Dard Hunter

Hunter, Dard, 1883–1966, American printer-publisher, b. Steubenville, Ohio. Hunter is known for his researches and writings on the history and technique of papermaking. From 1938 he was curator of the Dard Hunter Paper Museum, which he founded (see museums of science). His writings include Papermaking (rev. ed. 1948) and Papermaking by Hand in America (1950).

See his autobiography, My Life with Paper (1958).

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