Re: Papers for Cyanotype

From: Ryuji Suzuki ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 09/14/04-12:35:09 PM Z
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From: Mike Frankel <>
Subject: Papers for Cyanotype
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 09:57:21 -0700

> At the advice of a list member, I went to Kinko's to see if they had
> Crane's #90 paper. They did not have Crane's, but had a #90 stationary
> paper made by Spring Hill.
> Will that paper be good enough to experiment with, or should I wait to
> get the Arches or Rives BFK which I have on order?

Did you read my post on this thread a couple of days ago?

I think stationery paper is cut from bond paper which has different
standard size than cover paper. Same number of pounds doesn't mean
same weight if the standard size differs. A very concise description
is found in the paper making section of Chicago Manual of Style,
which you can probably find a copy in your office or your colleagues
bookshelf, etc. If anyone knows better refs, please let me know.

Ryuji Suzuki
"You have to realize that junk is not the problem in and of itself.
Junk is the symptom, not the problem."
(Bob Dylan 1971; source: No Direction Home by Robert Shelton)
Received on Tue Sep 14 12:36:13 2004

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