Education and the Book Arts in New Jersey, Or, Preaching What We Practice,
Friends of the NJ Book Arts Symposium
Bookbinder's Warehouse, Inc.
31 Division Street
Keyport, NJ 07735-1522
Phone: (908) 264-0306
Fax: (908) 264-8266
Suppliers of materials for hand bookbinding, including leathers, cloth, paper,
vellum and parchment, bookbinding equipment, tools and supplies, "how-to" books on bookbinding, papermaking, marbling and related book
The Guild of BookWorkers
521 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10175
Membership in the Guild is open to all interested persons. A national
organization representing the hand book crafts, it numbers among its members
hand book binders, restorers, illuminators, calligraphers, private press
printers, papermakers, librarians, and collectors especially interested in
these fields. The membership includes both professionals and amateurs.
The Guild offers a bi-monthly newsletter, sponsors workshops, lectures and
presentations, issues a bi-annual journal, maintains a well-stocked library
for members' loans, and hosts a bi-annual travelling exhibit of members
Information about the Guild, and a look at their current exhibition, may be
viewed at: http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byorg/gbw/.
Iris Nevins, Hand-Marbled Paper
P.O. Box 429
Johnsonburg NJ 07846
908-813-8617; fax 908-813-3431
Iris has been a professional marbler for the past 17 years. She marbles in the traditional water based manner in use
for many centuries. Her specialty is recreating early papers. In September, 1996, Iris took over Decorative Papers,
the marbling supply business, supplying watercolor and acrylic marbling colors, tools and other marbling supplies.
Ocker & Trapp, Library Bindery, Inc.
P.O. Box 229
17C Palisade Ave.
fax: (201) 265-0588
Ocker & Trapp is a New Jersey Bindery, dedicated to craftsmanship
in Library Binding, as well as Conservation.
The Davey Company
The Davey Company is a manufacturer of high quality, high density paperboard products called Binders Board which sells into the
Graphic Arts industry, and more specifically, the Bookbinding industry.
Information about The Davey Company can be found at http://www.bindernet.com/daveyco.htm