here as far as I know.

Anyone familiar with this kind of thing? :)

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That's cool, I kept a newspaper somewhere that's headline was Saddam being captured, I'll try and find it next time I'm home.
 

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So I've had this newspaper sitting in my closet since 2003 and it's a pretty good storage environment, as it's not really touched and kept at constant environmental conditions, but I was hoping to preserve it for quite some time and so I was thinking about how to do this. Does anyone have any experience with preserving something like this? The issue is that it's not just a single clipping but an entire newspaper; if it was a single clipping I could just hermetically seal it but that's not an option here as far as I know.

Anyone familiar with this kind of thing? :)

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Put it in a plastic, sealable flat bag. They come in all sizes.

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