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Here again, however, is the objection of the Institute's student/teacher ratio, which could not be justified in an art school leading to Dip. AD; and there is still the same objection of principle to attaching to an institution whose primary function must continue to be educational the responsibility for actual conservation work on first-class material. University Art Schools 84. The Royal College of Art and the Slade School are, however, in a special category, being University bodies, the Royal College as the equivalent of an independent University, and the Slade as part of University College.
F. Croft Murray Mr Charles Olin Dr R. M. Organ Mr W. Percival-Prescott Professor A. Philippot Professor P. Philippot Dr Harold Plenderleith Miss Joyce Plesters Miss Pauline Plummer Sir John Pope-Hennessey 58 Chairman, IPCS Restorer's Group ; Chief Restorer, Conservation Department, National Gallery, London Chairman, Conservation Center of Institute of Fine Arts, New York Chief Technician, Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington Assistant Director of Education, Gateshead Director, Fogg Art Museum, Boston President of the Royal Academy, London Keeper of Department of Prints and Drawings, British Museum, London Chief Conservator, Conservation Laboratory, National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington Director, Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington Secretary, Restorer's Group of I PCS; Paintings Restorer, National Maritime Museum, London Chief Restorer, Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique, Brussels Deputy Director of the Rome Centre Director of the Rome Centre Assistant Scientific Adviser, Science Department, National Gallery, London Private restorer Director, Victoria and Albert Museum, London APPENDIX A Miss Pamela Pratt Mr E.
92. Our estimate of cost is thus based on the advantages, which we consider essential to the work of the Institute, of a location in Central London. We would have wished to include in our estimate, under the head of initial expenditure, a figure for 15,000 square feet of welllit accommodation in Central London, comparable, perhaps, to a house in Carlton House Terrace, but the cost of purchase and adaption even in the limited area we consider suitable would vary so much that we can hardly reach a realistic estimate.