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Course on fasciculing

From: Andrew Dawson <andrew.dawson<-at->
Date: Monday, June 24, 2013
An Introduction to Fasciculing
Conservation and Collection Care Dept., Osney One Building
Osney Mead
Oxford, OX2 0EW
Wednesday 4 September 2013
10am  -  4pm

The Bodleian Library is offering a practical course in Fasciculing.
The day long course will take place in the Libraries Conservation
and Collection Care department and will offer an insight into the
fundamental requirements and processes involved in Fasciculing.

Fasciculing is a term used, originally in the Bodleian Library, for
describing a system of storage for loose, single or double sheet
papers. Fascicules are pamphlet-style bindings made up of blank,
archival quality paper sheets with hooked guards as compensation.
Papers are attached using a hinge of Japanese paper and wheat starch
paste onto Fascicule sheets, usually one or two items per page.

Course Agenda:  A short introduction to Fasciculing. Construction of
Fascicules and how to guard items into Fascicules.

Course Tutors:

    Joan Lee
    Paper Conservator


    Rachel Provan
    Conservation Technician

Cost:  UKP120.00p per person, including Lunch

Parking will be available for attendees.

For more information, or to book a place, please contact

    Conservation and Collection Care reception
    +44 1865 277076

Early booking recommended (Limited to eight places)

Andrew Dawson
Bookbinding and Fasciculing supervisor
Conservation and Collection Care
Osney One Building
Osney Mead
Oxford OX2 0EW
+44 1865 2 77037

                  Conservation DistList Instance 27:3
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Received on Monday, 24 June, 2013

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