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231Re: [miniaturebooks] Digest Number 127

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  • Dean Gattone
    Mar 30, 2000
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      suggest you ask Miriam Irwin or that lady in maine "Jane" something


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      > Topics in today's digest:
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      > 1. Doll House Size Books
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      > 2. Syrian Leather
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      > Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 20:00:43 -0000
      > From: gfoxbkbinder@...
      > Subject: Doll House Size Books
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      > Can anyone suggest any printed information on the history of doll
      > house miniature books?
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      > Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 20:12:20 -0000
      > From: gfoxbkbinder@...
      > Subject: Syrian Leather
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      > At the moment I am working on a little French/English Dictionary that
      > I believe was issued to an Englishman during WWII when he went to
      > Tripoli. When I tried to research the battle(?) I got a bit confused
      > and after consulting my uncle, who had been in Egypt during the war,
      > found out there were two Tripolis. One in Libya which was held
      > before by the Italians and one in Syria which had been held by the
      > French. During the conversation my uncle remembered a leather
      > referred to as Damas-something? I've already begun on the binding
      > and am keeping it quite simple, but now am very curious to know what
      > he was referring to. Any one have any idea?
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