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Re: [BKARTS] Binding Opportunities in SE Wisconsin?


        I am a lurker as well, also with an M.A. in Library Science.
Suggest you contact Anne Kingsbury at Woodland Pattern Book Center in
Milwaukee.  She is well-connected in everything concerning books and the
book arts in the area.  Telephone 414/263-5001, but not on a Monday.

        Good luck with your pursuit.

James A. Gollata

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Jennifer Linnig
Sent: Friday, May 07, 2004 9:20 PM
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Subject: Binding Opportunities in SE Wisconsin?

I have been a lurker here for a couple of months and have enjoyed and
learned much from the postings. I was hoping someone in my area might be
willing to offer some guidance in bookbinding. I am mostly a self-taught
bookbinder with my master's in library science. I would be willing to
commute within a couple of hours from Milwaukee, WI. Thanks in advance,

Jennifer J. Linnig

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