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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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MARITIME PRESERVATION

Maritime Preservation Training Programs by Bob Darr, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 76-77

Observations on a Contemporary Account of Naval Block-Making Machinery, 1824 by Norman R. Ball, ART IX-1-77, {b}pp. 74-80; {c}letter by John R. Stevens, {d}LTR X-1-78, {e}p. 7

Preservation at Pearl Harbor by Larry Murphy, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 10-15

Preserving Historic Vessels: A Long View of History by Walter Rybka, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 46-52

Preserving the Warships of World War II: Battleship Cove as a Case History by Strafford Morss, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 56-61

Restoration of Wood/Canvas Canoe by Gordon D. Orr, Jr., ART XV-2-83, pp. 21-26

Suggested Standards for Replica and Reproduction Vessels by Walter Rybka, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 66-72

Suggested Standards for the Maintenance of Historic Vessels by Dana Hewson, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 72-75

Towards a National Policy for Maritime Preservation by David Brink, Walter Rybka, Steve Hyman, Randall J. Biallas, Gary Hume, and Peter Neill, ART XIX-1-87, pp. 78-79

What Do RBL's, Flour Mills, Hydrofoils and Sailing Ships Have in Common? by Alex Barbour and Richard Fairweather, ART XVIII-1/2-86, pp. 55-68

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