Sandford, Christopher, 1902-1983 (author, book designer, publisher)
- Existence: 1902 - 1983
Christopher Sandford (1902-83), author, book designer and publisher, was born in Cork, Ireland in 1902. He was a book designer, proprietor of the Golden Cockerel Press, a founding director of the Folio Society, and husband of the wood engraver and pioneer Corn dolly revivalist, Lettice Sandford, née Mackintosh Rate.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Athenaeum Club, 1942-1956
Correspondence with the Club; with Christopher Sandford (1948); and with Reynolds Stone about the design of an emblem for stationery (1956). With the letters are printed membership lists for 1956 and 1961; and a letter to Wilfrid Meynell (1942, mentioning his new membership).
Christopher Sandford: Correspondence to Sir Herbert Thompson, 1932-1936
Artificial collection of single item or small collection accessions. Mainly correspondence but includes other papers.
Correspondence 1938, 1938
Correspondence 1939, 1939
Correspondence 1953, 1953
Other correspondents (S), 1916-1973
They are: Ebbe Sadolin (with an exhibition catalogue of his drawings , 1948), Harriet Sampson, Christopher Sandford, Siegfried Sassoon (1955), Kathleen Selby, Joan M. Shelmerdine, Stanhope Shelton, Rollo G. Silver, Society for the Study of Addiction (W. R. Bett, 1955), Jack Squire, Ã ke L. Stavenow, and Alan Steyne.