Marina del Rey, CA : The Getty Conservation Institute, [1995?]
1 videocassette (37 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.

"In recent years, national disasters of unprecedented scope and severity have damaged our nation's museums, libraries & archives, and historic sites. In December 1994, 'The National Summit on Emergency Response : Safeguarding our Cultural Heritage' brought together more than 80 representatives of national service organizations and federal agencies to consider how to better anticipate problems, protect cultural properties, and speed recovery after disasters. Speakers, including FEMA director James Lee Witt, discuss the significance of cultural heritage in American life, the need for a more coordinated response to disasters and the role of the cultural community in public service" -- Container.