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The Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginning of Papermaking in America, Green, James
Author Name:    Green, James

Title:   The Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginning of Papermaking in America

Binding:   soft cover

Book Condition:   Very Good

Publisher:    The Library Company of Philadelphia 1990

Seller ID:   0170

This is one of those crossover items -- a booklet that would appeal to historians, particularly those of Pennsylvania history, as well as to papermakers and those interested in the book arts. It's very clean and nice and a bit oversized at 7"x10". Thirty-two pages are illustrated handsomely with photographs and maps. Excellent text follows the developments after papermaker William Rittenhouse joined forces with printer William Bradford in 1690.


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