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Manila paper

Scope note

A strong wrapping paper originally made from Manila hemp, but the name is now applied to any strong chemical wood pulp or mixed paper of a slightly buff, or Manila, color. MH

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

300014134

Broader Terms used

wood pulp paper

Narrower Terms used

cartridge paper

Term used for

paper, Manila

Created

12yrs ago

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