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- Subject: RE: Classes
- From: "Peter David Verheyen" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 1994 07:38:43 -0400
- Message-Id: <"tHpej2.m1.M23.N8T4l"@sul2>
One of the places to get information about classes and teachers is the Guild
of Book Workers "Study Opportunity List." It is free to Guild members, but
can be obtained by writing to Howard Stein, 225 Linclon Place, Brooklyn, NY
The list is broken down by state.
You might also considering the Guild of Book Workers. Information on doing
that can be obtained by writing to the Guild at 521 Fifth Ave, New York, NY
10175. Dues are $40/yr. There is also a midwest chapter, which seems to
focus on eastern Ohio (Cleveland) you could join for an additional $10.
THe GUild publishes a bi-monthly Newsletter which list workshops... as well
as a sometimes erratic Journal. It also also an annual conference which is a
series of 4 presentations on various topics.
Peter D. Verheyen
Rare Books Conservator
B-39 Olin Library
Cornell University Library
Ithaca, NY 14853
607 / 255-2484