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'Leprosy Archives - Preserve Them!' online booklet
 
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Leprosy Archives - Preserve Them!

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Acknowledgements


This booklet is the result of collaboration between the International Leprosy Association Global Project on the History of Leprosy and the International Council on Archives.


We would especially like to acknowledge the following people for their contributions in its preparation:


Helen Forde
, Head of Preservation Services, Public Record Office, United Kingdom

Julia Sheppard, Archivist, Wellcome Trust, UK

Zoë Heming, ILA Project Assistant

Cartoons by Steve Simpson

 
 


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