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Lighting of Valuable Objects
Light is a common cause of damage to paintings, drawings, books, artifacts, and virtually all types of historic and archival collections. It can cause paper to bleach, yellow, or darken, and it can weaken and embrittle the cellulose fibers that make up paper. It can also cause base materials and dyes used in documents, photographs, and art works to fade or change color.