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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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INGHAM, Jeremy P.

Geomaterials Under the Microscope, A Colour Guide: Building Stone, Roofing Slate, Aggregate, Concrete, Mortar, Plaster, Bricks, Ceramics, and Bitumous Mixtures, rev. by Lorraine Schnabel, BR XLII-4-11, pp. 57-58

INSALL, Donald W.

Conservation and Transfer of an Early 19th Century Painted Room by Ian Hodkinson, ART XIV-1-82, {b}pp. 17-35; {c}letter, {d}LTR XIV-2-82, {e}p. 44

Living Buildings: Architectural Conservation: Philosophy, Principles and Practice, rev. by John A. Fidler, BR XLI-1-10, p. 51

The Care of Old Buildings, rev. by Anne E. Grimmer, BR V-2-73, pp. 5-7

INSULATION

Blanketing the Home: The Use of Thermal Insulation in American Housing, 1920-1945 by Joanna Dowling, ART XL-1-09, pp. 33-39

Deafening: An Early Form of Sound Insulation by Theodore H. M. Prudon, ART VII-4-75, pp. 5-13

Moisture Control in the Modern Building Envelope: History of the Vapor Barrier in the U.S., 1923-52 by William B. Rose, ART XXVIII-4-97, pp. 13-19

Nineteenth Century Architectural Insulation: Zoar, Ohio by J. M. Gaynor, ART VIII-4-76, pp. 100-112

Second International CIB/RILEM Symposium on Moisture Problems in Buildings Sept. 10-12, 1974, summary by Morgan W. Phillips, ART VII-4-75, pp. 68-79

Should the Walls of Historic Buildings Be Insulated? by William B. Rose, ART XXXVI-4-05, pp. 13-18

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