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Old 05-18-2009, 10:42 AM   #5
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marlene: Is there such a thing as clear pages (with pockets for individual photos) that would fit in a three-ring binder? In many cases I want to be able to see the backs of the photos, which sometimes have information about the photo (some of it's in Russian, but maybe someday I can get it translated).
I'd suggest taking a look at clearbags.com (I set the page in the link to display on "sort by size ascending" with 25/page--for same sort order, all ) for their "crytal clear" bags (they are acid and lignin free) as they have a wealth of different sized bags at reasonable prices.

I generally get their 5x7", 8x10" and 11X14" bags for my artwork. It can be a bit confusing to figure out which bags you may want from the wealth of bags they offer so here are the item numbers I order--just plug them into their search box:

1. 5x7": b7b1 and b7b2

2. 8x10": b108pc

3. 8.5x11": b811 or b811pc (sticky strip on the bag, not the flap)

4. 11x14": b11s or b11spc (spc=sticky strip is on the bag, not the flap)


You might also be interested in ordering their acid-free backing board which you could slip into the bags as a protective stiffener...

Hope that helps...

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