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Stations of a Bookbinder's Life: Twenty-five Years in the Field
|dc.contributor.author||Verheyen, Peter D.|
|dc.contributor.author||Library, Cornell University|
|dc.description.abstract||Lecture given by Peter D. Verheyen for the Cornell University Bookarts Club on October 11, 2007. Master bookbinder and founder of the Syracuse Conservation Laboratory, Peter Verheyen is a leading member of the bookbinding profession. Verheyen discusses his experiences as an apprentice in Germany, work as a binder and conservator, and the many twists and turns his career has taken over the past twenty-five years.||en_US|
|dc.description.sponsorship||Cornell Bookarts Club||en_US|
|dc.title||Stations of a Bookbinder's Life: Twenty-five Years in the Field||en_US|