- Ann Arbor: Legacy Press, 2015.
- large 8vo.
- cloth, dust jacket.
- 442 pages.
- ISBN: 9780979797484
Price: $75.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 125274
Six authors writing on seven topics. This collection of essays, published as the second volume of a series of studies on the history of bookbinding, sets a high standard for interesting and groundbreaking scholarship in the history of the book. Fully illustrated in color, with additional images on accompanying DVD. The essays included are:
Cathleen A. Baker - Examination and Image-Capturing Techniques
Thomas E. Conroy - Binding at Midcentury: The Rivers of America Competition of 1946
Thomas E. Conroy - Bio-Bibliographical List of Individual Bookbinders (on DVD)
Jim Croft - Finding Suitable Wood for Book Boards and Related Considerations (also on DVD)
Julia Miller - Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments in the Papyrology Collection of the University of Michigan Library (additional images on DVD)
Rosa Scobey Moore - Finding Identity on the Endpapers: Folk Traditions of Writing and Drawing in Books
Pamela J. Spitzmueller - A Visual Dictionary of Traditional Long- and Linkstitch Bookbinding Terminology.