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>a_Name:  Claudia Dajer-Crockett
>b_Email:  catamarca@aol.com
>c_Comments:  I belong to a family which for five generations had been
>inmerse into this rare and unique art of the manual confection of
>books.  Currently, Felix A. Riveros, Jr., my uncle, is the only one who
>keeps this tradition alive, not only in my family but in the whole country
>of Argentina.  For forty six years he had been in this field -forty of
>them working alongside with his father Felix A. Riveros-accumulating an
>extensive curriculum, which it includes the crafted confection of a book
>for the Prince of Wales.  Quality of materials and detailed work had been
>a permanent caracteristic of Riveros' work, putting the Encuadernacion
>Riveros at the top of his competitors leaving them the only one who
>survived through the years.
>
>I would apreciate any information that you can provide me to be able to
>invite Mr. Riveros along with his expertice to present work shops and
>exhibitions in the USA.  It is also important to notice that a translator
>and/or interpreter would be a must.  I hope people of this country can
>take advantage of his talent and years of experience.  Please feel free to
>email me to answer any questions you may have.  Thank you,
>
>Claudia Dajer-Crockett
>Walnut Creek, California

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