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Featured in the Summer 2017 issue of Art-i-facts:

Reflecting on the Past: Three Memorable Projects discusses three treatment projects from over the years: 18th-century anatomical drawings by Jan van Rymsdyk, the original manuscript of The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, and a rare first edition dust jacket of Bram Stoker's Dracula

Looking to the Future: Preservation Services examines CCAHA's current and future preservation services initiatives. 

Questions for Mary Schobert is a discussion with our veteran staff member. She looks back on 35 years in the lab and tells us how CCAHA has changed over the past four decades.

Questions for Debbie Hess Norris is an interview with our longtime Board Member, now Chair and Professor of the Department of Art Conservation at the University of Delaware. She discusses CCAHA's impact within the wider conservation landscape.

Read the entire issue here.

 

Entire Issues:
Summer 2016
Fall 2015
Winter 2014
Spring 2014
Winter 2013
Summer 2013
Fall 2012
Spring 2012
Fall 2011
Spring 2011
Fall 2010
Individual Articles:

Researching Ungilded Daguerreotype Treatment, Summer 2016

The Fellowship Year at CCAHA, Summer 2016

High Watermarks, Summer 2016

Newton in the Lab, Fall 2015

Establishing a Library for American Statesmen, Fall 2015

High Watermarks, Fall 2015

A Happy Pair, Winter 2014/2015

A Few of My Favorite Things, Winter 2014/2015

High Watermarks, Winter 2014/2015

Chambersburg 1864: A Classic Civil War Photograph, Spring 2014

Facsimile Production at CCAHA, Spring 2014

Digital Imaging: Many Options, Many Uses, Spring 2014

High Watermarks, Spring 2014

Crowdfunding for Conservation, Winter 2013

Announcing the 2013 People's Choice Award Winner, Winter 2013

Pennsylvania's Top 10 Endangered Artifacts, Winter 2013

High Watermarks, Winter 2013

Behind-the-Scenes at the Philadelphia Stewardship Resource Center, Summer 2013

High Watermarks, Summer 2013

Making the Moment Last: Preserving Vulnerable Ephemera, Fall 2012

Five Unusual Materials Encountered at CCAHA, Fall 2012

Journals of Adventure, Spring 2012

Shaping American Judaism, Spring 2012

Bringing Family History Back to Life through Digitization, Spring 2012

High Watermarks, Spring 2012

Saving Pennsylvania's Past, Fall 2011

Planning for the Worst-Case Scenario, Fall 2011

Alliance for Response, Fall 2011

High Watermarks, Fall 2011

The Art of the Tattoo, Spring 2011

Working on Paper in Three Dimensions, Spring 2011

High Watermarks, Spring 2011

Conserving the Work of M. Louise Baker, Fall 2010

The Centennial Exposition of 1876, Fall 2010

High Watermarks, Fall 2010

The Fourth CrowSpring 2010

Caretakers of a LegacySpring 2010

High Watermarks, Spring 2010

Sol Feinstone's Gift to America, Winter 2009

Preserving the First Presidential Library, Winter 2009

The Fine Art of Housing and Framing, Spring 2009

Wonderland—Preserving the Art of Joseph Cornell, Spring 2009

High Watermarks, Spring 2009

Tips on Creating an Archival Scrapbook or Photo Album, Winter 2008

East Meets West, Spring 2008

Conservation on the Frontier, Spring 2007

All the News That's Fit to Print, Summer 2007

Famous For (15 Minutes) Ever, Winter 2005

Interviews: 

Ingrid Bogel, Executive Director

Jungohk (Theresa) Cho, Senior Book Conservator

Jim Hinz, Head of the Book Section

Dyani Feige, Preservation Specialist

Richard Homer, Book Conservator

Anna C. Yates Krain, Senior Conservation Assistant

Barbara Lemmen, Photograph Conservator

Katherine Magaziner, Marketing & Communications Manager

Mary Anne Manherz, Director of Administration and Operations

Corine Norman McHugh, Paper Conservator

Lee Price, Director of Development

Mary Schobert, Senior Paper and Photograph Conservator

Samantha Sheesley, Conservator

Jessica Silverman, Senior Paper Conservator & Preservation Consultant

Laura Hortz Stanton, as Executive Director

Laura Hortz Stanton, as Director of Preservation Services

Rachel Wetzel, Photograph Conservator

Jilliann Wilcox, Senior Conservation Assistant