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SEISMIC SAFETY AND REHABILITATION

Seismic Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings, A Damage Analysis Approach by Melvyn Green, ART XIII-2-81, pp. 23-26

Seismic Rehabilitation of the Parra Adobe by Melvyn Green and Anne L. Watson, ART XX-2-88, pp. 18-20

Seismic Retrofit of the Campton Place Hotel by David R. Bonneville, ART XX-2-88, 28-31

Shaking Up Historic Buildings: Seismic Renovation at the Suzzallo Library, University of Washington by K. Casey Caughie, ART XXXIV-2/3-03, pp. 71-74

Survivors among the Ruins: Traditional Houses in Earthquakes in Turkey and India"" by Randolph Langenbach, ART XXXIII-2/3-02, pp. 47-56

The 2006 Earthquake Project at Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, Hawai'i by Adam Johnson, Mary Slater, Laura Carter Schuster, and Mary Jane Naone, ART XLIV-2/3-13, pp. 63-70

Tracing the Historical Indoor Climate of a Swedish Church, c. 1800-2000 by Mattias Legnér, ART XLIII-1-12, pp. 49-56

Why A Seismic Issue? by Marylee MacDonald, ED XX-2-88, p. 2

National Park Service Preservation Brief 41: The Seismic Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings by Antonio Aguilar, rev. by James W. Shepherd, BR XLVIII-1-17, pp. 58-59

SELF, Robert

Restoration of Door Hardware at Monticello: Unlocking Some Mysteries, ART XXXV-2/3-04, pp. 7-15

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