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Barbara Lubin Goldsmith Preservation and Conservation Lecture

From: Kate Murray <murrayk>
Date: Thursday, September 5, 1996
NYU Bobst Library Preservation Department is please to announce the
first lecture in the Barbara Lubin Goldsmith Preservation and
Conservation Lecture Series entitled "Assessing Long-Term
Environmental Effects in Library and Archives Collections".  The
speaker, James Reilly from IPI, will discuss the PI/TWPI index tool
assessing storage environments as described in the Commission on
Preservation and Access publication.

September 19, 1996
3:30 pm with reception to follow
Fales Library (NYU Bobst Library, 3rd floor)
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012

RSVP to Kate Murray by Sept.13, 1996
212-998-2562, murrayk [at] elmer1__bobst__nyu__edu.

The Barbara Lubin Goldsmith Preservation and Conservation Lecture
Series will sponsor lectures and other events semi-annually for at
least two years.  Planned future topics include the influence of
design binding on conservation techniques, environmental controls
and HVAC systems, and theory and practice in modern book
conservation. Please contact Kate Murray for more information or to
be placed on our mailing list.

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