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ART = article, BR = book review, CF = computer forum, COMP = compilation, ED = editorial, FT = final touch, IT = investigative techniques, LTR = letter, MAIN = maintenance, NOTE = noted in, (N) [appears after ART or BR] = materials published in the APT newsletter between 1969 and 1975, OP = opinion, PE = preservation education, PP = preservation planning, REPR = reprint, SPEC = specifications, TN = technical notes

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION, PHILOSOPHY

Quantified Risk Reduction in the Humidity Dilemma by Stefan Michalski, ART XXVII-3-96, pp. 25-30

Reconciling Aesthetic Value and Social Value: Dilemmas of Interpretation and Application by Ken Taylor, ART XXX-1-99, pp. 51-55

Regional Authenticity: An Argument for Reconstruction in Oceania by Jennifer Ko, ART XXXIX-2/3-08, pp. 55-61

Respecting Significance and Keeping Integrity: Approaches to Rehabilitation by Sharon C. Park, ART XXXVII-4-06, pp. 13-21

Responding to Context: Changing Perspectives on Appropriate Change in Historic Settings by Caroline R. Alderson, ART XXXVII-4-06, pp. 22-33

Restoration and Anti-Restoration: A Study in English Restoration Philosophy by Stephen Tschudi-Madsen, rev. by Herb Stovel, BR XIV-2-82, pp. 45-46

Restorers, Villains, and Vandals by Janet A. Null, ART XVII-3/4-85, pp. 27-42

Scrape and Anti-Scrape: False Idols on Main Street by Herb Stovel, ART XVII-3/4-85, pp. 51-56

Scrape and Anti-Scrape: Wherein We Explore the Treacherous Jungle Between These Two Extremes; Discover the Perils Hidden Therein; and Seek the Path to Eldorado by Nicholas A. Pappas, ART XVII-3/4-85, pp. 43-50

Scrape vs. Antiscrape: A Modern American Perspective by Maximilian L. Ferro, ART XVII-3/4-85, {b}pp. 21-26; {c}letter by Randall J. Biallas, {d}LTR XVIII-3-86, {e}p. 2

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