Colorado Florida Illinois
Maryland Michigan Minnesota
North Carolina
South Carolina
The Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049

(310) 440 7300
Tue-Wed 11-7.00
Thur-Frid 11-9.00
Sat-Sun 10-6.00
Closed Mondays and
major US holidays

Parking reservations required
Metro Bus 561 and
Santa Monica Big Blue Bus 14
stop at the entrance

Hiromi Paper International 2525 Michigan Ave. Bergamot Station G9 Santa Monica, CA (310) 998-0098 A wonderful store/gallery for Japanese paper, bookbinding and papermaking supplies
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino,
CA 91108.
(626) 405 2100
Open Tue-Fri 12.0-4.30
Sat & Sun 10.30-4.30 Summer schedule from June through August,
Tue-Fri 10.30- 4.30
(see footnote 10)
Karpeles - Santa Barbara
(see footnote 6)
21 West Anapamu St
Santa Barbara CA
(805) 962 5322
Mon-Fri 9.00-4pm
Closed Holidays
Directions: Take State Street up to the end of the 1100 block, which will be Anapamu Street, then turn left onto Anapamu Street and walk a half a block.
Pettingell Book Bindery 2181 Bancroft Way Berkeley
CA 94704-1421
(510) 845 3653  
San Francisco
Art Institute
800 Chestnut St
San Francisco
(415) 771 7020 There is a 'Students' Store' here, at which a bit of prowling around will give you rewards in various calligraphic supplies. Well worth a visit.
San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin Street
San Francisco
CA 94102

415 557 4560
Fri 12-6pm
Sat 10-6pm
12 noon-5pm Closed Monday.
We will be happy to send your our brochures.

(see footnote 11)
Scripps College Press 1030 Columbia Avenue Sheets 100 Claremont, CA 91711 About 30 miles east of downtown LA 909 607 3866
Mon & Wed 10-5
By appointment other days
(see footnote 12)
Sterling Art 18871 Teller Avenue, Irvine CA (USA) -- about 1 mile due east of John Wayne Airport (714) 553 0101
Mon-Fri 8am-7pm
Sat-Sun 9am- 5.30pm Closed on various major holidays
(Easter, Christmas, New Year's, etc.)
(see footnote 13)
The Unique Company 838 Grant Avenue
San Francisco
(415) 981 2036 This looks like a gift shop, but an inquiry will produce inksticks (the best they recommend will have a little "101" printed on one side), inkstones (try for a round one, with flat bottom and a lid ), and a wonderful assortment of pointed brushes, of bewildering quality and varying prices. If your clerk is an older man, so much the better, for his experience and understanding, if he's still there. This is a sort of Mecca for oriental writing tools.
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Norlin Library Special Collections Dept. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309-0184
Located in NORLIN northwest side of the 3rd floor, Room N345

(30)3 492 8705
Tues, Wed & Fri
9-Noon & 2- 5pm.

A nice collection of artist books.
Photo ID required.
Paper Pleasures 270 Columbine Street Denver,
Colorado 80206
(303) 370 1280
Mon-Sat 10.30am-6 pm
Sun noon-4pm
Retail store specializing in paper, fine pens, photo albums, guest books, work of local book artists, some bookbinding materials.
Information available about local book arts and calligraphy happenings
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Karpeles - Jacksonville
(see footnote 6)
101 East 1st. Street at Laura Street Florida

(904) 356 2992
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.30pm Sat & Sun 10.00-4.00pm
Closed Holidays

Directions: From downtown, take Main Street North to State Street, then turn left onto State Street and proceed one block to Laura Street. Go North on Laura Street to 1st Street. It is on the Northwest corner.
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Aiko's 3347 North Clark Street Chicago,
Il 60657
773 404 5600
Tues-Sat 10.00 to 5.00pm
The most serene of all paper stores, Aiko¹s has a huge selection of Japanese papers, brushes, bookcloth and other tools related to bookbinding and papermaking.
The Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts

1104 South Wabash, 2nd Floor Chicago,
Il 60605

312 344 6630
Mon-Sat 9.30 5.00
Offers an MFA program, as well as public classes in letterpress printing, bookbinding and papermaking.
Crane Paper (in Watertower Place) 835 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Il 60611 312 397 1936 Sells all the 'Crane' products of invitations, envelopes, paper and related products. Great for quantity for large projects.
John M Flaxman Library/ School of Art
Institute of Chicago
37 South Wabash Chicago
Il 60603-3103
312 899 5098 Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection
International Importing Bead & Novelty Co. 111. N. Wabash
7th Floor Chicago,
Il 60602
312 332 0061 Fabulous selection of beads, buttons and decorative trimmings for bookbinding etc. Discount given to beads by the opposed to individual beads. Thousands of bead choices, very small store but has everything.
Newberry Library 60 West Walton Street Chicago, 60610 312 943 9090
hours of operation vary
Closed on major holidays
Different exhibitions pertaining to the book arts. Gift shop was not open on Monday but appeared to have some nice products. This is a reading library and no books can be taken out. Apparently have a wonderful selection of manuscripts which can be viewed with prior approval. The exhibit that was showing when I was there entitled "Florentine Humanism and the Church Fathers" was excellent.
Paper Source 232 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago,
Il 60610
312 337 0741 Fabulous selection of papers. All sizes, pre-cut and pre-packaged. Every envelope size from A2 to A9 in hundreds of paper types and colours. Great choice and prices are good.
Papyrus (in Watertower Place) 835 N. Michigan Ave. Level 3 Chicago
Il 60611
312 266 9945 Stationery and gift store. Nice selection of note cards.
Pearl Art & Craft Supplies 225 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago,
Il 60610
312 915 0200 A large selection of art materials, papers, paints, brushes etc. Very large store and reasonably priced.
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Dolphin Paper Company 1043 S. Virginia Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana 1 800 346 2770 Fine art and bookbinding papers at wholesale prices. Knowledgeable & friendly to calligraphers.
Lilly Library 7th Street, Fountain Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana 812 855 2452
Mon-Fri 9-6
Sat 9-1

Closed Sundays
Rare books and manuscripts. Contact them prior to visit to arrange viewing of selected manuscripts and possible display of specific books.
Handmade Paper
100 East Third Street in Brookston.
Third St. is the same as State Rd. #18 (the main street of town),. is located between the railroad track and a wonderful bakery which serves a great lunch and desserts all afternoon!
765 563 -3119
Monday through Friday 8.00am--5.00pm
See handmade paper being made and buy both handmade paper for calligraphy and book arts and more along with papermaking and book arts supplies. We have a store on the main street in Brookston and are We sell a huge selection of handmade paper and supplies here at the mill. When people are here, they can probably see us making paper.
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Oh My Word Calligraphy 8191 Main Street Ellicott City, Maryland 21043 Phone: 410-461-3236
Open 7 days a week
Mon-Sat 11am to 6pm
Sundays noon to 6pm
Calligraphy gallery which sells framed work of various calligraphers and lettering artists.
Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, Maryland

600 N. Charles Street,
(in the historic Mt. Vernon Cultural District)
(see footnote 14)

410 547 9000
Tue-Fri 11-5pm
Sat & Sun10-8pm
1st Thursday of every month 10-4pm
Extended hours may apply for special exhibitions.
The Walters has a fantastic permanent collection of Medievial Illuminated Manuscripts and will always have some on display. The time just prior to Christmas always has the best display.
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Hollander's 407 North Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

734 741 7531
Mon-Fri 10.00-6.00
Sat 9.00-5.00
Sun 12.00- 5.00

A great range of decorative papers and bookbinding supplies.
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Karpeles Manuscript Library
(see footnote 6)
Duluth Museum 902 East 1st. Street (across from the St. Lukes Hospital entrance) Minnesota (803) 853 4651
Seven days a week

Closed Winter Mondays
(Labor Day through Memorial Day)
and Closed Holidays
Directions: Take Superior Street, go East to 9th Avenue East. Then turn left and go up the hill one block to 1st Street. It is on the Southeast corner.
The Loft Literary Center Suite 200, Open Book 1011 Washington Ave. South, Minneapolis,
MN 55415
(612) 215 2575
9-5pm Tue through Fri

Minnesota Center for Book Arts

Suite 100, Open Book 1011 Washington Ave. South, Minneapolis,
MN 55415
(612) 338 3634
Tue 10-9pm
Wed-Fri 10-5pm
Sat 10-4pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Minnesota Center for Book Arts has opened the doors to its new home as part of the Open Book building.
(see footnote 8)
Milkweed Editions Suite 300, Open Book 1011 Washington Ave. South, Minneapolis,
MN 55415
(612) 332 3192  
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New Hampshire

Colophon Book Shop 72 Portsmouth Ave., Stratham Plaza, Stratham, NH
( just a few miles from Exeter)

(603) 772-8443

Open Tues through Fri 10-5pm Saturday10-3pm
or by appointment.

Besides our specialty of books about books, bibliography, books on bookbinding, typography, and calligraphy, we also have a stock of literary first editions, poetry, mysteries and science fiction.

We are an hour north of Boston off Interstate 95, take Route 101 (exit 2) in New Hampshire, west to exit 11. Take a right at the bottom of the off-ramp onto Portsmouth Ave., another mile and a half and you'll see Stratham Plaza on your right.

New York
Karpeles - Buffalo
(see footnote 6)
453 Porter Street Buffalo New York

(716) 885 4139
Mon-Sat 10.00-5.00pm Sun 1.00pm-5.00pm
Closed Holidays

From Downtown Buffalo, start at Niagara Street (Highway 266), proceed North on Niagara Street until you reach Jersey Street. Turn right onto Jersey Street and proceed on Jersey Street for 5½ blocks to Porter Street. The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum is on the southwest corner.
Kent Lakes      
D. H. Productions Papermill & Press Proprietress:
Marie-Celeste Edwards
Varley Place, 151 South Knapp Court Kent Lakes NY 10512 (914) 228 3957 and (888) 343 4263
Open to the public by appointment only
Tue through Friday

Give us a day's notice by email or phone and we'll be happy to give you directions.
DHP is a unique hand papermaking and binding studio located in the Hudson Valley of New York, and here we make our own handmade paper and book-cloth from recycled old clothes and fabric scraps. With our handmade paper and book-cloth, we bind fabulous books, boxes, albums, make cards, bookmarks etc.
The Newburgh Karpeles Manuscript Library will open in several weeks.
94 Broadway,
in the center of town across from City Hall.
(914) xxx-xxxx
Mon-Fri 9.00-4 pm Closed Holidays
(see footnote 6)
New York
Baggot Leaf Company 430 Broome Street,
New York, NY 10013
212 431-gold Supplies and classes for gilders
Bound & Unbound 601 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
212 463 7348 Artists' books in the cutting edge district
The Center for
Book Arts
28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor New York, New York 10001
(between 6th and Broadway. Broadway is East of 6th Avenue in this neighborhood.)

(212) 481-0295
Mon through Sat 10-6pm
Admission is free.

(see footnote 9)
Chinatown Gallery & Arts Supplies Inc 40 Elizabeth Street (near canal) New York, NY 10013 212 219 -2828 Contacts:Karen Wong & Simon Ho
The Cloisters

Fort Tryon Park
New York

212 923 3700
Tues -Sun
9.30-5.15 (Mar-Oct)
9.30-4.45 (Nov-Feb)

An 'ambiance museum', remains one of the great world collections of Medieval art. The Hours of Jeanne d' Evreux and the Belles Heures of Jean de Berry are usually on display.
(Paul Werner)
Columbia University
Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Alan & Margaret Kempner Gallery
Butler Library
6th Floor Columbia University
535 West 114th Street
New York 10027
212 854 2231 Difficult of access; occasional displays of book arts ancient and contemporary. (Paul Werner)
The Grolier Club 47 East 60th Street, New York 10022. 212 838 6690
Mon-Sat 10:00-5:00
More of a club than a gallery; frequently runs shows devoted to the book arts. (Paul Werner)
Joe's Fabrics & Trimmings 102 &110 Orchard Street,
New York, 10002
212 674 7089 Terrific bargains in cloth remnants
Kate's Paperie 561 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
212 941 9816  
Kate's Paperie 8 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
212 633 0570  
Kate's Paperie 51282 Third Ave
New York, NY 10021
212 396 -3670  
H P Kraus 16 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017
212 687 4808 One of the world's foremost dealers of rare books and manuscripts
Kremer Pigmente 228 Elizabeth Street and Prince New York, NY 10012.    
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Fifth Avenue at 81st Street, New York. 212 535 7710 Tues/Wed/Thu/Sun
Fri/Sat 9.30-8.45
Monday Closed
Islamic Collections
  (see footnote 1)
Chinese Collections
  (see footnote 2)
Medieval Collections
  (see footnote 3)
Ethiopian Gospel Book
  (see footnote 4)
Egyptian Book of the Dead   (see footnote 5)
New York Central Art Supply - Fine Paper Department 62 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10003
212 473 -7705  
Pearl Paint 308 Canal Street
New York, NY 10013
The Pierpont Morgan Library 29 East 36th Street
(at Madison)
212 685 0008
Tues-Thur, 10.30-5.00
Sat 10.30-6.00
Sun noon-6.00
Possibly the finest collection of Medieval manuscripts in America, though only sporadically displayed. The reference library is also outstanding. (Paul Werner)
Printed Matter 77 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10012
212 925 0325 Artists' books
Sepp Gold Leaf Products Inc. 381 Park Avenue South, #1301, between 27th and 28th
New York, NY 10016
212 683 2840 (wholesale only)
Swann Galleries 104 East 25th Street
New York, NY 10010
212 254 4710 Auctioneer for rare books and manuscripts
Talas 568 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
212 219 0776  
Henry Westphal 105 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10001
212 563 5999  
More information about
New York can be found at Paul Werner's website
Memorial Art Gallery 500 University Ave Rochester
NY 14607-1415
716 473 7720
TTY 716 473 6152 Tues noon - 9
Wed-Fri 10-4
Saturday 10-5
Sunday noon-5

General admission $5
Special exhibitions may have an additional admission fee.

The Gallery Store is open during all regular Gallery hours and until 5 pm Wednesday-Saturday.

Closed Mondays
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North Carolina
Pat Johns Handmade Books Hands Gallery Crafts Co-op 543 W. King St. Boone, North Carolina USA (828) 297-3750
The gallery is open every day except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day (the 4th Thursday of November)
10 - 6pm
Handmade books and handmade papers. Demonstrations twice monthly at the Hands Gallery Crafts Co-op.
Visitors can phone to arrange demonstrations
Susan Lightcap
Vessels of the Spirit
2 Wall Street
Suite 106 Asheville
North Carolina 28801
(828) 232 0202 A studio artist making one-of-a-kind books, decorative papers and handmade paper.
Visitors welcome by appointment
Geneva Public Library 860 Sherman Street Geneva, Ohio 44041 (440) 466 4521
Mon- Thur 9.30-8pm
Fri 9.30-4.30pm
Sat 9.30-1.30pm
(June through August) 9.30-4.30pm
(all other months)
Sun: Closed May thr Oct
1-4 pm (all other months)
A special room is set aside for the Spencerian Collection, memorabilia pertaining to Platt Rogers Spencer, 1800-1864, the man who developed the Spencerian Script style of writing and taught it to teachers in the Jericho School there from 1853-1863. It formerly stood next to his home in Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio.
(see footnote 7)
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Art Media
downtown location
902 Southwest Yamhill Portland, OR 97205

503 223 3724
Mon Sat 9.00am 6.30pm Sun noon-5.00pm

Art supply store
Multnomah County Library - Central Branch 801 SW 10th Avenue, Portland, OR 97205 503-988-5123
Mon-Thur 9.00-9pm
Fri&Sat 9.00-6pm
Sun 1.00-5pm
The Paper Zone Beaverton location 10029 SW Nimbus Beaverton, OR 97005 503 641 8112
Mon-Fri 8.00am-7.00pm Sat 10.00am-6.00 pm
Sun 11.00am-6.00pm
Art Supply Store
The Paper Zone Portland location 1136 S.E.
Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214
503 233 2933
Mon-Fri 8.00am-7.00pm Sat 10.00am-6.:00 pm
Sun 11.00am- 5.00pm
Art supply store
Powell's Books - downtown location 1005 West Burnside Portland, OR 97209 503 228 4651
toll free 1 800 878 7323 Mon-Sat-9.00am-11.00pm Sun 9.00am-9.00pm
Book store
Powell's Books - Beaverton location 8725 Southwest Cascade Avenue Cascade Plaza Beaverton, OR 97008 503 643 3131
Mon-Sat-9.00am-9.00pm Sun 10.00am-6.00pm
Book store
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Paul Brubaker 2350 Division Hwy Ephrata PA 17522 (717) 354 3091
Phone for Appointment
Sells new, used and rebuilt book binding equipment at incredibly reasonable rates.
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South Carolina      
Karpeles Manuscript Library
(see footnote 6)
Charleston Museum 68 Spring St, Charleston
South Carolina
(803) 853 4651
Tue-Sat 11.00-4.00pm Closed Holidays
Directions: Coming in the old but developing neighborhood of Elliotburough. From the Visitors Center, take Meeting Street 3½ blocks North, then turn left on Spring Street and take Spring Street 3 blocks West.
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Asel's 1524 North Main 222 8681
Mon-Fri 8.30-6pm
Sat 9-5pm
John Herweck's 300 Broadway 227 1349
Thurs 8.30-7pm
Sat 9-1pm
Mooney's Art Gallery, 8302 Broadway

824 8214
Mon-Sat 9-6pm

NanEtte Richardson Fine Art Gallery
426 E. Commerce Street
San Antonio Tx 78205
(210) 224 1550
Mon-Sat 10.00- 5.30pm
(It is very close to the Alamo - a block away, I think, and right next to the Riverwalk).
NanEtte Richardson Fine Art Gallery
Suite 105,
555 E. Basse Road,
San Antonio Tx 78209
(in the Village On The Green, kind of in the central-north part of town).
(210) 930 1343
Mon-Sat 10.00- 5.30pm
Paper Routes 404 Exposition Dallas, TX 75226 214-828-9494 Paper Routes is a great store in downtown Dallas that imports all sorts of fine papers for artists.
Teri Lenoir, owner
Texas Art Supply 2001 Montrose
Houston Tx
(713) 526 5221  
Texas Art Supply 2237 So. Voss Road
Houston Tx
(713) 780 0440  
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Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum - Tacoma
(see footnote 6)
407 So. G Street, Tacoma (206) 383 2575 Directions:
(see footnote 15)
Seattle Art Supply 2108 Western Ave. Seattle, WA 98121 206 625 0711
800 223 2787
(located about a block from the north end of Pike Place Market)
Turtle Press
Studio & Store

2215 NW Market St. Seattle,
WA 98107

206 706 3186
Mon 11.00-5.00
Tues-Sat 10.00-6.00

Paper arts supplies including book arts supplies, hand made and paste papers, hand bound books and journals and classes
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Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum 1619 Jefferson Street Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241

800 228 6416
Mon-Sat 9.00-5.00
Sun 1.00-5.00

A museum to preserve and display all the original equipment and patterns used in the manufacture of wood type. The town of Two Rivers is also where the ice cream sundae was invented, so that's an added bonus to your visit!
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1 Copies of the Quran, Persian and Mughal illuminations, inscriptions on ceramics, an early printed talisman. These galleries are occasionally closed due to staffing shortages.
(Paul Werner)

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2 The Chinese collections are particularly strong in pre-Yuan writing, and the curatorial attention to calligraphy is evident in the labels. Oracle-bone inscriptions on the early bronzes are enlarged and explained; the Southern Song collection is magnificent and there are a series of rubbings from the early master Wang Xizhi (303-361 CE). Finally, don't miss the series of pastiches by the early Qing calligrapher Bada Shanren (1702). (Paul Werner)
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3 A small group of manuscript pages, along with several leather ink-wells, and a fine collection of ivory covers. To the left of the Medieval Hall. (Paul Werner)
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4 A new acquisition, a large illuminated fifteenth-century Gospel from Ethiopia. in the Michael C. Rockefeller wing (African Art). (Paul Werner)
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5 An early Ptolemaic version of the well -known vademecum.(Egyptian Art). (Paul Werner)
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6 The Karpeles Library is the world's largest private holding of important original manuscripts & documents. The archives include Literature, Science, Religion, History and Art. Among the treasures are .... The original draft of the Bill of Rights of the United States, The original manuscript of The Wedding March, Einstein's description of his Theory of Relativity, The Thanksgiving Proclamation signed by George Washington, Roget's Thesaurus, Webster's Dictionary and over one million more.
7 The collection includes more than 500 items, approximately 1/3 of which are of a genealogical nature. It also includes penmanship items ranging from letters and notes to decorative flourishing, school memorabilia, even a political pendent and a showpiece from the 1853 New York World's Fair. The collection is open to scholarly study. A slide program, regarding the family, will be given to groups upon adequate prior arrangement. (back to Ohio) (back to top)
8 As a result of the move, MCBA will nearly double its space, making it the country's largest, most comprehensive center of its kind--a workshop, classroom, gallery, archive and retail store all in one. Visitors can watch various aspects of bookmaking in progress and MCBA wil continue to offer a variety of programs from youth tours to lectures to classes in bookbinding, papermaking and letterpress printing. Book artists of all abilities can participate in MCBA's Tuesday night Open Studio or rent studio space. The two other major tenants of Open Book are The Loft Literary Center and Milkweed Press. A coffeehouse and a bookstore are also scheduled to open soon in the building. Open Book provides a creative environment for writers, readers, artists and publishers to work together, along with financial stability for the 3 main tenants and future opportunities for collaboration.
9 The Center for Book Arts is dedicated to preserving the traditional crafts of book-making, as well as exploring and encouraging contemporary interpretations of the book as an art object. Founded in 1974, it was the first not-for-profit organization of its kind in the nation, and has since become a model for others around the world. Its work is channelled through five program areas: exhibitions related to the arts of the book; lectures on topics of interest to book artists and craftspeople; a modest publication schedule; services to artists, both established and emerging and, much the most prominent currently, an extensive offering of classes. Each year the Center offers three terms of courses, workshops and seminars taught by experienced book artists, and providing hands-on training in all aspects of traditional and contemporary bookmaking, including bookbinding, letterpress printing, papermaking , and other associated arts.
10 Located just east of Pasadena, California, the Huntington is on 130 acres of beautiful flower and garden covered grounds. Multiple gallery buildings exhibit art, statuary and manuscripts. The most famous manuscripts exhibited are a large vellum illuminated Gutenburg Bible and a beautifully scripted Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The most famous art being the Blue Boy by Gainsborough and Pinkie by Lawerence. Restaurant/cafeteria and a tea room is on the grounds. Tea room is very special, but reservations are required (626) 683-8131. Parking is free, Adult admission is $8.50, $8 for seniors, $6 for students, and free for children under 12.
11 The San Francisco Public Library is home to the Harrison Collection of Calligraphy & Lettering. This collection is particularly rich in the work of English and American calligraphers of the twentieth century, with an excellent reference collection to support the study of the art of writing. Since this is a research collection, all materials must be used onsite; they do not circulate. Please let us know what you are interested in. Please call us during our open hours
12 We hold exhibitions of book arts from time to time at Denison Library at Scripps College and in the Humanities Museum. We have two Frederic W. Goudy Lectures on the Book Arts every year, free and open to the public. And two Goudy Workshops, for a fee. We publish two books a year which are available for sale. And there are two publication parties as well. The year 2001 will be the 60th birthday of the founding of the Scripps College Press.
13 Art supply store - including (but not limited to) inks, wide range of papers (including many hand-made - pens (from inexpensive to expensive), art books, gift wrap and cards. No catalog to my knowledge, but they do maintain a mailing list that sends out information about sales A minimum 15% 'human being' discount on all products is also offered
Cecilia -- this is truly an amazing place -- everytime I go there, I wish I had an unlimited wallet as there are so many wonderful things! Mary Dee
14 The Walters Art Gallery is located at The museum is a twenty minute walk north of Baltimore's Inner Harbor and downtown business district. The Walters is conveniently located near MTA bus lines (Numbers 3, 11, 31, 61, 62, and 64) and the Centre Street Light Rail Stop.
15 Directions: Take Highway 5 from Seattle. Turn onto Highway 705 to enter the City of Tacoma. Take the 15th Street South exit and proceed west (up the hill) to Tacoma Avenue. Turn right onto Tacoma Avenue and proceed until you reach 6th Street South. Turn left onto 6th Street South and proceed one short block until you reach G Street. Turn right onto G Street and proceed on G Street for 1½ blocks to reach the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum at 407 So. G Street.