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Conserve O Gram

Conserve O Gram

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Published by National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museum conservation methods -- United States -- Tables,
  • Museum techniques -- Tables

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    Other titlesTable of contents
    ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14453689M
    OCLC/WorldCa32059973


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Conserve O Grams What are Conserve O Grams. They are short, focused leaflets about caring for museum objects, published in loose-leaf topics are added as needed and out-of-date issues are revised or deleted. Semiannual supplements will be issued for an indeterminate period.

Click here to view the current selection of Conserve O Grams. Conserve O Gram September Number 19/18 How To Care For Bound Archival Materials Many archival and manuscript collections include bound volumes, such as albums, scrapbooks, ledgers, journals, notebooks, diaries, and published or rare books.

This Conserve O Gram provides general guidelines for caring for these materials. The Conserve-O-grams relate to the conservation and preservation of objects such as fine arts, furniture, ceramics, glass, leatherwork, books and papers, and new techniques, materials or technologies involved in conservation.

Authors can submit their Conserve-O-Gram proposals to the National Park Service for peer edits and approval. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Conserve O Gram 19/ 1 for the criteria used to determine whether a book is rare and Conserve 0 Gram for guidelines on the use and handling of rare books. Housing the Collection. When rare books are housed in equipment Conserve O Gram book specifically for support and protection, wear and tear is File Size: 1MB.

Storage techniques for canoe paddles and long-handled tools (Conserve O Gram) [Anthony M Knapp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. National Park Service Conserve O Gram 21/1 The Conserve O Gram series is published as a reference on collections management and curatorial issues.

Mention of a product, a man-ufacturer, or a supplier by name in this publication does not con-stitute an endorsement of. (EN) (PDF) – Conserve O Grams | Museum Management Program. What are Conserve O Grams. They are short, focused leaflets about caring for museum objects, published in loose-leaf topics are added as needed and out-of-date issues are revised or deleted.

Semiannual supplements will be issued for an indeterminate period. The National Park Service (NPS) Conserve O Gram (COG) series is geared to collections management staff. Technical Conserve O Gram book cover a range of collections types, including archives, ceramics, digital media, fine arts, furniture, leatherwork, natural history collections, photographs, and textiles.

Books and Bound Items A book consists predominantly of paper and/or parchment leaves, often with assorted isolated components, all of which is sewn or glued together and then attached to a cover. During the early modern period, the textblock was made from large sheets of paper or parchment that were folded down to the desired size.

Books and products we recommend: CCI Tech Bulletin #11 Dry Methods for Surface Cleaning of Paper by Janet Cowan. This practical instruction guide is perfect for use by those responsible for care and preservation of works on paper.

Describes problems caused by dirt and potential difficulties from the nature and / or condition of paper artifacts. Archives: Reference Photocopying (PDF format) (Conserve O Gram 19/7, ) Judging Permanence for Reformatting Projects: Paper and Inks (PDF format) (Conserve O Gram 19/14, ) Storing Archival Paper-Based Materials (PDF format) (Conserve O Gram 19/15, ) Housing Conserve O Gram book Paper-Based Materials (PDF format) (Conserve O Gram 19/16, ).

Mounts should be designed to protect their objects during the total period of the exhibition. A properly mounted object is protected from slippage, jarring, and other movements due to air currents, ambient vibration, and visitor movement. Polyester Film Book Supports (Conserve-O-Gram 18/1).

If you find nitrate negatives in your collection, follow the instructions in NPS Conserve O Gram 2/20 and NPS Conserve O Gram 02/ Dissociation. One of the biggest threats to our collections is dissociation – literally separating information from the object.

The conservation and restoration of waterlogged wood is the process undertaken by conservator-restorers of caring for and maintaining waterlogged wooden artefacts to preserve their form, and the information they contain.

It covers the processes that can be taken by conservators, archaeologists, and other museum professionals to conserve waterlogged wood. Using Archives: A Guide to Effective Research.

By Laura Schmidt. Example: Checking out a book from a library causes it to eventually wear out, and then the library buys a new copy of the same book. Checking out the handwritten diary of a historic figure from an archives would cause the same physical deterioration, but the diary is.

Removing ferrous oxide (FeO) from the paper appears to be a key step in both removing the stains and preventing their recurrence.

Where appropriate, such as in visibly moldy books and papers, mold needs to be physically removed from paper and book surfaces first, typically by gentle brushing, wiping, or HEPA vacuuming.

Society of American Archivists. Caring for Collections Paper, Books & Photographs. Image Permanence Institute (IPI): Library. The Oddy test has gone through many changes and refinements over time.

Whereas Andrew Oddy proposed to place each metal coupon in a separate glass container with the material to be tested, Bamberger et al. [1] proposed a "three-in-one" test, where all three metal coupons shared one container, simplifying the procedure.

The National Park Service (NPS) Conserve O Gram (COG) series is geared to collections management staff. Technical leaflets cover a range of collections types, including archives, ceramics, digital media, fine arts, furniture, leatherwork, natural history collections, photographs, and textiles.

A herbarium is a collection of preserved plant specimens and associated data used for scientific study. Originally, the word "herbarium" referred to books about medicinal plants.

InFrench botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort used the word to describe a collection of dried plants and Carl Linnaeus continued to use this term in his work which is where the term caught on.

The Northeast Document Conservation Center specializes in paper and book conservation. NEDCC performs conservation treatment for photographs, books, prints, documents, maps, and globes. NEDCC’s professional conservators also treat architectural plans, parchment, papyrus, wallpaper, and works of art on paper including charcoal drawings and watercolor paintings.

Clear Search You are filtering by the category: Books. Clarkson, Christopher, and Sherelyn Ogden, "The Book Shoe: Description and Uses", Preservation of Library and. Farmers and You: Conserving Our Natural Resources m il l i p e d e s p r o t z o b c te r a s o i l m t a f u n g r i n g a i l n e m at o e s One gram (less than one ounce) of soil contains 5, different types of bacteria.

1, earthworms can be found in an acre of healthy soil. One tablespoon of soil has more organisms in it than there. Temperature and Relative Humidity Introduction Definitions Temperature “A degree of hotness or coldness measured on one of several arbitrary scales based on some observable phenomenon (as the expansion of mercury).” (Webster's 3rd Ed, ) Relative Humidity.

The difference between preserve and conserve. When you conserve something, you ensure that you make use of it wisely. You make sure it is not wasted. There is a suggestion that if you do not make careful use of it, then chances are it will be impo.

The Regional Alliance for Preservation provides information and resources on preservation and conservation for cultural institutions and the public throughout the United States.

National Park Service Formerly issued as Conserve O Gram 3/6. Revised, July Mold is the common term used to describe a downy or furry growth on the surface or organic matter, caused by fungi, especially in the presence of dampness and decay.

CONSOL Energy Mine Map Preservation Project CONSOL Energy Inc. National Mine Map Repository, US Dept. of the Interior, Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation & Enforcement. The albumen & salted paper book: The history and practice of photographic printing, Rochester, NY: Light Impressions Corporation.

Retrieved from: Conserve O Gram, 9(1). National Archives (U.K.) (n.d.). How to deal with red-rotted bindings. Preserving Digital History: What We Can Do Today to Help Tomorrow’s Historians The Fragility of Digital Materials. f only digital preservation were as easy as changing the quality of the paper we print on, as publishers and archivists have done by using high-grade acid-free paper for documents deemed sufficiently important for long-term preservation.

Conserve-O-Grams Brief online guides distributed by the National Park Service that discuss methods of caring for all kinds of materials. See Conserve-O-Gram 19/3 for “Use and Handling of Author: Pati Threatt.

Conserve O Gram Health And Safety Hazards Arising From Floods Conserve O Gram An Emergency Cart For Salvaging Water-Damaged Objects Conserve O Gram Salvage Of Water-Damaged Collections: Salvage At A Glance Conserve O Gram Salvage At A Glance, Part I: Paper Based Collections Conserve O Gram Salvage.

Mold & mold stains on photographs: Suggestions for cleaning mold on photographic prints on paper: how to remove mold on photos, what mistakes to avoid.

We include list of authoritative references about mold on photographs: cause, cure, and prevention. This article series defines book & paper foxing - those reddish-brown stains found on some old books, papers, photographs, and other paper products.

Conserve O Gram 19/ NPS and GPO Aug What Makes a Book Rare. Conserve O Gram 19/1 NPS and GPO Jul Contact Diane Vogt-O'Connor directly. McCormick, Alex. Papier-Mâché Style. Radnor, Pa.: Chilton Book Company, Papier-Mâché Anatomical Models: Davis, Audrey B., “ Louis Thomas Jerôme Auzoux and the Papier-Mâché Anatomical Model", Rivista di Storia delle Scienze Mediche e Naturali Review of the History of the Sciences Medicaland Natural, vol xx.

From the Acts of the. Conserve O Gram 3/7: Monitoring Insect Pests With Sticky Traps (August ) (National Park Service) Donia Conn has worked in conservation and preservation for the past 18 years, specializing in book conservation and preservation training.

She is a preservation consultant and adjunct faculty for the Simmons College Graduate School of. • National Park Service: “Mold: Prevention Of Growth In Museum Collections” (Conserve O Gram Series, August3/1) Insects • Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) o “Controlling Insect Pests with Low Temperature”, CCI Notes 3/3 o “Psocids or "Book Lice": a Warning of Dampness”, CCI Notes 3/4.

• “Dusting Wood Objects” (Conserve O Gram Series, SeptemberNumber 7/5) • “Emergency Treatment for Water-Soaked Furniture and Wooden Objects” (Conserve O Gram Series, JulyNumber 7/7) • Museum Handbook: Appendix N, “Curatorial Care of Wooden Objects” • Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute.

Care of Archival Compact Discs (Conserve O Gram19/19, National Park Service, ) Care of Archival Digital and Magnetic Media (Conserve O Gram 19/20, National Park Service, ) Caring for CDs and DVDs (The British Library, National Preservation Office, ).

The book should be tilted forward so that the spine is higher than the edge of the text block; this will prevent dirt from getting pushed down into the spine or the text block.

b) Wipe or brush away from the spine, cleaning the top of the book first.Published by National Park Service (USA) in the Conserve O Gram series (Conserve O Grams are short, focused leaflets about caring for museum objects, published in loose-leaf format) Published in Preservation Advice/Information.

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