Stone, Alan Reynolds, 1909-1979 (designer and engraver)
- Existence: 1909 - 1979
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Advice and recommendations for employment, 1932-1968
Includes correspondence from Reynolds Stone, Herbert Simon and others about John Commander (1954).
Athenaeum Club, 1942-1956
Correspondence with the Club; with Christopher Sandford (1948); and with Reynolds Stone about the design of an emblem for stationery (1956). With the letters are printed membership lists for 1956 and 1961; and a letter to Wilfrid Meynell (1942, mentioning his new membership).
Breviarium Romanum (1946), 1941-1946 (The date 1941 is estimated.)
This series consists of papers, including correspondence, relating to Morison's published and unpublished compositions (except memoranda internal to the Monotype Corporation and The Times).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.
Cambridge Printing Exhibition 1940 Scrapbook, 1940
Album so labelled on spine. It contains: a copy of the printed prospectus; letters from Reynolds Stone, John Johnson, James Guthrie, J. M. Keynes, Bernard Darwin, Graham Pollard, O. F. Morshead, G. D. H. Cole, Lord Esher, Jan van Krimpen, Percy Muir, C. H. St. J. Hornby, J. Fletcher, Michael Clapham; specimen slips for the catalogue, prospectus for the catalogue, and clippings.
Cambridge University Press, 1925-1967
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.
Christmas cards to Brooke and Diana Crutchley from Janet and Reynolds Stone, 1936-1940 (Date-range from item 11.)
Three cards with wood-engravings by Stone
The correspondents include the editors, Charles Batey, Rupert Hart-Davis, Vita Sackville-West (who wrote the introduction to the volume), Reynolds Stone, and the publisher Jonathan Cape. At the end of the sequence are letters of thanks from recipients of presentation copies. The correspondence includes each editor's choices of essays and poems for inclusion.
Correspondence 1955, 1955
Correspondents include Bobbs-Merrill Company Inc., the British Council, W. M. Brown, Common Ground (1951) Ltd, Victor Gollancz, Grinnell College Library (Henry Alden), Liverpool Daily Post, George Macy, Gordon Miles, Rand McNally and Company, Max Reinhardt, Rosemary Rutherford (with an etching by her), Rupert Smith, S. C. Smith, Reynolds Stone, Thomas Hope and Sankey Hudson Ltd, W. & G. Foyle Ltd (M. Morton-Smith), and William Clowes and Sons Ltd.
Correspondence between Morison and Reynolds Stone, 1941-1979
Correspondence between Morison and Walter Lewis, 1943
Includes a letter from R. J. L. Kingsford to Lewis, and a copy of a letter from Morison to F. W. Dwelly.
Correspondence concerning the royal cypher E II R, 1952
Correspondence with George Bellew, Alan Lascelles, and Reynolds Stone, with a pencil drawing.
Correspondence relating to the design of the royal arms on government publications, 1947-1956
Most of the correspondence concerns designs by Reynolds Stone made in 1954-5. Meynell's chief correspondents are Stone and John Simpson. With the letters are committee minutes and specimens of past and proposed designs. Also with the papers of 1954-6 are earlier letters and a memorandum by Harry Carter (1947), and a colour transparency of the arms (of uncertain connection to the rest of this item).
Correspondence with Reynolds Stone, 1939-1940
Includes a drawing for a '1440 G' device, not the final version used.
Correspondence with Reynolds Stone, 1962-1964
With the correspondence are signed proofs of the double title-page spread engraved by Stone.
Correspondence with Reynolds Stone, 17 Mar. 1948-20 Apr. 1948
Files on individual people
Letter from Reynolds Stone to Gill, 1932
Autograph ms. letter dated 11 Aug. 1932.
Letters from Reynolds Stone to Oliver Simon, 1938-1953
Except for items 1, 28, and 36, all the correspondence is from others to Simon.
Letters to Geoffrey Keynes, 1929-1938
With these letters are carbon copies of 2 letters from Keynes to Meynell, and letters to Keynes from Mervyn Horder (1936), Harry Carter (1937), and Reynolds Stone (1938). With the letters is a print of 'Glad dawn' by William Blake (of uncertain relation to Keynes's editions of Blake).
Letters to Will Carter from various correspondents (M-Y) and unidentified correspondents, 1934-1992
Nicolas Barker, ed., In fair Verona (1972), 1971-1985
Correspondence with Will Carter. Correspondents include Hans Schmoller, Reynolds Stone, Giovanni Mardersteig. With the correspondence are obituaries of Mardersteig and Schmoller (1985). This was a festschrift for Giovanni Mardersteig, printed (but not set in type) by Will Carter. The correspondence includes a layout by Hans Schmoller.
Proofs of headpieces by Reynolds Stone, 1953
Six sets of 7 different wood-engravings.
R. S. Thomas, The mountains; illustrated with ten drawings by John Piper engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone, with a descriptive note by John Piper (Clover Hill Editions, 1968), 1966-1968
Copy (manuscript by John Piper for his note, typescript for the poem, typescript for the prospectus); dummy (marked 'the printing dummy'); page proofs of frontmatter; proofs of wood-engravings on various papers (marked 'block pulls'); various layouts; artwork for title page; printed title page (marked 'Design work'); correspondence with Will Carter; with a clipping of a review (1970). Correspondents include Chilmark Press (Louis G. Cowan), Douglas Cleverdon, John Piper, Reynolds Stone.
Reynolds Stone, 1947-1964
Folder 1 = correspondence, including a letter from Stone to Harry Carter (1948). Folder 2 = specimens and proofs of engravings by Stone, with tear-sheets from The Connoisseur containing an article on Stone (1963).
Two men: Walter Lewis and Stanley Morison at Cambridge, by Brooke Crutchley, 1968-1969
- Archival Object 25
- Collection 1