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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    Mr. Fitzgerald,

    I was aware that Mr. Volquartz himself did not teach the carbon portion of the workshop in question, but I should have made it very clear in my first post of the thread. My apologies. By "He occasionally teaches workshops in this process," I meant to say, "He occasionally hosts workshops in this process."
    No apology needed I just wanted to make it clear that Per and I were working together. It takes a lot of time to devote ones self to carbon printing. Per will get there in time. Sorry if my post came off the wrong way.

    Jim

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    Try the Getty Museum. They may have some vintage/historical examples on display in their photography division.

    http://www.getty.edu/

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    Andrew thanks I will look into that.

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    I wanted to thank everybody for their input. Especially Jim for the offer to meet up. Unfortunately due to time restraints I was unable to succeed.

    I am now back in Arizona, and would like to pose the same question. Does anybody have any idea where I might see in person, a real carbon print, somewhere in Arizona?

    Thanks again

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    How about the Center for Creative Photography at UA in Tucson?

    Back in the the mid 80's I lived right near the place, which was housed in a little building next to the campus. I about haunted that place. It was possible but often difficult due to the cramped conditions to view items from their archives. I understand they have a very nice facility now.

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    Just came back from the Center, yes they have a very nice building now. However they do need to tear something down and put in a normal parking lot. They did not have a carbon on display, but I did get the name of "the" person to contact to find out the real skinny.

    Thx, the search continues

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