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The Strang Print Room - The Strang Print Room is situated in the main quadrangle of University College London On Gower Street. Regular exhibitions of prints and drawings are presented, derived from the art collection of University College.

The Western Art Print Room - The Ashmolean Museum, founded 1683, includes the Western Art Print Room which is open to the public for the study and enjoyment of drawings and prints from the collection. This includes an extensive representation of 20th century British wood engravings. Also houses the Diploma collection of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.

Saint Bride Printing Library - 'The worlds foremost printing and graphic arts library'. Collections cover printing and related subjects; paper and binding, graphic design and typography; type faces and calligraphy; illustration and printmaking and publication and book selling.

Robert C Williams Paper Museum, Atlanta, - Robert C Williams Paper Museum, Atlanta, located at the Georgia (USA) Institute of Technology, an internationally renowned resource on the history of paper with an extensive collection of materials and paper samples. Also a library.

Sherborne House - Gallery and arts centre in 18th century house, Dorset. 2006, organised a series of exhibitions on the theme of colour and chemistry. One of the premier contemporary art spaces in the South West of England.

The Paper Museum - Over fifty per cent of this Tokyo collection is dedicated to hand papermaking with an emphasis on Japanese washi. The museum's library has extensive holdings of books and journals on papermaking.

The British Library, London. - World famous international comprehensive library of all forms of printed material - books, photography, postage stamps, book illustration, book binding and many more departments; organises exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.

Victoria and Albert Museum, London - The world famous Victoria and Albert Museum, London with extensive collections of historical and contemporary decorative arts. Department of Word and Image houses a vast collection of prints, drawings, posters and all other forms of design on paper

Museum of Science and Industry - Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, National Paper Museum collection. Charts the history of papermaking in Britain from the time of its introduction to the present. Library includes technical books and volumes relating to papermaking in Britain.

Museum of International papermaking history - Museum of International papermaking history, research institute of paper history and technology, Boston, USA. Based on the travels and researches of Elaine and Donna Koretsky, this collection focusses on documentation of world-wide locations where hand papermaking continues as an unbroken tradition.

Lady Lever Art Gallery - Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight village, Wirral, Cheshire, England This museum, founded in 1922, houses fine and decorative arts including unusual examples of19th and 19th century paper filigree work

Folger Shakespeare Library - Folger Shakespeare Library; Valerian and Laura Lada-Mocarsky decorated paper collection. Over 600 sheets of decorated paper from the 17th to the 19th century. French moire papers, unique paste papers and marbled papers from 17th century to the present.

Dieu Donne papermill - Dieu Donne papermill and archive of paper and paper art. Situated in lower Manhatten, open access gallery, artists' residency programme. Examples of paper art by over 250 artists.

www.rwa.org.uk - Royal West of England Academy, artists' society based in Bristol with a membership mainly from the south and south west of England. A changing programme of exhibitions, a permanent collection viewable by appointment.