EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAG PAPER
A 15th-century book on rag paper is as good to-day as the day it was printed.
The first mention of rag paper, in a tract of Peter, Abbott of Cluny from 1122 to 1150, probably means woolen.
It was made of linen or rags and did not vary greatly from the rag paper of to-day.
Yet it remained for a wasp and Gottfried Keller to bring us out of the era of rag paper.