Volume 5, Number 4
- Larry Hackman, director of the records program at NHPRC, is one
of six program staff members who have left to find jobs elsewhere in
the face of budget cuts and likely reductions in force. He has taken
the position of archivist of the State of New York.
- Jim Kusterer, a staff member of the William J. Barrow Research
Laboratory in the 1970's (which continued for 10 years after Mr.
Barrow died, then closed in 1977) is now in Colorado, making time
capsules that take state-of-the-art technology into account to
preserve documents and other items. His address is: Time Capsules,
Inc., Lazy K Ranch, 7449 Rainbow Creek Rd., Sedalia, CO 80135.
- Margaret Ann Troyer, formerly chemist at the Library of Congress
Preservation Office, is now at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing
as a chemist.
- Craig Jensen, formerly of Brigham Young University, and
Siegfried Rempel, formerly of the Canadian Conservation Institute,
have joined the staff at the Humanities Research Center, University
of Texas at Austin.
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