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The attached Disaster Preparedness BIBLIOGRAPHY was prepared for in-house use at the museum sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It is strictly a draft list, and is frequently updated as new materials and publications become available. If you feel that there is an error or there are materials that should be added to this Bibliography, please contact me at my E-Mail address and let me know the citation. I would be happy to add it as I want to make this list as inclusive as possible.

 

 

HOW TO WRITE A DISASTER PLAN

 

Candee, Mary E. & Casagrande, Richard (ed.). PREP: Planning for Response and Emergency Preparedness. Austin, TX: Texas Association of Museums, 1993. (TAM, Box 13353, Austin, TX 78711).

Darling, Pamela W, "Disaster Prevention and Preparedness." Preservation Planning Program Resource Notebook. 311-359. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries Office of Management Studies, 1982.

Fortson-Jones, Judith, "Practically Speaking-How to Develop a Disaster Plan for Books and Records Repositories." History News (May 1983).

Grant, Joan, Barbara Jones, Nancy Kranish and Janice Maiman, eds. Disaster Plan Workbook. New York: New York University, Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 1984.

Museum Council of Philadelphia & Delaware Valley. Disaster Preparation: A Manual and Resource Guide. Philadelphia: MCPDV, 1990.

National Institute for Conservation. Emergency Response & Salvage Wheel. Washington: NIC, 1997.

NIC. Emergency Preparation & Response. Washington: NIC, 1991.

National Trust for Historic Preservation, Chubb, and Alexander & Alexander. Workshop Notebook: Disaster Planning & Loss Control Workshop. Washington: NTHP, et. al., 1992.

New York University Libraries Preservation Committee. Disaster Plan Workbook. New York: NYU Libraries, 1984.

North Atlantic Regional Office/North Capital Regional Office. Collections Emergency Operations Plan. Washington: NIC, ND.

Northeast Document Conservation Center, Disaster Planning Kit. Andover Mass: Northeast Document Conservation Center, 1982.

O'Connell, Mildred, "Disaster Planning: Writing and Implementing Plans for Collections-Holding Institutions." Technology and Conservation 8 (Summer 1983) :18-24.

Schneider, Paul G., Jr. & Forsht, Nichol J. Model Emergency Plan. Albany, NY: New York State Office of Parks & Recreation-Bureau of Historic Sites.

 

 

GENERAL

Barton, John P., and Joharma G. Wellheiser, eds. An Ounce of Prevention: A Handbook on Disaster Contingency Planning for Archives. Libraries and Records Centres. Toronto: Toronto Area Archivists Group Education Foundation, 1985.

Battle, Martha E and Pamela Meister, eds. 1991 Disaster Preparedness Seminar Proceedings. [S.l.]: Southeastern Museums Conference, 1991.

Blackmon-Mooring Steamatic Catastrophe, Inc. BMS Catastrophe Disaster Restoration Guide for Museum Planners. Fort Worth, TX: BMS Catastrophe, October, 1993.

Buchanan, Sally. "Disaster, Prevention, Preparedness and Action." Library Trends 30 (Fall 1981): 241-252.

"Disaster: Preparing for the Worst." Museum News (theme issue) 69 (May-June 1990): 50-70.

"Emergency Preparedness." History News (theme issue) 48 (January-February 1993): 4-19.

Fennelly, Lawrence J. Museum, Archive and Library Security. Stoneham, Mass.: Butterworth Publishers, 1983.(Chapter 11, "Museum Disaster Planning," John E. Hunter).

Fortson, Judith. Disaster Planning and Recovery: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians and Archivists. New York: Neal-Schuman. 1992.

Gaskins, Paulette E. and Catherine D. Scott. Disasters and Disaster Planning: Earthquakes. Fires, Floods. and Other Disasters in Cultural Institutions. Washington, DC: Museum Reference Center, Smithsonian Institution Libraries, 1987.

Goldich, Louis. Safeguarding Your Collection from Disasters: Selected Resources. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Art, 1987.

Hunter, John. "Emergency Preparedness for Museums, Historic Sites, and Archives: An Annotated Bibliography." AASLH Technical Leaflet #114. Nashville, TN: American Association for State and Local History, 1979.

Hunter, John E. "Museum Collections: Emergency Planning." In National Park Service Museum Handbook Part I: Museum Collections. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, Curatorial Services Division, 1990.

Jones, Barclay, ed. Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters. Stoneham, MA: Butterworth Publishers, 1986.

Krikorian, Michael, Disaster and Emergency Planning. Loganville, GA: International Loss Control Institute, 1982.

 

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Lawrence, Priscilla O'Reilly. Before Disaster Strikes: Prevention. Planning. and Recovery. New Orleans: The Historic New Orleans Collection, 1992.

Lindblom, Beth C. and Karen Motylewski. "Disaster Planning for Cultural Institutions." AASLH Technical Leaflet #183. Nashville, TN: American Association for State and Local History, 1993.

Matthai, Robert A, "Protection of Cultural Properties During Energy Emergencies." New York Arts/Energy Study Association and American Association of Museums, 1978.

Murray, Toby. "Disaster Preparedness: A Checklist." Oklahoma Field Advisory Service: Technical Bulletin No. 2 (October 1989).

Murray, Toby, compiler. Bibliography on Disaster, Disaster Preparedness and Disaster Recovery. Tulsa, Okla.: Oklahoma Conservation Congress, 1986.

Myers, James N., and Denise D. Bedford, eds. Disasters: Prevention and Coping. Proceedings of the Conference, 21-22 May 1980. Stanford: Stanford University Libraries, 1981.

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Protection of Museums and Museum Collections (NFPA 911). Quincy, MA: National Fire Protection Association, 1985.

National Fire Protection Association. NFPA 910 Recommended Practice for the Protection of Libraries and Library Collections, 1985 ed. Quincy, Mass: National Fire Protection Association, 1985.

Nelson, Carl L. Protecting the Past from Natural Disasters. Washington, DC: Preservation Press, 1991.

O'Connell, Mildred. "Disaster Planning: Writing & Implementing Plans for Collections-Holding Institutions." Technology & Conservation 8 (Summer 1983): 18-24.

Ogden, Sherelyn, ed. Preservation of Library & Archival Materials: A Manual. Andover, MA: Northeast Document Conservation Center, 1992.

Society of American Archivists. Disaster Prevention and Preparedness. Problems in Archives Kit No. 10. Chicago: SAA, 1982.

Solley, Thomas T., Joan Williams, and Linda Baden. Planning for Emergencies: A Guide for Museums. Washington, DC: Association of Art Museum Directors, 1987.

Spawn, Willman, "Disasters: Can We Plan for Them? If Not, How Can We Proceed?" Harrisburg, The Conservation & Preservation of Historical Materials, Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, 1979.

Sykes, Marzy. Helping Young Children Cope with a Disaster. Philadelphia, PA, Please Touch Museum, 1993.

 

WATER-RELATED: FLOOD, HURRICANE, TORNADOES

 

Bomar, George. Texas Weather. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983.

Federal Emergency Management Agency and Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, U.S. Department of Commerce. Preparing for Hurricanes and Coastal Flooding: A Handbook for Local Officials. FEMA-50. Washington, DC: FEMA, 1983.

Federal Emergency Management Agency. Earthquake Preparedness and Public Information Materials: An Annotated Bibliography. Earthquake Reduction Series.

Houghton, E.L. and N.B. Carruthers. Wind Forces on Buildings and Structures. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1976.

Jacob, Klaus H., and Carl Turkstra, eds. Earthquake Hazards and the Design of Constructed Facilities in the Eastern United States. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1989.

Martin, John H., ed. The Corning Flood: Museum Underwater. Corning, N.Y.: The Corning Museum of Glass, 1977.

Mathieson, David F. "Hurricane Preparedness: Establishing Workable Policies for Dealing with Storm Threats." Technology & Conservation 8 (Summer 1983): 28-29.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Tornados--Nature's Violent Storms: A Preparedness Guide. NOAA/PA 92052, ARC 5002. Baltimore, MD: NOAA, September 1992.

Spawn, Willman, "After the Water Comes." Pennsylvania Library Association Bulletin, 28:243-51 (November 1973).

Walsh, Betty. "Salvage Operations for Water-Damaged Collections." Western Association for Art Conservation Newsletter 10, no. 2 (May 1988).

Waters, Peter. Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials. 2nd ed. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1979.

 

EARTHQUAKES

Agbabian, Mihran S., William S. Ginell, Sami F. Masri, and Robert L. Nigbor. "Evaluation of Earthquake Damage Mitigation Methods for Museum Objects." Studies in Conservation 36 (May 1991): 111-120.

Agbabian, M. S., S. F. Masri and R. L. Nigbor. "Evaluation of Seismic Mitigation Measures for Art Objects." Getty Conservation Institute Scientific Program Report (January 1990).

Algermissen, S. T. An Introduction to the Seismicity of the United States. Buffalo, N.Y.: State University of New York, 1983.

Comu, Elisabeth and Lesley Bone. "Seismic Disaster Planning: Preventive Measures Make a Difference." WAAC Newsletter 13 (September 1991): 13-19.

Crehan, Julie and Lori Van Handel. "Seismic Protection in Museum Storage: Affordable Solutions." WAAC Newsletter 12 (September 1990): 24.

Federal Emergency Management Agency. Earthquake Public Information Materials: An Annotated Bibliography. FEMA-67. Washington, DC: FEMA, 1986.

Gere, James M. and Haresh C. Shah. Terra Non Firma: Understanding and Preparing for Earthquakes. New York: W.J. Freeman and Company, 1984.

Ginell, William S. "Making It Quake Proof." Museum News 69 (May-June 1990): 60-63.

McGavin, Gary L. Earthquake Protection of Essential Building Equipment: Design. Engineering, Installation. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1981.

Networks: Earthquake Preparedness News. Oakland, Calif.: Bay Area Region 31 Earthquake Preparedness Project.

Solley, Thomas T., Joan Williams, and Linda Baden, comps. Planning for Earthquakes: A Guide for Museums. Washington, DC: American Association of Museums, 1987.

 

 

 

FIRE

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. Fire Safety Retrofitting in Historic Buildings. Washington, D.C.: Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and General Services Administration, 1989.

Cohn, Bert M. "Fire Safety in Recycled Buildings: Establishing the Level of Protection Equivalent to Code Requirements." Technology & Conservation 5 (Summer 1980): 40-45.

Damant, G., "New Concern for the Flammability of Building Contents." Interior Design 57 (November 1986) :97.

Ferguson, David J. "Designing for Fire & Life Safety: the Development of Suitable Systems for an Underground Museum." Technology & Conservation 7 (Winter 1982): 26-30.

McKinnon, Gordon P. Fire Protection Handbook. Boston: National Fire Protection Association, 1976.

Morris, John. Managing the Library Fire Risk. 2nd ed. Berkeley: Univ. of California, 1979.

Musgrove, Stephen W, "A New Look at Fire Protection." Museum News 62, no. 6 (August 1984) :11.

Nelson, Harold E. "Fire Protection for Archives and Records Centers." Records Management Quarterly 2 (1968): 19-23.

Schur, Susan E. "Fire Protection at Mount Vernon: Incorporating Modem Fire Safety Systems into an Historic Site." Technology & Conservation 5 (Winter 1980): 18-25.

Schur, Susan E. "Fire Protection/Safety Roundup: Guide to Manufacturers & Suppliers of for Fire Detection, Suppression & Safety." Technology & Conservation 5 (Summer 1980): 46-50.

Tiszkus, Alphonse R. and E.G. Dressler. "Fire Protection Planning for Cultural Institutions: Blending Risk Management, Loss Prevention, and Physical Safeguards." Technology & Conservation 5 (Summer 1980): 18-23.

Trinkley, Michael. Can You Stand the Heat? A Fire Safety Primer for Libraries. Archives. and Museums. Atlanta: SOLINET, 1991/92.

 

 

 

BUILDING FAILURE

Matthai, Robert A., ed. Protection of Cultural Properties During Energy Emergencies. 2nd ed. New York: Arts/Energy Study and American Association of Museums. 1978.

Northeast Document Conservation Center. Vulnerability of Collections During Renovations. Technical Leaflet, General Preservation. Andover, MA: 1992.

 

 

 

MAN-MADE DISASTERS

Boston, Guy D. Terrorism: A Selected Bibliography. Suppl. to the 2nd edition. Washington, DC: National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, US Department of Justice, 1977.

Boston, Guy D., Kevin O'Brien, and Joanne Palumbo. Terrorism: A Selected Bibliography. 2nd edition. Washington, DC: National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, US Department of Justice, 1977.

Boyd, Raymond G. "Bomb Call!" Security World 14 (November 1977): 29.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Bomb Threats and Search Techniques. Washington, DC: US Department of Treasury. 1976.

Mahoney, H.T. "After a Terrorist Attack--Business as Usual." Security Management 19 (March 1975): 16,18-19.

Tierney, Kathleen J. A Primer for Preparedness for Acute Chemical Emergencies. Columbus, OH: Disaster Research Center, 1980.

 

 

 

PEST CONTROL

Harmon, James D. Integrated Pest Management in Museum, Library and Archival Facilities. Indianapolis, IN: Harmon Preservation Pest Management, 1993.

Parker, Thomas A. How to Recognize and Eliminate Silverfish, Beetles, Cockroaches, Moths, Termites,. Rats and Mildew in Libraries and Archives. Upland, PA: Diane Publishing, 1988.

Schur, Susan E. "Pest Control Roundup: Guide to Manufacturers and Suppliers of Products & Systems for Treating & Eliminating Insects & Bugs in Cultural Facilities." Technology & Conservation 8 (Spring 1983): 25-26.

Story, Keith O. Approaches to Pest Management in Museums. Washington, DC: Conservation Analytical Laboratory. Smithsonian Institution. 1985.

Zycherman, Linda, ed. A Guide to Museum Pest Control. Washington, DC: Association of Systematics Collections, 1988.

 

 

 

INSURANCE

Association of Research Libraries. Office of Management Services. Insuring Library Collections and Buildings. SPEC Flyer 178. Washington, DC: ARL, 1991.

Babcock, Phillip and Barbara J. Redjinski. "Highly Protected Risk Insurance." Museum News 61 (November-December 1982): 19-22.

Babcock, Phillip and Marr T. Haack. "Plain-English Collections Insurance." Museum News 59 (July-August 1981): 22-25.

Bologna, Jack. "Disaster/Recovery Planning: A Qualitative Approach." Assets Protection 6 (July-August 1981): 25-29.

Chubb Group of Insurance Companies. Risk Management for Museums and Cultural Institutions. Warren, New Jersey: Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, 1992.

Davis, Sheryl. "Some Guidelines for Understanding Insurance Coverage." Conservation News, Volume 11, Number 1, March 1991, page 21.

DuBose, Beverly M., Jr. Insuring Against Loss. Technical Leaflet Number 5. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1969.

Flitner, Arthur. An Insurance Primer for the Local Historical Organization. AASLH Technical Leaflet #147. Nashville: AASLH, 1986.

Gallery Association of New York State. Insurance and Risk Management for Museums and Historic Societies. Hamilton, NY: Gallery Association of New York State, 1985.

Gandert, Slade Richard. "Insurance." Library & Archival Security, Volume 4, Numbers 1/2. 1982, pages 118-121.

Johnson, Edward H. Protecting the Library and Its Resources: A Guide to Physical Protection and Insurance, Chicago: American Library Association, 1963.

Kenneweg, Richard. "Developing a Library Insurance Program: Part I." Library Security Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 1976, pages 11-14.

Kenneweg, Richard. "Developing a Library Insurance Program: Part II." Library Security Newsletter_, Volume 2, Number 2, Spring 1978, pages 12-14.

Myers, Gerald E. Insurance Manual for Libraries. Chicago: American Library Association, 1977

Seal, Robert A. "Insurance for Libraries: Part I." Conservation Administration News, Number 19, October 1984, pages 8-9.

 

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Seal, Robert A. "Insurance for Libraries: Part II." Conservation Administration News. Number 20, January 1985, pages 10-11,26.

Stumpf, Warren W.- "Liability Insurance for Library Directors and Officers." Library & Archival Security, Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 1985, pages 33-37.

Ungarelli, Donald L. "Insurance and Prevention: Why and How?" Library Trends, Volume 33, Number 1, Summer 1984, pages 57-68.

 

 

 

SECURITY

Burke, Robert B. and Sam Adeloye, A Manual of Basic Museum Security. Leicester, Great Britain: ICOM, International Committee in Museum Security, 1986.

Keller, Steven R. "The Security of Art in Transit." Paper presented at the National Conference on Museum Security, Smithsonian Institution, 1983.

Sable, Martin H. The Protection of the Library and Archive: An International Bibliography. New York: Haworth Press, 1983. Reprinted from Library Archival Security 5 (Summer/Fall 1983).

Zeidberg, David S. Collection Security in ARL Libraries. SPEC Kit 100. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, Office. of Management Studies, 1985.

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: GENERAL

Gaylord, Brian. "Communicating in a Crisis Situation." Contingence Journal 1 (April-June 1990): 62-63.

Haas, J. Eugene, et al. Reconstruction Following Disaster. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1977.

Morris, John. The Library Disaster Preparedness Handbook. Chicago and London: American Library Association, 1986.

O'Connor, Patrick V. "Debris Removal: Planning for the High Cost of Post-Emergency Cleanup." Emergency Management Quarterly (2nd Quarter 1988): 2-3.

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: PAPER

Bohem, Hilda, "Conservation, Safety, Security, and Disaster Considerations in Designing New or Renovated Library Facilities at Cornell University Libraries." Library Journal. 110 (August 1985):71.

Bohem, Hilda, Disaster Prevention and Disaster Preparedness. Berkeley, Office of the Assistant Vice President--Library Plans and Policies, System wide Administration, University of California, April, 1978.

Cunha, George M. "An Evaluation of Recent Developments for the Mass Drying of Books." Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic Value 1 (1977): 95-104.

Eulenberg, Julia Niebuhr. Handbook for the Recovery of Water Damaged Business Records. Prairie Village, KS: Association of Records Managers and Administrators, 1986.

Hirst, Warwick. "Salvaging Flood Damaged Records." Archives and Manuscripts 13 (1985): 24-29.

Kelley, John. "The Construction of a Low Cost, High Capacity Vacuum Freeze-Drying System." Studies in Conservation (November 1980): 176-179.

Koesterer, Martin G. and John A. Geating. "Restoring Water-Soaked Papers & Textiles: Applying Freeze-Drying Methods to books & Art Objects." Technology & Conservation 1 (Fall 1976): 20-22.

Lundquist, Eric. Salvage of Water Damaged Books, Documents, Micrographic and Magnetic Media. San Francisco: Document Reprocessors Publications, 1986.

National Fire Protection Association, "Archives and Record Centers, 1980." NFPA 232 AM. Boston, National Fire Protection Association, 1980.

National Fire Protection Association, "Protection of Libraries and Library Collections, 1980." NFPA plO. Boston, National Fire Protection Association, 1980.

Northeast Document Conservation Center. Drying Wet Books and Records. Technical Leaflet, Emergency Management. Andover, MA: NEDCC, 1992.

Northeast Document Conservation Center. Emergency Salvage of Moldy Paper Materials. Technical Leaflet. Andover, MA: NEDCC, 1992.

Nyberg, Sandra. The Invasion of the Giant Spore. Atlanta: Southeastern Library Network, Inc., Preservation Program Leaflet # 5, November 1987.

Preservation Committee, St. Louis Regional Library Network, St. Louis Area Resources for Library Conservation and Disaster Preparedness: A Bibliography and Checklist. St. Louis: St. Louis Regional Library Network, August 1982.

Research Libraries Group, RLG Preservation Manual. Stanford: The Research Libraries Group, 1983.

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Smith, Richard D. "The Use of Redesigned and Mechanically Modified Commercial Freezers to Dry Water-wetted Books and Exterminate Insects." Restaurator 6 (1984): 165-190.

Walsh, Betty. "Salvage Operations for Water Damaged Collections." WAAC Newsletter 10 (May 1988): 2-5.

Waters, Peter. "Mass Treatment After a Disaster." Conservation Administration (1975): 115-126

Waters, Peter. Procedures for Salvage of Water-Damaged Library Materials. 2nd edition, 3rd edition forthcoming. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1979.

Zeeler, David. "Flood Recovery Action for Research Records." Records Management Quarterly 11 (January 1977): 34-36.

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: PHOTOGRAPHS, FILM-BASED MEDIA

Albright, Gary E. "Flood Aftermath: The Preservation of Water-Damaged Photographs." In Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3, Robin E. Siegel, comp. Washington, DC: Photographic Materials Group, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1989.

Gillet, Martine and Chanal Garnier. "The Use of Microwaves for Drying Flood Damaged Photographic Materials." In Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3, Robin E. Siegel, comp. Washington, DC: Photographic Materials Group, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1989.

Haglund, Kristine and Bruce R. Parham. Emergency Procedures for Nitrate Films. Denver: Denver Museum of Natural History, 1981.

Hanes, Ric. "Emergency Storage for Nitrate Film." History News 36 (January 1981): 38-41.

Hendricks, Klaus B. and B. Lesser. "Disaster Preparedness and Recovery: Photographic Materials." American Archivist 46 (Winter 1983): 42-68.

Hill, Thomas T. "Reading List of References on the Preservation and Restoration of Photographic Images." Photographic Conservation 3 (September 1981): 6-7.

Klein, Henry. ''Microfilm Resuscitation--A Case Study." Journal of Micrographics 9 (July/August 1976): 299-303.

McWilliams, Jerry. The Preservation and Restoration of Sound Recordings. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1979.

Noble, Richard. Archival Preservation of Motion Pictures: A Summary of Current Findings. Technical Leaflet #126. Nashville: AASLH, 1980.

Northeast Document Conservation Center. Emergencv Salvage of Photographs. Technical Leaflet, Emergency Management. Andover, MA: NEDCC, 1992.

Reed, Vilia L. "How to Work Restoration Magic on Wrinkled Negatives." PhotographiConservation 3 (December 1981): 4-6.

Reilly, James J. Care and Identification of l9th Century Photographic Prints. Rochester, NY: Eastman Kodak Company, 1986.

Wilhelm, Henry G. The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs: Tradition and Digital Color Prints. Color Negatives, Slides, and Motion Pictures. Grinnell, IA: Preservation Pub. Co.. 1993

Young, Christine. Nitrate Films in the Public Institution. AASLH Technical Leaflet #169. Nashville: AASLH. 1989.

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: ELECTRONIC RECORDS

ARMA International Guideline for Records and Information Management: Magnetic Diskettes--Recovery Procedures. Prairie Village, KS: Association of Records Managers and Administrators, Inc., 1987.

Balon, Brett J. and H. Wayne Gardner. "Disaster Planning for Electronic Records." Records Management Quarterly 22 (July 1988): 20-22, 24-25, 30.

Blackmon-Mooring Steamatic Catastrophe, Inc., Special Technologies Division. Electronics and Magnetic Media Recovery. Fort Worth, TX: BMS Catastrophe, Inc., n.d.

DeWhitt, Benjamin L. "Long-Term Preservation of Data on Computer Magnetic Media: Part I." Conservation Administration News 29 (April 1987): 7, 19, 28.

 

DeWhitt, Benjamin L. "Long-Term Preservation of Data on Computer Magnetic Media: Part II." Conservation Administration News 30 (July 1987): 4, 24.

Olson, Nancy B. "Hanging Your Software Up to Dry." College & Research Libraries News 47 (November 1986): 634-636.

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: ARTWORK, OVERSIZE

Langelier, Gilles and Sandra Wright. "Contingency Planning for Cartographic Archives." Archivaria 13 (Winter 1981-1982): 47-58.

Weidner, Marilyn Kemp. Instructions on How to Unframe Wet Prints. Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association Library, 1973.

 

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: FURNITURE AND SCULPTURE

McKerrell, Hugh and Andrew Oddy. "The Conservation of Waterlogged Wood Using Dewatering Fluids: An Evaluation." Museums Journal 71 (March 1972): 165-167.

Martin, Mervin. "Emergency Procedures for Furniture." Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association Library, 1972.

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: TEXTILES

Fikioris, Margaret. "First Steps to be Taken for Emergency Treatment of Textiles." Ontario Museum Association Newsletter 3 (April 1974): 13-15.

 

 

 

RESPONSE & RECOVERY: SUPPLIES

Hunter, John E. "Guide to Emergency Supplies and Equipment." Registrar 3 (Spring 1986):

Northeast Document Conservation Center. Disaster Recovery Suppliers, Services and Bibliography. Technical Leaflet, Emergency Management. Andover, MA: NEDCC, 1992.




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