The Clara Barton National Historic Site was established in 1974 to interpret the life of Clara Barton (pictured), an American pioneer teacher, nurse, and humanitarian who was the founder of the American Red Cross. The National Park Service, who care for the site were seeking a contractor to develop a Collection Condition Survey for the Clara Barton National Historic Site. The successful contractor is Peters Art Conservation Services. The estimated contract value is $56,000.

AWARD- NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: Clara Barton National Historic Site Collection Condition Survey.

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Award Details:

Peters Art Conservation Services
P.O Box 1122
Skagway, AK  99840


Regional Contracting Acquisition Management Division
1100 Ohio Drive SW
Washington, DC 20242-0001
For the attention of: Sherri Miller

Image: Clara Barton, by Civil War photographer Matthew Brady, circa 1865 / American Red Cross