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Re: [BKARTS] library bindings

Try going to a local public or university library.  They may be willing to bind it for the customer at cost, which should be quite reasonable.

I bind such books for private customers at Loyola on occasion. However, our policy is that the customer must be somehow connected to Loyola (student, alumni, staff, faculty) to use the service.

There is a binding plant in Michigan which will bind individuals' theses.  It might be worth calling them to see if they will bind paperbacks as well:

Binding Unlimited
2730 Alpha Street
Lansing, Michicgan 48910
(800) 782-4502

Hope this helps,
Diane Westerfield, Bindery/Preservation Coordinator
Loyola University Chicago, Cudahy Library Bindery

>>> sumjelli@xxxxxxxxxxx 10/27/03 08:47AM >>>

This question was posed to me by a co-worker.  Anyone have any

"Do you by any chance know of a book bindery that can put library
bindings on paperbacks? I am not talking about hand-tooled leather,
nor even collectable bindings, merely the library buckram type
hardcovers that never give out. I have a few paperbacks that I'd
like to have bound that way. It may be that these services do not
accept private orders, and only find it worth their time to accept
industrial orders."

Do you have any advice about where he might send his books?

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