Original caption: The interior of the Corbis Film Preservation Facility, located in an Iron Mountain underground storage facility in Pennsylvania. The 10,000-square-foot Corbis facility houses over 13 million photographic negatives, engravings and prints. The optimal storage conditions -- below zero degrees Fahrenheit and low humidity -- will ensure that the historically valuable collection will last hundreds of years, while remaining readily accessible. The move was necessary due to the high level of deterioration of the material, which includes the Bettmann collection and the UPI archives.
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