Speaking of Paper : The Anita Lynn Forgach Keynote Speakers, 1998-2005 / Friends of Dard Hunter, Inc.

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Identifier: REF.PA.2165
Object type: Books
Dimensions: 133 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 18 x 26 cm
Creation dates: 2010
"This volume contains reprints or reworkings of the presentations of the Anita Lynn Forgach Speakers from 1998 - 2005. In addition, the volume includes a reprint of an article that appeared in 1998 in 'Hand Papermaking' about the work of Anita Lynn Forgach. We remember her creative spirit and love of paper as the driving forces behind the development of the keynote speaker award." -- Introduction. "Published by the Friends of Dard Hunter, Inc. in celebration of their twenty-fifth anniversary (2006) of gathering together as Friends in support of the Dard Hunter Collection at the Robert C. Williams Paper Museum, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia" -- Title page verso. Edition of 300 copies. Table of Contents -- Introduction / Whitney Baker -- Papermaking New Zealand Style / Mark Lander -- The Golden Age of Origami / Michael G. LaFosse -- Dard Hunter and The "Bark-Paper" of the Pacific / Roderick H. Ewins -- Backwoods Papermaking : An Immigrant's Guide (Abstract) / John Bidwell -- Written With Water : Another Life with Paper / Lilian Bell -- Blood and Paper : Dard Hunter and Ritual Sacrifice among Native Americans of Mexico / Alan Sandstrom -- Why the Friends? Reflections by your First President / Timothy Barrett -- The world Before Paper / Gladys Frantz-Murphy -- Lynn Forgach : A Life in Paper / Pat Almonrode