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Videos on conservation

From: Jack C. Thompson <tcl>
Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2003
Theresa Fairbanks-Harris <theresa.fairbanks-harris [at] yale__edu> writes

>We are looking for educational videos on the papermaking process,
>especially hand-papermaking.  Any and all suggestions are welcome,
>though we are especially interested in ones with high production

There are basically three modes of hand papermaking: early, Asian,
and European.  Within European hand papermaking there are three
modes: hand beaten fiber; stamped fiber; ground fiber.

Videotapes which show all elements are few and far between and some
of the best are protected by copyright, and are not always

In January, 2003, Elaine Koretsky <paperroad [at] aol__com> published a
videotape about sheet formation which shows early, Asian, and
European methods of making sheets of paper. "Sheet Formation Around
the World"

In 1991 I produced a short videotape about the construction of a
medieval-style papermill (stampmill) which I designed and built in

The Friends of Dard Hunter has a video library which contains tapes
showing various hand papermaking mills and various aspects of fiber

Thompson Conservation Lab.
7549 N. Fenwick
Portland, Oregon  97217
503/735-3942  (phone/fax)

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