Standard, Paul, b 1900 (calligrapher)
- Existence: b 1900
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Acquisition of Frederic Warde's Arrighi italic type, 1935-1963
Chancery Italics, 1940-1948
Copy (mostly typescript, including carbons, partly autograph manuscript) for a book by Will Carter with this title, including table of contents; dummy of 'experimental pages'; proofs of title 'Chancery italics' with various notes on italic writing books and showings of italic types; correspondence, some letters enclosing further specimens of type. Correspondents include Alfred Fairbank, Frederick. W. Goudy, Stanley Morison, Paul Standard. The book was never published.
Correspondence between Morison and Paul Standard, 1930-1967
With a copy of a letter from Charles Kingston Jr. to Morison; a tear sheet of an article 'An experiment at Whitby' by Standard in Jubilee magazine for May 1961; and a tear sheet from the New Yorker 5 Jan. 1963 containing an article about Standard.
Correspondence with readers (P-S), 1971-1972
These include Peter (unidentified; concerning verses of Hilaire Belloc); Wulstan Phillipson, Emrys Pride, Jack Pritchard, Aino Prytz, Beattie E. Ransome, Harold Riegelman, Max Reinhardt, S. Andrew Rigby, Ritty and Eve, Doris Robinson, W. N. Roughead, S. R. Shapiro, Olivia Sowerby, Albert Sperisen, Rawson F. Stagg, Paul Standard, Stella Standard, E. Raymond Streat.
Edition of Ludovico Arrighi, La operina, 1945-1954
Files on individual people
Letters from members of the Typophiles to Will Carter, 1940
Letters from Paul Standard, 1936-1945
A few items include drafts or carbon copies of letters from Howe.
Letters from Paul Standard to Will and Sebastian Carter, 1937-1963
Letters to Will are dated 1937-1977; to Sebastian, 1957-1960. With printed material by and concerning Paul Standard (probably previously separated from the letters).
Letters from the files of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), 1925-1961
Includes correspondence between Warde and the typefounders P. Ribadeau Dumas and between him and H. W. Kent (1925-6); and correspondence between the Museum and Paul Standard and Will Carter (1941-61). With the letters are photocopies of printed articles about the Museum Press.
Letters from various correspondents (R-S) to Oliver Simon, 1925-1955
The letters are from Eric Ravilious (undated), Charles Ricketts (undated), Ludovic Rodo (1952), Bruce Rogers (1925, 1927), Noel Rooke (1952), M. H. Salaman (1953), Geoffrey Scott (1923), Frank Sidgwick (1923), Paul Standard (1944), H. V. Strong (1955), A. J. A. Symons (1930, 1940).
Letters of congratulation to Francis Meynell, 1961
Paul Standard, 1930-1968
Folder 1 = correspondence. With the letters is a bookplate by Standard inscribed to Meynell and dated 1966 Folder 2 = 3 printed pamphlets by Standard, 2 inscribed to Meynell Folder 3 = 'Francis Meynell and the Nonesuch Press' (typescript carbon copy of 14 pages with ms. alterations), by Standard, marked 'N.Y. 16 Nov. 1966. with a tear-sheet from Printing News reporting on the talk.
Sixe idyllia chosen out of the Sicilian poet Theocritus; with eight etchings by Anthony Gross, and with an introduction by Douglas Cleverdon (Clover Hill Editions, 1971), 1970-1971
Copy (various typescripts); layouts; title-page artwork; proof copies of 2 etchings, signed by Anthony Gross; proofs of single leaves, many corrected; publicity (copy and proofs of prospectuses, order form, and notice of an exhibition); correspondence with Will Carter. Correspondents include Douglas Cleverdon, Anthony Gross, Paul Standard, Stellar Press (W. J. Hummerstone).