Scrapbook (book binding structure)
A book used to store a variety of memorabilia, such as clippings, pictures, and photographs. Generally produced as a blank book and then filled in by the user, though printed and manuscript volumes have been reused as scrapbooks. A scrapbook is distinguished from a photographic album (photo album) by the variety of materials it contains, though there is significant overlap between the two in terms of structure and function.
Synonyms in English
album, blank book, blankbook, scrap album, scrap-book
|French||recueil de collages, un scrapbook|
|French (Québec)||créacollage, collimage|
|Spanish||álbum de recortes|
|Italian||album di ritagli|
|Chinese||剪貼簿 (traditional), jiǎn tiē bù (transliterated Hanyu Pinyin), jian tie bu (transliterated Pinyin without tones), chien t'ieh pu (transliterated Wade-Giles)|
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Horton, Richard. 2000. “Glossary of Terms Relating to Photo Albums” in Conservation of Scrapbooks and Albums: Postprints of the Book and Paper Group/Photographic Materials Group Joint Session at the 27th Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. 21-28. AIC, Washington, DC. Note that this term was accidentally omitted from the 2011 version of this text.
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