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Papers Presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works in Dallas, Texas May 30 - June 5, 2001. Compiled by Heather Galloway.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Julie Arslanoglu and Tom Learner, The Evaluation ofLaropal A8]: Paraloid B-72 Polymer Blend.
Varnishes For Painted and Decorative Surfaces: Physical Properties and Stability. (p. 1)
M. Randall Ash, Moving A Wall: The Howard Cook Fresco Conservation Project (VIDEO) (p. 19)
Joseph G. Barabe, Ramen Spectroscopy and Art Authentication (p. 23)
William P. Brown, Technical Study and Restoration of an Early 17th Century Landscape Painting by Esaias Van De Velde (p. 39)
Elizabeth Jablonski, The Conservation Cleaning of Acrylic Dispersion Paint Films: Preliminary Investigations (p. 47)
Helen Mar Parkin, "There Might Be Murals... ": The Conservation of the Robert S. Duncanson Murals (p. 53)
Victoria Montana Ryan and D. Hays Shoop, Healing the Community: A Collaborative Project for Columbine High School (p. 63)
Gianfranco Pocobene, The Conservation of The Founding of Saugus Mural by Elizabeth Tracy Montminy (p. 69)
Richard J. Trela, Treatment ofWWII Bomber Folk Art (p. 77)
Tom Braun, Using Magnets as a Temporary Adhesive (p. 83)
Tom Braun, More Virtual Conservation with Adobe Photoshop (p. 85)
Carolyn Tomk, Is that Silicone Release Mylar getting in the way (p. 87)