Week 1: 10-14 July 1995
The Company of Stationers to 1637.
Collecting Travel Literature.
Publishers' Bookbindings, 1830-1910.
Printing Design and Publication.
Collecting the History of Anglo-American Law.
Morris L. Cohen &
Introduction to Electronic Texts.
Week 2: 17-21 July 1995
History of the Printed Book in the West (Session I).
History of European and American Papermaking.
Timothy Barrett &
Book Illustration to 1890.
Lithography in the Age of the Hand Press.
The American Book in the Industrial Era: 1820-1914.
Introduction to Rare Book Librarianship (Session I).
Week 3: 24-28 July 1995
History of the Printed Book in the West (Session II).
Type, Lettering, and Calligraphy, 1450-1830.
Book Production in 16th-Century France.
Introduction to Rare Book Librarianship (Session II).
Rare Book Libraries: A Perspective for Booksellers.
Introduction to Book Collecting.
Wm P. Barlow, Jr.
Week 4: 31 July - 4 August 1995
European Decorative Bookbinding.
European Bookbinding, 1500-1800 (Session I).
How to Research a Rare Book.
D. W. Krummel
Rare Book Cataloging.
Visual Materials Cataloging.
Introduction to the Internet.
Week 5: 7-11 August 1995
Latin Paleography, 1100-1500.
Introduction to Medieval and Early Renaissance Bookbinding Structures.
European Bookbinding, 1500-1800 (Session II).
Introduction to Descriptive Bibliography.
Refocusing Special Collections.
Developing Special Collections of African-American Materials.
Lucious Edwards, Jr &