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PFA PROJECTS ON THE NET:
Center for Research Libraries/Latin American Microfilm Project: Brazilian
Government Document Digitization Project
http://wwwcrl.uchicago.edu/info/brazil/index.html

TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:
Association of Information and Image Management (AIIM) - www.aiim.org

American Association of Records Administrators (ARMA) - www.arma.org/

Photographic and Imaging Manufacturers Association - www.pima.net/

International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officals and Treasurers
www.iacreot.com

National Association of County Recorders, Election Officials and Clerks
www.nacrc.org

National Association of Counties - www.naco.org

National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators
www.nagara.org

American Land Title Association - www.alta.org

SILVER MICROFILM STANDARDS:
ANSI/AIIM MS48-1999 - Recommended Practice For Microfilming Public Records
On Silver Halide Film. - The standard for microfilming public records where
the source document is paper and a conventional camera is used.

ANSI/NAPM IT9.1-1996 Imaging Materials - Processed Silver-Gelatin Type
Black and White Film - Specifications for Stability. - The standard for the
manufacture of photographic films (revision and re-designation of ANSI/NAPM
IT9.1-1992 and the same as ANSI/ISO 10602-1995).

ISO 18902:2001 - Imaging materials - Processed photographic films, plates
and papers - Filing enclosures and storage containers. - The standard for
film boxes and fiche envelops (formerly ANSI/AIIM 9.2-1991).

ISO 18911:2000 - Imaging materials -- Processed safety photographic films
-- Storage practices. - The standard for environmental storage requirements
such as temperature, humidity and air-borne contaminants (e.g. oxidants).

ISO 18917:1999 - Photography -- Determination of residual thiosulfate and
other related chemicals in processed photographic materials -- Methods
using iodine-amylose, methylene blue and silver sulfide. - This is the
standard for determining that the fixer used in developing film has been
adequately removed.

DIGITAL IMAGING STANDARDS:
Quality Control of Image Scanners: ANSI/AIIM MS44-1988
Media Error Monitoring & Reporting for OD: ANSI/AIIM MS59-1996
How to Use MS59: ANSI/AIIM TR39-1996
Storage of Optical Disc Media: ANSI/PIMA IT9.25-1998

STANDARDS ORGANIZATIONS:
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) - http://www.ansi.org/
National Information Standards Organization - http://www.niso.org/

WHERE TO ORDER STANDARDS:
NSSN - www.nssn.org
AIIM -
www.aiim.org
To Order ITU Test Chart No. 4 (black and white facsimile test chart BW01)
for MS44: http://www.itu.int/publications/index.html

DIGITAL PRESERVATION INFORMATION:
Media Sciences - http://www.mscience.com/
Interparas - http://www.interpares.org/
National Archives and Records Adminsitration (NARA)
Preserving Electronic Records - http://www.nara.gov/era/index.html
General Preservation Info - http://www.nara.gov/alic/rayd/proforg.html
Image Permanence Institute - http://www.rit.edu/~661www1/
Federal Computer Week - http://www.fcw.com/microsites/recordsmanagement.asp
Interactive/Community-based portal - www.digitalpreservation.org

FPC (molecular sieves) - www.fpcfilm.com

TO ORDER "INTO THE FUTURE" VIDEO
American Film Foundation
1333 Ocean Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: 310-459-2116

FRIENDS. OF THE FAMILY:
Brown's River Preservation - http://www.brownsriver.com/

County Recorders Association of California - http://www.clerkrecorder.com