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Meet Our Adopt a Book Conservators - Collection Care blog

Meet Our Adopt a Book Conservators - Collection Care blog



Meet Our Adopt a Book Conservators

By adopting books at the British Library, donors have helped directly support the work of our conservators for over 25 years. We are very pleased to introduce our Adopt a Book conservators and tell you a little more about what they do in a new series of blog posts.
Kim Mulder, our new Adopt a Book conservator, is neither new to the British Library, nor new to conservation. She has already worked in the British Library conservation studio for 1.5 years on fixed term contracts and has extensive conservation experience. She previously worked in a number of institutions including Stedelijk Museum AmsterdamMuseum Boijmans-van Beuningen in Rotterdam, and The Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency.
Kim has contributed significantly to several strands of our conservation programme including treatment on core collection items and running repairs. She has done extensive work on our War Office maps and also supports the Library’s major project to digitise some 60,000 maps and views in King George III’s personal collection by assessing their condition and managing any conservation treatment required.
Kim’s particular interest is in large paper objects. She says: “I like working on large format items because they come with their own set of challenges and parameters. I find them fulfilling to work on, but my training and experience allows me to work on a broad spectrum of objects.”
- See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/collectioncare/2014/05/meet-our-adopt-a-book-conservators.html#sthash.NyNNnZOG.dpuf
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