Volume 10, Number 2
- Zbigniew Niebieszczanski writes that he received four calls as a
result of the announcement in the February issue, and has accepted a
position in Brown's River Bindery in Jericho, Vermont. His new
address is 30 F Jericho Road, Essex Center, Vermont 05451.
- Anna Stenström has accepted the position of Conservation
Laboratory Assistant in the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young
University. She is a graduate of the Columbia University program for
conservators and has served an internship at Trinity College under
- David B. Gracy II, past president of the Society of American
Archivists, has joined the faculty of the library school at the
University of Texas, where he will develop a curriculum in archives,
records management and conservation.
- The Graphic Conservation Company (Bill Crusius and Bob Weinberg)
has moved from 730 N. Franklin to 900 North Franklin #404 Chicago,
IL 60610 (312/266-2657).
- Karen Garlick, Paper Conservator at LC, is teaching a course
entitled "Introduction to the Preservation of Library and Archive
Materials" at the University of Maryland this spring.
- Mark Cain, program associate at the Council on Library
Resources, resigned in December to move to Austin, Texas, where he
will engage in library consulting and writing. While at CLR, he had
worked primarily with the Economics Seminar and preservation
- Timothy Barrett, previously proprietor of Kalamazoo Handmade
Papers, has recently taken on a position as associate research
scientist at the School of Art and Art History at the University of
Iowa in Iowa City. His new duties will include directing the
school's hand papermaking facility, a limited amount of teaching,
and continued research. He writes that he also intends to continue
making an undiminished variety and quantity of tissues and western
handmade papers. Those on his old KHMP mailing list will hear from
him as soon as production starts up, probably in the fall of 1986.
He may be contacted at the School of Art and Art History, University
of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242. The best way to catch him by phone
is to leave a message on his home answering machine:
- Hedi Kyle is mow working at the American Philosophical Society
in Philadelphia, in the position vacated by Willman Spawn, who
recently retired after 36 years. Gail Harriman is her assistant.
They are working with the architect to redesign and enlarge the
conservation lab at present.
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