Friday, March 9, 2007
9:00 am 4:30 pm
Music Room, Goodhart Hall
T The seminar will be moderated by Jim Green, Librarian of The Library Company of
The Bryn Mawr College Library is sponsoring a one-day seminar to stimulate research in the history of bookbinding in America by reporting on current studies, identifying gaps in our knowledge of the field, and proposing promising areas of research
The seminar will be moderated by Jim Green, Librarian of The Library Company of
Steve Beare, "Discovery of the Remarkable 19th-Century Pattern Book of Samuel
Gary Frost, Conservator of the Libraries,
Vincent Golden, Curator of Newspapers and Periodicals, American Antiquarian Society, "The Golden Gift: What 50 Copies Reveals about Batch Binding"
Greta Golick, Doctoral Candidate, Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture, Mary-Parke Johnson, Alderman Library,
Mary-Parke Johnson, Alderman Library,
Thomas E. Kinsella, Associate Professor of British Literature, Stockton College, "What 300+ Signed American Bindings Do Not Tell Us"
Andrea Krupp, Conservator, The Library Company of
Robert J. Milevski, Preservation Librarian, Princeton University Library, "Bookbinding Brass Dies, in particular those of The Riverside Press"
Todd Pattison, Associate Book Conservator, Northeast Document
Jennifer Woods-Rosner, Chief of Conservation, The Library Company of The seminar will be Friday, March 9, 2007, from 9:30 to 4:30, at
The seminar will be Friday, March 9, 2007, from 9:30 to 4:30, at
Registration fee: $40; Student registration: $10. Registration fees include lunch.
Deadline for registration: March 5, 2007.
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