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RecorDIM project records, 1994-2009, undated

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Getty Conservation Institute, Field Projects Division, RecorDIM project records

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Cite the item and series (as appropriate)], RecorDIM project records 1994-2009, undated, Getty Conservation Institute. Institutional Records and Archives, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, IA10016.

http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifaia10016

Acquisition Information

Accessions 2007.IA.38, 2018.IA.27, and 2019.IA.20 were transferred by Field Projects, Getty Conservation Institute.

Processing History

The records were refoldered, rehoused, and described in this finding aid by Nancy Enneking in October 2007.

Lorain Wang integrated materials from accession 2018.IA.27 and 2019.IA.20, processed the optical discs in the collection, and revised the finding aid in 2018 and 2019. As part of processing the CDs, files were copied off most of the discs and unique identifiers were assigned to each set of digital files. With the exception of those with custom labeling and inserts, the CDs were removed from the collection.

Appraisal

Projects of the Conservation Institute's Field Projects Division are considered archival, documenting work and research done on international cultural heritage sites and issues. In accordance with internal Field Projects procedures, the project manager of each field project will select and prepare for transfer to the Institutional Archives the project documentation required to ensure that future researchers and conservators will understand past work done on each site and to provide a foundation for future work.




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