The address of the Abbey Newsletter for the next year will be:
c/o School of Library Service
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The telephone number is not known yet.
My own address will be Johnson Hall #1111, Columbia University, 411 14. 116th St., New York, NY 10027. The phone there will be (212) 280-7761.
Paul James of Alexandria, Virginia, who volunteered in the spring of 1981 to serve as equipment editor, and who did the column for the April and August issues, has been prevented by illness in the family from continuing in this capacity. His contributions were most welcome.
The record of people who had sent in money for rapid notification of equipment coming on the market or for special announcements to potential buyers has been lost, so anyone who sent in money either to Paul James or to the Abbey Newsletter and did not get their money's worth should contact the Editor for a refund.
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Back issues, v.2-date $2.00 each
Single-topic supplements are distributed and priced separately.
Dealer discount 20%
Subscribers outside the U.S. may pay in their own currency, with the exception of France and a few countries with unsettled currencies. To convert any of the above prices to foreign currency, either use the rate furnished by your bank or calculate them as follows:
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Available back issues are listed in the July issue.
Articles in various stages of readiness for publication include ones on
GPO paper standards
Collections of historical mockups of books
Encapsulating machines on the market
Pollution control, air purification
Archival photo corners
Effect of buffered paper on photographic materials
Murray Lebwohl's address, given with a hand-drawn map on page 37 in the last issue, was wrong. It should have said 1212 Eye Street, Alexandria, VA 22307.
Chris Clarkson is still at the Bodleian; see the notice on the front page of this issue.
The Abbey Newsletter: Bookbinding and Conservation is issued six times a year and has about 600 subscribers. New subscribers automatically receive all issues published in the current year, unless they request otherwise. All subscriptions expire on the last day of the year. To initiate or renew a subscription, send name, address, and a check for $15.00 to Abbey Newsletter, [after Sept. 1] c/o School of Library Service, 516 Butler Library, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027. Institutions may subscribe in their usual way, through subscription agents or with purchase orders.
No paid advertisements are accepted, but any notice that is appropriate and has news value will be printed if there is room for it.
Written contributions and bits of news are welcome. Claims for issues which are defective or damaged in the mail, and for back issues paid for but never received, will be honored without question, within a reasonable period of time after original mailing.
Simple news articles and announcements may be freely reprinted in other newsletters without attribution and without explicit permission. Signed contributions, however, may not be reprinted without permission.
|Copyright 1982 Ellen McCrady||ISSN 0276-8291|
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