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KORY BERRETT received his bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Utah in 1974. He established a private practice in objects conservation in 1990 and has been an active Conservation Assessment Program assessor and surveyor for the past six years. Berrett was objects conservator for the Winterthur Museum and taught objects conservation for eight years as an adjunct faculty member of the University of Delaware/Winterhur Art Conservation Program. He was apprentice trained at Mario's Conservation Services and received a certificate in objects conservation from the Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, in 1980. Address: 3054 Reisler Rd., Oxford, Pa. 19363.