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A tally of types, by Stanley Morison, 1953-1976

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9824/A/5

Scope and Contents

Folder 1 = Letters after publication from Greer Allen, Lewis Allen, Ernest Barker, Max Caflisch, Sydney Cockerell, Gaylord Donnelley, Alvin Eisenman, Alfred Fairbank, Evan Gill, Robert Harling, Walter Harrap, Joan Hassall, John Hayward, Ellic Howe, André Jammes, Thomas Jones, George Macy, Giovanni Mardersteig, Francis Meynell, Percy Muir, Roger Mynors, J. B. Oldham, G. W. Ovink, Stanley Pargellis, Vivian Ridler, Carl Purlington Rollins, Rudolph Ruzicka, John Sparrow, Paul Standard, Francis Stephenson, Jan Tschichold, Joseph Thorp, René Varin, Beatrice Warde, and Lawrence C. Wroth Folder 2 = correspondence relating to additional material and corrections for the trade edition edited by Crutchley, eventually published in 1973. The correspondents are Nicolas Barker, Harry Carter, John Dreyfus, Alfred Fairbank, Gyorgy Haiman, P. M. Handover, Netty Hoeflake, Eric Humphries, R. J. L. Kingsford, Stanley Morison, James Mosley, D. Weller. With the letters is a covering memorandum by Crutchley dated July 1976 Folder 3 = letters after publication of the 1973 edition from Harry Carter, Sem Hartz, James Moran, James Mosley, and Walter Tracy. With these are clippings of reviews.

Dates

  • 1953-1976

Conditions Governing Access

Unless restrictions apply, the collection is open for consultation by researchers using the Manuscripts Reading Room at Cambridge University Library. For further details on conditions governing access please contact mss@lib.cam.ac.uk. Information about opening hours and obtaining a Cambridge University Library reader's ticket is available from the Library's website (www.lib.cam.ac.uk).

Extent

3 folder(s) (3 folders)

Language of Materials

English

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