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65 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations, samples, 1 folded map. "Includes a book, Papermaking at Hayle Mill, 1808-1987 by Maureen Green; a map, The Loose Valley, 1856 with the mills on Loose Stream; Mill photographs; Sample papers; and 12 proof sheets for the book; all issued in a box. Printed in black, red, and blue. Contents printed inside the box: Hayle Mill book -- Loose Valley map -- Mill photographs -- Sample papers. ""Printed on Finale, the last paper made at Hayle Mill. ... The portrait of Samuel Green was prepared and printed on Epson Archival paper by Ellen Dorn Levitt who also scanned the watermarks and maps preparing them, with Claire Van Vliet, for platemaking. Much of the letterpress printing used polymer plates from Boxcar Press ... and was printed by Andrew Miller-Brown. ... the photographs were scanned by Ellen Dorn Levitt from old prints in the Hayle Mill Archive and cleaned up in Photoshop. They were printed by Emily Corrow on a Xerox Docucolor 240 copier in Hammermill 100lb archival cover copy paper""--Colophon of book. Exposed stitch binding. Two color fabric covering on clamshell box, title printed on paper, mounted on box spine. Gift of the Museum on behalf of the original donor, Ruth Fine. Curated title for Fleet Library Special Collections exhibition By Hand: Women & Books Exhibit fall, 2021. "

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Newark, Vermont : The Janus Press, 2008


The Janus Press




printmaking; papermaking; paper mills; maps; documentary photography; samples; artists' books; By Hand: Women & Books Exhibit 2021



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Papermaking at Hayle Mill

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