June 7-10, 1993Held at the Rockefeller Foundation
Study and Conference Center in Bellagio, Italy
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. Introduction and Summary
United States and European Experience with Preservation
The Intellectual Heritage”>Exploring Emergent Issues
II. Record of the Conference
The U.S. Experience
Discussion of the U.S. Experience
The European Experience
Discussion of the European Experience
Exploring Emergent Issue
III. Resolution and Recommendations of the Conference
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