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Recent Studies on Books Printed 1660-1820 as Physical Objects: Including Binding, Paper and Papermaking, Printing, & Typography (1986-2007) by James E. May – page 1
Recent Studies on Books Printed 1660-1820 as Physical Objects: Including Binding, Paper
and Papermaking, Printing, & Typography (1986-2007)
This bibliography surveys scholarship published from 1986 to 2007 concerning the physical features of printed materials produced c. 1660-1820. It is most inclusive for the years 1990-2006, in consequence of my compiling studies of that period for Section 1--"Printing and Bibliographical Studies"- -of ECCB: Eighteenth-Century Current Bibliography. Included are studies of particular books, editions and issues, bindings, paper, and type; also covered are studies of bookbinding, papermaking and typefounding as arts and studies of materials of production, as printing presses. For the English-speaking world, Philip Gaskell's A New Introduction to Bibliography (1972) remains the first step in such inquiries. Note that, although studies of bookbinding, papermaking and typography as industries or trades are included, studies of individuals in the bookbinding and type-founding trades have usually been placed in a bibliography on "Printers & Publishers and Publishing" that I will be posted at BIBSITE in the near future. I have listed related studies excluded here in my other bibliographies, as that on engraving also posted at BIBSITE and those on "research tools," "children's books," and "bibliophilia." I have not often included reprints of old bibliographies and studies, such as those co-published by Oak Knoll Press and the British Library in 2001 (e.g., E. C. Bigmore and C. W. H. Wyman's A Bibliography of Printing). Although important to the study of bindings, I've not listed the informative catalogues of antiquarian dealers (all from Bayntun are noteworthy as are some from Maggs Bros., such as no. 1212, Bookbinding in the British Isles ). Nor have I included most regional histories of printing, such as Bruce Whiteman's Lasting Impressions: A Short History of English Printing in Quebec (1994), which usually belong in a bibliography on the print trade (forthcoming). Only a few electronic sources are included. Occasionally, as in noting reviews, I have abbreviated lengthy journal titles, such as Papers of the Bibliographical Society of American (PBSA) and Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada (PBSC). In imprints, I sometimes have abbreviated "British Library" as "BL." I will continue to revise this bibliography, so I request additions and corrections from scholars. I thank Jeffrey Barton, Travis Gordon, and all involved in the Bibliographical Society of America's BIBSITE for allowing me to post this expanded list. James E. May (firstname.lastname@example.org) (17 June 2003; revised 2 May 2004; 30 January 2005; 18 March 2008)
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AbiFares, Huda Smithuijzen. Arabic Typography: A Comprehensive Sourcebook. London: Saqi Books, 2001. Pp. 264; bibliography; glossary; illus.; index. [Both a historical study and guide to design.]
Adams, David. Bibliographie des oeuvres de Denis Diderot 1739-1900. Vols. 1-2. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre International d'étude du XVIIIe Siècle, 2000. Pp. 460; 477. [Rev. by Robert L. Dawson in Libraries and Culture, 38 (2003), 79-80; by Jo-Ann McEachern in British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 25 (2002), 267-68.]
Albert, Neale M. The Neale M. Albert Collection of Miniature Designer Bindings: A Catalogue of an Exhibition Held at the Grolier Club September 13-November 4, 2006. Photographs by Tom Grill. New York: Grolier Club; Piccolo Press, 2006. Pp. xii + 212; illus. (most color).
Alfonso Jiménez, José Luis. Conocimientos teóricos básicos de encuadernación. Madrid, 1991. Pp. 183.
Amert, Kay. "Digital Comparison of Letterforms." Printing History, 23, no. 2 (Fall 2003 ), 21-35; illus.
Amoroso, Laura. "La legatura romana del 1700: Una nota." Culture del testo e del documento, 6, no. 18 (2005).
Amory, Hugh, and David D. Hall (eds.). A History of the Book in America. Vol. I: The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press; Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 2000. Pp. xxiv + 638; illus. [Of special relevance here are "Re-inventing the Colonial Book" by Hugh Amory; "The Atlantic World, Part 2: Printers' Supplies and Capitalization" by John Bidwell; "The Book in the Middle Colonies, 1680-1720" by James N. Green; and "The German- and Dutch-Language Books and Printing" by A. Gregg Roeber.]
André, Louis. Machines à papier: Innovations et transformations de l'industrie papetière en France, 1798-1860. (Recherches, 69.) Paris: École des Hautes Études en sciences sociales, 1996. Pp. 501; graphs; illus.; maps. [Rev. very favorably by F. Barbier in RFHL, 104-05 (1999), 452-54.]
André, Louis. "Une révolution de papier: Le papier et la 'seconde révolution du livre.'" Revue française d'histoire du livre, nos. 106-09 (2000), 219-30. [In a special issue entitled "Les trois révolutions du livre," edited by Frédéric Barbier, containing papers from a 1998 colloque at Lyon/Villeurbanne.]
Annenberg, Maurice. Type Foundries of America and Their Catalogs. Revised and expanded by Stephen O. Saxe. Indexed by Elizabeth K. Lieberman. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1994. 286; appendices; bibliography; illus; index. [First published in 1975. Saxe has added an account of Annenberg and of 73 unrecorded type specimens to Annenberg's list; Saxe adds one additional type founder, Abraham Riggs of New York (appendices 2 and 3); type specimens belonging to NYPL, Smithsonian, and Saxe are also added (appendices 4-6).]
Arbour, Keith. "Additions and Emendations to Pre-1801 Entries in Thomas J. Holmes's Bibliographies of the Mathers." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 94 (2000), 81-130; bibliographical descriptions; plates.
Arbour, Keith. "Papermaking in New England before 1675? A Document and a Challenge." PBSA, 96 (2002), 351-79. [The document "Notes about New-England--Taken 4 Febry 1674/5 by Sr Wm Petty & Dr Taylor from Mr Frost & Mr Bartholemew" includes the note "Paper hath been made in New England"; a transcription of the document appears here so that the claim might be assessed in terms of the entire document.]
Arbour, Keith. "Solomon Stoddard's 'Addition' to The Safety of Appearing (Boston, 1729) and the Attribution of Its Printing, with a Note on 'Reilly 695.'" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 95 (2001), 340-47; facsimiles; tables. Attributes printing to Samuel Kneeland and Timothy Green on the basis of cast ornaments.]
Arbour, Keith. "Where Was John Davenport's 1669 Massachusetts Election Sermon Printed?" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 97 (2003), 81-88.
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Arner, Robert D. "The Sources and Significance of Joseph Dumbleton's [poem] 'The Paper Mill': Augustan American Poetics and the Culture of Print in Colonial Williamsburg." Pp. 195-224 in Finding Colonial Americas: Essays Honoring J.A. Leo Lemay. Ed. by Carla Mulford and David S. Shields. Newark: U. of Delaware Press; Cranbury, NJ: Associated U. Presses, 2001.
Arnim, Manfred von. "Beiträge zur Einbankunde I: 'Ein Wappen-Einband Von (Jean?) Padeloup für Maria Leszczynska, ca. 1748.'" Philobiblon, 33 (1989), 39-40.
Arnim, Manfred von. Europäische Einbandkunst aus sechs Jahrhunderten: Beispiele aus der Bibliothek Otto Schäfer, Schweinfurt. [Schweinfurt:] Bibliothek Otto Schäfer, 1992. Pp. xvii + 494;  leaves of plates (some or all in color); indices. [Catalogue of exhibition October 1992-March 1993. Rev. by Helma Schaefer in Wolfenbütteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte, 17 (1992), 190-92.]
Arnim, Manfred von. "Klassizistischer Einband von Staggemeier and Welcher, London, um 1795." Philobiblon, 37 (1993), 175-79; 1 of plate.
Arnim, Manfred von. "Die Luxuseinbände zu Goethes Taschenbuch für 1798 und der Fabrikant ihrer Seiden, David Girard in Berlin." Philobiblion, 36 (1992), 361-64; 1 colored plate.
Ash, Nancy, and Shelley Fletcher, with a contribution by Jan Piet Filedt Kok. Watermarks in Rembrandt's Prints. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1998. Pp. 251; illus.
Ashby, Robert F. "The First Editions of The Farmer's Boy ." Book Collector, 41 (1992), 180-87. Asunción, Josep. The Complete Book of Papermaking. New York: Lark Books, 2003. Pp. 160; colored
illustrations. Bain, Peter, and Paul Shaw (eds.). Blackletter: Type and National Identity. Foreword by Lawrence
Mirsky. New York: Cooper Union for the Advancement of Arts and Sciences (distributed through New York: Princeton Architectural Press), 1998. Pp. 72; illus. [Includes essays by Philipp T. Bertheau, et al., on German Gothic type. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York. Also issued in Nos. 38/39 of Printing History (Vol. 19, no. 2 and Vol. 20, no. 1), with the subtitle "A Catalogue of the Exhibition March 3 to May 2, 1998 . . . ." (pp. 80; index). Rev. by Eric Kindel in the Winter 1998/1999 Printing History Society Bulletin (4