Davis, Lynn Ann
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Born and raised on the island of O`ahu, Lynn Ann Davis’ work in photography, archives and preservation has been defined by landscape (people and islands), and struggling to understanding the “paradise factor”. She is currently the Head of the Preservation Department at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa Library, and directing much of her energy to develop resources to meet challenges to care for cultural heritage materials in Pacific island communities including Hawai`i. As a photographer and historian, she has pondered issues about photography since 1973 when she started her career at Bishop Museum in Honolulu.Photo caption: Lynn Ann Davis (standing in black) with colleagues (r-l) Whitney Ross (Archivist, William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library) and Susan Shaner (Hawaii State Archivist), November 2009.
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ItemProtocol for Conservation Treatment: Recovery of Hawaiian Maps and Unique Aerial Photographs from Univ. of Hawai’i, Manoa Flood Damage( 2009-12-08T07:32:03Z)Protocol for Conservation treatment for the recovery of Hawaiian and Pacific area maps from the University of Hawaii at Manoa flood damage was specified by Lynn Ann Davis, Head of UHM Library Preservation Department, with input in March 2005 from Mary Wood Lee, and May 2005 from paper conservators Debra Evans and Jeffrey Warda. Conservation treatments described in this protocol are in accordance with the Code of Ethics of the American Institute for Conservation (A.I.C.) and are described in detail in the A.I.C. Book and Paper Group Catalog, a compendium of treatment procedures.