Conservators take images both before and after treatment to document what the item looked like when it comes to the lab, and what it looks like when it leaves the lab. We also create written documentation that describes the condition of the objects as well as the materials and techniques we will use to fix them.
To get ready for the next exhibit “Animated Anatomies,” Erin is working on repairing two flap books from the History of Medicine Collection that will be on display. Her before-treatment documentation has created some of the best treatment images ever.
The exhibit opens on April 6th. These are rare and beautiful research materials from as early as the sixteenth century. If you are in the area be sure to see visit the library to see them.
Image of Witkowski, “Human Anatomy and Physiology” pt. 7.
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3 thoughts on “Best Before Treatment Image Ever”
BEST. POST. EVER.
You win the Internet.
Winning! But the award should also go to Erin for sharing the documentation.
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