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This just in from Mohawk Fine Papers, Felt & Wire:

"[Tom Biederbeck] Nancy Sharon Collins thinks the time has come to revive a useful asset for our letter library: mourning stationery. Collins, a designer, researcher and writer about paper and print, says mourning stationery was intended to help the bereaved adapt to a new role in society. I asked her about her interest, how mourning stationery functioned graphically, and how it might have relevance for our time."

http://www.feltandwire.com/2010/08/11/a-new-morning-for-mourning-stationery

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