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Social Significance: a discussion paper
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Secret and safe: The underlife of concealed objects from the Royal Derwent Hospital, New Norfolk, Tasmania
This paper focuses on a collection of objects deliberately concealed beneath the verandah of a ward for middle-class, female, paying patients at Australia’s longest continuously operating mentalExpand
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Giving value to the Australian historic past: Historical archaeology, heritage and nationalism
Tlze rnaterial renzains of Australia's colonial past were transfornzed from abandoned sites and forgotten /.c.lics into an 'archaeological 7,ecordf in a pr*ocess which seemed to enzerge in the 1960s.Expand
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The Ethics of Cultural Heritage
Debates about the ethics of cultural heritage in the twentieth century were focused on the need to establish standards of professionalism and on the development of the skills and expertise requiredExpand
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Affective Aprons: Object Biographies from the Ladies’ Cottage, Royal Derwent Hospital New Norfolk, Tasmania
This paper explores a collection of embroidered aprons retrieved from under the floor of the Ladies’ Cottage, a building at the Royal Derwent Hospital in New Norfolk, Tasmania — Australia’s oldestExpand
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Influence of acidity on the mechanical stability of retouched Japanese tissue papers during the course of artificial ageing
This study investigates the relationship between acidity and the mechanical properties of two Japanese tissue papers (Yukyu-shi and Sekishu Mare), which were treated with a range of plant dyes,Expand
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Effects of Plant Dyes, Watercolors and Acrylic Paints on the Colorfastness of Japanese Tissue Papers
Conservation treatments may cause alterations to the aesthetic qualities and appearance of paper materials, including their color. The scientific evaluation of color change to measure the effects ofExpand
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The Karkotis Valley
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