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Re: Book arts in Northern Italy?



Hi Josh, et al,

Your study and travel sound really neat!  I'd love to know vendors in Italy!
and teachers!  and excellent quality but low-in-price places to stay while
studying.  Although I wouldn't fuss about such info on the list, you are
right to consider that others might.  However, could you put the info in a
common place for those of us who are interested?  thanks jansapp@gte.net
----- Original Message -----
From: Josh Blatter <jblatter@CALIFORNIA.COM>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 11:51 AM
Subject: Book arts in Northern Italy?


> Hello,
>
> I will be in Northern Italy this November and am setting my
> travel itinerary.
>
> I would be grateful for any book arts recommendations you
> might be able to offer including (but not limited to!):
> paper producers and vendors; binding and printing sites; and
> libraries or bookstores with manuscript archives or book art
> resources.  Again, any suggested destinations would be much
> appreciated!
>
> (I've searched the archive of BOOK_ARTS-L -- and while two
> other individuals have posted "book arts in Italy" queries,
> there is no summary posting available.  If you would be so
> kind as to suggest your favorite sites, I would be delighted
> to post a summary to the archives so we all could benefit
> from the list expertise.)
>
> Please respond to me privately at <jblatter@california.com>.
> If you are interested in receiving a summary of my
> responses, please email me your address off-list.  Thanks
> very much for your consideration!
>
> j.
>
> Josh Blatter <jblatter@california.com>
> San Francisco, California
>
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