Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Launches New Magazine
January 18, 2016
Premiere issue of Signatures: The Magazine of Library and Archives Canada available online
Signatures: The Magazine of Library and Archives Canada was written and produced by the staff of Library and Archives Canada (LAC) including librarians, archivists, conservators, curators, and many other specialists. This new journal seeks to make known and interpret the living cultural, civic, and historical record of Canada as reflected in its documentary heritage.
Published twice a year, Signatures provides a behind-the-scenes look at LAC’s collections and the technical expertise involved in acquiring, preserving, and supporting access to our shared history.
Signatures, Fall/Winter 2015 [9 MB]
Table of Contents
Stories in the Archives
Life at Library and Archives Canada: Creating a Podcast
Lucie L. Séguin
The Conservation Work Behind Mirrors with Memory: Daguerreotypes from LAC
Tania Passafiume and Jennifer Roger
LAC Participation at Truth and Reconciliation Commission National Events
Sarah Hurford, Jenna Murdock Smith and Susanne Sulzberger
Collection Spotlight: Bell Features