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Gaylord Collections Conservation Award



Gaylord Collections Conservation Award
Applications due December 1, 1998.
Applications for the Gaylord Collections Conservation Award are due by
December 1, 1998. The award supports the professional development of
individuals involved in the conservation of library and archival
collections. Fundable activities include workshops, courses, internships
(formal and informal), and conferences on conservation topics. Funds may be
used for tuition, registration fees, travel, or accommodation costs.
Eligibility: The applicant should be an individual engaged full-time in the
conservation of library or archival collections (book, paper, photographic
materials). Applicants will be judged by the quality of the proposal, their
qualifications, and the potential impact of the proposal on the collections
in their care
Award: $1000 grant for the activities described in the grant application,
plus an all expense paid trip to the annual conference of the American
Institute for Conservation in St. Louis, MO in June of 1999.
Obligations: The winner must complete grant activities between June 1999 and
May 30, 2000 and submit a brief report before May 30, 2000.
To obtain an application form, contact Jody McNichol at Gaylord by email,
phone, or mail at:
Gaylord Bros., Collection Conservation Award, Box 4901, Syracuse, NY
13221-4901. Phone: 800-448-6160. Email: mcnichol@xxxxxxxxxxx
Application forms must be received by December 1, 1996.
If you have any questions about your proposal or eligibility, call
Peter Verheyen at the Gaylord Preservation Help Line, 800-428-3631 on
Thursdays or Fridays.


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Peter D. Verheyen
Archival Product Development Manager / Conservator
Gaylord Brothers
Box 4901
Syracuse, NY 13221
315.457.5070, ext.203
315.451.4760 <fax>
mailto:verheyen@xxxxxxxxxxx


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