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British Association of Paper Historians

From: Lorraine Finch <lfinch>
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2003
British Association of Paper Historians
Spring Meeting
International Relations Room
Institute of Historical Research
University of London
March 8, 2003

The programme includes an analysis of Matthias Koops' book on the
History of Papermaking; an explanation of how waste paper is
recycled into premium quality newsprint, including a description of
how the staples, glue, plastic and ink is removed; a talk about life
as a paper conservator with the opportunity to bring along samples
for discussion; and an introduction to the Original Society of
Papermakers (OSP) and a re-enactment of negotiations between the
Master Papermakers and the OSP. It is hoped that there will be time
for a talk about Mill Tokens, a rare survivor from the Papermaking

Cost: UKP10 for members and UKP5 for partners (friends), UKP15 for
non-members and UKP5 for partners. (Collected on the day.)

British Association of Paper Historians visit to Kew Economic Botany
Collections, Royal Botanic Gardens, London, April 23, 2003, starts

The visit will begin with a tour of the Collections, which comprise
many thousands of botanical specimens and the famous Parkes
Collection of paper, paper artefacts and bark. After the tour there
will be the opportunity to visit the related exhibition at Kew's
Museum No.1.

This visit is for maximum of 12.

Cost: UKP5 members, UKP10 non-members. (Collected on the day.)

If you wish to attend send an S.A.E to

    Rod Morley
    5 Dark Hill
    Faversham, Kent ME13 7SP

by the end of March.

Lorraine Finch
BAPH Publicity and Liaison Officer

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