That's a Lot of Photos?
Yesterday, I took out all of the oldest family photos. I have all but three (not shown) in archival envelopes. The envelopes I buy have a seal, so you pop in the photo, turn over the bag and rip off the strip in the back, fold over the top and it is sealed. The seal is NOT permanent. This I love about them. I can take the photo out and rescan if needed at any time. But, they are so clear that I can examine them right through the bag.
I just looked at this photo and I think I am missing a few photos. Back to searching my office again. This is WORK.
After scanning, I stick an orange dot on the front of the bag to show me that I have scanned that photo. Some I have scanned to .tiff and some I have not. This is why I need a list.
I just remembered purchasing a package of acid-free, lignin-free, archival paper. (25 sheets) that says it will go through the printer. I think I will use this in my project. However, I understand that printer ink and laser toner are NOT archival quality.
I guess I am going to have to handwrite (with my Zig Photo Signature pen) anything I want to include in the envelopes.