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In December 2004, University Library staff under the leadership of Dinah Dunavan, the daughter of Llewelyn Richards, a Wellington-based hand-craft printer, printed a recipe book. As usual, for those inexperienced in setting type, there were occasional errors, albeit small ones. Because there was no sample ‘long s’, a decision was made to use an ‘f’ for the title: Refipe. Someone had suggested chipping off the cross bar extensions on an ‘f’, as earlier printers would have done, but this was deemed unacceptable. Thirty copies were printed.
University of Otago Library Staff, Refipe Book. Dunedin: Bibliography Room, University of Otago, 2004