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[BKARTS] American Bookbinders Museum

I just stumbled into this interesting museum and its web site, and look
forward to its flourishing.

"The American Bookbinders Museum began as the private collection of
equipment and publications held by Taurus Bookbinding of San Francisco. In
2006, the collection outgrew the modest bindery and so the museum was
created and was moved to a new location that allows the public to view the

< http://www.bookbindersmuseum.com/about.html >

Couldn't locate mention of it in the Book_Arts-l archive.

Alan Shalette

               The Bonefolder, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2007
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     Visit "The Book of Origins: A survey of American Fine Binding"
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