|G1||The Abbey Newsletter||Brigham Young University||1986 – 88||Bookbinding and Conservation
Vols. 10, 11, & 12
Newsletter of the Preservation Department, Bingham Young University, Utah.
|G2||Morocco Bound, Journal of the Guild of Craft Bookbinders||1980 – 85||Vols. 1 to 6|
|G3||Morocco Bound, Journal of the Guild of Craft Bookbinders||1986 – 91||Vols. 7 to 12|
|G4||Queensland Bookbinders’ Guild – Guild Newsletter||1987 – 89||Vol. 2 ( Indexed)|
|G5||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1982||Vol. 1|
|G6||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1983 – 84||Vol. 2 & 3|
|G7||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1985 – 87||Vol. 4 & 5|
|G8||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1987 – 88||Vol. 6 & 7|
|G9||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1989 – 90||Vol. 8 & 9|
|G10||Bookbinder, Journal of the Society of Bookbinders||1991||Vol. 5
Articles: Binding by Design; Simple de-acidification; Binding of ‘King Lear’ (Philip Smith). Tradition of Gold Tooling. Designing nipping and lying presses, ploughs and electrically heated tools. Endpapers for restored leather bindings.
|G11||Leather Crafters’ of West Australia Newsletter||1982 – 87||Vols. 3 – 8|
|G12||The New Bookbinder||1981||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 1|
|G13||The New Bookbinder||1982||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 2|
|G14||The New Bookbinder||1984||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 4|
|G15||The New Bookbinder||1985||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 5
A bookbinding discussed (Ivor Robinson with Faith Shannon). Towards the rectangle; challenge or restraint Jeff Clements. Book conservation workshop manual, part 6 (Anthony Cains).
|G16||The New Bookbinder||1986||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 6
A bookbinding discussed (Ivor Robinson with Jeff Clements). A single hinge binding (James Brockman). Rough edge gilding (a step by step guide by Jen Lindsay). The Keatley Trust Collection of Fine Bindings (Dorothy A Harrop). Visible structure/visual books (Betty Lou Chaika).
|G17||The New Bookbinder||1987||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 7
Also contains index to Volumes 1 to 6. The Elizabeth Greenhill collection of fine bindings (Dorothy A Harrop). Book edge decoration ; a brief survey (Sam Ellenport. A bookbinding discussed (Ivor Robinson with Edgar Mansfield). Work of the Netherlands hand Bookbinders (Louise van der Peet). Two Greynog Bindings by George Fisher(examined by James Brockman and Jeff Clements). An interview with Timothy Ely (Matha Bergman). Bookbinding leather (An important article on many aspects of leather for bookbinding by Betty Haines).
|G18||The New Bookbinder||1988||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 8
Enough of decorated bindings (Micheline de Bellefroid). Development of Codex in the western world (Jen Lindsay). Confessions of a unrepentant designer bookbinder (Trevor Jones). Artist of the book (Jiri Hadlac). Bookworkers and adhesives (Ken Gostling – Pert 2 in Volume 9. Bookbindings from Germany (Gotthilf Kurz). First use of colour plates in the New Bookbinder.
|G19||The New Bookbinder||1989||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 9
The New Bookbinder: Leading Edges (Philip Smith). Philip Smith and his contribution to Bookbinding art (Frantisek Kusy). The Wardington collection of fine bindings (Dorothy A Harrop). Henri Creuzevault (Pascal Fulacher).
|G20||The New Bookbinder,||1990||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 10
Contains Index to volumes 7 to 9.
|G21||The New Bookbinder||1991||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 11
A limp vellum binding sewn on alum tawed thongs (a clear guide to doing this binding in forty steps with excellent diagrams, by Jen Lindsay). Bones of the book: An oblong identity (Timothy Ely, part 2 in volume 12). The Anthony Dowd Collection of fine bindings (Dorothy A Harrop). Rebacking – an alternative approach ( a complete guide using clear, captioned photographs, by James Brockman). On inlaying techniques (how to do this technique, with diagrams, by one of the best-known exponents, Jeff Clements). Syntactical pages (Keith A Smith). Conservator and book artist (Hedi Kyle).
|G22||Du Livre||1989 – 90||John Tonkin||Review (in French) of Contemporary Binding, Australian Capital Territory (See F6).|
|G23||Le Journal||Association des Relieurs du Quebec||1989||Vol. 7 Number 3
Article in English – ‘Le livre de raison’ is about limp vellum with tackets on the covers.
|G24||Le Journal||Association des Relieurs du Quebec||1990||Vol. 8 Number 2
Article in English on ‘The Book Snake’.
|G25||Le Journal||Association des Relieurs du Quebec||1990||Vol. 8 Number 3
Article in English – ‘Standard rare Box without Portfolio’.
|G26||Le Journal||Association des Relieurs du Quebec||1992||Vol. 10 Number 2
Fifty-two design bindings in full colour.
|G27||Queensland Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1980 – 86||Volume 1 Nos 1 to 25|
|Queensland Bookbinders Guild||File containing pamphlets and flyers re the guild; conservation; tool and material catalogues etc.|
|G27a||The New Bookbinder||1992||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 12
Bookworks at Oxford (Ivor Robinson). Presenting Don Quixote (H.van Gemerden & C. Van de Vendel). Canadian bookbindings (Diana Patterson). Polish bookbindings in the Hague (J.S. van Leeuwen). Artists’ books: not just a bookish art (Paula Hocks). Workshop notes (Jen Lindsay).
|G28||The New Bookbinder||1993||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 13
Angela James and the use of colour (Dorothy A Harrop). Learning to read art: The art of artists’ books (Judith Hoffberg). Onlays: some suggested techniques (Sally Lou Smith). The limp vellum binding: a modification (Robert Espinosa). Alternative book structures (Philip Smith). A vellum over boards binding (James Brockman). Children making books (Paul Johnson). Extending the options: the use of spirit leather dyes in bookbinding design (Trevor Jones ). Workshop notes (Jen Lindsay).
|G29||The New Bookbinder||1994||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 14
This edition surveys British Bookbinding in the Twentieth Century. British bookbinding at the beginning of the Twentieth Century (Marianne Tidcombe). Three binders of the mid-twentieth century (Dorothy A Harrop). Edgar Mansfield – Master of Expressive Design (Trevor Jones). Binding Edgar Mansfield’s designs (James Brockman). A century of developments in restoration binding (Bernard Middleton). The crossed structure binding (Carmencho Arregui).
|G30||The New Bookbinder||1995||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 15
Design, A Changing Concept (Jeff Clements). Re-thinking the Rigid spine (James Brockman). New Directions or No Directions? (Trevor Jones). Twenty-one case bindings and Five Experimental Books (Ivor Robinson). Fine Bindings in Australia (Roberta Johnstone).
|G31||Bookbinding in the British Isles|
|G32||Bookbinding in the British Isles|
|G33||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1991||Vol. 10
Contains index to Vols 1 – 10
|G34||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1992 – 93||Vol. 11 &12|
|G35||Victorian Bookbinders Guild Newsletter||1994 – 95||Vol. 13 &14|
|G36||The New Bookbinder||1996||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom, Vol. 16.|
|G37||The New Bookbinder||Journal of Designer Bookbinders United Kingdom.|
|G38||The East Asian Library Journal||Spring 1998|
|G39||The Society of Bookbinders Newsletter||Aug 2002|
|G40||Bookbinder, Journal of the Society of Bookbinders||2002||Vol. 16
Articles: Collecting Modern Bindings; Binders and Keepers; Cast in Brass; Education and Training; Good Book Binders; Wonderful Things.
|G41||The Society of Bookbinders Newsletter||Dec
|Articles: John Mitchell – Honorary Fellow; Report on Keith Smith’s “Sewing Single Sheets”; A Day with James Brockman; James Brockman’s binding, “The Island of Homer”; Book reviews.|
|G42||The Society of Bookbinders Newsletter||Apr
|Articles: Hewit’s move to Edinburgh; Courses; Exhibitions.|
|G43||The Society of Bookbinders Newsletter||Aug
|G44||The Society of Bookbinders Newsletter||Dec 2003||Tips, Seminars, 9/11 Tribute Book, courses, book review.|
|G45||Bookbinder – Journal of Society of Bookbinders, Vol 17||2003||Hidden treasures, Designing for Folio Society, Competition 2003 highlights.|
|G46||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 1/2004||Society of Bookbinders||Apr
|Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Profiles – Nigel Jury, Peri Hill, Ray Newbury; Exhibitions; workshops; training standards seminar, courses.|
|G47||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 2/2004||Society of Bookbinders||Aug
|Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Books in Wartime: Destruction and Repair; courses, workshops, competitions, training seminars.|
|G48||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 3/2004||Society of Bookbinders||Dec
|Jury, Nigel (Ed)|
|G49||Designer Bookbinders Newsletter, No 127||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||Summer 2004||Hudson, J & Carlyle, S (Eds)||New fellow and Licentiate; Recent work: Eri Funazaki; DB Lecture; Elizabeth Soutar Award; talks, lectures, education, exhibitions, events.|
|G50||Bookbinder – Journal of the Society of Bookbinders Volume 18||2004|
|G51||Designer Bookbinders Newsletter, No 128||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||Autumn 2004||Julie Hudson & Sylvia Carlyle (Eds)||Contemporary artists’ books: A Publisher’s Viewpoint by E Hill; Book Arts on the Internet; In Defence of Gold Tooling (T Rowledge)Covering rounded-only books in leather (D Perry).|
|G52||Designer Bookbinders Newsletter, No 129||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||Winter 2004||Julie Hudson & Sylvia Carlyle (Eds)||Paper-making in Japan (C Prince); Learning to be a Bookbinder 1 (B Tabram); Patterned Paper Pleasures (K Adams).|
Newsletter, No 130
|Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||Spring 2005||Julie Hudson & Sylvia Carlyle (Eds)||Tribute to Arthur W Johnson (Trevor Jones); Tabernacle. Hole, Horse, Hell-Box (V McArdle); Making a Mighty Manuscript; Writing the St John’s Bible in the 21st Century (D Penton)Learning to be a bookbinder 2 (J Sommerfeldt).|
|G54||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 1/2005||Society of Bookbinders||Apr 2005||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||obituary – Arthur William Johnson (1920 – 2004); Leather for Pleasure; The Bonefolder; Pick of the Websites; Lectures, Courses, Workshops.|
|G55||Designer Bookbinders Newsletter, No 131||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||Summer 2005||Julie Hudson & Sylvia Carlyle (Eds)||Three binders – Three Styles; individual approaches to bookbinding (J Koch); Book Art on the Edge: a brief history of fore-edge decoration (A Harrington); New Licentiate; workshops, gallery, exhibitions, competitions, lectures.|
|G56||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 2/2005||Society of Bookbinders||2005||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||105 years of bookbinding – Hull Bindery.|
|G57||Bookbinder Journal of the Society of Bookbinders Volume 19||Society of Bookbinders||2005||Lloyd, T. & Clark, I. (Eds)||Excellent articles by Arthur Johnson, Richard Smart, Trevor Lloyd and others, with coloured photographs.|
|G58||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 3/2005||Society of Bookbinders||2005||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Interesting articles including “Needles in Stitches” by Jane Randle, Bath Conference Miscellany.|
|G59a||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 1/2006||Society of Bookbinders||2006||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Contains article by President Maureen Duke “Book Arts: Bandwagon Not Tumbrel” and “Boxes are Merely Containers” by George Kilpatrick.|
|G59b||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 1/2006||Society of Bookbinders||2006||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Contains article by President Maureen Duke “Book Arts: Bandwagon Not Tumbrel” and “Boxes are Merely Containers” by George Kilpatrick.|
|G60||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 2/2006||Society of Bookbinders||2006||Jury, Nigel (Ed)||Contains response to M Duke’s Artists’ Books; article by M Hoppers on why the web is relevant to bookbinders; other interesting news items.|
|G61||The New Bookbinder Volume 18||Designer Bookbinder Publications Ltd||1998||Editorial Board||Bernard Middleton whose photograph appears on the front cover, reflects on his life of bookbinding on pages 1 to 19.|
|G62||The new Bookbinder Volume 19||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||1999||Editorial Board||One of the articles in this edition is by Sarah Bunn describing the construction of a Phase Slipcase (pp 72 – 77).|
|G63||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter No 1/2007||Designer Bookbinders Publications Ltd||April 2007||Williams, Gaynor (Ed)||The “noticeboard” section introduces the new editor. This issue contains articles on Douglas Cockerell and an obituary on the life of Elizabeth Greenhill (1907 – 2006). Of interest to QBG members is the review of Twenty-five Years of the Queensland Bookbinders’ Guild 1977 – 2002: a personal history, June McNicol, 2006.|
|G64||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter No 2/2007||Society of Bookbinders||August 2007||Williams, Gaynor (Ed)||The new editor has introduced sections such as “Laudits and Plaudits”, “Library Surprise” and “Picture Quiz”.|
|G65||Cloth, Paper, Scissors Issue 13||Interweave Press, Stow, MA, USA||July/August 2007||Bolton, P C (Ed-in-Chief)||Articles and colourful illustrations describe mixed media techniques for artistic discovery.|
|G66||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 3/2007||Society of Bookbinders||2007||Williams, Gaynor (Ed)||Mainly reports on sessions at successful education and training conference 2007 at University of York.|
|G67||Bookbinder Journal of the Society of Bookbinders Volume 21||Society of Bookbinders||2007||Lloyd, T & Lynch, D (Eds)||Contains various articles including details of winning entries in 2007 SoB International Competition|
|G68||Newsletter of Designer Bookbinders, No 142||Designer Bookbinders||Spring 2008||Lloyd, Rachel (Ed)||This issue is devoted to contemporary book arts. Feature article: Laser Cutting and Letterpress; review on lecture by Carolyn Traat: Books amp; STUFF – the Quiddity of Artists’ Books|
|G69||The New Bookbinder Vol 6, 1986||Carfax Publ Co||1986||Smith, P et al (Ed Board)||Articles include Modern British Book Binding (Miriam Foot); A Bookbinding Discussed (Ivor Robinson); Single Hinge Binding (James Brockman).|
|G70||The New Bookbinder Vol 22, 2002||Designer Bookbinder Publications Ltd||2002||Davies, N et al (Ed Board)||Contains an article by Peter Waters: “The Preservation of Library and Archive Material in the Digital Age”|
|G71||The New BookbinderVol 23, 2003||Designer Bookbinder Publications Ltd||2003||Davies, N et al (Ed Board)||Of the interesting articles in this edition, a discussion on small-scale equipment for the binding of miniature books might be attractive: “The Appeal of Miniatures” by John Gardner.|
|G72||The New Bookbinder Vol 17, 1997||Designer Bookbinder Publications Ltd||1997||Harrop, D et al (Ed Board)||Bernard Middleton’s article entitled “Elizabeth Greenhill at Ninety” is interesting. Articles on binding techniques; fore-edge painting also included.|
|G73||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 1/2008||SoB||April 2008||Williams, G (Ed)||This edition contains an informative article by Nigel Jury on the English language. Reference is also made to Maureen Duke’s 80th birthday celebrations in Trotton.|
|G74||CD The Bonefolder Volumes 1 – 4||Open access e-journal||2007||Copied to CD from internet||Various articles on bookbinding, book arts, restoration, conservation|
|G75||Raised Bands Jan-Feb 2006||Canberra Craft Bookbinders’ Guild||2006||Kesby, L (Ed)||Newsletter containing book reviews and local notices|
|G76||Raised Bands Aug-Sept 07||Canberra Craft Bookbinders’ Guild||2007||Florance, C (Ed)||Book The Artist and Book in Japan reviewed and items of local interest|
|G77||Raised Bands Oct-Nov 2007||Canberra Craft Bookbinders’ Guild||2007||Florance, C (Ed)||Short book reviews and items of local interest|
|G78||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 2/2008||SoB||August 2008||Williams, G (Ed)||News on learning and training opportunities in UK; books about binding and conservation reviewed.|
|G79||Designer Bookbinder Newsletter No 145||DB Publications Ltd||Winter 2008||Lloyd, Rachel (Ed)||Contemporary arts newsletter contains accounts of 2008 bookbinders’ competition in Manchester, binding of short-listed Booker and Man Booker Awards 2008 and various exhibitions|
|G80||Society of Bookbinders Newsletter 3/2008||SoB||Dec 2008||Williams, G (Ed)||Contains interesting accounts of events in Portsmouth and as far afield as Ghent and Munich; photos and comments on Maureen Duke’s 80th birthday|
|G81||Book binder Vol.22||The Journal of the Society of Bookbinders (UK)||2008||Bookbiker: An interview with Glenn Bartley. Papermaking and Water Paper Mills in England. Step by step: making a clamshell box (excellent pictures).|
|G82||SOB: The newsletter#1||Society of Bookbinders (UK)||April 2009||Cover story: An exhibition of bookbinding.|
|G83||The Library Magazine||National Library of Australia||March 2009||Sylvia Marchant describes some of the beautiful bindings and artists book in the NLA collection. Light in the South: Aurora Australis: First book written and published in Antarctica.|