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The Society inc. Newspaper Volume 5.

The 5th Edition of The Society inc Newspaper is dedicated to heritage trades & specialty crafts. Delve into the past and explore a love for the forgotten trades, vernacular inspired by occupational names, and some current favourite ateliers & makers.
The new-look travel guide ‘Field Notes’ takes you to Rajasthan, India and Tasmania, Australia, and we meet some folk in Meet the Maker who are flourishing in their trade & craft.
This edition introduces Mrs Hood, the muse for the theme of heritage trades and a nod to the well-loved tale of Robin Hood, albeit with an Australiana twist.
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