This paper sample book was created for the 140th anniversary of French Paper. It shows off their recycled line of Speckeltone paper. This particular paper was released around the time TV dinners were making their way into peoples homes. The “all American” aspect of TV dinners relates to the “American made” aspect of French Paper.
The paper sample book opens as an accordion fold from the top and bottom. The cover shows a TV dinner through the window of a microwave. The back of the book corresponds with the front of the book as the back of the microwave. The point of the book is to show how different types of designs look on their speckeltone line of paper.