Proceedings of Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War
Fredericksburg, Texas, June 4-6, 2019
Deborah Dietrich-Smith, NCPTT
Fran Gale, Architectural Conservator
Sara Amy Leach, Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration
Mary F. Striegel, NCPTT
ISBN: Soft Bound 978-0-9970440-7-2
The National Center for Preservation and Training (NCPTT) and the National Museum of the Pacific War held a three-day symposium, June 4-6, 2019 in Fredericksburg, Texas, discussing the preservation of United States military heritage from World War II to the Cold War.
The symposium brought together conservators, architects, engineers, landscape architects, museum and site managers, and other cultural resource professionals to discuss state-of-the-science efforts to document, conserve, treat and adaptively reuse sites and features from our military heritage from 1939 to 1991.
These proceedings contain the papers presented there and include topics like Richard Hulver and Blair Atcheson’s presentation, USS Indianapolis Discovered! Now What? – Analysis of a Wrecksite, Janet Folkert’s discussion on Preserving Public Memory: Caring for Mementos Left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and Stephanie Nutt and Adam Smith’s presentation, Rehabilitating the WWII Black Officers’ Club, Fort Leonard Wood, among others.
The cost of the Proceedings of Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War is $55 which includes shipping within the continental United States.