Buffalo and Rochester, NY: The Karl C. Franklin Paper Co., n.d. Softcover. A scarce piece of paper ephemera that is likely from the 1920s. This booklet advertises papers made by the District of Columbia Manufacturing Company for the Karl C. Franklin Paper Company. Both The Karl C. Franklin Company in New York and the District of Columbia Paper Manufacturing Company were active from the early twentieth century. The DC company was well known for their fine papers, producing their own papers in their mill in Washington DC. Their 1924 publication, Designs & Typography for Cover Paper, features samples created by esteemed designers, demonstrating how the company's paper could be used for advertising, taking into consideration color, size, paper weight and other features, such as deckling. This paper sample book demonstrates their quality and many of the papers they produced. This booklet was issued by the Karl C. Franklin Company to advertise available papers to their customers. The Franklin Company became the Franklin-Cowan Paper Company in the 1930s and is still in business today.The papers include antique heavyweight, antique and ripple, 65 pound antique, and special finishes. Each paper type came in a variety of colors. The folding sample booklet measures 9 x 18 inches and is folded twice to create three sections to show the paper types. The red outer wrappers are decorated in with an art deco design and contain the relevant printed information. A near fine copy. BOB/081820. Near Fine.