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Museums & historic Papermills - USA

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American Museum of Papermaking
of Institute of Paper Science and Technology in Atlanta, Georgia
http://www.ipst.gatech.edu/amp/index.html

Carriage House Paper Museum
The museum features a tremendous collection of books, handmade paper and artifacts used in the making of paper. All of these materials have been collected by Elaine Koretsky and Donna Koretsky.
http://www.papermakinghistory.org/

Dard Hunter Studios
(Chillicothe, Ohio) dedicated to insure the long term preservation of Dard Hunter´s Mountain House home and working studio and to establish it as a living museum.
http://www.dardhunter.com/

Historic Rittenhouse Town
It is the site of the Rittenhouse Homestead, the site of the first paper mill in America
http://www.ushistory.org/germantown/upper/rittenhouse.htm

Historic RittenhouseTown
It is the site of Americas first paper mill, established in 1690 by Wilhelm Rittenhausen. Today, 7 buildings remain, dating from the early 18th century until the end of the 19th century.
http://www.rittenhousetown.org/

Rittenhouse Town
(Philadelphia, PA)In 1690, William Rittenhouse and his son, Nicholas, built a mill to manufacture fine white paper. It was America´s first paper mill.
http://www.fieldtrip.com/pa/54385711.htm

The Crane Museum
housed in Crane’s 1844 Old Stone Mill at Dalton, MA. The museum is on the National Register of Historic Places.
http://www.berkshireweb.com/themap/dalton/museum.html

The Crane Museum of Papermaking
Exhibits trace the history of American papermaking from Revolutionary times.
http://www.crane.com/navContent.aspx?NavName=AboutUs&DeptName=Museum