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Re: Maine Made Papers
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- Subject: Re: Maine Made Papers
- From: Geoff Davis <gdavis@CCS.K12.IN.US>
- Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 11:11:31 -0500
- Message-Id: <199903111613.IAA22122@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
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I'm building a travel journal for a women who has a very strong attachment
to Maine and only has an opportunity to visit every 5-10 years. I thought
I would explore the possibility of including something material from Maine.
All of the materials that you mention would be appropriate.
The cover will feature a woodcut, there will be a corner print (again a
woodcut) on every page, the back cover will open to a large map.
I would love to incorporate a Maine paper anywhere in this construction. I
I could just use them as endpapers would be meaningful to her.
I have some strong Maine ties, too, so this project is getting extra
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
At 11:11 PM 3/10/99 EST, you wrote:
>I live in Maine and make paper on occasion and am not sure what a 'Maine
>fiber' would be exactly. I have used Maine cattails, Maine sunflowers, Maine
>seaweed and a couple of others I am sure. There are several of us up here
>who make paper who might have more interesting ones I'm sure.
>If I can be of any assistance please let me know.
Geoffrey B. Davis
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