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Council on Library and Information Resources, Apr 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 74 pages

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I referenced Bill Ivey's "Intangible" section in my MA thesis on adapting preservation (historic preservation of the built environment). I enjoyed this reference, because, while outside of my specialization, it is easily to read.
Also, I find it very annoying to hear people (pseudo-professionals) referencing the intangible heritage in relation to historic preservation. We, literally, have bricks and mortar that represent people, places, things and events. Bill clearly articulates the tangible.
Overall, worth your time.


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