This section is from the "A Bachelor's Cupboard" book, by John W. Luce.
When packing away flannels and heavy winter clothing, camphor gum wrapped in pieces of tissue paper put among the goods is warranted to keep away moths. No soiled clothing should be put away, as dirt attracts moths and buffalo bugs. Even perspiration stains under the arms will often attract them. The clothing
How a Man May Valet Himself should, if possible, be hung out for a day in the air and sunlight before packing away. To prevent creasing and wrinkling, which is so annoying, take old newspapers and lay them, without opening, between the folds. If there are few things in the trunk or chest, the remaining space should be filled with crumpled newspapers.