RECENT TRENDS IN BOOK CONSERVATION AND LIBRARY COLLECTIONS CARE
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Espinosa, R.1991. Board reattachment with joint tackets. Unpublished manuscript.
Etherington, D. n.d.Minimal intervention for preservation of collection problems: Split joints on leather bindings. Unpublished manuscript.
Frost, G.1991. Originals and copies: Duplicity in library preservation. Unpublished paper presented at Columbia University School of Library Service Conservation Forum, New York City.
Abbey, Newsletter. 1989. Saving art history. Abbey Newsletter13(8):148
Abbey Newsletter. 1990. The idea of a central depository. Abbey Newsletter14(4):69
Abbey Newsletter. 1990. Pat Battin replies to advocates of repair funding. Abbey Newsletter14(2):25
American Archivist. 1990. Special preservation issue. American Archivist53(2): entire issue.
Banks, P.1989. The nature of research library collections. Comments at NISO Subcommittee R meeting, Austin, Tex. 12 May. Unpublished typescript.
BookLab, Inc. n.d. BookLab booknote 3: Collection maintenance repair for publishers' cased books. Austin, Tex.: BookLab, Inc.
Commission on Preservation and Access. 1989. Progress report. Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access.
Commission on Preservation and Access. 1990. Selection for preservation of research library materials. American Council of Learned Societies Newsletter2(3):10–12.
Frost, G.1989. Quick, cheap, good: Library collection conservation, a viewpoint from BookLab, Inc. Paper presented at Columbia University School of Library Service.
Gertz, J.1990. Letter to the editor. Abbey Newsletter14(2):30.
Kulp, L.1990. Letter to the editor. Abbey Newsletter14(2):13.
Library of Congress. 1991. Library announces book preservation plans: Status of the mass deacidification program. Library of Congress Information Bulletin50(9):162.
LITA. 1991. Emerging technologies interest group. Library and Information Technology Association Newsletter12(2):13.
McCorison, M.1989. Statement on conservation, made to the Commission on Preservation and Access. Abbey Newsletter14(5):84.
McCrady, E.1990. Preservation issues at ALA Chicago. Abbey Newsletter14(5):77–78.
McCrady, E.1990. Deacidification vs microfilming. Abbey Newsletter14(6):112–13.
McCrady, E.1991. ALA midwinter in the Windy City. Abbey Newsletter15(1):1–2,4.
NEH. 1990. Preservation programs, guidelines and application instructions. Washington, D.C.: National Endowment for the Humanities, Office of Preservation.
Ogden, B.1989. On the preservation of books and documents in original form. Report for the Commission on Preservation and Access. Abbey Newsletter14(4):62–64.
Parisi, P., and J., Merrill-Oldham, eds.1986. Library Binding Institute Standard for Library Binding. Rochester, N.Y.: Library Binding Institute.
Waters, P.19861990. Phased preservation: A philosophical concept and practical approach to preservation. Special Libraries81(1):35–43.
MARIA FREDERICKS received a B.A. in art history from Swarthmore College in 1978. She began her conservation training in 1981 at William Minter Bookbinding and Conservation in Chicago while working at the Newberry Library bindery. She later served internships at the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, and the Library of Congress. She has worked as a rare book conservator at the Library of Congress (1986–89) and at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (1989–90). She is currently associate conservator for library collections at Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library and an adjunct assistant professor in the University of Delaware/Winterthur Art Conservation Program. Address: Conservation Division, Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, Route 52, Winterthur, Del. 19735.