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Date is exactly "2003"
Bradel structure with flying boards. Sewn on four yellow snakeskin strips. Yellow leather headbands. Red goatskin back. Wooden boards covered with mahogany veneer. Wooden relief onlays. Ochre suede flyleaves. Decoration depicting Edgard Claes's…
Fine binding in full terra cotta goatskin sewn on raised cords and bands. Plumb bob of turquoise, onyx, and moonstone set in sterling silver by Steven Jay Coben; gold tooled line, blacked tooled arc and title; all edges colored; embroidered silk…
The binding reflects the style and techniques proposed for Ficciones including a linear cover design, leather doublure and flyleaf, blind tooling throughout, bound in the French technique. The design is the journey from nothing to nothing on the…
The design reflects the way in which Mark Twain layered his narrative to explore the relationships among ideas of adventures, literature of adventure, and adventure itself. Book will be in brown oasis goatskin and with an inlaid beige goatskin rope.…
Full leather French technique using black French Morocco du Cap, raised boards delineating the river beds, creased pewter to represent the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, and Arkansas rivers. Onlays of different colors used to represent the emotions…
Front and back covers will represent a map of the central United States surrounding the Mississippi River Valley during the mid-1840s. Each state or territory is to be individually covered in one of fifteen colors of green leather. As the book is…
Full dark blue Harmatan #12 goatskin in a traditional laced-on boards binding, paste paper ends will be created by the binder utilizing a leather joint construction, sewn headbands and tooled spine title. The proposed design captures the early…
The binding structure is a triple cover board, with hand sewn headbands of green and blue silk, top edge painted brown. Navy blue goatskin for top cover and dark green goatskin for the doublures. Brass strips will be attached to the edges of the…
Full leather binding with hand-sewn silk headbands. Included will be various black-to-brown-to-white goatskin onlay links. Onlay titling will be rendered in the style of Twain's writing. An inlaid vellum sheet of writing paper depicts Twain's writing…
Modern cover, vivid in color, with leather and type over copper plates. The proposed binding will be leather bound with inset distressed copper circles, and the endsheets will be a bright color to match one of the leather circles. The color of the…
Quarter leather binding of red and brown goatskin, the boards covered in painted paper collage with vellum tips, the title on front board is gold-tooled. Embedded in the front cover will be a glass bottle containing actual Mississippi River water.
Jones's design is based upon the idea of the river representing freedom and escape for Huck and Jim. The barbed wire represents the constant threat to that freedom with the river as the only way out. Split-board construction with hollow back,…
The binding will consist of split board binding of Sokoto native-tanned goatskin over shaped boards and spine; lap-link sewing over tapes utilizing existing sewing stations; reverse-bead primary headbands of linen, secondary decorative embroidery in…
Flax cords will be used to re-sew the binding into existing holes and will be used to "lash" the raft onto the cover boards. Raft of brown goatskin leather covered boards with appearance of wood. Edges decorated with graphite with blind-tooled lines…
Reid-Cunningham sees a darker America described in Huckleberry Finn. He will bind Huckleberry Finn in black calfskin boards and doublures, with graphite edges, black Bugra flyleaves, silk doublescore endbands, and gold and blind tooling and titling.…
Triple cover board binding structure, leather headbands with dark brown and beige onlays, edges painted dark brown and beige imitating wood engraving technique. Dark brown Harmatan goatskin for the top cover, beige goatskin for the middle boards, and…
Dark blue Niger goatskin to portray the river, with the spine grain on the spine of the book, flowing down the center of the binding from a distant horizon line where the river meets the sky. Dark green Niger goatskin emphasizing the contours of the…
The book will be disassembled and reassembled in the three-board structure method. It will be sewn with thick linen thread on Tamieband tapes. The inner and outer boards, doublure, and cover onlay will be shades of blue Harmatan goat leather. There…
The two shades of calf represent two colors of skin. Moser plates will be pressed into the dampened lighter calf to make the images. The red leather inlay is the Mississippi. Red is blood and race which branches like the story. The line disappears on…
The description of the raft and life on the river, as Huck and Jim floated downstream, called to Peter Thomas' creative imagination.The book will be bound as a raft-like structure. He had previously explored the concept of binding unsewn books by…
Black Harmatan goatskin, with colored leather onlays used for the design of the riverboat and raft. Gold stars will fill the sky and the water will be tooled in wavy blind lines. Brown foil will outline the raft and the front of the riverboat. The…
Booklet commemorating 150 years of the Rio Grande Conference, 1853–2003.
BY 1625 .W47 2003
Catalogue of the exhibition celebrating the 300th anniversary of John Wesley's birth.
BY 1730 .C62 H57 2003
History of Coldspring United Methodist Church. Winner of the Kate Warnick church history award, 2003, small church division.
BY 1730 .G344 T87 2003
History of First United Methodist Church in Gallup, NM. Winner of the Kate Warnick church history award, 2003, medium church division.