The New Library Scene, Oct. 1984, v.3 (5):
"Preparations for Binding... Things Library School Never Taught Us," by Douglas Phelps (Director, General Technical Services, Vanderbilt Univ. Library). p. 1, 5, 7-8. A librarian experienced in bindery preparation gives advice to beginners.
"Methods of Affixing Leaves: Options and Implications," by Paul Parisi (President, Acme Bookbinding Co.). p.9-12. Appeared originally in this same journal (NLS) Oct. 1983; reprinted because of the large demand for reprints.
Guild of Book Workers Journal, v.22 (1), Fall/Winter 1983.
ENGLISH CRAFT BOOKBINDING. 1880-1980
Bernard c. Middleton
THE EFFECTS OF DRY FIBER LENGTH MANIPULATION [SHREDDING] PRIOR TO BEATING ON THE FOLD ENDURANCE, TEAR RESISTANCE, OPACITY, AND FORMATION QUALITY OF A LINEN RAG PAPER
CONSERVATION PAPER COVER AND CASE CONSTRUCTION REBINDING
BINDING-BINDER-BUYER: A STRAINED TRINITY
Anne and David Bromer
THREE RECENT BOOKS ON PAPER MARBLING
LIBRARY MATERIALS PRESERVATION MANUAL
EXCERPTS ON LEATHER
BOOKBINDING IN AMERICA: 1680-1910
ONE CUBIC FOOT
Leather Conservation News, No. 3, Summer 1984
The Paper Conservator: Journal of the Institute of Paper Conservation, v.7, 1982/83 [received November l984]
|James Bruce||A survey of the original binding and rebinding techniques of registers in the Queensland State Archives|
|Anthony Cains||Repair treatments for vellum manuscripts|
|John A. Gibson & David Reay||Drying rare books soaked by water: A Harwell experiment|
|Pamela Spitzmueller||A trial terminology for describing sewing through the fold|
|Selective bibliography of occupational safety and health publications for paper conservators -to 1982|
|Manufacturers and suppliers of protective clothing and equipment|
Adhesives and Consolidants, Preprints of the IIC Congress in Paris in September, is available from the IIC office for $20. It is not described as the printed version of papers presented orally there, but as "background material to the papers presented," presumably because the version presented was shorter or different. It is over 200 pages long, and includes the following papers:
Adhesive testing at the Canadian Conservation Institute, past and future, by Jane L. Down
Polymer dispersions artificially aged, by Rachel Howells et al.
The conservation of leather bookbindings, by B. N. Haines Graft copolymerization as a method of preserving papers: Problems and potentialities, by N. L. Burstall at al. Natural adhesives in East Asian paintings, by John Winter "Nikawa"--Traditional production of animal glue in Japan, by Tsunseyuki Morita
The manufacture and use of Japanese wheat starch adhesives in the treatment of Far Eastern pictorial art, by Paul Wills
Vegetable adhesives used in the workshop of the Hyôgushi, restorer and mounter of Japanese paintings, by Katsuhiko Masuda