1976 ICCM National Conference

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Editor: Sue Walston
Held in Canberra in 1976, papers were presented under three headings:
Development of conservation
Deterioration of collections
Standards for environmental control and storage design.
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Pollution and the deterioration of materials

Paper Author:

Chaston, S.H.H.

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1976

Pacific Regional Conservation Centre

Paper Author:

Werner, Anthony E.A.

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1976

Effects of the environment

Paper Author:

Thomson, Garry

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1976

Training for conservators

Paper Author:

Ambrose, W R

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1976

The role of preservation in the National Archives

Paper Author:

Neale, R.G.

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1976

A proposed conservation course at the C.C.A.E

Paper Author:

Richardson, S.

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1976

Conservation priorities in museums

Paper Author:

Ling, J.

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1976
Conservation in Australia. Proceedings of the ICCM National Conference, Canberra, May 1976 (1977), pp.19-22 Abstract This paper discusses the conservation priorities in Museums in Australia. Museums are conservation-their role is to preserve material in an undamaged stable state. The main problem facing Australian museums today is the rescue of a rapidly increasing quantity of material, […]

A national conservation programme

Paper Author:

Pearson, Colin

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1976

The preservation of the Aboriginal cultural heritage

Paper Author:

Mulvaney, D.J.

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1976
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