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J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts original enclosures study collection, 1983-2005

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J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts Original Enclosures Study Collection, 1983-2005

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts Original Enclosures Study Collection, 1983-2005. The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, IA40030.

http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifaia40030

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The material described in this finding aid was transferred by the J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts in 2017 and comprises accession 2017.IA.37.

Processing History

Paper Conservator Nancy Turner identified enclosures by accession and manuscript numbers. Institutional Archivist Sara Seltzer subsequently used the Handlist of Items in the Collection of Manuscripts, provided by Senior Curator Elizabeth Morrison, to obtain full descriptions of each item. She created the finding aid in 2017.

Assistant Conservator Melissa Huddleston provided custom housing for seven oversize enclosures. Sara Seltzer rehoused the remainder of the collection in standard archival boxes.

Processing Note

Enclosures are identified by the manuscripts they originally housed. The dates provided for each enclosure are those of the artwork. Collection dates refer to acquisition years.

Dimensions are provided for each enclosure in length x width x height sequence. They were measured to the nearest one-sixteenth of an inch.




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