Reports submitted to the Getty Foundation by recipients of conservation grants 1985-2009


Reports submitted to the Getty Foundation by recipients of conservation grants 1985-2009

The records consist entirely of final and annual progress reports made up of correspondence, reports, surveys, architectural drawings, publications, specifications, print and slide photographic documentation, CD-ROMs, video, and floppy diskettes, dating 1985-2009, submitted to the Getty Foundation by recipients of conservation grants for the purpose of documenting the progress and results of their grant-funded projects.

107.5 linear feet; (137 boxes, 11 flat files)

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