One of my recent finds during the trip to Romania was a convoluted collection of the French paper industry edition Papyrus from 1931 that included one additional issue from 1930. This is the first digitized issue from that collection.
I’m always curious to check vintage industry magazines as they tend to cover the contemporary innovation and state of minds. Sometimes they offer more info about what was happening at that time in the country and the world than history books.
This issue, for example, covers state of the US box industry of the late 1920s. Alas, it’s in French… =)
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11th year of publication of the Papyrus. Issue #125.
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