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In , Old Papermaking in China and Japan was published by the Mountain House Press. It was the last book to be printed with Hunterís type. In he traveled to Japan, Korea, and China; in , to Indo-China and Siam; and in to India. Several books on hand papermaking in these countries followed, all quartos printed with Caslon type. “A wide and vague impression exists that so-called Eastern religion is more contemplative, innocuous, and humane than the proselytizing monotheisms of the West. Don't believe a word of this: try asking the children of Indochina who were dumped by their parents for inherited deformities that were attributed to sins in a previous 'life.”. Hand Papermaking in Central Burma and Northern Thailand by Stephanie Watkins Getty Fellow in Paper Conservation, Northeast Document Conservation Center, Andover, MA, The Union of Myanmar (pronounced mee an' mar), also known as Burma, and Thailand, formerly known as Siam, are neighboring countries in Asia. Master Papermaker; PAPERMAKING IN INDO-CHINA. By Dard Hunter. Illustrated with photographs. pp. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press. $
Jun 01, · Therefore, he had a unique perspective both as a journalist and as a scholar. His definitive book, India's China War, set the record straight once and for all. Ironically, in a country claiming to be a democracy, India banned his book. The truth was just too inconvenient. However, it was read by Henry Kissinger, who recommended it to President Cited by: book, printed in the type made by Hunter for this book on paper supplied by J. Barcham Green and made on Hunter’s own moulds. Hunter’s first book on papermaking history contains chapters on watermarks, with a survey of early American watermarks and specimens of Hunter’s light-and-shade watermarked paper, bearing his profile and name. Prospectus (for Indo-China, ) Hunter, Dard [Sr.] Papermaking in Indo-China: Prospectus. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, This is now a scarce item, the only available copies of which tend to be bound with Papermaking in Indo-China (an expensive item); I have not yet seen it. Dard Hunter. Papermaking in Indo-China. Chillicothe OH: Dard Hunter, Mountainhouse Press, First Edition, one of copies signed by Hunter (copy number ). Quarto. pages. With sixteen photographic plates inserted throughout. Two samples of Chinese paper mounted. Complete. This edition has been specially bound by Peter Franck in Sherman, Connecticut.
First edition. “An exceedingly rare book of ninety-six pages relating to the oldest record of papermaking discovered in nature, with proposals for new materials for making paper. The essay is printed on paper fabricated from conferva, a water plant, called by Senger water wool. The American Museum of Papermaking New Home to the Dard Hunter Collection by Cathleen A. Baker. Reprinted with permission, from Bookways, A Quarterly Journal of Book Arts, No. 12, July , p. Two dates have been corrected and the last paragraph, telling about the meeting of the Friends of Dard Hunter, has been kauainenehcp.com: Cathleen A. Baker. This was the color scheme NOT chosen for the numbered copies. Richly illustrated with original light-and-shade watermarked leaves, and 5 original double leaves from Old Paper-Making, Papermaking in Siam, Old Papermaking in China and Japan, Papermaking in Indo . Feb 22, · kauainenehcp.com - Buy India's China War book online at best prices in India on kauainenehcp.com Read India's China War book reviews & author details and more at /5(20).