Dyeline Drawing Collection

Made:
1903-1972
part of archive:
Science Museum Group Corporate Archive
maker:
Science Museum, London

Dyelines are prints made by the diazo process, in which a diazo compound is decomposed by ultraviolet light and was used frequently for engineering or architectural drawings. These dyelines were drawn by Science Museum staff in the first half of the 20th century and illustrate various items in the collection or models that were produced for exhibition.

Details

Identifier:
CORP/SCM/Dyelines
Access:
Open Access

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