Paperwoman stayed local last week as she  had the opportunity to take a tour of the book conservation lab and bindery at Brown University’s John Hay and Rockefeller Libraries through the Watts Program. Here’s some quick glimpses of what was she saw, including an ancient Ethiopian hand-scribed, Christian manuscript with coptic binding,  a wonderful piece…

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…in Providence, anyway… The AS220 Print Shop will be celebrating their new and expanded location, with a Holiday Sale, in the recently-restored Mercantile Building at 131 Washington Street, in downtown Providence: December 11th, 10AM-2PM. Paperwoman will be there too, so stop by to say “hello” or “konnichwa”. I’ll be carrying some fresh-baked paper items in…

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Our Great Land of Diversity What did I do over summer vacation? It started off with……perfect weather days in Rhode Island. Visiting some Wamponaog old acquaintances on Martha’s Vineyard in Aquinnah. Having spent many summers here as a youth I couldn’t help but reminisce with the salt air, breathtaking ocean views. It was great to…

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