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Fwd: [AASLH Hist House Mus] 2008 Conservation Assessment Program Applications Are Now Available!

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  • mturner4626@aol.com
    This is a great program! Mary Mary Turner Illinois Association of Museums Illinois Historic Preservation Agency 1 Old State Capitol Plaza Springfield, IL 62701
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 9, 2007
      This is a great program!
      Mary

      Mary Turner
      Illinois Association of Museums
      Illinois Historic Preservation Agency
      1 Old State Capitol Plaza
      Springfield, IL 62701
      217/524-7080
      mary.turner@...
      www.illinoismuseums.org


      -----Original Message-----
      From: jimena.rojas <jimena.rojas@...>
      To: historichousemuseums@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 8:37 am
      Subject: [AASLH Hist House Mus] 2008 Conservation Assessment Program Applications Are Now Available!

      2008 Conservation Assessment Program Applications Are Now Available!

      The FY2008 CAP applications are now available! To receive an
      application, call the CAP staff at 202-233-0800 or download it from
      Heritage Preservation' s Web site, www.heritagepreserv ation.org. The
      postmark deadline for applications is December 1, 2007. Heritage
      Preservation' s CAP is supported through a cooperative agreement with
      the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

      CAP helps small to mid-sized museums of all types, from art museums to
      zoos, obtain a general assessment of the condition of their
      collections, environment, and historic buildings. Following an on-site
      assessment by a conservation professional, the museum receives a
      written report recommending priorities to improve collections care.
      This report assists museums in educating staff and board members on
      conservation practices, creating long-range and emergency plans, and
      raising funds to improve the care of their collections. For museums
      with buildings more than 50 years old, CAP also supports an assessment
      by a historic building assessor. A second assessment (re-CAP) is
      available to organizations who participated in CAP prior to 2001.

      For more information, contact CAP staff at 202-233-0800 or
      cap@heritagepreserv ation.org.


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