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Re: [BKARTS] vegetable parchment



Carol,

Most likely it is just what you said; tracing paper.
Draftsmen used to use that type of paper. Perhaps they
still do.

Regards,

Ed


--- Carole Vanderhoof <CaroleVanderhoof@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Found a box in the back of the bindery - looks like
> from the =
> 50's...label says "Patapar brand=20
> vegetable parchment" Paterson Parchment paper
> company - High Wet =
> Strength, Grease Resistance.=20
>
> Inside is a stack of 7"x8" paper that looks like
> tracing paper....anyone =
> know what it is or what it is for?
> Carole
>
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