Gaskell, John Philip Wellesley, 1926-2001 (librarian and bibliogapher)
- Existence: 1926 - 2001
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence relating to the gift of Baskerville's punches to Cambridge University, 1952-1953
The letters are chiefly to and from Brooke Crutchley. His correspondents include Fred Anthoensen, Geoffrey W. Beard, Paul A. Bennett, Desmond Flower, Stanley Morison, G. W. Ovink, Charles Peignot, Rémy Peignot, René Varin, W. F Sedgwick Ltd, and Lionel Whitby. Some letters are of thanks for copies of the pamphlet Baskerville's punches by Philip Gaskell.
Early history of the University Bibliographical Press
Gaskell's account of his efforts in founding the University Bibliographical Press, and then records of its work ('Journal of the Press'). Account references documents (numbered DP1, DP2 and DP3) that do not appear to be present in this work. Volume has press cuttings, letters, photographs affixed, with an appendix 'check-list of pamphlets etc printed at the Water Lane press' inserted.
Her housekeeping book, by Susanna Whatman; introduced by Thomas Balston, 1952-1953
Letters after publication from Thomas Balston, Sydney Cockerell, Philip Gaskell, Joan Hassall, Frederic G. Melcher, Ulrich Middeldorf, Ellis Minns, Owne Morshead, Carl Purlington Rollins, S. H. De Roos, A. F. Scholfield, Oliver Simon, Earl Spencer, and Jan Tschichold.
Letters to Philip Gaskell from bibliographers, 19 May 1951-23 Feb. 1956
Artificial collection of single item or small collection accessions. Mainly correspondence but includes other papers.
Papers of the Water Lane Press
Philip Gaskell, 30 Jan. 1979
Includes two photocopies of shelf-list of the history section in Trinity College Library as it was in 1695.
Two men: Walter Lewis and Stanley Morison at Cambridge, by Brooke Crutchley, 1968-1969
- Archival Object 5
- Collection 2