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In our columns, Arjan den Boer looks at the precise work of Pierre Fix-Masseau in his “Art of the Railway Poster.” Adrienne Evans shares the second of her two-part overview about the history and care of glass plate negatives in “Out of the Archives.” And Hailey Paige previews our next online conference, Virtual Conversations: Fall Edition, whose presenters will share railway photography and art from around the world.
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The Winter 2020 issue of Railroad Heritage is an expanded, 72-page issue that focuses on the West. The cover story by Todd Halamka is the latest in our “Railroads and the Art of Place” series and examines the Fraser Canyon in British Columbia. Justin Franz reports on “Hear the Whistle Blow: Art of the Railway,” an exhibition at the Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, Montana. Joel Jensen and Lewis Albeidinger explore the remnants of the Milwaukee Road in Harlowton, Montana, and how its Depot Museum has helped catalyze the community’s revival. In this issue’s columns, Arjan den Boer shares two French posters by Foré; archivist Adrienne Evans previews the Center’s new archives storage space in “Out of the Archives;” while Hailey Paige, exhibitions and events coordinator, offers a recap of the Conversations 2019 conference with photographs by Hank Koshollek.
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