A TRIAL INDEX OF LAMINAL DISRUPTION1
George L. Stout
At the annual meeting of A. I. C. in 1974 some suggestions were offered on this subject (Bulletin, 14, No. 2, pp. 9–14). A much revised version with the title, “Trial Description of Disrupted Laminae,” was on the program of the fifth annual meeting in 1977. The content was essentially the same as the presented here.
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Miller, Bruce F., “The Feasibility of Using Thermography to Detect Subsurface Voids in Painted Wooden Panels,” Journal of the American Institute for ConservationXVI, 2, pp. 27–35.
Photographic illustrations, as shown in Figures 5–7, were provided through the courtesy of the following: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco (The Avery Brundage Collection) abbreviated as AAM of SF; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, ISGM; Prof. Sheldon Keck, Cooperstown Graduate Programs, Cooperstown, New York, KECK; and Teri Oikawa-Picante, Conservator, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, T O-P. Thanks are gladly recorded for these many favors.