Journal articles update

The following two journals have just arrived for the Chantry Library collection:

Art Business Today, January 2013
Printing in the Third Dimension
Artist Philip O’Reilly uses 3D printing technology to create sculpture  pp.44-46
10 low-cost ways to market your gallery
Simple promotional ideas from Laura McBeth pp.44-46

BAPH Quarterly (The Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians), No.85, January 2013
Paste and Scale Board Makers in the Late Georgian Period by Mike Malley pp.1-10
Loch Leven and the River Leven: a Landscape Transformed by David Munro pp11-12
The Origins of Eskmills by Ewen Jardine pp.13-19
A Mill on the Darent by Charles Dickens pp.19-21
(From All the Year Round, Vol.43, September 1888, pp.251-254)
From Rags to Riches: a Social History of Paper by Anne Willetts pp.22-30
Mental Mechanics by Jack Lord pp.31-33
Bleaching of Coloured Rags,1792 by Mr. Hector Campbell pp.33-34
A Brief History of Wiggins Teape UK Manufactories. Part 4 – Merger and Decline (1960-1990) by Daven Chamberlain pp.35-39
Papyrus, Parchment and Paper. Part 2. Early Writing Materials in the West: Papyrus by Richard L. Hills pp.40-45
Some Personal Recollections of Philip Kerrigan by Alan Crocker pp.46-47
Lost and Found: Part 2. Head Weir Mill, Exeter by Daven Chamberlain page 47

A quick reminder that we can supply photocopies of  journal articles, chapters from books, and conference papers, that are held in the Chantry Library collection. (Icon members are entitled to claim 10 free articles each year, so please quote your membership number with your requests). Articles can be provided either as scanned pages, or in hard copy.

To request items, just contact  Ros Buck, Librarian at chantrylibrary@icon.org.uk, or  tel: 01865 251303

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