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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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ASSOCIATION FOR PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY (APT)

List of Special Interests of APT members, III-1-71, pp. 69-90

Make No Small Plans: How Strategic Planning Shaped APT from 1995 to 2008 by Natalie Bull, ART XL-3/4-09, pp. 67-72

Making the Project Real: Changes in Delivery of Concept to Construction by Ronald D. Staley, H. Thomas McGrath Jr., David C. Overholt, and Thomas R. Whitmore, ART XL-3/4-09, pp. 51-58

Preservation Engineering: Past, Present, and Future by Derek Trelstad and Robert Silman, ART XL-3/4-09, pp. 27-32

Preserving the Twentieth-Century Curtain Wall" by Natalie Bull and Harry J. Hunderman, GE XXXII-1-01, p. 3

President's Message by Martin Weaver, ART XII-1-80, p. 3

Three Decades of Interdisciplinary Preservation Technology: APT Celebrates Its Thirtieth Anniversary by Diana S. Waite and Laura Shore, ART XXIX-3/4-98, pp. H1-H24

Timber Decay in Buildings: The Conservation Approach to Treatment", ART XXXII-1-01, pp. 58-60

Update on Building-Materials Research by Frances Gale and Norman R. Weiss, ART XL-3/4-09, pp. 59-65

What we envisioned, came to pass...APT Aims and Objectives, FT XX-3-88, last page

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