Illustrated Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings - Chapter on Architectural Metals
Technical Preservation Services’ Illustrated Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings
Some updates 1995
Technical Preservation Services’ Illustrated Guidelines for applying the Standards. Color illustrations of Recommended and Not-Recommended treatments are easy to apply to real life situations.
Published by Technical Preservation Services, part of the National Park Service.
Web version of a printed book, with some updates to images and information.
Historic Pigmented Structural Glass
Technical Preservation Services’ Preservation Brief 12
Published February 1984
‘The Preservation of Historic Pigmented Structural Glass.’ There are sections on history of use, installation specifications, maintenance, replacement, substitute materials and an extended reading list. Very specific niche, but could be helpful in the right circumstance.
Published by Technical Preservation Services, part of National Park Service; partially adapted from the article, ‘Material Conservation for the Twentieth Century: The Case for Structural Glass’, written by Douglas A. Yorke, Jr., AIA, which appeared in the Bulletin for the Association for Preservation Technology, 13 (1981).
Online article/brief; print version available.