Here's a problem TPP has never had to deal with before. Our herbarium contains an unfiled folder of historically important specimens collected a bit over 100 years ago by Mary Strong Clemens, a famous plant collector, from places like Yellowstone National Park, but to be accessible, they need to be in the collection. The problem is that two to six different unrelated plants specimens are crowed onto 5" x 8" small pieces of mounting paper (the collector was probably short on paper) and labeled by hand right on the paper right next to the specimen. Now there are couple of possible solutions. First, you might attempt paper doll "surgery" to separate the specimens mounting the pieces of the original sheet on a new piece of mounting paper, but even with a careful hand this may not be easy or possible on all of these sheets, and aesthetically, it's a terrible solution. The solution that is leading the pack is to scan the specimens, like the above image, print it on archival paper and then file the "copies" in the right place for each specimen, but include a pointer on the photocopy "specimens" telling you where to find the "original", which will be filed correctly for one of the specimens. This sounds like a good little project for the next student intern to come along. Any other suggestions or solutions?