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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

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Nora

That's great Courtney. I'll put it on a priority flag for treatment - this is one case where we might want to stabilize that tape in-situ to keep those minerals from loss!

Courtney

For more information about William Foshag check out his page on the National Museum of Natural History's Centennial Website: http://www.mnh.si.edu/onehundredyears/profiles/William_Foshag.html


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Field Book Project Website

The Field Book Project is a joint initiative of the Smithsonian Institution Archives and National Museum of Natural History with the goal of creating a Field Book Registry, one online location for field book content.
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