Correspondence of Morison, 1913-1967
Scope and Contents
Morison's letters were generally dictated to his secretary and typed with a carbon copy. For the most part, it is these carbon copies that make up his outgoing correspondence in this series. (Where his original letters or photocopies of them are included, this fact is noted.) Letters to and from Morison are interfiled in one chronological sequence. Some short compositions by a particular correspondent are included in this series alongside that person's correspondence.
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14 archive box(es) (14 boxes)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
After Morison's death some of his original letters (mostly photocopies) were contributed to the collection by their recipients through Nicolas Barker. A few of these have Barker's annotations or other accompanying notes.
- From the Fonds: Morison, Stanley Arthur, 1889-1967 (editor and typographer) (Person)