Freedman, Barnett, 1901-1958 (illustrator)
- Existence: 1901 - 1958
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Freedman to Meynell (1928-1952); and in a separate portfolio, Christmas cards designed by him and signed (1949-1954). With these is a clipping of an obituary letter in The Times for 8 Jan. 1958.
Includes correspondence relating to all the different versions of this lecture. Correspondents from the Double Crown Club include Harry Carter and Barnett Freedman, and from the Society for Italic Handwriting S. H. Grice. Other correspondents include Alec Clifton-Taylor. With the correspondence are a printed announcement for the lecture at the Victoria & Albert Museum and list of invitees.
The collection contains papers of the company and personal papers of Oliver Simon, Herbert Simon, and Basil Harley. These include correspondence; papers relating to specific printing jobs and to types, paper, printing processes, etc.; business papers; and specimens of printing.
Correspondence. Meynell's correspondents include Michael Ayrton, Laura Coates (including a typescript set of specifications by her), John Farleigh, Barnett Freedman, H. W. Garrod, Anthony Gross, Joan Hassall, and Lynton Lamb. Interfiled is a letter from Meynell to George Macy (11 Dec. 1953). With the letters are tear-sheets from a magazine article about Stevenson.