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Bibliographies of Reference Works
These bibliographies can form the foundation for learning about the many
facets of the book arts and building ones own reference library. The bookbinding
bibliography represents a portion of the personal library of Peter D.
Verheyen, and includes over 240 titles. I hope that other subjects can
be added under their own headings, including reference books / glossaries,
conservation and preservation, book arts exhibition catalogs, ...
While there is a tremendous wealth of information on the Web, much more (often the most authoritative) is available
only in print. Journal articles can be gotten through inter-library loan, and books can
be found at your local bookstore, Amazon,
Barnes and Noble, through various antiquarian dealers
via Bookfinder, or on
- Bookbinding, decorated papers,
... : Compiled by Peter Verheyen from his personal reference library.
- Select Bibliography of Endbands:
Compiled by Donia Conn and Peter Verheyen.
- Library of the Queensland
(AU) Bookbinders: Annotated reference library. Subject areas include:
General Bookbinding, Conservation, Marbling and Decorative Paper Techniques,
History and Journal Articles, Printing and Typography, Exhibition and
Supply Catalogues, Journals and Newsletters, Australian Publications
and Conference Proceedings, Samples of Binding Styles.
- Marbling and Decorated Papers: Compiled
by Annabelle Shrieve. NEW 3/11/2015
- Teaching Children Bookbinding: A Pathfinder
for Educators: Created specifically for the virtual library at Northwest
Indian College (NWIC) so exlusively sources that are available for free
on the Internet are included. Additionally, searches were confined to
sites that would be relevant and useful to the K-8 pre-service teachers
in the Oksale Native Teacher Preparation Program at NWIC.