1 edition of Curwen Press collection in Cambridge University Library. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Contes Populaires Sur Les Ogres, Recueillis a Bilda (Collection De Contes Et De Chansons Populaires; Volumes 35-36)
Symons — and the great Legion Book produced in 1929. A copy of Old Plaistow, by John Spencer Curwen son of the founder Plaistow, H. Loring Collection of Decorated Papers, Houghton Library, 52L-1000, [series no. Albert Rutherston: a catalogue of the illustrated books, periodicals, pamphlets, Christmas cards, pantomimes, diaries and almanacks, pattern papers, ornaments and autographed letters in the collections of the Manchester Metropolitan University Library together with an introduction.
Plantin, available from 1913, has been mentioned earlier.
In 1963 when it was accepted, the handlist held something over 650 records, as I recall. The impetus for this plan came from the late Philip Gaskell, then Librarian of Trinity College. Cite whole collection as: Rosamond B. The period 1926-41 is particularly well covered by a handwritten record kept in two ruled notebooks.
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The collection contains personal correspondence. Douglas Ball, Librarian of the College of Librarianship Wales, was one of those who saw the Tate Gallery exhibition. There are normally only six students in each class, since we have six pairs of cases of text type. 1933 — Curwen Press becomes a separate printing company By 1933 the character of the work done at Plaistow had changed considerably since its early days.
Directing this expansion was Stanley Morison, whom Oliver Simon had already met through the D.
now British Library Catalogue, a note follows after the Technical description.
It is quite clear that Herbert Simon, who came to the Press in 1933, shared Oliver's enthusiasm for paper, despite teasing Oliver for his love of 'porridge paper'.