The Abbey Newsletter

Volume 8, Number 6
Dec 1984


Montori & Willett at Indiana University

The Indiana University Libraries has established a Preservation Department, which will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating the maintenance of library collections. The department, which reports directly to the Associate Dean for Technical Services and the Associate Dean for Collection Development, presently includes a binding-and shelf-preparation unit, a repair unit, and a preservation microfilming unit. Expansion of the department's responsibilities will come after a study of the library's needs.

Carla J. . Montori is the newly-appointed Head of the Preservation Department. She received her B.A. in Classical Languages end Literatures from Smith College and her

M.L.S. degree from Southern Connecticut State University. She comes to Indiana University after seven and a half years in the Yale University Library's Preservation Department. Montori spent six and a half years in that department's Conservation Division as a book conservator, and one year in the Preservation Division as the Mellon Intern for Preservation Administration.

Debra Willett is the Assistant to the Head of Preservation. Her previous experience in preservation includes a year as Conservation Specialist in Indiana University's Serials Department, and six years as Collection Maintenance Supervisor at the library at Southern Illinois University/Carbondale. Ms. Willett received her B.A. in Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and her M.L.S. from Indiana University.

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