I am just catching up on the May Caring for Your Photographs webinar, and noticed that acid-free buffered boxes were considered fine for storage. I have seen elsewhere (like Gaylord) that I should be looking for unbuffered. The photos in question are enclosed in PAT mylar, a mix of black and white silver gelatin and more modern color photos and negatives (no cyanotypes).
Thank you for your help with this!
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