Re: Azo

From: Susan Huber ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 08/30/04-06:25:54 AM Z
Message-id: <002601c48e8c$7f8eb100$f591c8cf@ownereb7xeo44n>

Hello all, I second Jonathan's comments- they are very
good to communicate with and very dedicated. Log on to their website.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Bailey" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2004 5:07 AM
Subject: RE: Azo

> Greetings,
> Yes, I agree, Michael Smith is arguably the best source for Azo.
> He and Paula use Azo extensively and, as I understand it, purchase entire
production runs of each grade directly from Kodak. That is a great deal of
paper! They are hoping they can more-or-less single handedly keep
production of this paper going - selling off to the public what they don't
themselves need. Yes, B&H carries the paper (often *not* in all grades) -
as long as it remains available - but they would certainly not commit to
keeping it in production in the way Michael and Paula have. If Azo is a
paper you enjoy using, it seems to me worth supporting Michael.
> Here is a link to the Azo section of their website:
> Best wishes,
> Jon
> > Never heard of double weight AZO. Michael Smith and Paula Chamlee
commission Kodak to keep on making it at all.
> >> Anyone know if double weight Azo is still available? I know B&H has
the single weight in stock. Thanks for any info.
> Don
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Received on Mon Aug 30 06:26:51 2004

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