Bull & Branch / Friends of Dard Hunter, Inc.

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Identifier: REF.SE.1507
Dimensions: v. : ill. ; 28 cm
Creation dates: 1991
Designed by: Sarah Gilfert
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Hunter, Dard, 1883-1966 [http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n50030646], Papermaking [sh85097657], Newsletters [sh85091572]
Bull & Branch was published tri-yearly by the Friends of Dard Hunter, Inc. Paper Museum from 1991 until 2008 when the publication became an online resource. About the Friends of Dard Hunter, Inc.: "Through its publications, annual meetings, and other means, the Friends will provide a forum to exchange information and educate its members and the public about the art, craft, history, science, and technology of papermaking, the book arts, and other diverse interests which captured the imagination of Dard Hunter (1883-1966). These forums and educational activities will also promote and encourage the continued and creative practice of hand papermaking, allied paper arts, the book arts, and other arts practiced by Dard Hunter. The study of paper and papermaking, preservation of historical sites and artifacts, conservation, and scientific and technical research shall all be encouraged." -http://www.friendsofdardhunter.org/ "Ironically, Hunter felt that his greatest accomplishment in life was the establishment of the Dard Hunter Paper Museum. Originally housed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1939-1954), it now comprises the majority of the collection of the American Museum of Papermaking located within the Institute of Paper Science and Technology on the campus of Georgia Tech in Atlanta." -http://www.dardhunter.com/ CBA Holdings Include: Vol. 18, No. 2 August 1999 [Printed on Cross Pointe Genesis, Milkweed, 80lb text with a vellum finish donated by Fraser Papers]