Guide to the Japanese Papermaking Photographs
Processed by E. Fields
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Title: Japanese Papermaking Photographs
Date (inclusive): ca. 1920s
Collection number: SC 858
Extent: .1 linear feet (1 folder)
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Department of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, California 93106-9010
Physical location: Vault
Language of Material: Collection materials in English
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Japanese Papermaking Photographs. SC 858. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
The collection contains 16 assorted photographs ("coloured by hand" per description in English on envelope) showing method of Japanese paper making from the gathering and processing of the raw materials to the final bundling of the paper for shipment. The collection includes a descriptive listing (in English) which explains the stage of the process shown in each of the photographs.
Thomas K. Tindale Japanese Papermaking Photographs, Printers Mss 45
UCSB Special Collections also has a number of books on Japanese papermaking, including:
- Timothy Barrett, Japanese Papermaking: Traditions, Tools, and Techniques (1983)
- Sidney E. Berger, Handmade Papers of Japan (2001)
- Claire Bolton, Awa Gami: Japanese Handmade Papers… (1991)
- Richard Flavin, Japanese Traditional Papermaking (1983)
- Yasuo Kume, Superior Collection of Hand-made Papers in Japan (1979)
- Henry Morris, Japonica: The Study and Appreciation of the Art of Japanese Paper (1981)
- Kiyofusa Narita, Japanese Paper-making (1954)