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Suave Mechanicals Essays on the History of Bookbinding, Vol. 3

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Julia Miller
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This collection of essays, published as the third volume of a series of studies on the history of bookbinding, sets a high standard for interesting and groundbreaking scholarship in the history of books.

  • Erin Albritton & Christina Amato, A Study of Two Semi-Limp Parchment Binding Styles in the Rare Book Collection at The New York Academy of Medicine Library
  • Ruth Bardenstein, Historical Bindings of the Chamberlain-Warren Samaritan Collection
  • Ana Beny & Kristine Rose Beers, An Inspiration for Conservation: An Historic Andalusi Binding Structure
  • Ashley Cataldo, “A Swarm of Binders”: Isaiah Thomas’s Bookbinding Network, 1782–1818
  • Marco di Bella, From Box Binding to Envelope-Flap Binding: The Missing Link in Transitional Islamic Bookbinding
  • Louise L. Foster, The Nineteenth-Century American Pocket Diary
  • Bill Hanscom, Towards a Morphology of the Ethiopian Book Satchel
  • Hedi Kyle, The Fold: Evolution, Function, and Inspiration
  • Arielle Middleman & Todd Pattison, Benjamin Bradley and the “Profitable Stroke”: Binding Six Months in a Convent and the Need for Copy-Specific Cataloging of Nineteenth-Century Publishers’ Bindings

An accompanying DVD (included) contains additional photographs.

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