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Leather Leathercrafts Making Leather work 44 E-books On Disc
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All Leather Crafts and Leather work Processing and Skills covered
All What you need to know about Leather Craft
1. LEATHER MANUFACTURE, A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE PRACTICAL Workings of the Leather Manfacture 1890 (280 pages)
Author’s Introduction : OIL SHOE GRAIN, IMITATION GOAT AND CALF, BRIGHT OIL, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BOOT GRAIN, HAND AND MACHINE SEWED WELT, GLOVE GRAIN, FLESH SPLITS, HARNESS LEATHER, THE SULPHIDE OF SODIUM PROCESS, OAK AND HEMLOCK BARK EXTRACTS, CONSTRUCTION OF TANNERIES, .
TOGETHER WITH NUMEROUS VALUABLE RECIPES AND MISCELLANEOUS
MATTER SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE LEATHER MANUFACTURE.
By JOHN WT. STEVBNS,
Author of "Mistakes of Tanners,'' Etc.
2. Application of Oils and Grease to Leather (1919) 130 pages
by J.R BOCKLEY M.Sc.
Author’s Introduction : The object in compiling this volume is to present to the
reader in compact and accessible form the available information regarding the application of oils and greases to leather.
3. COWIE'S BOOKBINDER'S MANUAL: (1860 ) 154 pages
Author’s Introduction : CONTAINING A FULL DESCRIPTION OF LEATHER AND VELLUM BINDING; DIRECTIONS FOR
GILDING OF PAPER AND BOOK EDGES, AND NUMEROUS VALUABLE RECIPES FOR SPRINKLING, COLOURING, & MARBLING;
4. Leather for libraries (1905) 84 pages
E. WYNDHAM HULME, J. GORDON PARKER, A. SEYMOUR-JONES, CYRIL DAVENPORT, AND F. J. WILLIAMSON.
5. Revell's A complete guide to the ornamental leather work (1853) 104 pages
Author’s Introduction : The kind of leather used for general purposes is basil ; it should be selected of an even texture and of a light
colour, as the lighter coloured basil takes the oak varnishstain better than the dark
By Justin T. Schlichter
7. The making of leather (1914) 180 pages
BY HENRY R. PROCTER, M.Sc., F.'I.C. Cambridge at the University Press Tells you how to make your own leather
8.HISTORICAL CARVINGS IN LEATHER (1940) 380 pages
by DR. WILLIAM ALLEN MADDOX
HISTORY OF FINE LEATHER, ITS ROMANCE AND
IMPORTANCE TO MANKIND .... 1
A BRIEF HISTORY OF HISTORICAL CARVINGS . . 40
THE ART OF CARVING 70
THE WILD STALLION OR HORSES IN GENERAL
INCLUDING THE COW-HORSE . . . . 117
CATTLEMEN AND COWBOYS OF THE
GREAT SOUTHWEST 149
9. Book of Analytical and Experimental Methods (1908) 496 pages
BY H. R. PROCTER, M.Sc. F.I.C. F.C.S.
Author’s Introduction : LEATHER INDUSTRIES LABORATORY BOOK OF ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
PROFESSOR OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY (LEATHER MANUFACTURE) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED
THE following notes on Analytical Methods employed in Leather Manufacture were primarily intended mainly for the use of my own students, and merely to supplement verbal teaching ; and although the scope of the book has been considerably expanded, it is occupied mainly with the practical details of analytical processes, and makes no attempt to teach either chemical theory, or the principles of leather manufacture. There is, of course, but little original in the methods described ;
but with scarcely an exception they have been carefully tested and found satisfactory in my own laboratory, and in many instances they have been modified to suit the special purposes for which they are employed. The present edition has been thoroughly revised, and many new methods added, which, it is hoped, will prove useful to the practical chemist.
10. Leather chemists' pocket-book, a short compendium of analytical methods (1912) 248 pages
WORKS BY PROF, M. R. PROCTER The Principles of Leather Manufacture (1903) EDITED BY
PROF. H. R. PROCTER M.SC. F.I.C. F.C.S. ASSISTED BY EDMUND STIASNY, PH.D., & HAROLD BRUMWELL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
THE little book which is now presented to the public is intended not as a substitute, but as an adjunct to
Author’s Introduction : The Leather Industries Laboratory Book. It has been found convenient in the laboratories of our Leather
Department to employ in addition to the Laboratory Book, which is the regular text-book, a series of
manuscript laboratory sheets, giving the course of analysis absolutely essential to the practical student,
but omitting the many details and variations which are important to the professed chemist, and which are
described in the Laboratory Book.
11. Report of the Committee on leather for bookbinding (1905) 144 pages
EDITED FORTHE SOCIETY OF ARTS AND THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF LEATHERSELLERS BY THE RT. HON. VISCOUNT COBHAM
CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE AND SIR HENRY TRUEMAN WOOD, M.A. SECRETARY OF THE SOCIETY
Author’s Introduction : THE decay of leather used for bookbindings has for long been a subject which has attracted
a great deal of attention and interest amongst librarians and book collectors. The first attempt
to investigate the conditions leading to such decay appears to have been made by Faraday, whose
historic researches into the condition of the library of the Athenaeum Club in 1842 still remain the
only serious attempt made to investigate this subject.*
Of late years the matter has received still more earnest attention, owing to a growing belief
among librarians that the quality of the leathers now made for bookbinding purposes is inferior to
that made previous to, say, the middle of the last century.
12. Something about Leather (1897)
13. Facts worth knowing about leather boots and shoes (1872)
14. EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE AND SALTS ON THE WEARING QUALITY OF SOLE LEATHER (1919)
15. The Decoration of Leather (1905)
16. NATURE AND CONTROL OF TANNERY PROCESSES (1922)
17. A Study of the changes in skin during their convertions into leather
18. A practical treatise on friction, lubrication, fats and oils, and leather oils (1916) 200 pages
Author’s Introduction : THE MANUFACTURE OF LUBRICATING OILS, LEATHER OILS, PAINT OILS, SOLID LUBRICANTS AND GREASES, TOGETHER WITH NUMEROUS FORMULAS; MODES OF TESTING OILS, AND THE APPLICATION OF LUBRICANTS.
BY EMIL F. DIETERICHS
19. Animal proteins (1921) 312 pages
Author’s Introduction : BEING A SERIES OF VOLUMES GIVING A COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY OF THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES EDITED BY SAMUEL RIDEAL, D.Sc. LOND., F.I.C. FELLOW OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON
20. Area measurement of leather (1920) 58 pages DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Technology Papers
OF THE Bureau of Standards S. W. STRATTON, Director No. 153
AREA MEASUREMENT OF LEATHER FREDERICK J. SCHLINK, Associate Physicist
21. Catalogue of Ornamental Leather Bookbindings (1907) 132 pages
EXECUTED IN AMERICA PRIOR TO 1850 EXHIBITED AT THE GROLIER CLUB NOVEMBER 7 TO 30 1907
22. Decorative textiles (1918) 491 pages
BYGEORGE LELAND HUNTER
Author’s Introduction : AN ILLUSTRATED lOOK ON COVERINGS FOR FURNITURE, WALLS AND FLOORS, INCLUDING DAMASKS, BROCADES AND VELVETS, TAPESTRIES, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, CHINTZES, CRETONNES, DRAPERY AND FURNITURE TRIMMINGS, AVALL PAPERS, CARPETS AND RUGS,TOOLED AND ILLUMINATED LEATHERS BY GEORGE LELAND HUNTER WITH 580 ILLUSTRATIONS 97 PLATES IN COLOUR
23. Hides & skins and the manufacture of leather (1921) 92 pages
A LAYMAN'S VIEW OF THE INDUSTRY BY JAMES PAUL WARBURG SECOND PRINTING
24. Leather manufacture a practical handbook of tanning, currying, and chrome leather dressing (1906) 576 pages
BY ALEXANDER WATT THOROUGHLY REVISED
25. Leather working (1904) 168 pages
WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS AND DIAGRAMS EDITED BY PAUL N. HASLUCK
26. Manufacture of leather (1922) 160 pages
By ALLEN ROGERS, Ph. D. PRATT INSTITUTE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. MANUFACTURE OF LEATHER Parts 1-3
27. Stencil & Block-print Designing Leather & Metal-work Designing (1916) 742 pages
Author: International Correspondence Schools , International Correspondence Schools Publisher: International TextbookCo.
Author’s Introduction : In the broad field of artistic designing, to be applied to practical utilitarian purposes, there are two general classifica-tions, handicrafts designing and industrial designing. Handicrafts designing is that division of design work where the designer is also the artisan or workman who will carry out his own designs in the actual material. Many persons are so situated, or so inclined, that they prefer to apply their artistic training to the designing of handicrafts work.
28.The art of tanning leather .. (1857) 276 pages
TANNING LEATHER FACILITATED, BY DAVID H. KENNEDY'S PROCESS.
29. The leather specimen book (1917) 30 pages
Author: La Croix, Frederic William, Subject: Leather
30.The Leather Worker's Journal (1916) 458 pages
Author: United Leather Workers' International , United Leather Workers' International
31. THE PUERING, BATING & DRENCHING OF SKINS (1912) 342
BY JOSEPH TURNEY WOOD DIRECTOR OF TURNEY BROTHERS, LIMITED, NOTTINGHAM ; EXAMINER IN LEATHER TANNING, DRESSING OF SKINS, AND LEATHER DYEING TO THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE ; MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEATHER TRADES CHEMISTS, ETC.
32. Your Leatherwork (1947) 142 pages by Betty Dougherty
33. Leather Work (1908) By Wilson, Winifred
34. Leather Hides Skin Tanning Material (1924)
35. Your Leatherwork (1947) By Betty Dougherty
36. Fine Leather Furniture.- Standard Mfg ( 1899 )
37. Area Measurement Of Leather (1920) By Schlink, F.J
38. Leathercraft For Amateyrs (1946) By Eleonore E.Bang
39. Shoe And Leather Encyclopedia (1911) By Footwear Industry
40. Preservation Of Leather Bookbindings (1933) V69 By Frey, R.W
41. The Leather Goods Department (1917) By Lehmann, Mary Augusta
42. Leather Goods And Gloves [Microform] (1922) By Lehmann, Helen Mary
43. A History Of Furniture With Chapters On Tapestry, Oriental Embroidery And Leather Work ()
44. Application Of Dyestuffs To Textiles, Paper, Leather And Other Materials - Matthews, J.Merritt (1920)
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