The Abbey Newsletter

Volume 1, Number 3
Feb 1976


Learn Bookbinding in the New Bookbinding Class at Academy

The next bookbinding class at Academy Book Bindery will start: WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1976 AT 7:3o P.M.

The first two of four weekly lessons will be given in our Ann Arbor shop at 209 South State Street.

The last two lessons and any extra or advanced lessons will be given at the Dexter shop, because they require equipment not available in the Ann Arbor shop.

Individuals on our class waiting list will get first priority for admission to the class which is limited to seven. There will be room for people who have not contacted us before.

The fee is $35.00 prepaid to cover the four 3 hour lessons. This fee pays the cost of instruction as well as the materials used. Students should bring their own books to work on. Such books should consist of folded sewn signatures.

By the end of the four classes, students should have the satisfaction of seeing their own rebound and titled books, all the work accomplished by themselves Previous classes have been profitably enjoyed by many students from the Ann Arbor-Detroit area.

If you are interested in learning the ancient art of bookbinding with the new class, call Academy 4Z6-8081 ) for complete enrollment details.

GRADUATE BOOKBINDERS ARE WELCOME BUT...

Students who previously completed the bookbinding class are welcome to enroll again for a "tune up" of their skills. But they may find it less costly to use the facilities of the Dexter shop on Tuesday evenings and Saturdays at a charge of $1.00 Fr hour for the use of the shop and $1.00 per cover.

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