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Re: Florence Books

I would also go and see the plutei in the Museo di San Marco (among the
other treasures of this lesser frequented museum!), the Biblioteca Mediceo
Ricciardiana (if you can get access), the rear reading area of the
Marucelliana (very Kafkesque); check to see if there are any special shows
going on as well; if i find an URL for the Florentine concierge, I'll pass
it on.  SJ
-----Original Message-----
From: Kim Itkonen <kitkonen@xxxxxxxx>
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 1998 9:19 PM
Subject: Re: Florence Books

>Peter Sramek wrote:
>> I will be teaching art students in a Florence program from the Ontario
>> College of Art next fall and am going for 1 week soon to check things
>> out. Does anyone have any suggestions about Book things to see,
>> suppliers, etc.? =
>> -- =
>> Peter Sramek
>> Book=B0Sequence Gallery
>> http://www.interlog.com/~sramek
>> -
>  Dear Peter,
>Obvious, maybe, but the Laurentian Library is a must.  The art suppy store
>called Zecchi's at Via Dello Studio 19R near the Duomo is great.  I made a
>sketch book when I was in Florence a few years ago.  I bought my supplies
>at Zecchi's but when I returned to my room I found I had forgotten paper
>for the endpapers.  I used the Zecchi's bag.  Have fun.  I'm jealous.
>  Kim Itkonen

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