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Re: "NY CBA"

Dear Richard,
I myself wanted to call the Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper
Arts Fred, but I was outvoted.  Love, Audrey Niffenegger

"Peter D. Verheyen" wrote:

> Just passing this on for Richard.
> From: Richard Minsky <minsky@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Just a reminder that there is no "NY CBA". The Center for Book Arts is in
> New York City, but is not called the "NY Center for Book Arts". That is
> because The Center for Book Arts was the first organization of its kind, and
> has sole ownership of the name "Center for Book Arts". All other
> organizations using this name must use a modifier, such as Minnesota Center
> for Book Arts or Nebraska Center for Book Arts.
> These other organizations, while they may be built on the original Center
> for Book Arts model or one of its variations, are not affiliated with The
> Center for Book Arts. The Center for Book Arts has always provided
> encouragement to the founders of these regional Centers, has often given
> advice on fund raising and other management issues, and has welcomed these
> organizations into the Book Arts community.
> Not all the Centers use the words "Center for Book Arts" as part of their
> name, although they operate on the Center for Book Arts model. The Columbia
> College Chicago Center for the Book and Paper Arts, is an example, which
> grew out of Artists Bookworks.
> I am looking forward to seeing the article in Biblio about The CBA, but have
> not yet received a copy from Biblio.
>         Richard
>         http://www.minsky.com
> >>    In schoen gebundenen Buechern blaettert man gern.   <<
> Peter D. Verheyen
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