Volume 20, Number 8
- Lisa L. Fox has moved from Atlanta to Philadelphia. Her new
address is 14010 Trevose Road, Philadelphia, PA 19116 (215/677-7454;
e-mail LFOX@mindspring.com). She is an independent consultant
and trainer in preservation now.
- Joseph F. Shubert retired in July from the New York State
Education Department, where he was State Librarian and Assistant
Commissioner for Libraries for 19 years. He was honored at a
retirement ceremony July 19 by the Regents. He will continue
to live near Albany.
- David Walls became Preservation Librarian at Yale last November.
(Paul Conway is Head of the Preservation Department there.)
He is a December 1995 graduate of the University of Texas Graduate
School of Library and Information Science. For five years he
was a computer technology specialist at the Learning Skills Center
at UT. His address is: Yale University Library, Preservation
Department, PO Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520 (203/432-1715;
- Susan DuBois was appointed Preservation Services Representative
at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts in Philadelphia
last November, and Joan Irving was appointed conservator.
- Richard F. Young wrote in January, "Things continue to
go well with me since my retirement from the U.S. Senate in 1993.
I've built up a small consulting clientele here on the Cape [Cape
Cod], and am currently working with the Cape Museum of Fine Arts
drawing up a plan for their library/ archival facility. I'm also
- Jeanne Drewes, formerly Assistant Preservation Librarian at
Michigan State University, started as Head, Preservation Department,
at Johns Hopkins University's Milton S. Eisenhower Library in
December 1996. Her address is Preservation Dept., Milton S. Eisenhower
Library, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St., Baltimore,
MD 21218 (410/516-5486; fax 516-5080; firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Dr. Susan Barger is now a partner with Ms. Malin Wilson in
Barger & Wilson, a new independent consulting firm serving
preservation and collections management needs of libraries. They
are at 320 Aztec St., Santa Fe, NM 87501 (505/988-7044; fax 505/466-0748).
- Rolland Aubey, 70, of Port Edwards, Wisconsin, died Thursday
February 13, after a short battle with bone cancer. He had retired
from Nekoosa Papers (now Georgia-Pacific) in 1989, after working
there as a research manager and chemist for 35 years. He played
a major role in setting standards for paper in ASTM, ISO and other
organizations. In his home town of Port Edwards, he was known
as a dedicated village servant, superb executive, and "backbone
of the village," serving in many capacities, including as
volunteer firefighter, Boy Scout leader, village trustee for 22
years and village president for 13 years.
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