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Date: Friday, November 16, 2001 0:01 am
Hello,
You can order Mohawk Superfine Text and Cover from Daniel Smith.  Text comes
25"x38" and is $.69/sht. Cover is 26"x40" and is $1.12/sht.  The price goes
down from there if you order a larger quantity.
Deborah

Subject: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 14 Nov 2001 to 15 Nov 2001 (#2001-308)

> There are 6 messages totalling 244 lines in this issue.
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> Topics of the day:
>
>  1. Repair Job
>  2. RBS 2002 Summer Session courses (2)
>  3. Open House Reminder
>  4. Columbia College Book and Paper Art Center
>  5. Paper source
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> Date:    Wed, 14 Nov 2001 23:00:23 -0800
> From:    "Jack C. Thompson" <tcl@TELEPORT.COM>
> Subject: Re: Repair Job
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> >Yesterday a client came into the shop with a late 19th c book of maps
> >that had been badly rebound, looking to have me put new covers on it.
> >I refused because the pages had been rehinged with cloth tape and
> >clunkily resewn. The hinges wouldn't have been such a bad idea,
> except>the grain of the paper is wrong.
> >
> >I had the digital camera handy and put some pix of the problems at
> >http://minsky.com/repairjob111301.htm
> >
> >The pages don't open flat and are heavily cockled near the spine. I
> >suggested they have the entire book unhinged and rehinged with a
> >strong Japanese-style paper, perhaps with the grain of the hinge
> paper>parallel to the grain of the pages (!?). I'm wondering if
> anyone has
> >experience with this situation and has tried such a solution, or
> has a
> >better idea.
> >
> >My shop is not set up for "wet-work." I would be willing to
> >subcontract the rehingeing, or for that matter, pass the whole job on
> >to someone who is set up for this (if the price is acceptable to the
> >client). My suggestion on the binding is to resew the book on tapes,
> >lift the blind & gold stamped cloth off the original boards and place
> >them as an onlay on a new cloth case, and case the book in with cloth
> >hinges. Details about the spine (plain, tooled, perhaps a
> >leather-grained cloth as in the original) still have to be worked out
> >with the client.
> >
> >The client may also still prefer to have the book recased as is (to
> >save $$), which I would not do, but someone else might be willing to
> >do.  If you have any interest in taking on this job, either just the
> >page work, the whole thing, or to recase it as is, please email me
> >off-list. If you have experience with this sort of problem, posting
> >suggestions about how to proceed would probably be of interest to the
> >list and useful to have in the list archive.
> >
> >The client is in New York City, but I expect the book could be
> shipped>anywhere in North America.
> >
> >--
> > Richard
> > http://minsky.com
>
>
> Jack C. Thompson
> Thompson Conservation Lab.
> 7549 N. Fenwick
> Portland, Oregon  97217
>
> 503/735-3942  (voice/fax)
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>
> "The lyfe so short; the craft so long to lerne."
> Chaucer  _Parlement of Foules_ 1386
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> Date:    Thu, 15 Nov 2001 03:51:22 -0500
> From:    Terry Belanger <belanger@VIRGINIA.EDU>
> Subject: RBS 2002 Summer Session courses
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> This message is being posted to the Book_arts-L, ExLibris, and SHARP
> electronic bulletin boards.
>
> Rare Book School (RBS) is pleased to announce the schedule of
> courses for
> its first summer session, Monday-Friday 8-12 July and Monday-Friday
> 15-19
> July 2002.
>         The new courses offered include B-010: Introduction to the
> Historyof Bookbinding, taught by Jan Storm van Leeuwen (Keeper of
> the Binding
> Collection, Royal Dutch Library, The Hague); and L-075: Electronic
> Texts in
> XML, taught by David Seaman, with Christine Ruotolo and Matthew
> Gibson (all
> of the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center).
>         John Buchtel (RBS) and Mark Dimunation (Chief, Rare Book &
> SpecialCollections Division, Library of Congress) will begin
> teaching H-010: The
> History of the Book, 200-2000; and RBS regulars Greer Allen, Sue
> Allen,Martin Antonetti, William P. Barlow, Jr, Mirjam Foot, James
> Mosley, Alice
> Schreyer, and Michael Twyman will all be on hand doing what they do
> best.
> The RBS 2002 courses offered in the second summer session (Monday-
> FridayJuly 29-August 2 and Monday-Friday 5-9 August) will be
> announced shortly.
>
>
> Terry Belanger : University Professor : University of Virginia
> 114 Alderman Library : Charlottesville, VA  22903
>         Telephone 434-924-8851
>                 Fax 434/924-8824
>                         Email belanger@virginia.edu
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> Date:    Thu, 15 Nov 2001 12:09:14 -0500
> From:    Katie Harper <knharper@FUSE.NET>
> Subject: Open House Reminder
>
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> You are cordially invited to attend
> a Holiday Open House
> at Ars Brevis Press/Studio
> Sunday, December 2, 2001, from 1-5pm
> 1133 Shangrila Drive, Cincinnati
>
>
>
>
> This event, which is co-sponsored by the Cincinnati Book Arts Society,
> will kick off our fundraising efforts for the proposed Cincinnati
> Center for
> Book, Printing and Paper Arts.
>
>
> You'll enjoy a tour of Ars Brevis Press's facilities and studio, which
> include two Chandler and Price platen letterpresses as well as a
> Vandercookproofing press, and many fonts of handset type. In
> addition, you'll have an
> opportunity to learn more about the Cincinnati Center for Book,
> Printing and
> Paper Arts. Co-directors of the Center are Katie Harper, your host and
> proprietor of Ars Brevis Press, and Gabrielle Fox of Gabrielle Fox
> Bookbinding.
>
> You can even participate in hands-on, printing and binding your own
> limited-edition miniature calendar for 2002. Demonstrations will
> also be
> featured and refreshments will be served.
>
> Everyone is welcome, so bring your friends, artists, book lovers,
> and other
> interested individuals you know.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Katie Harper
> Ars Brevis Press
> Cincinnati, OH
> 513-233-9588
>
> Remember: Book arts will save the world!
>
>
>
> Katie Harper
> Ars Brevis Press
> Cincinnati, OH
> 513-233-9588
>
> Remember: Book arts will save the world!
>
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> Date:    Thu, 15 Nov 2001 14:23:47 EST
> From:    Amy Brown <AvaAdore0@AOL.COM>
> Subject: Columbia College Book and Paper Art Center
>
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> Does anybody know when columbia colleges book and paper art
> center's winter
> and spring courses will be posted on their website?
>
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> Date:    Thu, 15 Nov 2001 18:13:03 -0500
> From:    Bette Abdu <babdu@LR.NET>
> Subject: Paper source
>
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> May I have the list members suggestions on where I can mail order
> purchaseMohawk Superfine paper at a good price?
>
> Also, any suggestions on book board sources?
> Thanks
> Bette Abdu in New Hampshire
>
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>
> Date:    Thu, 15 Nov 2001 19:17:48 -0500
> From:    Karl Best <kfbest@MEDIAONE.NET>
> Subject: Re: RBS 2002 Summer Session courses
>
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>          CENTRAL NEW YORK BOOK ARTS: TRADITIONAL TO INNOVATIVE
>           See The Exhibition Online, And Order Your Catalog.
>                      <" target="l">http://www.philobiblon.com>
>             ***********************************************
>
> > Rare Book School (RBS) is pleased to announce the schedule of
> courses for
> > its first summer session, Monday-Friday 8-12 July and Monday-
> Friday 15-19
> > July 2002.
> >    The new courses offered include .... Electronic Texts in XML...
>
>
> Awfully strange topic for a rare book school, don't you think :-)
>
>
> ======================================================
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> Karl F. Best
> kfbest@mediaone.net          "A Luddite with a Laptop..."
> Chelmsford, MA
>
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> End of BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 14 Nov 2001 to 15 Nov 2001 (#2001-308)
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