|1/6||Suppl.||Perfect-Binding (Routine Work)|
|5/6||Suppl.||Hand Bookbinding Perspectives: a Survey, by Julia Miller|
|6/4||Suppl.||Selection for Preservation
A Survey of Approaches, by Ellen McCrady
Deciding What to Save, by Margaret Child
|6/5||Suppl.||Current Trends: Notes from Two Recent Conferences
Second Annual PCLM Conference
TLA Conference: New Territory
|7/2||Suppl.||Education and Training
Craft Apprenticeship in Historic Site Museums by Gary Brumfield
Training in Paper Conservation, by E. McCrady
|7/4||Suppl.||Fumigation Conferences [three are reported]
A Simple and Practical Fumigation System, by Barry Byers
|8/1||Pt. 2||Library Binding
The Preconference in L.A.
Guide to Drafting of Contracts
|8/1||Pt. 3||Bookbinding Leather, with Two Translations from the
Traditional Preparation of Leather and Vellum for Use in Bookbinding, by Karl Jaeckel. transl. by Doris Freitag
Leather Dyeing for Book Restoration, by Wilhelm Ziegler, transl. by Trudi Eberhardt et al
The first one costs $1 and all the rest are $1.50 each.
The tuition-room-and-board cost for the full three-week Oxbow Book & Paper Intensive has gone up from $900 to $950. For one-week and two-week periods it remains at $400 and $700 respectively. (Description of the Intensive was on p. 100 of the December issue.) for a full description, and a list of 1984 participants and 1985 instructors, contact the Ox Bow office at P.O. Box 5809, Chicago, IL 60680 (312/871-2348).
The old typewriter, a Coronamatic 1200 with #77 typeface, has worn out after eight years. After looking vainly for a better SCM typewriter with the sane typeface, I bought this one, Sears Electronic Communicator 2, and one month later found the one I was originally looking for. The future is up in the air.
This issue has been mailed only to subscribers who are paid up for 1985. Others will receive a reminder, index and price list.
The Abbey Newsletter: Bookbinding and Conservation is issued six times a year. New subscribers automatically receive all issues published in the current year, unless they request otherwise. All subscriptions expire on the last day of the year. To initiate or renew a subscription, send name, address, and a check for $30 made out to Abbey Newsletter, c/o Preservation Department, Brigham Young University Library, 6216 HBLL, Provo, UT 84602. The telephone number is 801/378-2512 during the day and 801/373-1598 evenings and weekends. Note: the Newsletter is not part of the University or the Library.
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Editor and publisher: Ellen McCrady.
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|Copyright 1985 Ellen McCrady||ISSN: 0276-8291|