Library of Congress to preserve and restore pulp-fiction

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Library of Congress to preserve and restore pulp-fiction
In the first half of the 20th century, wood pulp was used as a cheap paper for authors to print on. Pulp paper was never meant to be saved and disintegrates over time, but a major effort is under way at the Library of Congress to preserve this part of American literature. Chip Reid reports.
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