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Old Books

Wayne Riedlinger

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We recently acquired a box of some very nice and interesting old books, advertising pamphlets and manuals. I would like to scan and make copies of a couple of them but being they are quite old I don't want to just open them up wide and flatten them out on a home scanner. Is there a better way to do it without damaging them?