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Re: Commonplace Journal



We had this discussion a few months back and August '98 had quite a few
postings. The archive can be accessed via the Book_Arts-L FAQ link from
the URL in the message header and my sig file.

Regarding the FAQ and Archive, you'll find many of your questions answered
there, whether it's about getting on/off the list, setting options or
finding that back posting you deleted by mistake. It's really a great
resource for all book artists, or anyone else interested in the subject in
general.

Check it out and happy hunting.

p.


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Peter Verheyen, Listowner: Book_Arts-L
mailto:pdverhey@dreamscape.com
http://www.dreamscape.com/pdverhey


On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Elsa Wachs wrote:

> I would love to find out some historical information on the
> origin of the 'blank book' called a Commonplace JournalI think it is
> meant is a personal journal in which quotable passages, literary
> excerpts, and comments are written.
>
> Does anyone know any more about it.. 200 years old??? etc...
>
> thanks,
> Elsa
> ...............................................................
>               Elsa Wachs Studios
>           http://www.elsawachs.com
> ______________________________________________________________
>


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