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- Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 13:39:11 -0500
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Here are a few slightly dated, but good solid manuals for teachers of book
binding. The methods of binding covered are all "traditional" but a solid
basis for further exploration.
Collins, Archie Frederick. Book Craft for Schools: The Approach to
Bookbinding. Leicester, England: Dryad Press, 1934.
Hewitt-Bates, James Samuel. Bookbinding for Schools: A Textbook for
Teachers and Students in Elementary and Secondary Schools amd Training
Colleges. Peoria, Ill.: Manual Arts Press, 1935.
Palmer, E.W. A Course in Bookbinding for Vocational Training. Part I,
Elementery Section, New York: Employing Bookbinders of America, 1927.
Halliday, J. Bookbinding as a Handwork Subject. New York: E.P. Dutton and
Loud Creek Books & Bindery
P.O. Box 405
Ballentine, SC 29002