Norris Bookbinding Company was founded in 1947 by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Norris. The principal work of the company was library and commercial rebinding, but Mr. Morris, having previous experience in Bible rebinding and restoration, soon discovered the need for this service and began training employees in this operation. Other binderies and publishers learned of our service and began sending orders. Most binderies have specialty from every state and 30 foreign countries with many of their rebinding needs.

Before Mr. Norris’ death in 1967, he incorporated the business and took on this three key employees as partners. They were: Coleman Reid, Charles Sproles and Johnny Sproles. At the end of 1993 Mrs. Norris decided to retire and sell her share of this business. While these changes were being made Coleman Reid—being close to retirement—also decided to sell his shares but he is continuing to work here as a valuable employee.

At the beginning of 1994 we, Charles and Johnny Sproles, --with over 80 years of experience between us—bought the business. Our pledge is to continually strive to find new and innovative ways to improve our quality of service to please our customers. We believe that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement and this is the reason we have grown into the nation’s largest Bible rebinding plant.

Many thanks to our friends and customers for using our services over the past 50 years. We also appreciate the many publishers who, considering this unique business newsworthy, have feature Norris Bookbinding Co. in local, state, national and international publications.

We also bind books, magazines, church bulletins and newspapers. A price list for these services can be obtained upon request.
P. O. Box 305
107 N. Stone Avenue
Greenwood, MS 38930
(662) 455-6743
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