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Re: Bay Area paper sources



Actually its California Avenue in Palo Alto, not College Avenue. Unless
they have moved again in the last month.

bye,
Annette
anet@anet26.com

Kathy Walkup wrote:

> Accent Arts has moved to College Avenue in Palo Alto (they don't have a
> particularly outstanding selection of paper, however). There is a new
> store in the Town & Country shopping center in Palo Alto that is full of
> Japanese supplies; a whole wall of binders, for instance, and many other
> school and office-type supplies. There is some Washi as well. The store is
> great fun to spend time in.
>
> Kathleen A. Walkup
> Director, Book Arts Program
> Mills College                           P.o. Box 327
> Oakland CA 94613                        Palo Alto CA 94302
>                                         650 218 7431/tel
> 510 430 2001/tel                        650 325 7166/fax
> 510 430 3314/fax
> kwalk@mills.edu
>
> On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Jocelyn Bergen wrote:
>
> > Also in Berkeley, for "cool and unusual papers," there is Miki's Paper on
> > 4th Street near Hearst, not far from Amsterdam Art.
> >
> > In San Francisco, there are the chain stores like The Art Store, but
> > consider going to Kozo Arts on Union Street (www.kozoarts.com) or the San
> > Francisco Art Institute Store on Chestnut (in North Beach).
> >
> > As far as Sunnyvale-San Jose area goes, I've spent a lot of time down there
> > but the only places I can think of are University Art in Palo Alto (a
> > Northern California chain store), and Accent Arts in Mountain View.
> >
> > Jocelyn
> >
> >
> > > If you  get up to Berkeley, Amsterdam Art has a very nice paper
> > > selection.  It's on San Pablo and 10th St.
> > > Tish Berlin
> > > Albany, CA
> > >
> > >
> > >> Hi Folks,
> > >>
> > >> 2 questions:
> > >>
> > >> I'll be in the San Francisco bay area (mostly Sunnyvale -San Jose) in a
> > >> couple of weeks. I'm interested it knowing about any really good paper stores
> > >> for cool and unusual papers (beyond Michael's and Hobby Lobby).
> >
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