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Objects Specialty Group Postprints Vol. 23 (2016) Electronic
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Objects Specialty Group Postprints

Volume Twenty-Three, 2016

Edited by Emily Hamilton and Kari Dodson with Laura Lipcsei, Christine Storti, and Leslie Friedman, Program Chairs

Proceedings of the Objects, Objects + Architecture, and Objects + Wooden Artifacts Specialty Group Sessions

May 13‒17, 2016

44th Annual Meeting

Montreal, Canada

 

 

PROGRAM CHAIR’S FOREWORD

Laura Lipcsei, OSG Program Chair

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A METHODOLOGY FOR DOCUMENTING PRESERVATION ISSUES AFFECTING CULTURAL HERITAGE IN SYRIA AND IRAQ

LeeAnn Barnes Gordon, Bijan Rouhani, Susan Penacho, and Allison Cuneo

1

THE EFFECT OF AN UNEXPECTED SPRING THAW IN MONTREAL: NATURAL DISASTER AS “FIFTH BUSINESS”

Brittany Webster, Anne MacKay, and Alexander Gabov

21

THE RESCUE AND CONSERVATION OF THE LOST SHUL MURAL

Richard L. Kerschner and Constance S. Silver

36

RED FLAMES, SILVER LININGS

Mimi Leveque and Eric Wolin

57

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN CONSERVATION OF LIVING MONASTIC HERITAGE IN THE TRANS-HIMALAYAN REGION OF LADAKH, INDIA

Satish C. Pandey, Joyoti Roy, and Noor Jahan

74

THE TREATMENT AND INSTALLATION OF A MONUMENTAL CEDAR SCULPTURE BY URSULA VON RYDINGSVARD

Emily Hamilton

93

THE STUDY OF BOXWOOD PRAYER BEADS AND MINIATURE ALTARS FROM THE THOMSON COLLECTION AT THE ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO AND THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Lisa Ellis and Pete Dandridge

108

 

DECOYS X-RAYED: WHAT VOLUME RAD TOMOSYNTHESIS AND COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY CONTRIBUTE TO TECHNICAL STUDY

Nancie Ravenel

110

THE AFTERMATH OF MENDS: REMOVING HISTORIC FABRIC TAPE FROM TLINGIT BASKETRY

Caitlin Mahony and Teri Rofkar

125

ENCOUNTERING THE UNEXPECTED IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN LACQUER: TREATING THE DORIS DUKE COLLECTION AT THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM

Stephanie Hulman, Meg Loew Craft, Glenn Gates, Herant P. Khanjian, and Michael R. Schilling

140

LOOKING AT GUILLOCHÉ IN CONSERVATION

Brittany Nicole Cox and David Lindow

162

WHEN IN ROME, DO AS THE ROMANS DO? THE CONSERVATION OF AN ITALIAN MARBLE AND MICROMOSAIC TABLETOP

Elizabeth La Duc

179

AN UNEXPECTED SURFACE: RESEARCH AND TREATMENT OF A 19TH CENTURY MOUNTED OYSTER SHELL BY FROMENT-MEURICE

Emily Brown

199

RESIN AND LAC ADHESIVES IN SOUTHWEST ARCHAEOLOGY AND MICROCHEMICAL TESTS FOR THEIR IDENTIFICATION

Christina Bisulca, Marilen Pool, and Nancy Odegaard

221

CONSERVATION OF JOAN MIRÓ’S BRONZE SCULPTURES AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

Megan Randall, Lynda Zycherman, and Roger Griffith

233

 

CONSERVATION AND INVESTIGATION OF AN ANCIENT HUMAN BURIAL AT ABYDOS, EGYPT

Lucy Skinner, Corina Rogge, Islam Shaheen, and Salima Ikram

256

FACING THE PAST FOR ACTION IN THE FUTURE: CULTURAL SURVIVAL IN NATIVE AMERICA

Kelly McHugh

278

TIPS SESSION

NO MORE HOLIDAYS: A TIP FOR METAL COATING

Tina Gessler and Steven Pine

291

DESICCANT TUBES FOR STORAGE OF UNSTABLE MATERIALS, OR CONFESSIONS OF A MICROCLIMATE DENIER

Dennis Piechota

297

TIPS FOR FEATHER FILLS

Fran Ritchie and Julia Sybalsky

303

CORE-DRILL SAMPLING WITH THE SHERLINE MILLING MACHINE

Anthony Sigel

309

AVOIDING MISTAKES: HOW NOT TO LOSE THINGS

Anthony Sigel