The collection of production materials for The Plan of St. Gall is composed of materials formerly in the possession of the
donors, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Born and Lorna Price. It is composed of A variety of materials representing numerous stages in
the production of the three volume work. A great deal of the material is undated. Those which are dated range from 1967, during
the early phases of the project, to just prior to publication at the end of 1979. They include research correspondence; corrected
typescript; galley, page and reproduction proofs; illustrations, including original drawings, photographic reproductions and
negatives, pasteups, cropping and placement instructions, and scales; design and production materials, including layouts,
press sheets, studies and proofs for the binding calligraphy and endpapers, and minor miscellaneous materials; publicity and
advertising materials; and a certificate of commendation from the University of California Press.
Walter Horn, born January 18, 1908 in Waldangelloch, Germany, is a distinguished art historian specializing in medieval European
art and architecture. In 1938 he began teaching at the University of California, Berkeley where he is now a professor emeritus.
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