Maintaining History

Blokhuis, Wilma
July 2009
Fabricare Canada;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
The article features the wardrobe operations of Kings Landing Historical Settlement in New Brunswick. It states that the wardrobe department is responsible for the care of about 300 costumes for the interpretive staffs and volunteers and rental programs. It indicates that the building for wardrobe operation include sewing rooms, laundry, and dry cleaning operation.


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