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									Materials of Art and Archaeology

         Bibliography

      Part VI. Museology




        Norbert S. Baer


     Conservation Center
     Institute of Fine Arts
     New York University




           May 2003
          Materials of Art and Archaeology

                   Bibliography



                    Introduction

Part I.             Inorganic Materials (1997).

Part II.            Metals (1999).

Part III.           Organic Materials (2000).

Part IV.            Instrumental Methods (2000).

Part V.             Environment (1999).

Part VI.            Museology (2003).

Part VII.           Dating and Provenance (1999).

Part VIII           Library and Archive Materials (1999).

Part IX             Stone (1999).

Part X.             Dyes and Pigments (2003).

                    Cumulative Index




                    May be obtained from:

                     Conservation Center
                     Institute of Fine Arts
                Inorganic New York University
                      14 East 78th Street
                 New York, New York 10021




                          May 2003
PART VI: MUSEOLOGY

    CONTENTS
Art Cities: Bordeaux ............................................................................1      Legal Issues: Authenticity and Provenance......................................... 23

Art Cities: Venice ................................................................................1    Legal Issues: Censorship ..................................................................... 23

Collections Management .....................................................................3           Legal Issues: Censorship: “Sensation” ................................................ 23

Cultural Tourism..................................................................................4     Legal Issues: Native American Cultural Property ............................... 23

Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Florence Flood .........................4                          Legal Issues: Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III .................... 25

Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Hurricane Hugo .......................6                            Museum Expansion: Brooklyn Museum ............................................ 25

Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: La Fenice Fire ..........................7                         Museum Expansion: General .............................................................. 25

Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Windsor Castle Fire .................7                             Museum Expansion: Getty .................................................................. 26

Disaster Preparedness: Earthquakes ....................................................7                Museum Expansion: Guggenheim ...................................................... 26

Disaster Preparedness: Fire ..................................................................7         Museum Expansion: Kimbell.............................................................. 27

Disaster Preparedness: Floods and Hurricanes....................................8                       Museum Expansion: Whitney ............................................................. 27

Disaster Preparedness: General............................................................8             Museum Policy .................................................................................... 28

Disaster Preparedness: War .................................................................9           Museum Policy: Deaccessioning ........................................................ 30

Disaster Preparedness: War: Iraq .........................................................10            Museum Policy: Ethics........................................................................ 31

Exhibition Design and Traveling Exhibitions .....................................10                     Museum Security................................................................................. 31

Exhibition Design and Traveling Exhibitions: Guidelines .................13                             Outdoor Sculpture ............................................................................... 31

Exhibition Policy: Ethnographic Collections ......................................14                    Outdoor Sculpture: Case Studies: Christo........................................... 31

Exhibition Policy: WWII .....................................................................14         Outdoor Sculpture: Case Studies: Marcus Aurelius ........................... 31

Expert Systems.....................................................................................15   Outdoor Sculpture: Case Studies: Statue of Liberty ........................... 33

Industrial Archaeology.........................................................................15       Preventive Conservation ...................................................................... 33

In-Situ Conservation: Archaeological Sites.........................................15                   Public Places ........................................................................................ 33

In-Situ Conservation: Architectural Monuments ................................16                        Rescue Archaeology: Temple of Dendur ............................................ 33

In-Situ Conservation: Architectural Monuments: Façadism...............16                                Risk Assessment and Risk Management ............................................ 34

In-Situ Conservation: Underwater Sites ..............................................16                 Risk Assessment and Risk Management: Personal Risk .................... 35

Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution ...............................................18               Temperature and Humidity Control .................................................... 35

Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: Lydian Hoard.......................19                          Ultraviolet-Induced Damage ............................................................... 36

Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: WWII ...................................19                     Vandalism ............................................................................................ 37

Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: WWII: Amber Room ...........21

Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: WWII: Quedlinburg.............21

Legal Issues: Artists' Rights: Tilted Arc ..............................................21                                                                                                                  i

Legal Issues: Auction Houses and Dealers ..........................................22

Legal Issues: Auction Houses and Dealers: Sevso Treasure ...............22


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J.-P. Errath, "La Restauration Architecturale du Centre Ancien de     Anon., "Is Venice Sinking?" Saturday Review 50, 25 March
Bordeaux, ou le problème de la gestion par la Collectivité d'un       (1967) p.40ff.
patrimoine culturel commun, utilisé par différents individus
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the Old Centre of Bordeaux or The Problematic Public                  67.
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Buildings and Monuments in Bordeaux (Understanding the                Report 68, 26 January (1970) pp.72-74.
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M.S. Faugère, "Centre de la Pierre, Bordeaux," European Cultural      Anon., "Must Venice Die?" Holiday 47, April (1970) pp.46-49.
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(1991)/ February (1992).                                              Anon., "Will Venice Die From Smoker's Cough?" Vogue 159,
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Bordeaux," European Cultural Heritage: Newsletter on Research         Anon., "Look Out for Falling Angels," Harpers 244, February
5/6 No.5/1, 27-86, December (1991)/ February (1992).                  (1972) pp.94-96.

B. Fayolle-Lussac, "Bordeaux: From the Ancient Settlement to the      Anon., "Venice Fights for Life," National Geographic 142,
Modern Urban Agglomeration," European Cultural Heritage:              November (1972) pp.591-631.
Newsletter on Research 5/6 No.5/1, 63-72, December (1991)/
February (1992).                                                      Anon., "New Life for Venice, If Industry Cleans Up," Business
                                                                      Week, 28 April (1973) p.72ff.
J. Lacoste, "Les Monuments à Bordeaux au Moyen-Age/ Medieval
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                                                                      Report 80 17 May (1976) p.75.
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Economist, 19-21 8 February (1992).                                 V. Fassina, A. Bonarrigo and A. Ongaro, "An Air Pollution Survey
                                                                    Inside the Basilica of Torcello in Relation to the Deterioration of
Anon., "No Haste Over Restoring St. Mark's Basilica," The Art       the Mosaics," In The Conservation of Stone II, Part A, Preprints of
Newspaper 16 13 March (1992).                                       the Contributions to the International Symposium, Bologna, 27-30
                                                                    October, 1981, Editor, R. Rossi-Manaresi, Centro per la
Anon., "Italian Senate Votes $1.4 Billion for Venice (While         conservazione delle sculture all'aperto, Bologna (1981) pp.401-
Churches May Close for Lack of $40,000)," The Art Newspaper         416.
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Anon., "Biennale Wrangling Still," The Art Newspaper 17 3 April     Pollutants on the Composition of Black Crusts Deposited on
(1992).                                                             Venetian Marbles and Stones," In Second International
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(Exhibition Catalogue for the 1967-1968 photographic show
organized by Italia Nostra and the Italian Touring Club), Palazzo   B. Hickman, "Risk Management: Water-Related Damage to
Reale, Milan (1967) 157pp.                                          Buildings and Monuments in Venice," Unpublished colloquium
                                                                    report, New York University, Institute of Fine Arts (1987).
L. Childe, "World Fair Jamboree Will Turn Venice Into
Disneyland-On-Sea," The Sunday Telegraph, 5 November (1989).        P. Hofman, "Saving Italy's Ruins from Ruin," Art News 80 No.3
                                                                    78-85 (1981).
A. Cowell, "In Gondola Waters, Mayor Floats a Subway Plan"
New York Times 19 May (1992).                                       International Center of Conservation, "Studies of Air Pollution and
                                                                    its Effect on Stone in Venice," UNESCO, Venice Campaign 1973,
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Venice," In The Conservation of Stone II, Preprints of the          Venice," Unpublished colloquium report, New York University,
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L. Lazzzarini, "Stones and Marbles in Venice and Their Decay,"          London (1989) 239pp.
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Symposium, Bologna, 19-21 June, 1975, Editor, R. Rossi-                 J. Russell, "Imagine Venice as a Floating Disneyland," New York
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G. Zorzanello, M. Asso and A. Barbacci, "Suscita Polemica            Anon., "Arno Overflows. Pope Donates Relief Funds," New York
Venezia Acqua e Sapone," In Italia Nostra 243 12-16 (1986).          Times 5 November (1966) p.1.

A. Zorzi, "Italians, Fight Parliament Yourselves," The Art           Anon., "Art of Florence Damaged; Cabinet Allots $16 Million for
Newspaper 16 14 (1992).                                              Emergency Relief," New York Times 6 November (1966) p.1.

A. Zorzi, Venezia Scomparsa, 2 volumes, Electa, Milan (1986) 2       Anon., "Conditions in Florence Described," New York Times 7
Volumes.                                                             November (1966) p.49.

See Also : Disaster Preparedness: La Fenice Fire, Stone              Anon., "International Committee Appeals for Aid to Save
Conservation                                                         Florence's Art Treasures, Damage to Art Estimated at $160
                                                                     Million," New York Times 9 November (1966) p.41.

                     Collections Management                          Anon., "American Scholars and Technicians form Committee to
                                                                     Rescue Italian Art, Damage to Art and Books Discussed," New
                                                                     York Times 10 November (1966) p.12.
S. Knell, Editor, Care of Collections, Routledge, New York (1994)
xiii, 282pp.                                                         Anon., "Relief Operations Described," New York Times 11
                                                                     November (1966) p.17.
M.C. Malaro, "Collections Management Policies," Museum News
58 No.2, 57-61 November/December (1979).                             Anon., "Editorial on Saving Damaged Art," New York Times 11
                                                                     November (1966) p.42.
M.C. Malaro, A Legal Primer on Managing Museum Collections,
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. (1985)               Anon., "Premier Moro Reports to Senate: 5-yr. $3 to $3.5 Billion
xiii+351pp.                                                          River Control Plan Under Debate (More Protection Necessary but
                                                                     Limited Resources), Art Critic Asks Artists of World to Donate 1
D.R. Porter, "Developing a Collections Management Manual,"           Work Each for Auction to Restore Art," New York Times 12
Technical Report 7, American Association for State and Local         November (1966) p.13.
History, Nashville (1986).
                                                                     Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art to Assess Damage," New
L.V. Prott and P. J. O'Keefe, Law and the Cultural Heritage,         York Times 13 November (1966) p.1.
Professional Books, Abingdon, UK (1984) 5 volumes.
                                                                     Anon., "Review of Damage," New York Times 13 November
A.R. de Torres, Editor, Collections Care: a Basic Reference          (1966) p. IV-2.
Shelflist, National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural
Property, Washington, D.C. (1990) 183pp.                             Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Reports Damage in
                                                                     Florence, Venice and Rome: Damaged Works Listed," New York
                                                                     Times 15 November (1966) p.3.
                         Cultural Tourism
                                                                     Anon., "Florentine Mayor Bargellini Begins New Appeal for Aid
                                                                     to Save Art Works, American Committee to Restore Italian Art
B.B. McCarthy, Cultural Tourism: How the Arts Can Help Market        Seeks $2.5 Million," New York Times 16 November (1966) p.20.
Tourism Products, How Tourism Can Help Provide Markets for
The Arts, B.B. McCarthy, Portland, OR (1992) ix + 199pp.             Anon., "Italian Art and Archives Restoration Committee Opens,"
                                                                     New York Times 18 November (1966) p.15.

       Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Florence Flood           Anon., "Ravaged Realm of Art: Florence," Life 121-126 18
                                                                     November (1966).

S. Alexander, "Florence, After the Deluge," Reporter 35 39-41 15     Anon., "Royal Fury," Time 42 18 November (1966).
December (1966).
                                                                     Anon., "Fine Arts Official Holds Damage to Florentine Art not as
Anon., "Anche le stagioni di santa trinita hanno vinto la furia      Serious as Believed," New York Times 19 November (1966) p.15.
dell'alluvione," L'informatore del marmista 25 No.300 46 (1986).
                                                                     Anon., "Disaster in Italy: Damage Done by Flood to Art,"
Anon., "International Campaign for Florence and Venice:              Newsweek 110-111 21 November (1966).
Symposium," UNESCO Courier 20 4-39 (1967).
                                                                     Anon., "Rains Came," Newsweek 71 21 November (1966).
Anon., "Storie di San Nicola e busti di santi," Opd Restauro 3
112-116 (1988).                                                      Anon., "Operation Book Rescue Formed in U.S. to Aid Damaged
                                                                     Archives and Libraries in Florence," New York Times 23
Anon., "Storms Lash Italy; Florence Flooded; Death Toll is at 27,"   November (1966) p.63.
New York Times 5 November (1966).


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Anon., R. Burton Narrates on TV Film Appealing for Funds," New     Anon., "Government Estimates Flood Damage Can be Absorbed
York Times 24 November (1966) p.22.                                (Sorry for Pun) within 2-3 Years without Strain on Economy,"
                                                                   New York Times 16 January (1967) p.34.
Anon., "Editorial on Worldwide Sense of Loss," New York Times
24 November (1966) p.34.                                           Anon., "Picasso Donates Painting for Sale in Committee to
                                                                   Restore Italian Art at Auction," New York Times 21 January
Anon., "Italy Counts the Cost of its Deluge: Damage Widespread,"   (1967) p.63.
Business Week 26 November (1966) pp.50-52.
                                                                   Anon., "Committee Grants $60,000 for Restoration of Church of
Anon., "U.S. Expert Says 4 Damaged Frescoes (Florence) in Good     Sta. Croce; Group Considering Formation of International
Condition," New York Times 26 November (1966) p.23.                Emergence Center for Restoration of Florentine Libraries," New
                                                                   York Times 27 January (1967) p.91.
Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Appeals for Funds," New
York Times 28 November (1966) p.47.                                Anon., "Works of over 100 Artists to be Auctioned in Briarcliff,
                                                                   N.Y. to Aid Committee to Restore Italian Art," New York Times 4
Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Gives $80,000 to          February (1967) p.54.
Restore 20 Frescoes in Florence, Has Already Given $20,000,"
New York Times 1 December (1966) p.18.                             Anon., "Movie on Florence Damage Available," New York Times
                                                                   18 February (1967) p.19.
Anon., "Mayor Bargellini Collapses from Exhaustion, Damage to
Art Listed, New Flood Dangers," New York Times 3 December          Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Allocates $275,000 for
(1966) p.26.                                                       Restoration of 75 Paintings," New York Times 19 February (1967)
                                                                   p.25.
Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Seeks Funds," New York
Times IV-4 4 December (1966).                                      Anon., "Article on Florence's Spectacular Recovery," New York
                                                                   Times 8 March (1967) p.14.
Anon., "J. Canaday Describes Florentine Art Damage and
Restoration Efforts," New York Times 5 December (1966) p.57.       Anon., "Restoration of Florentine Art and Library Treasures to Go
                                                                   on for at Least a Decade," New York Times 12 March (1967)
Anon., "Ruin in Flood's Wake: Treasures of Florence," US News      p.80.
34 5 December (1966).
                                                                   Anon., "Recovery of Florence Rescue Work and Art Restoration
Anon., "Film Preview Set, NYC, to Raise Funds for Flood Relief,"   Revealed," New York Times 23 April (1967) pp.34-35.
New York Times 6 December (1966) p.55.
                                                                   Anon., "Removal of Damaged Frescoes Reveals hitherto Unknown
Anon., "Committee Formed (U.S.) Presided over by Sen. Pell and     Drawings," New York Times 14 May (1967) p.86.
Bargellini to Coordinate Work of Relief Organizations," New
York Times 6 December (1966) p.55.                                 Anon., "Painting Restoration Described, Job May Take 20 Years,
                                                                   Study of Extent of Damage Detailed," New York Times 9 August
Anon., "300 Flood Damaged Wood Panels," New York Times 7           (1967) p.42.
December (1966) p.31.
                                                                   Anon., "Art Restorers Uncover Gold Leaf on Donatello Statue,"
Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Gives Funds for           New York Times 24 October (1967) p.51.
Research on Treating Damaged Works of Art and Books of
Florence and Sends Conservators, Has Raised $150,000 so far,"      Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Reports a 13th-Century
New York Times 20                                                  Sta. Croce Church Unearthed in Present Basilica, $2 Million in
December (1966) p.26.                                              Restoration Effort Donated by Florence, $4 Million by U.S.,
                                                                   Danger to Art in Venice Underestimated," New York Times 4
Anon., "Florence Art Galleries and Museums (Except. Sta. Croce)    November (1967) p.35.
Reopen," New York Times 22 December (1966) p.8.
                                                                   Anon., "UNESCO Starts Campaigns to Raise $10 Million in Next
Anon., "Aftermath: Damage to Florence's Renowned Art and           5 Years to Help Florence and Venice Save Flood Damaged
Bibliographic Riches," Wilson Library Bulletin 4 463-464 January   Cultural Treasure, Conference of Art Conservators Held in
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                                                                   p.133.
Anon., "Committee to Restore Italian Art Has Raised $400,000 of
$2.5 Million Contribution so far by Americans to Aid in Flood      G. Batini, L'Arno in museo: gallerie, monument, chiese,
Restoration; Damage to Florence Frescoes Noted," New York          biblioteche, archive e capolavori danneggiati dall'alluvione,
Times 1 January (1967) p.10.                                       Bonechi, Florence (1967) 158pp.

Anon., "Pope Paul VI and U.N. Secretary Thant Sign 400 Copies      G. Botta, "Fino a che punto si puo parlare di catastrofi naturali,"
of $350 Book that Will be Sold to Raise Funds to Restore Art,"     Italia Nostra 229 22-27 (1984).
New York Times 5 January (1967) p.12.


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W. Boustead, "The Anatomy of a Book, or the Restoration of a        S. Ogden, "The Impact of the Florence Flood on Library
Flood Damaged 19th Century Illustrated Book," ICCM Bulletin 2       Conservation in the United States of America, a Study of the
No.1 30-35 (1976).                                                  Literature Published 1956-1976," Restaurator 3 No.s 1-2 1-36
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6 November (1966).                                                  Giunta regionale, Florence, (1980) 7pp.

R. Feist, "Before and After the Deluge," America 116 151-153        A. Paolucci, Il Laboratorio del restauro a Firenze, Istituto Bancario
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A. Gambetta, E. Orlandi, "Fungal Species on Wooden Artistic         J. Reddy, "Up from the Mud, A Second Renaissance for Florence,"
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C. Horton, "Saving the Libraries of Florence, Committee to
Restore Italian Art," Wilson Library Bulletin 41 1034-1043                     Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Hurricane Hugo
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D. Jakobs, "Restaurierung und Zeitgeschmack - der Kruzifixus        E.J. Baker, Evacuation Decision Making and Public Response in
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N. Kent, "Florence: A Disaster Area," American Artist 31 No.3       D.E. Carter, Portraits of Historic St. Croix before and after
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Libraries," PACT 12 283-294 (1985).                                 Charleston, SC M.A. Thesis, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
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Office, Division of Intergovernmental Relations, The Company,
Columbia, SC (1991) 1 Volume.                                                        Disaster Preparedness: Earthquakes

E. Mittler, The Public Policy Response to Hurricane Hugo in
South Carolina, Natural Hazards Research and Applications             S.T. Algermissen, An Introduction to the Seismicity of the United
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Colorado, Boulder, Colorado (1993) vii+68pp.                          (1983) 148 pp.

S. Mullins and J. Burbage, And Hugo Was His Name: Hurricane           Anon., "Post-quake Mexico City Scrambles to Rescue Heritage,"
Hugo, A Diary of Destruction: September 21, 1989, News and            Preservation News April (1987).
Courier, Charleston, S.C. (1989) 64pp.
                                                                      S. Blakeslee, "Predicting the Big Ones: Techniques Improve,"
S.M. Rogers, Foundations and Breakaway Walls of Small Coastal         New York Times 7 November (1989).
Buildings in Hurricane Hugo, Natural Hazards Research and
Applications Information Center, University of Colorado, Boulder,     J.A. Blume, "The Mitigation and Prevention of Earthquake
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                                                                      Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
C.B. Rubin, Disaster Recovery After Hurricane Hugo in South           Butterworths, London (1986) pp.197-210.
Carolina, Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information
Center, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado,      P.E. Borchers, "Applying Photogrammetry to the Protection of
Boulder, Colorado (1990) vii+92pp.                                    Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from Earthquakes
                                                                      and Other Disasters," In Protecting Architecture and Museum
B.L. Sill and P.R. Sparks, Editors, Hurricane Hugo One Year           Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
Later: Proceedings of a Symposium and Public Forum Held in            Butterworths, London (1986) pp.251-266.
Charleston, South Carolina, September 13-15, 1990, The
American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY (1991)              W. Brown Morton, "On Earth as It Is: Recent Losses of Historic
293pp.                                                                Structures from Earthquakes and Natural Disasters," In Protecting
                                                                      Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural
United States Congress House Committee on Agriculture,                Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, London (1986) pp.39-
Subcommmittee on Forests, Family Farms, and Energy, Effects of        48.
Hurricane Hugo on Forest Resources, U.S. G.P.O., Washington,
D.C. (1990) iv+213pp.                                                 E. Elsesser, "Assessing the Seismic Vulnerability of Museums and
                                                                      Historic Structures," In Protecting Historic Architecture and
United States Congress House Committee on Public Works and            Museum Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
Transportation, Hurricane Hugo Emergency Relief Act, U.S.             Butterworths, London (1986) pp.131-166.
G.P.O., Washington, D.C. (1989) 5pp.
                                                                      B.M. Feilden, Between Two Earthquakes: Cultural Property in
                                                                      Seismic Zones, ICCROM and the Getty Conservation Institute,
       Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: La Fenice Fire            Rome and Marina del Rey, California (1987) 103pp.

                                                                      R. Hensley, "Safeguarding Museum Collections from the Effects
Anon., "Teatro La Fenice, simbolo del progetto: Presentati dalle 54   of Earthquakes," Curator 30 No.3 199-205 (1987).
scuole partecipanti i piani di lavoro" Il Gazzettino 8 February
(1996).                                                               B.G. Jones, Editor, Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
                                                                      Collections from Natural Disasters, Section 1: Destruction of the
G. Cecchetti, Cacciari non informò sui rischi" La Repubblica 25       Cultural Heritage by Earthquakes and Other Natural Disasters,
February (1996).                                                      Butterworths, London (1986) 1-68.

J. Tagliabue, "Investigators Say Arson Was Likely in Venice           H. Kamm, “An Earthquake in Burma Ravages Ancient Shrines,”
Opera House Fire" New York Times 27 June (1996).                      New York Times 24 July (1975).

G. Wills, "Will Venice's La Fenice Opera House Rise Again?"           P. Nichols, "Earthquake Dealt Serious Blow to Italy's Cultural
Preservation September/October (1996) pp. 44-51.                      Heritage," The Times December 11 (1980) p.6D.

                                                                      H.L. Oram, "Mobilization of Private Philanthropy in Responding
    Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Windsor Castle Fire          to Damages Resulting from Earthquakes and Other Natural
                                                                      Disasters," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
                                                                      Collections from Natural Disasters, B.G. Jones, Editor,
R.W. Stevenson, "Big Fire in Windsor Castle Raises Fear About         Butterworths, London (1986) pp.459-462.
Artwork" New York Times 21 November (1992) pp. 1,6.
                                                                      B. Rabin and C.S. Silver, "Emergency Conservation of
R.W. Stevenson, "Most Art Safe in Windsor Castle Fire" New            Earthquake-Damaged Objects of Polychromed Wood in Friuli,
York Times 22 November (1992).                                        Italy," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum Collections


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from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, London     P. Taubman, "Library Lost 400,000 Books in Soviet Fire," New
(1986) pp.347-368.                                                   York Times 1 April (1988).

C.B. Rubin, Earthquake Mitigation: A Bibliography, NHRAIC,           P. Waters, "Phased Conservation Processing Steps for 200,000
Boulder, CO (1992) iv+ 60pp.                                         Damaged Bar Collection Volumes at the U.S.S.R. Library of the
                                                                     Academy of Sciences, Leningrad," Library of Congress typescript
P.M. Schwartzbaum, R. Mola, and C.S. Silver, "Lessons to be          (1990).
Learned from Friuli," In Protection Historic Architecture and
Museum Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
Butterworths, London (1986) pp.49-62.                                          Disaster Preparedness: Floods and Hurricanes

J.A. Shelton and L.D. Guthrie, Seismic Safety Standards for
Library Shelving: Manual of Recommended Practices California         Anon., "Motorized Vacuum Tank Dries Cheyenne's Flood-
State Library Foundation, Sacramento (1990) 45pp.                    Damage Records," New York Times 25 August (1985).

D.B. Ward, "Roles of State and Local Governments in Applying         Anon., "Flooding Damaged Record of Region's Past," National
Earthquake Safety Measures and Providing Post Event Assistance       Geographic January (1994).
to Historic Architecture and to Museums," In Protecting Historic
Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,          M.E. Ding, "Damage at the Corning Museum of Glass,"
Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, London (1986) pp.441-458.          Archaeology 26 No.1 58-59 (1973).

H. Washikuza, "Protection against Earthquakes in Japan,"             J.R. Eagleman, Severe and Unusual Weather, Second Edition,
Museum 37 No.136 119-122 (1985).                                     Trimedia Publishing, Lenexa, KS (1990). 394 pp.

D.C. Weber, Library Buildings and the Loma Prieta Earthquake         D.J. Fischer and T.W. Duncan, "Conservation Research: Flood-
Experience of October 1989 California State Library Foundation,      Damaged Library Materials," Bulletin of the American Institute for
Sacramento (1990) 66pp.                                              Conservation 15 No.2 27-48 (1975).

                                                                     D. Goist, "Treatment of a Flood-Damaged Oil Painting," Journal
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                                                                     February (1977).

G. Adam, "A $69.3 Million Claim?" ARTnews 91 No. 22                  N.H. Holmes, Jr., "Wind and Water Damage to Historic
February (1992).                                                     Structures," Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
                                                                     Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
D. Alsford, "Fire Safety in Museums," Muse 2 No.2 18-23,             Butterworths, London (1986) pp.321-342.
Summer (1984).
                                                                     L. Ledbetter, "Flood-soaked Books Frozen to Ward off Mold,"
P. Belluck, “Barn Door Reopened on Fire After Legend Has             New York Times July 5 (1972), p.45.
Escaped,” New York Times 17 August (1997).
                                                                     J.H. Martin, Editor, The Corning Flood: Museum Under Water,
H. Faber, "3 Years After Fire, Most of Roosevelt Home is             Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York (1977) xi+60pp.
Reopened," New York Times 2 June (1985).
                                                                     D.F. Mathieson, "Hurricane Preparedness: Establishing Workable
B.M. Feilden, Between Two Earthquakes: Cultural Property in          Policies for Dealing with Storm Threats," Technology and
Seismic Zones, ICCROM and the Getty Conservation Institute,          Conservation 8 No.2 28-29 (1983).
Rome and Marina del Rey, California (1987) Appendix 1: Fire
Protection of Historic Buildings, pp.55-60.                          J.L. Monday, Learning from Hurricane Hugo: Implications for
                                                                     Public Policy, (1992). 53pp.
M. M. Hirschler, Editor, Fire Hazard and Fire Risk Assessment
ASTM, Philadelphia (1992). 254 pp.                                   M. Quint, "A Year After Hurricane Andrew Insurers Maneuver to
                                                                     Lower Risk," New York Times 28 December (1993) p.1.
K. Johnston, "Basic Fire Protection and Prevention," Dawson and
Hind 12 No.1 21-27 Spring (1984).                                    I.R. Tannehill, Hurricanes: Their Nature and History, Particularly
                                                                     those of the West Indies and the Southern Coasts of the United
I. Moor and A. Moor, "Fire and Flood: Criteria for the Recovery of   States, 9th Edition, Princeton University Press, Princeton (1956)
Photographic Materials," Recent Advances in the Conservation         x+308pp.
and Analysis of Artifacts, Jubilee Conservation Conference
Papers, Summer Schools Press, University of London, London           See Also: Disaster Preparedness: Case Studies: Florence Flood
(1987).

F. Protzman, "Up in Smoke," [Düsseldorf] ARTnews 92 No. 10 48                          Disaster Preparedness: General
December (1993).


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Anon., "Florence Starts Safety Measures for Monuments," New            B.G. Jones, "Assessing Dangers," In Protecting Historic
York Times 19 September (1993).                                        Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
                                                                       Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.91-118.
Anon., “Disaster Planning Course,” J. Paul Getty Trust Bulletin 7
No. 2 (1992).                                                          B.G. Jones, "Confronting Emergencies," In Protecting Historic
                                                                       Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
N.S. Baer and J.S. Siena, "Disaster Planning Initiatives," IJMMAC      Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.287-296.
8 No.1 105-110 (1989).
                                                                       B.G. Jones, "Experiencing Loss," In Protecting Historic
Canadian Museums Association, Professional Development and             Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
Standards Committee, Security Special Interest Group, How to           Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.3-14.
Write Your Museum's Emergency Plan: A Reference Guide,
Ottawa, Canadian Museums Association (1986).                           B.G. Jones, "Facing Disasters," In Protecting Historic Architecture
                                                                       and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G.
O. Caprana, "The Conservation of Wooden Objects, Particularly in       Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.71-78.
Florence," New York Conference on Conservation of Stone and
Wooden Objects, June 3-7, 1970, (1970) pp.97-114.                      B.G. Jones, "Preventing Damage," In Protecting Historic
                                                                       Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
O.A. Clark and J.I. Fry, "Disaster Preparedness in New Zealand,"       Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.177-188.
Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material Bulletin 8 No.1-
2 59-72 (1982).                                                        B.G. Jones, "Seeking Assistance," In Protecting Historic
                                                                       Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
H. Daifuku, "International Programs for the Rescue of Cultural         Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.393-406.
Property," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,                B.G. Jones, Editor, Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.407-428.                                Collections from Natural Disasters, Boston, Butterworths (1986);
                                                                       with Bibliography, 560pp.
D. del Cid, "Emergency Protection to Damaged Structures," In
Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from           W.J. Karplus, The Heavens Are Falling: The Scientific Prediction
Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986)     of Catastrophes in Our Time, Plenum, New York, (1992)
pp.297-320.                                                            xviii+320pp.

B.M. Feilden, "Protection of Our Cultural Heritage Against             R.W. Krimm, "Federal Response Measures to Natural Disasters,"
Natural Disasters," In Protecting Historic Architecture and            In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum Collections from
Museum Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,         Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986)
Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.15-38.                                  pp.429-440.

L.N. FitzSimons, "Multi-Hazard Assessment of Localties and             L.J. Majewski, "Preparedness for Natural Disasters for Monuments
Sites," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum                 and Artifacts," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum
Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,                Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,
Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.119-130.                                Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.343-346.

R.R. Garvey, Jr. and P.H. Smith, "Disaster Preparedness and            S.K. Majumdar, G.S. Forbes, E.W. Miller and R.F. Schmalz,
Response Policy," In Protecting Historic Architecture and Museum       Editors, Natural and Technological Disasters: Causes, Effects and
Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,                Preventive Measures, Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences
Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.79-86.                                  Publication No. 16 (1992). 561pp.

M. Green, "Reducing Vulnerability," In Protecting Architecture         L. Marinelli, “Lava Destroys One of the Oldest Hawaiian
and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G.            Temples,” The Saratogian 13 August (1997).
Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.189-196.
                                                                       D.R. Morton, A Selected, Annotated Bibliography of Recent
J.E. Hunter, Emergency Preparedness for Museums, Historic Sites        Natural Hazards Publications, Natural Hazards Research and
and Archives: An Annotated Bibliography, American Association          Applications Information Center, University of Colorado, Boulder
for State and Local History, Lincoln, TN (1981) 12pp.                  (1988).

J.E. Hunter, "Museum Disaster Preparedness Planning," In               National Research Council, A Safer Future: Reducing the Impacts
Protecting Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural            of Natural Disasters, National Academy Press Washington DC,
Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986)             (1991) vii + 67pp.
pp.211-230.
                                                                       Nova, "In the Path of a Killer Volcano," WGBH, Films for the
International Federation of the Red Cross, World Disasters Report      Humanities (1993). (videotape).
Oxford University Press, Oxford (1996) 178pp.
                                                                       J.C. Poppeliers, "The Use and History of Traditional Recording
                                                                       Techniques for the Documentation of Sites and Monuments in

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Disaster-Prone Areas," In Protecting Architecture and Museum          A. Manguel, “Our First Words, Written in Clay, in and
Collections from Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones,               Accountant‟s Hand,” New York Times 20 April (2003).
Butterworths, Boston (1986) pp.231-250.
                                                                      A. Riding, “Art Experts Mobilize Team To Recover Stolen
R.W. Rose and S.G. Westendorf, "Multi-Hazard Ratings of               Treasure and Salvage Iraqi Museums,” New York Times 18 April
Counties by States for the United States," In Protecting Historic     (2003).
Architecture and Museum Collections from Natural Disasters,
Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986) Appendix A,           A. Riding, “Loss Estimates Are Cut on Iraqi Artifacts,” New York
pp.475-530.                                                           Times 1 May (2003).

A. Russell and M. O'Connell, "A Regional Approach to Disaster         S. Schwartz, “Selective Outrage: Baghdad‟s Losses Far Less Than
Coping," Protecting Architecture and Museum Collections from          Balkan Muslim‟s,” New York Post 20 April (2003) p.23.
Natural Disasters, Editor, B.G. Jones, Butterworths, Boston (1986)
pp.369-382.                                                           W.J. vanden Heuvel, “A Job for Unesco,” The New York Times
                                                                      17 April (2003) Op Ed.
T. Solley, J. Williams, and L. Baden, Planning for Emergencies: A
Guide for Museums, Association of Art Museums Directors,
Washington, D.C. (1987) 75pp.                                                   Exhibition Design and Traveling Exhibitions

M.S. Upton and C. Pearson, Disaster Planning and Emergency
Treatments in Museums, Art Galleries, Libraries, Archives and         American Foundation for the Blind (New York) and the Museum
Allied Institutions, The Institute for the Conservation of Cultural   of American Folk Art (New York), Access to Art: A Museum
Material, Canberra (1978) 54pp.                                       Directory for Blind and Visually Impaired People, I. Shore and B.
                                                                      Jacinto, Compilers, American Foundation for the Blind and the
P. Waters and R. McComb, "Disaster Recovery Flow Chart,"              Museum of American Folk Art, New York (1989) xiv + 129pp.
Library of Congress typescript (1988).
                                                                      Anon., "Pharaonic Queens Fly to Japan," The Egyptian Gazette 13
                                                                      January (1994).
                    Disaster Preparedness: War
                                                                      C.L. Baker, "Planning Exhibits: From Concept to Opening,"
                                                                      (Technical Leaflet Number 137), History News 36 No.4 (1981).
S. Crenshaw, "Hi-tech Jigsaw Raises Dresden Church from
Ruins," The Independent 16 October (1993).                            R.L. Barclay, Editor, Anatomy of an Exhibition: The Look of
                                                                      Music, Ottawa, International Institute for Conservation - Canadian
S. Erlanger, "Come to the Land of Angkor, War and Profiteers,"        Group (1983) 149pp.
New York Times 23 April (1990).
                                                                      W.A. Bauhof, "The Package Engineer in the Museum," Museum
J.M. Markham, "A February Firestorm That Dresden Can't                News 44 27-28 (1965).
Forget," New York Times 30 January (1985).
                                                                      M. Belcher, Exhibitions in Museums Smithsonian Institution
M. Walsh, "Rebirth in Dresden," Time 25 February (1985).              Press, Washington, DC (1992) 248pp.

See Also: Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: WW II              F.D. Bodie, "It's O.K. Bogey, Help Is on the Way: Planning Tools
                                                                      for Traveling Exhibition Production Teams," Muse 1 No.3 32-36,
                                                                      51 (1983).
                 Disaster Preparedness: War: Iraq
                                                                      E. Bogle, "What Does an Exhibit Designer Do?" History News 37
                                                                      No.6 24-26, December (1982).
J.F. Burns, “Pillagers Strip Iraqi Museum of Its Treasure,” New
York Times 13 April (2003).                                           P. Booth, T. Green and C. Leback Sitwell, "Moving Pictures,"
                                                                      IJMMAC 4 No.1 41-52 (1985).
B.R. Foster and K.P. Foster, “Missing in Action,” The New York
Times 17 April (2003) Op Ed.                                          G. Bowditch, "Constructing Modular Furniture for Exhibit Mock-
                                                                      Ups," (AASLH Technical Leaflet 69), History News 28 No.12,
A. Goodheart, “Missing: A Vase, a Book, a Bird, and 10,000            December (1973).
Years of History,” New York Times 20 April (2003).
                                                                      G. Bowditch, "Preparing Your Exhibits: Case Arrangement and
G. Gugliotta, “Pentagon was Told of Risk to Museums,”                 Design," (AASLH Technical Leaflet 65), History News 26 No.2,
Washington Post 14 April (2003) p. A19 [also:                         February (1971).
http://www.washingtonpost.com].
                                                                      M. Brawne, The Museum Interior: Temporary and Permanent
C. Lowenthal and S. Urice, “An Army for Art,” The New York            Display Techniques, New York, Architectural Book Publishing
Times 17 April (2003) Op Ed.                                          (1982).


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See Also: Stone Conservation (Part IX).                               Anon., "TV Gives Peek into Ship's Safe," USA Today 16 August
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     In-Situ Conservation: Architectural Monuments: Façadism          Anon., "Papuan Waters Attract Divers," New York Times 30
                                                                      September (1984).

C. Abbott, "The Façadism Fad: Is It Preservation?" Historic           Anon., "Hill Salvages Shipwreck Bill," Preservation News October
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Anon., "A Tower as Transition," New York Times 11 March               Anon., "Coins From Sea Might Solve a Pirate Mystery," New
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                                                                      York Times 7 May (1985).
              In-Situ Conservation: Underwater Sites


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Anon., "Investors to Share Treasure of Spanish Ship," New York       J. Hastings, “Ship‟s Safe Opens on Soggy Sea Mystery," New
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Anon., "Revalued Currency," New York Times 3 October (1985).         C.A. Hulse, "Troubled by Treasure Ad," Letter to the Editor,
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J. Tagliabue, "Art Thefts Soar in Eastern Europe," New York        K. Akinsha, "A Return of Hostages," ARTnews 91 No.9 58
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                                                                   February (1992).

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(1990).                                                           New York Times 19 July (1990).


   Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution: WWII: Amber Room      W.H. Honan, "Museum to Store Stolen Art," New York Times 27
                                                                  July (1990).

Anon., “An Amber Light on Wartime Loot,” New York Times 19        W.H. Honan, "New Demand Delays Quedlinburg Treasures Case,"
July (1997) Editorial.                                            New York Times 8 November (1990).

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Anon., “Germany Protests Russia‟s „War Booty‟ Law,” This Week     W.H. Honan, Treasure Hunt: A New York Times Reporter Tracks
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Anon., "T as in Treasure, Texas - and Theft," New York Times 20   Review 20 July (1997); T. Carpenter New York Times 21 August
July (1990), Editorial.                                           (1997) p. C18.

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R. Cembalest and G. Henry-Künzel, "War Loot Reemerges,"           C. Lowenthal, "The Quedlinburg Embarrassment," ARTnews 91
ARTnews 89 No. 7 69 September (1990).                             No. 6 158 Summer (1992).

G. Collins, "New Hopes of Finding Lost and Looted Art," New       K. Maurice, "Sorge Tragen," Der Spiegel No.8 12 (1991) (Letter).
York Times C11 20 June (1990).
                                                                  See Also: Legal Issues: Art Theft and Restitution
D. D‟Arcy, “War Loot Funded Quedlinburg GI‟s Double
Lifestyle,” Art Newspaper March (1996) p. 3.
                                                                               Legal Issues: Artists' Rights: Tilted Arc
G. Glueck, "Significance of the Works That Vanished from Mine,"
New York Times 15 June (1990).
                                                                  G. Apgar, "Public Art and the Remaking of Barcelona," Art in
W.H. Honan, "Germans Send Lawyers to Texas for Stolen Art,"       America 79 108-120 February (1991).
New York Times 15 June (1990).
                                                                  Anon., "Intrusive Arc," New York Times 31 May (1985) Editorial.
W.H. Honan, "Second Missing Manuscript Turns Up in German
Hands," New York Times 16 June (1990).                            Anon., "Jilted Arc," Art in America 73 240 April (1985).

W.H. Honan, "Bank in Texas Admits It Has Missing German Art       A. Berman, "Public Sculpture's New Look," Art News 90 102-109
Treasures," New York Times 19 June (1990).                        September (1991).

W.H. Honan, "Judge Refuses to Order Silence in Art Case," New     E. Blau, "Tilted Arc Dispute Brings New Procedures by U.S. for
York Times 21 June (1990).                                        Buying Public Art," New York Times 13 October (1985).

W.H. Honan, "Church Lawyers Say Stolen Art was Moved," New        M. Brenson, "The Messy Saga of `Tilted Arc' Is Far From Over,"
York Times 24 June (1990).                                        New York Times 2 April (1989).

W.H. Honan, "Stolen Treasure: Three Stories," New York Times      R.T. Buck, "Applying the Test of Time to Public Sculpture," New
30 June (1990).                                                   York Times 6 July (1985) Letter.

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                                                                    Serra v. United States General Services Administration 667 F.2d
M. Buskirk, "Moral Rights: First Step or False Start," Art in       1042 (2d. Cir. 1987).
America 79 37-45 July (1991).
                                                                    Serra v. United States General Services Administration 847
R. Cembalest, "Going, Going, Gone," Art News 88 50-51Summer         F.Supp. 1045 (S.D.N.Y.1988).
(1989) 50-51.
                                                                    R. Storr, "`Tilted Arc': Enemy of the People?," Art in America 73
A.C. Chave, "Minimalism and the Rhetoric of Power," Arts            92-97 September (1985).
Magazine 64 44-63 January (1990).
                                                                    D. Waterman, "`Stacks' of Complaints," Art News 88 53-56
R. Deutsche, "Uneven Development: Public Art in New York            October (1989).
City," October 47 3-52 Winter (1988).
                                                                    C. Weyergraf-Serra and M. Buskirk, Editors, The Destruction of
D.W. Dunlap, "Artist Abandons Fight to Bar Uprooting of Plaza       "Tilted Arc": Documents, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press (1991)
Sculpture" New York Times 16 March (1989).                          xi+287pp.

D.W. Dunlap, "Moving Day Arrives for Disputed Sculpture" New        Note: MoMA has in its library a complete dossier of all
York Times 11 March (1989).                                         documents pertaining to the controversy surrounding Tilted Arc.
                                                                    Among its contents are clippings from newspapers and journals, a
H. George, "Not Publicity, Notoriety or Even Site Makes a           record of the lawsuits, a description of the original contract
Sculpture Great," New York Times 20 June (1985) Letter.             between GSA and Serra, and an account of the public hearing.

G. Harrow, "Public Sculpture Is Symbolic First and Pleasurable
Only Second," New York Times 15 May (1985) Letter.                              Legal Issues: Auction Houses and Dealers

R. Hughes, "The Trials of Tilted Arc," Time 78 3 June (1985).
                                                                    M.W. Browne, "Fossil Belongs Not Just to the Ages But to the
S. Jordan, L. Parr, R. Porter, and G. Storey, Editors, Public Art   U.S., a Judge Rules," New York Times 5 February (1993).
Public Controversy: The Tilted Arc on Trial, New York, American
Council for the Arts (1987) x+198pp.                                R. Fry, "The Treasure Trail Ends Here," The Art Newspaper
                                                                    No.13, 13 December (1991).
R. Lacayo, "The 'Moral Rights' of Artists," Time 59 14 March
(1988).                                                             W.H. Honan, "Greece Sues Gallery for Return of Mycenaean
                                                                    Jewelry," New York Times 26 May (1993).
A.S. Lane, "Public Art vs. Public Sentiment," New York Times 13
July (1985).                                                        V. Karageorghis, "The Trade in Cypriot Antiquities in London,"
                                                                    Cultural Property 1 No. 2 331-332 (1992).
D.C. McGill, "Federal Judge Rules on Arc," New York Times 2
June (1988).                                                        C. Maurice and R. Turnor, "The Export Licensing Rules in the
                                                                    United Kingdom and the Waverly Criteria," Cultural Property 1
D.C. McGill, "Tilted Arc Removal Draws Mixed Reaction," New         No. 2 273-295 (1992).
York Times 6 June (1985).
                                                                    G.P. Nuding, "See No Evil, Hear No Evil...'We Are Not
P. Phillips, "Forum: Something There Is That Doesn't Love a         Policemen,' Says Tim Llewellyn of Sotheby's," The Art Newspaper
Wall," Art Forum 23 100-101 Summer (1985).                          No.15 February (1992).

L.L. Pinto, "Conversazione Con Richard Serra A Milano," Domus
662 76-77 June (1985).                                                  Legal Issues: Auction Houses and Dealers: Sevso Treasure

T.S, Purdum, "Sculpture's Move Delayed By Judge" New York
Times 12 March (1989).                                              R. Lay, "Marquess Hails £50m Silver Hoard Victory," Evening
                                                                    Standard 5 5 November (1993).
D. Slovic, "Public Art's Responsibility, Interiors 19, 46, 156
February (1986).                                                    B. Macintyre, "Peer Celebrates Sevso Ruling," The Times 6
                                                                    November (1993).
H. Senie, "Richard Serra's `Tilted Arc': Art and Non-Art Issues,"
Art Journal 48 298-303 Winter (1989).                               G. Norman and D. Keys, "Sale of Roman Treasure Could Fetch
                                                                    100m pounds sterling," Independent 9 February (1990).
R. Serra, "`Tilted Arc' Destroyed," Art in America 77 35-47 May
(1989).                                                             G. Norman and D. Keys, "Roman Silver May be Part of a Larger
                                                                    Hoard," Independent 7 March (1990).
R. Serra, "The Yale Lecture, January 1990," Kunst en Museum 1
23-33 (1990).                                                       R. Reif, "Ancient Roman Silver To Be Sold," New York Times 10
                                                                    February (1990).

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R. Reif, "Roman Silver Fit for the Baths," New York Times 18        Anon., "Cincinnati Museum Shut Over Mapplethorpe Show," New
February (1990).                                                    York Times 8 April (1990).

S. Vincent and G. Norman, "Witness in £40m Treasure Trial           B. Gamarekian, "Arts Aide Backs Cincinnati Museum," New York
Accused of Lying," The Independent 25 October (1993).               Times 30 March (1990).

                                                                    B. Gamarekian, "Show Closing Demanded at Washington
            Legal Issues: Authenticity and Provenance               Museum,"New York Times 13 July (1991).

                                                                    W.H. Harris, “The N.E.A. Four: Life After Symbolhood,” New
Anon., “A „Rembrandt‟ Isn‟t, Experts Say,” New York Times 19        York Times 5 June (1994) Section 2 p. 1.
November (1985). p. C21.
                                                                    M. Kimmelman, "Peering Into Peepholes And Finding Politics,"
Anon., "The $50M Question Being Asked Over 'Lost                    New York Times 21 July (1991).
Michelangelo,'" Independent 15 December (1988).
                                                                    N. Lewis, "Court's Test for Obscenity," New York Times 8 April
A. Bailey, "A Young Man on Horseback," New Yorker 45ff. 5           (1990).
March (1990).

The J. Paul Getty Museum and the Nicholas P. Goulandris                           Legal Issues: Censorship: “Sensation”
Foundation, Museum of Cycladic Art, The Getty Kouros
Colloquium Kapon Editions, Greece (1993) 67pp.
                                                                    D. Barry and C. Vogel, “Giuliani Vows To Cut Subsidy Over
R. Hughes, "Brilliant But Not for Real," Time 7 118-119 May         “Sick” Art,” New York Times 23 September (1999).
(1990).
                                                                    D. Barstow, “seeking Buzz, Museum Chief Hears a Roar Instead,”
R. Hughes, "Really Rembrandt?" Time 25 May (1992) pp. 60-61.        New York Times 25 September (1999). p. B1.

M. Jones, Editor, Why Fakes Matter: Essays on Problems of           D. Barstow, “Brooklyn Museum Sues to Keep Mayor from
Authenticity, British Museum, London (1993) 198pp.                  Freezing Its Funds: No More Talks on Art That Some Find
                                                                    Offensive,” New York Times 29 September (1999). p. A1.
H. Kamm, "Two Found Sculptures May Be by Modigliani," New
York Times 26 July (1984).                                          M. Kimmelman, “Biggest Museums Took Their Time Joining
                                                                    Fight,” New York Times 29 September (1999). p. B5.
P.H. Karlen, "Fakes, Forgeries, and Expert Opinions," Journal of
Arts Management and Law 16 No.3 5-32, Fall (1986).                  M.O. Steinfels, “Artists Have Rights, and So Do Taxpayers,” New
                                                                    York Times 25 September (1999).
A. Kozinn, "Discovered Sonatas May be Faked Haydn," New York
Times C17 28 December (1993).
                                                                            Legal Issues: Native American Cultural Property
D. Lowenthal, "Counterfeit Art: Authentic Fakes?" Cultural
Property 1 No. 1 79-103 (1992).
                                                                    Anon., "New Repatriation Legislation," Museum Anthropology
J. Merryman, "Counterfeit Art," Cultural Property 1 No. 1 27-77     13/4 22 (1989).
(1992).
                                                                    Anon., "National Museum of the American Indian Policy
R. Smith, "An Eccentric With a Direct Line to the Soul," New        Statement on Native American Human Remains and Cultural
York Times 12 April (1990).                                         Materials," Museum Anthropology 15/2 25-28 (1991).

W. Steiner, "In London a Catalog of Fakes," New York Times 29       Anon., American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1978, p.L. 95-
April (1990).                                                       341.

C. Trillen, "Frenchie and the Persians," New Yorker 44ff. 29 June   Anon., Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979, p.L. 95-
(1987).                                                             96.

C. Vogel, "Authenticity Challenged," New York Times C17 17          Anon., American Association of Physical Anthropology, "On the
April (1992).                                                       Reburial of Human Skeletal Remains," American Journal of
                                                                    Physical Anthropology 59 230 April (1982).
See Also: Dating and Provenance, Part VII
                                                                    Anon., "Court Denies Claim to Items Found on Indian Burial
                                                                    Site," New York Times A15 15 December (1986).
                    Legal Issues: Censorship


25
Anon., National Museum of the American Indian Act, First           Anon., Native American Grave and Burial Protection Act,
Version: S.1772, 100th Congress, 1st Session (1987) Introduced     Enacted: Pub.L, No.101-601, 104 Stat. 3048 (1990).
by Senator Inouye on September 25, 1987; H.R.3480, 100th
Congress, 1st Session (1987) Introduced by Representative Udall    Anon., "Study of Indian Remains: Science or Sacrilege?" New
on October 13, 1987.                                               York Times 19 October (1990).

Anon., "Indians Seek Burial of Smithsonian Skeletons," New York    D. Abbot, "An Indian Viewpoint on the Subject of Desecration of
Times 8 December (1987) p. C33.                                    Sacred Burial Sites and the Questionable Need for Scientific Study
                                                                   of Indian Remains," Akwesasne Notes Spring (1986).
Anon., American Association of Museums, "AAM Policy
Regarding the Repatriation of Native American Ceremonial           R.M. Adams, "Smithsonian Horizons: We Have an Obligation to
Objects and Human Remains, 1988," International Journal of         Return the Indian Skeletal Remains in Our Collections to Tribal
Museum Management and Curatorship 7 310-312 (1988).                Descendants," Smithsonian 18/2 12 (1987).

Anon., National Museum of the American Indian Act, Second          R.M. Adams, "Smithsonian Horizons: Recent Discussions with
Version: H.R.5411, 100th Congress, 2nd Session (1988).             Indian Leaders Have Raised Question About Repatriation of
H.R.1124, 101st Congress, 1st Session (1989). S.978, 101st         Skeletal Remains and Sacred Objects," Smithsonian 18/8 12
Confress, 1st Session (1989) Introduced by Senator Inouye on May   (1987).
11, 1989.
                                                                   D. Anderson, "Reburial: Is It Reasonable?" Archaeology 38 48-51
Anon., National Museum of the American Indian Act, Third           (1985).
Version: H.R.2668, S.978, 101st Congress, 1st Session (1989)
Introduced by Senator Inouye on May 11, 1989. 101st Congress,      P. Bahn, "Do Not Disturb? Archaeology and the Rights of the
1st Session (1989) Introduced by Representative Campbell on        Dead?" Journal of Applied Philosophy 1/2 213-225 (1984).
June 15, 1989.
                                                                   C. Baker, "Indian Artifacts and the Museum: A Question of
Anon., National Museum of the American Indian Act, Enacted:        Ownership," History News 40/4 14-16 April (1985).
Pub.L, No.101-185, 103 Stat, 1336 (1989).
                                                                   J. Blair, "Indian Rights: Native American Versus American
Anon., Native American Grave and Burial Protection Act, First      Museums -A Battle for Artifacts," American Indian Law Review 7
Version: S.1021, 101st Congress, 1st Session (1989) Introduced     125-128 (1979).
by Senator McCain, H.R.1646, 101st Session (1989) Introduced
by Representative Udall.                                           W.G. Blair, "Hopi Priest Claims Mask at Pier Show Was Stolen,"
                                                                   New York Times 21 October (1989).
Anon., Native American Repatriation of Cultural Property Act,
S.1980, 101st Congress, 1st Session (1989) Introduced by Senator   T.H. Boyd, "Disputes Regarding the Possession of Native
McCain.                                                            American Religious and Cultural Objects and Human Remains: A
                                                                   Discussion of the Applicable Law and Proposed Legislation,"
Anon., "New Respect for the Indian Dead," Stanford Observer 1-2    Missouri Law Review 55 885-935 (1990).
June (1989).
                                                                   M.W. Browne, "As Deadlines Near, Scientists Seek Data From
Anon., "Stanford Agrees to Return Ancient Bones to Indians,"       Indian Bones," New York Times 25 September (1990).
New York Times 24 June (1989) p.1 A1.

Anon., "Major Accord Likely on Indian Remains," New York           J.E. Buikstra and C.C. Gordon, "The Study and Restudy of Human
Times 20 August (1989) p. A22.                                     and Skeletal Series: The Importance of Long-Term Curation," In
                                                                   Annals of the Academy of Sciences (1981) pp.376-389.
Anon., "A Sensible Compromise on Indian Bones," New York
Times 26 August (1989). Editorial.                                 O.E. Burcaw, "Museological View of the Repatriation of Museum
                                                                   Objects," Museum Studies Journal 1/1 8-11 (1983).
Anon., "Fight on Indian Remains Near End but Questions Linger
on the Effect," New York Times 18 September (1989).                R. Cembalest, "Native American Art: Pride and Prejudice," Art
                                                                   News 91 No. 2 86-91 (1991).
Anon., "Smithsonian Pact Final on Return of Indian Bones,"
Chronicles of Higher Education 3 20 September (1989).              F.X. Clines, “Smithsonian Making Room for Indian Museum,”
                                                                   New York Times 29 September (1999).
Anon., "House Approves a Bill for an Indian Museum," New York
Times 14 November (1989).                                          D. Cole, "Underground Potlatch: How the Kwakiutl Kept the
                                                                   Faith," Natural History 10 50-53 (1991).
Anon., Native American Grave and Burial Protection Act, Second
Version: H.R. 5237, 101st Congress, 2nd Session (1990)             M.B. Davis, "Interpreting Native American Art and Culture:
Introduced by Representative Udall.                                Transformations and Changes," Art Documentation Winter 183-
                                                                   186 (1990).


26
W. Echo-Hawk, "Museum Rights vs. Indian Rights: Guidelines for
Assessing Competing Legal Interests in Native Cultural                J.D. Nason, "Finders Keepers?" Museum News 20-26 March
Resources," New York University Review of Law and Social              (1973).
Change 14/2 437-453 (1986).
                                                                      J.E. Peterson II, "Dance of the Dead: A Legal Tango for Control of
B. Edwards, Letter re: “Indian Tribes‟ Creationists Thwart            Native American Skeletal Remains," American Indian Law
Archaeologists,” New York Times 26 October (1996).                    Review 15 115-150 (1990).

H. Faber, "New York Returning Wampum Belts to Onondagas,"             L.F. Pinkerton, "The Native American Graves Protection and
New York Times 13 August (1990) p. A1.                                Repatriation Act: An Introduction," Cultural Property 1 No. 2 297-
                                                                      305 (1992).
W. Fenton, "Return of Eleven Wampum Belts to the Six Nations
Iroquois Confederacy on Grand River, Canada," Ethnohistory 36/4       M.E. Price, "Hardly Indian History," New York Times 28
392-410 (1989).                                                       February (1985).

E.L. Ferguson and J.D. Nason, "Human Subject Rights and               R.L. Reeder, "Reburial: Science vs. Religion?" Missouri
Museum Research," Museum News 58/3 44-47 January/February             Archaeological Society Quarterly 2 7-9, 14-16 October/December
(1980).                                                               (1985).

C. Floyd, "Repatriation Blues," History News 40/4 6-12 April          R. Reif, "Buyer Vows to Return 3 Masks to Indians," New York
(1985).                                                               Times 22 May (1991).

A. Gamerman, "Lost and Found: The Saga of the Sacred Buffalo          L. Rosen, "The Excavation of American Indian Burial Sites: A
Hide," The Wall Street Journal A10 27 August (1991).                  Problem in Law and Professional Responsibility," American
                                                                      Anthropologist 82 5-27 (1980).
Grand Council of the Six Nations Confederacy, "Policy Statement
on Medicine Masks," Turtle Quarterly 2/3 3-5 Fall (1988).             E. Roth, "Success Stories: These Museums Are Among the Many
                                                                      That Shun Confrontation and Join With Native Americans to
R.L. Grimes, "Desecration of the Dead: An Inter-Religious             Establish Mutually Beneficial Relations," Museum News 41-45
Controversy," American Indian Quarterly 305-342 (1986).               January/February (1991).

J. Haas, "Policy in Practice: In Determining 'the Right Thing to      R. Sprague, "American Indians and American Archaeology,"
Do' About Repatriation of Items in Its Collections. Chicago's Field   American Antiquity 391 1-2 (1974).
Museum Built a Policy on the Twin Foundations of Trust and
Respect," Museum News 46-48 January/February (1991).                  D.B. Suagee, "American Indian Religious Freedom and Cultural
                                                                      Resources Management," American Indian Law Review 10 Winter
D.J. Harris, "Respect for the Living and Respect for the Dead:        (1983).
Return of Indian and Other Native American Burial Remains,"
Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 39 195-224 (1991).              K. Swisher, "Smithsonian to Surrender Indian Bones," Washington
                                                                      Post 12 September (1989).
G.P. Horse-Capture, "Survival of Culture," Museum News 49-51
January/February (1991).                                              S. Talbot, "Desecration and American Indian Religious Freedom,"
                                                                      Akwesasne Notes 20-22 Late Summer (1984).
P.S. Jessup, "Museum of American Indian Wants to Stay," (letter)
New York Times 16 March (1985) Letter.                                S. Talbot, "Desecration and American Indian Religious Freedom,"
                                                                      Akwesasne Notes 10-13 Fall (1984).
D. Johnson, "Indians Complain of Religious and Cultural Theft,"
New York Times 12 June (1993).                                        D.D. Thomas, "Indian Burial Rights Issues: Preservation or
                                                                      Desecration?" University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review
E. Johnson, "Professional Responsibility and the American             59/3 737-767 (1991).
Indian," American Antiquity 38/2 129-130 (1973).
                                                                      U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Keepers of the Treasures: Protecting
P.H. Lewis, "Indian Bones: Balancing Research Goals and Tribe's       Historical Properties and Cultural Traditions on Indian Lands: A
Rights," New York Times 20 May (1986).                                Report on Tribal Preservation Funding Needs Submitted to
                                                                      Congress by the National Park Service, United States Department
D.C. McGill, "Indian Museum Backs Plan for Move to Texas,"            of the Interior, National Park Service, Washington, DC (1990)
New York Times 23 February (1985).                                    vi+214pp.

C. Meighan, "Archaeology: Science or Sacrilege?" Ethics and           G. Vizenor, "Bones Courts: The Rights and Narrative
Values in Archaeology, E.L. Green, Editor, New York (1984)            Representation of Tribal Bones," American Indian Quarterly 319-
pp.208-223.                                                           331 (1986).

I. Molotsky, "Smithsonian to Give up Indian Remains," New York        J. Weaver, Letter re: “Indian Tribes‟ Creationists Thwart
Times 13 September (1989).                                            Archaeologists,” New York Times 26 October (1996).

27
                                                                    E. Gibson, "Two Proposals for the 90's," Studio International 199
S.J. Wolf and L. Mibach, "Ethical Considerations in the             4-11, September (1986).
Conservation of Native American Sacred Objects," Journal of the
American Institute for Conservation 23/1 1-6 Fall (1983).           B. Gill, "Optimistic Ziggurat," The New Yorker 63, 49-68 June 8
                                                                    (1987).

     Legal Issues: Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III         J. Giovannini, "Museum Piece," Artforum 25 2-5, May (1987).

                                                                    P. Goldberger, "A Daring and Sensitive Design," The New York
S. Hochfield, "A Breach of Contract" ARTNews May (1992) p.          Times, May 22 (1985).
40.
                                                                    P. Goldberger, "A Museum Exhibits a Splendid Lack of Glitz,"
                                                                    The New York Times, June 4 (1989).
             Museum Expansion: Brooklyn Museum
                                                                    P. Goldberger, "Sincerest Flattery or the Subtlest Form of
                                                                    Dishonor," The New York Times, September 24 (1989).
R. Smith, "A New Temple for Egyptian Art," New York Times 3
December (1993). p.C1.                                              P. Goldberger, "A Commission that has Itself Become a
                                                                    Landmark," The New York Times, April 15 (1990).

                  Museum Expansion: General                         H.H. Goldstone and M. Dalrymple, History Preserved, Simon and
                                                                    Schuster, New York (1974) 576pp.

Alberta Museums Association, Standard Practices Handbook for        W. Grimes, "Massachusetts Museum Idea Adjusted," New York
Museums, Editor, A.A. Davies, Alberta Museums Association,          Times 3 December (1993).
Edmonton, Alberta (1990) 330pp. Chapter 1: Administration,
pp.9-84.                                                            M. Kimmelman, "A New Arts Complex That's Hard on Art," The
                                                                    New York Times, 8 March (1990).
Anon., "Two Museums, Two Steps Forward," The New York
Times, June 4 (1987).                                               M. Kimmelman, "National Gallery Wing Set to Open in London,"
                                                                    New York Times 26 June (1991).
Anon., "Art Works That Shouldn't Be Compromised," The New
York Times, June 19 (1987).                                         M. Kimmelman, "More Louvre to Love, Ready or Not," New York
                                                                    Times 28 November (1993).
Anon., "Why Not Add to the Parthenon?" The New York Times,
October 15 (1987).                                                  K. Larson, "Heir Heads," New York 20 94ff. March 30 (1987).

Anon., "Museum Addition Approved," The New York Times,              K. Larson, "Starting Over," New York 23 81ff. March 19 (1990).
October 21 (1987).
                                                                    S. Lavin, "Interiors Viewpoint," Interiors 148 17-25, June (1989).
Anon., "Landmarks Hearing," The New York Times, October 22
(1989).                                                             D.C. McGill, "Museums Bringing a Mass of Art Out of Hiding,"
                                                                    The New York Times, 18 October (1987).
Anon., "In Praise of the Status Quo," The New York Times,
December 24 (1989).                                                 D.C. McGill, "Institutions' Expansion Plans Inch Abroad," The
                                                                    New York Times, 18 October (1987).
Anon., "The Bible Lands Museum Opens in Jerusalem," New
York Times 17 May (1992).                                           D.C. McGill, "Landmark by Acclaim?" The New York Times, 29
                                                                    January (1988).
C. Charlotte, "Drawing the Battle Lines," The New York Times,
July 2 (1985).                                                      L. Mumford, "The Sky Line," New Yorker 35 105-106ff,
                                                                    December (1959).
D. Davis, "Museums Need Space to Grow," The New York Times,
February 13 (1988).                                                 C. Nadelman, "An Inappropriate Appropriation," ARTnews 84 No.
                                                                    8 188, October (1985).
B. Diamonstein-Spielvogel, The Landmarks of New York, Harry
N. Abrams, Inc., New York (1988).                                   H. Potterton, "New York, New York," Apollo 129 270-271, April
                                                                    (1989).
M. Filler, "Growing Pains," Art in America 75 14-19, July (1987).
                                                                    J. Rockwell, "A Grand Opening for the 'Grand Louvre'" New York
A. Finder, "Landmarks Appeal Panel Proposed," The New York          Times 18 November (1993).
Times, October 22 (1989).
                                                                    W. Rubin, "When Museums Overpower Their Own Art," The New
                                                                    York Times, 12 April (1987).

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B. Russell, "Remodeling the Future," Interiors 145 147ff, August   W. Grimes, "Guggenheim Postpones Reopening Until May," New
(1985).                                                            York Times 11 November (1991).

R. Smith, "Holocaust Museum Adjusting to Restless Flood of         V. Mays, "Revealing Wright," Progressive Architecture 70 82-85
Visitors," New York Times 23 December (1993).                      April (1989).

C. Tomkins, "Modern vs. Postmodern," The New Yorker 61,            D.C. McGill, "Guggenheim Plan Debated at Hearing," The New
February 17, 58-66 (1986).                                         York Times, 26 June (1986).

S. Williams, "Controlled Tower," ARTnews 84 No. 6 14ff,            D.C. McGill, "Guggenheim Neighbors Offer Alternative Plan,"
Summer (1985).                                                     The New York Times, 18 September (1986).

                                                                   D.C. McGill, "Guggenheim Would Alter New Design," The New
                   Museum Expansion: Getty                         York Times, 25 October (1986).

                                                                   D.C. McGill, "New Guggenheim Plan Debated at City Hearing,"
S. Muchnic, "J. Paul Getty Center Costs Top $700 Million Mark,"    The New York Times, 2 July (1987).
Los Angeles Times 13 October (1993).
                                                                   D.C. McGill, "City Board Approves Guggenheim Expansion," The
                                                                   New York Times, 21 October (1987).
                Museum Expansion: Guggenheim
                                                                   D.C. McGill, "Guggenheim Plan Upheld," The New York Times,
                                                                   15 January (1988).
Anon., "Board Approves Zoning in Guggenheim Plan," The New
York Times, 13 March 13 (1987).                                    D.C. McGill, "Protest at the Guggenheim," The New York Times,
                                                                   9 September (1988).
Anon., "New Plan for Guggenheim Annex," Art in America 75
256, April (1987).                                                 D. Morton, "Guggenheim Revision," Progressive Architecture 68
                                                                   40ff. March (1987).
Anon., "The Wright Site," The New York Times, 10 May (1987).
                                                                   N. Robertson, "Guggenheim Dramatizes Space Woes," The New
Anon., "Guggenheim Decision Appealed by Coalition," The New        York Times, 21 May (1986).
York Times, 21 November (1987).
                                                                   M. Stevens, "Somewhere Wright is Smiling," ARTnews 86 No. 9
Anon., "Guggenheim Plan Upheld," The New York Times, 23            238, November (1987).
June (1988).
                                                                   C. Wiseman, "Doing Right by Wright," New York 18 132ff. 2
D.D. Boles, "Update on the Guggenheim," Progressive                December (1985).
Architecture 70 25ff. April (1987).

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