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The petition also asked the court to appoint a conservator to oversee Crozer’s finances.
Conservators are now planning to conserve the huts that were built in 1899 by Norwegian Carsten Borchgrevink and used by Captain Scott in 1911.
As Hedges magnifies the holes with a lens on his iPhone, book conservator Andrew Honey of the University of Oxford notices that the holes extend all the way back to the oak boards beneath the binding.
Aurora officials received a report from a sculpture conservator in March calling the elements along the bridge in need of major repair, according to Russell's application.
Paper conservator Josefin Bergmark-Jimenez found the old artwork while clearing out the hut to ready it for restoration.
However, when contractors in Cleveland later painted the figures of the two firefighters, the sculpture was improperly primed, said Mark Erdmann, an objects conservator with ICA Art Conservation, the Cleveland nonprofit selected to perform repairs.
Conservator Anna Funke stands next to the HL Hunley at the Warren Lasch Conservation Center on Wednesday.
That conservators play a pivotal role in art history is a given.
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