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Re: Microfiche images



You might try to get a high quality scan made of the microfiche using a
transparency scanner.  You might have to go to a service bureau to get
this done.

R*

On Wed, 25 Apr 2001, Theresa Milstead wrote:

> I just purchased a copy of Sue Allen=B9s book on Victorian Bindings. The
> multitude of images included with this small book are on microfiche. Is it
> possible to translate these into larger color copies or digital images and
> if so how?=20
> Theresa
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