Hand Papermaking Family Tree

So this took longer than expected, but the Hand Papermaking Family Tree first appeared in the Winter 2013 issue of Hand Papermaking magazine.

PLEASE BE AWARE that all names appearing in this diagram are SELF-REPORTED. The last revision of this drawing was made in July 2013. The project to document the mentor-student relationship, both formal/academic and informal, is a enormous process, but a very important one.

You can add your information to the project by following this link to take the SURVEY. Please be aware that the survey can take over an hour to complete.

Back issues of the Winter 2013 issue can be ordered on Hand Papermaking’s website.

Survey Launch!

We are pleased to announce the launch of
The Hand Papermaking Community Documentation Project.
The survey for collecting information is now LIVE!

As presented at the Friends of Dard Hunter / IAPMA joint conference in Cleveland in October 2012, this project is a collaborative effort to document the evolution and genealogy of hand papermaking from the time of its re-emergence in the early 1900s up through the present in the United States and worldwide. In the first phase, we are collecting information through our survey, and in the second phase, we will present the lineage and interrelationships of individuals and organizations.

Please go to this link to complete a survey and be represented in the community!
Take the SURVEY

We will also be using this space to announce other updates, so please check back periodically for additional information.

Survey opens mid-January 2013!

The Survey Committee has been diligently working over the holidays and since our presentation in October at the Friends of Dard Hunter / IAPMA joint conference in Cleveland, and we are just about ready to LAUNCH OUR LIVE SURVEY!
Please check back here JANUARY 20th.

The Hand Papermaking Community Documentation Project will begin by collecting information from U.S. papermakers, and it will gradually grow and expand to include international individuals and organizations, listing them independently and linking them to one another. This project is a collaborative effort to document the evolution and genealogy of hand papermaking from the time of its re-emergence via Dard Hunter in the early 1900s up through the present, both in the United States and worldwide.

Please check back here in January 2013 when our updated SURVEY will be available to all who are interested in sharing their information!