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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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PAINTS AND COATINGS

Some Personal Observations on the Use of Paint in Early Ontario by Jeanne Minhinnick, ART VII-2-75, pp. 13-31

Some Perspectives on Falun Red Paint and the Red Cottage, Sweden's 'National Building'" by Diana S. Waite, ART XXXII-2/3-01, pp. 67-70

Techniques Employed at the North Atlantic Historic Preservation Center for the Sampling and Analysis of Historic Architectural Paints and Finishes by Carole L. Perrault, ART X-2-78, pp. 6-46

The Conservation of Wall Painting by Paula and Linda Mora and Paul Philippot, rev. by James F. Hamm, BR XVIII-3-86, pp. 69-71

The Fallacies of Intent: 'Finishing' Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum by Frank G. Matero and Robert FitzGerald, ART XXXVIII-1-07, pp. 3-12

Two Aesthetic-Movement Rooms: Research and Conservation by Claudia Kavenagh and Raymond M. Pepi, ART XLVI-2/3-15, pp. 26-34

Understanding Regional Painting Traditions: The New Orleans Exterior Finishes Study by Frank G. Matero with Joel C. Snodgrass, ART XXIV-1/2-92, pp. 36-52

Use of Ultraviolet Light as an Aid to Pigment Identification by Marie L. Carden, ART XXIII-3-91, pp. 26-37

Water Vapor Transmission: Mortars and Paint by Judith Jacob and Norman R. Weiss, ART XXI-3/4-89, pp. 62-70

Who Is an Historic Paint Analyst? A Call for Standards by Frank S. Welsh, ART XVIII-4-86, p. 4

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