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Bookbinding Workshop in Florence, Italy



This is being passed on to all of you. If anyone is interested, please
respond  directly to the original poster who is NOT on the list. Sounds
like a great location for a class to me...

p.

>From: SGogliorme@aol.com
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>X-Dreamscape-Track-B: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 12:41:05 -0500 (EST)
>Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 12:40:50 EST
>To: pdverhey@dreamscape.com
>Subject: (no subject)
>X-Mailer: AOL 4.0 for Windows 95 sub 13
>
>
>Dear Mr. Verheyen:
>
>I humbly ask that you excuse this intrusion into your mailbox.  I write to
>notify you of a bookbinding course that will be conducted in Florence, Italy,
>this summer in the hope that you might pass this information along to any who
>might be interested in learning the crafts of bookbinding and restoration.
>
>While writing for Let's Go, a budget travel guide, as an undergraduate in the
>summer of 1996, I happened upon a small book shop in Florence.  So impressed
>was I with the charm of the owners and the beauty of their work that I have
>maintained contact with them since.  They plan to teach this course and asked
>that I hang up flyers in New York City.  I decided that a Web search might be
>fruitful, and I noticed your site.  Because of your experience in this field,
>I assumed that you might be able to spread the word or perhaps just give me a
>suggestion about how I might go about publicizing this.
>
>Anyone interested in the course can obtain all the necessary information
>directly from the instructor, Raffaele De Dominicis, at:
tq384@mail.comply-net.com.
>
>I hope that this does not inconvenience you at all.  I would very much
>appreciate a response.  Thank you for your time and attention.
>
>Salvatore Gogliormella


                                >>> I loved working in the library. <<<
>>There was something to be said for working in a place bound in leather.<<

Peter D. Verheyen
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