- Ann Arbor, MI: The Legacy Press, 2022.
- cloth, dust jacket
- 620 pages
- ISBN: 9781953421081
Price: $115.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 138583
The critically acclaimed series on bookbinding edited by Julia Miller continues to turn heads with the release of volume seven. The authors in this volume are: Pablo Alvarez with The Burning of the Butterfly: A Plaquette Binding at the University of Michigan Library, Alexandra Alvis with Working on the Best Material and by the Best Methods: Douglas Cockerell and Son, and the Bindery's Work for the University of Glasgow Library, Malina Belcheva with Unveiling Secrets of the Trade: Owen Jones and the Relievo Art of 'The Psalms of David', Tom Conroy with A Lineage of Finishing Tool Makers in Georgian Dublin, Arthur Green with Cutting Book Edges In-Boards, Jessica Keister & Emma Hartman with Cords to Nowhere: The Bindings of Anna Atkins Photographs of British Algæ: Cyanotype Impressions, Leather Discussion by Kristi Wright, Katharine C. Wagner, William Dean Minter & Holly Herro (The Evolution of Bookbinding Leather: Past, Present, and Future), Julia Miller with The Glazier Codex (MLM MS G.67), Kim Norman with Conserving the Historic Torah's of Congregation Mickve Israel in Savannah, Georgia, Todd Pattison with The 'Prince of Binders': Joseph T. Altemus and the Height of Publishers Bindings in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, Todd Pattison & Elizabeth DeWolfe with Female Labor and Industrial Growth in Nineteenth-Century American Bookbinding, and Jennifer W. Rosner with "Goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits": 1854 Inventory of the Joseph T. Altemus Bindery..