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In the event of a fire or some other catastrophe in the library, which items from your collection would you save? With flames racing around you or the flood waters rising, the correct answer would probably be ‘whatever’s closest’, but as part of a coldly-considered risk assessment exercise, I am sure it is a question that has been pondered by all librarians with collection responsibilities at one time or another.

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