Preserving U.S. Military Heritage: World War II to the Cold War Symposium
Contributed By: Mary F. Striegel
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CALL FOR PAPERS!
Please join the National Center for Preservation and Training (NCPTT) and the National Museum of the Pacific War in beautiful Texas Hill County for a three-day symposium discussing the preservation of United States military heritage from World War II to the Cold War.
The symposium will bring together conservators, architects, engineers, landscape architects, museum and site managers, and other cultural resource professionals to discuss state-of-the-science efforts to document, conserve, treat and adaptively reuse sites and features from our military heritage from 1939 to early 1991, such as:
Military bases and training facilities
War machines: planes, tanks, and guns
Military materials: concrete, metals, plastics, composites
Home front sites: factories and shipyards
Camps: Relocation and Prisoner-of-war
Nuclear Age sites: testing grounds and development sites
Cold War sites: bunkers, silos, and rockets
Remembrances: monuments and memorials
Archives: posters, photographs, letters, documents
The symposium is organized by the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, the Friends of NCPTT, Nimitz Foundation, and the National Museum of the Pacific War.
For more information, see https://www.ncptt.nps.gov/events/preserving-u-s-military-heritage
To submit a paper, see https://www.ncptt.nps.gov/blog/call-for-presentations-and-posters-preserving-us-military-heritage-world-war-ii-to-the-cold-war
Posted: November 14, 2018
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