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by John Cotton Dana

eBook Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries (Classic Reprint) download ISBN: 1440072159
Author: John Cotton Dana
Publisher: Forgotten Books (April 17, 2010)
Language: English
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Lara B-S marked it as to-read Aug 31, 2018. Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates. About John Cotton Dana. John Cotton Dana (born August 19, 1856 in Woodstock, Vermont - d. July 21, 1929 in Newark, New Jersey) was an American library and museum director who sought to make these cultural institutions relevant to the daily lives of citizens.

Naud6 On Binding"The fourth is, to retrench & cut off all the superfluous expences, which manv orodieaUv and to no ouroose bestow upon the binding and ornaments of their Books, and to employ it in pu. .

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CHAPTER IV Binding Materials Suitable for a Library. CHAPTER XIX Makers and Dealers in Bookbinders’ Materials, Tools and Machinery. CHAPTER XX A Few of the Best Books on Bookbinding, Paper and Leather. CHAPTER V Rebinding for Libraries. CHAPTER VI Lettering and Numbering the Backs of Books. CHAPTER VII Pamphlets. CHAPTER VIII Magazine Binders.

Library Binding Manual by L Feipel 1951 (90 pages). A Bibliography of Bookbinding 1892 (31 pages). New Books For Old by M Wheelock 1916 (51 pages). Notes On Bookbinding For Libraries by John cotton Dana 1910 (170 pages)

Library Binding Manual by L Feipel 1951 (90 pages). Library Bookbinding 1916 (248 pages). List of Manuscripts Printed Books 1897 (82 pages). Manual of Library Bookbinding Practical and Historical by H Coutts 1911 (297 pages). Notes On Bookbinding For Libraries by John cotton Dana 1910 (170 pages). Nouveau Manuel Complet Du Relieur by L Lenormand 1853 (281 pages). One Hundred and Eighty Eight Manuscripts Bindings Books and Autograph Letters including the magnificent Calvillo Pontifical by J Pearson & Co (174 pages).

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Notes on Bookbinding for Librariesby John Cotton Dana. That visit had much to do with the con tents of this little book. Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries. I had looked into the subject of library binding and discovered the ignorance concerning it of Amer ican librarians, including myself, before I visited Mr. Chivers' beautiful bindery in Bath, England, several years ago. Mr. Chivers was quite of my opinion that the only way to induce librarians in America to improve our binding was to persuade us to look into the subject.

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Notes on Bookbinding for Libraries.

On Binding "The fourth is, to retrench & cut off all the superfluous expences, which manv orodieaUv and to no ouroose bestow upon the binding and ornaments of their Books, and to employ it in purchasing such as they want, that so they may not be obnoxious to that * censure of Seneca, who hand-somlv reproaches those, Quibus volumintim suorum frontes maxime placent titulique; & this the rather, that the binding is nothing but an accident & form of appearing, without which (at least so splendid and sumptuous) Books become altogether as useful, commode & rare; it becoming the ignorant onelv to esteem a Book for its cover; seeing it is not with Books, as it is with men, who are onely known and respected for their robes and their clothes, so that it is a great deal better, and more necessary, for example, to have a good quantity of Books, well & ordinarily bound, than to have a little Chamber or Cabinet full of washed, gilded, ruled, and enriched with all manner of nicity, lux and suTable of Contents Description of Frontispiece 4; Quotation from :aucie 9; Preface to Second and Re"ised Edition : [1; Table of Contents , 13; List of Illustrations 15; Introductory 17; Binding: the Process Described 26; The Literary Side of Library Rebinding 36; Binding rl'faterials Suitable for- a Library 41; Rebinding for Libraries ~ 44; Lettering and Xumbering the Backs of Books 53; Palnphlets ' " 58; Magazine Binders 6 [; Repairing Books, General Rules 68; Repairing Books, Newark llethods 74; Repairing Books, Materials and Tools 86; Covering Books 90; Leather, General Notes 93; Paper and Paper Jfaking " 10 I; Binding Records ~ IIO; Binding Records and X otes-~ ewark II 2; Bindery Equipment 1[5; List of Technical Terms 1 19; List of :-,:Jakers of and Dealers in Bookbinders'; Materials, Tools and I1achincry 161; A Few of the Best Dooks on Bookbinding,; Paper and Leather 163; Index 169A