University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Binding Department World War II Service Record Albums, including photographs, clippings and letters from 18 employees who were in military service. Kept by Mrs. Avis Auld Ball, Miss Jean Lokke, and Miss Josie Houchens, the letters cover military activities and recollections of the Binding Department. The clippings include reports of military service and marriages.
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Preservation Administration Subject File papers of William T. Henderson (1929-), Binding Librarian (1965-78), Head, Binding Preservation Division (1979-86), Preservation Librarian (1987-96), and Thomas H. Teper, Preservation Librarian (2001-05); contains assessments, correspondence, environmental data logs, Preservation Committee minutes (1977-82, 1985, 1987-96), project plans, reports, statistics, training handouts, questionnaires; including correspondence with University Librarian Hugh Atkinson, University Librarian David Bishop, Assistant Librarian for Special Collections and Collection Development Norman Brown, Conservation Assistant Carolyn J. Gammon, Director of Technical Services Michael Gorman, Chicora Foundation Consultant Dr. Michael Trinkley, Association of Research Libraries (1984-85, 1987-2004), Chicora Foundation (2001), Committee on Institutional Cooperation (1991, 1993-96), and National Underground Storage (1989, 1995-96), and relating to binding, ... Read More
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Boston Athenaeum
Primarily illustrations of bindings clipped from a variety of sources, but also includes a few ms. binding designs. A notice "From a number of members of the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts" regarding a deficit and a supplemental ballot (1 sheet) is laid-in at front. Laid-in at back are: 14 typewritten sheets, 1 ill. mounted on thick stock, and 1 sheet of printed examples of initial letters folded around 6 sheets of tracing paper with practice letters drawn in manuscript -- A majority of the bindings illustrated are French. Manuscript binding designs include an exlibris design for Josephine P. Morgan and a book of remembrance in memory of John O. Chase. Typewritten sheets are mostly bibliographies or definitions relating to the history of the book
Newberry Library
Bound registers providing a day-to-day record of titles bound, type of binding used, and number of volumes
Newberry Library
Correspondence and records of receipts and disbursements, kept by Bindery Supervisors John Schonenberger, 1895-1927, and Emil J. Schoenenberger, 1927-1945 -- Correspondence includes letters regarding outside binding jobs and memoranda to Philip Williams, Newberry Library Financial Agent. Receipts and disbursements list all outside binding jobs, the number of items bound, the cost in materials and the total charge
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, day and account books, deeds, mortgages, real estate agreements, prescriptions, minutes and bylaws of organizations with which family members were involved, estate papers, business records, military papers, tax records, diaries, inventories, stock certificates, wills, obituaries, scrapbooks, poems, genealogical materials, memorabilia, and other papers. Includes papers of Phineas Shepard (1766-1840), mason, bookbinder, and farmer, and his wife, Mary (Webster) Shepard (1772-1848), documenting business and family interests; his son-in-law, Julius Gilman (1799-1886), publisher and bookbinder; Gilman's son, Julius Sheldon Gilman (1833-1911), quartermaster with 22nd Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, during the Civil War, including orders, records of clothing and ordnance, and forms and records (1865-1866) of Choral Union of Hartford, of which he was secretary; and another son, George Shepard Gilman (1825-1886), lawyer, businessman, city council member, and civic and ... Read More
Grolier Club