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The Story of Paper-Making : An Account of Paper-Making from Its Earliest Known Record Down to the Present Time

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Published by J.W. Butler Paper Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1901
Used Condition Collectible-Very Good Hardcover
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viii, 136 pages; illustrations; bound in tan cloth with dark brown lettering on the spine and front cover. "The Absence of Non-Technical Works upon this Interesting Subject Prompts the Authors to Present a Treatise from the Standpoint of the Layman, and for his use". The chapters are: Articles Supplanted by Paper; Papyrus and Parchment; Origin and Early History of Paper; Early Methods of Paper-Making; Modern Paper-Making; Water-Marks and Varieties of Paper; Extent of the Business in the United States. Slight bumps to the corners. Clean copy inside and outside. Bookseller Inventory # 11100


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Title: The Story of Paper-Making : An Account of ...

Publisher: J.W. Butler Paper Company, Chicago, Illinois

Publication Date: 1901

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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