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Books about the Printing, Paper, and Bookbinding Arts

At the Printer – Available in early 2022

Suave Mechanicals

Essays on the History of Bookbinding

 

Volume 7  •  Julia Miller, editor

Pablo Alvarez

 

 

Alexandra Alvis

 

 

 

Malina Belcheva

 

 

Tom Conroy

 

 

Arthur Green

 

Jessica Keister

Emma Hartman

 

Leather Discussion

Group

 

 

 

Julia Miller

 

Kim Norman

 

 

Todd Pattison

 

 

 

Todd Pattison

Elizabeth DeWolfe

 

Jennifer W. Rosner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Burning of the Butterfly: A Plaquette Binding at the University of Michigan Library

 

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

 

Unveiling Secrets of the Trade: Owen Jones and

the Relievo Art of The Psalms of David

 

A Lineage of Finishing Tool Makers in Georgian Dublin

 

Cutting Book Edges In-Boards

 

Cords to Nowhere: The Bindings of Anna Atkins’ Photographs of British Algæ: Cyanotype Impressions

 

The Evolution of Bookbinding Leather: Past, Present, and Future

Kristi Wright   •   Katharine C. Wagner

William Dean Minter   •   Holly Herro

 

The Glazier Codex (MLM MS G.67)

 

Conserving the Historic Torahs of Congregation Mickve Israel in Savannah, Georgia

 

The “Prince of Binders”: Joseph T. Altemus and the Height of Publishers’ Bindings in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

 

Female Labor and Industrial Growth in Nineteenth-Century American Bookbinding

 

“Goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits”: 1854 Inventory of the Joseph T. Altemus Bindery

620 pages   •   368 illustrations   •   full color   •   10 x 7

cloth, sewn   •   2022

 

isbn 9781953421081   •   $115.00