This edition was printed on Finale, the last paper made at Hayle Mill. The text was set on an Apple computer in Rober Slimbach's Utopia in Adobe InDesign and Helvetica from the Haas Foundry metal. The portrait of Samuel Green was prepare and printed on Epson Archival paper by Ellen Dorn Levitt who also scanned the watermarks and maps preparing them, with Claire Van Vliet, for platemaking. Much of the letterpress printing used polymer plates from Boxcar Press in Syracuse, New York and was printed by Andrew Miller-Brown.
The longstitch binding is through a vellum spine with a cover of Barcham Green Nefertiti executed by Audrey Holden. The box was made with Japanese and Scholco cloth covering the stays, inside lining of Barcham Green Martian Badger and covers of linen by Mary Richardson and Audrey Holden. The folder of paper samples is Barcham Green India Office and that of the photographs is Barcham Green DeWint.
The photographs were scanned by Ellen Dorn Levitt from old prints in the Hayle Mill Archive and cleaned up in Photoshop. They were printed by Emily Corrow on a Xerox Docucolor 240 copier on Hammermill 100lb archival cover copy paper at Silver Mountain Graphics in St Johnsbury, Vermont.
This edition is limited to two hundred copies of which this is for The Kohler Art Library."
The chapters are: Historical Overview 1805-1987 / Renaissance Range of Papers / Cairo / Egyptian Trial Papers / The Closing of the Mill. There are five illustrations, fourteen tipped-in paper samples, and seventeen watermarks from as early as 1817 to the one that was made for the last paper made at the mill, Finale, on which the book is printed. As well as the book there is: A map showing the twelve water powered mills that were on two and a half miles of the Loose Stream in 1865. The map is printed letterpress on Finale and opens out to three feet wide. A portfolio of twelve Barcham Green papers 7 x10 inches enclosed in an India Office paper wrapper. A portfolio of nineteen historic photographs from 1870 to 1977 of the mill and the processes of handpapermaking together with a diagram of the mill layout in 1978 all enclosed in a De Wint paper wrapper. Except for the photographs and the mill diagram, all the papers used in this project were handmade by Barcham Green and Company at Hayle Mill, Maidstone in Kent, England.