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Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
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TitleBonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
VolumeVolume 4 number 1
SubjectArtists' books
Bookbinding -- Repairing
Books -- Conservation and restoration
Paper -- Preservation
DescriptionSylvæ: an Adventure in Fine Printmaking by Gaylord Schanilec

Collecting Artists' Books: One Librarian's Path from Angst to Enlightenment by Ruth Rogers

The Failure of Fine Printing by Michael Russem

Book Arts at Boise State University by Tom Trusky

Creating the Future: Reflections on Outreach Programs for At-Risk Students by Mary M. Ashton

Creating a Facsimile Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle by Selim Nahas

A Method for Reblocking Modern Books by Pamela Barrios

Guild of Book Workers 100th Anniversary Exhibition Catalog Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

A Review of the Book of Origins: A Survey of American Fine Binding Exhibition by Terrie L. Wilson
PublisherPeter D. Verheyen
AuthorSchanilec, Gaylord
Rogers, Ruth
Russem, Michael
Trusky, Tom
Ashton, Mary M.
Nahas, Selim
Barrios, Pamela
Verheyen, Peter
Wilson, Terrie L.
Summon Content TypeeJournal
Format4,671,063 bytes
RightsThe Bonefolder, an outgrowth of the Book Arts Web, is a peer-reviewed "open-access" e-journal for bookbinding and the book arts, and is published by Peter D. Verheyen under a Creative Commons "Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works" license. Full information on The Bonefolder can be found at It is archived as part of the LOCKSS Humanities Project, by Syracuse University Library, with additional access provided via the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
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