Sue Huggins Leopard
Veda and Meda Rives
Thomas Parker Williams
Guild of Book Workers
Summerfield, North Carolina
Don Etherington is the Director of the Book Conservation Program at the American Academy of Bookbinding. Nationally and internationally recognized for innovative design and implementation of state-of-the-art conservation procedures, including phased preservation programs for libraries and institutions, Don brings over 60 years of professional experience to the AAB. After extensive training in England, he established a four-year program in bookbinding and design at Southampton College of Art and has conducted workshops and seminars for colleges, universities, and the Guild of Bookworkers. President of the Etherington Conservation Services in Greensboro, N.C., Don also holds the position of Fellow in both the American Institute for Conservation and the International Institute for Conservation. Other professional affiliations include the Guild of Bookworkers (Past chairman, Standards Committee); Accredited Fellow, Institute of Paper Conservation in England; and member of the American Library Association.
Functional Developments in Bookbinding, 2011
In the spirit of “Horizon,” this book illustrates and discusses the development of 18th century bindings. Graham Pollard also writes about changes in styles of bookbinding from 1550-1830. Full brown goatskin with insets lined with burgundy leather. Panels are archival copies covered with sanded polyester film. Gold and blind tooling.
Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 1 inches, 25.5 x 20.5 x 2.5 centimeters
Leather, paper, polyester film.