Disaster Plan for Sam Davis Home

The entire Disaster Plan for the Sam Davis Home, created using DPlan software, can not be share online for security reasons.  This document contains the table of contents and other information that was included in the comprehensive disaster planning binder that currently resides with Sam Davis Home staff members.

This document also includes a comprehensive disaster planning bibliography that was essential in developing this plan.

Click here to see the PDF Version of this document: Disaster Planning and Preparedness

Table of Contents

Section 1: dPlan: The Online Disaster-Planning Tool:  Complete Project.

Section 2: dPlan: The Online Disaster-Planning Tool: Data Collection Forms.

Section 3:  Process Essay

Section 4: Notes and Documents from: Historic House Museum Issues and Operations: A workshop sponsored by the American Association for State and Local History.

Section 5: Notes and Documents from ICON Disaster Preparedness Workshop.  2/9/2009.

  • Anita Teague’s notes from, “Why Worry? It Won’t Happen Here” by Allison Reid.
  • “Handy Tips for Disaster Preparedness” by Myers Brown.
  • “Disaster Preparedness Workshop” PowerPoint and notes by Bethany Hawkins.
  • “Disaster Planning, Preparedness, and Recovery: A Resource Guide.” Published by AASLH. By April McCauley and Bethany L. Hawkins.
  • “Disaster Planning for County Records” – Author unknown
  • “Bats in the Belltower… Mold in the Basement: Recovery and Salvage.” By Amber Barfield

Section 6: StEPs: Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations Workbook, selections related to Collections Management and Preparedness including resources, glossary, and bibliographical sources

Section 7:  Articles and Research

  • James, Robert.  Handouts from: Disaster Planning Workshop North Carolina Preservation Consortium, 2008.
  • Jirasek, Pavel. “Museum Security and Disaster Preparedness.” In Running a Museum: A  Practical Handbook, UNESCO, 177–196. Paris: Intrntl Council of Museums, 2004.
  • Jokilehto, Jukka. “ICCROM’s Involvement in Risk Preparedness.” In Journal of the American      Institute for Conservation, Vol. 39, No. 1, Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery (Spring, 2000), pp. 173-179.
  • Spafford-Ricci, Sarah and Fiona Graham. “The Fire at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Part 1: Salvage, Initial Response, and the Implications for Disaster Planning” in Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, Vol. 39, No. 1, Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery (Spring, 2000), pp. 15-36.
  • Watkins, Stephanie. “Developing Statewide Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Expertise” in
  • Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, Vol. 39, No. 1, Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery (Spring, 2000), pp. 165-172.

Section 8: Extended Bibliography and Selected Resources

Extended Bibliography and Selected Resources

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  • Albright, Gary E. “Flood Aftermath: The Preservation of Water-Damaged Photographs.” In Topics in Photographic Preservation, vol. 3, Robin E. Siegel, comp. Washington, DC: Photographic Materials Group, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1989.
  • ARMA. ARMA International Guideline for Records and Information Management: Magnetic Diskettes–Recovery Procedures. Prairie Village, KS: Association of Records Managers and Administrators, Inc., 1987.
  • Association of Research Libraries. Office of Management Services. Insuring Library Collections and Buildings. SPEC Flyer 178. Washington, DC: ARL, 1991.
  • Babcock, Phillip and Barbara J. Redjinski. “Highly Protected Risk Insurance.” Museum News 61 (November-December 1982): 19-22.
  • Babcock, Phillip and Marr T. Haack. “Plain-English Collections Insurance.” Museum News 59 (July-August 1981): 22-25.
  • Balon, Brett J. and H. Wayne Gardner. “Disaster Planning for Electronic Records.” Records Management Quarterly 22 (July 1988): 20-22, 24-25, 30.
  • Barton, John P., and Joharma G. Wellheiser, eds. An Ounce of Prevention: A Handbook on Disaster Contingency Planning for Archives. Libraries and Records Centres. Toronto: Toronto Area Archivists Group Education Foundation, 1985.
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  • Blackmon-Mooring Steamatic Catastrophe, Inc. BMS Catastrophe Disaster Restoration Guide for Museum Planners. Fort Worth, TX: BMS Catastrophe, October, 1993.
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  • Bohem, Hilda, Disaster Prevention and Disaster Preparedness. Berkeley Administration, University of California: 1978.
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  • Eulenberg, Julia Niebuhr. Handbook for the Recovery of Water Damaged Business Records. Prairie Village, KS: Association of Records Managers and Administrators, 1986.
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  •  Fikioris, Margaret. “First Steps to be Taken for Emergency Treatment of Textiles.” Ontario Museum Association Newsletter 3 (April 1974): 13-15.
  • Flitner, Arthur. An Insurance Primer for the Local Historical Organization. AASLH Technical Leaflet #147. Nashville: AASLH, 1986.
  • Fortson, Judith. Disaster Planning and Recovery: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians and Archivists. New York: Neal-Schuman. 1992.
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  • Gaskins, Paulette E. and Catherine D. Scott. Disasters and Disaster Planning: Earthquakes. Fires, Floods. and Other Disasters in Cultural Institutions. Washington, DC: Museum Reference Center, Smithsonian Institution Libraries, 1987.
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  • Goldich, Louis. Safeguarding Your Collection from Disasters: Selected Resources. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Art, 1987.
  • Grant, Joan, Barbara Jones, Nancy Kranish and Janice Maiman, eds. Disaster Plan Workbook. New York: New York University, Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 1984.
  • Haas, J. Eugene, et al. Reconstruction Following Disaster. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1977.
  • Haglund, Kristine and Bruce R. Parham. Emergency Procedures for Nitrate Films. Denver: Denver Museum of Natural History, 1981.
  • Hanes, Ric. “Emergency Storage for Nitrate Film.” History News 36 (January 1981): 38-41.
  • Harmon, James D. Integrated Pest Management in Museum, Library and Archival Facilities. Indianapolis, IN: Harmon Preservation Pest Management, 1993.
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  • Hill, Thomas T. “Reading List of References on the Preservation and Restoration of Photographic Images.” Photographic Conservation 3 (September 1981): 6-7.
  • Hirst, Warwick. “Salvaging Flood Damaged Records.” Archives and Manuscripts 13 (1985): 24-29.
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  • Hunter, John E. “Museum Collections: Emergency Planning.” In National Park Service Museum Handbook Part I: Museum Collections. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, Curatorial Services Division, 1990.
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  • Johnson, Edward H. Protecting the Library and Its Resources: A Guide to Physical Protection and Insurance, Chicago: American Library Association, 1963.
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  • Kelley, John. “The Construction of a Low Cost, High Capacity Vacuum Freeze-Drying System.” Studies in Conservation (November 1980): 176-179.
  • Kenneweg, Richard. “Developing a Library Insurance Program: Part I.” Library Security Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 1976, pages 11-14.
  • Klein, Henry. ”Microfilm Resuscitation–A Case Study.” Journal of Micrographics 9 (July/August 1976): 299-303.
  • Koesterer, Martin G. and John A. Geating. “Restoring Water-Soaked Papers & Textiles: Applying Freeze-Drying Methods to books & Art Objects.” Technology & Conservation 1 (Fall 1976): 20-22.
  • Krikorian, Michael, Disaster and Emergency Planning. Loganville, GA: International Loss Control Institute, 1982.
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  • Lindblom, Beth C. and Karen Motylewski. “Disaster Planning for Cultural Institutions.” AASLH Technical Leaflet #183. Nashville, TN: American Association for State and Local History, 1993.
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  • Martin, Mervin. Emergency Procedures for Furniture. Cooperstown, NY: New York State Historical Association Library, 1972.
  • Mathieson, David F. “Hurricane Preparedness: Establishing Workable Policies for Dealing with Storm Threats.” Technology & Conservation 8 (Summer 1983): 28-29.
  • Matthai, Robert A. Protection of Cultural Properties During Energy Emergencies. New York Arts/Energy Study Association and American Association of Museums, 1978.
  • Matthai, Robert A., ed. Protection of Cultural Properties During Energy Emergencies. 2nd ed. New York: Arts/Energy Study and American Association of Museums. 1978.
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  • McWilliams, Jerry. The Preservation and Restoration of Sound Recordings. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1979.
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