Category Archives: Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church

Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church

We have completed all the conservation work, description, and digitization of the drawings and blueprints of the Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church. Last week I visited St. Augustine and saw the church (and the Hotel Ponce de Leon). Although I had … Continue reading

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Conservation Treatment-Encapsulation

We have begun encapsulating the blueprints and drawings from the Presbyterian Church. This is the final step in the conservation process. After they are all encapsulated, they will be stored in flat files in the library. While most people will … Continue reading

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Digitizing the Document

Once conservation has finished evaluating and stabilizing the drawings they are sent to the large format queue in Digital Library Center.  The DLC set up to digitize anything from film slides to three dimensional objects.  For the Carrère and Hastings … Continue reading

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Conservation Treatment-Deacidification

We received the Presbyterian Church drawings and blueprints back from the Digital Lab, so we are ready to complete the conservation treatment on these documents. This week we deacidified the original drawings using Bookkeeper Deacidification Spray. Next week we will … Continue reading

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