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History of preventive conservation

From: Dee Stubbs-Lee <dee.stubbs-lee<-a>
Date: Tuesday, February 5, 2008
Simon Lambert <simonlambert9 [at] hotmail__com> writes

>I am working on a paper about the history of preventive conservation as
>part of a degree in art conservation. I am interested in getting
>members' impressions and opinions about the early years of preventive
>conservation, what they think triggered this change in attitude towards
>conservation and when it occurred. ...

Each year at the annual conference of the Canadian Association for
Conservation of Cultural Property (CAC), we have a keynote speech
known as the Per Guldbeck memorial lecture. The topic of these
lectures generally deals with the development of, and changes in,
the conservation profession over the years. The transcript of the
Per Guldbeck lecture is published in the June edition of our
quarterly publication, the CAC Bulletin, each  year following the
conference. Perhaps these would be useful reading for your paper?

Dee Stubbs-Lee
President,
Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property


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