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Re: [BKARTS] Wood for Book Covers



Thanks, everyone for your good suggestions. I'll try contacting Jim Croft.
I'm hoping to take one of his bookmaking workshops next spring--his books
are really amazing.

Barbara


On 7/29/08, Jeffrey Barr <jeffreybarr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Jim Croft can be reached through:
>
> www.geocities.com/oldways_id
>
> I think his email is:
>
> oldway@xxxxxxxxxx
>
> Jeffrey Barr
> 671 Orange St., Apt. 9
> New Haven, CT 06511-2571
>
> (203) 789-8681
> jeffreybarr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
> Tom Trusky wrote:
>
>> Barb,
>>
>> You need to contact your Idaho countryman Jim Croft in Santa, ID.  He's
>> the master of indigenous wooden boards.  I'm not certain Croft is
>> "wired" but Jack Thompson in Portland (come in, Jack?)  probably can
>> give you the best contact info--or also answer.
>>
>> Tom
>>
>> Tom Trusky, Director
>> Hemingway Western Studies Center and
>> Professor of English
>> Boise State University
>> 1910 University Drive
>> Boise, ID  83725
>> USA
>> (208) 426-1999 tel
>> (208) 426-4373 fax
>> ttrusky@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> http://english.boisestate.edu/ttrusky
>>
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Barbara Simler
Moon Bindery
Kamloops, BC
http://moonbindery.etsy.com
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