2 edition of survey of early papermaking found in the catalog.
survey of early papermaking
Robert K. Johnson
Originally published in Aspects of librarianship, no.3, summer, 1953, Kent, Ohio. Kent State University Department of Librarianship (reissued bypermission).
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Making this book could be likened to walking in the footsteps of Dard Hunter; or, in a less romantic but perhaps more accurate way to completing a doctoral dissertation. The book had its genesis in when Nida Dumsang, visiting from the Philippines, taught a one day papermaking workshop in Santa Cruz. The book seems to sit on the divide between two eras, and as such it makes fascinating reading for those interested in this period of papermaking history. It is most valuable to the present study, however, in its discussion, in a single text, of fermentation and cooking, rag and wood fiber preparation, rosin and alum internal and gelatin.
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Arabic texts never use the term mill in connection with papermaking and the most thorough account of Muslim papermaking at the time, the one by the Zirid Sultan Al-Muizz ibn Badis, describes the.
The paperback book is pages long and contains 50 different techniques for making and embellishing handmade paper. The start of the book contains an introduction which describes paper making and the process the plant fibres go through to create paper. This is something that seems to be missing from a lot of similar books but it really helps /5(27).
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