[ModLib] 1920's Buckrams
tseymour at ptd.net
Tue Nov 24 08:19:11 EST 2015
Of course I'm lurking. But since I have not seen an ML library binding I can't contribute much. I will say that the EML library bindings were very successful, far beyond what the inventors had foreseen. The original thought was that libraries would buy these sturdier volumes. In fact, they became very popular with readers because they were so much easier to handle. I suspect most libraries did NOT buy these bindings, preferring the cheaper cloth version.
When I want to read an EML volume I always pull down a library binding, knowing that no harm will come to it.
On Nov 24, 2015, at 7:16 AM, John Krygier wrote:
> A few of the EL 1920s-30s library bindings are illustrated on this page (just a bit down
> from the top) of the EL Collecting site:
> They came with jackets, and those are illustrated about 1/4 of the way down on this page:
> The bindings are very sturdy. I have one copy that indicates “Special Library Binding” on
> the dust jacket.
> I have not seen a alleged early ML library binding in person so difficult to compare!
> If Terry S. is lurking here he may have more to say.
> John K.
>> On Nov 23, 2015, at 4:23 PM, John Wolansky <johnwolansky at verizon.net> wrote:
>> Perhaps some of the EL cross-collectors can add information. The ML was conceived to model EL, I believe, so could the ML library bindings be copied as well?
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