2 edition of Tentative recommended practice for the protection of library collections from fire. found in the catalog.
Tentative recommended practice for the protection of library collections from fire.
National Fire Protection Association. Committee on Libraries, Museums and Historic Buildings.
|Other titles||Protection of library collections from fire.|
|Series||National Fire Protection Association. [Publication] 910-T|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Tentative recommended practice for the protection of library collections. Boston, National Fire Protection Association, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Fire Protection Association.
Committee on Libraries, Museums, and Historic Buildings. OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: NFPA no. Protection of libraries and library collections: Responsibility: prepared by the Technical Committee on Libraries, Museums and Historic Buildings, and acted on by the National Fire Protection Association at its annual meeting held Mayin Chicago, Illinois.
Protecting the Library from Fire JOHN MORRIS A PRIMARY CONSIDERATION in planning for fire protection of a library is this unpleasant statistic: More than 70 percent of all library fires are incendiary in origin. Other fires originate in malfunction of heating plants, in problems with mechanical or electrical systems, in the opera- tions of.
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The focus of this paper, however, is to emphasize prevention measures one should be following to avoid the most prevalent threat faced by all cultural institutions - FIRE. No institution is immune from fire.Additional Physical Format: Online version: National Fire Protection Association.
Protection of library collections, Boston, (OCoLC)