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Law collections pose some unique problems in terms of their physical care due to filing and updating practices, use patterns and special binding structures such as loose-leafs and pocket parts. This workshop is designed to address specific preservation needs of law collections through lecture, demonstration and hands-on opportunities. Participants will learn the fundamentals of book repair, treatment options and decision-making, and preservation best practices. Emphasis will be placed on moving knowledge into practice through guidelines for establishing institution-appropriate in house book repair programs, by training the trainers in basic book repair techniques and providing all participants with a start-up tool kit.

Publication Date:

7-10-2004

Host

American Association of Law Libraries

City:

Boston, MA

Keywords:

conservation, preservation, book repair

Disciplines:

Archival Science | Art and Materials Conservation | Book and Paper | Library and Information Science

Taking the Law into Your Own Hands: Establishing an In-house Book Repair Program

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