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Phase One, Final Report: Preservation and access for American and British children's literature, 1850-1869
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Title: Phase One, Final Report: Preservation and access for American and British children's literature, 1850-1869
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Subjects / Keywords: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature
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Abstract: NEH grant proposal documents for cataloging and digitization of volumes from the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature.
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UNIVERSITY OF

FLORIDA

George A. Smathers Libraries 204 Library West
Office of the Director for Collections PO Box 117001
Gainesville, FL 32611-7001
(352) 392-0342
Fax: (352) 392-7251
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu
July 24, 2003

NEH Grants Office
Room 310
1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20506

ATTN: Barbara Paulson


Final Report
NEH Grant: Preservation Microfilming and Cataloging of
American and British Children's Literature, 1850-1869
(PA-23536-00)
The Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature
Department of Special and Area Studies Collections
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida




Due July 31, 2003
Covering October 1, 2000 April 30, 2003

This grant was awarded to the University of Florida Libraries in April, 2000, to catalogue and
microfilm approximately 8,600 children's books published between 1850 and 1869, and to digitize
and create a website for those volumes containing color illustrations. The cataloging component of
this grant was completed on September 30, 2002, according to the parameters of the grant proposal.
The preservation microfilming and digitization components, however, were not completed. The
University of Florida Libraries requested a no-cost extension of the grant in order to complete all
aspects of the proposed work. This six-month extension through April, 2003, was granted by NEH.

Projected Production Figures for October 1, 2000- September 30, 2002:

Original Source Cataloging: 8,600
Microfilmed: 8,600
Digitization: 1,400




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Actual Production Figures, as of June, 2003:


Original Source Cataloging: 7,407, complete
Microfilmed: 4,874, continuing
Digitized: 1,700, continuing
Cataloging

Other Cataloging statistics:

The 7,407 books cataloged by the grant cataloging team represent all books dating from 1850-1869
held by the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature, somewhat short of the original
estimate of holdings. The ratio between original/copy records has remained at approximately
45%/55%. The cataloging staff also created 7,296 microfilm records. Besides the 3,369 original
catalog records, which were contributed to the national databases, OCLC and RLIN, these 7,296
microfilm records were also contributed to the OCLC and RLIN databases as original records. 551
series and name authority records were also created. The series authority records (one-third of the
total) have been contributed to the national database; the name authority records have remained
local.

Comments:

The cataloging team, which included a full-time Project Cataloger, a full-time Project Archivist
(library paraprofessional) and a half-time Library Technical Assistant (LTA), worked steadily to
reach monthly production figures; this push resulted in the completed cataloging of all books in the
Baldwin Library that fall within the date parameters (1850-1869) of this grant. This
accomplishment is an indication of their dedication to the work and the perseverance in and focused
attention to the tasks at hand. The staff always kept their numerical goals in mind and remained
disciplined and motivated to reach them. They made adjustments as necessary throughout the two-
year period as student help declined or increased.

The LTA picked up 80-100 books each week from the Special Collections Department, where the
books had been pulled from the stacks and pre-processed under the supervision of the Project Co-
Principal Investigator of the grant. Using a bar code associated with each book, the LTA checked
them out to the cataloging department. Keeping track of a book's location in this way made it
possible for the book to be retrieved if a patron requested it. The LTA searched titles in both
national (OCLC) and local (LUIS) databases, downloaded records from OCLC to LUIS when
applicable, divided the books between those that needed original records and those with copy
already available, and sent them on to the Project Cataloger and Archivist for cataloging.

The books were kept in locked metal bookcases during their stay in the cataloging department.
Each week, the books that had been catalogued during that week were checked out of the cataloging
department and sent to the Preservation Department where they were prepared for microfilming.

The cataloging team produced very complete original records. The records that already had copy in
the national database were enhanced to the same extent as the originals and added to the local
database. All records include extensive subject access via topical and genre terms. All names
associated with the book in hand were given access points, including authors, publishers,



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illustrators, printers, binders and booksellers. See Appendix 1 for sample records. As noted above,
the cataloging staff also made authority records for series and personal names when necessary.

In sum, the cataloging team did an outstanding job and the cataloging portion of the grant was an
unqualified success.

Preservation/Microfilming

Other Microfilming/Preservation Statistics

For detailed production statistics for the microfilming portion of the project, see Appendix 2, also
available on the web at http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/preserve/grants&projects/Baldwin/index.html

Comments:

The workflow for the filming portion of the Baldwin grant conducted within the Preservation
Department included: (and remained, unless otherwise noted)
* Provisions for tracking of individual titles throughout all stages of production using the NOTIS
circulation system
* Secure, locked storage for all titles at all times while in the Department
* Pre- and post-filming physical assessment of volumes
* Filming services provided on site by a reputable local filming vendor at a per image cost
(Micrographics, Inc.)
* Compliance with all local and national Preservation microfilming standards.

Cataloged titles began to flow into the Preservation Department for filming in November of 2000.
These titles were added to an internal Preservation database to produce bibliographic eye legible
microfilming targets, placed in protective envelopes with their targets and locked in a secure storage
area. In December of 2000, discussions began between Department staff and the vendor selected
for filming, Micrographics. Due to early concerns about sending the valuable titles off campus for
filming, it was decided to use a local vendor to provide trained staff, raw film, processing and
duplication services, methylene blue testing, a hand made book cradle with egg foam to support the
fragile books and technical expertise for the project. The camera used during the first four months
of filming was a reliable 1960s Kodak MRD2, provided to Micrographics, Inc. by the Preservation
Department. Optics within the camera were consistently able to produce resolution and density
within acceptable preservation quality microfilm ranges as described in the 1992 RLG Preservation
Microfilming Handbook. Filming commenced in February of 2001 on the fourth floor of the
Smathers Library, in a small, blacked out room, kept under lock and key at all times. A full time
microfilm camera operator working under the direction of Micrographics, Inc. was assigned to the
project.

In her first four months, the camera operator filmed 1,232 titles on 236 reels of high quality
preservation quality film. Per image invoices generated during this period were analyzed in June of
2001 by Cathleen Mook, Chair of the Preservation Department. Given the figures, it was
determined that this level of production could be achieved at a cost savings if the work was
produced in house by Departmental staff. Co-Principal Investigator John Ingram examined the
figures and determined, after speaking with Barbara Paulson at NEH, that a modification in the


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grant workflow was acceptable. Therefore, the incumbent operator was offered and accepted a
temporary position, with no benefits, within the Library. Around this same time, a new camera was
purchased for the project. This very expensive camera, a Zeutschel from Germany, bought through
Crowley Micrographics, (see details at
http://crowleymicrographics.com/equipment/z micro cam omnia 301.htm ) was technologically
superior to the Kodak, with finer grained optics, tighter resolution control and an automatic book
cradle with individually leveling plates to support each side of the book separately. After a month
of down time during which the new camera was installed and training provided to the project
camera operator as well as other Preservation Department staff, filming resumed in July of 2001.

From July to early September 2001, production continued at expected levels. However, in mid-
September, a technical problem with the camera developed and 30 reels of film needed to be re-
shot. (Processing of the camera master film took place at Micrographics, Inc.) Newly processed
film was not returned to the Libraries for quality control until 4 to 6 working days after exposure,
causing a large amount of film to be shot before the technical problem was recognized. Ultimately,
Library administration agreed to purchase a Kodak Prostar microfilm processor and install it in the
Preservation Department to deal with this issue. Again, in December of 2001 and January of 2002,
a different set of camera problems cropped up and portions of 50 reels of film needed to be re-shot.
The camera operator, along with staff within the Department,-tried valiantly to deal with these
issues. Various Service Bureau staff from Crowley Micrographics worked closely with us to
correct these issues but it seemed that every time we turned around during the spring and summer of
2002, something else on the camera head was malfunctioning. (Details of camera failures with
specific information about each breakdown, the numbers of days we were out of production at each
instance and the number of reels damaged can be found in Appendix 3.) These problems directly
contributed to the project team's request for a no-cost extension which was granted for the period of
October 2002-April 2003.

During the period, July 2001 through August 2002, the camera operator requested reassignment to a
line with benefits. Over a protracted period of time that request was granted, but the operator
elected to find employment elsewhere. Another camera operator was hired as a full time
replacement within 4 weeks of that resignation and training commenced in September of 2002.
Unfortunately, the new hire did not work out (production decreased dramatically) and we had to let
him go in November. Instead of replacing him with a third full time filmer, it was decided to hire
two students at 20 hours per week each. The two students hired had already been working in the
Preservation Department, were trusted and reliable and were already trained in filming techniques.
Production continued through January of 2003 when serious camera problems once more presented
themselves and through-put slowed to a crawl for months. Again, various personnel from Crowley
Micrographics worked with us to solve the problems but as one issue was resolved, something else
inevitably surfaced.

In April, 2003, with the end of the no cost extension rapidly approaching and grant supplied fiscal
resources running out, discussions among grant personnel regarding the 1,200 titles still in the
filming queue resulted in the decision to fund the rest of the project using internal funds. As of this
writing, approximately 1,000 titles remain to be filmed and the University of Florida is 100%
committed to successfully completing this work.

Digitizing



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Other Digital Library Center Statistics:


Selected for Digitization (Color content): 1700 titles
Digitized: 1411 titles
Digitized. fully processed and available to the public: 552 titles
Digitized, pending load for public access: 148 titles

Comments:

The Digital Library Center received volumes for digitization and metadata processing from the
Preservation Department after microfilming. Volumes containing color illustrations were selected
for digitization. Upon receipt, all volumes were entered into the Center's tracking database, into the
digital library's catalog, and assigned to staff for metadata processing and digitization. The books
were kept in the Digital Library Center, a secure area accessible by pass key only, at all times.
After digitization and metadata processing, the books were returned to the Preservation Department
for damage assessment before being returned to the stacks in Special Collections.

Volumes with color content within the time frame of the grant (1850-1869) exceeded projections.
We projected 1400 and already 1700 more than 275 of these in the last three months have been
selected for digitization. There will be more color items for digitization as the backlog in
microfilming is diminished, although, in light of the problems with cameras and staff turnover in the
microfilming process, some of the color selection and digitization has preceded microfilming.

In the early stages of the grant, a locally modified version of the Elsevier DataSet.TOC was used to
record structural metadata. This was replaced with a Metadata Encoding and Transmission
Standard (METS) compliant tool, the Metadata eXchange Format (MFX); implementation required
staff retraining. The Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) initially loaded the metadata
received from the DLC into a locally designed page-turning system built over DB2 tables, but since
September, 2002, FCLA has been using the XPAT 5.0 system. This system affords search of
chapter headings and text in addition to standard bibliographic queries. XPAT 5.0 accommodates a
highly nested structure and much improved page-turning flexibility.

The titles that have been digitized and are fully available to the public may now be queried in any of
three systems: on-line public access catalogs (including OCLC), the Literature for Children web
site, and full text query. The first two are virtually synonymous, although the latter is more
accessible through web indexing services. The latter affords query of chapter headings and text in
addition to standard bibliographic queries. Digitized titles can be accessed at
http://palmm.fcla.edu/juv/

Some difficulties have slowed the digitization process. Structural metadata has been more complex
than anticipated. Early children's literature lacked tables of contents; deriving structural
information meant virtually reading the text.

In the first year of this project, all microfilm of books with color images was sent out for scanning.
The color images were, of course, converted to black and white during the microfilming process.
While the microfilm was out being digitized, the Digital Library produced color scans of the color
images from the book itself. When the scanned microfilm was returned to the Digital Library, the
black and white images were replaced with the color scans before the electronic copy of the book

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was mounted and made available on the Internet. The conversion from microfilm to digital
produced skewed images, a problem that was resolved by automation, but that automation
consumed large amounts of staff time and computer resources. The backlog in the Digital Library
consists of titles digitized from microfilm. Prime Recognition, advanced optical character
recognition and image processing software, was just recently acquired. Its advanced tools more
adequately solve both the structural metadata and image skew problems.

The Digital Library Center continues to receive books from the Preservation Department. Rather
than send the microfilm out for digitizing and then merging text digitized from microfilm with color
images that have been scanned in-house from the book itself, the Digital Library now scans the
entire book, text and color image, in-house. There is no backlog in this queue and books are
scanned as they come into the Digital Library from the Preservation Department. To further reduce
digitization costs and through-put time, the Center is acquiring a high-speed Mekel microfilm
scanner.

Summary

The University of Florida Library staff who have worked on the project have been dedicated, and
persistent in working towards the numerical goals of the grant. With the completion of the
cataloging portion, access to the collection has been greatly improved. All records are in the
national databases, benefiting other catalogers and literary and cultural researchers of nineteenth-
century children's literature. In the near future, when everything has been microfilmed and the
remainder of the items with color digitized and added to the website, these unique nineteenth-
century titles will be available not only to the catalogers and researchers, but also to interested
children and adults throughout the world via the Internet.


Rita J. Smith
Co-Principal Investigator



John Ingram
Co-Principal Investigator

















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Appendix la

Sample of Original Record produced by Project Cataloger



LTUF MORE ALG5134
NOTIS CATALOGING IlB6
UF FMT B RT a BL m T/C DT 03/24/97 R/DT 07/21/03 STAT nn E/L I DCF a D/S D
SRC d PLACE enk LANG eng MOD T/AUD j REPRO D/CODE s DT/1 1850 DT/2
CONT ILLUS a GOVT BIOG FEST 0 CONF 0 L/FORM 0 INDX 0

035/1: : la (FU)bldnneh project 200010
035/2: : la (OCoLC)45164886
035/3: : la (FU)pres0111O
040: : la FUG Ic FUG
049/1: : la FUGG
100:1 : a Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, id 1826-1887.
245:10: la How to win love or, Rhoda's lesson : Ib a story for the young / Ic
by the author of "Michael the miner," &c.
246/1:30: la Rhoda's lesson
250: : la 2nd ed.
260: : la London : Ib Arthur Hall & Co., Ic 1850.
300/1: : a iv, 180 p., <1> leaf of plates : Ib ill. ; Ic 14 cm.
500/1: : a Author's name from NUC pre-1956.
510/2:4 : a Wolff, R.L. 19th cent. fiction, Ic 7489
510/3:4 : a Osborne Coll., Ic II, p. 977
500/4: : a Publisher's catalogue follows text.

LTUF DONE ALG5134
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6

650/1: 0: la Family Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/2: 0: la Girls Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/3: 0: la Girls Ix Social life and customs Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/4: 0: la Friendship Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/5: 0: la Love Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/6: 0: la Stepmothers Iv Juvenile fiction.
655/7: 7: la Publishers' advertisements ly 1850. 12 rbgenr
655/8: 7: la Publishers' catalogues ly 1850. 12 rbgenr
655/9: 7: la Family stories ly 1850. 12 local
690/10: 0: la Bldn ly 1850.
710/1:2 : a Arthur Hall & Co. 14 pbl
752/2: : a England Id London.






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Appendix lb

Original Record produced by Project Cataloger



LTUF MORE ALG1684
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6
UF FMT B RT a BL m T/C DT 03/24/97 R/DT 08/05/02 STAT nn E/L I DCF a D/S D
SRC d PLACE nyu LANG eng MOD T/AUD j REPRO D/CODE t DT/1 1861 DT/2 1859
CONT ILLUS a GOVT BIOG FEST 0 CONF 0 L/FORM f INDX 0

035/1: :a (FU)bldnneh project 200109
035/2: :a (OCoLC)48093520
035/3: la (FU)pres 0110
040: : la FUG Ic FUG
049/1: la FUG$
099/1: : a 23h3679
100:1 : la Baker, Sarah S. Iq (Sarah Schoonmaker), Id 1824-1906.
245:10: la Bound out, or, Abby at the farm / Ic by Aunt Friendly.
246/1:30: la Abby at the farm
260: : la New York : Ib Anson D.F. Randolph, Ic 1861, c1859 le (New York : If
John A. Gray, Printer, Stereotyper, and Binder)
300/1: : la <4>, 13-89-p. : Ib ill. ; Ic 16 cm.
500/1: : la As issued by publisher, text before p. 13 wanting.
583/2: : la will reformat Ic 20011009 Ii microfilm
690/1: 4: la Bldn ly 1861.
650/2: 0: la Christian life Iv Juvenile fiction.

LTUF DONE ALG1684
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6

650/3: 0: la Farm life Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/4: 0: la Obedience Iv Juvenile fiction.
655/5: 7: la Family stories ly 1861. 12 local
655/6: 7: la Blind stamped cloth (Binding) ly 1861. 12 local
655/7: 7: la Bookplates (Provenance) ly 1861. 12 rbprov
700/1:1 : la Randolph, Anson D. F. Iq (Anson Davies Fitz), Id 1820-1896. 14 pbl
700/2:1 : la Gray, John A., Ic printer. 14 prt 14 str 14 bnd
752/3: : la United States Ib New York Id New York.






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Appendix Ic

Original Record produced by Project Cataloger



LTUF MORE ALH4359
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6
UF FMT B RT a BL m T/C DT 03/25/97 R/DT 04/15/02 STAT nn E/L I DCF a D/S D
SRC d PLACE mau LANG eng MOD T/AUD j REPRO D/CODE s DT/1 1868 DT/2
CONT ILLUS af GOVT BIOG FEST 0 CONF 0 L/FORM f INDX 0

035/1: :a (FU)bldnneh project 200203
035/2: :a (OCoLC)49526416
035/3: :a (FU) pres 0204
040: : la FUG Ic FUG
049/1: :a FUG$
099/1: : a 23h12682
100:1 : la Mathews, Joanna H. Iq (Joanna Hooe), Id 1849-1901.
245:10: la Bessie in the city / Ic by Joanna H. Mathews.
260: : la Boston : Ib De Wolfe, Fiske & Co., Ic c1868.
300/1: : la <1>, 365 p., <4> leaves of plates : Ib ill. ; Ic 18 cm.
490/1:1 : la Bessie books
500/1: : la Publisher's advertisements precede text.
583/2: : la will reformat Ic 20020411 Ii microfilm
650/1: 0: la Christian life Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/2: 0: la City and town life Iv Juvenile fiction.
650/3: 0: la Sisters Iv Juvenile fiction.

LTUF DONE ALH4359
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6

650/4: 0: la Generosity Iv Juvenile fiction.
655/5: 7: la Publishers' advertisements ly 1868. 12 rbgenr
655/6: 7: la Pictorial cloth bindings (Binding) ly 1868. 12 rbbin
690/7: 4: la Bldn ly 1868.
710/1:2 : a De Wolfe, Fiske & Company. 14 pbl
752/2: : a United States Ib Massachusetts Id Boston.
800/1:1 : a Mathews, Joanna H. Iq (Joanna Hooe), Id 1849-1901. It Bessie
books.





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Appendix Id
Copy catalog record found in OCLC, imported into LUIS and enhanced
OCLC: 7903054 Rec stat: n
Entered: 19811103 Replaced: 19980819 Used: 20010117
) Type: a ELvl: I Srce: d Audn: Ctrl: Lang: eng
BLvl: m Form: Conf: 0 Biog: MRec: Ctry: pau
Cont: GPub: LitF: 1 Indx: 0
Desc: a Ills: a Fest: 0 DtSt: s Dates: 1852, I
) 1 040 HCF *c HCF I
) 2 092 888 *b A25 1
) 3 090 *b I
) 4 049 FUGG 1
) 5 245 00 Esop,in rhyme ; *b or, old friends in a new dress / *c by
Marmaduke Park. I
1 6 260 Philadelphia : *b Henderson, *c 1852. I
) 7 300 288 p. : *b ill. ; *c 16 cm. I
) 8 650 0 Fables. I
) 9 700 1 Park, Marmaduke. I
) 10 700 0 Aesop. I







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Appendix le

Enhanced copy catalog record added to University of Florida local on-line
catalog



LTUF MORE AMG9576
NOTIS CATALOGING I1B6
UF FMT B RT a BL m T/C DT 01/17/01 R/DT 11/22/02 STAT fn E/L I DCF a D/S D
SRC d PLACE pau LANG eng MOD T/AUD REPRO D/CODE s DT/1 1852 DT/2
CONT ILLUS af GOVT BIOG FEST 0 CONF 0 L/FORM p INDX 0

035/1: : la (FU)bldnneh project 200102
035/2: :a (Source)ONILE147- 7
035/3: : a (OCoLC)07903054
035/4: :a (NOTISUF)amg9576
040: : la HCF Ic HCF Id FUG
049/1: la FUGG
092/1: la 888 lb A25
099/1: : a 23h49265
100:1 : la Park, Marmaduke.
245:10: la Aesop in rhyme, or, Old friends in a new dress / Ic by Marmaduke
Park.
246/1:30: la Old friends in a new dress
260: : la Philadelphia : lb C.G. Henderson & Co., Ic 1852.
300/1: : la 288, [16] p., [2] leaves of plates : lb ill. ; Ic 16 cm.
500/1: : la Added title page engraved.
500/2: : la Publisher's catalogue follows text.


LTUF DONE


AMG9576
NOTIS CATALOGING


I1B6


500/3: : la Frontispiece and added title page printed in colors by T.
Sinclair, Philadelphia.
530/4: : la Electronic version available on the World Wide Web as part of the
PALMM Project "Preservation and Access for American and British Children's
Literature, 1850-1869 (NEH PA-23536-00)".


650/1: 1:
655/2: 7:
655/3: 7:
655/4: 7:
690/5: 4:
700/1:0
700/2:1
710/3:2 :
730/4:02:
752/5:


Animals Iv Juvenile poetry.
Fables ly 1852. 12 rbgenr
Pictorial cloth bindings (Binding) ly 1852. 12 rbbin
Publishers' catalogues ly 1852. 12 rbgenr
Bldn ly 1852.
Aesop.
Sinclair, Thomas S., Id ca. 1805-1881. 14 Itg
C.G. Henderson & Co. 14 pbl
Aesop's fables. 11 English.
United States lb Pennsylvania Id Philadelphia.





Appendix If
Copy catalog record found in OCLC, imported into LUIS and enhanced




OCLC: 2943919 Rec stat: c
Entered: 19770505 Replaced: 20030108 Used: 20020625
) Type: a ELvl: I Srce: d Audn: Ctrl: Lang: eng
BLvl: m Form: Conf: 0 Biog: MRec: Ctry: enk
Cont: GPub: LitF: 0 Indx: 0
Desc: i Ills: a Fest: 0 DtSt: s Dates: 1855, I
) 1 040 KSU *c KSU *d OCLCQ
) 2 090 PZ6 *b .G635 Bo I
) 3 090 *b
) 4 049 FUGG I
) 5 100 1 Goodrich, Samuel G. *q (Samuel Griswold), *d 1793-1860.
) 6 245 14 The Book of trades, arts, & professions, relative to food,
clothing, shelter, travelling, and ornament : *b for the use of the young / *c
by Peter Parley. I
) 7 260 London : *b Darton & Co., *c [1855?] I
) 8 300 viii, 117 p. : *b ill. ; *c 16 cm. i







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Appendix ig

Enhanced copy catalog record added to University of Florida local on-line
catalog


LTUF MORE


ALG8656


NOTIS CATALOGING IIB6
UF FMT B RT a BL m T/C DT 06/25/02 R/DT 07/11/02 STAT fn E/L I DCF a D/S D
SRC d PLACE enk LANG eng MOD T/AUD j REPRO D/CODE s DT/1 1855 DT/2
CONT ILLUS af GOVT BIOG FEST 0 CONF 0 L/FORM 0 INDX 0


la (FU)bldnneh project 200207
la (Source)ONILE137- 25
la (OCoLC)02943919
la (NOTISUF)alg8656
la KSU Ic KSU Id FUG
la e-uk---
:a FUGG
la PZ6 lb .G635 Bo
la 23h14567
la Goodrich, Samuel G. Iq (Samuel Griswold), Id 1793-1860.
la The book of trades, arts, & professions, relative to food, clothing,
travelling, and ornament : lb for the use of the young / Ic by Peter

: la Book of trades, arts, and professions, relative to food, clothing,
travelling, and ornament
la London : lb Darton & Co., Ic [1855?] le (London : If William


ALG8656
NOTIS CATALOGING


I1B6


viii, 117 p., [16] leaves of plates : Ib ill. ; Ic 16 cm.
Occupations Iz Great Britain Iv Juvenile literature.
Gold stamped cloth (Binding) ly 1855. 12 local
Bldn ly 1855.
Stevens, William, Ic printer. 14 prt
Darton & Co. 14 pbl
England Id London.


035/1:
035/2:
035/3:
035/4:
040: :
043: :
049/1:
090/1:
099/1:
100:1 :
245:14:
shelter,
Parley.
246/1:3
shelter,
260:
Stevens)


LTUF DONE


300/1:
650/1:
655/2:
690/3:
700/1:1
710/2:2
752/3:




Baldwin Preservation Grant Statistics 2000-2001


Appendix 2


I Baldwin Grant Stati;tics Oct. zooo-Sept. zoo001


# of
Not
cataloged CMI # of
Month catalog ilmable MI Volumes # of reels # of reels
ttles/volume oxs titles/volume
and Year due to Ftilmed produced approved
received from ordered approved
condition
K5RS
ct. 2000 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0
NOV.
Oc. zaooo / oo o o oo o o/o

2000
Dec.
ec. 128/130 0 0 0 0 0 [ /0
Jan. I zO/zo 0 o o o o o o/o
2000
Jan. 2001 209/209 2 20 0 0 0/0
feb. 2oo01 2s/2 I 150 166 6 0 0/0
Mar.2001 555/557 0 101 82 ] 75 90 +88/+96
April 31+/314 o 112 2 5 53 29 136/137
2001
May 2z001 +1/+59 o 189 )2z 6+ 2+ 1+6/1+9
June
291/295 0 1)1 O* 0 +0 296/300
2001
July 2oo0 +28/+29 0 0 290 56 25 1i)6/15
Aug.
383/391 0 222 288 59 16 7+/7+
2001

5ept.5 o 8 zo9 5)** 51 283/288
ZOO I
GKAND
-3557/5oz 5 1580 zo29 58+ z75 1559/1580o
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*New camera arrives and is in testing. UF Reprographics Unit becomes filming vendor for project.
**New camera malfunctions and damages 30 of these reels. After repair to camera, reels to be reshot in
October.

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I aldwin Grant Statistics Oct. 2001 -5ept. 2002

So # of new
# of
Not reels
cataloged CMI New # of
Month Filmable reduced # of reels
titles/volumes moxes volumes produced # ofreels titles/volumes
and Year due to approved
Received From t ordered filmed arov approved
condition (# of
R, images)

Oct.zool +/+9 o /9o 10 s I so 6 /
NoV.
270/270 o 39 29 +0 1s 133/155
2001
Dec. 226232
S 18 6/196 o 16 )52 60 4+0 226/252
2001
55*
Jan. 2002 208/21+ 1 55 407 (3 5 8/57

1 4**
Feb. 20zoo 597/+00 0 i ) 28 1 91/20)

32***
Mar. 2002 329/551 0o 152 59 +08/+1 1
(25,5537)

Aprl 519/z27 o z27 z1 5 s18 115/113
2002zoo (28,0+6)

Ma z2ooz +26/+217 0 o 10 (3,780) +2 270/270

June 50
2z5/25-7 o o 581 ( 6 +27/+27
ZooL (4o,76z)
4Z
July 20zoo 98/2 98 o o lo (za,oz0) 5 +21/+28

A 298/500 o o 6 5 (,5+9) 10 55/55
ZOOZ*A


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5ept.
ZOO2


25 8/2+2


a


zo209


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299/29


16
(i 1z,066)


GRAND
OTA L7 71+/17275 +87+ 760 726 ++85/+529
TOTAL [1_1 -[--- ---:--

*Camera malfunctions again. Hundreds of reshoots will be needed, covering over 50 reels of film.
** Of 29,898 images shot in February, 18,630 of them are reshoots.
*** Of 25,337 images shot in March, 5,188 of them are reshoots.
A Of 33,780 images shot in May, 22,343 (on 34 reshoot reels) were reshoots of parts of 273 volumes.
*" Due to personnel changes, filming is limited to 8 days of the month.

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Baldwin Grant Statistics Oct. 2002-April 200o


# or # of new
Not
cataloged CMI New reels r# of
Month filmable # of reels
titles/volumes boxes volumes produced titles/volumes
and Year due to P a proved
received From ordered Filmed approved
condition
SRS (# of images)


Oct. zooz 190/190 o 2z9 1+8 26(17,1 1) zz 6+/67

Nov.
o zo02 2 (Z,975) Z8 175/180
ZOOZ*
Volumes still
Dec.
S in Filming o o z+7 57 (2,782) +0 278/282
o00o
backlog
Jan.
a1869 o 3z 2 z z z(16,223) 12 8o/0o
2003#

1775 0 9 15 (10,705) ZZ 151/131
zoo3#
Mar. 200o 1605 1 0 175 7 (zo,575) 55 225/225
April 1375 o Z ) +3 (2,065) 5o 165/165


AND N/A + 2,76+ ,o88 959 905 5599/5659
TOTAL


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#Camera malfunctions continue.
^Camera operational for almost entire month

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I Baldwin Wrap C(p Statistics Ma)y rall zoo0



# of new reels
New # of
Month and Volumes still in produced # o reels
volumes p titles/volumes
Year filming backlog filmed approvedroved
(# of images) app


May z00o 1196 179 30 (2z,55o) 20 107/11+

June 2003 1022 17+ 25 (20,28 1) 1220 5/125
Jul 20oo0
August 2003
September
2003
October
2003
November
2003
GKAND N/A 6,++1 1,01+ 9+5 5,8 1/5,898
TOTAL


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Appendix 3


Logs of Camera Malfunctions and Microfilm Staff Availability


Appendix 3 is the log for the cameras used for filming of Baldwin items
selected for the NEH Grant. It is a Microsoft Excel workbook with two
worksheets, one for each camera used in the project.

It's organized by date, omitting weekends and holidays. The column
"Hours" records the number of hours a hired microfilmer operated that
camera that day. The column "Idled" records the number of hours the
camera could have been in operation (i.e. a filmer was present), but
was taken offline that day, due to some malfunction.

The log starts out with sketchy coverage of individual workdays,
because it only documented technical problems with the Zeutschel
cameras at first, and didn't become a proper daily production log until
later. Pages which recorded no malfunction and no idle time have not
been included.






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Date HoursReels Volumes Images Idled
01/10/01
06/22/01

08/28/01

09/04/01
11/26/01
01/15/02
02/05/02

02/12/02


03/01/02 2.00
03/04/02 2.00
03/05/02 2.50
03/06/02 3.00
03/07/02 0.00
03/08/02 3.00
03/11/02 5.00
03/12/02 3.50
03/13/02 5.00
03/14/02 5.00
03/15/02 5.00
03/18/02 5.00
03/19/02 5.00
03/20/02 5.00
03/21/02 5.00
03/22/02 5.00
03/25/02 5.00
03/26/02 4.00
03/27/02 5.00
03/28/02 5.00
03/29/02 5.00


i0.00
0.00
0.00
0.0.U
0.o

00. 00
0.00

0.00


0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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0.00
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Comments
Gunther finishes install of Z camera and table in Room 7B.
Like Camera 4, the covers on the gauges for both the drain cock and the filter regulator have cracked.
All the images on several reels of film are partially obscured by something. Gunther says to open the camera hea
and check the masking plates. The right plate is off-track: the toothed piece that travels back and forth is bent.
Gunther replaces masks, motor drive, and a spring on the film suction plate; ships the head back.
Gunther installs new EPROM: Program 30-08-01.
Gunther says he can maybe bring some gauge covers back from Germany in late January.
STEP value was less than MASK! Made sure that the technical values gives STEP a value of MASK+200.
The STEP value was only 100 greater than MASK. Changing MASK caused STEP to reset to proper value:
MASK+200. In filming mode, keying the ALT+P shortcut twice in a row caused the keyboard display to show >p
on the top line instead of the bottom line, and then would accept no other commands except ESC into JSM.


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Dte Hours Reels Volumes Images Idled
04/01/02 5.00 0 0.00
04/02/02 4.50 1 0.00
04/03/02 5.00 ;0 0.00
04/04/02 4.50 1l 0.50
04/05/02 4.00 1 0.00
04/08/02 0.00 0 0.00
04/09/02 9.50 ,3 0.00
04/10/02 10.0014 0. o00
04/11/02 6.00 2 0.00
04/12/02 2.00 1 10.00

04/16/02 7.50 3 0.00G
04/17/0216.00 i2 .c
04/18/02 6.50 3 0.00
04/19/02 0.00 0 0.00
04/22/02 6.50 5 0.00
04/23/02 6.50 :3 0.00
04/24/02 6.50 '3 0.00
04/25/02 4.00 i2 0.00
04/26/02 j9.00 !4 0.00
04/29/02 0.0 0 0 0 o00
04/30/0210.00 0 1 0.00


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Switch camera heads to test Cam4.


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3ate HoursiReels vol -u mes Image Idled
05/01/02 4.00 0 0.00
05/02/022.50 0 l1.50
05/03/02;2.00 0 2.00
05/06/02 0.00 0 0.00
05/07/0212.00 i1 0.00
05/08/02 3.00l 1 I 0.00
05/09/02 1.00 1 0.00
05/10/02 o0.o0 o 0.00
05/13/02 0.00 0 0.00
05/14/02 0.00 0 0.00
05/15/02 0.00 0 0.00
05/16/02 0.00 10 0.00
05/17/02 0.00 o 0.00
05/20/02 0.00 0 0.00
05/21/0216.00 3 _0.00
05/22/02i0.00 0 0.00
05/23/02:6.00 3 0.00
05/24/02 !.00 0 0.00
05/28/02 3.00 1 0.00
05/29/02 2.00 1 0.00
05/30/02 2.00 10 0.00
05/31/0212.00 1 I 0.00


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Called Gunther: air tank cock spacer is cracked and leaking.
Rec'd loaner compressor.


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Rate jHours Reelsvolumes Images Idled
09/03/0215.25 2 0.00
09/04/02 3.50 1 0.00
09/05/02 6.00 1 0.00
09/06/02 2.75 1 0.00
09/09/02 4.00 1 0.00
09/10/02 5.00 1 1.00
09/11/02 0.00 0 3.00
09/12/02 0.00 0 7.50
09/13/0210.00 10 3.00
09/16/02 0.00 ;0 4.00
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09/18/02 0.00 0 3.00
09/19/02 0.00 0 5.00
09/20/02 0.00 j0 4.00
09/23/02'2.00 1 1.25
09/24/02,1.00 :0 3.00
09/25/02 0.00 0 3.00
09/26/02 0.00 0 5.00
09/27/02 0.00 i0 4..00
09/30/02 0.00 10 4.00


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Shutters are broken. Spoke with Chris Crowley.
Sherry says maybe Dan will arrive next week with shutters.


Sherry says to ship her the head instead.
Shipped head to CMI.


Head rec'd. Shutters seem to work.
Test reel showed many anomalies: one shutter is sticking. Called Sherry. Shipped her the test roll.


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Date HursRees 'Volumes Images Idled
10/01/02 0.00 o0 7.00
10/02/02/0.00 '0 3.00
10/03/02 0.00 .0 5.00
10/04/02 0.00 04.00
10/07/02 0.00 0 4.00
10/08/02 0.00 0 5.00
10/09/02 0.00 0 3.00
10/10/02 0.00 0 5.00
10/11/02 0.00 0 4.00
10/14/02 10 .-.00_ 0. 4.00
10/15/02 0.00 0 7.00
10/16/02 0.00 0 3.00
10/17/02 0.00 '0 5.00
10/18/02 0.00 '0 14.00
10/21/02 0.00 0 4.00
10/22/02 0.00 i0 7.00
10/23/02 0.00 0 3.00
10/24/02 0.00 0 ]0.00
10/25/02 0.00 0 10.O00
10/28/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/29/02 3.00 0 0.00
10/30/02 3.00 1 0.00
10/31/02 3.00 1 0.00


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Comments
Dan arrives in the morning.
Dan leaves in the afternoon: problem cannot be fixed in the field.
Shipped head to CMI.




Loner head rec'd w/o usual polystyrene cradle: two dents, one broken lens. Left msg with Crowley voice mail.
Spoke with Dan: insurance adjuster should contact us soon.



Joe Zawadski of Custard Insurance Adjusters visits, ask questions, takes pictures.


Chris Crowley says that our head is going to Germany with Dan; asks us to ship damaged loaner head back.
We ship out the damaged loaner head.



Second loaner head rec'd. Install and run focus and exposure tests.
Test reel processed; technical values updated.
Working camera head in place, Number of scheduled work hours lost: 134.75


Student assistants begin filming while searching for new full-timer.


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DHours'Reels!Volumes
11/01/02,0.00 0 0


11/04/02 3.00
11/05/02 5.00
11/06/02 5.75
11/07/02 4.75
11/08/02 2.00
11/12/02 4.25
11/13/02 3.65
11/14/02 5.15.
11/15/02 1.00
11/18/02J4.17
11/19/02 4.82
11/20/02 3.00
11/21/02 6.00
11/22/02 2.00
11/25/02 4.70
11/26/02 7.67
11/27/02 1.17


!3
6
8
6
'3
S3
4
10


7
8
'3
112
15
8
16
2


534
739
923
842
406
667
703
1227
162
716
1107
465
1507
562
956
1671
286


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Images.


Idle
0.00

10.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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Comments








Changed fluorescent bulbs then ran step tests.
Set new sensitivity value (Belichtungsmessung) ace. to step test results.


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Date iHoursReelsl Volumes
12/02/02'4.00 1 5
12/03/02 5.40 1 19
12/04/02 4.00 1 7
12/05/02 6.17 2 !7
12/06/0214.00 10 5
12/09/02 5.08 2 9
12/10/02 3.65 0 9
12/11/02 1.67 1 4
12/12/02 6.17 1 14
12/13/02 7.67 1 12
12/16/027. 2 2 13
12/17/02 6.25 1 7
12/18/02 8.00 2 11
12/19/02:3.33 1 16
12/20/02 8.00 2 12
12/23/02 5.67 :1 8
12/24/02 0.00 o0 0
12/26/02,0.00 0 0
12/27/02 6.33 1 10
12/30/02 0.00 10 0
12/31/02 0.00 0 '0


Images
667
1087
872
1030
751
851
556
216
1162
883
1697
1848
1588
687
1440
975
0


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Idl0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
o0.00
0.00
0.00


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Like Camera 4, display odd mask width message after pressing ALT+M. The ESC key got us back to normal opere


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Date Hours Reels 1Volume
01/02/0315.00 11 9
01/03/03'2.83 1 14
01/06/03100.0 0 :0
01/07/03 5.58 2 i10
01/08/03 0.00 0 10
01/09/0315.75 1 18
01/10/03 3.75 1 5
01/13/03 4.00 1 6
01/14/03 7.83 2 i10
01/15/0333.00 1 15
01/16/03 7.92 1 12
01/17/03 5.08 1 9
01/21/0317.75 1 8
01/22/03!4.28 1 6
01/23/0317.08 2 i8
01/24/03 0.00 0 0
01/27/03 1.75 1 4
01/28/03 0.00 0 0
01/29/03 3.60 1 5
01/30/03,7.67 2 10
01/31/03 3.58 1 7


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1020
606
0
1270
0
1121
632
736
1469
497
1439
864
1448
800
11182
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549
0
681
1362
839


0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00

0.00
0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
0.00
10.00


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Comments


Original head rec'd by courier.


Daniel installs original head.


Vacuum tanks recharge every 2-3 exposures: too often. Left msg with Crowley.
QC shows imgs intermittently skewed and out of focus. Removed cover from head: 1 screw loose and 1 spring sprun(






No students.
QC shows recurrence of last problem above.


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Installed Cam 4 head on Cam 3.


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Date Hours RsVolume ImagesjI
02/03/0314.00 :0 0 0 I0.00
02/04/03 7.25 0 0 0 0.00
02/05/0313.66 10 0 0 0.00
02/06/0316.75 0 0 0 0.00
02/07/03 3.25 0 0 0.00
02/10/03 1.00 0 1 69 1.00
02/11/03 3.00 0 3 473 1.00
02/12/03 4.25 1 9 931 1.00
02/13/03 5.75 1 12 885 1.00
02/14/03 3.75 1 7 831 0.00
02/17/03 3.50 1 7 787 0.00
02/18/03 5.60 1 7 1190 10.00
02/19/03 6.25 .2 12 1507 0.00
02/20/03 7.50 2 11 1522 0.00
02/21/035. 75 1 '9 11336 0.00
02/24/03 3.83 1 12 192 0.00
02/25/03 5.00 0 0 0 0.00
02/26/03 6.92 1 :3 304 0.00
02/27/03 3.75 0 i1 99 0.00
02/28/03'3.67 1 6 579 0.00


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Comments
Filming retakes due to last problem.


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Daniel on-site all week.

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Filming retakes.
Filming retakes.
Filming retakes.
Filming retakes.
Filming retakes.


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Date IHours
03/03/03 3.83
03/04/03'6.67
03/05/03 4.00
03/06/03 6.75
03/07/03 3.75
03/10/03 2.50
03/11/03 3.92
03/12/03 7.25
03/13/03 7.75
03/14/03 0.00
03/17/03 6.75
03/18/03 7.08
03/19/03 6.50
03/20/03 7.42
03/21/03,4.83
03/24/03 6.92
03/25/03 7.17
03/26/03 7.60
03/27/03 6.50
03/28/0313.67
03/31/03 0.92


iRReels volumes Images
1 5 906
1 10 1319
1 7 592
1 17 1125
1 1 47
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 6 783
2 12 1518
0 0 0
1 8 904
2 12 1758
1 I11 1077
2 |12 1467
2 17 538
2 12 1331
2 11 1422
2 11 1389
2 12 1201
1 17 1257
0 2 326


0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00


Retakes
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Spring break. Whoo!


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Date IHours
05/01/03 5.50
05/02/03 0.00
05/05/03 0.00
05/06/03 0.00
05/07/0310.00
05/08/0310.00
05/09/03 0.00
05/12/03 0.00
05/13/03 0.00
05/14/03 0.00
05/15/03 0.00
05/16/03 0.00
05/19/03 0.00
05/20/03 0.00
05/21/03 0.00
05/22/03 10.00
05/23/03 0.00

05/27/03 0.00
05/28/03 0.00
05/29/03 0.00
05/30/03 0.00


lJReelsiu M meslimages
2 11 1358
in Ini,.


Idled
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00


Comments


Retakes
Break week.
Retakes
Vacuum problems: compressor and brakes.
Shipped head to CMI: Sherry thinks brake pistons need repli















Called Sherry. Left msg.


Called Sherry. Out of office. Left msg with front desk.


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ate_ Hoursee Volumes Images Idled
36/02/03 0.00 0 00 0 8.00
36o/03/3 O.00 '0 .0 0 8.00
36/04/03 0.00 0 0 0 8.00
06/065/03:0 .OO 0 0 0 8.00
06/05/03 0.00 0 0 0 8.00
06/10/03 0.00 0 *0 0 8.00
06/01/03 0.00 0 0 0 8.00
06/10/0310.00 0 '0 0 8.00
10 8.
06/13/03 0.00 0 0 8.00
06/12/0310.00 :0 0 -0 8.00
06/13/0310.00 0 0 10 8.00
066/16/0311.0 0 1 20 1 6.00
36/17/03 5.00 1 6 821 0.00
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)6/19/03 4.17 0 15 i743 0.00
)6/20/03 !4. 75 1 6 791 0.00
36/23/03 5.42 2 8 915 0.00
06/24/03 5.25 1 .10 1239 0.00
06/25/03 5.08 2 !15 1523 10.00
06/26/03 3.83 1 '6 i566 0.00
06/27/03 3.25 1 8 978 i0.00
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Bob B. arrives. Head works at first, but then slack re-appears. Installs Micron filter.
Bob B. leaves. We will ship head to Crowley; will sheadtoCrw;will ship us a loaner within days (but not weeks).
Shipped head to Crowley.
Rec'd loaner head: no focus: film platen is hitting theaperture plate. Spoke with Bob and Sherry.
Left msg with Sherry.

Shipped-head to Crowley.
Rec'd new head from Crowley. Masks were stuck at first; freed up later. Step tests look good.




Called Sherry. She says old head will arrive Tues. or Wed. Asked for more oil to replaced that used for Cam 4's ow


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Rec'd old head: rattling sound inside. Removed cover: one loose screw. Sherry says to check certain parts, then te,
Compressor oil rec'd. Re-installed original head. Focus test shows focus needs tweaking. Called Sherry for advice;
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Gunther installs camera and table in Room 422. Vacuum tanks in the camera base don't pressurize properly: must
replace the unit: delay in re-starting filming for the Baldwin grant.
Found a strange 6-digit value for the focus readjustment property in the chapter of table and focus adjustments in
the TTV. That field doesn't accept more than 4 digits! EPROM bug? Changed it back to its original value.
While filming, the camera spontaneously moved the boom to the top of the column, and will not return under any
command. Hitting the panic button and re-initializing doesn't solve the problem. Gunther teaches Gus the worm-
gear trick to manually lower the boom. Several hours delay of filming.(This problem occurred twice more in the
next month. Both needed the worm-gear trick.) Also, the covers on the gauges for both the drain cock and the filter
regulator have either cracked or broken off. Update: 2002-01-15: Gunther says he can maybe bring some back from
Germany in late January.
While filming, the camera advances the film several meters by itself. EPROM bug? Gunther says he's heard about
this, and hopes that the next set of EPROMs that Tibingen burns will not have this feature. He believes he'll be
able to install the new EPROMs in November. It does not affect imaging, but it wastes several meters of film each
time. (This has happened about 5 times.) QC shows that long stretches (meters) of several reels are being fogged. It
appears that the field light remains on during filming, overexposing the film. It occurs intermittently; no keyboard
commands can stop it when it happens. Gunther says there must be a stuck relay. Observing the relay during
filming tests shows this is true: the relay switch on one of the circuit boards becomes stuck, and won't un-stick
after continued keyboard commands and further exposures. Gunther says this requires a new circuit board: he wil
ship it, and Gus will install it. Stopped filming.
Installed new circuit board in camera head, and shipped out the defective board (bad relay). Made exposure tests,
and sent out for processing.
Resume filming after QC shows film is no longer overexposed. Loss of 4+ weeks in productive filming time. Must
re-film 39 reels due to fogging. (About three weeks spent re-filming fogged reels, aside from the previous idle
time.)
Gunther installed new EPROM (program 30-08-01).


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QC is finding isolated blurred images: the left-most part of these images is in focus, but the other two-thirds to
three-fourths of the image is always out of focus whenever this occurs. It's happening intermittently on about 7 ou
of every 10 reels. Is the camera operator filming too fast? No. Observing book cradle AUTO mode shows that an
image can't be exposed until the book is up against the glass, and that the table doesn't move until exposure is
complete. Pressure problems? Left message for Gunther.
Gunther advises on how to check pressure at the compressor, camera base, and inside the camera head.
Observation shows that pressure gauge on camera base drops to zero and does not recharge by itself. It only
recharges after bleeding the compressor. Gunther advises on settings for outlet cock and filter regulator. System
pressure is now behaving normally. Made series of test exposures, but won't receive results from film tests until
Thursday. It looks like we'll have reshoots on about 40 reels. Most reels will need only short jobs, though some wi
require the whole reel being re-shot (due to limits on number of splices per reel). Estimated re-filming time: 1/2
weeks. That number will be higher if pressure was not the problem, of course.
Processing vendor reports stretches of fogging on reels from the Baldwin camera, but not from other cameras.
Immediately pulled open camera head to see if the September problem is recurring. It is. The projector lamp
sometimes remains on, even though it is supposed to be switched off and the carriage is recessed back. Gunther
recommends cleaning the contacts on the relay. Done.
Thinking that the projector lamp problem might be solved, I put the transparent cover back on to the relay, and t
projector lamp came on! Apparently, the lamp comes on when the contact with the coil closes, and the cover
presses down on that contact! I take the cover back off (the lamp goes off) and put the cover *most* of the way
back on. The light stays off. I ask Gunther if leaving the rectangular metal strip off of the camera head to monitor
the projector lamp would cause fogging in the film. He says to leave the relay cover off, and to put a small spacer
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03/01/02 0.00 O
03/04/02 2.00 1
03/05/02 0.00 0
03/06/02 0.00 0
03/07/02 0.00 0
03/08/02 0.00 0
03/11/02 0.00 0
03/12/02 6.00 3
03/13/02 7.50 4
03/14/02 7.50 4
03/15/02 7.50 4
03/18/02 0.00 0
03/19/02 7.50 4
03/20/02 6.50 3
03/21/02 7.00 3
03/22/02 3.00 1
03/25/02 7.00 3
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03/26/02 6.75 3
03/27/02 5.50 2
03/28/02 0.00 10
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"Film error in film transport area." Called Gunther.
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04/01/02 0.00 0
04/02/02 2.00 1
04/03/02 1.00 0
04/04/02 0.00 0
04/05/02 0.00 0
04/08/02 0.00 0
04/09/02 0.00 0
04/10/02 0.00 0
04/11/02 0.00 0
04/12/02 2.00 1
04/15/02 0.00 0
04/16/02 0.00 0
04/17/02 0.00 0
04/18/02 0.00 0

04/19/02 0.00 0
04/22/0210.00 0
04/23/02 0.00 0
04/24/02 0.00 0
04/25/02 4.00 0
04/26/02 8.00 2

04/29/02 2.00 0
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Call Gunther again: film is slack and catches on platen.


Pack up head and deliver to mail room.


Mail room delivers head via UPS.
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07/02/02
07/03/02
07/05/02
07/08/02
07/09/02
07/10/02
07/11/02
07/12/02
07/15/02
07/16/02
07/17/02
07/18/02
07/19/02
07/22/02
07/23/02
07/24/02
07/25/02
07/26/02
07/29/02
07/30/02
07/31/02


IHours |Reels Volumes
7.50 4
2.00 '1
7.50 4
5.50 2
7.50 4
2.00 1
6.50 3
7.00 3
5.00 2
4.00 2
7.00 2

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0.00 0
5.00 2
7.00 3
7.00 3
5.00 2
7.00 3
3.00 1
0.00 10
0.00 i0


Images Idled
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00






0.00
0.00
0.00






_- 0.00
- -_ 0.00
0.00
0 .0 0- -


0.00

0.00
0.00


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Oil level low. Added some.
Oil level good: near 'max'.


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10/01/02 6.50 1 0.00
10/02/02 5.00 1 0.00
10/03/02 7.00 2 0.00
10/04/02 6.00 1 0.00
10/07/02 7.00 1 0.00
10/08/02 5.50 2 0.00
10/09/02 5.50 2 0.00
10/10/02 6.00 2 0.00
10/11/02 6.00 1 0.00
10/14/02 6.00 2 0.00
10/15/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/16/02 5.00 1 0.00
10/17/02 6.00 2 0.00
10/18/02 6.50 2 0.00
10/21/02 6.00 2 0.00
10/22/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/23/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/24/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/25/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/28/02 0.00 0 o0.00

10/29/02 0.00 0 0.00
10/30/02 0.00 0 0.00
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Student assistants begin filming while searching for new full-timer.


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11/01/02
11/04/02


11/05/02 5.00


11/06/02
11/07/02
11/08/02
11/12/02
11/13/02
11/14/02
11/15/02
11/18/02


0.00
0.00
0.00
9.50
0.00
6.25
0.00
2.60


11/19/02 3.10


1
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608
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0
377
416


11/20/02 1.85 0 0 0 0.00
11/21/02 5.00 1 11 883 0.00
11/22/02 5.15 '2 13 1772 0.00
11/25/02 3.50 1 8 968 0.00
11/26/02 4.25 1 6 1161 0.00
11/27/02 3.75 2 11 1256 0.00


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0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00


Filmed retakes: 8 volumes, 727 images.
Spinning supply reel problem: caused a sensor finger to jam against camera head cover when carriage moved fon
Spoke to Sherry about the spinning reel: we probably need a visit. Visit approved by CLM and NMS.



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Changed fluorescent bulbs then ran step tests.


Set new sensitivity value (Belichtungsmessung) acc. to step test results.


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12/02/02 2.75 1
12/03/02 7.42 2
12/04/02 3.00 1
12/05/02 7.08 2
12/06/02 3.00 1
12/09/02 3.25 1
12/10/02 0.00 0
12/11/02 0.00 0
12/12/02 7.75 2
12/13/02 0.75 1
12/16/02 3.50 1
12/17/02 0.00 0
12/18/02 0.00 0
12/19/02 8.00 2
12/20/02 2.83 1
12/23/02 1.25 0
12/24/02 0.00 0
12/26/02 0.00 0
12/27/02 0.00 0
12/30/02 0.00 0
12/31/02 0.00 0


Idled
0.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00


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01/02/03 0.00 0
01/03/03 0.00 0
01/06/03 0.00 0
01/07/03 0.00 0
01/08/03 1.75 1
01/09/03 0.00 0
01/10/03 0.00 0
01/13/03 0.00 0
01/14/03 0.00 0
01/15/03 0.00 0
01/16/03 0.00 0
01/17/03 0.00 0
01/21/03 0.00 0
01/22/03 0.00 0
01/23/03 0.00 0
01/24/03 0.00 0
01/27/03 0.00 0
01/28/03 0.00 0
01/29/03 0.00 0
01/30/03 0.00 0
01/31/03 0.00 0


Volumes
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


Images
0
0
0
0
547
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


Idled0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4.00
4.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00


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Daniel diagnoses end-of-reel switch problem.


Daniel places loaner head onto boom--> problems with p-lamp,


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02/04/03
02/05/03
02/06/03


Hours Reels Volumes
0.00 0 0
0.00 0 0
0.00 0 0
0.00 0 0


02/07/03 0.00 0 0
02/10/03 0.00 0 0
02/11/03 0.00 0 0
02/12/03 0.00 0 0
02/13/03 0.00 0 0
02/14/03 0.00 0 0
02/17/03 0.00 0 0
02/18/03 0.00 0 0


02/19/03
02/20/03
02/21/03
02/24/03
02/25/03
02/26/03
02/27/03
02/28/03


0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00


0
0
0
0
0


0
0-


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0








0
0
0
0


Idled
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
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8.00
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0
0
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0 0-
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0 0

0 0


03/04/03
03/05/03
03/06/03
03/07/03
03/10/03


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0o
i7


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
433
0
982


Idled
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00

8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00

6.25
8.00
5.50


03/11/03 0.00
03/12/03 0.00
03/13/03 0.00
03/14/03 0.00
03/17/03 0.00
03/18/03 0.00
03/19/03 0.00
03/20/03 0.00
03/21/03 0.00
03/24/03 0.00
03/25/03 0.00
03/26/03 0.00
03/27/03 1.75
03/28/0310.00
03/31/03'2.50


DK arrives to install tubing etc.


DK leaves; will return.



DK returns to complete install.


DK leaves. But now camera re-initializes itself (three times in 5 minutes).
DK reports new footswitch has been shipped.
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06/02/03 0.00
06/03/03 8.08


0
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06/04/03 7.33 2
06/05/03 2.87 2


06/06/03 2.75 1
06/09/03 1.17 0
06/10/03 6.00 2
06/11/03 3.60 1
06/12/03 3.08 1
06/13/03 0.00 0
06/16/03 0.00 0
06/17/03 2.50 0_
06/18/03 0.00 0
06/19/03 5.52 0
06/20/03 0.00 0
06/23/03 2.75 0
06/24/03 0.00 0
06/25/03 0.00 0
06/26/03 4.50 0
06/27/03 3.67 1


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0
16
12
9
3
5
14
7
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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6
7


1789
1608
974
590
305
1303
865
543
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
398
704
968


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0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.50
0.00
2.00
0.00
8.00
4.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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Summer break
Summer break


Bob B. installs Micron filter.


Opened up camera head to compare with troubled Camera 3.


Slow leak from outlet cock. Left msg with Sherry. Installed Cam 3's compressor with Cam 4.
Idled, but no students.
Rec'd new compressor: strong leak from quick-disconnect when tube is inserted. Sherry says ship it back, and s
Shipped that head back. Rec'd and installed another. Filmed reshoots.


Reshoots.