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Subdividers

Courtesy National Museum of the American Indian

Courtesy National Museum of the American Indian

Subdividing containers such as boxes, trays or drawers is akin to providing containerization within a smaller set of parameters. Subdividing these spaces allows for additional organization and options for support or bracing of the items inside the container. Subdividers can be constructed from a variety of materials including metal, mat board, fluted or corrugated cardboard or inert plastics.

 

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Accordion-fold Divider System, 
Kate Wight Tyler
Cushion and Subdivider for Mid-sized Skulls in Storage Boxes or Trays
, Catharine A. Hawks
Emergency Cart for Protecting Collections from Water Damage, Michael R. Harris
Lightweight Subdividers for Cabinets, Margot Brunn
Magnetic Stops or Barriers to Organize Metal Drawers, F. G. Hochberg and Henry W. Chaney
Temporary Storage System for Flat, Brittle Fiber Objects, Diana H. Dicus and Linda W. F. Hee
Bumper Tray Inserts, National Museum of the American Indian Move Team
Bead Counter Inserts, National Museum of the American Indian Move Team
Interlocking Grid System, Allison L. Rabent
Panoramic Photograph Housing Angela M. Andres and Laura McCann

 

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