Archiving and storage of your copies of the census returns should be printed on acid free paper, stored in acid free pockets and organised in a census storage binder. The 1911 census is also the first to provide copies in colour and with your ancestors own handwriting - so more important to preserve these forever.
You can also organise and store all your other census pages from 1841 to 1911 of course. Why not take an A4 4 ring binder for each census?
This economical clear A4 landscape binder is ideal for storage of A4 landscape size census records or any other documents you wish to preserve.
A quality 4 ring mechanism for secure storage and a clear hard cover allows the first page to be viewed through the cover.
Binder dimensions: 34cm x 23cm (13½ x 9 inches approx.)
We also stock an economical acid free archival polypropylene A4 landscape pocket for these binders in packs of 10, 30, 50 and 100.
Pocket dimensions: 30cm x 21cm (11¾ x 8¼ inches approx.)
These are archival safe and being a slightly thinner gauge allow more pockets to be inserted into the binder.
These are in addition to our higher thicker gauge quality pockets used mainly for certificate storage.
These pockets with a white strip in the margin open at the ring end providing security of the pages and can be accessed without opening the ring mechanism. You can also place your census pages back to back to double the capacity.
Remember to print your census records on Acid Free Paper