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Wednesday, May 28 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
(Workshop) Responding to Mold Outbreaks after a Disaster FULL

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Dealing with mold is nearly always part of disaster response. In addition to the direct impacts of floods and storm-driven rains, collections can become wet from fire suppression efforts or exposure to weather from earthquake or wind damage.  Especially when structural damage is significant, it may be many days before access to collections is possible, and resultant extended power outages may allow mold growth. This workshop will draw from the experiences of AIC-CERT responses in New York, Haiti, Galveston, and Midwest floods to examine effective techniques for treating mold outbreaks.

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Ann Frellsen

Collections Conservator, Emory University Libraries
Ann Frellsen has just retired after nearly 27 years as the Book and Paper Collections Conservator for the Emory University Libraries. Her other specialties are training, disaster planning and response, and bookbinding.
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Vicki Lee

Director of Conservation and Preservation, Maryland State Archives
Vicki Lee has worked in the book and paper specialty of the conservation field for the past 25 years.  She has worked at a variety of museums, libraries and archives.  Vicki has been employed at the Maryland State Archives since 2000 and has been the Head of Conservation since 2003... Read More →
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Olivia Primanis

Senior Book Conservator, Harry Ransom Center
Olivia Primanis is the Senior Book Conservator at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, where she performs conservation treatments and manages the book lab and special projects. She is interested in general conservation and preservation subjects relating to library and museum... Read More →

Wednesday May 28, 2014 1:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Regency Room