Morison, Stanley Arthur, 1889-1967 (editor and typographer)
- Existence: 1889 - 1967
Stanley Morison (1889-1967) was the preeminent authority on typography in Britain in the 20th century. Besides his many publications, his influence was exerted partly through his positions as a consultant to the Monotype Corporation, to The Times newspaper (for which he designed Times Roman in 1932), and to the University Press, Cambridge.
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Stanley Arthur Morison: Correspondence to Mrs Bridges, Charles Sayle, A.T. Bartholomew and J.C.T. Oates, 1923-1954
Artificial collection of single item or small collection accessions. Mainly correspondence but includes other papers.
Stanley Morison, 1956-1966
Two typescript letters to Joan Stevenson.
Stanley Morison, 1916-1971
Stanley Morison, 1935-1973
Stanley Morison, 1928-1973
Stanley Morison to Herbert Wright, 22 Feb. 1924
Stanley Morison to Herbert Wright, 3 Mar. 1924
Westminster. With envelope.
Talk on Stanley Morison to the Double Crown Club, 1967-1968
Autograph ms.; typescript of 9 half-sheet pages; correspondence with the Club (Walter Tracy); printed announcement and menu for the dinner. The talk was given on 29 Nov. 1967.
- ARCHON code (for CUL materials): Archives and MSS Dept. (GBR/0012) X
- Archival Object 31
- Collection 2