DUKE OF AB~RCOHN,
Barons Court, County, Tyrone; NortheA -Ireland. Trustee of.----_Ulster Folk Museum, Belfast..--
tin BOYDST~N, irector-Emeritus, Fernwood, Niles, Michigan.
8Curator, Piymouth Antiquarian Sogety, at Harlow
Fort House,Plymouth, Massachusetts, a colonial dwelling turned into a museum where the. craftsof early America are demonstrated.
HARRIET S. BUCHHEISTER
(Mrs: Carl W.) enjoys experimenting with natural dyes.
(the late) wrote the first edition of Vegetable. Dyeing, a handbook pub-lished by
used at the Penland School of Handicrafts, Penland, North. Carolina.‘MARY
(Mrs.), author and publisher of The pye-Pot, and diyctor ofthe Shuttlecraft Shop, Middlesboro, Kentucky.m
(Mrs. Charles K. *Trueblood), translator and editor of the EnglishL.language version of The &z&anus Manuscr@t, an Aztec herbal of 1552.
Nagoya, Japan, Dr. Ftmahashi developed’ a close &ociation.;with the Brooklyn Botanic Garden while on a medical fellowship in the United Sta$,s,’ .\
weaver andw(Mrs.),dyer of Johannesburg, South Africa.Piedmont, California, is an ‘amateur dyer who cards a&d-
(Mrs.), Evanston, Illinois, formerly of enland, North Carolina. Editor of.--&e ’revised edition of Mrs. Emma Conley’s Yegetable Dyeing.‘;Locn (Mrs. Anthony), Halifax, Nova Scotia. An anthusiastic ityer, she is always :e search for new plant materials with .which to experiment.*..~~‘A?N?OT3YB.’fURE, Bristol, England, Hapdweaver, dyer, and breeder of Samoyed dogs.“,* “I3 kk
G AR LUN&
Oslo, Norway. Craftsman who uses natural plant dyes.
&. $3. MACRIS,
Thessaloniki, Greece. Director of the Laboratory of Phartiaceutical Chcm-’*‘%istry and Pharmacognosy, University of Thessaloniki.LILLIAS M&HJ!LL<Weaving Department, National College of Art, Dublin, Fite.
Botany Depar!ment, Univeriity College~Galway, Eire. )M. F.
Director, National Institute of Agricultural Research, Rabat, Morocco.
Galway, Eire: is ‘a ailor whose clients wear tweeds dyed..with lichena..‘I (Continyed inside b&k cover):6I’ ,,First p%ting,- D&ember, 1964*Eighth printin;, &tuber, j9fJ : ‘* ,‘9 “,” 1”Secondprintmg, April, 19634Ninth printing, AugwJ, 1973, ,d Y w * : ,ftThird printing, Januury, 1968Tenth printing, Revkkcf, &A,. J97.5 ; ..,y.Fourth printing, October, 1969Eleventh printing, J&9, 1976:;’ : ::,Fifth printing, August, 1970Twelfrh printing, A$l, i9i8 * ‘Y ,:’ ,’Sixth printing, Revised, January, 1971’Thirteenth printing, Revised; &piei&rr 1980.;$a*Seventhprinting, Osloher, 1971Fourteenth printing, FebJuary, 19+,, r ,’ ;i‘!‘Fi&enth prin.ting, February, 1984 ’I’....., a++I
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