Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press, publishers
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Drawings; photographs; memoranda; specimens; correspondence. The type was never made. Drawings include enlargements of some lower-case letters of Monotype series 169 with which the type was planned to be compatible. Drawings and specimens that are dated (except large ones) are interfiled with the correspondence. Correspondents include Cambridge University Press (Brooke Crutchley, John Dreyfus), Matthew Carter, G. S. Kirk, D. L. Page, Stephenson Blake & Co., J. D. Wilkinson.
This series consists of papers, including correspondence, relating to Morison's published and unpublished compositions (except memoranda internal to the Monotype Corporation and The Times). Also included are some items which, although not properly compositions of Morison, incorporate his work, whether in supervision, editing, or design.
Sketches and finished artwork for spine lettering 'The letters of D. H. Lawrence'; Cambridge University Press prospectus and list of 7 volumes of the edition; correspondence with Cambridge University Press.
Morison was Typographical Consultant to Cambridge University Press from 1925 until 1959. The letters to Morison up to 1941 are mostly typescript carbon copies; those from Morison are original typescripts or else manuscript letters in his hand. Some letters are to or from Morison's secretaries G. E. Alexander and M. J. Gasking, and Lewis's secretary J. M. Claydon.
The correspondence is chiefly with John Dreyfus and A. E. Toller. With this are letters from C. & H. T. Evans (Bookbinders) Ltd. The University Press printed the text pages.
Letter from Cambridge University Press inviting Michael Baxandall to review a manuscript entitled 'The Judgement of Sense' by David Summers
Log of individual jobs; artwork, chiefly for dustwrappers; drawings and proofs for the Cambridge Archaeological Journal, and stationery for the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research; proofs for various small jobs; correspondence. Correspondents include Cambridge University Press (John Trevitt and other designers); Nora Crook; Chris Scarre.
The writers include Annie Cave.
- Type: Archival Object X