Sparrow, John Hanbury Angus, 1906-1992 (Warden of All Souls College Oxford)
- Existence: 1906 - 1992
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence between Morison and John Sparrow, 1942-1967
Folder 1 = 1944-1945, with 3 page proofs of Lapidaria (1944) and a letter from Walter Lewis to Morison. Folder 2 = 1945-1967.
Correspondence with others, 1952-1954
Correspondents include Geoffrey Cumberlege, Colin Hardie, Christian Hardie, Robert Leighton, Mansell (Bookbinders) Ltd (Bradbury P. J. Clarke), Humphrey House, Percy Haynes & Co Ltd, Max Reinhardt, Rosemary Rutherford, John Sparrow, and Morton D. Zabel.
Exhibition 'The Rampant Lions Press - a printing workshop through five decades' at the Adeane Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, May-June 1982, 1979-1983
Files on individual people
John Sparrow, 1972-1974
This series contains original letters to Barker and typescript carbon copies or photocopies of letters from him. Much of the correspondence is with authors and prospective authors. A few letters relate to Barker's investment in the Collector Ltd. Interfiled with Barker's correspondence are some letters to and from others on the editorial staff, including David McKitterick, John Commander, and chiefly Joan Stevenson (1966-ca. 1979). Some letters to and from her include proofs of articles.
John Sparrow, 1927-1952
Folder 1 = letters (1927-8) and 2 clippings Folder 2 = printed copy of Lapidaria with ms. translations of each inscription laid in. Also tipped in is a slip dated March 1945 conveying the volume from Sparrow and Stanley Morison to Meynell .
John Sparrow, ed., Lapidaria octava (1981), 1979-1981
Estimate; artwork; proofs, marked; correspondence with Will and Sebastian Carter. Correspondence is with John Sparrow.
John Sparrow, ed., Lapidaria septima (1975), 1973-1975
Estimate; galley proofs (one revised), marked; correspondence with Will Carter. Correspondence is with John Sparrow and Cambridge University Press (Brooke Crutchley).
Letter from John Sparrow to the Editors of the Cambridge Review; Oxford, 2 Mar. 1965
With a signed carbon-copy of the letter.