Journal Centennial Issue

Guild of Book Workers Centenary Symposium
New York Academy of Medicine, October 13-14, 2006

1. Introduction and Opening Remarks
by Betsy Palmer Eldridge

2. The Club Bindery and its Successor, the Rowfant Bindery
by Sam Ellenport

3. Nineteenth Century American Book Covers
by Sue Allen

4. Hand Papermaking in the Twentieth Century
by Cathleen A. Baker

5. Despite All Odds
by Barbara Kretzmann

6. Thirty Years of Milestones in Book Conservation
by Don Etherington

7. Decorated Papers in the United States
by Sidney Berger

8. A Legacy of Letters, 1906–2006
by Nancy Leavitt

9. Twentieth Century American Printing
by Martin Antonetti

10. The Book Art Movement from the 1970s Forward
by Richard Minsky

11. Teaching the Book Arts
by Hedi Kyle

12. Modern American Fine Binding
by Deborah Evetts

13. Bookbinding in Quebec
by Monique Lallier

14. New England Region Report
by Barbara Blumenthal

15. The Guild of Book Workers and the Book Arts in New York, from World War II to the Present: An Overview
by Jean Stephenson, Mindell Dubansky, Jeri Davis, Susan Martin, and Mary Schlosser

16. From Three Rivers to the Delaware Bay
by Don Rash

17. The History of Bookbinding and Book Conservation in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia since the Civil War: A Work in Progress
by Jana Dambrogio

18. Midwest Presentation
by Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler

19. Bookbinding in Texas
by Catherine Burkhard and Priscilla Spitler

20. Westward Bound: Surveying the History of Bookbinding and the Book Arts in the Rocky Mountain West
by Karen Jones

21. West Coast Bookbinders in the Past 100 Years
by Margaret Johnson and Signa Houghteling

22. Collecting American Book Art
by Priscilla Juvelis