In the last issue, on p. 76, "Cambridge School of Arts and Crafts" should have been "Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts."
Edith Diehl, subject of E.A. Thompson's biographical article on p. 73 in the December issue, has been dead for many years. The article erroneously gave the impression that she was still alive and teaching.
The source of the information about William Berwick in the article on crêpeline lamination (January 1980, p. 9) was a remarkable master's thesis by Claire S. Marwick, "An Historical Study of Paper Document Restoration Methods," The American University, 1964 (Library Science). It is remarkable because of the large number of primary sources used, and the care and judgement with which the work was done. It is 171 pages long and can be ordered through xerox-University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI. Document # M-67O. (Credit was omitted in the article.)
Associate editors are needed for the Abbey Newsletter in the following areas:
Minimizing Bulk in Books Resewn and Recased in Original
Cover: A Page from a Shop Manual
Needs and Priorities in the Conservation of Books and Documents: A Survey of Expert Opinion
A survey of advice from accepted authorities on the dressing of leather
One or more articles on the preservation of leather, summarizing research and drawing conclusions for practice
Reports on recent conventions
Supplies and Equipment
Coverage of specific conventions
The Abbey Newsletter: Bookbinding and Conservation is issued 6 tines a year by Ellen McCrady. 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 $12.00 to Abbey Newsletter, 5410 85th Ave. #2, New Carrolton, MD 20784. Institutions may initiate subscriptions in their usual way, by requesting them through subscription agencies or by sending purchase orders.
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|Copyright 1981||Ellen McCrady|
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