Film, Video Development & Research Applications for a Reference Collection of 20th Century Photographic Paper
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- Development & Research Applications for a Reference Collection of 20th Century Photographic Paper
- Private conservator Paul Messier discusses several technical studies of 20th century photographs using a collection of photographic papers as a reference source.
- Event Date
- March 19, 2010
- - Paul Messier is a private conservator with a master's and certificate of advanced study from the Art Conservation Program at Buffalo State College of the State University of New York. He is the founder of Electronic Media Group for the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) and formerly served on the AIC board.
- Related Resources
- Preservation Directorate: https://www.loc.gov/preserv/
- Running Time
- 1 hours 20 minutes 4 seconds
- Online Format
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