Macy, Helen, 1904-1978 (publisher)
- Existence: 1904 - 1978
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The correspondents include Peggy Amassian, Duncan Andrew, William A. Bayless, Jane Douglass, Gallery 303 (Robert L. Leslie), Horace Hart, Laura Z. Hobson, Harrison D. Horblit, M. Kac, Rockwell Kent, Donald S. Klopfer, Cynthia Lloyd, Helen Macy, Doris Robinson, Franklin Watts (with a letter from him to David Lloyd), Helen Watts, and 2 unidentified correspondents.
Correspondence 1960, 1960
Almost all the letters are between Helen Macy, Meynell, Max Reinhardt, and Monica Herring, and concern the sale of the Nonesuch Library. Other correspondents are Theodore M. Lilienthal and T. and E. Richard (Exports) Ltd.
Correspondence with readers (K-O), 1971-1972
These include Donald S. Klopfer, Nathalie Krebs, James Laver, Kenneth Lindsay, Kathleen Lines, Margaret Lintolt (?), Helen Macy, Jonathan Macy, George Malaby, Lowell B. Mason, Rauri McLean, Katherine Thaw Meyer, Benedict Meynell, Rosemary Meynell, Ashley Montagu, Raymond Mortimer, Valentine Newmark, F. S. Osborn.
George and Helen Macy, 1939-1966
Other correspondence, 1960-1963
Meynell's correspondents include Louis M. Hacker, Oxford University Press (John Brown), Helen Macy, W. R. Phillips, Random House (Bennett Cerf, Charles Antin, Donald Klopfer), Max Reinhardt, W. Harvie Service, and Beatrice Warde.
Typographical and other design, 1929-1970
This series covers Meynell's work for others, either as designer or adviser. (But most of his advertising is in series F.) Subseries E1-E9 are the names of books he designed, mostly for the Limited Editions Club.