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Personal and business correspondence regarding her book, BOOKBINDING: ITS BACKGROUND AND TECHNIQUE; a brief biographical sketch; royalty statements; lecture notes on bookbinding, articles, and other writings; glass negatives and photographs of bookbindings; five etchings by Hubert Rutherford Brown and Rose Adler; and pen and ink illustrations of bookbinding tools and techniques.
Edith Diehl papers, [ca.1915-1956]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Bookbinder; Brewster, N.Y. b. in 1876; d. 1953.
Donated by Alice Diehl Prendergast, Edith Diehl's niece, 1979.
Art Materials, Techniques, and Studio Art Education
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