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Correspondence between Morison and Daniel Berkeley Updike, 1921-1941

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9812/D/280

Scope and Contents

Three letters are from Morison (27 Mar. 1939, photographic print of an autograph letter; and 20 Aug. and 12 Dec. 1942, typescript carbon copies). The rest are from Updike to Morison. Included in this correspondence is an exchange of letters between Morison and David Pottinger following Updike's death (1942); and a letter from Morison to Brooke Crutchley conveying Updike's letters to him to the University Press collection (1959). Folder 4 contains part of a typescript composition of 8 pp. by Updike captioned "Some notes on liturgical printing" (pp. 1, 5, 7, 8 only).


  • Creation: 1921-1941


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83 sheet(s) (83 sheets in 4 folders)

Language of Materials



Most of the letters are printed in Stanley Morison & D. B. Updike: Selected correspondence, edited by David McKitterick (1979).

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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