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Re: Bookish Weekend in Claremont



Also, on Sunday at the Library at Occidental College, in Eagle Rock, Jim &
Caroline Robertson, owners and operators of the Yolla Bolly Press, of
Covelo, Calif., have a reception and exhibit from 2 to 4, celebrating their
25 years of very special publishing.  The press issues limited edition,
hand-set, sewn, hand bound books of special note:  "The Man Who Loved Wine,"
"Babbet's Feast,"  Andre Gide's "Theseus," etc.  Extraordinary work by
equally special people.  The show is to run through January, but the
Robertsons will be there on Sunday.
Charles Schermerhorn

-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Harvey-Sahak <jharveysahak@ROCKY.CLAREMONT.EDU>
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Date: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 4:07 PM
Subject: Bookish Weekend in Claremont


>For those southern Californians or visitors on the list who may be
>planning to attend the Frederic Goudy Lecture and/or the Clasps-making
>Workshop with  Franklin Mowery this Saturday and Sunday, November 6 and
>7, let me remind you of these and other book related events at Scripps
>College in Claremont this weekend. The two exhibits described below can
>also be viewed until early December.
>
>Come to Claremont early to visit the current exhibition at the Denison
>Library, Scripps College Campus. "Ediciones Dos Amigos" showcases the
>beautifully designed, printed and illustrated books in limited editions
>produced by  Ediciones Dos Amigos in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Originally
>shown at the Bridwell Library at Southern Methodist University from June
>through September 1999, this exhibition features texts by South American
>authors such as Borges, Guiraldes, Lugones, Molinari and Neruda
>illustrated by South American artists including Aberastury, Badii,
>Carballo, and Ripoll. The exhibition may be viewed through November 30.
>Hours this weekend are Saturday, Noon-5pm and Sunday, Noon-11pm. For
>more details telephone 909-607-3941.
>
>In addition the 1998-99 Guild of Book Workers exhibition, "ABECEDARIUM,
>An exhibit of Alphabet books" featuring the work of forty participating
>GBW members will open on Saturday, November 6 at the Clark Humanities
>Museum at Scripps College. Frank Mowery, Goudy Lecturer and Past
>President of the Guild of Book Workers, will be the guest of honor at a
>reception from 4:30-6pm in the Clark Humanities Museum. Sponsored by the
>Scripps College Press, the reception is free and open to the public. For
>local information about this exhibition at the Humanities Museum through
>December 2,  telephone 909-607-3606. Visit the GBW website to see the
>exhibition catalog which will also be available for $20 at the Clark
>Humanities Museum.      http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw/
>
>Frederic W. Goudy Lecture. "Bound and Closed: An Overview of Fine and
>Historical Bindings with Clasps from the Folger Shakespeare Library".
>Franklin Mowery, Head Conservator at the Folger. Saturday, November 6,
>7:30 pm, Humanities Auditorium, Scripps College. Free and Open to the
>Public.
>
>Workshop, "Clasps  and Bosses, a Guide to Their Manufacture" with Frank
>Mowery, Saturday, November 6 and Sunday, November 7, 9:30-4:30 each day
>at the Scripps College Press. Fee: $150+$20 for cost of materials.
>Reservations required.
>
>Dinner with Frank Mowery. November 6, 6 pm. Wilbur Hall, Scripps
>College. $19.50 per person.  Reservations required.
>
>For additional information about the Goudy Lecture, the Workshop or
>Dinner, please telephone Kitty Maryatt, Director of the Scripps College
>Press, 909-607-3866 or e-mail her at Kmaryatt@scrippscol.edu.
>
>
>Judy Harvey Sahak
>Librarian, Denison Library
>Scripps College
>Claremont, CA 91711
>909-621-8973
>jharveysahak@rocky.claremont.edu
>
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