2 edition of Some notes on papermaking in County Durham. found in the catalog.
Some notes on papermaking in County Durham.
C. F. Maidwell
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Published "in association with Durham County Local History Society." Description: xix, pages. Grass for Papermaking (PH 26, March ); C. Maidwell, Some Notes on Paper making in County Durham (PH 47, July ); John Gavin, Some Notes on Paper making in Cumbria, with map (PH 51, June ); C.
Maidwell, Some Notes on Papermaking in Northumberland, with an Appendix on Haughton Mill (PH 52, De. Extracts from the Moorsley County School Log Book referring to any item of information about the local miners, - Some notes on the history of St. John' s College, Durham, and its buildings. The Papermaking Annandales of County Durham: John Annandale and Sons Ref: Library Pamphlets Vol B 20/2.
Some Notes on Papermaking in County Durham (History of the Book Trade in the North, Working Paper PH 47/ July ) MAIDWELLGEN: Maidwell, C.F., Notes on Papermaking in Britain, typescript notes in 2 vols.
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A new book is putting a long-neglected North East industry back on the historical map. For at least a century and a half papermaking formed a significant part of the economy of Author: Evening Chronicle. At the end of that week I am running a short course at lovely West Dean, ‘An Introduction to Creative Papermaking’, Friday 30 October – Sunday 1 November.
(Suitable for all) Course Reference: WE At West Dean we will be exploring traditional western papermaking techniques to create paper artworks inspired by the landscape. For at least a century and a half papermaking formed a significant part of the economy of County Durham, yet its existence has been largely ignored by industrial historians.
The Lost Mills A History of Papermaking in County Durham is the definitive study of all the known mills in the county from the first recorded example in the s to the.
I had an exciting trip yesterday to West Dean to discuss running some papermaking workshops for them next year. I’ll post up more information soon but I can say that the initial course will be part of a themed week on cloth and thread with three artist / makers, me, Matthew Harris (who has recently worked on ‘Field Notes’, a brilliant collaboration with composer Howard Skempton) and Liz.
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The s and s saw the publication of book-length studies on Cited by: 6. The article concentrates on the development of papermaking in the area beforeit is an attempt to rectify that situation by revealing something of Co. Durham's papermaking past, in the hope that more will be unveiled by other researchers.
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