BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR CONSERVATION OF HISTORIC AND ARTISTIC WORKS.
Includes the following issues:
Vol. 13, No.1. 1972. 57 pages.
Vol. 13, No.2. 1973. Papers Presented at the First Annual Meeting...122 pages.
Vol. 14, No.1. 1973. 116 pages.
Vol. 14, No.2. 1974. Papers Presented at the Second Annual Meeting...172 pages.
Vol. 15, No.1. 1974. 76 pages.
Vol. 15, No.2. 1976. 134 pages.
Vol. 16, No.1. 1975-6. 118 pages.
1976. Preprints of papers presented at the fourth annual meeting.134 pages.
with the volumes for meetings of 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988.
With Science and Technology in the Service of Conservation. Washington Congress, 1982.
With Preservation of Collections, Assessment, Evaluation, and Mitigration Strategies, Papers Presented at a workshop, Norfolk, Virginia, June 10-11, 1996.
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by McClintock, Elizabeth
One of 40 copies inserted in this specially made portfolio and containing a separate suite of the 13 DePol plates which often have a penciled "D" under the image. The "floral portraits" were printed from John DePol's original wood engravings by the Feathered Serpent Press. In a fashion similar to earlier publications for the Book Club of California, this volume contains twelve sections. Each pair of facing pages contains text on the left describing the properties of the flower illustrated on the right. John DePol's illustrations are typical of his style and show off his ability to balance blackness with movement within each composition. Patterned endpapers. Cover printed in olive, orange and black.