I did receive a reply from Katrin. Basically, she suggests having the client sign a document saying that they have the copyright and they give you permission to copy it for restoration/retouching purposes. The resulting digital file is an interpretation of the original, and the copyright remains with the original owner. She also made it clear that she was not a lawyer.
But I think Jim's post is probably right on the money.
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