The following Dard Hunter titles (all oversize books) have been reported stolen from the University of New Mexico’s Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections; the barcode may have been on either an acid-free slip or on the outside of the box.
Japanese hand-made paper :Japanese paper and paper-making, 1958
includes customs declaration dated May 24, 1961; sent to George A. Nelson, Nelson-Whitehead Paper Corp
Ocl # 6639179 [TS1095.J3 G6 1958 c.1]
The handmade papers of Japan (foreword by Dard Hunter)
all volumes together in one box; v. 4 has 17 samples; 5 small envelopes with plant samples in larger envelope
oclc # 2651770 [TS1095.J3 T5 1952 c.1]
Primitive papermaking; an account of a Mexican sojourn and of a voyage to the Pacific islands in search of information, implements, and specimens relating to the making & decorating of bark-paper,
Includes letter from Dard Hunter to Lester Douglas (1 sheet); statement about Dard Hunter (1 sheet folded twice) with wood engraving of Hunter; publisher's/printer's announcement (1 sheet, folded); no. 64; signed by Hunter
Oclc # 494265 [TS1090 .H83 c.1]
If you have any information on these items please contact Tomas Jaehn at (505) 277-7107.