Two volume set of accordion-fold portfolios, bound by Richard Minsky, that contains the work of 32 important artists and hand papermakers, who in 1976 were working with pulp in traditional and innovative forms. ;Each portfolio opens to 51 feet in length or can be turned page-by-page to view each spread individually. Artists are represented by an original work on the left page, and by a photograph and artist's statement (often on their own paper) on the right. The pages containing the original art have box-frame edges to protect the three dimensional works.
Each volume is stored in a custom built, painted wooden shipping crate with casters.
;This collection was organized by Richard Minsky, and was first exhibited at
the Center for Book Arts in New York City from March 15 through April 30,
1976. It is a unique record of the progenitors of contemporary hand
papermaking as a craft, as a sculptural medium, as an imaging system with
colored pulp, and as a carrier for inclusions.