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Author Name:    HORTON, Carolyn. Conservation of Library Materials, LTP Publication, No. 16

Title:   Cleaning and Preserving Bindings and Related Materials. Pamphlet 1 of a series. Second Edition, Revised. Illustrated by Aldren A. Watson.

Publisher:    Library Technology Program, American Library Association, Chicago, 1976, 

Seller ID:   79978

HORTON, Carolyn. Cleaning and Preserving Bindings and Related Materials. Pamphlet 1 of a series. Second Edition, Revised. Illustrated by Aldren A. Watson. Chicago : Library Technology Program, American Library Association, (June 1976). Third Printing. Pp [i]-xx,[1]-87,(1). Illustrated. Index. 4to, tan card covers, printed in brown. Conservation of Library Materials, LTP Publication, No. 16. Contents : Preparing to Recondition a Library (Work Area– Moving Books – Recording the Shelf Positioin of Books in a Catalogued Co llection - Recording the Shelf Positioin of Books in a Uncatalogued Collection – Vacuuming Books on the Shelf – Removing Books from the Shelf – Dusting). Sorting Books and Identifying Problems (Labels – Book Jackets – Sharp Metal Fittings – Large Books – Untitled Slipcases – Leather Bindings – Vellum and Alum-tawed Leather Bindings – Inspecting Cloth, Paper, Tawed Leather,and Vellum Bindings – Bookplates – Enclosures – Acid Migration – Leaf Repa ir and Loose Plates – Tightening Books in Their Cases – Clean Inside – Clean Tops – Open Leaves – Clean Outside – Color – Seal Heads and Tails – LooseLabels – Rebuild Corners – Staples – Write-up). Treatment (Bookplates – En closures – Acid Migration – Leaf Repair and Loose Plates – Tuightening Books in Their Cases – Clean Inside – Cleaning Maps and Broadsides – Clean Tops– Open Leaves – Clean Outside – Color – Seal Heads and Tails – Loose Label s – Rebuild Corners – Vellum and Alum-tawed Leather Bindings – Staples – Write-up – Tie-up – Wrap-up -Treatment of Leather with Potassium Lactate Solution – Exterior Treatment of Quarter-, Half-, or Full-Leather Bindings – Selecting a Leather Dressing – Applying the Leather Dressing – Polishing – Inspecting Oiled Books – Suede and Very Powdery Leather Bindings – Interior Treatment of Leather Bindings – How Often Should Books Be Treated? Appendix 1. Work Flow Diagram. 2. Supplies and Equipment. 3. Sources of Supply. 4. Summary of Test Report. Glossary. Selected Bibliography. Index. Name, else very good. 40.00


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