Sorry, I used the wrong link in my last post for the collection at USC. Here is the correct one:
That said, it looks at though the collection at UCLA is far more comprehensive than the one at USC, so it's probably worth making the trip there:
--- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "jemiljan" <jemiljan@...> wrote:
> Barb, There appears to be a complete run of Ink & Gall, as well as the
> newsletters, at the UCLA library
> ROWSE=1&HC=2&SID=2> , and another at USC
> f+Southern+California%3AARL+Library> . Both are in the Rare Book
> collections, so you will have to write to them and set up an
> Jake Benson
> --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, "Barb" <blskoog@> wrote:
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I'm a newbie to marbling with just a year under my belt (my initial
> learning was under Tom Leech). I have become addicted, of course, to the
> practice, but I am also finding the history, specifically recent history
> (the last 20 years or so) fascinating. I know there was the Ink & Gall
> marbling journal out there for a while and I'd love to read any of them.
> If anyone has any that they want to get rid of or would loan to me (I
> would happily return them to you in excellent condition), please let me
> know. Even if you can send me a photocopy or email a scanned version, I
> would really appreciate it. I also believe there was another journal at
> one point called Marblers Bath (or something like that) and would also
> be interested in reading that.
> > Please contact me at blskoog@ if we can arrange something.
> > One last thing: I live in Los Angeles. If you're a marbler in Southern
> California, feel free to contact me as well. I have my own marbling
> studio and I would really enjoy connecting with someone local, swapping
> stories, and sharing insights and learnings.
> > Many thanks,
> > Barb
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