Field Notes Booklet Moosehead Lake Maine | Field Notes Journal Moosehead Lake | Field Notes Book Maine | Custom Field Notes Book
A customized Field Notes booklet using the quarterly Field Notes release, “Vignette” Edition. This is a Graph Paper Memo Book featuring a clever die-cut pocket that fits one of our custom designs in a small bookmark size format. Each Journal includes a 2.625"W x 3.5”H bookmark card featuring one of our print designs. Your choice of charcoal color or bright green.
This one features Moosehead Lake. The Moosehead region includes the headwaters of the Kennebec, the West Branch of the Penobscot, the Piscataquis, the Pleasant, and the Saint John rivers. Henry David Thoreau and other 19th-century visitors remarked on the beauty of the area. The region has a large moose population; moose outnumber people 3:1. However, the name of the region derives from the remarkable similarity between maps of the lake and an antlered moose.
SPECIFICATIONS: -Printed and bound by the good people of eDOC Communications, Mount Prospect, Ill. and die-cut by Platinum Converting, Itasca, Ill. -Covers: Neenah Classic Textures “Charcoal” Stipple and Astrobrights “Terra Green” 80#C with “Silver Emulsion” and “Neutral Gray” soy-based Toyo inks. -Innards: Finch Paper Opaque Smooth 60#T “Bright White,” with a fine, 1-color application of “Silver Emulsion” soy-based Toyo ink. -Books printed on a Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 105 40" 6-color printing press. -Bound with a Heidelberg Stitchmaster ST 270 5-pocket saddle stitcher with cover feeder/scorer and Rima RS 10S in-line stacker, with appreciation to Samuel Slocum, George W. McGill, and William J. Brown, the “Founding Fathers of the Staple.” -Corners rounded to 3/8" (9.5mm) radius with a Challenge DCM double round-corner machine. -Graph grid: 3/16" × 3/16" (4.7mm × 4.7mm). -Memo book dimensions are 3-1/2" × 5-1/2" (89mm × 140mm).
All FIELD NOTES memo books are printed and manufactured in the U.S.A. Bookmarks printed with high quality ink jet ink on uncoated matte cover stock in Portland, Maine