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We consider all donations to be intended for Abbey Publications (thus contributing to the Abbey Newsletter, the Alkaline Paper Advocate and other publications and products of this office). In the last 12 months, donations from readers have totaled $5069.
Donors of the last twelve months are listed below as Benefactors
($1000+), Sponsors ($500+), Patrons ($100+), and Contributors
Bridgeport National Bindery
Terry O. Norris
Elizabeth S. Banks
Joan T. Batchelor
Custom Manufacturing, Inc.
Edwin P. Garretson, Sr.
National Institute for Conservation
New York Community Trust - James Talcott Fund
Nancy Russell Elaine R. Schlefer Nancy Carlson Schrock Marshall Swartzburg Susan Swartzburg Deceased
Betsy Palmer Eldridge
Frames of Mind
Carolyn Jane Gammon
Mary Todd Glaser
Patricia B. Grey
Ingrid Rose Co. Ltd.
Hilary A. Kaplan
Jan Merrill-Oldham, in memory of Carolyn Harris
Brian E. O'Connell
Paper Star Associates
Eric C. Shoaf
Martha M. Smith
James G. Stephens
Mary Ann Tyrrell
Univ. Iowa Center for the Book, Paper Facility
and one anonymous contributor
Our American Online address (Abbeypub@aol.com) will work for a while, but we have signed on to a local service, so our new address can be used too: Abbeypub@flash.net.
The Abbey Newsletter and Alkaline Paper Advocate have joined much of the rest of the conservation community as a part of Conservation OnLine (CoOL), a web page sponsored by Stanford University and webmastered by Walter Henry.
Currently, the site contains the following issues:
Walter has included a search engine to aid in searching for information; ultimately, we hope to have most, if not all, of our back issues online. This is, however, an arduous process and will take some time. The site also has information about the Abbey pH Pen® and chlorophenol red, the chemical in the pen which changes color in the presence of acid.
To find us, point your browser to http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/abbey/ or click on our logo to link directly from the CoOL home page (http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/).
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There was too much material to fit into this issue, so the following articles had to be postponed till Vol. 20 #7:
Paper Aging Research at TNO - John Havermans
Paperbacks vs. Hardbacks - Brian J. Baird
Zeolites - [Information from PQ Corporation]
Final Report to Congress, Part 2 [on the six-year-old Permanent Paper Law]
Teens and the Utah Centennial Permanent Paper Law - Eileen Hallet Stone
Customized Tools for Assessing Preservation and Access
Needs - Maria Holden
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Abbey Publications is a nonprofit corporation set up to encourage preservation of the written record, including the use of lasting materials in the creation of records. Its other publications are the Alkaline Paper Advocate and the annual North American Permanent Papers. The corporation has five trustees (Ellen McCrady, Gary Frost, Roberta Pilette, James Wellvang, and Thomas Clareson), and five officers (Ellen McCrady, president; Susan Swartzburg, first vice president; Roberta Pilette, second vice president; Gary Frost, secretary; and Paul Banks, treasurer).
Editor: Ellen McCrady ©1996 Abbey Publications, Inc.Circulation Manager: Bette Abeel Phone: 512/929-3992ISSN: 0276-8291 Fax: 512/929-3995
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Editor: Ellen McCrady
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