Zapf, Hermann, b 1918 (calligrapher and type designer)
- Existence: b 1918
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Acquisition of the Hunt Roman type, 1967-1981
Correspondence with Will Carter (1967-1971 and 1980-1981); printed announcement (1981). Correspondents include Arnold Cook Ltd, Banks and Miles, Gertrude L. Benöhr, George H. M. Lawrence, Oxford University Press, Jack Werner Stauffacher, Stempel AG, Stephen Austin and Sons Ltd, D. Stephenson Blake & Co Ltd, and Hermann Zapf.
Emery Walker: some light on his theories of printing and on his relations with William Morris and Cobden-Sanderson, by Colin Franklin, 1973-1974
Files on individual people
George Orwell, 1984 (not printed), 1980-1982
Correspondence with Sebastian Carter. Correspondence is chiefly with the Arion Press (Andrew Hoyem), with whom a collaboration was planned. Correspondents also include Hermann Zapf. With a pamphlet 'An advertisement for the press of Robert Grabhorn and Andrew Hoyem' (ca. 1971).
Hermann Zapf, 1967-1968
Most of this series comes from Hutt's 'people' files, which along with correspondence included clippings and other papers about the person.
Letters from Hermann Zapf to Will Carter, 1938-1988
This series contains correspondence that is either personal or else related to more than one project of the Press. Correspondence related to a particular project will generally be found in the item for that project, not here; but some letters kept separate by Will or Sebastian Carter are retained separately in this series.