Volume 8, Number 3
- Caroline A. Graboys, of Brookline, Massachusetts, has been
certified by examination as a conservator of historic and artistic
works on paper, by the AIC Board of Examiners.
- Antoinette King has been appointed Director of Conservation for
the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
- Nathan Stolow has been appointed Foundation Conservator at the
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation as of May 1, and his new address
is: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, P.O. Drawer C, Williamsburg,
- Abigail Quandt, who has been studying and working with Anthony
Cams and Roger Powell during the last two years, began work at the
Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore May 1 on a three-month
- Johanna Wellheiser, formerly Conservator for the City of Toronto
Records and Archives Division, has been appointed Conservator for
the Metropolitan Toronto Library Board.
- Robert Muma was granted, on April 29, a life membership in the
Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild "for his nurturing of a
then very fragile craft through a very low time twenty-odd years
- Donald Glaister and Suzanne Moore, according to the GBW
Newsletter for Spring 1984, were to relocate from California
to Northampton, Massachusetts, around May 1.
- Elaine Schlefer was appointed on April 30 as book conservator in
the Conservation Binding and Restoration Office at NYPL's
Conservation Division. She comes with several years' experience,
including three years as chief binder at Carolyn Horton and
Associates. This gives a staff of nine (8 plus John Townsend, head
of the unit) in that office.
- Karen Garlick began work as a paper conservator at the Library
of Congress in February, 1984.
- Griselda Warr, formerly of the Morgan Library, recently took a
position as book conservator at the Huntington Library in
- Doris Hamburg and Theodore Stanley, both of the Library of
Congress, were both recently promoted to Paper Conservator,