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(a) The finest deloewang paper is made in the districts Amboenten and Waroe, Madoera, a small island north-east of Java proper and (b) this specimen, the crudest of deloewang papers, was beaten in Toenggilis of the desa Tjinoenoekhilir, Sadang, near Garoet, Preanger Regencies, from the book Primitive Papermaking in Mexico and the Pacific Islands
Date:
1927
Location:
Not on display
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Dimensions:
Object: 102 x 184 mm (4 x 7 1/4 in.) (b); Object: 124 x 184 mm (4 7/8 x 7 1/4 in.) (a)
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Continent:
North America
Accession Number:
2008.74.8a-b
Acquisition Date:
2008-12-31
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Gift of Richard and Stephanie Rogers in honor of Barbara S. Rogers

making and decorating of bark paper in Mexico and the Pacific Islands thirty-two paper samples (tapa) and nine photographs

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