Suggestions for World War 2 Scrapbook?
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
This is a picture of my Mother's very old scrapbook. It contains various things, like newspaper clippings, post cards and some Japanese paper money. My Mother left this scrapbook to me. I was neatly wrapped in brown paper and sealed with tape. She had addressed a note on the front of the brown paper to me with a note from her.
This was just recently found in my Mother and StepFathers home.
The things were collected during World War 2, before I was born. I would like to preserve these pages, but most of the things she collected are either glued to the pages or scotch taped. (Now very yellow tape).
These pages are like a very thin art paper. I am asking what is a good way to keep these?
Should I try to buy more blank scrapbook pages and glue the old pages to them?
All suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks and blessings to my Spark People Family and Friends.