JAIC 1991, Volume 30, Number 1, Article 6 (pp. 75 to 88)
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JAIC 1991, Volume 30, Number 1, Article 6 (pp. 75 to 88)

THE CONSERVATION OF A PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA

GREGORY HILL




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AUTHOR INFORMATION

GREGORY HILL received a specialized honors B.A. in fine art from the University of Guelph and a diploma in art conservation techniques from Sir Sandford Fleming College in a program that included a one-year internship in the Photograph Conservation Laboratory at the National Archives of Canada. He has worked for the Provincial Archives of Manitoba and in private practice. He is presently employed by the National Archives of Canada as a paper/photograph conservator in the Conservation Treatments Division. Address: Picture Conservation Section, Conservation Treatments Division, National Archives of Canada, 395 Wellington St., Ottawa, Ontario, K1A ON3, Canada.


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