1.2.1 Constantino Nivola, 1962, Stiles College, Yale University. Overview of sculptures in Eero Saarinen interior courtyard
1.2.2 Sculpture Collection, Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University.
1.2.3 Old Burying Ground, Durham, CT. Survey of colonial era markers.
1.2.4. Rogers Studio and Plaster Groups, John, Rogers, 19th Century, New Canaan Historical Society, CT. Overview of Rogers Groups.
1.2.5 Soldiers Monument, George Bissell, 1884, Waterbury, CT. Survey of public monuments.
1.2.6 Freeman Burial Lot, T.F. Green Airport, Warwick, Rhode Island. Cemetery marker survey.
1.2.7 Volunteer Firemen Monument, 1091, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, NY. Monument and 87 markers for fallen firefighters.
1.2.8 Tracey Memorial, Augustus Saint Gaudens, Stanford White, 1890, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, NY. Overview of the monument.
1.2.9 Shepard Mausoleum, Arthur Pickering, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, NY. Overview of the monument during assessment .
1.2.10 Saybrook College Crest, Saybrook College, Yale University. Survey of collegiate crests.
One of the first steps in carrying out a conservation campaign for a collection or a historic cemetery is to better understand the objects and the site – through a collection survey. Surveys can be broad or specific, depending on the size, nature and condition of the collection but should minimally document basic information, such as history of the collection, object types, material types, general object conditions, environmental conditions, and safety issues. The document should provide an informed overview of the collection, a guideline for fundamental preservation needs, establish realistic priorities for the objects and site, present associated budgets and identify need for further investigation.
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- Indoor Sculpture and Objects
- Outdoor Sculpture, Monuments and Objects
- Architectural Elements and Industrial Artifacts
- Historic Cemeteries
- Site Inspections
- Photographic Documentation