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कोरोना वायरस संबंधित ज़रूरी बातें: सांस्कृतिक संसाधनों को कीटाणुरहित करना
कोरोना वायरस संबंधित ज़रूरी बातें: सांस्कृतिक संसाधनों को कीटाणुरहित करना
 

 प्रतिलिपि यह प्रस्तुति 23 मार्च, 2020 के फेसबुक लाइव वीडियो का हिस्सा है। डॉ. मेरी स्ट्रीगल: तो आज का विषय है कोरोना वायरस संबंधित ज़रूरी बातें और हम सांस्कृतिक संसाधनों को कीटाणुरहित करने के बारे में बात करने जा रहे हैं। मैं, डॉ. मेरी स्ट्रीगल लगभग २५ वर्षों से अमेरिका के राष्ट्रीय संरक्षण प्रौद्योगिकी और प्रशिक्षण केंद्र के ...

05/01/2020
WWll Battle of the Atlantic: Applied Cultural Landscape Approach
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: Joe is a maritime archeologist with NOAA’s office of National Marine Sanctuaries. He specializes in archaeological recording of deep water shipwrecks. He’s worked on several NOAA projects in the Thunder Bay, Florida Keys, and monitor national marine sanctuaries ...

08/04/2017
Why Digital? Its only 1’s and 0’s
Why Digital? Its only 1's and 0's
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Why DIGITAL? Its only 1’s and 0’s We still seem to be fighting the war over the value of digital information some 30 years after its introduction to the public. Developments in technology have occurred so rapidly that skepticism ...

11/09/2012
What’s In and What’s Out
What's In and What's Out
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Transcript McBride:     Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen.  My name is Patrick McBride and on behalf of myself ...

04/03/2012
Wet Recovery of Taxidermy
Wet Recovery of Taxidermy
 

Wet Recovery of Taxidermy Sheena D. Simmons: Good afternoon everyone. Thank you for joining us for today’s webinar presented by the Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. This program is being recorded and will be available to reference later today. My name is Sheena Simmons, I’m ...

07/26/2018
Wet Recovery of Paper and Books
Wet Recovery of Paper and Books
 

Jason Church: This webinar is sponsored by the American Institute For Conservation, and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. This program is being recorded and will be available for future reference in a few days. We have, I believe I heard 250 registered, so welcome everyone. We’re very excited to have you today. Our ...

06/15/2018
Welcome and History of Preservation at Victoria Mansion
Welcome and History of Preservation at Victoria Mansion
 

This lecture was recorded during a symposium held May 13, 2006 at the Victoria Mansion in Portland Maine. Welcome and History of Preservation at Victoria Mansion Robert Wolterstorff, Director, Victoria Mansion Today’s symposium is intended to accomplish two things: to offer an overview of what’s been going on in the very active field of research in Brownstone ...

07/27/2016
Waves of History: Maritime Cultural Landscapes in Hawai’i
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daina Penkiunas: Okay, our next presenter is Hans Van Tilburg, who has worked as a carpenter, a sports diving instructor, commercial diver, and science diver in California, North Carolina, Louisiana, and Wisconsin. He earned a BA in Geography from ...

06/27/2017
Water Chemistry Guidelines for Art Fountains by Martin Burke
Water Chemistry Guidelines for Art Fountains by Martin Burke
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Water Chemistry Guidelines for Art Fountains by Martin Burke Martin: I am going to try and speak loud enough to get away from the microphone. The one element that has linked all of our presentations over the last two days is water. ...

08/29/2014
Walls of Stone: How to Build Drystone Walls and Rock Fences (1996-01)
Walls of Stone: How to Build Drystone Walls and Rock Fences (1996-01)
 

The video is a primary training resource, providing graphic instruction on how to repair, rebuild and relocate stone walls and rock fences.

09/22/2008
Voices from Small Places: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Identifying, Documenting, and Preserving Rural Cultural Landscapes
Voices from Small Places: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Identifying, Documenting, and Preserving Rural Cultural Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Dr. Perky Beisel: I appreciate the opportunity to be here today and to tell you about the Voices from Small Places project as it relates to identifying, documenting, and preserving rural cultural landscapes. Our project grew out of the strong conviction that there ...

07/07/2020
Virtual Conservation of Folk and Outsider Art Environments
Virtual Conservation of Folk and Outsider Art Environments
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Virtual Conservation of Folk and Outsider Art Environments Abstract The presentation will address the issue of conserving documents pertaining ...

04/03/2012
Video: Dr. Meredith Hardy on protecting cultural resources along the Gulf
Video: Dr. Meredith Hardy on protecting cultural resources along the Gulf
 

The shell middens, forts, and shipwrecks of the Gulf area are treasures that represent a wide swath of history—a veritable gumbo of cultural treasures. Dr. Meredith Hardy, an archeologist with the National Park Service’s Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC), explains the importance of these cultural resources and how they are being protected. Transcript Hi, I’m Dr. Meredith Hardy. ...

08/05/2010
Utilizing Digital Methods to Document and Reconstruct Old Sheldon Church
Utilizing Digital Methods to Document and Reconstruct Old Sheldon Church
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size Utilizing Digital Methods to Document and Reconstruct Old Sheldon Church The adoption of advanced technologies in the field of historic preservation has occurred at a much slower rate when compared to related ...

01/23/2013
USS Indianapolis Discovered! Now What?
USS Indianapolis Discovered! Now What?
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Blair Atcheson:     I am Blair Atcheson with the Naval History and Heritage Command Underwater Archeology Branch, NHHC for short because that’s a mouthful. Myself along with Dr. Richard Hulver, NHHC’s lead historian on Indianapolis, have ...

02/03/2020
USS Huron: From National Tragedy to National Register
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: Next, we’re going to be hearing from Anna Holloway who will be talking about the USS Huron. She’s the Maritime historian for the Maritime Heritage Program of the National Parks Service. In that role she acts as ...

08/04/2017
USS Arizona: Preserving a War Memorial (2004-23)
USS Arizona: Preserving a War Memorial (2004-23)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
Using Word to Create a 508 Compliant PDF
Using Word to Create a 508 Compliant PDF
 

by Ryan Stubblebine Host: Welcome, and thank you for standing by. At this time all participants are in a listen only mode. I would now like to turn the meeting over to Ryan Stubblebine. Thank you, and you may begin. Ryan: Thank you very much. Hi, out there everyone. Hopefully everybody is doing well today. I’d like to ...

10/18/2017
Using the MCL Approach in National Marine Sanctuaries: The North Carolina Coast
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: So our first speaker is Jim Delgado. He’s the director of Maritime Heritage and NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. His four decade career has included a 13 year tenure with National Park Service, including serving as ...

06/26/2017
Using 3D Laser and Sonar Scanning to Monitor Oil-Spill Impacts on Deepwater World War II Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico
Using 3D Laser and Sonar Scanning to Monitor Oil-Spill Impacts on Deepwater World War II Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Melanie Damour: Alright, good morning everyone and thank you for being here. First of all, I’d like to thank Debbie and Mary for herding all of these cats and making this symposium happen. Having been ...

02/03/2020
Using 3D Documentation to Create 2D Maps of Carlsbad Caverns
Using 3D Documentation to Create 2D Maps of Carlsbad Caverns
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Kimball Erdmann: Okay. I think you can see why I enjoy working with the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) and with Malcolm. They know how to do some really cool things. Point clouds is just one. I do have to say ...

06/22/2020
Use of Hydroxyapatite for enhancing durability in marble
Use of Hydroxyapatite for enhancing durability in marble
 

Use of Hydroxyapatite for enhancing durability in marble. This video highlights the recent project by George Scherer’s laboratory at Princeton University on developing state-of-the-art techniques to protect marble monuments and sculptures. This project was funded in part by PTT Grant (MT-2210-12-NC-08). Marble is an elegant material that is used for our most precious sculptures and monuments, ...

03/12/2014
Unicultural Ethnography: Preserving Outsider Art Through the Ethnography of Individual Outsider Artists
Unicultural Ethnography: Preserving Outsider Art Through the Ethnography of Individual Outsider Artists
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Unicultural Ethnography: Preserving Outsider Art Through the Ethnography of Individual Outsider Artists Abstract Certain aspects of the artistic experience ...

04/04/2012
Tumacácori Visitor Center as Historical Pastiche
Tumacácori Visitor Center as Historical Pastiche
 

History by Design: The Tumacácori Visitor Center as Historical Pastiche This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Frank Matero: Thanks Mary. And thanks to NCPTT for the invitation. It’s really a pleasure to ...

11/08/2017
Tribal Cultural Landscapes: Beyond Archeological Sites
Tribal Cultural Landscapes: Beyond Archeological Sites
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Holly Houghten: I’m very pleased to have been invited to be here, being a tribal representative. I would’ve liked to have seen a few more here because with cultural landscapes, it’s very important to think about the prehistoric and even the current use ...

07/13/2020
Trees: Storm Preparation and Recovery
Trees: Storm Preparation and Recovery
 

Transcript Hi, I’m Debbie Smith, Chief of Historic Landscapes Program at NCPTT. Today I’m going to discuss ways to protect your trees before a storm and how to recover after a disaster.  Storm effects that I’ll be covering include:  Flooding, lightning strikes, and primarily wind damage. To prepare for a disaster, you need to know your trees and ...

09/09/2013
Treatment Considerations for a Newly-discovered Madonna by Martin Ramirez
Treatment Considerations for a Newly-discovered Madonna by Martin Ramirez
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Treatment Considerations for a Newly-discovered Madonna by Martin Ramirez” by Susan M. Peckham Susan Peckham: Good afternoon. Okay. In 2013, I was assigned this work in preparation for the Celebration of Mexico Conference at the Library of Congress. The conference focused on the Mexican ...

05/26/2015
Toward Better Treatment of Cast-Iron Fountains with Zinc Statues
Toward Better Treatment of Cast-Iron Fountains with Zinc Statues
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Toward Better Treatment of Cast-Iron Fountains with Zinc Statues by Carol Grissom Abstract: The first statue to decorate a publicly financed fountain in the United States was William Rush’s wooden Water Nymph and Bittern, made for Philadelphia’s new water works in 1809.  Fountains ...

06/04/2011
Tourism and T Rex Tracks
Tourism and T Rex Tracks
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Jennifer Carpenter: Good afternoon. Last presentation. I think it’s the great foresight of our symposium planners that we started with the New York World’s Fair, and that’s where we will end this afternoon a little ...

08/08/2019
They Died in Rome: Preservation of an Active, Historic Cemetery for Foreigners
They Died in Rome: Preservation of an Active, Historic Cemetery for Foreigners
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. They Died in Rome: Preservation of an Active, Historic Cemetery for Foreigners by Nicholas Stanley-Price Jason: I’d really like to thank also, both the people who welcomed us. Francis Miller for helping me pull together the hands-on. The hotel, because we ...

09/10/2014
These Old Cabins
These Old Cabins
 

This video was originally produced by the US Forest Service, part of the USDA. In 1889, two forest rangers, Than Wilkerson and Hank Tuttle, had just landed themselves the job of patrolling the newly established forest reserve in western Montana’s Bitterroot Valley. With only skimpy provisions and not so much as a horse to travel on, ...

02/24/2012
The Winds of Change: When a Place Changes… and Changes a Place
The Winds of Change: When a Place Changes… and Changes a Place
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “The Winds of Change: When a Place Changes… and Changes a Place” by Kimberly Van Dyk Kimberly Van Dyk: To anybody in the audience, I’m not a curator, I’m not a conservator, I’m a downtown development manager. I’ve worked in community development planning and ...

06/15/2015
The Use of Infographics in Preservation Planning
The Use of Infographics in Preservation Planning
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The Use of Infographics in Preservation Planning by Andrea Livi Smith and Tasha Horton, University of Mary Washington Andrea: -as a newly graduated undergrad BA it’s kind of tough to make it down here so I will read ...

03/04/2015
The Texas Freedom Colonies Project: Thick-Mapping Vanishing Black Places
The Texas Freedom Colonies Project: Thick-Mapping Vanishing Black Places
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Dr. Andrea Roberts: Thank you so much for having me, and Perky Beisel, long fan of your work and glad to be a kindred spirit in our approaches. So, in talking about the Texas Freedom Colonies Project, I’m essentially talking today about a process ...

07/03/2020
The Survival of Mission 66’s Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park
The Survival of Mission 66's Canyon Village in Yellowstone National Park
 

This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Lesley Gilmore: All right, so I don’t know how you have… woven this web, but you’ve set me up with everyone who came before is ...

11/13/2017
The Strange Procession That Never Moves
The Strange Procession That Never Moves
 

The Wooldridge Monuments are a group of eighteen life-sized sculptures located in Maplewood Cemetery, Mayfield, Kentucky. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, they commemorate the life and relatives of Henry G. Wooldridge.

04/05/2012
The Space Age in Construction
The Space Age in Construction
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. The Space Age in Construction by Justine P. Bello, Caroline Guay, Tom McDowell, Mark Rabinowitz, Joseph Sembrat Caroline Guay: Good morning. I’ll be speaking about space age and architecture, what influenced space-age design, how it impacted our lives, the ...

07/01/2015
The Quincy Smelter Complex as a Maritime Cultural Landscape
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Diana Penkiunas: And our last presenter before our break is Brenda Williams, who will be speaking on the Quincy Smelter Complex as a Maritime Cultural Landscape. Brenda Williams is a Senior Associate at Quinn Evans Architects, and her career has ...

06/27/2017
The Positive Impact of the United States Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum on the Surrounding Civilian Community
The Positive Impact of the United States Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum on the Surrounding Civilian Community
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. James Bartlinski:   We really have looked forward to talking about this because we think it’s a very unique subject. We are the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, and if you don’t know where we’re located, ...

02/03/2020
The Patternmakers Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition
The Patternmakers Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA The Patternmakers Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition With a few exceptions, architectural metal castings are made using hollow cavity sand and clay molds.  The molds are made by compacting the sand around patterns which look like ...

10/23/2013
The Patternmaker’s Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition
The Patternmaker's Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA The Patternmaker’s Art: Innovation within a Timeless Tradition With a few exceptions, architectural metal castings are made using hollow cavity sand and clay molds.  The molds are made by compacting the sand around patterns which look like ...

01/07/2013
The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art Transcript Church:     Alright we’re ready to get started back. Our first ...

04/04/2012
The Ongoing Battle of Ewa Plain, Hawaii: Resurrection of a Lost Battlefield
The Ongoing Battle of Ewa Plain, Hawaii: Resurrection of a Lost Battlefield
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Ben Resnick:   December 7th, 1941 that date is seared into the American memory along with the words Pearl Harbor and Day of Infamy. Pearl Harbor is not the whole story. Our presentation today involves ...

02/03/2020
The Mole Hole: Effort to Help Save a Cold War Concrete Resource
The Mole Hole: Effort to Help Save a Cold War Concrete Resource
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Travis Ratermann:  Thank you. How many people have heard of the mole? Oh that’s good at least we have some people. Up here… it’s not there, oh there we go. So this is an article that ...

02/03/2020
The Melissa Pierce Project: Assessing the Cultural Landscape of Joppa, Texas and the Trinity River
The Melissa Pierce Project: Assessing the Cultural Landscape of Joppa, Texas and the Trinity River
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Kathryn Holliday: Hi, good morning/afternoon. I have to say, as someone who grew up in New Orleans, I find it a little bit painful to be doing this on Mardi Gras. So, happy Mardi Gras. I considered bringing things to throw at this ...

06/08/2020
The MARAD Collection – Conserving Salvaged Military Objects
The MARAD Collection - Conserving Salvaged Military Objects
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Josephina Maldonado:  So good morning everyone. My name is Josephina Maldonado. I am a senior conservation tech with Conservation Solutions, a division of Evergreen Architectural Arts. So I’ll be referring to them as Evergreen from ...

02/03/2020
The Many and Varied MCLs of New York State
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: Our next speaker is Daria Merwin. Her topic is the many and varied maritime cultural landscapes of New York state. Daria has more than 20 years of experience in cultural resource management, conducting research in both archeology ...

06/26/2017
The Living Landscape of the Guadalupe Mountains
The Living Landscape of the Guadalupe Mountains
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Elizabeth Jackson: Hi, I’m Elizabeth Jackson. I’m Chief of Interpretation with Guadalupe Mountains National Park, and this is a picture of Guadalupe Mountains. A while back, I actually have, let me backtrack, I have been at the park since about 2015. When you ...

07/13/2020
The Knapp’s Centre: 1930’s Art Moderne Icon Reinvented
The Knapp's Centre: 1930's Art Moderne Icon Reinvented
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. The Knapp’s Centre: 1930’s Art Moderne Icon Reinvented by Bradley Cambridge Bradley R. Cambridge: All right, thank you everybody. I did want to say to, I think the last ten years that I kind of focused a little bit ...

07/20/2015
The Grand Ronde: Linking Tribal Cultural Landscapes and MCLs
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Valerie Grussing: Briece Edwards is the senior archeologist based in the Tribal Historic Preservation Department in the confederated tribes of the Grand Ronde community of Oregon. He coordinates the archeology and research program within the department reviewing cultural research on ...

06/27/2017
The Geology of Portland (CT) Brownstone, and Quarry Factors to Consider in Block/Slab Selection for In-Kind Replacement of Portland Brownstone
The Geology of Portland (CT) Brownstone, and Quarry Factors to Consider in Block/Slab Selection for In-Kind Replacement of Portland Brownstone
 

This lecture was recorded during a symposium held May 13, 2006 at the Victoria Mansion in Portland Maine. The Geology of Portland (CT) Brownstone, and Quarry Factors to Consider in Block/Slab Selection for In-Kind Replacement of Portland Brownstone G. Michael Meehan, president, Portland Brownstone Quarries First I would like to thank Robert and staff for their hospitality ...

07/27/2016
The Farnsworth House
The Farnsworth House
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. The Farnsworth House by Robert Silman and Ashley Wilson Ashley Wilson: All right. It’s one of the most recognized and photographed buildings from the mid-century portfolio. This residential masterpiece designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1945. It’s constructed in 1950 ...

08/10/2015
The Evaluation of Alkoxysilane Consolidants on Portland Brownstone
The Evaluation of Alkoxysilane Consolidants on Portland Brownstone
 

This lecture was recorded during a symposium held May 13, 2006 at the Victoria Mansion in Portland Maine The Evaluation of Alkoxysilane Consolidants on Portland Brownstone Dr. George Wheeler, Director of Conservation, Columbia University Historic Preservation Program Good morning. Thank you for being invited to speak here, to Robert and Ivan, and to have the opportunity to ...

08/12/2016
The Documentation Course: Beyond Drawing
The Documentation Course: Beyond Drawing
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The Documentation Course: Beyond Drawing by Carter Hudgins and Amalia Leifeste, Clemson University/College of Charleston Amalia: Can people hear me? Some? Yeah? Wonderful. Thanks. Thank you Mary for the introduction and to everybody who I’ve had the ...

02/11/2015
The Cycle of Use, Neglect, and Renewal in Historic Family Cemeteries of Niagara, Ontario
The Cycle of Use, Neglect, and Renewal in Historic Family Cemeteries of Niagara, Ontario
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. The Cycle of Use, Neglect, and Renewal in Historic Family Cemeteries of Niagara, Ontario by Catherine Paterson Paterson: Thank you. I’m very excited to be here and to be speaking with you this morning. The focus of my talk is on ...

09/18/2014
The Cultural Landscapes of Georgia O’Keeffe
The Cultural Landscapes of Georgia O’Keeffe
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Katherine Boles:  Hello everyone. Thank you very much, Debbie. And I’m really excited to be here. I really enjoyed learning from all the wonderful experts that are here so far in the conference and I’m excited to share a little bit about my ...

05/14/2020
The Cultural Landscape of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
The Cultural Landscape of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
 

Jacob Jackson Home Site This video is the seventh in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The video is made possible by financial support from the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and through the efforts of digital media production intern Vanessa ...

09/14/2019
The Cultural Landscape at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park
The Cultural Landscape at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park
 

This video is the sixth in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP). The video is made possible through the efforts of digital media production intern Vanessa Hartsuiker, whose internship with the Olmsted Center was supported in partnership with the American Conservation Experience. To view more ...

07/09/2019
The Cultural Landscape at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
The Cultural Landscape at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
 

The Cultural Landscape at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site  This video is the eighth in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The video is made possible  through the efforts of  production digital media production consultant Vanessa Hartsuiker, who initiated this video series ...

08/10/2020
The Cultural Landscape at Chatham Manor
The Cultural Landscape at Chatham Manor
 

The Cultural Landscape at Chatham Manor at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park This video is the first in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The video is made possible by financial support from the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training ...

07/23/2018
The Cultural Landscape at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
The Cultural Landscape at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
 

This video is the fifth in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP). The video is made possible through the efforts of digital media production intern Vanessa Hartsuiker, whose internship with the Olmsted Center was supported in partnership with the American Conservation Experience. To view more ...

07/12/2019
The Coming of the Roads
The Coming of the Roads
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Michael Wallis:  Good morning. Welcome to Tulsa. It was back in the late autumn of 1965, and I was a 20 year old Marine coming home for some of mom’s cooking. Hitchhikers were not an endangered species ...

07/31/2018
The Challenges of Treating Delaminating Slate Headstones: New Treatments with New Materials
The Challenges of Treating Delaminating Slate Headstones: New Treatments with New Materials
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. The Challenges of Treating Delaminating Slate Headstones: New Treatments with New Materials by Irving Slavid Irving Slavid:  I see they’ve brought the break out, the danishes, so I won’t be long. I do hands-on restoration among other things and I’m going ...

12/10/2014
The CCC in the Public Realm
The CCC in the Public Realm
 

A Splendid Sunset of Craftsmanship: The Civilian Conservation Corps in the Public Realm This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Gray Brechin: Thank you. I want to say this has really been one ...

01/29/2018
The Blue Ridge Parkway Planning and Design
The Blue Ridge Parkway Planning and Design
 

The Blue Ridge Parkway: Exemplifying the Evolution of the NPS Planning and Design This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenters’ Bios Liz Sargent: I just wanted to start by saying that this debate on ...

07/30/2017
Texas Parks & Wildlife Cultural Landscapes
Texas Parks & Wildlife Cultural Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Michael Strutt: I’m the director of cultural resources for parks and wildlife, so we manage your state parks. And at TPWD, we own and manage over 600,000 acres in the state, encompassing nearly 90 state parks across many varied cultural landscapes throughout the ...

07/13/2020
Texas Dance Terraces
Texas Dance Terraces
 

Restoring the Two-Step: Illuminating Texas Dance Terraces This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Bess Althaus Graham: Good morning, so delighted to be here. That was my boss, Cindy Brandimarte, that just spoke, and we ...

07/20/2017
Texas Cultural Landscapes Symposium Closing Remarks
Texas Cultural Landscapes Symposium Closing Remarks
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Robert Melnick: I want to start by thanking Preservation Texas and National Park Service, especially Guadalupe Mountains, National Parks Conservation Association, and of course, NCPTT for organizing this and for all the other sponsors. I hope you don’t think of this as the ...

05/18/2020
Technology, Preservation Education, and Managing Change in the Alamo
Technology, Preservation Education, and Managing Change in the Alamo
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Technology, Preservation Education, and Managing Change in the Alamo by Carolina Manrique and Robert Warden, Texas A&M University Carolina: Okay. Good morning. This presentation is co-authored with Professor Robert Warden who says, hi, to everybody. He’s currently ...

03/02/2015
Taking the Art to the Streets: How the Citizens of Los Angeles Saved Watts Towers
Taking the Art to the Streets: How the Citizens of Los Angeles Saved Watts Towers
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Taking the Art to the Streets: How the Citizens of Los Angeles Saved Watts Towers Transcript Church:         ...

04/03/2012
Symposium Interview with Joel Baker
Symposium Interview with Joel Baker
 

This interview was recorded at the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions Symposium, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma What drew you to this symposium? I think what drew me to this symposium is when I heard about what you were doing, and you contacted me, and I looked into it a little bit. I ...

08/12/2019
Symposium Interview with Grant Stevens
Symposium Interview with Grant Stevens
 

This interview was recorded at the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions Symposium, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma What drew you to this symposium? I think what really drew Amy and I in initially was the connection with Route 66, but also kind of putting Route 66 in context with all these other road ...

08/12/2019
Symposium Interview with Frank Matero
Symposium Interview with Frank Matero
 

This interview took place at Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma What drew you to this symposium? What drew me to this symposium? I think the subject has been neglected. It certainly has been a topic of interest since the 70s, through various organizations like the Society for Commercial Archeology, ...

04/16/2019
Symposium Interview with Dylan Thuras
Symposium Interview with Dylan Thuras
 

This interview is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma What drew you to the symposium? Someone reached out from the Center, and I was instantly excited because I don’t actually get a chance to interact with people who work with materials that much. I, who answer ...

08/06/2019
Symposium Interview with Amy Webb
Symposium Interview with Amy Webb
 

This interview was recorded at the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions Symposium, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma What drew you to this symposium? So, the thing that really drew me to this symposium was the connection to Route 66. And the National Trust is taking a big interested in Route 66 this ...

08/09/2019
Susan Buggey Interview
 

Susan Buggey Hello, my name is Susan Buggy.  I worked for Parks Canada for twenty-seven years and then I was ten years as an adjunct professor at the University of Montreal in landscape architecture.  But now I am mostly retired, I just do really interesting projects and things I think are important.  I’m based in Ottawa ...

02/07/2013
Stymied by Sucess: Preservation Stagnation on the Jersey Shore
Stymied by Sucess: Preservation Stagnation on the Jersey Shore
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Stephanie Hoagland: Good afternoon, so we spent most of today in Oklahoma, and so now we’re going to veer East and head over to the Jersey Shore. Alright, perfect. In the early 2000s, the Wildwoods were ...

07/25/2018
Storytelling as Preservation: The Role of Media in Saving Roadside Architecture
Storytelling as Preservation: The Role of Media in Saving Roadside Architecture
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Dylan Thuras:  Thank you for that. Yeah, so, first off, I want to say thanks for having me here. I was really excited to come and be at this conference. I feel like for me Atlas Obscura ...

07/30/2018
State Parks After the New Deal
State Parks After the New Deal
 

Built Sturdy, Left Fragile: State Parks After the New Deal This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks:Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Cynthia Brandimarte: Thank you very much, it’s a pleasure to be here. And thank you all for attending this ...

07/27/2017
St. Louis’ Mid-Century Modern Architecture: The Matter of Materials
St. Louis’ Mid-Century Modern Architecture: The Matter of Materials
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis’ Mid-Century Modern Architecture: The Matter of Materials by Mary Reid Brunstrom Mary Reid Brunstrom: Thank you, Mary. I want to say thank you to the National Park Service and the sponsors of today for the opportunity to be on ...

08/05/2015
South Florida Fountain Conservation: Case Studies of the treatment of several fountains in a tropical environment
South Florida Fountain Conservation: Case Studies of the treatment of several fountains in a tropical environment
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. South Florida Fountain Conservation: Case Studies of the treatment of several fountains in a tropical environment by Justine Posluszny Bello Abstract: Fountain conservation requires treating historic elements within an active and public environment whose operational needs may directly conflict with those of the ...

06/04/2011
Sixty-six Phillips 66 Stations: From Walking Dead to American Restoration
Sixty-six Phillips 66 Stations: From Walking Dead to American Restoration
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Mike Kertok: A little background. Phillips 66 was founded by Frank and L.E. Phillips brothers. It was originally an oil exploration company. They drilled the wells. They pumped the crude out of the ground. That’s all ...

08/13/2019
Sitka Indian Village: Maritime Cultural Landscape vs. Historic District
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Valerie Grussing: Our first speaker is Jessica Perkins. Jessica grew up in rural Rhode Island and obtained her BA in sociology with honors from the University of New Hampshire. Jess received her Juris Doctorate with a certificate in natural ...

06/27/2017
Simon Rodia’s Towers in Watts (The Watts Towers) Four Decades of Interventions and Still Searching for a Solution
Simon Rodia’s Towers in Watts (The Watts Towers) Four Decades of Interventions and Still Searching for a Solution
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Simon Rodia’s Towers in Watts (The Watts Towers) Four Decades of Interventions and Still Searching for a ...

04/03/2012
Silent Voices of World War II: When the Land of Enchantment Met the Land of the Rising Sun
Silent Voices of World War II: When the Land of Enchantment Met the Land of the Rising Sun
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Nancy Bartlit:   Good morning. I want to thank Mary and Debbie for inviting me. It’s been a long wish of mine to come back to this museum. Don and I were here maybe 30-some ...

02/03/2020
Signs of Oklahoma
Signs of Oklahoma
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Lynn Rostochil:  We’re going to talk about some of the great signs in Oklahoma, not just on Route 66 but throughout the state and I’m just going to briefly give a little history of either the ...

10/02/2019
Shipwreck: America’s Underwater Heritage (2004-18)
Shipwreck: America's Underwater Heritage (2004-18)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
Separating Baby from Bathwater: Conflict Resolution in Modern Materials, Systems & Form
Separating Baby from Bathwater: Conflict Resolution in Modern Materials, Systems & Form
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Separating Baby from Bathwater: Conflict Resolution in Modern Materials, Systems by Walter Sedovic Walter Sedovic: I’m proud to call myself a St. Louisan and I’m honored to be here. I’m thrilled at NCPTT for having the foresight and the ...

08/03/2015
Secret of Lake Meade: America’s Cultural Heritage Underwater (2004-17)
Secret of Lake Meade: America's Cultural Heritage Underwater (2004-17)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
Saving the Lines: Documenting Ships and Small Craft Using Laser Scanning Technology
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Saving the Lines: Documenting Ships and Small Craft Using Laser Scanning Recording the shape of ships is especially challenging as they are typically constructed with compound curves and complex surfaces. Traditional hand-measuring techniques are time-consuming and only ...

07/23/2012
Running a Small Museum during the Pandemic
Running a Small Museum during the Pandemic
 

Download this episode as an mp3 or Subscribe via iTunes Kevin Ammons: Welcome to the Preservation Technology Podcast, the show that brings you the people and projects that are bringing innovation to preservation. I’m Kevin Ammons with the National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Today we join Catherine Cooper as she speaks ...

07/09/2020
Route 66: Preserving the Roadside Experience
Route 66: Preserving the Roadside Experience
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Kaisa Barthuli: Hello everybody. It is the last presentation of the day. Thank you for being here. There have been some great presentations, and still it’s a long day so thank you. But I love this symposium ...

10/02/2019
Root of the Problem (1998-33)
Root of the Problem (1998-33)
 

Neville Agnew of the Getty Conservation Institute speaks about the conservation of the hominid footprints at Laetoli, Tanzania. He lists three primary conservation topics that the general public will care about: Egyptology, dinosaurs, and human ancestry.

09/22/2008
Rocket Science and 3D Analyses in the Preservation of Artistic and Historic Works
Rocket Science and 3D Analyses in the Preservation of Artistic and Historic Works
 

This presentation was presented as the keynote address for the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012, Presidio, San Francisco, CA.   Rocket Science and 3D Analyses in the Preservation of Artistic and Historic Works More than sixty years ago development began on the nuclear-propelled ORION Spaceship destined for a manned mission to the planet Saturn. This ...

10/29/2012
Roadside Architecture: A Laboratory for Innovation in Concrete Technology
Roadside Architecture: A Laboratory for Innovation in Concrete Technology
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Reba Ashby:  I first became interested in roadside architecture in graduate school, but I didn’t really realize the connection until then. I, like many of you, had gone on a lot of road trips with my family. ...

09/11/2018
Roads, Model T’s, Tourists, and Tea Rooms
Roads, Model T's, Tourists, and Tea Rooms
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Cynthia Brandimarte: Thank you. Usually I speak about state parks of the New Deal era, and this symposium has given me an opportunity to take a look at an earlier project but with new eyes. I’m ...

08/06/2019
Risk, Salvage, and Exploring the Concept of the Maritime Frontier: Utilizing Theory to Frame a Maritime Cultural Landscapes Approach in the Florida Keys
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daina Penkiunas: Okay! Now we move on to Joshua Morano, who will be speaking on risk, salvage, and exploring the concept of the maritime frontier. Joshua is a maritime archeologist who has been working at Biscayne National Park since ...

06/27/2017
Reviving Route 66: A Team Effort in Tulsa
Reviving Route 66: A Team Effort in Tulsa
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Amanda:  How are y’all doing?  I’m Amanda. I am the Director of Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (TFA). I also occasionally describe myself as a recovering bureaucrat. Not as much anymore; I’ve been gone from that gig ...

07/21/2018
Revisiting Clementine Hunter’s Murals at African House
Revisiting Clementine Hunter's Murals at African House
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Revisiting Clementine Hunter’s Murals at African House” by Jill Whitten and Robert Proctor Jill Whitten: Hi. I’m very happy to be here. Can you hear me all right? The story today centers around some remarkable people, three remarkable women and probably more than that in ...

05/27/2015
Returning the Forest to Forest Lawn: Tree Planting Strategies for Historic Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, October 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Returning the Forest to Forest Lawn: Tree Planting Strategies for Historic Landscapes by Matthew Quirey Matthew Quirey:  Good afternoon. Thanks for having me. Today, it’s my pleasure to talk about the Forest Lawn landscape renewal plan and returning the forest to ...

08/12/2011
Returning From Oblivion: The Reemergence of a World War II Memorial Sundial
Returning From Oblivion: The Reemergence of a World War II Memorial Sundial
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Returning From Oblivion: The Reemergence of a World War II Memorial Sundial by Minxie and James Fannin   James Fannin: I’m going to have to use this for … I’m almost there. Good afternoon. I was going to say late, but we’re ...

10/10/2014
Retaining America’s Dry Stone Heritage (2002-05)
Retaining America's Dry Stone Heritage (2002-05)
 

This video documents the repair of damaged drystone walls in the popular Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park.

09/22/2008
Restoring the Lion’s Roar: Documenting and Replicating Limestone Structures Through Laser Scanning, 3D Computer Modeling, and CNC Machining
Restoring the Lion's Roar: Documenting and Replicating Limestone Structures Through Laser Scanning, 3D Computer Modeling, and CNC Machining
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Restoring the Lion’s Roar: Documenting and Replicating Limestone Structures Through Laser Scanning, 3D Computer Modeling, and CNC Machining In January 2011, Kreilick Conservation, LLC of Oreland, PA was engaged by Beaver Electric Co. Inc. to conserve the Branch ...

04/01/2013
Restoring the Cultural Landscape at Palo Alto Battlefield
Restoring the Cultural Landscape at Palo Alto Battlefield
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Rolando Garza: I will talk today about our efforts to restore the cultural landscape and how it impacts our visitor experience. Palo Alto Battlefield is the only national park that is dedicated to preserving and interpreting sites associated.with the US Mexican War, ...

07/13/2020
Restoration of Rockefeller’s Italian Fountain by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd
Restoration of Rockefeller's Italian Fountain by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Restoration of Rockefeller’s Italian Fountain by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd Viera: So in 2005 the BCA was commissioned by the Wildlife Conservation Society to assess the conditions, prepare the documents and monitor the repairs and rehabilitation of the Italian Rockefeller Fountain. ...

09/09/2014
Restoration and Replication of Steel Elements at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Restoration and Replication of Steel Elements at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Restoration and Replication of Steel Elements at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum by Pamela Jerome Pamela Jerome: Good afternoon and I want to thank the organizers for having invited me here today. And what I want ...

07/22/2015
Resetting Ground Supported Headstones 2017-04
Resetting Ground Supported Headstones 2017-04
 

Resetting Ground Supported Headstones : Resetting Volume 3 Jason Church: Hello and welcome to historic Chalmette National Cemetery. My name is Jason Church. I’m a materials conservator with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. In this video, we’re going to cover the tips and techniques needed to raise and realign ground supported grave markers ...

11/22/2016
Resetting a Stone Grave Marker (2007-02)
Resetting a Stone Grave Marker (2007-02)
 

Materials Conservator Jason Church demonstrates how to properly reset stone grave marker.

09/22/2008
Replacing Trees in Historic Landscapes (2009-06)
Replacing Trees in Historic Landscapes (2009-06)
 

Trees in historic landscapes are often important cultural resources that contribute to the significance and integrity of a property. This video provides guidance on the concepts and techniques of replacing individual trees at historic properties.

04/06/2009
Reimagining August Bloedner’s 32nd Indiana Infantry Monument (1862)
Reimagining August Bloedner’s 32nd Indiana Infantry Monument (1862)
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Reimagining August Bloedner’s 32nd Indiana Infantry Monument (1862) by Sara Amy Leach Sara Amy Leach:  The most fun I have at work is collecting postcards, cemeteries off of eBay and garage sales.  Good afternoon, this presentation is essentially phase tow of ...

11/19/2014
Rehabilitation of Shippensburg University’s Old Main Fountain by Gabriel W. Harrison and T. Scott Kreilick
Rehabilitation of Shippensburg University’s Old Main Fountain by Gabriel W. Harrison and T. Scott Kreilick
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Rehabilitation of Shippensburg University’s Old Main Fountain by Gabriel W. Harrison and T. Scott Kreilick Church: Alright, so our next talk is Gabriel Harrison. Gabriel is currently a Senior Conservator at Kreilick Conservation. Gabriel maintains his own private conservation practice consulting outdoor ...

09/08/2014
Rehabilitating the WWII Black Officers’ Club, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Rehabilitating the WWII Black Officers' Club, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Adam Smith:  Good afternoon. We also have a co-author, Dr. Steven Smith, from the South Carolina Institute of Archeology and Architecture, as well. He got me here today. I’ve been working with Fort Leonard Wood ...

02/03/2020
Red Jacket: Sculpture Conservation Treatment in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Red Jacket: Sculpture Conservation Treatment in Forest Lawn Cemetery
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Red Jacket: Sculpture Conservation Treatment in Forest Lawn Cemetery by Francis Miller Francis Miller: Thanks for having me here today, everyone, and thanks for everyone attending. It’s great getting a group like this together, not only to discuss issues with repairs and ...

10/20/2014
Recording Structure and Process: HAER 3D Digital Documentation Methods
Recording Structure and Process: HAER 3D Digital Documentation Methods
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size Recording Structure and Process: HAER 3D Digital Documentation Methods For many historic engineering works the structure’s historical significance is based on its structural design. This is especially true for bridges. By understanding ...

01/28/2013
Recolocación Básica de Monumentos
Recolocación Básica de Monumentos
 

English Español Trataremos de enseñar los procedimientos básicos para recolocar una lápida de piedra. Hay dos cosas importantes que recordar. Lo primero es asegurarse de la seguridad personal y lo segundo es no hacer daño a la lápida como tal. Estas son estructuras delicadas pero pesadas y se debe de ejercitar una gran cantidad de cuidado y ...

09/16/2011
Realms of the Unreal and the Henry Darger Archives
Realms of the Unreal and the Henry Darger Archives
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Realms of the Unreal and the Henry Darger Archives Abstract The American Folk Art Museum maintains the single largest ...

03/30/2012
Re-evaluation of 1984 Preservation Decisions for the African House Murals by Clementine Hunter
Re-evaluation of 1984 Preservation Decisions for the African House Murals by Clementine Hunter
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Abstract Re-evaluation of 1984 Preservation Decisions for the African House Murals by Clementine Hunter In 1984 as an Associate ...

04/03/2012
Producer/Process/Production The Sacred Chaos of Preserving the Artist and/or the Art
Producer/Process/Production The Sacred Chaos of Preserving the Artist and/or the Art
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. Producer/Process/Production The Sacred Chaos of Preserving the Artist and/or the Art: The Wonderfully Strange Case of Howard Finster and his Paradise Garden by Norman Girardot Norman Girardot: I wanted to say two quick things as a preface for this that came out of the wonderful ...

04/18/2016
Preserving World War II-era Atomic Weapons Research and Development Sites within Los Alamos National Laboratory for the Newly-created Manhattan project National Historical Park
Preserving World War II-era Atomic Weapons Research and Development Sites within Los Alamos National Laboratory for the Newly-created Manhattan project National Historical Park
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX.   Jeremy Brunette:  Good morning. My name is Jeremy Brunette, and I’m actually a coauthor of this paper, along with J.T. Stark, who is the Head of Preservation at Bandelier National Monument. We’ve been working together ...

02/03/2020
Preserving What Remains: Fort Sheridan WWII POW Branch Camps in the Cook County Forest Preserved in Illinois
Preserving What Remains: Fort Sheridan WWII POW Branch Camps in the Cook County Forest Preserved in Illinois
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Paula L. Bryant:  Over the past few years, members of the Prairie Research Institute, which is comprised of five state surveys, including the Illinois state archaeological survey, have partnered with the Cook County Forest Preserve ...

02/03/2020
Preserving the Historic Military Landscape at Camp Adair
Preserving the Historic Military Landscape at Camp Adair
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Rick Minor:  There we go. So this morning we heard these really excellent presentations on research that is pretty far along. This is going to be a real contrast, because this represents basically the first ...

02/03/2020
Preserving the Hardware of War: Challenges Faced in the Adaptive Exhibition and Storage of the US Army’s Technological Artifacts
Preserving the Hardware of War: Challenges Faced in the Adaptive Exhibition and Storage of the US Army's Technological Artifacts
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX.   Ray Barnett:   Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I’m sure you’re all wondering why I called you here. My name is Ray Barnett, and I will be talking on preserving the hardware of war. That’s ...

02/03/2020
Preserving the Gateway Arch: Evaluating Fire Protection and Life Safety Conditions Using a Performance Based Analysis
Preserving the Gateway Arch: Evaluating Fire Protection and Life Safety Conditions Using a Performance Based Analysis
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Preserving the Gateway Arch: Evaluating Fire Protection and Life Safety Conditions Using a Performance Based Analysis by Anne Weber and Jennifer Wiley Jennifer Wiley: Hughes Associates is now Jensen Hughes. We merged with RJA, so a bit of housekeeping. I’d ...

08/24/2015
Preserving the Denali Park Road
Preserving the Denali Park Road
 

Preserving the Denali Park Road: Ninety Years of Challenge and Perserverance This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Frank Norris: A guy who’s living in Santa Fe is going to be babbling on about Alaska for ...

08/14/2017
Preserving Second World War Internment History: A Texas Perspective
Preserving Second World War Internment History: A Texas Perspective
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Dr. Lila Rakoczy:   I’m a World War I and early modern siege warfare specialists, so I’d like to talk to you about World War II. The internment of thousands of Japanese Americans is one of ...

02/03/2020
Preserving Public Memory: Caring for Mementos left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Preserving Public Memory: Caring for Mementos left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Janet Folkerts:   Okay. Hello, everyone. Thank you for giving me a chance to be here today. My name is Janet Folkerts, like she said, and I work for the National Park Service for the ...

02/03/2020
Preserving Falling Water – An American Icon by Robert Silman
Preserving Falling Water - An American Icon by Robert Silman
 

This video was produced was part of The Carpenters’ Company 2011 Master Builder Dialogues, “Preserving America.” It was developed in collaboration with Independence National Park and Drexel University. Robert: Thank you so much, Charlie. It’s so nice to be here and so wonderful to talk to all of you who have this great interest in preservation ...

01/28/2015
Preserving African American Properties 2017-20
Preserving African American Properties 2017-20
 

Jason Church: Welcome to today’s webinar I am your host Jason Church with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Today we are joined by Preservation Architect Jack Pyburn to discuss preserving African American Historic Properties. Jack it is my pleasure to introduce you not only as a NCPTT board member but as a ...

09/20/2017
Preservation, Innovation, and Education
Preservation, Innovation, and Education
 

Preservation, Innovation, and Education: Exploring the University Design Studio as a Platform for New Thinking in Resource Protection, Treatment, and Sustainability for the Next 100 Years This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenters’ ...

08/09/2017
Preservation Studies Summer Field School at Tulane
Preservation Studies Summer Field School at Tulane
 

This summer, NCPTT, the Tulane School of Architecture, the Preservation Trades Network, and Save Our Cemeteries hosted training on treatments for above ground cemeteries damaged during Hurricane Katrina. Topics included masonry applications, preservation technology, limewash, appropriate treatments for tombs, and a history of the cemeteries of New Orleans. This video was produced by Tulane University.

08/07/2009
Preservation Planning for Historic Cemetery Landscapes
Preservation Planning for Historic Cemetery Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Preservation Planning for Historic Cemetery Landscapes by Martha Lyon Martha Lyon: Thank you. As follow up to the several presentations that have been given about planning so far, two this morning and then this great presentation about the trees, I am ...

10/01/2014
Preservation Passed On
Preservation Passed On
 

This video was originally produced by the US Forest Service, part of the USDA. In the Northern Rockies, at least 800 old cabins, fire lookouts, and ranger stations still stand on federal and state public lands. These structures, nestled among fir trees and dotting the banks of creeks are of immense historic value and are irreplaceable. ...

03/02/2012
Preservation Maintenance of Turf Using Resource Sensitive Techniques in Historic Landscapes (2011-03)
Preservation Maintenance of Turf Using Resource Sensitive Techniques in Historic Landscapes (2011-03)
 

Historic sites reflect a particular time period and cultural use. These landscapes are composed of historic features such as buildings, trees, fencing, and walkways that date to an historic period. Understanding and implementing appropriate maintenance practices to preserve a site’s historic character and its individual features are essential components of a maintenance worker’s job. This ...

04/14/2011
Preservation Education Challenge: Establishing Heritage Curricula and Professional Practice in Emerging South Asia Democracies, Pakistan–A Case Study
Preservation Education Challenge: Establishing Heritage Curricula and Professional Practice in Emerging South Asia Democracies, Pakistan--A Case Study
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Preservation Education Challenge: Establishing Heritage Curricula and Professional Practice in Emerging South Asia Democracies, Pakistan–A Case Study by Robert W. Ogle and William C. S. Remsen, Boston Architectural College Robert Ogle: Thank you. It’s great to be ...

03/11/2015
Preservation Architect Named Chicagoan of the Year
Preservation Architect Named Chicagoan of the Year
 

This video describes the work of preservation architect Gunny Harboe who has been named a 2010 Chicagoan of the Year by ChicagoMag.com. Harboe has been restoring some of Chicago’s iconic buildings since being involved with the rehabilitation of the Rookery in 1992.

12/27/2010
Predictive Modeling for Death Valley National Park
Predictive Modeling for Death Valley National Park
 

Hello, my name is Lindsey Cochran from the University of Tennessee. I’m also with the NCPTT. I was a summer intern in 2014 for Tad Britt in Archeology and Collections. My project this summer was to create predictive modeling for the DEVA Project or Death Valley National Park. My goal was to identify and then ...

08/08/2014
Potential Future Uses for Laser Scanning Data Collected in Carlsbad Caverns
Potential Future Uses for Laser Scanning Data Collected in Carlsbad Caverns
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Erin Gearty: Okay, so I’m going to wrap things up a little bit, talking about where we’re going with this data set from here. Julie McGilvrey mentioned sort of how this project began, really as a mitigation project, but one of the ...

06/29/2020
Post-Processing Workflows: Identifying Hidden Costs in Converting Scan Data to Useable Information
Post-Processing Workflows: Identifying Hidden Costs in Converting Scan Data to Useable Information
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Full Detailed Poster   Post-Processing Workflows: Identifying Hidden Costs in Converting Scan Data to Useable Information This poster aims to demonstrate the unique challenges associated with scanning and documenting OV-103 (Space Shuttle Discovery). In demonstrating the workflow ...

01/23/2013
Portland Cement Vs Historic Gravestones
Portland Cement  Vs Historic Gravestones
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Portland Cement  Vs Historic Gravestones Jonathan Appell:  Apparently, The Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico looked like this before 1910. News story out now … I’ll just go through these images quickly, is this Mr. Menchaca just did a study based ...

10/15/2014
Plastics in Early Aircraft: Enclosing the Cockpit
Plastics in Early Aircraft: Enclosing the Cockpit
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX.   Dr. Odile Madden:  Good morning everyone. How do I move forward? Here we go. The Wright brothers made their first powered flight at Kitty Hawk in 1903 in an open frame aircraft with the pilot lane ...

02/03/2020
Planting Boxwood Hedges in Historic Gardens
Planting Boxwood Hedges in Historic Gardens
 

The video was filmed at Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania National Military Park and created in partnership by the National Park Service Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation; Park Historic Structures and Cultural Landscape Program; and Learning and Development Program-Facility Maintenance Academy.   Now that we’ve selected the cultivar to plant in the Fredricksburg Garden at Chatham, we’re going to now look for healthy ...

10/15/2015
Planning to Stabilize, Document, Conserve and Interpret Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden in Summerville, Georgia
Planning to Stabilize, Document, Conserve and Interpret Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden in Summerville, Georgia
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Planning to Stabilize, Document, Conserve and Interpret Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden in Summerville, Georgia Abstract This presentation will illustrate ...

04/04/2012
Picking Up the Pieces by Dustin Fuqua
Picking Up the Pieces by Dustin Fuqua
 

Transcript Hello, my name is Dustin Fuqua, and today I’m going to be telling you a story I like to call “Picking Up the Pieces: Resource Documentation and Post-Disaster Recovery at the Bayou Folk Museum Kate Chopin House.” The context of this project is Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, and in particular, the Cane River Region. Note the historic ...

09/09/2013
Photography as Preservation
Photography as Preservation
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Rhys Martin: Alright, thank you all very much. So, has anybody here ever heard of the term “imposter syndrome?” So, it’s generally a feeling that a lot of people kind of identify with that when you’re in ...

10/02/2019
Photogrammetric Documentation of Weathered and Damaged Headstones at the Cataraqui Cemetery,Kingston Ontario
Photogrammetric Documentation of Weathered and Damaged Headstones at the Cataraqui Cemetery,Kingston Ontario
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Photogrammetric Documentation of Weathered and Damaged Headstones at the Cataraqui Cemetery,Kingston Ontario by George Bevan and Alexander Gabov George Bevan:  Today for my collaborators in this project. Ian Longo, one of my undergraduate students, who’s worked extensively in the Cataraqui Cemetery ...

11/17/2014
Perpetuating the Thrill of the Old Time Road
Perpetuating the Thrill of the Old Time Road
 

Perpetuating the Thrill of the Old-Time Road: A Historical Perspective on Park Road Preservation This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Timothy Davis: I want to thank Mary, and Debbie, and Kirk and all the others ...

08/07/2017
Pasaquan, the Journey Continues
Pasaquan, the Journey Continues
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Pasaquan, the Journey Continues” by Peter Schoenmann and Shane Winter Shane Winter: Terry asked me to do a presentation for you guys here today basically about what’s going on at Pasaquan. Sorry. Basically just going to tell you what’s going on at Pasaquan and ...

04/20/2015
Park Architecture Comes of Age
Park Architecture Comes of Age
 

Park Historic Architecture Program Comes of Age with the Historic Preservation Act of 1966 This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Hugh Miller: This is a story of people, visions, the world of the possible. ...

06/02/2017
Paradise Gardens; its Past and its Future
Paradise Gardens; its Past and its Future
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Paradise Gardens; its Past and its Future Transcript Church:     This is Jordan Poole, the very newly elected director ...

04/20/2012
Outdoor Display Aircraft: Considering Costs and Benefits
Outdoor Display Aircraft: Considering Costs and Benefits
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Daniel Phoenix:   Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Ray , thanks very much for that. I can safely say that just about everything he said is very much the same for us. I can sense deep ...

02/03/2020
Oil & Cultural Resources
Oil & Cultural Resources
 

Hi, I’m Carol Chin.  I’m a Conservation Scientist at theNational Center for Preservation Technology and Training, and I’ve been doing some work with my colleagues here on the Gulf Oil Spill and conservation of some cultural resources down along the coast.  So today I’m going to be talking about Oil and Cultural Resources – Lessons ...

08/27/2013
NPS Response to Climate Change and Cultural Resource Preservation
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: All right, so I already introduced Susan. She’s with the Parks Cultural Landscape Program. Thank you. Susan Dolan: Thank you, once again. Barbara asked me to speak about climate change response and cultural resources in the National Parks Service. ...

08/04/2017
NPS Design Tradition in the 21st Century
NPS Design Tradition in the 21st Century
 

This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ethan Carr: Thank you very much, it’s an honor to be here starting off this conference on A Century of Design in the Parks. Part of my duty ...

09/12/2017
Not Seeing the Cemetery for the Monuments: Understanding the Importance of Preservation Assessments
Not Seeing the Cemetery for the Monuments: Understanding the Importance of Preservation Assessments
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Not Seeing the Cemetery for the Monuments: Understanding the Importance of Preservation Assessments by Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker Michael:  My talk today deals with how, as conservators, we see the cemeteries in which we work. First, a little bit about ...

09/15/2014
No Thermal Break, No Problem: Upgrading Kahn’s Stainless Steel Windows in the Richards Building
No Thermal Break, No Problem: Upgrading Kahn’s Stainless Steel Windows in the Richards Building
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. No Thermal Break, No Problem: Upgrading Kahn’s Stainless Steel Windows in the Richards Building by David N. Fixler and Matthew Chalifoux David N. Fixler: I’m going to venture out on a limb for just a second because James’ presentation ...

08/31/2015
No Lone Zone: Two Preservation Paths in Preserving ICBM Facilities
No Lone Zone: Two Preservation Paths in Preserving ICBM Facilities
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Eric Leonard:   So we’re here again today. Just like yesterday, Christina and I are both aware that we’re what stands between the room and lunch. So we’re going to tell a compelling story to ...

02/03/2020
Nike: Bringing a Site up to Speed
Nike: Bringing a Site up to Speed
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Allan Blank:    Thank you. Good afternoon. We had a peacemaker and a minuteman taking it out to lunch, and we’ll have Nike bringing you back home. Just want to mention, it’s a privilege being ...

02/03/2020
New Deal Outdoor Theaters in Parks
New Deal Outdoor Theaters in Parks
 

Rocks, Logs and Circular Perfection: Design Parameters and Processes for Constructing Outdoor Theaters in the Nation’s Parks During the New Deal This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Linda Jewell: I’m going to thank everyone ...

07/23/2017
New Contexts: Preservation Challenges of Modern Era Design
New Contexts: Preservation Challenges of Modern Era Design
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. New Contexts: Preservation Challenges of Modern Era Design by Ann K. Dilcher Ann K. Dilcher: Good morning I’m excited to be at St. Louis, not expecting to be talking about the old court house and the age of ...

08/12/2015
Neutra’s Visitor Center and Cyclorama at Gettysburg
Neutra's Visitor Center and Cyclorama at Gettysburg
 

Modern Architecture and Preserving the Historical Milieu: Richard Neutra’s Visitor Center and Cyclorama at Gettysburg This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Fred Esenwein: Thank you Mary. And just as an update, I ...

01/09/2018
NCPTT experiences Rocky Mountain High-Tech at the Association for Preservation Technology Conference
NCPTT experiences Rocky Mountain High-Tech at the Association for Preservation Technology Conference
 

This past week, I was thrilled to attend my first-ever Association for Preservation Technology (APT) conference. The conference was hugely successful, both in numbers and in the quality of information presented. We at NCPTT were happy to take part as a sponsor of the conference and a partner in some of the learning experiences there. The ...

10/09/2010
Nationwide Monument Conservation at National Cemeteries: Planning, Management, and Treatment Implementation
Nationwide Monument Conservation at National Cemeteries: Planning, Management, and Treatment Implementation
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Nationwide Monument Conservation at National Cemeteries: Planning, Management, and Treatment Implementation by Sara Johnson Sara Johnson: Going to talk a little bit about a contract that my company has with the National Cemetery Administration for the preservation of a number of ...

12/03/2014
Monitoring Using Laser Scanning – Case Study of Watts Towers
Monitoring Using Laser Scanning - Case Study of Watts Towers
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA   Monitoring Using Laser Scanning – Case Study of Watts Towers This paper will explore the use of laser scanning as a part of a controlled survey to measure movement of buildings and structures over time. In 2011 a ...

10/22/2012
Modernizing Park Buildings
Modernizing Park Buildings
 

The Second Century: Modernizing Park Buildings for the Next 100 Years This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Robert Hotes: First of all, I want to thank Mary, and Debbie, and everyone at ...

01/26/2018
Modern Problems in Historic Cemeteries
Modern Problems in Historic Cemeteries
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Modern Problems in Historic Cemeteries by Frances Ford Ford: Hello. My presentation today I have titled Modern Problems in Historic Cemeteries, and you’ll find out why in just a second. My presentation outline will sort of set the scene of this ...

10/06/2014
Mind the Gap: the Need to Supplement Laser Scan Data in HABS Documentation Projects
Mind the Gap: the Need to Supplement Laser Scan Data in HABS Documentation Projects
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size Mind the Gap: the Need to Supplement Laser Scan Data in HABS Documentation Projects The HABS poster will discuss the use of laser scanning in relation to the documentation of historic buildings. ...

01/20/2013
Mid-Century Commercial Modernism: Design and Materials
Mid-Century Commercial Modernism: Design and Materials
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Mid-Century Commercial Modernism: Design and Materials by Carol Dyson Carol J. Dyson: Thank you. Well I really wish to thank the National Park Service and many other sponsors of this great conference. I am truly thrilled and honored to ...

09/09/2015
MCLs on Eastern National Forests: The Example of Late Woodland Landcapes in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: Next up is Sean Dunham. Sean is the heritage program manager with the Chippewa National Forest. Before his career at the Forest Service, he worked as a cultural resources consultant on many projects in the Eastern Region ...

06/27/2017
Material, Intent, and the Aesthetics of Conservation
Material, Intent, and the Aesthetics of Conservation
 

This lecture was recorded during a symposium held May 13, 2006 at the Victoria Mansion in Portland Maine. Material, Intent, and the Aesthetics of Conservation David Fixler, AIA, Principal, Einhorn Yaffee Prescott I think why we did this project but why it matters to the world at large, to the architectural community, to really a sort of ...

08/04/2016
Material Matters
Material Matters
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. “Material Matters” By Gunny Harboe, FAIA Gunny Harboe:    Well good morning. I too would like to thank all the organizers of the conference The National Park Service, NCPTT, friends of NCPTT, AIA St. Louis, Washington University and the World ...

10/05/2015
Material Change: Attenuation to Significance
Material Change: Attenuation to Significance
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Material Change: Attenuation to Significance by Christopher Domin Christopher Domin: Coming in this morning past the Central Library and the Wainwright Building, and then taking a right at the Gateway Arch, I get why we’re here. So thanks to ...

08/17/2015
Maritime Cultural Landscapes in Motion: Futures Past along the Northern Gulf Coast of Florida
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: Our next speaker is Kenneth Sassaman. He is the Hyatt and C.C. Brown professor at Florida Archeology in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Florida. He earned his PhD in anthropology from the University of ...

06/27/2017
Many Glacier Hotel: A 100-Year Restoration
Many Glacier Hotel: A 100-Year Restoration
 

This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Many Glacier Hotel: The 100-Year Restoration by Elizabeth Hallas Elizabeth Hallas: Thank you, Debbie. Good morning, everybody. Nice to see you here bright and early. All right. How many ...

06/02/2017
Managing Environmental Change in Cultural Landscapes: Vegetation
Managing Environmental Change in Cultural Landscapes: Vegetation
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Susan Dolan: I’m going to talk about managing environmental change in cultural landscapes and reconciling first integrity and dynamism that are inherent in cultural landscapes. Applying the concepts of treatment and preservation maintenance to cultural landscapes, i.e. managing change within specified parameters. Then ...

07/13/2020
Managing Environmental Change in Cultural Landscapes: Built Environment
Managing Environmental Change in Cultural Landscapes: Built Environment
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Lauren Meyer: Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you. So, it’s hard to follow Susan because I feel like you’re so soothing and it’s actually good for me because it keeps the nerves down so it feels good. So, to follow Susan’s presentation ...

07/13/2020
Mallows Bay as a Maritime Cultural Landscape
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Diana Penkiunas: Okay, our first presentation for the second half of session four is about Mallows Bay as a Maritime Cultural Landscape. We have two presenters. The first is Susan Langley. Dr. Langley has been the Maryland State Underwater ...

06/27/2017
Maintenance Programs for Historic Fountains
Maintenance Programs for Historic Fountains
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Maintenance Programs for Historic Fountains by Fran Gale Striegel: Fran Gale is a lecturer with preservation experience throughout the United States. She’s also the senior lecturer at the University of Texas, School of Architecture, where she teaches Materials Conservation and is the ...

08/20/2014
Maintenance Maladies-Who is Minding the Fountain?
Maintenance Maladies-Who is Minding the Fountain?
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO.

09/02/2014
Maintaining Leadworks for Cemetery Monuments and Mausolea
Maintaining Leadworks for Cemetery Monuments and Mausolea
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Maintaining Leadworks for Cemetery Monuments and Mausolea by Angus “Gus” Fraser and David Gallagher Gus: Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mount Auburn is a National Historic Landmark. It was the first of a rural or garden cemetery in the United ...

10/22/2014
Magical Mosaics: Preserving Isaiah Zagar’s Philadelphia Art Environment
Magical Mosaics: Preserving Isaiah Zagar’s Philadelphia Art Environment
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Magical Mosaics: Preserving Isaiah Zagar’s Philadelphia Art Environment Abstract One of the nation’s most amazing, yet least known, art ...

03/29/2012
Made from My Own Hand: An Introduction to Concrete Grave Markers
Made from My Own Hand: An Introduction to Concrete Grave Markers
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Made from My Own Hand: An Introduction to Concrete Grave Markers by  Gordon Bond and Stephanie M. Hoagland Stephanie Hoagland: Good morning. Yesterday Jonathan Appell showed us some concrete that you never want to see in a cemetery, but today we’re ...

10/29/2014
Low, Light and Livable: From Modern to Ranch in Arkansas, 1945-1970
Low, Light and Livable: From Modern to Ranch in Arkansas, 1945-1970
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Low, Light and Livable: From Modern to Ranch in Arkansas, 1945-1970 By Holly Hope Holly Hope: I really am honored to be included in an agenda with so many people who are much more lofty than I. I have ...

09/16/2015
Limpieza Básica para Monumentos (2007-01)
Limpieza Básica para Monumentos (2007-01)
 

Hola, en este video le estaremos enseñando los procedimientos básicos para limpiar lápidas de piedra. Hay dos cosas que se deben de recordar: lo primero es que siempre hay que asegurarse de la seguridad personal y lo segundo es no hacer daño a la lápida como tal.

09/15/2011
Limewash Video: Application and Preparation of Limewash (2008-07)
Limewash Video: Application and Preparation of Limewash (2008-07)
 

This six minute video explains how to prepare and apply limewash.

12/31/2008
Lifting and Hoisting Stone Grave Markers Video (2010-07)
Lifting and Hoisting Stone Grave Markers Video  (2010-07)
 

Many fallen or sunken grave markers are too large or weigh too much to be reset by hand. For these markers a mechanical hoisting or lifting system must be used. There are many types of lifting systems in use from very complex cranes and truck mounted hydraulic booms to less complex gantries and tripod hoists. ...

03/21/2010
Learning from the Texas Wildfires
Learning from the Texas Wildfires
 

Learning from the Texas Wildfires: Bastrop State Park and Beyond This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Dennis Gerow: Those last two presentations were just so outstanding. We’re going to switch things up and ...

09/07/2017
Laser Scanning in Carlsbad Caverns
Laser Scanning in Carlsbad Caverns
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Malcolm Williamson: I’m a long-term DEER spacial researcher at the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) at the University of Arkansas. I’m going to be talking about the digital 3D documentation of the portions of Carlsbad Caverns National Park that had the ...

06/18/2020
Laser Scanning America’s Cultural Landscapes
Laser Scanning America's Cultural Landscapes
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Poster full size and detail Laser Scanning America’s Cultural Landscapes The Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) Documentation to the Secretary of the Interior Standards, Assessing the Value of Laser Scan Data The Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) mission is ...

01/23/2013
Landscapes and Lives (1997-27)
Landscapes and Lives (1997-27)
 

Susan Turner talks about how and why landscapes are and should be preserved.

09/22/2008
Landscape vs. Discontinuous District: Florida Dugout Canoes
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Diana Penkiunas: Okay, our next presenter is Julie Bird, who will be speaking on landscape versus discontinuous district Florida dugout canoes. Julie Bird is the senior archeologist at the Florida Bureau of Archeological Research Division of Historical Resources. She ...

06/27/2017
Landscape Rehabilitation at Gettysburg National Military Park
Landscape Rehabilitation at Gettysburg National Military Park
 

This video is the third in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP). The video is made possible by financial support from the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training and through the efforts of digital media production intern Vanessa Hartsuiker, whose internship with ...

10/15/2018
Landscape Processes and Cultural Resources
Landscape Processes and Cultural Resources
 

Landscape Processes and Cultural Resources: Shifting Perspectives to Protect Mendocino Woodlands This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Laurie Matthews:            It’s late in the day. I know I’m a little tired, so I ...

09/26/2017
Landscape Maintenance in Cemeteries
Landscape Maintenance in Cemeteries
 

Landscape maintenance is a critical element in historic cemetery preservation.  Yet often the landscape is neglected or improperly maintained, resulting in damaged historic features and a loss of historic landscape character. NCPTT presented a webinar addressing landscape maintenance in historic cemeteries on April 7, 2010. Course instructor Jason Church discussed sensitive maintenance practices for cemetery landscape ...

03/29/2010
Lake Superior’s Apostle Islands: A Maritime Cultural Landscape Case Study
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Diana Penkiunas: Okay, our next presenter is David Cooper, speaking on the multi-faceted Apostle Islands. Mr. Cooper works as an archaeologist and cultural resource specialist for the National Park Service at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Bayfield, Wisconsin. He ...

06/27/2017
Kohler Foundation, the Journey to Preserve Vernacular Art
Kohler Foundation, the Journey to Preserve Vernacular Art
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Kohler Foundation, the Journey to Preserve Vernacular Art” by Terri Yoho Terri Yoho: Let’s get organized. It’s a delight to be here. I’m really pleased to be able to tell you about Kohler Foundation. Kohler Foundation has been around for seventy-five years. We celebrated ...

06/01/2015
Kansas City Water Quality by David Greene
Kansas City Water Quality by  David Greene
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Kansas City Water Quality by  David Greene This presentation will provide an overview of federal drinking water regulations, typical municipal water supply chemical/biological characteristics, and premise plumbing (e.g. fountains) issues related to water quality. Speaker Bio David Greene is the Laboratory Manager at the ...

06/06/2011
James Hampton’s Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations’ Millennium General Assembly
James Hampton's Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “James Hampton’s Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations’ Millennium General Assembly” by Helen Ingalls Helen Ingalls: I want to start this talk with a little bit of a personal note. In about 1971-72, my mother, Mikee Ingalls dragged a very disaffected teenager ...

06/17/2015
It’s Not Just Garbage: Identifying Ceremony and Cosmology in Shell Middens
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: Our next speaker will be Jeff Shanks. Jeff has been an archeologist with the National Park Service for 8 years. Prior to that, he worked for the Florida Bureau of Archeological Research. He is currently the Acting ...

08/11/2017
Island Landscapes of the North American South Atlantic: Deep Histories and Endangered Resources
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: Our next speaker is Matthew Sanger. Matthew is the director of public archeology programs at Binghamton University, and conducts research on hunter-gatherer sites across the eastern woodlands. His primary research area is in Georgia and South Carolina, ...

06/27/2017
Iron Fencing Care Workshop in Bloomington, Indiana
Iron Fencing Care Workshop in Bloomington, Indiana
 

NCPTT, in partnership with Monroe County History Center at Indiana University, conducted a workshop focused on the techniques and knowledge needed to preserve ornamental ironwork in an architectural setting. This workshop begin with an opening lecture session at 6:30 p.m. by NCPTT’s Materials Conservator Jason Church on Friday, October 14th at the History Center in Bloomington, Indiana. ...

04/18/2012
Iron Fence Repair (2007-03)
Iron Fence Repair (2007-03)
 

Materials Conservator Jason Church demonstrates how to properly repair an iron fence.

12/31/2007
Investigating the Visible Stains on the Stainless Steel Skin of the Gateway Arch
Investigating the Visible Stains on the Stainless Steel Skin of the Gateway Arch
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating the Visible Stains on the Stainless Steel Skin of the Gateway Arch by Josh Friedland, Christine Freisinger, and David Megerle Christine Freisinger: Good morning. As Frank mentioned, my name is Chris Freisinger. I work at WJE. Presenting with me ...

07/12/2015
Investigating and Understanding the New York State Pavilion’s Tent of Tomorrow and Observation Towers
Investigating and Understanding the New York State Pavilion’s Tent of Tomorrow and Observation Towers
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Investigating and Understanding the New York State Pavilion’s Tent of Tomorrow and Observation Towers by Nancy Hudson and Evan Kopelson Evan Kopelson: Thank you. Nancy and I are honored to be presenting today our work on the New York ...

09/14/2015
Introduction to the American Battlefield Protection Program: Path to Preservation for Battlefield Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the online document Acknowledging Landscapes: Presentations from the National Register Landscape Initiative. Barbara Wyatt: Let me tell you a little bit about Kristen. She works as an archaeologist and grants manager for the American Battlefield Protection Program, which is part of the National Parks Service. For the ABPP, she manages over 25 grants each ...

05/04/2017
Interpreting the Cultural Landscape of the Rinconcito de Esperanza and the Surrounding Neighborhood
Interpreting the Cultural Landscape of the Rinconcito de Esperanza and the Surrounding Neighborhood
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Dr. Sarah Gould: Thank you for having me here today. This is not really my area, so I’m honored to be here with you. I’m going to be talking about a site where I work and I think it does really connect ...

07/13/2020
Integrating Aerial and Ground-based LiDAR in Appalachian Heritage Planning and Visualization
Integrating Aerial and Ground-based LiDAR in Appalachian Heritage Planning and Visualization
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size Integrating Aerial and Ground-based LiDAR in Appalachian Heritage Planning and Visualization The Natural Resource Analysis Center (NRAC) at West Virginia University is building a portfolio of integrated LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) ...

01/22/2013
Indigenous Influences on National Park Design
Indigenous Influences on National Park Design
 

This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Brenda Williams:       Land that would eventually become part of the American National Park Service was utilized by and inhabited by American Indians long before the Organic Act of ...

08/22/2017
In Small Things Remembered: The William Peters Reeves Grave Memorial at Kenyon College
In Small Things Remembered: The William Peters Reeves Grave Memorial at Kenyon College
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. In Small Things Remembered: The William Peters Reeves Grave Memorial at Kenyon College by Dennis Montagna Dennis: Thanks. Thanks, Jason. David, I think that with all that gnawing, we’ve done some studies and determined that that’s why squirrels don’t get into ...

10/27/2014
Identifying the 1950s Ranch House Interior as a Cultural Resource
Identifying the 1950s Ranch House Interior as a Cultural Resource
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Identifying the 1950s Ranch House Interior as a Cultural Resource by Laura Kviklys Laura Kviklys: Thanks. Awesome. I hope you guys are doing well. As a disclaimer before I actually start. I want to say thank you so much ...

09/07/2015
Identifying Indigenous Cultural Landscapes in Chesapeake Bay
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Brad Barr: Our final speaker in this session is Deanna Beacham. She is the American Indian Program Manager for the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay office. She previously worked as an American Indian program specialist for the commonwealth of ...

06/26/2017
Ian Firth Interview
Ian Firth Interview
 

Ian Firth I am Ian Firth and I’m originally from England from Yorkshire in the north of England.  I’m living in Athens Georgia where I’ve been for over thirty years.  My current job – I’m retired, I’m a professor emeritus at the University of Georgia and I’ve been retired for seven years. How did you become interested ...

02/07/2013
How to Take Mold Off Papers and Objects
How to Take Mold Off Papers and Objects
 

Karen Pavelka, a senior lecturer for at the University of Texas at Austin, presents a short video on how to handle paper collections that have mold growth. The video was originally created by the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin as an information resource for NCPTT’s disaster response and recovery webinar ...

09/26/2018
How to Move a Mountain: the Documentation and Display of Displaced Art Environments
How to Move a Mountain: the Documentation and Display of Displaced Art Environments
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “How to Move a Mountain: the Documentation and Display of Displaced Art Environments” by Karen Patterson and Lisa Stone Karen Patterson: Hi there. Originally I was going to do this presentation with Lisa Stone from Preservation Services. Unfortunately she couldn’t be here, so this ...

06/08/2015
How is the Conservation of Outsider/Folk Art Unique? Or is it?
How is the Conservation of Outsider/Folk Art Unique? Or is it?
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “How is the Conservation of Outsider/Folk Art Unique? Or is it?” By Barbara Appelbaum and Paul Himmelstein Barbara Appelbaum: We’re going to switch the topic, from the things, to the process of conservation. I’m always in, trying to pin down exactly how to describe what ...

03/01/2016
Houston: A Case Study
Houston: A Case Study
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Anna Mod: Good morning still. I’m here to talk about something near and dear to my heart, and that is Houston. I grew up in Houston. It has been a very challenging city for me to understand and to love. And as ...

07/13/2020
Historic Preservation: The Next Step; Public Lecture by James Marston Fitch (1996-12)
Historic Preservation: The Next Step; Public Lecture by James Marston Fitch (1996-12)
 

Dr. James Finch gives a public lecture on preservation.

11/04/1996
High Resolution Digital Photogrammetry with Object Surface Texture
High Resolution Digital Photogrammetry with Object Surface Texture
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA High Resolution Digital Photogrammetry with Object Surface Texture Digital Photogrammetry when coupled with multi-image capture can provide high resolution imagery with detailed surface texture. Surface texture can be in greater detail than traditional point cloud laser scanning, and the ...

04/17/2013
High Flying Science: The Story Behind the Bomber in the Lake
High Flying Science: The Story Behind the Bomber in the Lake
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX.   Susan Edwards:   Everybody. Jeff and I are delighted to be here. I wore heels. Anyway. We have a tale about a plane to tell you this morning. It’s a plane with two stories. The ...

02/03/2020
High Definition Documentation of Archaeological Structures (2008-10)
High Definition Documentation of Archaeological Structures (2008-10)
 

Existing conditions documentation of archaeological structures can be cut by 60% and can improve the accuracy and fidelity of the documentation by using scanning technology. This would optimize valuable human and financial resources for archaeologist and preservation specialist working to save our ‘Vanishing Treasures’.

12/31/2008
Hawaiian Maritime Cultural Landscapes: Integrating Knowledge Systems, Protecting Heritage Areas
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Valerie Grussing: Next we have Trisha Watson. She’s one of the Culture Resources members of the US Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee. She has a JD and a background in environmental law, and a PhD from the University ...

06/27/2017
Handcrafted Gravemarkers of Julius “Jesse” Thomas
Handcrafted Gravemarkers of Julius "Jesse" Thomas
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Handcrafted Gravemarkers of Julius “Jesse” Thomas  by Anne Shelton   Anne:  Thanks to Stephanie and Gordon I am so pleased to follow their presentation and it was terrific. It was really terrific and I was so pleased to see some really similar ...

11/03/2014
Grassroots Efforts: Neon Sign Restoration Along Route 66
Grassroots Efforts: Neon Sign Restoration Along Route 66
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Jim Thole:  Morning everybody, and let me put that slide up. There we go. That’s what I’m all about. Not knowing what was coming before me, well I hit the wrong button. Here we go. Yep, yep. Not ...

10/02/2019
God’s Architects; Documenting the Materials, Methods, and Self-Taught Builders of the South
God's Architects; Documenting the Materials, Methods, and Self-Taught Builders of the South
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. God’s Architects; Documenting the Materials, Methods, and Self-Taught Builders of the South Abstract Scattered about remote back roads and ...

04/04/2012
Glass and Stained Glass Conservation (1998-28)
Glass and Stained Glass Conservation (1998-28)
 

This video covers a workshop on the conservation and restoration of stained glass.

09/22/2008
Gilded Water Fountains Fabrication/Conservation/ Maintenance
Gilded Water Fountains Fabrication/Conservation/ Maintenance
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference. Gilded Water Fountains Fabrication/Conservation/ Maintenance by William Adair A presentation on the specific issues encountered with the restoration of a contemporary outdoor gilded water fountain, “The Spirit of American Youth”. The gilded replica was based on the original artwork done  in 1953 by Donald Harcourt De Lue (1897-1988), The ...

06/04/2011
Getting the Word Out: Interpretation of Route 66 in Oklahoma
Getting the Word Out: Interpretation of Route 66 in Oklahoma
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Chad Moffett: Good morning everyone. Thank you for coming. Very happy to be here to talk with you today about the work that is being done on Route 66 in Oklahoma here. I really enjoyed Mr. ...

08/06/2019
Gateway Arch Stainless Steel Weld and Surface Discoloration Evaluation
Gateway Arch Stainless Steel Weld and Surface Discoloration Evaluation
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Gateway Arch Stainless Steel Weld and Surface Discoloration Evaluation by Catherine Houska Catherine Houska: My presentation today was sponsored by The Nickel Institute and IMOA, which are two stainless steel industry associations. And if you haven’t found it in your ...

08/19/2015
From Theses to Capstone Experiences: Engaging Students in Community-Based Preservation
From Theses to Capstone Experiences: Engaging Students in Community-Based Preservation
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. From Theses to Capstone Experiences: Engaging Students in Community-Based Preservation by Rebecca J. Sheppard and Catherine Morrissey, University of Delaware Rebecca:Everybody hear me? Thank you, Lauren. Historic preservation has long focused on the importance of preserving buildings ...

02/04/2015
From Land to Sea, or Sea to Land: Reconciling Key Features of Terrestrial and Maritime Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daina Penkiunas: All right, next person up is Brendan Carter, from Land to Sea or Sea to Land, recognizing key features of terrestrial and maritime landscapes. Brendan is the chief of resources at Shuka National Historical Park, the only ...

06/27/2017
Fragile Grounds: Mapping South Louisiana’s Cemeteries
Fragile Grounds: Mapping South Louisiana's Cemeteries
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Fragile Grounds: Mapping South Louisiana’s Cemeteries by Jessica H. Schexnayder and Mary H. Manhein  Jessica: Let me give you a little bit of background about this before we start this presentation.  This actually started out as a student project.  I was ...

11/05/2014
Four Light Total Appearance Imaging of Paintings
Four Light Total Appearance Imaging of Paintings
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Four Light Total Appearance Imaging of Paintings by Roy S. Berns, Tongbo Chen, and Jim Coddington Imaging artwork for documentation and reproduction has a long and rich history. The vast majority of such imaging reduces an illuminated three-dimensional ...

10/23/2013
Fountain Conservation California Style
Fountain Conservation California Style
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, held July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Fountain Conservation-California Style by Andrea Morse Video Transcription Hello, my name is Andrea Morse, I’m principal conservator of the Sculpture for Conservation Studio in Los Angeles.  Today my presentation will introduce you to the styles, some history and fountain problems that one ...

01/07/2014
Form Concrete, Establishing Common Ground
Form Concrete, Establishing Common Ground
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Form Concrete, Establishing Common Ground by Amanda Burke Amanda Burke: Good afternoon, everybody. I’m really excited to be here. I’m really excited that this forum and symposium are here in the state of Missouri so that I could attend ...

01/12/2011
Foamhenge: 3D Modeling and Conservation of a Monumental Sculpture
Foamhenge: 3D Modeling and Conservation of a Monumental Sculpture
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Foamhenge: 3D Modeling and Conservation of a Monumental Sculpture Novel use of technology, 3D digital documentation, model-based engineering, contemporary materials and techniques illustrates the potential that digital documentation and technology has in supporting creative and collaborative problem-solving.  ...

01/07/2013
Florida New Deal Era State Parks
Florida New Deal Era State Parks
 

Iconic New Deal Era Cultural Landscapes in the Florida State Park System This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. David Driapsa: Thank you, Debbie. It’s so nice to be back in Santa Fe. In the late ...

08/02/2017
Fire and Ice: America’s Cultural Heritage Underwater (2004-19)
Fire and Ice: America's Cultural Heritage Underwater (2004-19)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources: The Evolution of Historic Preservation Attitudes
Finding Significance in Park Cultural Resources: The Evolution of Historic Preservation Attitudes
 

This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenters’ Bios Barbara Wyatt: First of all, thank you very much to NCPTT for organizing this wonderful conference, and we appreciate the opportunity to speak. The historic ...

06/02/2017
Finding Avondale: Remote Sensing for an Unmarked Cemetery in Difficult Subsurface Conditions
Finding Avondale: Remote Sensing for an Unmarked Cemetery in Difficult Subsurface Conditions
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Finding Avondale: Remote Sensing for an Unmarked Cemetery in Difficult Subsurface Conditions by Hugh B. Matternes and Valerie Davis Hugh: Good morning, I’m hoping you’ll learn not only from the results we have here but some of the mistakes we made ...

09/29/2014
Field Guide to Gas Stations in Texas
Field Guide to Gas Stations in Texas
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Renee Benn: Good afternoon, everyone. I’m here to talk to you about our updated field guide to gas stations in Texas. I should mention that it also applies regionally, not just to Texas, but you can ...

09/14/2018
Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic at the Fair
Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic at the Fair
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic at the Fair by Mary Jablonski Mary Jablonski: So, take a front-row seat in a new era. It is an era in which man has created for his own better enjoyment of living, a whole new ...

09/02/2015
Ferry of Hope: Ellis Island and US Immigration (2004-21)
Ferry of Hope: Ellis Island and US Immigration (2004-21)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
FBI Investigation of Clementine Hunter Forgeries by William Toye
FBI Investigation of Clementine Hunter Forgeries by William Toye
 

United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that Robert E. Lucky, Jr, 64, of New Orleans, was sentenced today to 25 months in federal prison and was ordered to pay $326,893 in restitution for mail fraud in connection with selling fake paintings attributed to Louisiana artist Clementine Hunter. Lucky was also sentenced to three years’ ...

03/28/2012
Facility Management Funding & Monuments
Facility Management Funding & Monuments
 

Money Can’t Fix Everything: Facility Management Funding at the Flagstaff Area National Monuments This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Caleb Waters: When I saw the call for proposals for this conference, I wondered, “What ...

06/23/2017
Extraordinary Legacy; the Folk Art Collection of the High Museum of Art
Extraordinary Legacy; the Folk Art Collection of the High Museum of Art
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Extraordinary Legacy; the Folk Art Collection of the High Museum of Art” by Susan Crawley Susan Crawley: Good morning. First I’d like to thank Jason and the National Park Service for giving me the opportunity to tell you about the superb collection of folk ...

05/18/2015
Expression of Faith and Fear: The Chauvin Sculpture Garden by Kenny Hill
Expression of Faith and Fear: The Chauvin Sculpture Garden by Kenny Hill
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Expression of Faith and Fear: The Chauvin Sculpture Garden by Kenny Hill” by Deborah Cibelli Deborah Cibelli: Thank you very, very much. I’d just like to present our view of the garden. What I’ve been able to do over the years is to have ...

06/03/2015
Evolving Cultural Landscapes through the Lens of the National Historic Preservation Act, 1966-2020
Evolving Cultural Landscapes through the Lens of the National Historic Preservation Act, 1966-2020
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Nancy Brown: All right, so when I sent in the concept for this presentation, I had no idea Susan Dolan was speaking in front of me, and that we were going to cover some of the same ground. I am coming at it ...

06/01/2020
Evolution in Project Workflow – Is High Definition Survey the Missing Link? – Brandon C. Friske
Evolution in Project Workflow - Is High Definition Survey the Missing Link? - Brandon C. Friske
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA   Evolution in Project Workflow – Is High Definition Survey the Missing Link? There is a major shift occurring in the preservation and building industry today. It was only 30 years ago that architects and engineers where designing ...

10/18/2012
Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care
Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care
 

Materials Research Chief Mary Striegel and Materials Conservator Jason Church conduct a TEL NPS course “Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care.”

02/04/2008
Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care
Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care
 

Materials Research Chief Mary Striegel and Materials Conservator Jason Church conduct a TEL NPS course “Essentials in Cemetery Monument Care” broadcast on January 30, 2007.

01/30/2007
ENGINEERING 281: Renovation of Fountains – Hydraulic Considerations by David Peterson
ENGINEERING 281: Renovation of Fountains – Hydraulic Considerations by David Peterson
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. ENGINEERING 281: Renovation of Fountains – Hydraulic Considerations by David Peterson David Peterson: Let’s see, can you guys hear me without the microphone? Alright ‘cause I like to stand up here a little closer to you and not hide behind the podium. ...

06/06/2014
Emerging Technologies
Emerging Technologies
 

Emerging Technologies: Their Evolution and Limitations Within the Fields of Cultural Preservation and Interpretation This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Tim Castillo: Okay, that sounds good. Thank you, thank you very much for the opportunity ...

02/06/2018
Effects of Climate Change on Wood in Cultural Heritage
Effects of Climate Change on Wood in Cultural Heritage
 

Effects of Climate Change on the Long Term Deterioration Trends of Wood in Cultural Heritage This presentation is part of the A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Suzana Radivojevic :          …and good morning everyone. It is a little bit of a ...

09/01/2017
Ed Galloway’s Totem Pole Park
Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma   Erin Turner:  Great. Thank you. Hi. I am going to be speaking, excuse me, about grassroots art environments or visionary environments, which are collections of immobile constructions or decorative assemblages created by self-taught artists and/or craftsmen made ...

10/02/2019
Echos of American Culture: Glen Echo Park
Echos of American Culture: Glen Echo Park
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Anath: Glen Echo Park is located in Montgomery County Maryland. It’s about 20, 30 minutes outside of Washington D.C. And this is a project that we started in 2003, which is when my daughter was born, ...

08/27/2018
E.T. Wickham: The Intersection of Family and Preservation
E.T. Wickham: The Intersection of Family and Preservation
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “E.T. Wickham: The Intersection of Family and Preservation” by Brittany Wickham Walker Brittany Wickham Walker: Good afternoon. I wish it was better weather, but I will try to condense this as much as I can. Again, my name is Brittany Walker. I’m here to ...

06/10/2015
Dry Tortugas: Searching for the Windjammer Avanti (2004-22)
Dry Tortugas: Searching for the Windjammer Avanti (2004-22)
 

Funded by NCPTT, Montana Public Television has produced a series of videos that highlights the nation’s underwater archeological treasures and features the preservation work of the National Park Service’s Submerged Resources Center.

12/31/2004
Drakes Bay National Historic Landmark Historic District
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Diana Penkiunas: We’re going to start out with Paul Engel who will be speaking about Drakes Bay National Historic Landmark, Historic District. Paul Engel is the archaeologist at Point Reyes National Seashore and has served in the capacity since 2010. ...

06/27/2017
Down to Earth: Conservation Decision-Making for Historic Cemeteries
Down to Earth: Conservation Decision-Making for Historic Cemeteries
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Down to Earth: Conservation Decision-Making for Historic Cemeteries by Katharine Untch Katharine: Thank you very much. It’s a pleasure to be here, and I want to especially thank the conference organizers, Jason Church and Mary Striegel, NCPTT, not only for this ...

09/22/2014
Documenting Slave Structures and Tenant Cabins
Documenting Slave Structures and Tenant Cabins
 

Download this episode as an mp3 or Subscribe via iTunes Documenting Slave Structures and Tenant Cabins Kevin Ammons: Welcome to the Preservation Technology Podcast, the show that brings you the people and projects that are bringing innovation to preservation. I’m Kevin Ammons with the National Park Services National Center for Preservation Technology and Planning. Today we join ...

02/19/2020
Documenting Preservation History Through Education: The New Orleans Preservation Timeline Project
Documenting Preservation History Through Education: The New Orleans Preservation Timeline Project
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Documenting Preservation History Through Education: The New Orleans Preservation Timeline Project by John H. Stubbs, Tulane University John Stubbs: Thank you very much. You don’t know what a pleasure it is for me to be here for a ...

03/18/2015
Documenting National and World Heritage Sites: the Need to Integrate Digital Documentation and 3D Scanning with Traditional Hand Measuring Techniques
Documenting National and World Heritage Sites: the Need to Integrate Digital Documentation and 3D Scanning with Traditional Hand Measuring Techniques
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA   Documenting National and World Heritage Sites: the Need to Integrate Digital Documentation and 3D Scanning with Traditional Hand Measuring Techniques For the past fifteen years, digital documentation technology of historic sites and resources has developed into a ...

02/06/2013
Documentation Of Tenant Farming Houses
Documentation Of Tenant Farming Houses
 

After emancipation, the South’s slave based agricultural system had to adapt or perish. Enter the new system of Tenant Farming. In the system of tenant farming the laborer lives on the property, borrows money from the land owner to advance seed, fertilizer, mule use, food, and house hold supplies. At the end of harvest season ...

10/29/2019
Divine Disorder: Folk and Outsider Art Conference 2012
Divine Disorder: Folk and Outsider Art Conference 2012
 

The first Divine Disorder Conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana.  This conference  focused on highlighting the under-appreciated decorative works of non-traditional artists. The conservation of these works is vital to preserving the life story of those artists outside the main stream art community. Artists come from ...

04/30/2014
Discriminating Palettes: The Painting Materials of Clementine Hunter and Her Imitator
Discriminating Palettes: The Painting Materials of Clementine Hunter and Her Imitator
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Discriminating Palettes:   The Painting Materials of Clementine Hunter and Her Imitator Transcript Church:    Next we have Joe Baraby, Senior ...

03/29/2012
Disaster Preparedness for Buildings
Disaster Preparedness for Buildings
 

Transcript Hello, my name is Sara Marie Jackson, and I work with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training with the Architecture and Engineering Program.  Today I’m going to be talking about preparing buildings for disasters. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast.  We are four hours from the Gulf Coast where it hit.  However, ...

06/12/2013
Disaster Preparedness and Response for Historic Cemeteries
Disaster Preparedness and Response for Historic Cemeteries
 

Thank you for joining us today.  This is the second day of our webinars on disaster preparedness.  Thank you for those who are returning from yesterday and welcome to those that are coming for the first time.  Luckily, most of you know who NCPTT is, having gone to our web site and found out about ...

08/28/2013
Disaster Planning
Disaster Planning
 

My name is Mary Striegel, and I am Chief of Materials Conservation at NCPTT.  Today I’m going to bring you some information about disaster planning and how to go about creating a disaster plan for your collections.  So we’ll start with our first slide.  I just want to tell you that Benjamin Franklin said, “By ...

08/28/2013
Development of the NPS Standard House Plans
Development of the NPS Standard House Plans
 

The Development of the NPS Standard House Plans and Adaptations: The Early Seminal Designs, the Standard Designs, and their Modification This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio John Feinberg: We did the nomination, the ...

11/09/2017
Development of the National Recreation Area
Development of the National Recreation Area
 

Solving the “Recreation Problem”: The Development of the National Recreation Area This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Heidi Hohmann: Okay. I’m talking about .. National Recreation Areas today. NRA, which I’m going ...

11/16/2017
Designing the Parks
Designing the Parks
 

Designing the Parks: Formative Years and Risk Taking Revisited This presentation was part of A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 21-23, 2016. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Margie Coffin Brown:    Thank you for what has been a wonderful symposium, to NCPTT, the presenters, and the participants. I am really having a great time, so thank ...

08/22/2017
Designing the Lidar Mission for Industrial Heritage: Cooperation Across the Fields
Designing the Lidar Mission for Industrial Heritage: Cooperation Across the Fields
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA   Designing the LiDAR Mission for Industrial Heritage: Cooperation Across the Fields Heritage managers and digital documentarians may observe the same subject, but observe it through a contrasting set of filters. The focus of this paper is to ...

12/11/2012
Delineating Maritime Cultural Landscapes at National Parks: Dry Totugas National Park and St. Croix Scenic Waterway
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daina Penkiunas: Our next presenter is Bert Ho, who will be speaking on delineating maritime cultural landscapes at national parks. The subtitle is Dry Tortugas National Park and St. Croix Scenic Waterway. Bert Ho is an underwater and marine ...

06/27/2017
Defend the Adobes: Discriminatory Taxes on Adobe Homes in West Texas
Defend the Adobes: Discriminatory Taxes on Adobe Homes in West Texas
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Speaker 1: Our next speaker is Sandro Canovas, who also keeps me in good supply with the bottles of Sotol, so thank you, Sandro, for being here today. Sandro Canovas: Thank you. Yeah, that’s true. The other part of my life surrounds around the ...

07/15/2020
Culture Shock: Fire Protection for Historic and Cultural Property (1995-01)
Culture Shock: Fire Protection for Historic and Cultural Property (1995-01)
 

Boston University produced this training video to raise awareness of fire risks to cultural properties and to provide technical information about fire detection and suppression systems including sprinklers, gaseous agents, and water mist.

09/22/2008
Cultural Landscapes: The Development of a National Park Service Perspective
Cultural Landscapes: The Development of a National Park Service Perspective
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Susan Dolan: How lovely to be back. Thank you and pleasure to have the opportunity to talk about the National Park Service perspective on cultural landscapes. First of all, just a little framing of what I’m going to talk about, and that is cultural ...

05/18/2020
Cultural Landscapes: Places That We Look at Every Day, But Often Don’t Really See
Cultural Landscapes: Places That We Look at Every Day, But Often Don't Really See
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Robert Melnick: I want to thank a number of people you’ve already heard from but who are the sponsors and obviously Preservation Texas, Evan and Jane especially, but the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training that I’ve been working with and known ...

05/18/2020
Cultural Landscapes of the Manhattan Project: Preserving the Pajarito Site, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico
Cultural Landscapes of the Manhattan Project: Preserving the Pajarito Site, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Julie McGilvray:   So, I wanted to start off by saying how cool it is to be here. Robert tells me I give him strange projects, and this is definitely one of the most interesting ...

02/03/2020
Cultural Landscapes of Austin Park System
Cultural Landscapes of Austin Park System
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Kim McKnight: My name is Kim McKnight. I work for the city of Austin Parks and Recreation Department, and I can’t tell you how excited I am to be here, and really just by the mere existence of this symposium, I’m sure like ...

07/13/2020
Cultural Landscapes and the National Register of Historic Places
Cultural Landscapes and the National Register of Historic Places
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Greg Smith: I’m happy to participate in this program. I got really excited and I immediately made a list of all the different types of cultural landscapes that we’ve nominated and have seen listed and then I started getting into the specifics, all ...

05/14/2020
Cultural Landscape Video Series
Cultural Landscape Video Series
 

The video series was produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The series was funded in part by the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and in partnership with the National Council for Preservation Education and the American Conservation Experience.  All videos were made through the ...

07/09/2019
Cultural Landscape of the Upper Tongue River Valley in Rosebud County, Montana (2007-12)
Cultural Landscape of the Upper Tongue River Valley in Rosebud County, Montana (2007-12)
 

This report is an overview and assessment of the cultural landscape of the Tongue River Valley, its historic themes and cultural resource site types. Designed to accompany other project deliverables (the video documentary and map-based digital archive), the goal of the project is to demonstrate the national, state and local significance of the layers ...

12/31/2007
Cultural Landscape at Women’s Right National Historical Park
Cultural Landscape at Women’s Right National Historical Park
 

This video is the ninth in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The video is made possible  through the efforts of  production digital media production consultant Vanessa Hartsuiker, who initiated this video series during an internship with the Olmsted Center supported in partnership ...

09/08/2020
Creating Independence National Historical Park
Creating Independence National Historical Park
 

The Power and Process of Creating Independence National Historical Park in Urban Philadelphia This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Cynthia MacLeod: … and Mary, Kirk, and Stephanie, and to all the colleagues ...

11/02/2017
Creating a Repeatable Method for Viewshed Analysis Using Lidar Data in Carlsbad Caverns
Creating a Repeatable Method for Viewshed Analysis Using Lidar Data in Carlsbad Caverns
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Claire Gorman: As Julie said, my name is Claire Gorman, and I study computer science and architecture at Yale University, where I’m excited to be skipping class today, to be here with you and share this work. I’m new to the field ...

06/25/2020
Creating a Conservation Plan for Vollis Simpson’s Whirligigs
Creating a Conservation Plan for Vollis Simpson’s Whirligigs
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Dennis Montagna Creating a Conservation Plan for Vollis Simpson’s Whirligigs Abstract For the past thirty years, 92-year-old Vollis Simpson has ...

04/03/2012
Covid-19: Nettoyage et Désinfection du Patrimoine Culturel
Covid-19: Nettoyage et Désinfection du Patrimoine Culturel
 

Le sujet du jour est les bases du virus COVID -19 et nous allons parler de la désinfection des ressources culturelles. Je suis Mary Striegel, cela fait environ 25 ans que je travaille en tant que scientifique spécialiste en conservation auprès du National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Je vais vous parler aujourd’hui de l’isolement, du ...

04/30/2020
Covid-19 Conceptos Básicos: Desinfectar Materiales Históricos
Covid-19 Conceptos Básicos: Desinfectar Materiales Históricos
 

Transcripción El tema de hoy es el virus Covid-19, conceptos básicos. Y hablaremos de desinfectar el patrimonio cultural. Soy Mary Striegel, conservadora científica con más de 25 años en el Centro Nacional de Tecnología y Capacitación para la Preservación. Hoy les hablaré sobre como aislar, limpiar o desinfectar materiales históricos. La presentación que vamos a hacer hoy se basa ...

04/06/2020
COVID-19 Conceitos Básicos: Desinfecção Patrimônio Cultural
COVID-19 Conceitos Básicos: Desinfecção Patrimônio Cultural
 

Transcrição O tema de hoje é o vírus Covid-19, conceitos básicos. E falaremos sobre desinfectar o patrimônio cultural. Eu sou Mary Striegel, cientista da conservação com mais de 25 anos no Centro Nacional de Tecnologia e Treinamento para Preservação (NCPTT). Hoje falarei sobre como isolar, limpar ou desinfectar materiais históricos. A apresentação que faremos hoje baseia-se no ...

04/06/2020
COVID-19 Basics: Re-Entry to Cultural Sites
COVID-19 Basics: Re-Entry to Cultural Sites
 

Good afternoon. My name is Mary Striegel, and I’m a Conservation Scientist with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. This is the third Facebook live broadcast that I’ve hosted from my home in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Today we’re going to focus on issues associated with re-entering our cultural sites and the precautions that we ...

04/06/2020
Covid-19 Basics: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Covid-19 Basics: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
 

Transcript I want to introduce myself in case you didn’t see the first broadcast by the National Center. I am Mary Striegel. I am a Conservation Scientist with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, and I’ll be talking to you today about personal protective equipment, or PPE, which it is commonly referred to. We’re ...

03/31/2020
Covid-19 Basics: Disinfecting Cultural Resources
Covid-19 Basics: Disinfecting Cultural Resources
 

Transcript This presentation is part of the Facebook live video, March 23, 2020. Dr. Mary Striegel:  Today’s topic is COVID – 19 virus basics and we are going to talk about disinfecting cultural resources. I’m Mary Striegel, I am a conservation scientist with about 25 years with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.  I’ll be talking to ...

03/25/2020
Cooperation Creates A Custom Crate: Conservation, Laser Scanning, 3D Milling and Crate Building Work Together
Cooperation Creates A Custom Crate: Conservation, Laser Scanning, 3D Milling and Crate Building Work Together
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size COOPERATION CREATES A CUSTOM CRATE: Conservation, Laser Scanning, 3D Milling and Crate Building Work Together Claes Oldenburg’s Red Tights with Fragment 9 (1961) is created from single piece of contoured chicken wire, ...

01/28/2013
Constructing Shell Landscapes in Southwest Florida
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: To conclude this session we have Margo Schwadron, Dr. Schwadron is an Archaeologist with the Nation Park Services Southeast Archaeological Center and is the regional NAGPRA coordinator and division chief for NAGPRA and applied science. Her research ...

06/27/2017
Conserving the Nation’s Gravesite: Treatment of the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery
Conserving the Nation's Gravesite: Treatment of the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, April 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Conserving the Nation’s Gravesite: Treatment of the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery by Debora Rodrigues and Amy Hollis Amy Hollis: I’m going to talk a little bit about a job that I lived for a couple years, which ...

11/24/2014
Conservation of the Iwo Jima Monument Parris Island for the United States Marine Corps
Conservation of the Iwo Jima Monument Parris Island for the United States Marine Corps
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Claudia Chemello:  Thank you so much Debbie and thank you to everyone from NCPTT, Mary, everyone for doing this amazing conference. It’s such a great topic. Paul and I work a lot with military heritage ...

02/03/2020
Conservation of a Vietnam-Era Aluminum Swift Boat for The National Museum of the United States Navy
Conservation of a Vietnam-Era Aluminum Swift Boat for The National Museum of the United States Navy
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Paul Mardikian:  I’m really happy to speak on this project and I want to introduce my co-author Claudia Chemello, who’s here. We’ve had a great opportunity to work with Search. We were hired by Search ...

02/03/2020
Conservation & H‐RTI
Conservation & H‐RTI
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Conservation and H?RTI at The Metropolitan Museum of Art In the winter of 2010, the Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation at The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted a four?day intensive workshop on Highlight?based Reflectance Transformation Imaging ...

10/24/2013
Connections: Preserving America’s Landscape Legacy (1996-02)
Connections: Preserving America’s Landscape Legacy (1996-02)
 

This video examines the importance of preserving the integrity of America’s historic landscapes.

09/22/2008
Confederates in the Cemetery: Federal Benefits & Stewardship
Confederates in the Cemetery: Federal Benefits & Stewardship
 

This presentation is part of the International Cemetery Preservation Summit, October 8-10, 2014 Niagara Falls, NY. Confederates in the Cemetery: Federal Benefits & Stewardship by Elizabeth Heavrin and Sara Amy Leach Elizabeth Heavrin: The war department established the first national cemetery during and immediately after the Civil War to provide final honorable resting places for soldiers ...

12/08/2014
Conducting an Assessment of Wooden Parabolic Arch Trusses in a World War II Blimp Hanger
Conducting an Assessment of Wooden Parabolic Arch Trusses in a World War II Blimp Hanger
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Doug Porter:  Thanks Mary. I want to start by saying how much I enjoyed that last presentation. I was fortunate to be associated with a research group that worked for about five years on the ...

02/03/2020
Concrete Jungle: Conserving Canada’s Menagerie of Concrete Sculptures
Concrete Jungle: Conserving Canada's Menagerie of Concrete Sculptures
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Kelly Caldwell:  Thank you to the NCPTT for inviting a Northern neighbor, even though I am from the US. But, talking about a Canadian context in terms of roadside architecture and attractions. So, for my presentation … ...

08/08/2019
Comparing Digital Photogrammetric Methods for Preservation Documentation
Comparing Digital Photogrammetric Methods for Preservation Documentation
 

With a 2011 Grant from NCPTT, conservators at Georgia O’Keeffe’s Residences in Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch, New Mexico undertook research comaparing digital photogrammetric methods for preservation documentation of historic homes. They documented their project as they went along at http://okeeffeimagingproject.wordpress.com/. This project studied whether existing, three-dimensional (3D) digital photo imaging technologies could be easily adopted by ...

01/28/2013
Commandant’s House Garden Redesign
Commandant's House Garden Redesign
 

Commandant’s House Garden Redesign at Boston National Historical Park This video is the second in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP).  The video is made possible by financial support from the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training and through the efforts ...

07/24/2018
Color Palettes to the Rescue: Saving Buildings from Demolition
Color Palettes to the Rescue: Saving Buildings from Demolition
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Tania Alam: Today I’ll be telling you how paint color palettes have come to the rescue of many buildings in America and saved them from demolition. This presentation has its basis on my master thesis, which was ...

08/16/2019
Color and Spectral Archiving Using Dual-RGB Imaging
Color and Spectral Archiving Using Dual-RGB Imaging
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Color and Spectral Archiving Using Dual-RGB Imaging by Roy S. Berns and Jim Coddington Imaging in museums serves multiple end uses from publication to detailed documentation. Commercial RGB digital cameras have, at best, adequate color accuracy , demonstrating ...

07/23/2012
Close Range Photogrammetry vs. 3D Scanning for Archaeological Documentation
Close Range Photogrammetry vs. 3D Scanning for Archaeological Documentation
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Close Range Photogrammetry vs. 3D Scanning for Archaeological Documentation The proliferation of terrestrial laser scanners on the market over the past few years has been accompanied by a rapid adoption of the technology by archaeologists.  This increased archaeological use ...

11/06/2012
Clementine Hunter; History of Forgery
Clementine Hunter; History of Forgery
 

The talk presents a biographical sketch of the folk artist, Clementine Hunter, born in southern Natchitoches Parish in late 1887 and died January 1, 1988. Around 2000 a group of paintings appeared on the market supposedly by Hunter but later found to be painted by Beryl and William Toye. The lecture will include details of the ...

03/20/2012
Cleaning a Stone Grave Marker (2007-01)
Cleaning a Stone Grave Marker (2007-01)
 

Materials Conservator Jason Church demonstrates how to properly clean a stone grave marker.

04/19/2007
Civil War: The CSS Shenandoah and Whaling Heritage In the Western Arctic
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: Brad is going to talk about the CSS Shenandoah and whaling heritage in the Western Arctic and Brad Barr received a BS from … Why? Nobody, they don’t all know you. Let me tell them a little ...

08/04/2017
Characterizing MCLs in the Great Lakes: Western Lake Michigan
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Brad Barr: The next speaker in this session is John Jensen. John didn’t provide us with a bio, but I think many of you in the room know him. John is currently a professor at the University of West ...

06/21/2017
Changing Landscapes: Challenges of Interpreting and Preserving Cold War Era Military Resources at the Former Olathe Naval Air Station, Johnson County, Kansas
Changing Landscapes: Challenges of Interpreting and Preserving Cold War Era Military Resources at the Former Olathe Naval Air Station, Johnson County, Kansas
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Caitlyn Ewers: Today I’ll be sharing with you one of our ongoing projects at the Olathe Naval Air Station, or ONAS, which is located in Johnson County about 20 miles southwest of Kansas City, Kansas. ...

02/03/2020
Changes and Challenges in the Archives at the National Museum of the Pacific War, 1963-2019
Changes and Challenges in the Archives at the National Museum of the Pacific War, 1963-2019
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Chris McDougal:   I’m honored to be here today. Before presenting my findings, I would like to start off with a quote from Fleet Admiral Nimitz. During a speech in 1946, he said, “At the ...

02/03/2020
Challenges of Using the MCL Approach on the Outer Continental Shelf
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt: So our next presentation is by Brandi Carrier and “Challenges of Using the MCL Approach on the Outer Continental Shelf.” Ms. Carrier is a regional professional archeologist with more than 15 years’ experience in cultural resource management. ...

06/26/2017
Challenges of Maintaining the Fountains of “The City of Fountains” – Kansas City by Jocelyn Ball-Edson
Challenges of Maintaining the Fountains of "The City of Fountains" - Kansas City by Jocelyn Ball-Edson
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Challenges of Maintaining the Fountains of “The City of Fountains” – Kansas City by Jocelyn Ball-Edson Jocelyn Ball-Edson: For today’s talk, I tried to categorize this into four super categories. My basic four categories … and this all overlaps. They’re all interchangeable ...

05/05/2014
Challenges in Nominating MCLs to the National Register: Archeological Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Barbara Wyatt:  Our last speaker is Mike Russo. Mike’s regular job is the division lead of the external programs at SEAC, the Southeast Archeological Center, but we’re absolutely delighted to have him in Washington serving as the Erica Siebert ...

06/27/2017
Ceremonial Stone Landscapes of New England and Developing Best Practices to Assess Submerged Paleocultural Landscapes
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Valerie Grussing: Next, Doug Harris and Doug Jones are going to give a joint presentation. Doug Harris is a veteran of more than 20 years of training and service to the Cultural Resource Mission of the Narragansett Indian Tribal ...

06/27/2017
Cemetery Documentation
Cemetery Documentation
 

This webinar will cover the basics needed for Cemetery Documentation. The talk will run one hour of lecture with a following half hour for questions and answers. Topics covered in this talk will include an introduction to documentation surveys and forms followed by an overview of definitions general needed in cemetery documentation. Definitions covered are ...

02/28/2012
Celebrating the Roadside Architecture of Route 66: A Marketing Perspective
Celebrating the Roadside Architecture of Route 66: A Marketing Perspective
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Amy Webb: Grant and I are both from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For those of you who don’t know, the National Trust is a national non-profit dedicated to historic preservation. Essentially, we’re about saving places ...

08/13/2019
Carrie Gregory Interview
Carrie Gregory Interview
 

Carrie Gregory My name is Carrie Gregory, I’m a native of San Diego, California but currently I’m working in Albuquerque, New Mexico for a private consultant, statistical research firm. How did you become interested in landscape preservation? I’m a historic preservation specialist there and very recently about six years I was an archeologist and anthropologist by trade, decided ...

02/07/2013
Capturing, Document, and Mapping the Digital Cultural Object Using Spectral Imaging
Capturing, Document, and Mapping the Digital Cultural Object Using Spectral Imaging
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Capturing, Document, and Mapping the Digital Cultural Object Using Spectral Imaging Advanced digital spectral imaging enables the ability to create accurate digital renderings of cultural heritage materials, generating a new “digital cultural object” with enhanced access to ...

01/07/2013
Camp Laguna, Arizona
Camp Laguna, Arizona
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. William Heidner:   The year 1942 found America at war, even though the rest of the world had been at war for over two years or more. Recovering from the shock of the attack on ...

02/03/2020
Building Dry Stone Retaining Walls (2002-06)
Building Dry Stone Retaining Walls (2002-06)
 

This video shows how to build small drystone retaining walls from beginning to end; laying out the shape, digging the foundation, determining the wall angle, building the face, packing the back, and leveling the top.

03/02/2009
Brownstone Symposium: May 13, 2006
Brownstone Symposium: May 13, 2006
 

May 13, 2006 at the Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland, Maine

05/01/2006
Brownfields Funding in Preservation
Brownfields Funding in Preservation
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Michelle Barnett: As mentioned, I’m the director of the Brownfields Program for the city of Tulsa. I’m also the Deputy Chief of Economic Development for the city of Tulsa, and I really just want to welcome you ...

08/13/2018
Bringing the “Fountain of Life” Back to Life – Marble and Bronze Conservation and Sculptural Figure Replication by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd
Bringing the "Fountain of Life" Back to Life - Marble and Bronze Conservation and Sculptural Figure Replication  by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, held July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Bringing the Fountain Back to Life – Marble and Bronze Conservation and Sculptural Figure Replication  by Ricardo Viera and Michele Boyd Striegel: Our next speakers will be talking about Bringing the Fountain Back to Life; Marble and Bronze Conservation and Sculptural ...

06/16/2014
Bringing New Voices to Cultural Landscapes Panel
Bringing New Voices to Cultural Landscapes Panel
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Cary Dupuy: Thank you so much, Evan, for having us here today and thank you all for such a wonderful discussion today, and learning about how we assess cultural landscapes, how we describe them, and the incredible framework that it offers for ...

07/13/2020
Bringing Back American Giants
Bringing Back American Giants
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Joel Baker: Great, thanks so much for having me. Like she said, my name is Joel. I’m from American Giants, and this just basically started in 2011, as me discovering these giants in Florida, and what ...

07/18/2018
Bringing a Cold War Relic Back from the Brink
Bringing a Cold War Relic Back from the Brink
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Emily Eig:   Good afternoon. Can you hear me all right? I’m Emily Eig, and we are here today coming out of not a place where weapons are being protected, but a place where we’d ...

02/03/2020
Bousillage (2010-08)
Bousillage  (2010-08)
 

In this video we will discuss a traditional Louisiana construction method called Bousillage. Bousillage is a Louisiana French term for walls made of mud. The origins of the word comes from Bous which means mud. Louisiana’s bousillage techniques appear s to be a blending of French and Native American traditions. Both cultures employed similar mud walled ...

09/02/2010
Blackshear Elementary School: A Case Study of Public Memory Versus Documented History in a Historically African American Public Elementary School Campus
Blackshear Elementary School: A Case Study of Public Memory Versus Documented History in a Historically African American Public Elementary School Campus
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Sydney Landers: Thank you for letting me speak to you all about this project. I worked on it last semester as part of a National Register class at UT Austin. It’s concerning Blackshear Elementary, which is part of the Austin bus. So, ...

05/14/2020
Best Practices for Digital Documentation
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Best Practices for Digital Documentation by Ekaterini Vlahos and Mike Nulty Through the HABS/HAER/HALS programs the Secretary of the Interior has established Standards and Guidelines for Documentation and acceptability for inclusion in the Heritage Documentation Programs collections ...

01/07/2013
Before the Bomb: Inclusive Archeology in the Cultural Landscape of the Manhattan Project National Historic Site
Before the Bomb: Inclusive Archeology in the Cultural Landscape of the Manhattan Project National Historic Site
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Rachel Adler: So I’m going to talk mostly about being inclusive in the archeology of the cultural landscape for the Manhattan Project National Historical Site. I am just going to start with a brief overview of where it is located. It’s located ...

07/13/2020
Bad River Water & Culture Maps Project: Countermapping with Bad River Ojibwe
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Valerie Grussing: Jessie Conaway is speaking on behalf of Edith Leoso today, who is the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior, the Lake Superior Tribe of the Chippewa. Edith had several conflicts and emergencies ...

08/24/2017
Automated Classification of Surface Texture for Photographic Paper
Automated Classification of Surface Texture for Photographic Paper
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Automated Classification of Surface Texture for Photographic Paper Surface texture is a vital attribute defining the appearance of a photographic print.  Texture impacts tonal range, rendering of detail, reflectance and conveys subtle qualitative information about the aesthetic ...

03/12/2013
Assessing the Value of Laser Scan Data
Assessing the Value of Laser Scan Data
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Documentation to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards: Assessing the Value of Laser Scan Data The Heritage Documentation Programs consider High-Definition Surveying (HDS) to be a significant tool, one of many it employs in the survey of ...

06/12/2013
Assessing Climate Vulnerability in Cultural Landscapes
Assessing Climate Vulnerability in Cultural Landscapes
 

Assessing Climate Vulnerability in Cultural Landscapes of the Pacific Northwest This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Robert Melnick: …and I wanna also offer my extreme thanks to Kirk, Mary, and Debbie, and ...

11/20/2017
Art Moderne at Ocmulgee National Monument
Art Moderne at Ocmulgee National Monument
 

The “Supremely Ugly Museum:” Art Moderne at Ocmulgee National Monument This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Langdon Opperman:     Hello, I want to say right off the bat that I do not think this is a ...

09/20/2017
Art Environments: Curatorial Roles and Responsibilities
Art Environments: Curatorial Roles and Responsibilities
 

This lecture is part of the Divine Disorder Conference held February 24-26, 2015. “Art Environments: Curatorial Roles and Responsibilities” by Jo Farb Hernández Jo Farb Hernándz: Hi everybody. I’m really very happy to be here this morning. I wanted to talk in general about curatorial roles and responsibilities. I’ve been in this field since about 1973, working ...

05/04/2015
Art and Infrastructure: Restoring the Futuristic Fountain and Reflecting Pool
Art and Infrastructure: Restoring the Futuristic Fountain and Reflecting Pool
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Art and Infrastructure: Restoring the Futuristic Fountain and Reflecting Pool by Margot Brunn and Henry Zuehlke Church: Our next speaker is Margot Broom who is a conservator for the Royal Alberta Museum, a provincial museum covering Alberta’s cultural and human history, biological ...

05/19/2014
Archive of Digital Data for HABS, HAER, and HALS
Archive of Digital Data for HABS, HAER, and HALS
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. Archive of Digital Data for HABS, HAER, and HALS The NPS creates a variety of documents and records, such as inventory and monitoring plans, drawings, photographs, and conservation treatment records, to assist in the planning, management and ...

06/11/2013
Archeology Day
Archeology Day
 

Hello, and welcome to the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. My name is Tad Britt and I’m Chief of Archeology and Collections here at the Center. On behalf of Archaeology Day I’d like to tell you about the Center and some of our archeological events we have planned for the next year. A component of ...

10/17/2014
Archaeological Sites After Disasters
Archaeological Sites After Disasters
 

Good morning.  My name is Tad Britt.  I’m Chief of Archaeology and Collections for the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, and today I’d like to talk about archaeological sites after disasters, documentation, and planning. Before we get started, I’d like to tell about NCPTT’s mission.  NCPTT advances the application of science and technology to ...

08/27/2013
Archaeological and Biological Assessment of Submerged Landforms off the California and Oregon Coasts
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison Daina Penkiunas: David Ball will be speaking about the archaeological and biological assessment of submerged landforms off the California and Oregon coasts. He is the Pacific region historic preservation officer and the regional tribal liaison for the Bureau of Ocean ...

06/27/2017
Aquatic Plants for Water Quality Maintenance in Water Features and Fountains by Mary Willeford-Bair, Catherine Dewey, and Walter Zachritz
Aquatic Plants for Water Quality Maintenance in Water Features and Fountains by Mary Willeford-Bair, Catherine Dewey, and Walter Zachritz
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Aquatic Plants for Water Quality Maintenance in Water features and Fountains Mary Willeford-Bair : The National Park Service is responsible for the management of a variety of constructed water features across the nation. The National Park Service is held to a high ...

04/28/2014
Applications of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in a Fine Arts Museum: Examination, Documentation, and Beyond
Applications of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in a Fine Arts Museum: Examination, Documentation, and Beyond
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Applications of Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) in a Fine Arts Museum: Examination, Documentation, and Beyond In 2006, the Worcester Art Museum collaborated with Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) to develop reflectance transformation imaging (RTI) as a viable examination ...

03/20/2013
Application of Current 3D and Pseudo-3D Imaging for Conservation by Melvin Wachowiak, Senior Conservator E. Keats Webb, Digital Imaging Specialist, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, Washington D.C.
Application of Current 3D and Pseudo-3D Imaging for Conservation by Melvin Wachowiak, Senior Conservator E. Keats Webb, Digital Imaging Specialist, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, Washington D.C.
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Application of Current 3D and Pseudo-3D Imaging for Conservation Melvin Wachowiak, Senior Conservator E. Keats Webb, Digital Imaging Specialist Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, Washington D.C. Conservation professionals have been aware of modern methods of 3D digitization, but a comprehensive guide ...

04/03/2013
Application of Advanced Computer Simulation and Visualization to Enhance Cultural Resources Documentation (1997-06)
Application of Advanced Computer Simulation and Visualization to Enhance Cultural Resources Documentation (1997-06)
 

In the video, the hull of the Civil War warship USS Monitor is recreated digitally. It is then put in simulated physics environments where different aspects of its operation can be studied.

09/22/2007
An Unlikely Paper Trail: Identifying the Sites and Inhabitants of the Tenant Quarters Community at Magnolia Plantation
An Unlikely Paper Trail: Identifying the Sites and Inhabitants of the Tenant Quarters Community at Magnolia Plantation
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. An Unlikely Paper Trail: Identifying the Sites and Inhabitants of the Tenant Quarters Community at Magnolia Plantation by Dustin Fuqua, Cane River Creole National Historical Park Dustin Fuqua: To everyone, I appreciate the opportunity to talk with ...

03/16/2015
An Engineer’s Approach to Forecast the Long-Term Effects of Environmental Thermal Cycles on the Aluminum Works in the Artillery Sheds at the Chinati Foundation
An Engineer’s Approach to Forecast the Long-Term Effects of Environmental Thermal Cycles on the Aluminum Works in the Artillery Sheds at the Chinati Foundation
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. An Engineer’s Approach to Forecast the Long-Term Effects of Environmental Thermal Cycles on the Aluminum Works in the Artillery Sheds at the Chinati Foundation by James Parker James C. Parker: Exciting to be here. This will be a change ...

08/26/2015
An Axe to Grind – Part 1
An Axe to Grind - Part 1
 

This video was originally produced by the US Forest Service, part of the USDA. Hi, I’m Bernie Weisgerber, and I’ve got an axe to grind. Today, we’re going to look at axes, but first I want to show you around the ranger station. We’re here at the entrance to the historic Nine Mile Ranger Station. Now ...

03/16/2012
All Preservation is Local, Except…: Reflections on Conducting Preservation Coursework Abroad
All Preservation is Local, Except…: Reflections on Conducting Preservation Coursework Abroad
 

This lecture is part of the National Council for Preservation Education meeting held July 15-16, 2014 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. All Preservation is Local, Except…: Reflections on Conducting Preservation Coursework Abroad by Jeffrey M. Chusid, Cornell University Chusid: Appetizers will be served shortly after the … Many students want to travel internationally as part of their professional ...

03/09/2015
Alexander Calder’s “Hello Girls”; a Wind and Water Driven Non-Interactive Feature by John Hirx
Alexander Calder’s “Hello Girls”; a Wind and Water Driven Non-Interactive Feature by John Hirx
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. Alexander Calder’s “Hello Girls”; a Wind and Water Driven Non-Interactive Feature by John Hirx Abstract Alexander Calder was commissioned to create “Hello Girls”, a wind and water activated sculpture, for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) when the museum was established ...

06/18/2011
Agricultural Landscape at Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
Agricultural Landscape at Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
 

This video is the fourth in a series of cultural landscape videos produced by the National Park Service (NPS) Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (OCLP). The video is made possible through the efforts of digital media production intern Vanessa Hartsuiker, whose internship with the Olmsted Center was supported in partnership with American Conservation Experience. To view more videos in the ...

07/09/2019
After the Fair: Preserving the Texaco Road Map Pavement at the New York State Pavilion
After the Fair: Preserving the Texaco Road Map Pavement at the New York State Pavilion
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Frank Matero: What I am going to talk to you about today is a really remarkable project. It actually is a perfect follow-up from Dylan’s talk, because in my wildest imagination, I had no idea what ...

08/19/2019
African-American and Creole Traditions Surrounding Death in the Cane River Region
African-American and Creole Traditions Surrounding Death in the Cane River Region
 

The purpose of this project is to capture the traditions surrounding burial practices of African-American and Creole community members in the Cane River area to preserve this information for future generations.

09/22/2011
Advances in Computational Photograph Techniques for Cultural, Historic, and Natural History Materials
Advances in Computational Photograph Techniques for Cultural, Historic, and Natural History Materials
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA Advances in Computational Photograph Techniques for Cultural, Historic, and Natural History Materials This talk presents advances in robust new imaging tools from the emerging science known as Computational Photography. The common feature of the computational photography imaging ...

01/25/2013
Adaptive Reuse of the American Zinc Building and Other Works
Adaptive Reuse of the American Zinc Building and Other Works
 

This presentation is part of the Mid-Century Modern Structures: Materials and Preservation Symposium, April 14-16, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Adaptive Reuse of the American Zinc Building and Other Works by Gyo Obata Gyo Obata: Okay. It’s interesting that I’m in a building that I designed many, many years ago, and it’s what’s called American Zinc Building. Actually, ...

10/08/2015
A Visit to Clementine Hunter’s House With Tommy Whitehead
A Visit to Clementine Hunter's House With Tommy Whitehead
 

A Visit to Clementine Hunter’s House With Tommy Whitehead This video along with a 3D scan of Clementine’s House are intended as a virtual tour for those interested but might not be able to visit this artistic and historic site. Tommy Whitehead: This is the front porch of her cabin and she had it screened in early. ...

11/21/2019
A Veritable Arsenal: Museum Collection Management at Springfield Armory National Historic Site
A Veritable Arsenal: Museum Collection Management at Springfield Armory National Historic Site
 

This presentation is part of the Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War, June 4-6, 2019, Fredericksburg, TX. Alexander MacKenzie:    Thanks very much for having me. Thanks for putting this together. I’m grateful to be here and talk about Springfield Armory. I’ve been there for half of my life now, literally. And ...

02/03/2020
A Tale of Two Towers and Two Holes in the Ground
A Tale of Two Towers and Two Holes in the Ground
 

Transcript for Part 1 Neil: On behalf of the Preservation Trust of Christ Church and of Christ Church itself, let me welcome you here. My name is Neil Ronk and I am the senior guide/historian of the church. I’ve been here now almost 20 years on the staff of this institution. One of the nicest things ...

01/28/2015
A Tale of Two Survivors: The Gettysburg and Atlanta Cycloramas
A Tale of Two Survivors: The Gettysburg and Atlanta Cycloramas
 

This presentation is part of the Are We There Yet: Preservation of Roadside Architecture and Attractions Symposium, April 10-12, 2018, Tulsa, Oklahoma Suzanne Wray: I’ll be talking about two survivors, the Gettysburg and Atlanta cycloramas. Are we there yet? At the Seaside in Holland. Are we there yet? Waterloo. Are we there yet? The Civil War battle ...

08/22/2019
A Sign of the Times: Delaware’s Historical Markers as Roadside Attractions and Artifacts
A Sign of the Times: Delaware's Historical Markers as Roadside Attractions and Artifacts
 

This presentation is part of Are We There Yet? Preservation of Roadside Architecture & Attractions Symposium, Tulsa, Oklahoma, April 10-12, 2018. Kevin Barni: Historical markers were not typically thought of as roadside architecture, represent early efforts to highlight roadside places encouraging motorists to explore roadways while learning about local and regional history. This presentation explores three interconnected ...

08/19/2019
A River Used to Run Through It: The Borderlands Cultural Landscape of the Oñate Crossing in El Paso del Norte
A River Used to Run Through It: The Borderlands Cultural Landscape of the Oñate Crossing in El Paso del Norte
 

  This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, TX. Rachel Feit: My talk is called A River Used to Run Through It. This is the version where a middle-aged Brad Pitt can’t fly fish anymore, because he has arthritis. Actually, no. This is actually about the little-known historic cultural landscape of El ...

05/26/2020
A Manageable Approach for the Maintenance of Fountain Water
A Manageable Approach for the Maintenance of Fountain Water
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. A Manageable Approach for the Maintenance of Fountain Water Striegel: Our next speaker today is Robert Krueger. He’ll be talking about a manageable approach for the maintenance of fountain water. Robert Krueger is an Objects Conservator and proprietor of Cascadia Art Conservation ...

04/23/2014
A Creative Obsession: Materials and Techniques of the Self-Taught Artist James Castle
A Creative Obsession: Materials and Techniques of the Self-Taught Artist James Castle
 

This lecture was part of the Divine Disorder Conference on the Conservation of Outsider Folk art that was organized and hosted by NCPTT. The conference was held February 15-16, 2012 on the campus of Northwestern University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. A Creative Obsession: Materials and Techniques of the Self-Taught Artist James Castle Abstract Identifying the materials of works of ...

04/02/2012
A Comparative Study Using LiDAR Digital Scanning and Photogrammetry
A Comparative Study Using LiDAR Digital Scanning and Photogrammetry
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA A Comparative Study Using LiDAR Digital Scanning and Photogrammetry Through a National Park Service grant, the Center of Preservation Research (CoPR) at the University of Colorado Denver and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) have partnered to develop ...

04/18/2013
A Century of Earthen Architectural Conservation
A Century of Earthen Architectural Conservation
 

A Century of Earthen Architectural Conservation in American Southwest National Parks This presentation is part of A Century of Design in the Parks: Preserving the Built Environment in National and State Parks, June 21-23, 2016, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Abstract and Presenter’s Bio Jake Barrow: Thanks to NCPTT for holding this and getting us altogether and allowing me ...

10/26/2017
A Brief Appreciation of Fountains Through History: Changing Functions, Appearances, and Meaning by John Scott
A Brief Appreciation of Fountains Through History: Changing Functions, Appearances, and Meaning by John Scott
 

This talk is part of the Fountain Fundamentals Conference, July 10-11, 2013, Kansas City, MO. A Brief Appreciation of Fountains Through History – Changing Functions, Appearances and Meaning – John Scott John Scott: And so, I also hope that after such a really good series of highly technical and practically experienced presentations that we won’t mind a ...

05/12/2014
3D Technology and the H.I. Hunley: Beyond Documentation – Christopher Watters
3D Technology and the H.I. Hunley: Beyond Documentation - Christopher Watters
 

Since raising the H.L. Hunley submarine (1863) from the seabed in 2000, the project has incorporated 3D technologies including laser scanning, patterned light scanning, Vulcan point system, and computer modeling. Archaeologists developed the use of 3D technologies primarily for site plan development and artifact documentation. As the project progressed, conservators found other applications for the ...

10/18/2012
3D Scanning of Matisse, the Back I-IV: One Thing After Another
3D Scanning of Matisse, the Back I-IV: One Thing After Another
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA 3D Scanning of Matisse, the Back I-IV: One Thing After Another Matisse created Back, his largest sculpture in 1908/1909. Matisse resculpted Back three times over the next twenty-one years (1913, 1917, 1930/31), each time beginning with a ...

01/30/2013
3D Modeling of a Gravestone
3D Modeling of a Gravestone
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA 3D Modeling of a Gravestone Exploiting Low Cost Range and Image Based Techniques Inside the Medieval Museum of the city of Bologna are housed a series of gravestones which originally adorned the tombs of the Doctors belonging ...

04/18/2013
3D Digital Documentation Summit 2012
3D Digital Documentation Summit 2012
 

The National Park Service explored the latest in digitization technologies for cultural heritage through the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held at the Presidio, San Francisco, July 10-12, 2012.  The summit was jointly organized by NCPTT and the Intermountain Regional Office, and hosted by the Presidio Trust.  The summit featured 25 papers, two panel discussions, and ...

02/06/2013
3D Digital Documentation of Cultural Resources in Southern Arizona National Parks
3D Digital Documentation of Cultural Resources in Southern Arizona National Parks
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. 3D Digital Documentation of Cultural Resources in Southern Arizona National Parks The National Park Service Southern Arizona (SOAR) group consists of Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Chiricahua National Monument, Coronado National Memorial, Fort Bowie National Historic Site, ...

07/23/2012
3D Digital Documentation as a Basis for the Finite Element Method in the Restoration of Tullio Lombardo’s Marble Sculpture of Adam
3D Digital Documentation as a Basis for the Finite Element Method in the Restoration of Tullio Lombardo's Marble Sculpture of Adam
 

This lecture was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA The video is currently unavailable for this talk. 3D Digital Documentation as a Basis for the Finite Element Method in the Restoration of Tullio Lombardo’s Marble Sculpture of Adam On October 6th 2002, one of the most important ...

01/06/2013
3D Data Recordation and Immersive Visualization: Considerations for Creative Mitigation Practices
3D Data Recordation and Immersive Visualization: Considerations for Creative Mitigation Practices
 

This poster was presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit held July 10-12, 2012 at the Presidio, San Fransisco, CA. See Poster full detail and size   3D Data Recordation and Immersive Visualization: Considerations for Creative Mitigation Practices The proposed presentation approaches the potential of 3d data collection and analysis in an immersive 3d visualization system, emphasizing digital format ...

01/23/2013
2020 Hurricane Season Preparedness for Cultural Institutions
2020 Hurricane Season Preparedness for Cultural Institutions
 

This is a pre-recorded webinar featuring moderator Steve Pine with presenters Dan Riley, Jason Church, and Melody Gayeski. All materials used by our presenters will be available for download. Steve Pine is Senior Conservator of Decorative Arts at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. He has assisted in recovery assessments and cleanup of public and private ...

09/18/2020
12,000 Years of MCLs on California’s Northern Channel Islands: From Paleocoastal Lithic Workshops to Chinese Abalone Fishing Camps
 

This presentation is part of the Proceedings of the Maritime Cultural Landscape Symposium, October 14-15, 2015, University of Wisconsin-Madison James Moore: Our first speaker is Todd Braje and he’s an anthropological archeologist specializing in long term human environmental interactions, the archeology of maritime societies, historical ecological approaches to understanding coastal hunter gatherer fishers, and the peopling of the ...

06/27/2017
 Introduction: Use of 3D Date in Carlsbad Caverns
 Introduction: Use of 3D Date in Carlsbad Caverns
 

This presentation is part of the Texas Cultural Landscape Symposium, February 23-26, Waco, Texas. Julie McGilvrey: We’re going to start, we have a long presentation for you all. This is a full hour. This is on a project that a lot of people have been involved with and this is what we’re talking about when we ...

07/13/2020

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