In the 19th century I might have been a bookbinder and would have gone mad from glue fumes.
We know that she was 19 and working as either a model or a bookbinder when, in 1869, she met Cézanne in Paris.
You'll go to the towns and become somebody; you'll be a bookbinder!
The bookbinder then folded them by hand, and severed them with an ivory paper-cutter.
Below was the deserted court in full sunlight, with the little garden and tiny house of the bookbinder.
Has a husband, a bookbinder in good work, but they are extravagant.
"My partner took you for an agent of our bookbinder," he added.
Cornelius, a bookbinder, his account of Costers invention, 150-152.
Her father is alive, and was bookbinder to the Kings Majesty; he has just now had a stroke of paralysis, and is lying very ill.
At this the bookbinder, who was just going, stopped with an oath, and stamped his foot.