Texas Heritage, Winter 1985 Page: 37

X-ray, infrared and ultraviolet photography
will show what your eyes can't
This is a composite of X-ray negatives
showing "2 extra" hands.
Photos: Courtes, of the Panhandle
Plains Historical Museum in Canyon,
Mary Frederickson is the Chief Conservator
at the Panhandle Plains Historical
Museum in Canyon, Texas.
Ms. Frederickson was graduated from
the National School for the Conservation
and restoration of Art Objects
in Mexico City at Churuvusco. She
was the Painting and Decorative Arts
convervator and then Assistant Chief
Conservator at the Henry Lord Museum
before coming to the Panhandle
Plains Historical Museum. Currently
Ms. Frederickson is in charge of a regional
Convervation center, at the museum
which is a self-supporting state


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