The Abbey Newsletter

Volume 9, Number 1, Part 2
Apr 1985


Entries for a Filing System on the Subject of Preservation of Library Collections
and
S.L.S. Schermerhorn Laboratory Technical Notes Index

Gary Frost
March 1984

1. History


1.1 HISTORICAL BOOKBINDINGS
1.11 Japanese and Chinese bookbinding
1.12 Islamic bookbinding
1.121 Islamic to 16th century
1.122 Islamic 16th to 19th century
1.13 Christian North Africa bookbinding
1.131 Christian North Africa pre-8th century
1.132 Christian North Africa 8th to 16th century
1.133 Christian North Africa 16th to 19th century
1.134 Christian North Africa 20th century
1.14 Byzantine, Greek and Armenian bookbinding
1.141 Pre-8th century
1.142 8th to 16th century
1.143 16th to 19th century
1.15 European bookbinding
1.151 European pre-8th century
1.152 European 8th to 14th century
1.153 European 14th to 16th century
1.154 European 16th to 18th century
1.155 European 18th century
1.156 European 19th century
1.157 European 20th century
1.16 Bookbinding in the British Isles
1.161 British bookbinding to the 14th century
1.162 British, 14th to 16th century
1.163 British, 16th to 18th century
1.164 British, 18th century
1.165 British, 19th century
1.166 British, 20th century
1.17 Irish bookbinding
1.18 North America bookbinding
1.181 Through the 18th century, American
1.182 19th century American
1.183 20th century American

1.2 HISTORICAL BOOK CRAFTS AND TRADES
1.21 Non-paper sheet making craft
1.211 Vegetable material
1.212 Animal material
1.22 Papermaking craft
1.221 Eastern fiber/sheet forming
1.222 Western fiber/sheet forming
1.223 Paper makers' support crafts/trades
1.23 Book text production crafts and trades
1.231 Scribal craft
1.232 Printing trade
1.233 Book illustration printing
1.234 Printing support trades
1.24 Binding trade
1.241 Letterpress binding
1.2411 Bindery equipment & shop
1.242 Publishers' binding
1.2421 Bindery mechanization & plant
1.243 School book & bible binding
1.244 Library binding
1.245 Extra binding
1.2451 Finishing tools
1.246 Stationery binding
1.25 Bindery support trades
1.251 Tanning
1.252 Skin, vellum preparation
1.253 Book cloth manufacture
1.254 Stationery trade
1.255 Marbling, decorated paper
1.256 Tool cutting
1.257 Gold leaf & edge gilding
1.258 Clasp making, metal work

1.3 HISTORICAL BOOKBINDERS
1.31 Oriental binders
1.32 European binders
1.33 British binders
1.331 London binders
1.34 Irish binders
1.35 North America trade binders
1.351 Boston binders
1.352 Chicago binders
1.353 New York binders
1.354 Philadelphia binders
1.355 Religious/communal settlement

1.4 RECORDING HISTORICAL BINDINGS
1.41 Recording forms
1.42 Recording techniques
1.43 Recording data management

1.5 HISTORICAL LIBRARY CONSERVATION PRACTICE
1.51. Historical practice
1.52 Historical practitioners

2. Practice


2.1 PHILOSOPHY OF CONSERVATION
2.11 Ethics
2.12 Principles and standards
2.13 Terminology

2.2 ADMINISTRATION OF CONSERVATION
2.21 Program administration
2.211 Preservation policy
2.212 Fund raising and grants
2.22 Collection administration
2.221 Collection management
2.222 Condition survey
2.23 Facility administration
2.231 Treatment facility records
2.2311 Application of computers
2.232 Treatment facility costing & budget

2.3 ENVIRONMENT FOR CONSERVATION
2.31 Housing
2.311 Lighting
2.312 Temperature/relative humidity
2.313 Air quality
2.314 Vermin
2.315 HVAC, design and operation
2.3151 Environmental monitoring
2.32 Storage
2.321 Shelving
2.322 Drawers, furniture
2.323 Dead storage, time capsule
2.324 Collection rehousing
2.33 Handling
2.331 Moving
2.332 Packing, shipping
2.333 Reshelving, book drop
2.334 Reading, circulation
2.335 Photocopying
2.336 Vandalism
2.34 Security
2.341 Item identification/marking
2.342 Theft control
2.343 Construction/risk management
2.344 Circulation control
2.35 Exhibition
2.351 Case design & case environment
2.352 Installation techniques
2.353 Book cradle construction
2.354 Production and duration programming
2.36 Disaster
2.361 Disaster plan, prevention
2.362 Case history, recovery

2.4 SCIENCE OF CONSERVATION
2.41 Chemistry
2.411 Cellulose & paper chemistry
2.412 Photographic process chemistry
2.413 Leather, preserved skin chemistry
2.414 Solvent process
2.42 Microscopy
2.421 Photomicroscopy
2.422 Fiber microscopy
2.43 Testing
2.431 Materials testing
2.432 Binding structure testing
2.433 Pretreatment spot testing

2.5 TREATMENT FOR CONSERVATION
2.51 Conservation treatment facility
2.511 Treatment facility plan and design
2.512 Treatment facility equipment
2.513 Treatment facility materials
2.5131 Natural
2.51311 Paper
2.513111 "Permanent/durable" paper
2.51312 Cloth
2.51313 Skin
2.51314 Leather
2.51315 Adhesive
2.5132 Synthetic
2.51321 Liquid
2.51322 Sheet
2.514 Treatment facility staffing
2.515 Treatment facility safety
2.52 Conservation treatment specification
2.53 Item treatment technique
2.531 Treatment of single leaves
2.5311 Examination, documentation (written & photo)
2.5312 Cleaning, bleaching, enzymes
2.5313 Washing and deacidification
2.5314 Sizing and strengthening
2.5315 Mending, mounting, backing
2.5316 Leaf casting
2.5317 Matting, framing
2.532 Treatment of single books
2.5321 Examination, documentation (written & photo)
2.5322 Book boxing
2.5323 Book repair
2.53231 Minor repair
2.53232 Binding repair
2.53233 Restoration
2.5324 Rebinding
2.53241 Endpapers
2.53242 Sewing
2.53243 Cover-to-text attachment
2.53244 Covering
2.53245 Finishing
2.5325 Reformatting
2.533 Treatment of single photographs
2.534 Treatment of single maps
2.535 Treatment of non-book objects
2.536 Treatment of paintings
2.537 Treatment of (historical library) buildings
2.54 Series treatment technique
2.541 Archival, manuscript collections
2.5411 Series encapsulation
2.5412 Lamination, heat-set
2.5413 Enclosures
2.542 Book format collections
2.5421 Mass cleaning of books
2.5422 Collection furbishing
2.5423 Protective enclosure of book collections
2.5424 Phase treatment
2.5425 Mass deacidification of books
2.5426 Binding preparation
2.54261 Brittle book processing
2.54262 Hard copy photoduplication
2.54263 Microform duplication
2.54264 In-house text block and binding repair
2.54265 Library binding
2.54266 In-house rebinding
2.5429 Series reformatting (post bound encapsulations, matting and boxing of previously bound material)
2.543 Photographic collections treatment
2.544 Cartographic collections treatment
2.545 Magnetic records treatment
2.546 Film based records treatment
2.55 Series salvage technique
2.551 Salvage from water damage
2.552 Salvage from insect infestation
2.553 Salvage from fire damage
2.554 Salvage from vandalism

3. Services


3.1 PRESERVATION TRAINING SERVICES
3.11 Librarian education services
3.12 Reader/user education services
3.13 Practitioner training services
3.131 Training programs
3.1311 Johns Hopkins University
3.1312 Library of Congress
3.1313 S.L.S., Columbia University
3.1314 University of Texas
3.132 Bindery apprenticeships
3.133 Internships
3.134 Workshops

3.2 PRESERVATION PLACEMENT SERVICES
3.21 Job postings

3.3 PRESERVATION ADVISORY SERVICES
3.31 Organizational
ALA - RTSD - PLMS
Association of Research Libraries
American Institute for Conservation
(Book craft organizations)
Book & Paper Group, AIC
Guild of Book Workers
International Institute for Conservation
Library Binding Institute
Midwest Cooperative Conservation Program
National Institute for Conservation
National Preservation Program
(Regional conservation groups)
Society of American Archivists
3.32 Independent consultants

3.4 PRESERVATION TREATMENT SERVICES
3.41 Private practitioners
3.42 Institutional facilities
3.43 Regional centers, consortia Conservation Center, Philadelphia; NEDCC; NYACC

3.5 PRESERVATION PRODUCT SERVICES
3.51 Retailers of conservation supplies
3.52 Manufacturers of conservation equipment
3.53 Manufacturers of conservation products and supplies

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