JAIC 1998, Volume 37, Number 3, Article 1 (pp. 240 to 270)
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JAIC 1998, Volume 37, Number 3, Article 1 (pp. 240 to 270)

IDENTIFICATION OF COLORANTS ON MAPS FROM THE EARLY COLONIAL PERIOD OF NEW SPAIN (MEXICO)

MARY ELIZABETH HAUDE




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AUTHOR INFORMATION

MARY ELIZABETH HAUDE received her B.F.A. in studio art and her M.L.I.S. with an advanced certificate in conservation from the University of Texas at Austin. Currently she is a paper conservator at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Address: Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, 1151 Oxford Rd., San Marino, Calif. 91108.


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