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      About us

      The British Association of Paper Historians is a national association which aims to bring together individuals, companies and institutions with a common interest in the following areas:

      • paper in all its forms and diversity
      • papermaking by hand and machine
      • conservation
      • mill and company histories
      • papermakers, their families and communities
      • machinery manufacture and development
      • watermarks

      The British Association of Paper Historians was founded in 1989 after the successful congress of the IPH (International Paper Historians) in Durham and the celebration of 500 years of papermaking in Britain in 1988.

      Within these pages you will find details about the association, membership, publications, contact names, information about paper and papermaking, and links to associated sites.

      The BAPH is a self financing organisation and as such relies on the income generated from membership subscriptions and sales of its publications.

      Membership

      Membership includes four issues of the Associations Journal The Quarterly , and four issues of the Newsletter annually. Members joining before the end of December receive the Journals and Newsletters issued since April of that year. Members joining January to March receive publications issued in that period plus a full years subscription from April.

      Subscriptions due 1 March.

      To join please click here, membership rates are based on where you live and are available as individual or corporate, for the UK only we also have a student option membership available. Payments are processed by PayPal but you do not need an account.

      Meetings

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