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Frances Gale

University of Texas
Architectural Conservator
Austin, Texas
Frances Gale is an architectural conservator with a Master of Science in historic preservation from Columbia University and over thirty-year’s experience in preserving historic buildings and monuments. Fran was a Senior Lecturer and Conservation Scientist at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture for 11 years. Other positions have included Architectural Conservator and Training Director for the National Park Service and Director of Technical Services for AMT Laboratories and Prosoco, Inc. Fran’s recent consulting projects include conservation reviews for the City of Austin Art in Public Places program, Union Terminal in Cincinnati, the University of Virginia Rotunda, Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in New York, and the Matagorda Island Lighthouse in Texas. Fran became a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works in 2017 was elected to the Association for Preservation Technology International College of Fellows in 2010.

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