We have a WWII Esso map of the Pacific. It is marked with dates and locations corresponding to the movement of a capital ship during WWII, and even some references to task force numbers. The map is now coming apart at the folds and yellowing. Can we do anything to restore it? Could it be copied without causing more damage? I doubt a ship or naval museum would be interested, since the official deck logs are now public information. But interesting in itself.