• Guild of Book Workers Journal / Guild of Book Workers, Inc.
Guild of Book Workers Journal / Guild of Book Workers, Inc. Guild of Book Workers Journal / Guild of Book Workers, Inc.

Guild of Book Workers Journal / Guild of Book Workers, Inc.

Serials (publications)


REF.SE.1414
v. ill. 22 cm
1962
New York City
Bookbinding, Artists' books, Conservation, Book ornamentation, Incunabula, Sewing, Book industries and trade--History
The Guild of Book Workers Journal was published annually and/or semiannually by the Guild of Book Workers, a non-profit organization in New York City. The Journal was in production from 1962 through 2009. The journal was published for members but accepted articles written by non-members as well. Membership also included the Guild of Book Workers Newsletter and lists of sources and supplies. "The Guild of Book Worker's Journal is an annual publication containing in depth articles, technical how-to's, essays, profiles, illustrated exhibit reviews. The subjects cover general matters relating to the hand book crafts. Included are contemporary creative book arts as well as traditional fine design bindings and the conservation and restoration of old books." -Guild of Book Workers website "The Guild of Book Workers was founded in 1906, a part of the general revival of arts and crafts that had begun in England at least a decade earlier. Made up of practitioners in several hand book crafts-- calligraphers, papermakers, printers, binders, restorers-- it is among the oldest craft organizations in the United States." Volume 19, No. 1&2, 1980-1981 "The Guild produces a bimonthly newsletter containing information about events of interest such as members' activities, lectures, courses and new publications. In addition, it publishes a semiannual journal that reports on Guild programs and exhibitions. The journal also contains original articles and reprints from other sources. The subjects cover general matters relating to the hand book crafts. Included are contemporary creative book arts as well as traditional fine design bindings, and the conservation and restoration of old books." - Membership Brochure, 2006 CBA Holdings Include: Volume XIX, No. 1 and 2, 1980-1981 Volume XXXI, No. 1 and 2, Spring/Fall 1993 Volume XXXII, No. 1, Spring 1994 Volume XXXIII, No. 1, Spring 1995 Volume XXXIII, No. 2, Fall 1995 Volume XXXIV, No. 1 [undated] Volume XXXIV, No. 2 Section B [undated] Volume XXXV, No. 1 [undated] Volume XXXV, No. 2 [undated] Volume XXXVI, No. 2, 2001