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All-Purpose Index Cards
These all-purpose Index Cards are a useful addition to many of our metal edge boxes for separating and cataloging prints or other contents. Cards are die-cut from 10-point archival card stock (about the thickness of a business card). They are also useful as placeholders when contents are removed from storage. The cards are scored on one side and the bottom for easy trimming for use in smaller-size boxes, as indicated in the following list and its corresponding size chart below.
Cards are acid- and lignin-free. Full-sized cards (5”H x 7-3/8”W) fit the following boxes (see corresponding sizes in the chart below): 02-004, 02-005, 04-003, 04-004 & 02-108. Trimmed along their pre-scored lines (4-3/8”H x 6-3/8”W) these cards will also fit our 04-003 box.
Watch our short video: Acid-Free Index Cards Used to Organize Photo’s in Archival Boxes
Index Cards to be used with the following boxes:
04-003 Short Top 4x6 Prints (when trimmed)
04-004 Short Top 4x6 Envelopes or 5x7 Prints Cards / Stereocards
02-004 Hinged Lid Postcards or 5x7 Prints
02-005 Hinged Lid 4x6 Prints or CD’s
02-108 Hinged Lid 4x6 Envelopes or CD’s