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The flooding of New Orleans that followed hurricane Katrina devastated the city and begged the question of not just how institutions prepare for and survive disaster, but how they recover from it. This presentation examines the experience of The Historic New Orleans Collection in the context of the very active 2005 hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico. It discusses the level or preparation carried out and the effects of the scope of the disaster on staff effectiveness and recovery operations.
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