Volume 22, Number 2
- Mark Andersson was appointed head of the Bookbinding program at
the North Bennet Street School in Boston, effective September, 1998.
He graduated from the school in 1992 and worked for the next four
years at the University of Washington Libraries on conservation of
general and special collections. [More details on p. 7 of the
August Guild of Book Workers Newsletter.]
- Catherine Aster was appointed Head of Preservation Services at
the Hoover Institution of Stanford University September 1. She was
previously Collections Conservation Librarian of the General
Libraries at the University of Texas Austin, and before that
Assistant Conservator of the Lee Library at Brigham Young
University. Her e-mail address is email@example.com.
- Maria Fredericks has become Head of Conservation at Columbia
University as of October 1st.
- Richard Frieder became Library Director at the Connecticut
Historical Society on September 23. For the previous fourteen years
he headed the preservation program at Northwestern University
Library. He was very active in cooperative preservation activities
of the Committee for Institutional Cooperation (CIC), and led
efforts in mass deacidification and digital technology. Richard can
now be reached at: Connecticut Historical Society Library, One
Elizabeth St., Hartford, CT 06105, 860/236-5621,
- Erika Heinen has joined the Yale University Library as
Collections Care Librarian, a new position at Yale. She is a recent
graduate of the library preservation program at the University of
Texas at Austin.
- Alan Howell, formerly Conservation/Preservation Manager at the
State Library of New South Wales, has taken a position at the State
Library of Victoria as Manager, Preservation and Storage.
- Caroline Keck turned 90 on October 6. Jean Portell, who has been
a fan of hers for nearly 40 years, posted a note on the Conservation
DistList September 30, inviting her friends and admirers to drop her
a note or send a card on the occasion.
- Robert H. Patterson, founder of the newsletter CAN
(Conservation Administration Newsletter), retired May 1998 from his
position as Director of Libraries, McFarlin Library, University of
Tulsa, after 17 years with the library. He received a plaque last
spring for his years of service to AMIGOS and the preservation
community. Que Pasa? v.19 Mark Roosa becomes the Conservation Chief
at the Library of Congress in mid-October, according to the
Washington Conservation Guild Newsletter for
- Pam Spitzmueller now works in the Harvard University and Harvard
College Libraries as the James W. Needham Chief Conservator for
Special Collections. She was formerly Conservator of the University
of Iowa Libraries.
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