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April 2009 Project Profile
Janet Mason, visiting conservator from the Canadian Conservation Institute, conducting treatment on the Chapman feathered cloak.
Aimee Ducey, conservation program intern from New York University, using special care while vacuuming the Joy feathered cloak.
Aimee Ducey, conservation program intern from New York University, repairing tears in the feathered Joy cloak.
Aimee Ducey, conservation program intern from New York University, removing accretion from the Chapman feathered cloak.
Bob Barclay, visiting conservator from the Canadian Conservation Institute, developed the mount for the feathered cloak.
Beth Nunan, conservation program intern from Buffalo State College, attaching Velcro strips on the feathered cloak mount.
Bob Barclay, visiting conservator from the Canadian Conservation Institute, placing the feathered cloak on the mount.
Hawaiian feathered cloak project mounted.
Valerie Free, Bishop Museum (former) conservator, conservation program interns Aimee Ducey and Beth Nunan, with Joy, one of 3 restored Hawaiian feathered cloaks from the IMLS 2007 Conservation Project Support (CPS).