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Published projects 1946-1981

Physical Description: 438 Linear Feet

Arrangement

This series consists of 51 subseries which correspond to publications:
  1. Le dur désir de durer
  2. Les baigneuses
  3. Les Fresques de Fra Angelico
  4. Prisons
  5. Miserere (1950, 1952)
  6. Jerusalem (Stirling)
  7. Jerusalem (Rinder and Wicksteed)
  8. Songs of innocence
  9. Songs of innocence and experience
  10. Adam's rib
  11. The infant with the globe
  12. Abram Brown
  13. The white lady of the Brandberg
  14. Illustrations to the Bible
  15. Philipp Cave
  16. The Fitzwilliam Museum
  17. The book of Urizen
  18. Visions of the daughters of Albion
  19. The Tsisab Ravine and other Brandberg sites
  20. Sur Marcel Duchamp
  21. The marriage of heaven and hell
  22. Anibib and Omandumba
  23. Gislebertus, sculptor of Autun
  24. Samuel Palmer's sketchbook
  25. Miserere (1963)
  26. America, a prophecy
  27. William Blake, poet, printer, prophet
  28. The story of the wise men
  29. The book of Thel
  30. Through the troposcope
  31. The Haggadah for Passover
  32. Ecclesiastes
  33. Milton, a poem
  34. Songs of innocence and experience (trade edition)
  35. Southern Rhodesia
  36. The gates of Paradise
  37. Europe, a prophecy
  38. All religions are one
  39. There is no natural religion
  40. Water-colour designs for the poems of Thomas Gray (catalogue)
  41. Water-colour designs for the poems of Thomas Gray
  42. The book of Ahania
  43. Jerusalem (Cunliffe)
  44. The marriage of heaven and hell (trade edition)
  45. The sphinx and white ghost shelters
  46. The song of Los
  47. William Blake's Laocoon, a last testament
  48. The book of Los
  49. The complete portraiture of William and Catherine Blake
  50. Illustrations of Dante
  51. Constable with his friends in 1806
This series is arranged chronologically by date of publication. Projects within this series have unique identifying codes (e.g. I-A-1, I-B-1) in roughly chronological order by publication date that were most likely assigned by the Press. Folders within each project often have numerical codes (e.g. 1, 2, 3, a1, a2, a3) that were assigned during early processing but were not continued for each folder.

Scope and Contents

This series includes original production materials, manuscripts, correspondence, publicity, and some business records pertaining to the 40 published works of the Trianon Press and affiliates. A significant portion of the series consists of photographs, negatives, stencils, guides, plates, and other materials used in the collotype and pochoir processes to produce facsimiles of the William Blake illustrations and other artwork for the de luxe editions of the Press, as well as various stages of designs, paste-ups, corrected proofs, maquettes, and bound copies of the published works. Also included are production materials for trade editions; original manuscripts and annotated typescripts; correspondence with artists, authors, craftsmen, suppliers, distributors, and business partners; financial documents pertaining to production, distribution, and sales; and press clippings and other publicity materials.
 

Le dur désir de durer I-A-1 1946

Physical Description: 5 folders

Publication Information

Text by Paul Éluard, illustrated by Marc Chagall. Limited edition by Arnold/Bordas.

Project History

Participants: Marc Chagall (Illustrations), Paul Eluard (Poetry), Arnold/Bordas Editeurs, Grey Falcon Press, Trianon Press, Jacomet, Fawcus, Macleod, Pierre Bordas, James Lauglin, New Directions
Work Published: 1946 (Ltd ed. Arnold/Bordas Editeurs/Grey Falcon); 1950 (Trade ed. - Trianon/Grey Falcon, New Directions)
Distributor(s): Trianon - Arnold/Bordas Editeurs, Paris; New Directions, USA (1950 ed.); Faber & Faber Ltd. (1950 cat.) London Number of editions: 2 (1946 Ltd.ed. French - 72 pgs and 1950 Trade ed. French text with translation by Stephen Spender & Frances Cornford - 96pgs.
Publication date of edition(s): 1946 and 1950
Prospectus information: "The following constitutes the original edition: 25 copies on 'Auvergne' paper of pure rag made by hand at the Moulin du Val-de-Laga, each with one original drawing by Marc Chagall, Marked A to Y. Autographed. Of the above, 10 copies are reserved for the USA and Great Britain. 330 copies, autographed & numbered, on B.F.K. 'Rives' paper of pure rag. Of the above, 90 copies are reserved for the USA and Great Britain. Published by Arnold/Bordas Editeurs, Paris in assoc. with Grey Falcon Press, New York and The Trianon Press, London. To appear July 1947."
Colophon information: "The following constitutes the 1st ed. of this book with the complete text in French & English. 750 copies # 1-750 reserved for Trianon Press, Cobham Surrey; 750 copies #751-1500 reserved for Grey Falcon Press, New York. Color frontispiece reproduced by hand in workshops of Jacomet under supervision of Chagall. This book was designed by Arnold Fawcus. Copy #1035."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Moulin du Val-de Laga, "Auvergne" paper deluxe (1946), B.F.K. "Rives" (1946, 1950 text); Arjomari (1950), Arches "Eryx" (1950 prospectus)
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Fonderie Radiguer (1946); L'Imprimerie Union, Paris (1950). Roman Caslon - typography in 2 colors - printed by Joseph Zichieri. Designed by Andre-Charles Gervais (1946); designed by Arnold Fawcus (1950).
Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: Daniel Jacomet et Cie., 25 drawings
Pochoir Supplier, Description & Use: Jacomet, Color Frontispiece & wash drawings - 9 in color. Frontispiece reproduced in 19 colors
Illustrations: Drawing by Chagall reproduced in lithography and mounted on front cover of case Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Possibly Draeger. Presented in a deluxe case mounted with a drawing by Marc Chagall reproduced in lithography - Bound with white paper covers & glassine wrap in a slipcase (1946). Bound in white paper with a glassine wrap - printed on front cover of binding is "LE DUR DESIR DE DURER by Paul Eluard with the translation in English verse by Stephen Spender & Frances Cornford. Illustrated by Marc Chagall (1950).
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Possibly Draeger. Slipcase for deluxe copies (1946)
Box 1, Folder 1

Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 2

Prospectus samples

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 3

Faber catalog, typescript

Box 1, Folder 4

Reviews

Box 2, Folder 2

Reviews

 

Les baigneuses I-A-2 1947

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Publication Information

Artwork by Paul Cézanne, text by Jean Cassou. Limited edition, 'Editart', by Trianon Press and Grey Falcon Press.

Project History

Participants: Rene Huyghe (Director of Louvre), Daniel Jacomet, Jean Cassou (text - Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Paris) Arnold Fawcus, Patrick MacLeod
Work Published: 1947
Distributors: Grey Falcon Press (New York); Trianon Press (London); Trianon Press (Paris)
Number of editions: 1
Size of edition(s): 500 copies
Publication date of edition(s): Dec.1,1947
Prospectus information: Prospectus reduced to 8 1/2 x 11" from book size 11 x 19". "The following constitutes original edition: 200 copies, numbered 1-200, signed by the publisher & D.Jacomet reserved for Grey Falcon Press, N.Y. 100 copies, numbered 201-300 signed as above, reserved for the Trianon Press, London. 200 Copies, numbered 301-500, reserved for sale in France."
Colophon information: "Justification du Tirage - Cet ouvrage a été tiré à 500 exemplaires numérotés de 1 à 500 en chiffres Romains… 100 exemplaires numérotés de 1 à 100 réservés à Trianon Press à London. 200 exemplaires numérotés de 201-300 reserves a Grey Falcon Press à New York. 200 exemplaires numérotés de 301 à 500 réservés à 'Editart' Editions de Quatre Chemins, Paris. 15 exemplaires HORS COMMERCE réservés aux Collaborateurs cet ouvrage a été achevé D'Imprimer en Oct., 1947. Les Aquarelles ont été Reproduites par Daniel Jacomet et Cie. #107. (Signed by Fawcus and Jacomet)"

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Lana Docelles (Plates), Arches, "Marians" (Text wrapper, sheets)
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Bouan, master printer in Paris, finished Oct., 1947
Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: Jacomet. Base images for all the plates in volume. All images reproduced in exact of originals/ pre-publication prospectus
Pochoir Supplier, Description & Use: Jacomet. Eight watercolors reproduced by D. Jacomet. Average of 41 "pochoir" applications per image. Reproduced in exact size of originals. Illustrations on separate sheet which was then tipped onto book page. Each reproduction is embossed with a "J" or as with the prospectuses "Specimen Jacomet".
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Possibly Draeger. Paper covered boards with brown colored paper, simulated leather – portfolio binding with paper flaps - Type on front cover "Cezanne" in brown ink -- sheets laid in with a paper wrapper/cover for the text & plates with title "Cezanne - Les Baigneuses" printed on front cover.
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Possibly Draeger, portfolio.
Box 1, Folder 5

Preface

Box 1, Folder 6

General correspondence

Box 1, Folder 7

Lloyds Bank, Customs

Box 1, Folder 8

Prospectus samples

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 9

Corrected versions of Prospectus

Physical Description: 4 copies
Box 3

Stencils

Box 3

Maquette

 

Les Fresques de Fra Angelico I-OO-1 1949

Physical Description: 1 folder

Publication Information

Text by Stanislas Fumet. Limited edition by Trianon Press.

Project History

Participants: MacLeod, Fawcus, Jacomet
Work Published: 1949
Distributor(s): TP/Grey Falcon Press acted as distributors for Jacomet.
Imprint: Trianon Press (London), Grey Falcon Press (New York), Editions Artistiques et Documentaires (Paris)
Number of editions: 1
Size of edition(s): 900 copies
Publication date of edition(s): May 1, 1948 (pre-publication prospectus)
Prospectus information: "The Original Edition is constituted as follows: 150 copies, numbered 1 to 150, reserved for the Trianon Press, London. 150 copies, numbered 151-300, reserved for the Grey Falcon Press, New York. 150 copies, numbered 301-450, reserved for Sweden. 450 copies, numbered 451-900, reserved for S.E.A.D., Paris. The complete series of Fra Angelico's Frescoes in the Convent of St. Mark, Florence, are here reproduced by the Daniel Jacomet process, 40 frescoes, including 10 in color and 4 detailed enlargements. Colour applied by hand, with an average of 35 applications of colour for each reproduction. Format 16 1/2 x 12 1/2 in. Plan and diagram of St. Mark's indicating location of each fresco. Text set in 18 point Garamond and printed by "La Ruche", master printer in Paris. Rag paper specially treated for application of tempers used in reproductions. 120 pages. Preface by Jacques Maritain, distinguished French author and philosopher, formerly French Ambassador at the Holy See. Text by Stanislas Fumet, well-known authority on Italian Art. By subscription only. Book is available now to subscribers. Publication date May 1st 1949. After this date prices will be 8 guineas or 30 dollars."
Colophon information: "Cet ouvrage tiré à 900 exemplaires numérotés a été achevé D'Imprimer le 1er Nov.1948 sur les Presses de L'Imprimerie la Ruche (A. et P. Jarach) .Les Planches ont été Reproduites par les procédés Daniel Jacomet a Paris - Exemplaire no. 185"

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Paperteries Renage (Prospectus and probably the text and illustration papers). Quarto Colombier, 160gms2 Pure rag, wove, Pg.size 16 1/2 x 12 1/2". Prospectus paper is a laid sheet with Renage Mill watermark. According to the prospectus the rag paper was specially treated to accept the tempera paints. Type Supplier, Description & Use: L'Imprimerie la Ruche (A. et P. Jarach). 18 pt. Garamond - printed letterpress Collotype and Pochoir Supplier: Jacomet. Pochoir Description & Use: 10 color illustrations with an average of 35 applications of color for each reproduction, Tempera used - illustrations done on separate wove sheets and mounted onto the text pages.
Binding and Box Supplier: Probably Draeger. Binding Description & Use: Loose sheets laid into a wrapper of white paper with "Fra Angelico" in black on front cover and red fleur de lis at bottom of front cover - spine blank. Box Description & Use: Portfolio - white paper over boards with Blue type on front cover, 2 paper flaps (top & bottom only)
Box 2, Folder 1

Prospectuses

Physical Description: 7 copies
 

Prisons I-B-1 1949

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Piranesi and Aldous Huxley, preface by Jean Adhémar. Limited edition by Trianon Press and Grey Falcon Press. Trade edition by Trianon Press, distributed by Faber.

Project History

Participants: Arnold Fawcus, Patrick MacLeod, Jake Zeitlin, Aldous Huxley, Jean Carlotti, Jean Adhemar, Denys Sutton, Daniel Jacomet
Work published: 1949
Distributors: Grey Falcon/Trianon - English Ltd. Ed.; Faber & Faber - Trade Ed. ; Zeitlin & Ver Brugge - US. Ltd. Ed.
Number of editions: 2
Size of editions: Deluxe Ed. 212 copies; Trade Ed. 1000 copies
Publication date of editions: 1949
Prospectus information: Prospectus announces original deluxe edition only; trade edition announced in "Fine Art Publications, Spring 1990" and in colophon of book. The trade edition was sold mainly in England, a few in the U.S. For the original deluxe edition, two different prospectuses were printed, one for Trianon, London with pg. 14 illustration and one for Zeitlin, Los Angeles with pg.11 illustration. The Prospectus reads as follows: "The Original edition is constituted as follows: 100 numbered copies, signed by the author, are reserved for the Trianon Press, Cobham, Surrey, England, and the Grey Falcon Press, 5203 Pennway St., Philadelphia, U.S.A. 4 1/2 guineas. 100 numbered copies, signed by the author, are reserved for Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los Angeles, U.S.A. This unpublished text by Aldous Huxley is accompanied by the complete series of the Carceri etchings by G.B.Piranesi and a critical study by Jean Adhemar, Associate Curator of Prints at the Bibliotheques Nationale, Paris. Huxley treats the subject "from Bentham to Belsen"; the imprisonment of the body and its more sinister counterpart, the metaphysical prisons of the mind. The second state of Piranesi's great etchings, together with two interesting examples of the first state, are here for the first time reproduced in large format. Jean Adhemar's text, including bibliography and notices on the etchings, are translated from the French in this timely and important publication. The text is set entirely by hand in a new 20 point Caslon and printed on a pure rag paper by Jourde & Allard, Paris, who printed Vollard's great books. Format 11 x 12 1/2 in. Frontipiece and eighteen etchings. Eighty pages. Presented in a deluxe case made by hand by Adine, Paris. The Trianon Press, Macleod & Fawcus, Ltd., Cobham, Surrey."
Colophon information: "Of this first printing of 'PRISONS' by Aldous Huxley, 212 copies have been made on Renage paper of pure rag, all of which are signed by the author. One hundred numbered copies are reserved for the Trianon Press, Cobham, Surrey, England and for the Grey Falcon Press, 5203 Pennway St. Philadelphia. One hundred numbered copies are reserved for Zeitlin & ver Brugge, Los Angeles, California. Twelve copies numbered A to L 'hors commerce' for the author, the publishers and their associates. The text, which has been set entirely by hand in a new 20pt. Caslin of the Fonderie Radiguer, is printed by Jourde & Allard, master-printers in Paris. The lettering is by J.A. Carlotti. The etchings are reproduced by Aulard. The book was designed by Arnold Fawcus. The first printing of PRISONS consists of 212 signed copies and 1000 unsigned copies, which are distributed by Faber & Faber, London. After printing, the type was dismantled. There will be no further edition in this format."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Renage Mill - Pur Chiffon F, 56 x 68 - 31, I 160gm2 - no watermark - paper left over from "Stirling Jerusalem"; Muller - Luxe cover; Papeteries du Marais - "Marais" - inside separation sheet for critical study, labels, catalogues; Pont de Claix - "Blanc Apprete Groupe VII/I " 56 x 68 160gm2 - no watermark - offset paper - trade edition
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Jourde & Allard - text printing - deluxe edition- new Caslon 20pt.; Jourde & Allard - deluxe edition- Caslon Roman, Bodoni Italics; Aulard - illustration printing , gravure - deluxe and trade editions
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Guilleux - deluxe edition, 212 copies - 80pgs sewn and bound - presented in deluxe portfolio with cloth spine and Ingres grey paper sides; Verscheure & Brogniart - ordinary edition, 1000 copies, paper covered book on cheap paper (I-B-1.7 - Jan.14, 1950) complete description unavailable
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Adine - cases for deluxe edition
Prospectus Variations & Description: Prospectus for deluxe edition - 1000 copies to Zeitlin, 1000 copies to Trianon - 2 variations, each with separate imprints on title page and different center prints (pl.14 Trianon, pl.11 Zeitlin) - both printed for Trianon Press, London - separate prices
Box 1, Folder 10

Typescript

Box 1, Folder 11

Huxley correspondence

Box 1, Folder 12

General correspondence

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence with Huxley
Box 1, Folder 13

Adhemar & Sutton: Miscellaneous & correspondence

Box 1, Folder 14

Adhemar Essay: French

Box 1, Folder 15

Adhemar Essay: English

Box 1, Folder 16

Adhemar bibliography & notes

Box 1, Folder 17

Jourde & Allard Documents

Box 1, Folder 18

Malcolm Long correspondence

Box 1, Folder 19

Zeitlin & ver Brugge correspondence

Box 1, Folder 20

Reprint edition correspondence

Box 1, Folder 21

Production costs & sales sheets, mail receipts, shipping documents

Box 1, Folder 22

Import/export license papers; Forms & invoices

Box 1, Folder 23

Paper orders & samples

Box 1, Folder 24

Jacomet correspondence

Box 1, Folder 25

Printing orders, samples, correspondence

Box 1, Folder 26

Binding

Box 1, Folder 27

Title page layout & samples (for binding)

Box 4

Production papers: Paper, type, illustrations

Box 4

Layout sheets, margins, illustration size, text block, sample sizes

Box 4

Colophon & frontispiece: Typescript, proofs, corrections

Box 4

Title page, layouts, proofs, corrections

Box 4

Initial letter (A) size samples, type samples, paste-ups

Box 4

Huxley text proofs with corrections & samples

Box 4

Adhemar text proof with corrections

Box 4

Carceri etchings, title page layouts & paste-ups

Box 4

Plate captions: Typescripts with corrections

Box 4

Heliogravures

Box 4

Miscellaneous illustration samples for deluxe edition

Box 4

Miscellaneous illustration proofs for Trade edition

Box 4

Bulking dummy

Box 4

Prospectuses: Typescripts & layouts

Box 4

Prospectus samples

Box 4

Reviews

Box 4

1 set text & illustrations (complete)

Box 5

Miscellaneous sheets deluxe edition (Grey Falcon imprint), 4 up

Box 5

Miscellaneous illus overs: 4 up, trade edition (Trianon imprint)

 

Miserere I-C-2 1950, 1952

Physical Description: 5 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Georges Rouault. 1950 edition: introduction by Anthony Blunt. Trianon Press distributed by Faber. 1952 edition: illustrations for Museum of Modern Art edition, preface by Monroe Wheeler.

Project History

Participants: Rouault, MacLeod, Fawcus, Anthony Blunt (foreword), Monroe Wheeler (MOMA ed.)
Work published: 1950, 1951, 1952
Distributors: Faber & Faber (1950- no US sales), Museum of Modern Art (1952 ed - US), Grey Falcon Press, Editions du Seuil (1952 - Fre.-produced in collaboration with TP???
Number of editions: Possibly 4. 1950 (TP) 1951 (German) 1952 (US) 1952 (French)
Colophon information: "This facsimile in reduced format of the Miserere engravings was produced under the supervision of Georges Rouault who corrected and signed all the proofs. The titles were written by the artist & are reproduced in facsimile. The book was designed by Arnold Fawcus & printed in Oct. 1950 by Aulard & Cie. Master printer in Paris. The original edition of Miserere containing the complete series of engravings was first published in 1948 and is distributed by the Editions de l'Etoile, 21 Boulevard St Germain, Paris. It was limited to 450 copies of which 25 were 'Hors Commerce'."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Papeteries de Ruysscher - Louis Muller et Fils. Helio Blanc Satine - Photo Offset Blanc & Relior Fini Mat Grain 201 Gris
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Aulard. Text, dust jacket & gravures
Photography Supplier, Description & Use: Aulard. For deep-etched gravures
Illustrations Supplier, Description & Use: Aulard. All illustrations done by deep-etch gravure - in black only - 58 engravings plus 4 plates showing different states of the same engraving.
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Verscheure & Brogniart (de luxe); James Burn & Co. Ltd. (trade). De luxe – 100 copies; trade - 2000 copies 10 x 7 , 80 pgs. "Sundour" Black cloth with gold stamping on spine
Box 9

General correspondence

Box 9

Anthony Blunt correspondence

Box 2, Folder 10

Correspondence: Coutot, Rouault, Wheeler 1948-1951

Box 9

German edition Prestal Verlag

Box 9

Project Finances

Box 9

Type & Paper Orders

Box 9

Binding order, trials and samples

Box 9

Half title & colophon

Box 9

Title page

Box 9

Artist's preface

Box 9

Forward

Box 9

Plate titles

Box 9

Maquette

Box 9

Jacket (U.S.) sample

Box 9

Jacket (UK) Production material

Box 9

Jacket (UK) Trials, samples

Box 9

Faber catalog announcement

Box 9

Museum of Modern Art: Monroe Wheeler 1952 edition

Box 9

Miscellaneous Illustration overs (damaged)

Box 10

Maquettes

Physical Description: 7 items
Box 10

Miscellaneous Photo Prints (Ozalids)

Box 2, Folder 9

Reviews

Box 65

Photographs of Illustrations

Box 69

4 glass plates with plate titles

 

Jerusalem (Stirling) I-D-1 1951

Physical Description: 8 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake, Stirling copy. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Macleod, Fawcus, Jacomet, Wicksteed
Work published: 1950
Distributors: Trianon Press/Macleod & Fawcus, Ltd., Cobham Surrey; Grey Falcon Press, Philadelphia
Number of editions: 1
Size of edition: 516 copies
Publication date of editions: June 1950
Prospectus information: "The Original Edition is constituted as follows: 250 copies, numbered 1 to 250, reserved for 20 guineas distribution by the Trianon Press, Cobham, Surrey. 250 copies, numbered 251 to 500, reserved 60 dollars for distribution by the Grey Falcon Press, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 16 copies, numbered A to P, "hors commerce" reserved for the Trustees of the William Blake Trust, Mr. Joseph Wicksteed and the publishers. The etched and illuminated pages have been reproduced by Daniel Jacomet, Paris. An average of 44 applications of colour by hand were required for each page. 100 plates with 10 full page and 45 half page water-clours and 45 pages decorated with colored designs. The text has been composed by hand in new 16 point Caslon of the Fonderie Radiguer and printed by Jourde & Allard, master-printers in Paris. The facsimile is reproduced in the original format on pure rag paper especially manufactured to match the paper used by Blake. Presented in five volumes. Volume I – Commentary by Mr. Joseph Wicksteed, with illustrations. Volumes II to V – facsimile of the Jerusalem manuscript. Each volume bound in a pure rag cover (blue-grey). Boxed in a specially designed case made by hand by Adine, Paris."

Production Information

Type Supplier, Description & Use: Jourde & Allard, master-printers in Paris. 16 point Caslon from Fonderie Radiguer Collotype and Pochoir Supplier: Jacomet. Pochoir Description & Use: An average of 44 applications of colour by hand were required for each page. 100 plates with 10 full page and 45 half page water-clours and 45 pages decorated with colored designs. Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Possibly Adine. Pure rag cover (blue-grey) Box Supplier: Adine
Box 11

Correspondence

Box 11

Jacomet Dispute

Box 11

Financial correspondence & receipts

Box 11

Inquiries & acknowledgments

Box 11

A. Douetil (Edward Lumley & Sons Ltd.) Insurance

Box 11

Papeteries Reuines

Box 11

Other paper correspondence & samples

Box 11

Mansell Bookbinders Ltd. correspondence

Box 11

Edmund Stekel Ltd. (mailing boxes)

Box 11

Book Box cloth & paper, lettering, color samples

Box 11

Text typescript & corrections

Box 11

Subscription forms: Grey Falcon & Trianon Press

Box 11

Binding preference forms, single volume (completed)

Box 11

Binding Preference forms, 5 fascicles (completed)

Box 11

Fascicle labels, samples

Box 11

Prospectus typescript, corrections, proofs

Box 11

Prospectus samples, 4 illustrations

Box 12

Subscription orders & sales

Box 12

Orders & Subscription lists

Box 12

Philip C. Duschnes, U.S. Distributor

Box 12

Miscellaneous Bookseller correspondence

Box 12

Exhibition correspondence: "La Galerie ex Libris", "M. de Touraou, exhibition", English-speaking Union, British Council Exhibitions

Box 12

Invoice book #1, 2

Box 460, Folder 3

Mailing lists and sales

Box 13

Kenneth Breese: Spine labeling samples

Box 13

Renage Paper Mill correspondence & samples

Box 13

Text proofs & corrections

Box 13

Exhibition plates & information

Box 13

Reviews

Box 13

Duplicates of reviews

Box 13

Incomplete volume, Irene 'd A. Fawcus copy

Box 14

Taquets, bon à tirer sheets & stenciler information sheets

Box 14

3 maquettes, binding styles

Box 15

Extra plates #1-36

Box 16

Extra plates #37-82

Box 17

Extra plates #83-100

Box 17

1 complete set of plates

Box 3

Miscellaneous Guides, plate 32

Box 3

Miscellaneous Stencils, plate 99

Box 3

Miscellaneous Stencils, plate 100

Box 3

Timelines of production by Julie Fawcus

 

Jerusalem (Rinder); William Blake's Jerusalem, a commentary (Wicksteed) I-E-1 1953

Physical Description: 7 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Rinder copy (monochrome). Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.
William Blake's Jerusalem, a commentary by Joseph Wicksteed. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.
Box 18

Notes & cost estimates

Box 18

Printers correspondence

Box 18

Sales correspondence

Box 18

Layout & typescript

Box 18

Title page page proofs & plate text proofs

Box 18

Frontispiece: Jacomet correspondence

Box 18

Incomplete copy: Message text pages 3-4 & illustrations

Box 18

Taquet pages: Miscellaneous

Box 18

Photo prints: Miscellaneous

Box 18

Exhibition publicity

Box 18

Jacket artwork, layouts, text proofs (Trianon Press)

Box 18

Jacket layouts, paste-ups, proofs (Beechhurst Press)

Box 18

Wicksteed Commentary: Joseph & Eileen Wicksteed correspondence

Box 18

Wicksteed Commentary: Miscellaneous Production correspondence

Box 18

Wicksteed Commentary: Paper correspondence, orders, samples

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Production notes

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Preliminary material, typescripts, paste-ups, layouts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Chapter 1 - typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Chapter 2 - typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Chapter 3 - typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Chapter 4 - typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: List of "Illustrations to Introduction", correspondence, typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Illustrations - paste-ups, layouts, proofs

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: "Appendix" typescripts with correspondence

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: "Synopses" (page to page) typescripts, proof sheets

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: "Corrections to Summary & Synopses" typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: "Index" typescripts

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Prospectus layouts & proofs

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Jacket layouts, paste-ups (Trianon)

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Title page layout & proofs (Beechhurst Press)

Box 19

Wicksteed Commentary: Jacket layouts, typescript, paste-ups (Beechhurst Press)

Box 460, Folder 4

Sales

Box 2, Folder 11

Wicksteed Commentary: Publishers Association, Religious Book Publishers

Box 2, Folder 12

Wicksteed Commentary: Illustrations list (G. Keynes handwriting)

Box 2, Folder 13

Rinder Jerusalem: Frontispiece samples

Box 5

Rinder Jerusalem: Samples pages 49-64

Box 3

Wicksteed Commentary: Commentary page layouts and trials

Box 20

Wicksteed Commentary: Index compiled by G. Keynes

Box 21

Wicksteed Commentary: Miscellaneous text pages - typescripts and proofs

Box 22

Wicksteed Commentary: Miscellaneous text pages - typescripts and proofs

Box 20

Wicksteed Commentary: "Final proofs" (1953), "Proem" proof pages; Rinder Jerusalem: Miscellaneous text & poem pages

Box 3

Production timeline by J. Fawcus

Box 5

Beechhurst Press jacket bon à tirer sheets, corrections and final proofs

Box 39

Complete set uncut illustrations and text pages

 

Songs of innocence I-F-1 1954

Physical Description: 8 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.
Box 202, Folder 1

General correspondence

Box 202, Folder 2

Jacomet correspondence

Box 202, Folder 3

Beaufume correspondence

Box 202, Folder 4

Imprimerie Duval correspondence

Box 202, Folder 5

Wm. Clowes & Sons Ltd. correspondence

Box 202, Folder 6

M. Barast et Fils correspondence (Includes Songs of I & E)

Box 202, Folder 7

Adine correspondence

Box 202, Folder 8

Production notes

Box 202, Folder 9

Title page samples

Box 202, Folder 10

"Publisher's Statement " typescript with corrections

Box 202, Folder 11

Beaufume stenciling information & progress sheets

Box 202, Folder 12

Stenciler information sheets with page numbers

Box 202, Folder 13

Decomps, page 4 "The Shepherd"

Box 202, Folder 14

Decomps, page 7 "The School Boy"

Box 202, Folder 15

Decomps, page 22 "Little Boy Lost"

Box 202, Folder 16

Decomps, page 26 "Spring"

Box 202, Folder 17

Base collotype sheets: Miscellaneous selection

Box 202, Folder 18

Colored collotype sheets: Miscellaneous selection

Box 202, Folder 19

Christmas card sample

Box 202, Folder 20

Shipping information & invoices

Box 202, Folder 21

Prospectus "Bibliographical Statement" typescript

Box 202, Folder 22

Prospectus: Proofs with corrections, samples

Box 202, Folder 23

U.S. edition 1957 Borenstein: Production notes

Box 202, Folder 24

U.S. edition 1957 Borenstein: Binding samples

Box 202, Folder 25

U.S. edition 1957 Borenstein: Prospectus proofs

Box 202, Folder 26

George Braziller: U.S. edition distribution

Box 203

Guides and stencils

Box 204

Guides and stencils

Box 205

Guides and stencils

Box 206

Guides and stencils

Box 207

Display boards for exhibit (2)

Box 207

Bon à tirer sheets: Miscellaneous selection

Box 264

Publicity: Scrapbook of reviews

Scope and Contents

Includes information on Songs of Innocence and Songs of Innocence and of Experience (offset).
Box 39

Miscellaneous printed pages

 

Songs of innocence and experience I-G-1 1955

Physical Description: 17 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Keynes
Work published: 1955
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 526 copies
Prospectus information: "5 copies numbered I to V, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages, together with an original guide sheet and stencil. 15 copies numbered VI to XX, each containing an original guide sheet and stencil. 240 copies numbered 1 to 240 are published by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France, and distributed by Faber and Faber Ltd., 24 Russell Square, London, W.C.1. 240 copies numbered 241 to 480 are reserved for distribution in the U.S.A. 26 copies numbered A to Z are reserved for the Library of Congress, Mr. Lessing J. Rosenwald, the Trustees of the Blake Trust, and the Publishers. The book is printed on 'Arches' pure rag paper especially manufactured to match the paper used by Blake and water-marked with his monogram. It is bound in full niger morocco, and presented in a slip case."
Box 208, Folder 1

Correspondence

Box 208, Folder 2

Exhibition & Display Correspondence

Box 208, Folder 3

Exhibition materials

Box 208, Folder 4

Publicity correspondence

Box 208, Folder 5

Publicity information

Box 208, Folder 6

Production notes, estimates

Box 208, Folder 7

Paper

Box 208, Folder 8

Paper watermark placement maps

Box 208, Folder 9

Text typescripts

Box 208, Folder 10

Printing correspondence

Box 208, Folder 11

Duval invoices

Box 208, Folder 12

Duval miscellaneous estimates

Box 208, Folder 13

Stenciling production notes

Box 208, Folder 14

Binding information

Box 208, Folder 15

Binding spine samples

Box 208, Folder 16

Adine boxes

Box 208, Folder 17

Prospectus production notes

Box 208, Folder 18

Prospectus typescripts

Box 208, Folder 19

Prospectus proofs with corrections

Box 208, Folder 20

Prospectus insert pages, proofs with corrections

Box 208, Folder 21

Prospectus order form insert samples

Physical Description: 6 copies
Box 208, Folder 22

Prospectus, U.S. edition, proof sheets & sample

Box 208, Folder 23

Insurance

Box 208, Folder 24

Sales

Box 209, Folder 1

Miscellaneous stencil cover sheets

Box 209, Folder 2

Bon à tirer sheets with stenciling information, pages 1-31

Box 209, Folder 3

Bon à tirer sheets with stenciling information, pages 32-54 & miscellaneous doubles

Box 209, Folder 4

Decomps: Double page, plate 5 & plate 24

Box 209, Folder 5

Single page base collotypes

Box 209, Folder 6

Double page base collotypes

Box 209, Folder 7

Full color Illustration samples, pages 1-21

Box 209, Folder 8

Full color Illustration samples, pages 22-54

Box 210, Folder 1

Double page full color sheets: Miscellaneous selection

Box 210, Folder 2

Binding sample boards

Box 210, Folder 3

Binding maquette with corrections & slipcase

Box 188

3 positive negatives, plate 1,28,42

Box 95

3 contact prints (backwards), plate 1,28,42

Box 211

Guides and stencils

Box 212

Guides and stencils

Box 416

Guides and stencils

Box 213

Guides and stencils

Box 214

Guides and stencils

Box 215

Guides and stencils

Box 207

Base Collotype decomps

Box 207

Mounted photographs & panel from 1954 exhibition

Box 207

Miscellaneous loose sheets from exhibit panels

Box 361

Trial slipcases

Box 210, Folder 4

Edition slipcases

Box 210, Folder 5

Brass engraving plates

Physical Description: 2 items
Box 236

Guides, page 1 "Songs of Innocence & Experience" - portfolio

Box 222

Matted Prints - From exhibition at UC Berkeley Spring 1996

Physical Description: 4 items
Box 414

Guides and stencils

Box 415

Guides and stencils

Box 416

Guides and stencils

 

Adam's rib I-H-1 1955

Physical Description: 5 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Robert Graves, illustrations by James Metcalf. Trianon Press.
Box 23

Correspondence: Robert Graves

Box 23

Correspondence: James Metcalf

Box 23

Correspondence: A.P. Watt & Son

Box 23

Paper Estimates, Orders, etc.

Box 23

Paper Samples

Box 23

Paper Specimens with printing & woodcut trials

Box 23

Printing correspondence & estimates: Clowes, Westerham

Box 23

Printing Instructions & Page Layouts

Box 23

Production correspondence & Trial Proofs

Box 23

Preliminary pages: Texts with corrections & layouts & proofs

Box 23

Illustration: Color Trials & placement

Box 23

2 dummy books - 8 pg & 32 pg sections

Box 23

Preliminary proofs - Uncorrected & corrected

Box 23

Argument Proofs - Uncorrected & corrected

Box 23

Genesis Version - Paste-up & uncorrected proofs

Box 23

Hebron Icons - Proofs uncorrected & corrected

Box 24, Folder 1

Hebron Icons - Engraving blocks, corrected proofs

Box 24, Folder 2

1 complete proof copy of book - Type & illustrations

Box 24, Folder 3

Jacket: Text, corrections & printing instructions

Box 24, Folder 4

Faber & Faber Press release: Typescript & uncorrected galley proof

Box 24, Folder 5

Yoseloff reprint 1958: Paper correspondence & samples

Box 24, Folder 6

Yoseloff reprint 1958: Production correspondence, printing

Box 24, Folder 7

Yoseloff reprint 1958: Preliminary material proofs

Box 27

Correspondence: Graves, Metcalf

Box 27

Genesis Version: Typescript with compositors' instructions

Box 27

Summary: English & French copies (corrected & uncorrected)

Box 27

Yoseloff reprint: Correspondence & Clowes estimate

Box 5

Genesis: 2 sets galley proofs - corrected

Box 5

Jacket: Layout proofs & finished samples & 1958 reprint proofs

Box 24, Folder 8

1 complete corrected proof copy & book cover proof - Trianon Press 1955 May 2

Box 460, Folder 5

Engraving block

 

The infant with the globe I-H-2 1955

Physical Description: 4 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, translated by Robert Graves. Trianon Press.
Box 24, Folder 9

Production notes & correspondence (Clowes)

Box 24, Folder 10

Paper samples & correspondence & calculations

Box 24, Folder 11

Type estimates, samples

Box 24, Folder 12

Preliminary pages text: Typescript, proofs, layouts (5)

Box 24, Folder 13

1945 edition Spanish text: Robert Grave's copy

Box 24, Folder 14

Proof copy with out corrections

Box 24, Folder 15

Jacket text proofs with corrections & production

Box 24, Folder 16

Publicity: Robert Graves text, typescript

Box 27

Introduction: Notes, corrected typescript & copies

Box 27

Jacket Illustration (Goya print): Photo & proof

Box 27

Reviews (press clippings)

Box 26

Text proofs with illustrations

Physical Description: 3 sets
Box 5

Jacket layouts, proofs with corrections, finished sheets

 

Abram Brown I-H-3 1955

Physical Description: 5 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Richard Phibbs, illustrations by Philippe Jullian. Trianon Press.
Box 25

Correspondence: Richard Phibbs

Box 25

Correspondence: Phillipe Jullian (Illustrator)

Box 25

Correspondence: Other Illustrators

Box 25

Paper: Estimates, samples, correspondence

Box 25

2 bulking dummies (paper samples - no text)

Box 25

Production notes & estimates: Trianon

Box 25

Production notes & specimen pages: Wm. Clowes

Box 25

Text typescript

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 25

Preliminary pages: Typescript, proofs with & without corrections

Box 25

Illustrations: Placement layouts (pencil)

Box 25

Illustrations: Full page sketches & proofs

Box 25

Illustrations: Small page proofs (book & jacket)

Box 25

2 proof copies, one with corrections

Box 25

Jacket typescript & proofs with corrections

Box 25

Jacket lettering samples: Front & spine with color trials

Box 25

Publicity: English & French typescripts, publisher releases

Box 27

Correspondence: Richard Phibbs lawsuit

Box 27

Correspondence: Wainwright & Pollock, O'Bryen - Taylor & Co.

Box 27

Jacket Illustration: Background & pochoir trials

Box 27

Jacket: Guides & Stencils (incomplete set)

Box 26

Text: Proofs with corrections

Physical Description: 4 sets
Box 26

Text: Proofs with illustrations

Physical Description: 2 sets
Box 26

Uncorrected text proofs

Physical Description: 3 incomplete sets
Box 5

Partial page (small) illustrations - proof sheets, box with corrections

Box 5

Ink Trials (3 colors - 2 sheets per color)

Box 5

Full sheet cutting guide

Scope and Contents

Includes jacket, Songs of Innocence cards and illustrations
Box 5

Jacket: Layouts, paste-ups, prelim. sketches, etc.

Box 5

Jacket: Pochoir color trials

Box 5

Jacket, finished

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 27

5 bound books - 2 with jackets & bands, 3 with jackets only

Box 362, Folder 1

Blank dummy, turn-out sample, price adjustment note

 

The white lady of the Brandberg I-I-1 1955

Physical Description: 6 boxes

Scope and Contents

Authored by Abbé Henri Breuil. Part of Rock Paintings of Southern Africa series.

Project History

Participants: Breuil, Boyle, Scherz, Tallents
Work published: 1955
Distributors: Faber & Faber, Ltd.
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 2,187 copies
Prospectus information: "2,075 copies, the plates of which are printed on Aussedat rag content paper, are published by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France, and distributed by Faber & Faber Ltd. 24 Russell Square, London, W.C.1. 100 copies signed by the Abbé Breuil and numbered 1 to 100, printed on pure rag paper made entirely by hand at the Moulin du Val de Laga, Auvergne, are published by the Trianon Press and distributed by Faber & Faber Ltd. 12 copies numbered A to L, printed on pure rag paper…. These are signed by the Abbé Breuil and are reserved for distribution by him. The text includes chapters on the date and rave of these remarkable and beautiful figures, on the Mediterranean and other foreign influences and on the Abbé's methods of copying rock paintings. His magnificent colour drawings, with each plate documented by photographs, are reproduced in facsimile by collotype and stencil process. There is a frontispiece and 22 plates in colour-collotype and stencil, a panorama of the whole frieze and 33 photographs reproduced in collotype."
Box 470, Folder 1

Handwritten manuscript pages, notes, and clippings

Box 470, Folder 2

Partial typescript and notes

Box 470, Folder 3

Corrected typescript

Box 470, Folder 4

Prospectus paste-ups, corrected proofs, typescripts

Box 470, Folder 5

Correspondence: Scherz, Hawkes, German edition 1953-1959

Box 470, Folder 6

Paper samples, notes, invoices

Box 442

Title page design and samples

Box 470, Folder 7

Clippings, publicity, sales

Box 442

Reviews and clippings

Box 470, Folder 8

Production invoices and financial notes 1953-1955

Box 470, Folder 9

First typescript

Box 470, Folder 10

Manuscript and typescript

Box 470, Folder 11

Typescript and manuscript

Box 470, Folder 12

Corrected proofs and typescript: Illustrations

Box 470, Folder 13

Reissue correspondence and invoices 1966-1967

Box 442

Paste-ups, corrected proofs, designs

Box 442

Proofs, typescripts, correspondence, board sample

Box 442

Newspaper clippings concerning Abbe Breuil

Box 231

Proofs

Box 218

Dummies, uncorrected proofs

Box 362, Folder 2

Jacket and paratext manuscript, copy, proofs

Box 362, Folder 3

Reissue correspondence, notes, photographs

Box 167

Page paste-ups and collotype proofs, cut and uncut pages

Scope and Contents

frontispiece, panorama, and other pages
Box 167

Jacket mock up, title lettering samples and proofs

 

Illustrations to the Bible I-J-1 1957

Physical Description: 7 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Keynes, Goyder
Work published: October 21, 1957
Distributors: William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. (London)
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 506 copies
Prospectus information: "26 copies numbered A to Z reserved for the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers. 230 copies numbered 1 to 230 for the United Kingdom, distributed by William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., 14 St. James Place, London, S.W.1. 230 copies numbered I231 to 460 for the United States. 20 copies numbered I to XX (ten each for the United Kingdom and the United States) each containing proof states of the lithograph from Blake's 'Virgin and Child'. The size of the book is 22 x 16 inches. It contains 156 monochrome collotype reproductions, printed on Arches pure rag paper, facing relevant catalogue entries for easy reference…. There are nine plates reproduced in full colour in the size of the originals. The frontispiece is an original lithograph by Mourlot, Paris, from twelve stones, with four shades added by hand through stencils; one plate has been reproduced in collotype and stencil by Jacomet, Paris, and the remainder in colour collotype by Emery Walker Ltd., London…. There is an introductory text by Sir Geoffrey Keynes and Mr. George Goyder. The letterpress is set by hand in 18 point Centaur roman and Arrighi italic, with a two-color title page. Copies 1 to 460 are bound in quarter black niger morocco with hand-marbled paper sides and vellum tips, and gold titling on the spine. Copies numbered I to XX are bound in full black niger morocco, with gold titling on the spine and front, and are presented in a de luxe, leather-backed case made by hand by Adine, Paris."
Box 432

Correspondence: Lenders & illustration donors 1956-1958

Box 432

Correspondence: Binders 1956-1958

Box 432

Correspondence: Collotype, Emery Walker Ltd. 1957

Box 432

Correspondence: Printers 1954, 1956-1957

Box 432

Text: "Prelims" & "Catalogue" - Typescript with printer's instructions

Box 432

Text: "Catalogue & reproductions" - Typescripts with corrections, revisions

Box 432

Design: Layout tracings, type samples & color circle sample

Box 432

Design: Layout maquettes

Box 432

Design: Illustration layouts

Box 432

Design: Page layouts, paper calculations, list of titles to plates

Box 432

Frontispiece lithograph proofs with notes

Box 432

Frontispiece, photograph with trace paper corrections

Box 432

Binding: Cloth samples 1956

Box 432

Binding: Leather samples 1956

Box 432

Printing: Paper portfolio 1955-1956

Box 432

Prospectus: Printed copies with corrections & order form proofs with corrections 1957

Box 432

Prospectus & Order Forms, Correspondence: Spottiswoode Ballantyne 1957

Box 432

Prospectus & Order Forms, typescript with corrections

Box 432

Prospectus, Finished copies 1957

Box 234, Folder 1

Introduction typescript & drafts with corrections 1956

Box 234, Folder 2

Introduction & Illustrations design layouts

Box 234, Folder 3

Prospectus: Preliminary layouts 1957

Box 234, Folder 4

Illustration: Reduction templates, plates 1-94

Box 234, Folder 5

Illustration: Reduction templates, plates 95-174

Box 433

Prelims, Title page: Corrected proofs

Box 433

Introduction: Corrected proofs

Box 433

Text: Corrected proofs, plates 1-147 (1st revision)

Box 433

Text: Corrected proofs, plates 1-175

Box 433

Text: Final corrected proofs

Box 433

Text: Corrected proofs

Box 434

Text: Paste-up & design

Box 434

Spare Text set

Box 434

Illustrations: Layout paste-up pages

Box 434

Illustrations: Cutting guides & binding indicators

Box 434

Text: Gallery proofs with corrections

Box 435

Box & book maquettes with loose plates

Box 70, Box 480

Glass plate negatives

 

Philipp Cave I-K-1 1957

Physical Description: 6 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by Abbé Henri Breuil. Part of Rock Paintings of Southern Africa series.

Project History

Work published: November 1957
Distributors: William Collins (London)
Number of editions: 2 ("Ordinary" and "De luxe")
Size of editions: 1,330 copies
Publication date of editions: November 1957
Prospectus information: "1,200 unnumbered copies. 110 copies, numbered 1 to 110, printed on Arches pure rag, mould-made paper and signed by the Abbé Breuil. 20 copies, numbered A to T, printed on Arches pure rag, mould-made paper and signed by the Abbé Breuil. These are reserved for the Abbé Breuil and the Publishers. The Abbe's original copies are reproduced in 31 plates by color collotype and stencil; 30 photographs, documenting his copies, are reproduced in monochrome collotype (including one double page) and one, the frontispiece, is in colour collotype. The ordinary edition is bound in cloth, the numbered copies in quarter niger morocco. Size: 11 x 14 ½ in."
Box 460, Folder 6

Instructions to printers

Box 460, Folder 7

Binding specifications and costs

Box 460, Folder 8

Distributions notes

Box 460, Folder 9

Correspondence

Box 460, Folder 10

Papers specifications and samples

Box 460, Folder 11

Photographs

Box 5

Breuil Tracings

Box 459

Discarded layouts

Box 459

Corrected galleys, paste-up

Box 459

Illustration Maquette, and notes for English edition

Box 188

Glass negatives (5x7)

Box 69

Glass negative (7x10)

Box 70

Glass negative (12x16) and prints

 

The Fitzwilliam Museum I-L-1 1958

Physical Description: 14 boxes

Publication Information

Introduction and notes by Carl Winter. Trianon Press.

Project History

Participants: Arnold Fawcus, Carl Winter (dir. of museum), J.W. Goodison (asst. dir), Kenneth Knowles, L.A. Holder, Mrs. Page, M.E.D. Laing
Work published: November 3, 1958
Distributors: William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. (London)
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 1,526 copies
Prospectus information: "26 copies numbered A to Z, reserved for Mr. Guy Knowles, M.A., the Fitzwilliam Museum, and the Publishers. 1,500 copies numbered 1 to 1,500. The size of the book is 12 ¼ x 9 ¼ inches. It contains a frontispiece and 101 monochrome collotype illustrations on 95 pages; and six colour plates, reproduced by collotype and stencil. The plates were printed in Paris, on rag paper supplied by Arches. The descriptive notes face each plate for easy reference, and the letterpress is set in Monotype Caslon Old Face, with two-color title page. Full buckram binding. This publication has been made possible by the generosity of a private benefactor, and has been produced on a completely non-profit basis."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Grovenor Chater, paper for descriptive text; Arches-Marais, rag paper for illustrations
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Spottiswood. Monotype Caslon Old Face, 18 pt., 14pt. 12pt. Two color title page
Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: Spottiswood. 96 Monochrome plates, 1 plate printed per page in 12 forms; 6 Colour plates (pl.6, pl. 27, pl. 32, pl. 35, pl. 74 & pl. 104)
Photography Supplier: Mr. Kensworthy
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Mansell. Buckram, gold spine text & crest on the cover, page size 12 1/4"x 9 1/4"
Box 443

Correspondence

Box 443

Correspondence 1955-1957

Box 443

Correspondence: Gay F. Knowles 1955-1960

Box 443

Correspondence: Spottiswoode Ballantyne (printer) 1957-1958

Box 443

Correspondence: Binding 1965, 1972

Box 443

Correspondence: Grosvenor Chater (paper) 1958 January-June

Box 443

Production: Calculations & Estimates, notes

Box 443

Production: Overall project estimates 1955-1956

Box 443

Production: Miscellaneous notes

Box 443

Retired Productions: Paper calculations

Box 443

Retired Productions: Illust. color samples

Box 443

Retired Productions: Layout notes

Box 443

Illustration: Postcard replicas

Box 443

Illustration: Annotated proofs, cut to size, Forms I-IV

Box 443

Typeface proofs

Box 443

Jacket, Galley proofs

Box 443

Title page, Coat of Arms proofs

Box 443

Text: Typescript prelims 1958 January

Box 443

Text: Typescript for half titles

Box 443

Text: Typescript for plates, incomplete set

Box 443

Text: Typescript index, marked for printer

Box 443

Text: Typescript p.1-100, by Carl Winter

Box 443

Text: Typescript with corrections

Box 443

Text: Typescript with corrections

Box 460, Folder 12

Production notes and correspondence

Box 444

Contract 1960 February

Box 444

Paper Samples (Arches/Grosvenor Chater/John A. Kidd & Son)

Box 444

Production: List of proposed plates 1956 March

Box 444

Production: List of plates 1957 February

Box 444

Production: List of object dimensions

Box 444

Production: Text corrections, composition & layout, 1957 June-July

Box 444

Production: Notes (plate size, margins, text size etc.)

Box 444

Production: Plate numbering (notes, lists of plates & paste-up illustrations)

Box 444

Retired production: Notes 1958 January-June

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form I

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form II

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form III

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form IV

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form V

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form VI

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form VII

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form VIII

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form IX

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form X

Box 444

Illustration: Paste-ups, Form XI

Box 445

Illustration: Paste-up of coins & miniature portraits

Box 445

Illustration: Paste-ups, b/w copies of color plates

Box 445

Illustration: Paste-ups, other

Box 445

Illustration: Paste-ups, rejected copies

Box 445

Illustration: Paste-ups, deleted images

Box 445

Illustration: Collotype proofs

Box 445

Illustration: Color proofs

Box 445

Illustration: Rejected color plates

Box 445

Text: Layouts with illustrations & typescripts

Box 445

Text: Layouts, paste-ups

Box 445

Text: Galley proofs of "Intro" with corrections 1957 August

Box 445

Text: Galley proofs with corrections (Trianon Press set)

Box 445

Text: Galley proofs with corrections 1957 August

Box 445

Text: Title page proofs

Box 445

Text: Trials, specimens pages

Box 445

Jacket: Typescript & Galley proofs

Box 445

Prospectus: Typescript & order form with corrections 1958 March

Box 445

Prospectus: First proof with corrections & revised proof with layout 1958 April

Box 445

Prospectus

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box 445

Prospectus: Plate inserts

Box 446

Production: Plate sizes & margins, list of plates

Box 446

Illustrations: Collotype proofs, Forms I-V

Box 446

Illustrations: Collotype proofs, Forms VI-XIa

Box 446

Illustrations: Collotype proofs, Forms I-VI

Box 446

Illustrations: Collotype proofs, Forms VII-XIb

Box 447

Illustrations: Cutting guides & layout maquettes

Box 447

Illustrations: Miscellaneous collotype proofs with annotations

Box 447

Illustrations: Color plate proofs in b/w

Box 447

Illustrations: Color plates, plate 6, 27, 32 & 35

Box 447

Illustrations: Photo paste-ups (oversize pages of coins & miniature portraits)

Box 447

Text: Plate description proofs, pl 65-108 1958 January

Box 447

Text design: Prelim & Intro proofs with corrections 1957 December - 1958 March

Box 447

Text design: Title page proofs with corrections 1958 August

Box 447

Text: Cutting set proofs 1957 August-December

Box 448

Text: First revision proof for Intro, uncorrected 1958 March

Box 448

Text: Plate title proofs, uncorrected, set I 1958 March

Box 448

Text: Plate title proofs, uncorrected, set II 1958 March

Box 448

Text: Corrected proofs, 2nd revision

Box 448

Text: Corrected index proofs, by Carl Winter 1958 July-August

Box 448

Text: Corrected proofs, Final set 1958 June

Box 449

Text: Corrected proofs, early set (2) 1958 January-March

Box 449

Text: Corrected proofs, (Trianon Press set) 1958 March

Box 450

Photographs: Frontispiece

Box 450

Photographs: Frontispiece (c.2)

Box 450

Photographs: Frontispiece, unused

Box 450

Photographs: Porphyry Vase, plate 1

Box 450

Photographs: Chert Limestone Vase, plate 2

Box 450

Photographs: Diorite Bowl, plate 3

Box 450

Photographs: Head of King, plate 4

Box 450

Photographs: Head of Amenemhat III, plate 5

Box 450

Photographs: Ibis, plate 7

Box 450

Photographs: Bull of Memphis, plate 8

Box 450

Photographs: A King about to pour a liberation, plate 9

Box 450

Photographs: Hydria, plate 10

Box 450

Photographs: Silver coins, plate 11

Box 450

Photographs: Tinia & Uni, plate 12

Box 450

Photographs: Head of Goddess, plate 13

Box 450

Photographs: Glass Vase, plate 14

Box 450

Photographs: Ritual wine vessel, plate 15

Box 450

Photographs: Stoneware vase, plate 16

Box 450

Photographs: Porcelain vase, plate 17

Box 450

Photographs: Horse, plate 18

Box 450

Photographs: Buffalo, plate 19

Box 450

Photographs: Porcelain wine jar, plate 20

Box 450

Photographs: Porcelain dish & bowl, plate 21

Box 450

Photographs: Episode from a parody of the Chushingura, plate 22

Box 450

Photographs: Hawk, plate 23

Box 450

Photographs: Mosque lamp, plate 24

Box 450

Photographs: Illustration from the Dastan I-amir Hamzah, plate 25

Box 450

Photographs: Faience jug, plate 26

Box 450

Photographs: Knotted wool carpet (b/w), plate 27

Box 450

Photographs: Carved ivory panel, plate 28

Box 450

Photographs: Manuscript illumination from a Psalter, plate 29

Box 450

Photographs: Manuscript illumination, plate 30

Box 450

Photographs: Manuscript illumination from Metz Pontifical, plate 31

Box 450

Photographs: St. Ambrose, St. Michael, St. Augustine, plate 33

Box 450

Photographs: The Virgin & Child with adoring angel, plate 34

Box 450

Photographs: A Miracle of St. Zenobius, plate 36

Box 450

Photographs: Venonice, plate 37

Box 450

Photographs: Silver processional cross (2), plate 38

Box 450

Photographs: Visored sallet and bevor, plate 39

Box 451

Photographs: Anne of Brittany, plate 40a

Box 451

Photographs: Louis XII, King of France, plate 40b

Box 451

Photographs: Manuscript of illum., plate 41

Box 451

Photographs: Goat, plate 42

Box 451

Photographs: Maiolica portrait bust, plate 43

Box 451

Photographs: Maiolica dish, plate 44

Box 451

Photographs: Seated woman, plate 45

Box 451

Photographs: St. Lanfranc of Pavia, plate 46

Box 451

Photographs: Venus & Cupid, plate 47

Box 451

Photographs: Virgin & Child, plate 48

Box 451

Photographs: Embossed Casque, plate 49

Box 451

Photographs: Study for a figure of Christ, plate 50

Box 451

Photographs: Bacchus, plate 51

Box 451

Photographs: Venus & Cupid with a lute player, plate 52

Box 451

Photographs: Tarquin & Lucretia, plate 53

Box 451

Photographs: Hermes, Herse & Aglauros, plate 54

Box 451

Photographs: The adoration of the shepherds, plate 55

Box 451

Photographs: The Betrayal of Christ, plate 56

Box 451

Photographs: Landscapes with St. John baptizing, plate 57

Box 451

Photographs: Ecce Homo, plate 58

Box 451

Photographs: The Holy Family, plate 59

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Photographs: Music manuscript, plate 62

Box 451

Photographs: The back of a nude man, plate 63

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Photographs: The path bordered by trees, plate 64

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Photographs: Portrait of Lucas Vorsterman, plate 65

Box 451

Photographs: A man in military costume, plate 66

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Photographs: Portrait of a man, plate 67

Box 451

Photographs: Woodland landscape, plate 68

Box 451

Photographs: The Groote Kerk at Haarlem, plate 69

Box 451

Photographs: Portrait of a lady, plate 71

Box 451

Photographs: The Drayton house clock, plate 73

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Photographs: Man on crutches (b/w), plate 74

Box 451

Photographs: Glory, plate 75

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Photographs: A pew group, plate 76

Box 451

Photographs: Portrait of George Arnold, plate 77

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Photographs: The angry harlequin, plate 78

Box 451

Photographs: The entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice, plate 79

Box 452

Photographs: A woman of Venice, plate 80

Box 452

Photographs: Head of youth, plate 81

Box 452

Photographs: Porcelain teapot, plate 82

Box 452

Photographs: Porcelain bowl & cover, plate 83

Box 452

Photographs: Commode, plate 84

Box 452

Photographs: Princess Amelia, plate 85

Box 452

Photographs: Portrait of Heneage Lloyd & his sister, plate 86

Box 452

Photographs: The maypole dancers, plate 87

Box 452

Photographs: Two river nymphs, plate 88

Box 452

Photographs: Oceanus, plate 89

Box 452

Photographs: Apollo & the seasons, plate 90

Box 452

Photographs: Landscape with a dark hill, plate 91

Box 452

Photographs: The Villa D'este, plate 92

Box 452

Photographs: Great white-crested cockatoo, plate 93

Box 452

Photographs: The reader, plate 94

Box 452

Photographs: The Braddyll family, plate 95

Box 452

Photographs: William Glendonwyn, plate 96

Box 452

Photographs: Dolgelly, North Wales, plate 97

Box 452

Photographs: Yorkshire Fells, plate 98

Box 452

Photographs: Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Woodhead, plate 99

Box 452

Photographs: Hampstead Heath, plate 100

Box 452

Photographs: John Keats, plate 101

Box 452

Photographs: Ode to the nightingale, plate 102

Box 452

Photographs: Le Coup de Vent, plate 103

Box 452

Photographs: Garden at Pontoise, plate 104

Box 452

Photographs: La Rue St. Vincent, Montmartre, Printemps, plate 105

Box 452

Photographs: Portrait of Sir William Nicholson, plate 107

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, "Fragments of a gold secular cup"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, "Fisherman with net, Nelsson porcelain figurine"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, "Mummy case of Chief Priest of Karnak"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, Monet "Le printemps"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, Turner "On the Usk"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, Turner "Watercolor landscape sketch"

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, (dancing couple, porcelain figurines)

Box 452

Photographs: Rejected plates, (Angel holding a candlestick)

Box 95

Photographs: Miniature portraits, Lucy Harrington, Countess of Bedford

Box 95

Photographs: Rejected plate, "Faversham broach"

Box 95

Photographs: Rejected plate, "Illustrations from the Hamza-Nama"

Box 95

Photographs: Rejected plate, "Panel of cloth of gold & velvet"

Box 95

Photographs: Rejected plate, "3 Maries at the tomb", ivory

Box 63

Photographs: A Coat of Arms

Box 63

Photographs: Ibis

Box 63

Photographs: Miniature portraits: Miss Francess Brook & Lucius Carey

Box 63

Photographs: Miniature portraits: Henry VIII & Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales

Box 63

Photographs: Miniature portraits: Sir Edward Nicholas & unknown man

Box 63

Photographs: Miniature portraits of men by N. Hilliard

Box 63

Photographs: Miniature portraits of unknown women

Box 478

Line block, Fitzwilliam Coat of Arms, (2x2)

Box 245

Guides, stencils, proofs: Egypt

Box 245

Guides, stencils, proofs: Degas

Box 245

Guides, stencils, proofs

Box 245

Guides, stencils, proofs: Tapis

Box 246

Miscellaneous overs

Box 480

Glass plate negatives

 

The book of Urizen I-M-1 1958

Physical Description: 9 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Work published: October 13, 1958
Distributors: Collins
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 526 copies
Prospectus information: "26 copies numbered A to Z reserved for the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers. 20 copies numbered I to XX (ten each for the United Kingdom and United States), each containing a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages, collotype proofs, and an original guide sheet and stencil. Bound in full niger morocco, with a leather-edged slip-case. 240 copies numbered 1 to 240 for the United Kingdom, bound in quarter niger morocco and hand-marbled paper, with a matching slipcase. 240 copies numbered 241 to 480 reserved for the United States. The books contains 27 plates, printed on an Arches pure rag paper especially made to match that used by Blake and watermarked on each page with his monogram. There is a bibliographic statement by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Size: 9 ¼ x 11 3/8 inches."
Box 33

Estimates: Incoming

Box 33

Estimates: Outgoing

Box 33

Export figures & records

Box 33

Paper calculations, watermark & cutting guides

Box 33

Page layouts & printing information

Box 33

Text paste-ups, corrections & proofs

Box 33

Text samples (3 sets)

Box 33

Prospectus correspondence & paste-ups

Box 33

Prospectus (U.S.) corrections & proofs

Box 33

Prospectus (UK) corrections & proofs

Box 33

Prospectus filler & order forms proofs

Box 33

Prospectus samples with fillers

Physical Description: 2 sets
Box 33

Offset color separations, samples & correspondence

Box 33

Publicity & reviews

Box 33

Exhibition plates & information

Box 33

Slipcase

Box 34

Collotype Decompositions - 2 sets (msg plate 25 base print)

Box 34

Color progressives plate 11

Box 34

Color progressives plate 12

Box 34

Color progressives plate 15

Box 34

Color progressives plate 25

Box 35

Guides & stencils plate 1

Box 35

Guides & stencils plate 2

Box 35

Guides & stencils plate 9

Box 35

Guides & stencils plate 10

Box 35

Guides & stencils plate 11

Box 36

Guides & stencils plate 13

Box 36

Guides & stencils plate 15

Box 36

Guides & stencils plate 16

Box 36

Guides & stencils plate 19

Box 36

Guides & stencils plate 21

Box 37

Guides & stencils plate 22

Box 37

Guides & stencils plate 23

Box 37

Guides & stencils plate 24

Box 37

Guides & stencils plate 27

Box 34

Miscellaneous colored sheets (Full & partial color)

Box 34

Cutting guides

Box 38

Maquettes

Physical Description: 3 items
Box 38

Book box sample: Deluxe edition

Box 199

Collotype: Layouts, corrected proofs, trials, imposition of black

Box 70

Collotype negatives, retouched for 3 colors

Box 40

1 Form trial, 2 colors - on back "Fitzwilliam" blue trial (manuscript Roll & carpet)

 

Visions of the daughters of Albion I-N-1 1959

Physical Description: 4 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Arnold Fawcus, Geoffrey Keynes, Mary Laing, Lord Cunliffe, New York Graphic Society, Blake Trust, George Goyer, Oxford University Press (Offset edition possibly in 1977)
Work published: 1959
Distributors: Colins (London), New York Graphic Society (USA). Offset edition unknown.
Number of editions: Possibly 2
Size of editions: First - 446 copies
Publication date of editions: First - 1959
Prospectus information: "...The eleven plates are accompanied by an explanatory text by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Size: 10 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches. The edition is limited to 446 copies made up as follows: 26 copies numbered 1 to 200 for the United Kingdom, Bound in quarter niger morocco with Cockrell paper sides and a slip case. 200 copies numbered 201 to 400 for the United States. 20 copies numbered I to XX for the United Kingdom and the United States, each containing a set of hand-colored pages showIng progressive stages in the colouring of a single plate, collotype proofs and an original guide sheet and stencil; bound in full niger morocco with a slip case."
Colophon information: "The publication of this facsimile of Blake's VISIONS OF THE DAUGHTERS OF ALBION was made possible by the generosity of Lord Cunliffe, who lent the original volume. The edition consists of 446 copies, printed on Arches pure rag paper made to match that used by Blake. Each page is watermarked with Blake's monogram. 20 copies numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages, colour collotype proofs and an original guide sheet and stencil. 200 copies numbered 1 to 200 for the United Kingdom, distributed by William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., 14 St. James's Place, London S.W.I. 200 Copies numbered 201 to 400 for the United States, distributed by the New York Graphic Society, Greenwich, Connecticut. 26 copies numbered A to Z are reserved for Lord Cunliffe, the Trustees of the Blake Trust and the Publishers. The illluminated pages were reproduced in Paris by Trianon Press (France) in the workshops of Messrs. Hourdebaigt and Crampe by collotype and stencil process. The editorial matter was printed by the Imprimerie Desgrandchamps, Paris. Binding by Mansell (Bookbinders) Ltd., London. The book was produced and published, under the supervision of Mr. Arnold Fawcus, by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Chenot. Arches, pure rag paper with "WB" watermark - page size = 14 3/16 x 10 3/16" 24 pages.
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Imprimerie Desgrandchamps, Paris. Typesetting and printing. Printed in France due to UK printers strike.
Collotype Supplier: Hourdebaigt and Crampe
Pochoir Supplier: Crampe
Photography Supplier: Francois Freres, Houdebaight and Crampe, Victor Michel (Offset colors)
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Mansell Ltd., London. 24 pages sewn in section - pg. size 14 3/16 x 10 3/16"; Ordinary edition - Preliminary pages comes directly after the text. Deluxe edition - Progressives follow the colophon without blank sheet. Collotype is the first page of progressives which are mounted on white pages that are guarded into the book. The Stencil is attached to the back board with 4 transparent corners
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Adine. 450 boxes
Prospectus Variations & Description: Illustration in center of folded sheet - Illustration is folded in half. The type is on the front and back of the folded sheet. Approx. 2600 printed 6/1960
Box 86, Folder 1

Correspondence

Box 86, Folder 2

Text manuscripts with printing information

Box 86, Folder 3

Text proofs with corrections

Box 86, Folder 4

Offset edition: Production notes

Box 86, Folder 5

Offset edition: Typescript

Box 100

Text paste-ups with corrections

Box 100

Text pages (2 samples)

Box 100

Maquette (size & layout)

Box 100

Prospectus (English): Manuscript, proofs with corrections & sample

Box 100

Prospectus (U.S.): Manuscript, proofs with corrections & sample

Box 100

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 7 "Frontispiece" - incomplete

Box 100

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 8, plate 11 - incomplete

Box 100

Cutting instruction sheets

Box 100

Offset edition: Proof sheet

Box 100

Plate 2: Guides

Box 100

Plate 2: Stencils

Box 100

Plate 3: Guides

Box 100

Plate 3: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 4: Guides

Box 101

Plate 4: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 5: Guides

Box 101

Plate 5: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 6: Guides

Box 101

Plate 6: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 7: Guides

Box 101

Plate 7: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 8: Guides

Box 101

Plate 8: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 9: Guides

Box 101

Plate 9: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 10: Guides

Box 101

Plate 10: Stencils

Box 101

Plate 11: Guides

Box 101

Plate 11: Stencils

Box 69

3 glass plate negatives

 

The Tsisab Ravine and other Brandberg sites I-O-1 1959

Physical Description: 8 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by Abbé Henri Breuil. Part of Rock Paintings of Southern Africa series.

Project History

Participants: Breuil, Boyle, Scherz, Strey
Work published: 1959
Distributors: Collins
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 1,146 copies
Prospectus information: "1,000 unnumbered copies, bound in cloth. 30 copies, numbered I to XXX, printed on pure rag paper made by hand at the Moulin du Val de Laga, Auvergne, and signed by the Abbé Breuil; full leather binding. 90 copies, numbered 1 to 90, printed on Arches pure rag mould-made paper and signed by the Abbé Breuil; quarter leather binding. 26 copies, numbered A to Z, signed by the Abbé Breuil, and reserved for the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Abbé Breuil and the Trianon Press …The Abbé's colour copies are reproduced by the collotype and hand-stencil process in 77 plates, including one double page, and are documented by 50 photographs reproduced in monochrome collotype, including two double page montages. The volume contains introductory and topographical material, as well as a detailed description of the plates; size, imperial quarto. In recent years expeditions have been made into the upper and western reaches of the Brandenberg, resulting in the discovery of a number of painted rock sites, some of them extremely important. These are described in a separate chapter, and reproductions of 39 photographs and copies of paintings are included."
Box 223

Maps: Originals and correspondence

Box 223

Prospectus: Typescript, design, notes

Box 223

Paste-ups of text and illustrations, with spare prints and proofs

Box 223

Collotype proofs

Box 223

Jacket paste-ups and proofs, with sample case binding

Box 229

Paste-ups and designs

Box 231

Proofs, spare prints

Box 232

Guides and stencils: Plates 1-74

Box 235

Bon à tirer sheets

Box 240

Extra plates, some marked for pochoir

Box 240

Complete set of deluxe plates

Box 240

Design plans and paste-ups: JBS copy

Box 240

Frontispiece design and paste-ups with extra photographs

Box 459

Bound copy

Box 460, Folder 13

Introduction: Typescripts with corrections

Box 460, Folder 14

Costs and stock notes

Box 460, Folder 15

Correspondence: Fawcus, Robins, Shearer

Box 460, Folder 16

Notes - Breuil; Translations - Boyle

Box 460, Folder 17

Estimates

Box 480

Glass plate negatives, contact prints

 

Sur Marcel Duchamp I-P-1 1959

Physical Description: 27 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Robert Lebel. Limited edition by Trianon Press. Also English, French, American and German trade editions published after 1959.

Project History

Participants: Duchamp, Lebel
Work published: 1958
Distributors: Trianon (London, Paris); Grove Press (NY)
Number of editions: 2
Size of editions: First (French only) 131 copies; Second (English and French editions) unknown
Publication date of editions: First: November 12, 1958
Prospectus information: First: "10 copies numbered I to X, with the text printed on Arches Grand Velin rag paper: each containing a 'self-profile' of Duchamp, signed Marcel dechiravit; and a hand-colored copy by Duchamp of the 'Large Glass', signed Marcel dechiravit; together with a stencil used in making the Frontispiece; 110 copies numbered 1 to 110, printed on Arches-Marais Crèvecoeur rag paper: each containing the 'self-profile' of Duchamp, signed Marcel dechiravit; and a collotype and stencil facsimile of his copy of the 'Large Glass'; 11 copies numbered A to M, hors commerce, reserved for the Artist, the Author and the Publishers."
Size: 12 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. 192 pages.
Plates: Color frontispiece; 'Moulin à Café' (reproduced by collotype and hand-stencil process). Six plates in color. In monochrome gravure: 129 reproductions of Duchamp's work, and 50 personal photographs. In collotype and stencil: 5 drawings.
Text: A study of Duchamp's life and work by Robert Lebel, in 7 chapters, with an appendix on his humor. Catalogue raisonné, bibliography and index. Appendices: Le Processus Creatíf by Marcel Duchamp; Phare de la Mariée by André Breton; Souvenirs de Marcel Duchamp by H.P. Roché.
Presentation: In a hand-made box by Adine, Paris, covered in canvas and lined with reproductions of a montage by Duchamp from the 'Green Box', especially made for this book.
Box 48, Folder 1

Correspondence: M. Duchamp 1955-1958

Scope and Contents

Correspondence from, to, and about Duchamp. Includes playing cards drawn by Duchamp and sent to Arnold Fawcus, in a letter dated March 20, 1958.
Box 48, Folder 2

Correspondence: M. Duchamp 1958 November 6 -1967 October 17

Box 48, Folder 3

Correspondence: Robert Lebel 1956-1970

Box 48, Folder 4

Correspondence: William N. Copley 1955-1970

Box 48, Folder 5

Correspondence: Barnet Hodes, Royalty Accounts 1957-1959

Box 48, Folder 6

Correspondence: Barnet Hodes, Royalty Accounts 1960-1974

Box 48, Folder 7

Correspondence: Arthur Schwartz, Italian edition 1959-1968

Box 48, Folder 8

Correspondence: G.H. Hamilton, English translation 1957-1961

Box 48, Folder 9

Correspondence: Grove Press, U.S. edition 1959 April 3 - 1963 September 9

Box 48, Folder 10

Correspondence: Richard Hamilton 1956-1959

Box 48, Folder 11

Production correspondence 1955-1960

Box 48, Folder 12

Correspondence: Austryn Wainhouse, translator of Lebel text 1956-1976

Box 49, Folder 1

Paper estimates & samples

Box 49, Folder 2

Photographic & pochoir estimates

Box 49, Folder 3

Composition, printing & binding estimates

Box 49, Folder 4

Type specimens

Box 49, Folder 5

Binding Estimates

Box 49, Folder 6

Transport estimates

Box 49, Folder 7

Text (French edition): Production notes

Box 49, Folder 8

Text (French edition): "Poils et Coups...Genres", unmarked typescript copy

Box 49, Folder 9

Text (French edition): Corrected Proofs (original pagination pages 1-120)

Box 49, Folder 10

Text (French edition): 2 sets corrected proofs (original pagination pages 1-58)

Box 49, Folder 11

Text (French edition): Corrected proofs (original pagination pages 61-67)

Box 49, Folder 12

Text (French edition): Corrected proofs (new pagination pages 26-103)

Box 49, Folder 13

Text (French edition): Corrected proofs (miscellaneous pagination)

Box 49, Folder 14

Text (French edition): Miscellaneous corrected proof sheets (no pagination)

Box 49, Folder 15

Text (French edition): Miscellaneous uncorrected proof sheets & corrected printer's proofs

Box 49, Folder 16

Bibliographie proof sheets: Preliminary to final revised set

Box 50, Folder 1

Index (French edition): Corrected Proofs

Box 50, Folder 2

Catalogue Raisonne (French edition): Corrected proof sheets

Box 50, Folder 3

Catalogue Raisonne (French edition): Revised corrected proof sheets - RL copy

Box 50, Folder 4

Colophon: Composition & corrections & trim information

Box 50, Folder 5

Figures (French edition): Page layouts (pages 1-16)

Box 50, Folder 6

Figures (French edition): Size reductions & printing instructions, pages 1-16

Box 50, Folder 7

Plate size reductions & printing information, pages 1-9

Box 50, Folder 8

Plate size reductions & printing information, pages 20-48

Box 50, Folder 9

Plate layouts (French edition): Page 1-48, except plate 10-11

Box 50, Folder 10

Jacquette (French edition): Photographs & prints

Box 50, Folder 11

Profile: Photo prints

Box 51, Folder 1

Grand deluxe & deluxe box spine label & signature photo

Box 51, Folder 2

Pre-publication prospectus order forms

Box 51, Folder 3

Order requests & correspondence 1958-1963

Box 51, Folder 4

Sales receipts

Box 51, Folder 5

F.H. Neumann: French Book Distributor (Libraries)

Box 51, Folder 6

Italian Trade edition: Production estimates

Box 51, Folder 7

U.S. reissue, paperback edition 1967: Revised texts

Box 51, Folder 8

Droits de Reproduction (Reprinting Permissions) 1964-1974

Box 51, Folder 9

Exhibitions: Miscellaneous correspondence 1959-1963

Box 51, Folder 10

Exhibitions: La Hune correspondence 1959-1960

Box 51, Folder 11

Exhibitions: La Hune Invitations & tracing for poster

Box 51, Folder 12

Exhibitions: I.C.A. correspondence

Box 51, Folder 13

Exhibitions: I.C.A invitations

Box 51, Folder 14

Exhibitions: Sidney Janis correspondence

Box 51, Folder 15

Exhibitions: Sidney Janis invitations 1959

Box 51, Folder 16

Exhibitions: Stockholm correspondence 1959-1960

Box 51, Folder 17

Exhibitions: Stockholm invitations 1960

Box 51, Folder 18

Exhibitions: Kunstgewerbemuseum Zurich correspondence 1959-1964

Box 51, Folder 19

Exhibitions: Kunstgewerbemuseum Zurich catalog 1960

Box 51, Folder 20

Exhibitions: Village Voice announcements

Box 51, Folder 21

Reviews, review copies, correspondence 1957-1960

Box 51, Folder 22

Miscellaneous Exhibition labels & titles

Box 460, Folder 18

Binding correspondence

Box 52, Folder 1

Contract between Wm.Copley & Trianon Fawcus Publications

Box 52, Folder 2

Production estimates & estimated budgets

Box 52, Folder 3

Proofs of color separations (Skira & Fine Art Engravers)

Box 52, Folder 4

Ink proofs (Skira)

Box 52, Folder 5

Photograph production information

Box 52, Folder 6

Page layouts & paste-ups (French edition)

Box 52, Folder 7

Paste-up pf page 110-121 & alternative page 16

Box 52, Folder 8

Frontispiece color trials

Box 52, Folder 9

Erratum Musical layout

Box 52, Folder 10

Bibliographie corrected proofs, Trianon Press set: Corrections by Robert Lebel

Box 52, Folder 11

Bibliographie & Index taquets

Box 52, Folder 12

Text (French edition): Proofs with corrections

Box 52, Folder 13

Text (French edition): Grand deluxe maquette - incomplete, without illustrations

Box 52, Folder 14

Text (French edition): Deluxe maquette - incomplete, without illustrations

Box 53, Folder 1

Trade (French edition): Complete text, plates, figures, end sheets

Box 53, Folder 2

Text (English edition): Proofs, Translated by G.H. Hamilton

Box 53, Folder 3

Reduced size ozalids (plates)

Box 53, Folder 4

Trade edition: 1 complete set illustrations without tipped on plates

Box 53, Folder 5

Deluxe edition (French edition): Proofs of Illustrations

Box 53, Folder 6

Prospectuses (French edition): Pre-publication Trianon - Text, proofs, samples

Box 53, Folder 7

Prospectuses (English edition): Pre-publication Trianon - Text, proofs, samples (edited)

Box 53, Folder 8

Prospectuses (English edition): Text copy & samples

Box 53, Folder 9

Prospectuses (U.S. edition) Grove Press: Proofs, samples

Box 53, Folder 10

Prospectuses (French edition): Samples

Box 53, Folder 11

Proofs of jacket cuts

Box 53, Folder 12

Prospectus & jacket (Italian edition - Schwartz): Samples

Box 53, Folder 13

Jacket (French edition): Text & samples

Box 53, Folder 14

Jacket (English & U.S. edition): Text & samples

Box 53, Folder 15

Mailing lists & sales sheets

Box 53, Folder 16

Stencils for box plate, ribbon & magnets (Grand deluxe, deluxe editions)

Box 39

Illustrations (French trade edition): Proof sheets, 16 pages up

Box 39

Illustration Triage sheets (French edition): Layout page & trim lines

Box 39

Illustration (French edition deluxe) proof sheets: 8 pages up

Box 39

Illustrations (French edition deluxe) Triage sheets

Box 39

Text (French edition grand deluxe) Proof sheets without corrections

Box 39

Coffee Grinder Trial sheets

Box 39

Fluttering Heart plate 122: Color separations

Box 39

End sheet samples: 4 sheets

Box 39

Binding paper color samples

Box 39

Box lining papers

Box 39

Jackets (French/English/U.S./Italian), Triage sheets

Box 39

Jackets(U.S. edition) Grove Press Layout

Map-Case H-13, Folder 1

Poster: La Hune, signed "Marcel Dechiravit" 1959

Physical Description: 2 posters
Map-Case H-13, Folder 2

Unknown poster decomps.

Box 56

Coffee Grinder Guides & Stencils

Box 57

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 9 maquettes
Box 58

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 9 maquettes
Box 59

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 9 maquettes
Box 60

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 9 maquettes
Box 61

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 2 maquettes
Box 62

Book maquettes

Physical Description: 2 maquettes
Box 63

Photographs and negatives (4x5)

Box 64

Photographs and negatives (5x7)

Box 65

Photographs (8x10)

Box 8

Photographs (11x14)

Box 8

Negatives (11x14)

Box 66

Glass plates

Physical Description: 6 plates total, 3 are broken
Box 67

Publicity: English, French, U.S., Swedish Press clippings

Box 28

Monotype - 2 styles Bodini/Grotesque 14pt/10-12pt

Scope and Contents

Includes type blocks for introductory text from French edition of Lebel's Sur Marcel Duchamp. Blocks have disassembled into loose pieces of type.
Box 68

2 engraving blocks "Marcel dechiravit pour..." silhouette

Box 128

2 engraving blocks - Montage for inside jacket & prospectus

Box 54

3 engraving blocks - Signatures (1 handwritten for prospectus, 1 type full name, 1 type first name)

Box 128

4 engraving blocks - Photographs (1 Duchamp Fig.44, 1 Duchamp at work table, 1 portrait Lebel, 1 "Nude Descending, #1 newspaper quality)

Box 54

2 engravings - "Fluttering heart" (not mounted 1 red, 1 blue)

Box 54

4 engravings - "Coffee Grinder" - colors separate

Box 126

4 engravings - "Nu Descendant #2" - colors separate

Box 128

4 engravings - "Grande Verre" - colors separate

Box 71

4 engravings - "Moules maliques" - colors separate

Box 68

4 engravings - "Joueurs d'Echecs" - color separate

Box 96

Negatives (8x10)

Box 69

Photographs

Box 39

Jackets (U.S. edition)

Box 39

Color plates: Ink Trials

 

The marriage of heaven and hell I-Q-1 1960

Physical Description: 8 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Work published: 1960
Distributors: Collins
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 526 copies
Publication date of editions: November 21, 1960
Prospectus information: "26 copies numbered A to Z reserved for private distribution. 240 copies numbered 1 to 240 for the United Kingdom. 240 copies numbered 241 to 480 for the United States. (Bound in dark-green quarter leather with Cockerell paper sides) 20 copies numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-coloured pages showing progressive stages in the colouring of a single plate, collotype proofs, and one of the original guide sheets and stencils used in making the facsimile. (Bound in full leather, with slip case)"
Box 362, Folder 4

Correspondence and invoices

Box 362, Folder 5

Bidault Notes

Box 362, Folder 6

Paper calculations

Box 362, Folder 7

Dummy, illustration paperback maquette

Box 362, Folder 8

Full hardback maquette

Box 362, Folder 9

Prospectuses, jacket, jacket proof, proof of illustration text, and letter from Arnold Fawcus

Physical Description: 18 copies, 4 different images
Box 442

Title design, Keynes corrected typescript, and corrected proofs

Box 411

Offset reprint 1975 invoices

Box 460, Folder 19

Prospectus: Samples, correspondence, proofs, negatives

Box 460, Folder 20-21

Maquettes

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 460, Folder 22

Paste-ups, proofs, maquette

Box 247

Maquette

Box 247

Proofs

Box 248

Guides, stencils, decomps: plates 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27

Box 339

Guides, stencils, decomps: plates 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

Box 154

Guides, stencils, decomps: plates 2, 3, 4, 6

 

Anibib and Omandumba I-R-1 1960

Physical Description: 8 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by Abbé Henri Breuil. Part of Rock Paintings of Southern Africa series.

Project History

Participants: Breuil, Boyle, Scherz, Strey
Work published: 1960
Distributors: Collins
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 1,146 copies
Prospectus information: "1,000 unnumbered copies, bound in cloth. 30 copies, numbered I to XXX, printed on pure rag paper made by hand at the Moulin…, and signed; full leather binding 90 copies, numbered 1 to 90, printed on Arches pure rag mould-made paper and signed… ; quarter leather binding. 26 copies, numbered A to Z, signed …, and reserved for the CGF, the Abbé Breuil and the Trianon Press/ The original colour copies are reproduced by collotype and stencil in 80 plates, including 2 double pages; these are documented by 55 photographs reproduced in monochrome collotype, including 3 double pages. Sites discovered in Omandumba West since the Abbé's last visit are represented by an additional 17 photographs."
Box 461, Folder 1

Printing, transport, and sales notes

Box 461, Folder 2

Breuil handwritten pages for text, notes, correspondence, typescripts

Box 461, Folder 3

Typescripts approved for publication by Department of Education, Arts & Sciences in Pretoria

Box 461, Folder 4

Corrected typescripts

Box 461, Folder 5

Corrected typescripts: Description of the plates

Box 461, Folder 6

Corrected typescripts

Box 442

Proofs: Text

Box 442

Prospectuses

Physical Description: 10 pieces, 4 different versions
Box 460, Folder 23

Correspondence

Box 460, Folder 24

Proofs: Plate numbers

Box 460, Folder 25

French text

Box 460, Folder 26

Prospectus design and proofs

Box 223

Tracings

Box 249

Jacket copy, designs, paste-ups

Box 249

Spare plates with design notes and queries

Box 250

Guides and stencils

Box 235

Bon à tirer sheets

Box 251

Printing block for front cover and spine

Box 251

Printing block for back cover

Box 251

Plate layouts annotated for pochoir

Box 251

Photo paste-ups

Box 251

Spare photographs of plates

Box 480

Glass plate negatives

 

Gislebertus, sculptor of Autun I-S-1 1961

Physical Description: 45 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Denis Grivot and George Zarnecki. English, French, American and German trade editions.
Box 102

Correspondence: Dr. George Zarnecki

Box 102

Correspondence: Abbe Grivot

Box 102

Correspondence: Deschamps & Fournier

Box 102

Correspondence: Dr. T.S.R. Boase-Preface (English edition)

Box 102

Correspondence: R. Ousel-Text (French edition)

Box 102

Correspondence: Colette Gerdil (Translator)

Box 102

Correspondence: Miscellaneous Translators

Box 102

Correspondence: Foreign Editors

Box 102

Correspondence: Limes Verlag (German edition)

Box 102

Correspondence: Repro. Rights-France & Europe (Includes Wisemen)

Box 102

Correspondence: Reproduction Rights - UK (Includes Wisemen)

Box 102

Correspondence: Reproduction Rights - U.S.A. (Includes Wisemen)

Box 102

Correspondence: 1960 "Fifty Books of the Year" List

Box 103

Correspondence: Inquiries & Orders (A-Z)

Box 103

Correspondence: Inquiries & Orders 1960-1966

Box 103

Production correspondence: Gerard Franceschi (Photographs)

Box 103

Ben Herb (Photographs)

Box 103

Pierre Kill (Photographs)

Box 103

Paper Estimates & samples

Box 103

Printing Estimates & samples

Box 103

Photogravure/Heliogravure Estimates

Box 103

Binding Estimates, 1st & 2nd editions

Box 103

Arnold Fawcus Production Notes

Box 103

Prelim. French typescript (pages 1-20 replaced by new text)

Box 103

Early typescripts (French & English): Grivot & Oursel

Box 103

Deschamps preface (French edition)

Box 103

Peter the Venerable articles & translation

Box 103

Text: Description of Capitals

Box 103

Text: Typescripts (French edition): 1st corrected pages

Box 104

Text: Typescripts (French edition): Corrected by Grivot

Box 104

Text: Typescripts (French edition): Corrected by Grivot & Grodecki

Box 104

Text: Preliminary Bibliography (French edition)

Box 335, Folder 1

Text: Corrected typescripts (English edition)

Box 104

Text: Index - corrected typescript (English edition)

Box 104

Text: Corrected galley proofs (German edition)

Box 104

Illustrations: Preliminary layout & paste-up sheets

Box 104

Jacket: Text (U.S. - Orion Press)

Box 104

Prospectus: Abbe Grivot Presentation Card (French edition)

Box 104

Text typescript (English edition - Collins)

Box 105

2nd (French): Correspondence

Box 105

2nd (French): Production Notes

Box 105

2nd (French): Text additions

Box 105

2nd (French): Text - Other contributors

Box 105

2nd (French): Index corrections, etc.

Box 105

Gravures Disponibles: Correspondence & print lists

Box 105

Production Notes & correspondence

Box 105

Paper orders & correspondence

Box 105

Legend proofs with corrections

Box 105

Text proofs with corrections

Box 105

Orders (Grivot)

Box 105

Inventory Lists

Box 105

Poster Inventory Accounts

Box 105

Postcard Inventory Accounts

Box 105

Accounting sheets, payment records

Box 105

Superseded sales & accounting papers (Grivot)

Box 106

Trans.: Wingate & Johnston Ltd. - General correspondence

Box 106

Wingate & Johnston re-importation correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: Correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: Press Clippings (England, Scotland, France, U.S.)

Box 106

Publicity: Press/Review copies correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: Press/Review copies distribution lists

Box 106

Publicity: French Press releases, texts with corrections, etc.

Box 106

Publicity: English Promotion correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: English press releases

Box 106

Publicity: English publicity sheets (3 samples)

Box 106

Publicity: Collins Autumn 1961 Cat.Announcement

Box 106

Publicity: BBC TV Monitor Program correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: BBC TV Monitor Program scripts

Box 106

Publicity: U.S. press correspondence

Box 106

Publicity: U.S. press releases, broadcast schedules,etc.

Box 106

Publicity: German TV program correspondence & scripts

Box 107

Exhibits: General correspondence

Box 107

Exhibits: General production notes

Box 107

Exhibits: General Costs

Box 107

Exhibits: Transportation correspondence

Box 107

Exhibits: Monsieur Berque-Verification Depot Legal

Box 107

Exhibits: Panel lists (U.S & Europe) & production notes

Box 107

Exhibits: Panel Sales (Society Lumiere & Roc)

Box 107

Exhibits: 1961 handbook production materials & samples

Box 107

Exhibits: French handouts (3 samples)

Box 107

Exhibits: Miscellaneous French captions

Box 107

Exhibits: Layout - Trianon offices 1961 exhibit material

Box 107

Exhibits: Musée des Monuments Français exhibit correspondence

Box 107

Exhibits: Musée des Monuments Français exhibit repayment correspondence

Box 107

Exhibits: Monuments Français invitation lists & press copies

Box 107

Exhibits: Monuments Français opening invitation production notes & samples

Box 108

Exhibits: Autun Exhibit correspondence

Box 108

Exhibits: Autun Exhibit Sale sheets, costs, etc.

Box 108

Exhibits: Autun Exhibit Invitations production notes & samples

Box 108

Exhibits: Musée de Lille Exhibit correspondence, sales stock, etc.

Box 108

Exhibits: Musée de Lille exhibit invitations production notes & samples

Box 108

Exhibits: Musée de Annecy Exhibit correspondence, plans, notes.

Box 108

Exhibits: Dijon exhibit correspondence

Box 108

Exhibits: England exhibit correspondence

Box 108

Exhibits: Lady Parker/St. John's Westminster correspondence

Box 108

Exhibits: Bulmer/Thomas correspondence (Friends of St. John's)

Box 108

Exhibits: Friends of St. John's miscellaneous papers

Box 108

Exhibits: Gulbenkian Foundation correspondence

Box 108

Exhibits: Miscellaneous English captions

Box 109

Exhibits: Geneve exhibit correspondence, notes, plans

Box 109

Exhibits: Spain exhibit correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: Brussels exhibit correspondence (Musée de Ixelles)

Box 109

Exhibits: Cologne exhibit correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: Munich exhibit correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: U.S. exhibits - French Government correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: U.S. exhibits - French subsidy correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: De Young, San Francisco exhibit correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: De Young, San Francisco exhibit plans

Box 109

Exhibits: De Young, San Francisco exhibit sales

Box 109

Exhibits: Edouard Morot-Sir correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: American Federation of Arts correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: American Federation of Arts tour (1962-65) correspondence

Box 109

Exhibits: Costs for U.S.

Box 109

Exhibits: General Print sales U.S.

Box 109

Exhibits: Sales U.S.

Box 109

Christmas cards, Orion & Beebe - paste-ups & samples

Box 335, Folder 2

Postcards

Box 335, Folder 3

English flyers, production notes

Box 216

Notes, photographs, proofs

Box 110

Production Notes: General

Box 110

Capitals, coordination notes, postcards

Box 110

Stock Accounts

Box 110

Text: Typescript, 1st corrected copies (French edition)

Box 110

Chapter/page numbering trials

Box 110

Title page & spine paste-ups & trials

Box 110

Correspondence & typescript corrections (English edition)

Box 110

Typescript with corrections (English edition)

Box 110

Title page variations (Orion & Collins)

Box 110

Miscellaneous Deluxe pages (English edition)

Box 110

Illustrations: Production & Information notes

Box 110

Illustrations: Early drafts, order/numbering

Box 110

Illustrations: Instructions to Printers

Box 111

Illustrations: Ozalid Layout sheets for extra pages - Trianon Press set

Box 111

Illustrations: Ozalid proofs with corrections

Box 111

Illustrations: Print proofs with corrections

Box 111

Illustrations: Good proofs (1st & 2nd forme)

Box 111

Illustrations: Rejected Proofs

Box 111

Illustrations: Photo paste-ups & layouts with corrections - pt.A

Box 111

Illustrations: Photo paste-ups & layouts with corrections - pt.B

Box 112

Illustrations: Photo paste-ups - Tympanum, Zodiac

Box 112

Illustrations: Miscellaneous paste-ups (Figures)

Box 112

Illustrations: Prints of 16 additional plates

Box 112

Illustrations: German edition (1965) - Legends

Box 112

Illustrations: Text & Illustrations: Page Inventory (French & English edition) 1962 December 4

Box 112

Illustrations: Page Inventory (English edition) 1969 December 2

Box 112

Illustrations: Maquette (French edition 1960)

Box 112

Illustrations: Maquette (English edition 1961, Collins) complete trade

Box 113

Jacket: Text (French edition) Typescript, corrected proofs

Box 113

Text (French edition) Final Proofs

Box 113

Text (U.S. & English edition) typescripts & proofs

Box 113

Text (German edition 1965) proofs

Box 113

2nd edition (French 1965): Production notes, cost estimates

Box 113

Typescript additions & corrections (incomplete)

Box 113

Text: 1st edition copy with add. & corrections

Box 113

Text: Galley proofs with corrections

Box 113

Text: Corrected text pages (incomplete)

Box 113

Text: Final page proofs with corrections

Box 113

Legends: Typescripts, proofs, etc.

Box 113

Endpapers & colophon proofs

Box 114

2nd edition (French 1965): Maquette

Box 114

Cutting maquette

Box 114

Corrected 1961 English edition

Box 114

Jacket text proofs & paste-ups

Box 114

Jacket final proofs & bon à tirer sheets

Box 114

Prospectus: Corrected proofs

Box 114

Trans.: General correspondence

Box 114

Wingate & Johnston: De Young, San Francisco exhibit

Box 115

Publicity: Press Clippings (French & English)

Box 115

Press Clippings Album (U.S.)

Box 115

Miscellaneous Press Clippings (xeroxed copies)

Box 115

Collage samples

Box 115

French flyers (Trianon) samples

Box 115

English flyers (no text) samples

Box 115

English flyer (Collins) corrections copy & samples

Box 115

English flyer (Zwemmer) samples

Box 115

U.S. flyer (American Federation of Arts) paste-ups with corrections & samples

Box 115

French production materials

Box 115

Musée de Dijon, 1961 catalogue production materials

Box 115

Gravures Disponibles Sales Records

Box 115

French captions, texts, maps, etc.

Box 116

Photographs: D 4 - Exhibit-AFA Tour-Tweed Gallery

Box 117

Photographs: Vezelay #72-355, view of town

Box 63

Photographs (4x5)

Box 118

Negatives: Autun, Plate 3-Kings, Vezelay #72-310

Box 119

Photographs: Plate 1-50a

Box 120

Photographs: Plate B - B 29

Box 121

Photographs: Plate B 31 - unnumbered Vezelay & Cluny

Box 122

Negatives: Autun

Box 123

Photographs: Plate 1-52

Box 123

Photographs: Plate A - S

Box 123

Photographs: Plate A - Fig.5

Box 123

Photographs: Plate a - m, I-VI, unnumbered

Box 65

Photographs: Gislebertus: Unnumbered & unidentified

Box 96

Negatives and photographs

Box 69

Glass plates (Autun & Vezelay)

Physical Description: 3 plates
Box 97

Photographs: Plate 1-57, unnumbered

Box 97

Photographs: Plate a - A 1 - D 5

Box 97

Photographs: Plate I - VII

Box 97

Photographs: Plate A - R

Box 8

Photographs: Unidentified plates

Box 8

Photographs: Vezelay

Box 88

Photographs: Plate 2a - 44a

Physical Description: 11x14 to 16x20 prints
Box 88

Photographs: Plate A - R, plate I

Box 88

Photographs: Plate a,b,d, A - D 6, Unnumbered

Box 88

Photographs: Unidentified

Box 124

Photographs: Plate A - R

Box 124

Photographs: Plate a, 1-27

Box 124

Photographs: Unnumbered/unidentified - Vezelay

Box 124

Photographs: Unidentified miscellaneous prints

Map-Case H-13, Folder 5

Photographs, proofs, worked collotype negatives

Box 125

Photographs

Scope and Contents

Enlarged photograph posters. Include photographs of Sleep of Wisdom, Aisle of Cathedral, Devils, Satan, Zodiac, Sleeping Mages, Tympanum detail
Box 457, Box 458

Photograph enlargements for exhibit

Box 127

Photo engravings: Miscellaneous

Box 264

Text: Corrected proofs (French & English)

Box 80

Production correspondence: Engravers, proofs - endpapers, jacket

Box 80

Text: Corrected proofs (English edition) - Zarnecki

Box 80

Text: Corrected proofs & production notes (French edition)

Box 80

Text: Sketches & proofs - Tympanum, capitals, etc.

Box 80

Illustrations: Supplementary plates proofs

Box 80

Gravures Disponibles: Postcards & Samples

Box 129

Illustrations: Miscellaneous Ozalids, unmarked, all sizes

Box 130

Gravures Disponibles: Poster samples, Trianon Press office set, Miscellaneous production notes

Box 130

Sales records

Box 131

Production correspondence: Notes, layouts for animation

Box 131

Illustrations: Diagram sketches with notes-prelim & final

Box 131

Exhibit: French Posters text layouts, paste-ups, etc.

Box 131

Exhibit: Arnold Fawcus sketch of tech. bd. placement - Autun Exhibit

Box 131

Publicity: Miscellaneous Press clippings

Box 55

Text: 2nd edition proof sheets with trim notes

Box 55

Jacket: 2nd edition paste-ups, samples (Collins & Trianon)

Box 55

Publicity: Press clippings, Ccllage layout sheets

Box 55

Exhibits: Miscellaneous Exhibit Posters

Box 55

Gravures Disponibles: Bon à tirer sheets

Box 169

Negatives: Vezelay, Duchamp, Marriage, Europe, A Vision Recaptured

Box 188

Glass: Autun 2.5 x 3.5 plates

Box 188

Glass: 5x7 plates

Scope and Contents

7 plates, one broken
Box 335, Folder 4

Gravures Disponibles stock sheets 1965-1966

Box 335, Folder 5

Gravures Disponibles photographs

Box 335, Folder 6

Postcards: Production notes

Box 335, Folder 7

Christmas cards: Layouts, samples

Box 335, Folder 8

Christmas cards: Production notes

Box 335, Folder 9

Gravures Disponibles - Barbier - orders

Box 335, Folder 10

DeYoung exhibit photographs

Box 335, Folder 11

DeYoung exhibit records

Box 5

Large prints

 

Samuel Palmer's sketchbook, 1824 I-T-2 1962

Physical Description: 10 boxes

Publication Information

Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Keynes, Butlin
Work published: October 1962
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 560 copies
Prospectus information: "Nos. 1 to 50, with the reproduction bound in full dark-brown leather and the commentary in cloth; the two volumes in a matching cloth-covered slip-case. Nos. 51 to 560, with both volumes bound in cloth and presented in a slip-case."
Box 78

Production notes (AF)

Box 78

Correspondence (Martin Butlin)

Box 78

Paper correspondence

Box 78

Photographic correspondence

Box 78

Printing correspondence

Box 78

Printing - corrected proofs

Box 78

Binding (Engels)

Box 78

Binding/Boxes (Mansells & Gubbins)

Box 78

Binder's set of plates

Box 78

Early cloth maquettes

Physical Description: 2 items
Box 85

Leather bound maquettes

Physical Description: 2 items
Box 85

Cloth maquettes

Physical Description: 2 items
Box 85

Title paste-ups, proofs, instructions

Box 85

Title maquettes

Box 85

Slipcase maquettes

Physical Description: 2 items
Box 86, Folder 6

Maquette set (Trade edition-slipcase, text volume & plate volume)

Box 86, Folder 7

Prospectus production notes & samples

Box 86, Folder 8

Reviews, publicity correspondence

Box 86, Folder 9

Crampe's tracings, maquette

Box 86, Folder 10

Production papers 1957-1962

Box 42, Folder 1

Corrected typescripts

Box 42, Folder 2

Cutting guides

Box 96

Negatives (8x10)

Box 88

Miscellaneous contact photographs (16x20)

Box 70

Negatives (16x20)

Box 5

Galley proofs

Box 5

Bon à tirer sheets

Box 5

Plate titles

Box 363, Folder 1

Photographs, notes

Box 69

Negatives

 

Miserere I-C-1 1963

Physical Description: 5 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Georges Rouault. Reissue of 1950 and 1952 editions in slightly different format, in conjunction with L'etoile filante. English and American editions.

Project History

Participants: Fawcus, Bushe, Anthony Blunt (foreword), L'Etoile Filante (French ed.), Bornstein (American ed.), Isabelle Rouault (daughter)
Work published: 1963
Distributors: Trianon Press, publisher; Bornstein, American distributor; Faber & Faber, English distributor; l'Etoile Filante (French Ed. in collaboration with Trianon Press); Editions du Seuil (l'Abbe Morel)
Number of editions: 2
Size of editions: 6000 (Bornstein - 5000 US copies & 1000 UK copies in sheets), 1000 copies for Ireland (l'Etoile Filante)
Publication date of editions: 1963
Colophon information: "Boston Book Art Shop - 1963 American ed. - Preface by the Artist, introduction by Anthony Blunt. This edition in reduced format of the Miserere engravings was produced in 1963 by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France, under the supervision of the artist's daughter, Isabelle Rouault. The book was designed by Arnold Fawcus. The titles were written by the artist and are here reproduced in facsimile. The plates were printed in deep-etched gravure by Victor Michel, Paris, on paper especially manufactured by Haye Descartes to match the original. The letterpress was set in Monotype Plantin, by the Imprimeries Reunies, Chambery, and printed by Darantiere, Dijon. The binding was by Engel, Malakoff. The original Miserere engravings were issued in 1948 by the Etoile Filante, Paris, in a limited edition of 450 copies of which 25 were hors commerce." "L'Etoile Filante aux Editions du Seuil - 1963 French ed. - Preface de l'Artiste, Presentation de l'Abbe Morel. "Cette reproduction en format réduit des planches gravées du Miserere a été exécutée sous la direction de L'Étoile Filante avec la collaboration des Editions Trianon. Les légendes ont ete ecrites par George Rouault en 1951 et sont ici reproduites en fac-similé. Le livre a ete imprime en 1963 par les fils de Victor Michel à Paris pour les planches et par L'Imprimerie Darantière à Dijon pour le texte. L'Édition originale du Miserere limitée à 450 exemplaires dont 25 hors commerce et contenant la série complète des gravures a été publiée par les soins de L'Etoile qui en a assuré la diffusion."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Papeteries de la Haye Descartes; Muller - paper for jacket Aussedat 125 gm2 offset - text & illustrations - 18 pages text - 59-62 illustrations - 20.c x 27 cm cut size
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Imprimerie Reunies, Monotype Plantin - 7000 copies, English & French for text (16 pages), jacket and prospectus; Etoile Filante -1000 copies for Ireland Photography Supplier, Description & Use: Victor Michel, Atelier Photogravure, Bussiere Heliogravures, Jacket & titles Genin Feres
Illustrations Supplier, Description & Use: Victor Michel Heliograuvres in black, deep-etched gravure, one side of sheet only: Frontispiece & 58 plates - 18 unfinished and finished states, 16 pages of text - 8 x 10 1/2in. - Black & white illustrated jacket
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Engel, Malakoff - Thermoplastic binding (French & English ed.), rust cloth with gold stamping down the spine. Book jacket for each edition.
Prospectus Variations & Description: 1. American ed. for Bornstein with Boston imprint large and Trianon imprint small - 9500 prospectuses plus 5000 books & 5350 jackets to Boston. 2. English edition to have Boston imprint & Trianon imprint the same size but Trianon in predominance - 1200 jackets for English ed.
Box 6

Estimates

Box 6

Transport documents

Box 6

I. Rouault correspondence

Box 6

Boston Book & Art Shop (Borenstein)

Box 460, Folder 1

Boston Book & Art Shop (Borenstein)

Box 6

Distribution & sales

Box 6

Reprint correspondence

Box 6

Paper: Production notes & samples

Box 6

Paper: Correspondence & orders

Box 6

Printing correspondence

Box 6

Photographic work

Box 6

Binding correspondence

Box 6

Production notes, estimates & cost breakdowns

Box 6

Title page (English): Layouts & paste-ups

Box 6

Text typescript (English): Layouts & dummies

Box 6

Text (English): Proofs & taquet

Box 6

Title page (French): Layouts & proofs

Box 6

Text typescript (French): Layouts & paste-ups

Box 6

Text (French) Proofs & taquet

Box 6

Plate titles: Layouts, proofs, page numbers

Box 7

Miscellaneous Illustration overs

Box 7

Engel: (U.S. edition) prospectus & jacket correspondence

Box 7

Prospectus production materials (U.S. edition)

Box 7

Prospectus samples: U.S. edition only

Box 7

Maquettes

Box 460, Folder 2

Letter from Andre Malraux 1954

Box 2, Folder 3

Paper samples with printing trials

Box 2, Folder 4

Jacket text proofs

Box 2, Folder 5

Jacket (U.S.) layout, trials

Box 2, Folder 6

Jacket (U.S.) samples

Box 2, Folder 7

Financial charts

Box 3

3 paste-up boards with plate titles

Box 65

Miscellaneous photographs & negatives

Box 2, Folder 8

Miscellaneous photo prints (ozalids)

 

America, a prophecy I-T-1 1963

Physical Description: 10 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Work published: 1963
Distributors: Bernard Quaritch Ltd. (London)
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 500
Publication date of editions: 1963
Prospectus information: "20 copies numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages in the stencil work, colour collotype proofs and an original guide sheet and stencil. (Bound in full dark-blue leather, in matching slipcase.) 480 copies numbered 1 to 480. (Bound in quarter dark-blue leather with hand-marbled paper sides, in matching slipcase.)"
Box 78

Production information

Box 78

Paper orders

Box 78

Printing: Composition

Box 78

Title page & text typescripts with corrections

Box 78

Illustrations: Production notes

Box 78

Binding & box: Production correspondence

Box 78

Binding: Spine title

Box 78

Prospectus: Typescripts, production correspondence

Box 78

Prospectus: Paste-ups with corrections & samples

Box 78

Sales

Box 79

Page design with watermark locations, size, etc.

Box 79

Text: Paste-ups & layouts with corrections, proofs

Box 79

Illustrations: Office (working set)

Box 79

Frontispiece: Color Decomps

Box 79

Title page: Collotype & color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 1 "Preludium": Color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 2: Color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 3: Color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 4: Collotype & Color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 5: Color Decomps

Box 79

Plate 6: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 7: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 8: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 9: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 10: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 11: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 12: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 13: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 14: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 15: Color Decomps

Box 80

Plate 16: Color Decomps

Box 81

Frontispiece: Guides

Box 81

Frontispiece: Stencils

Box 81

Plate 1: Guides

Box 81

Plate 1: Stencils

Box 81

Plate 2: Guides

Box 81

Plate 2: Stencils

Box 81

Plate 3: Guides

Box 81

Plate 3: Stencils

Box 81

Plate 4: Guides

Box 81

Plate 4: Stencils

Box 82

Plate 5: Guides

Box 82

Plate 5: Stencils

Box 82

Plate 6: Guides

Box 82

Plate 6: Stencils

Box 82

Plate 7: Guides

Box 82

Plate 8: Guides

Box 82

Plate 8: Stencils

Box 82

Plate 9: Guides

Box 82

Plate 9: Stencils

Box 82

Plate 10: Guides

Box 82

Plate 10: Stencils

Box 83

Plate 11: Guides

Box 83

Plate 11: Stencils

Box 83

Plate 12: Guides

Box 83

Plate 12: Stencils

Box 83

Plate 14: Guides

Box 83

Plate 14: Stencils

Box 83

Plate 15: Guides

Box 83

Plate 15: Stencils

Box 83

Plate 16: Guides

Box 83

Plate 16: Stencils

Box 5

Bon à tirer sheets

Box 84

Book Boxes (4 total)

Box 70

Negatives

Box 252

Plate 15 overs

 

William Blake, poet, printer, prophet I-U-1 1964

Physical Description: 7 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Geoffrey Keynes. Commemorative catalogue for the Blake Trust exhibition. English, American, and German editions.

Project History

Participants: Keynes
Work published: November 1964
Distributors: Bernard Quaritch Ltd. (London)
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 525 copies
Prospectus information: "The first twenty-five are special collectors' copies, bound in full leather with a matching slipcase, which contain proof material from the printing of the plates. Five hundred copies numbered 26 to 525 are bound in quarter leather, with hand-marbled paper sides and a matching slipcase. 9 x 12 in. 104 pages; 59 color plates."
Box 460, Folder 27

Orders 1972

Box 460, Folder 28

Maquette - offset

Box 460, Folder 29

Uncorrected proof

Box 460, Folder 30

Cutting guides

Box 468, Folder 1

Maquette and sample case binding

Box 468, Folder 2

Correspondence

Box 468, Folder 3

Illustration paste-ups, cutting guide, text proof

Box 468, Folder 4

French edition typescripts

Box 468, Folder 5

Prospectus typescripts, proofs

Box 468, Folder 6

Proofs

Box 468, Folder 7

Paste-ups and designs

Box 468, Folder 8

Typescript drafts - Geoffrey Keynes and Lessing Rosenwald

Box 468, Folder 9

Production notes, invoices

Box 468, Folder 10

Paste-ups, maquettes

Box 468, Folder 11

Bound proof

Box 468, Folder 12

Planning documents and estimates

Box 468, Folder 13

Correspondence on production and bindery errors

Box 468, Folder 14

Prospectuses (Orion and Trianon) and additional plates

Box 468, Folder 15

Proofs, paste-ups

Box 468, Folder 16

Planning documents and estimates

Box 253

Illustration color separations

Box 216

Jacket and prospectus designs

Box 411

Jacket proofs

Box 411

Text and illustration proofs

Box 253

Paste-ups and marked prints

Box 463

Dummies: Various stages

Physical Description: six pieces
Box 463

Assemblage

Box 246

Jacket paste-up (Orion edition)

 

The story of the wise men I-V-1 1964

Physical Description: 4 boxes

Publication Information

Text by Régine Pernoud and Denis Grivot. English, French, American, and German editions.
Box 5

Book jackets

Box 471, Folder 1

Empty bindings

Box 471, Folder 2-3

Dummies

Box 471, Folder 4

Paste-up dummy

Box 471, Folder 5-6

Brass plates for jackets

Box 471, Folder 7

Typescripts

Box 471, Folder 8

Publicity

Box 471, Folder 9

Jacket lettering, blurb, typescript, correspondence

Box 471, Folder 10

French texts: Typescripts and notes

Box 471, Folder 11

Correspondence

Box 471, Folder 12

Loose pages with letter

Box 471, Folder 13-15

Paste-ups and dummies

Box 471, Folder 16

Typescripts, proofs, notes: French text

Box 471, Folder 17

Typescripts, proofs: English text

Box 471, Folder 18

Paste-ups, proofs: English text and titles

Box 471, Folder 19

Typescripts, notes: English text

Box 362, Folder 10

Jacket lettering, paste-ups, ozalids

Box 362, Folder 11

Estimates, factures, correspondence, paper

Box 362, Folder 12

Printing, binding, jackets

Box 362, Folder 13

Endpapers

Box 338

Layouts, cutting guides, jacket proofs

 

The book of Thel I-W-1 1965

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Fawcus, Mary Laing, Geoffrey Keynes, L.J. Rosenwald, Library of Congress
Work published: October 1965
Distributors: Quaritch
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 400 for sale - 426 total copies
Prospectus information: "...The edition is limited to 400 copies for sale. 20 copies are numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-colored plates showing progressive stages in the coloring of a single page, color collotype proofs and an original guide sheet and stencil: Bound in full morocco with a leather -edged slipcase covered in hand-marbled paper. 380 copies numbered 1 to 380, bound in quarter brown morocco, with hand-marbled paper sides and a matching slipcase.. Publication date: October 1965"
Colophon information: "The publication of this facsimile of William Blake's THE BOOK OF THEL was made possible by the generosity of Mr. Lessing J. Rosenwald and the Library of Congress, U.S.A., who lent the original volume from the Rosenwald Collection. The edition consists of 426 copies printed on Arches pure rag paper made to match the paper used by Blake. Each page is watermarked with Blake's monogram. 20 copies, numbered I to XX, each containing 1 set of hand-colored plates showing progressive stages in the stencil work, color collotype proofs and an original guide sheet. 380 copies, numbered 1 to 380. 26 copies, numbered A to Z reserved for Mr. Lessing J. Rosenwald , the Library of Congress, the Trustees of the WB Trust and the Publishers. The illuminated pages were reproduced in Paris by Trianon Press (France) in the workshops of MM. Hourdebaigt and Crampe by the collotype and stencil process. The editorial matter was printed by the Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon and the binding was by Engel, Malakoff. The book was produced and published under the supervision of Mr. Arnold Fawcus, by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France, and is distributed throughout the world by Bernard Quaritch, Ltd. 11 Grafton St., London W.I."

Production Information

Paper Description & Use: Arches, 200 gm2, pure rag specially watermarked with "WB". Printed 6 up - Page size = 11" x 8 3/4" - (All the paper for the project was bought in one batch for THEL, MILTON & AHANIA. See I-AA for additional information.); Ingres D'Arjomari - Rose - interior paper for boxes; Duval - printing marbled paper for covers, binding & box
Type Supplier: Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon
Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: Hourdebaigt and Crampe. Collotype in two colors (red brown and blue) - Hourdebaigt printed 1 forme (6 subjects of THEL) including prospectus, plus 2 plates of THEL with MILTON frame
Pochoir Supplier, Description & Use: Crampe. Color stencil work on collotype plates - 16 negatives for collotype, 2 each for 8 plates.
Photography Supplier, Description & Use: Chevojan & Hourdebaigt and Crampe. Negatives of original pages for collotype printing. One negative for each color.
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Engel, Malakoff. 20 copies bound in full morocco with leather-edged slipcase covered in hand-marbled paper. 380 copies bound in quarter brown morocco with hand-marbled paper sides and matching slipcase.
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Adine. Deluxe boxes - Clam-shell box, bound with brown leather spine, marbled paper sides, gold stamping on spine - for A - Z copies; Engel, Ordinary ed. - 400 slipcases, bound with leather edges, hand-marbled paper sides for copies I-XX, 1-380.
Box 41

Production Notes

Box 41

Distribution correspondence: Quaritch Ltd.

Box 41

Printing correspondence: Darantiere

Box 41

Binding correspondence: Engel, Adine

Box 41

Text: Typescripts with corrections

Box 41

Text: Proofs with corrections

Box 41

Text: Printed sample

Box 41

Collotype Decomps (all parts)

Box 41

Color Decomps, plate 1 (Incomplete)

Box 41

Color Decomps, plate 7 (Incomplete)

Box 41

Guides, plate 7

Box 41

Stencils, plate 7

Box 41

Miscellaneous Colored plates

Box 41

Binding: Spine titling proofs

Box 41

Prospectus: Typescript & paste-up

Box 41

Prospectus: Proofs & samples

Box 5

Printing layout sheets-text & illustration

Box 98

Slipcase & bookbox samples

 

Through the troposcope I-X-1 1965

Physical Description: 7 boxes

Publication Information

Watercolors by Peter Kendall Bushe. Limited edition by Trianon Press.

Project History

Participants: Peter Kendall Bushe (AF partner & artist), Usana Weinberg (PKB Mother), Fawcus, Mary Laing, Martin Butlin (English Introduction), Joel Moulin (Letter - French & English ed.)
Work published: 1966
Distributors: Quaritch
Number of editions: 2 (English and French)
Size of editions: 112 English, 114 French
Publication date of editions: Spring 1966
Prospectus information: "English ed. – 112: 10 copies #I - X , Deluxe fg; 90 copies #1 - 90 Ordinary; 12 copies #A - Z series, hors commerce. French Ed. – 114: 10 copies # I - X, Deluxe; 90 copies #1 - 90, Ordinary; 14 copies #A - Z series, Hors commerce"
Colophon information: "The first edition of THROUGH THE TROPOSCOPE is limited to 112 copies printed on Arches Aquarelle pure rag paper. 10 copies, #I-X, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates showing progressive stages in the stencil work, colour collotype proofs, and an original guide-sheet and stencil. The book is presented in a full leather portfolio and the additional material in a cloth-covered folder, both in a handmade leather-backed box. 90 copies, #1 - 90 are presented in a cloth folder with slipcase covered in handmade paper. 112 copies, numbered in the series A to Z, hors commerce. The artist's water-colours have been reproduced in facsimile by collotype and hand-stencil process in the workshops of MM.Hourdebaigt & Crampe, Paris. The text was set in Monotype Bembo and printed by the Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon. The hand-marbled paper used in the presentation of the book was made by Duval and the box & portfolio by Adine, both of Paris. The assembly of the volume was by Engel, Malakoff. The book was designed by Arnold Fawcus and produced & published in France by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura and 125 avenue du Maine, Paris."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Duval; Arjomari. Hand-marbled paper for boxes, portfolios; Arches Aquarelle pure rag paper for text and plates
Type Supplier, Description & Use: Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon. Monotype Bembo - text
Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: Hourdebaigt & Crampe, Paris. 12 watercolors reproduced in facsimile, 14 formes, sketchbooks and drawings, retouched negatives
Pochoir Supplier, Description & Use: Crampe, Paris. 12 watercolors reproduced in facsimile
Photography Supplier, Description & Use: Chevajon, Francois; Francas Freres. Negatives for collotypes; Negatives & proofs for collotypes
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Adine, Paris; Engel, Malakoff. Boxes & portfolios; Assembly of volumes
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Adine, Paris. Boxes & portfolios
Prospectus Variations & Description: English and French versions - same format Quaritch did a mailing of 500 prospectuses to Blake purchasers.
Box 41

Correspondence

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence from Butlin to M. Laing & Arnold Fawcus
Box 41

Preliminary text material (French & English): Manuscript & corrected proofs

Box 41

Joel Moulin letter (French & English): Manuscript

Box 41

Joel Moulin's letter (French): Corrected proofs

Box 41

M. Butlin's (English) "Forward": Manuscript

Box 41

M. Butlin's (English) "Forward": Corrected proofs

Box 41

M. Butlin's (French) "Avant Propos (Forward)": Manuscript

Box 41

M. Butlin's (French) "Avant Propos (Forward)": Corrected proofs

Box 41

Production correspondence & information

Scope and Contents

Includes Designs in Black & White III-I
Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Weinberg Acct.

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Arjomari (paper) & Duval (marbled papers)

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Imprimerie Darantiere (Composition & printing)

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Crampe & Hourdebaigt (Collotype & pochoir)

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Engel (Binding)

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Adine (Boxes, chemises, slipcases)

Box 41

Production correspondence & estimates: Franco-Britannique (Transport/Import)

Box 41

Type: Three titles (negatives)

Box 42, Folder 3

Paste-up materials: Type styles, sizes, layouts

Box 42, Folder 4

Paste-up materials: Title page, text & final text placement

Box 42, Folder 5

Illustration size samples

Box 42, Folder 6

Stenciler information & trial sheets

Box 42, Folder 7

One complete set of Illustrations, plate 1-12 (all slightly damaged)

Box 42, Folder 8

Prospectus: Text paste-ups & Corrections

Box 42, Folder 9

Prospectus samples: 1 without illustration, 1 with illustration #2

Box 43

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 1 & Guide sheet & Stencil, plate 1

Box 43

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 2 & Guide sheet & Stencil, plate 2

Box 43

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 3 & Guide sheet & Stencil, plate 3

Box 43

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 5 & Guide sheet & Stencil, plate 5

Box 43

Collotype & Color Decomps, plate 6 & Guide sheet & Stencil, plate 6

Box 44

Collotype Decomps & Guides & Stencils, plate 7

Box 44

Collotype Decomps & Guides & Stencils, plate 8

Box 44

Collotype Decomps & Guides & Stencils, plate 10

Box 44

Collotype Decomps & Guides & Stencils, plate 11

Box 44

Collotype Decomps & Guides & Stencils, plate 12

Box 45

Maquette (French): Paste-up of text, size difference, without illustrations

Box 45

Maquette (French): Complete, printed text with illustrations

Box 45

Maquette (English): Complete, printed text with illustrations

Box 45

Cover samples (English): 1 printed, 1 unprinted

Box 47

Deluxe book box (English): Sample

Scope and Contents

Sample is worn and damaged
Box 46

Deluxe book box

 

The Haggadah for Passover I-Y-1 1965, 1966

Physical Description: 23 boxes

Publication Information

Illustrated by Ben Shahn. American and English trade editions, 1965; limited edition by Trianon Press, 1966.

Project History

Participants: Shahn, Kayser, Roth
Work published: 1965, 1966
Number of editions: 2 (grand luxe Trianon and photo-lithography Little, Brown and Company)
Size of editions: First – 292 numbered copies, of which 18 are hors commerce
Prospectus information: "The principal edition consists of 228 copies numbered 1 to 228, printed on pure rag Arches Vergé paper especially manufactured to math the artist's original plates. All contain the signed frontispiece. There are three special editions for collectors and museums, each with an extra set of the color plates for display purposes, as well as proof material from the making of the book. These copies are presented as two volumes in a single box. 10 copies numbered A to J, each containing one of Ben Shahn's original illustrations of 'An Only Kid', are printed on Auvergne hand-made pure rag paper. They include two extra sets of the coleuroipor plates, one on Japanese Nacré hand-made paper and the other on Arches Grand Vélin; one set of the plates left uncolored, on semi-translucent Japanese paper; a series of progressives showing the stages in the hand-stencil coloring of a single plate, together with three of the original guide-sheets and stencils; and two proof states of the lithograph frontispiece. 16 copies numbered K to Z are printed on Arches Grand Vélin pure rag paper. They include an extra set of the color plates on Auvergne hand-made paper; a set of plates left uncolored, on semi-translucent Japanese paper; three of the original guide-sheets and stancils; and two proof states of the lithograph frontispiece. 20 copies numbered I to XX are printed on Arches Grand Vélin pure rag paper. They include an extra set of the color plates on Arches Vergé; a set of the plates left uncolored, on semi-translucent Japanese paper; and a proof state of the lithograph frontispiece. Each copy bears the artist's signature and cypher. It is a large book, with a page size of 12 x 15 ½ inches. Its 156 pages are folded into unsewn sections in the grand luxe style, with the deckle-edges of the paper left untrimmed. The cover is of real parchment and has Shahn's Hebrew and English titles reproduced in hand-stencilled gold on the front and back of the book. Each copy is presented in a special hand-made box..."

Production Information

18 pt. Bembo and Hebrew letterpress
Box 466, Folder 1

Correspondence: Ben Shahn 1958-1967

Box 466, Folder 2

Correspondence: Austin and Clowes 1963-1965

Box 466, Folder 3

Correspondence: Jewish Museum

Box 466, Folder 4

Correspondence: Cecil Roth 1961-1965

Box 466, Folder 5

Correspondence: Jonathan Stone, with lettering designs

Box 466, Folder 6

Correspondence: Printing, with paper samples

Box 466, Folder 7

Correspondence: Printing and binding

Box 466, Folder 8

Correspondence

Box 466, Folder 9

Correspondence (trade edition): MacGibbon and Kee

Box 466, Folder 10

Correspondence (trade edition): Little, Brown, and Company

Box 466, Folder 11

Correspondence (trade edition): A.T.G. (Arts et Techniques Graphiques)

Box 466, Folder 12

Publication dispute: Documents and correspondence

Box 466, Folder 13

Agreements: Shahn/Trianon

Box 466, Folder 14

Shipping records

Box 466, Folder 15

Publicity, sales

Box 466, Folder 16

Accounts sheets

Box 254

Production documents: Printing, typons, binding, jacket

Box 254

Production documents: Estimates, factures, type

Box 466, Folder 17

Hebrew printing plate: page 90

Box 466, Folder 18

Hebrew type specimens

Box 466, Folder 19

Hebrew reproductions - spares

Box 466, Folder 20

Hebrew proofs - various

Box 255

Type specimens, foundries

Box 466, Folder 21

Typescripts: Roth introduction, translation, notes

Box 466, Folder 22

Typescripts: Roth introduction, translation, notes, Kaiser preface

Box 466, Folder 23

Proofs of English text

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 466, Folder 24

Proofs of English text

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 466, Folder 25

Proofs of English text (Trianon copy)

Box 466, Folder 26

Revised galleys and marked proofs: Clowes

Box 466, Folder 27

Proofs, notes, film

Box 472, Folder 1

Proofs and notes on English text (Trianon copy)

Box 472, Folder 2

Proofs and notes on English text (Printer's copy)

Box 472, Folder 3

Prospectus proofs, color notes

Box 472, Folder 4

Proofs: Text

Box 472, Folder 5

Proofs: Prints (unmarked)

Box 472, Folder 6

Proofs: Text (unmarked)

Box 472, Folder 7

Paste-ups, color separations, cutting guides

Box 472, Folder 8

Proofs and trial spreads

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 472, Folder 9

Proofs: Colophon, printer's note

Box 255

Proofs and trial spreads

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 255

Proofs, production notes, ozalids

Box 254

Proofs (Metzger) and specimen pages

Box 255

Proofs and paste-ups of Hebrew text with notes

Box 254

Jacket paste-ups

Box 254

Jacket text and erratum proofs

Box 254

Hebrew caption translations

Box 256

Hebrew text control sheet and notes

Box 256

Typescripts, paste-ups, proofs

Box 256

Book covers, prospectuses, production materials

Box 256

Frontispiece suite for Arnold Fawcus

Box 256

Titles and page 20 reproduction proofs for future editions

Scope and Contents

Reproduction proofs of page 20 - in case of any reprint of Haggadah, new films to be made of these corrected proofs and used
Box 256

Various plates on Japanese paper

Box 257

Layout proofs, color separations, jackets, overs

Box 258

Mounted plates

Box 258

Luxe dummy folder for extra material

Box 258

An Only Kid 1st placing maquette, with incomplete set of text and prints

Box 259

Frontispiece decomps

Box 259

Signed frontispiece overs

Box 259

Printing proofs, color tests, transparencies

Box 259

Galleys

Box 464

Box pochoir stencils, menorah plate proofs, loose text samples

Box 246

Guides and stencils: plates 4, 5, 9

Box 260

Guides and stencils: plates 3, 7, 8

Box 260

Extra prints on Nacre paper plate 1-11

Box 260

Notes on illustrations

Box 261

Prints on Japanese Nacre paper

Physical Description: 15 copies
Box 261

Extra unbound prints

Physical Description: various plates, multiple copies
Box 465

Stencils, guides: plate 1

Box 465

Mounted plates

Box 465

Dust jacket: MacGibbon and Kee

Box 249

Trial sheet for color, plan for printing formes, proofs

Box 249

Prospectus trials

Box 249

Pages 73-74, 77-78 "As though it were He..."

Physical Description: 8 copies
Box 467, Folder 1

Title page lettering and layout

Box 467, Folder 2

Publicity: Correspondence, photographs, clippings 1965-1968

Box 467, Folder 3

Publicity: Shahn 1961-1964

Box 467, Folder 4

Publicity: Clippings

Box 467, Folder 5

Proofs of composition: English title page

Box 467, Folder 6-7

Clients 1965-1968

Box 467, Folder 8

Contracts and agreements circa 1964

Box 467, Folder 9

Prospectus information, jacket

Box 467, Folder 10

Offset typons

Box 467, Folder 11

Loose plates

Box 467, Folder 12

Prospectus lists, correspondence

Box 467, Folder 13

Orders, correspondence

Box 467, Folder 14-15

Production notes, correspondence

Box 467, Folder 16

Type and printing; early mock-up

Box 467, Folder 17

Shahn layout

Box 467, Folder 18

Shahn cost estimates

Box 467, Folder 19

Cost estimates, photographs, paper information

Box 472, Folder 10

Hebrew type: Notes and specimens

Box 472, Folder 11

Ozalid paste-ups

Box 472, Folder 12

Trade edition: Spare sheets: Text and illustrations

Box 472, Folder 13

Ozalid page proofs

Box 472, Folder 14

Paste-ups, transparencies, negatives

Box 472, Folder 15

Title page paste-ups and proofs

Box 472, Folder 16

Small maquettes

Box 472, Folder 17

Paste-up dummy

Box 472, Folder 18

Paste-up dummy for printer, with type positioning and measurements

Box 472, Folder 19

Paste-up: Illustrations and text

Box 469, Folder 1

Dummy, bound

Box 469, Folder 2

Dummy, unbound

Box 469, Folder 3

Dummy, unbound, with space case binding

Box 469, Folder 4

Maquette

Box 262

Maquette

Box 262

Luxe paste-ups (type/margin trials)

Box 473, Folder 1-2

Maquettes, full and half-size

Box 473, Folder 3-6

Paste-ups

Physical Description: 4 folders
Box 226, Folder 1

Bound paste-up

Box 226, Folder 2

Maquette

Box 454

Box sample, 1 latch

Box 455

Box sample, 2 latches

Box 456

Box finished sample, 2 latches

 

Ecclesiastes I-Z-1 1967

Physical Description: 15 boxes

Publication Information

Illustrated by Ben Shahn. Limited edition by Trianon Press.
Box 192

General correspondence 1967-1969

Box 192

Correspondence: Ben Shahn 1966-1967

Box 192

Correspondence: Joe Blumenthal, Spiral Press 1961-1966

Box 192

Correspondence: Dealers 1967-1973

Box 192

Contracts

Box 192

Production notes

Box 192

Production maquettes

Box 192

Paper correspondence & production notes

Box 192

Printing correspondence & production notes

Box 192

Photogravure invoices

Box 192

Lithography & pochoir correspondence & production notes

Box 192

Book jacket production notes

Box 192

Binding correspondence & production notes

Box 192

Slipcases & boxes

Box 192

Prospectus order form: Production notes, proofs, samples

Box 192

Transportation & shipping

Box 192

Order book

Box 192

Client list with notes

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 1 "Preacher" decomps

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 1 "Preacher" annotated sheets

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 3 "Wheat" decomps

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 3 "Wheat" guides and stencils

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 6 (Man behind curtain) decomps

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 8 "Star Gazer" decomps

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 8 "Star Gazer" guides and stencils

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 10 "Picasso" annotated sheets

Box 193

Illustrations, Chapter 11 "Sun & Moon" decomps

Box 193

Illustrations, full page: 2 complete sets

Box 193

Illustrations, miscellaneous sheets with cutting information

Box 193

Chapter 1 text decomps

Box 193

Chapter 1 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 2 text decomps

Box 194

Chapter 2 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 3 text decomps

Box 194

Chapter 3 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 4 text decomps

Box 194

Chapter 4 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 5 text decomps

Box 194

Chapter 5 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 6 text decomps

Box 194

Chapter 6 text guides and stencils

Box 194

Chapter 7 text decomps

Box 195

Chapter 7 text guides and stencils

Box 195

Chapter 8 text decomps

Box 195

Chapter 8 text guides and stencils

Box 195

Chapter 9 text decomps

Box 195

Chapter 9 text guides and stencils

Box 195

Chapter 10 text decomps

Box 195

Chapter 10 text guides and stencils

Box 195

Chapter 11 text guides and stencils

Box 195

Chapter 12 text decomps

Box 195

Chapter 12 text guides and stencils

Box 217

Production sheets for text and illustrations

Box 195

Colophon: Text, production notes, corrected proofs

Box 195

Layout maquette (incomplete): Text placement & order

Box 196

Book page order maquette with printing instructions

Box 196

Binding: Stamping layout, proofs (fer a dore)

Box 196

Binding: Bound maquette (leather), incomplete

Box 196

Binding: Complete bound maquette (leather)

Box 196

Cost sheets, distribution lists

Box 63

Photographs (4x5)

Box 96

Photographs (8x10)

Box 96

Negatives (8x10)

Box 8

Photographs (11x14)

Box 8

Negatives (11x14)

Box 217

Slipcase cover papers, production materials & trials

Box 196

Prospectus: Text, proofs with corrections, layouts

Box 196

Prospectus, specimen page text with corrections, proofs

Box 196

Prospectus, "Specimen page" inserts, Ch.1,2,4,5 sample set

Box 196

Prospectus: 1st edition samples

Box 197

Slipcase trials

Box 198

Slipcase/box samples, finished

Box 191

Client lists (3x5 cards)

Box 217

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Text page proof sheets with color corrections

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Text layouts, proofs with corrections, paste-ups

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Text proof sheets 5/63

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Illustration proof sheets with color

Box 217

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Bon à tirer sheets

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Facsimile edition (1st edition) marked for color control

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Printing maquette, unbound

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Binding cloth samples

Box 200

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Page order maquette

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Preliminary maquette, unbound

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Unbound complete maquette

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Binding size maquette

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Bound maquette, text complete, binding incomplete

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Book jacket text proofs, production

Box 217

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Book jacket layouts & samples

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Mailing piece text, production notes, type samples, trials

Box 217

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Mailing piece paste-ups, layouts

Box 201

Offset edition (Orion/Grossman): Prospectus, corrected 1st edition copy

Box 246

Prospectus mock-up

 

Milton, a poem I-AA-1 1967

Physical Description: 4 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Participants: Arnold Fawcus, Mary Laing, Geoffrey Keynes, Lessing Rosenwald, Library of Congress, Joan Drucker
Work published: 1967
Distributors: Quaritch
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 400 copies for sale
Publication date of editions: May 1967
Prospectus information: "This edition is limited to 400 copies for sale. 20 copies numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates, showing progressive stages in the coloring of a single page, colour collotype proofs and an original guide sheet & stencil: bound in full morocco with a leather-edged slipcase covered in hand-marbled paper. 380 copies numbered 1 to 380, bound in quarter brown morocco, with hand-marbled paper sides and a matching slipcase."
Colophon information: "The publication of the facsimile of Wm.Blake's MILTON, A POEM, was made possible by the generosity of Mr.Lessing J. Rosenwald and the Library of Congress, USA, who lent the original volume from the Rosenwald Collection. The edition consists of 426 copies, printed on Arches pure rag paper to match the paper used by Blake. Each page is watermarked with Blake's monogram. 20 copies, numbered I to XX, each containing a set of hand-coloured plates shewing progressive stages in the stencil work, colour collotype proofs, and an original guide sheet and stencil. 380 copies, numbered 1 to 380. 26 copies, numbered A to Z, reserved for Mr. Lessing J. Rosenwald, the Library of Congress, the Trustees of the Wm. Blake Trust and the Publishers. The illuminated pages were reproduced in Paris by the Trianon Press(France) in the workshops of M. Hourdebaigt and Crampe by collotype and stencil process. The editorial matter was printed by the Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon and the binding was by Engel, Malakoff. The book was produced and published under the supervision of Mr. Arnold Fawcus by the Trianon Press, Chateau de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France and is distributed throughout the world by Bernard Quaritch Ltd., 11 Grafton St., London W.I."

Production Information

Paper Supplier, Description & Use: Arjomari. Arches, velin creme with WB watermark, 200 gram basis for text pages. The paper was made in a large making for 3 different books: THEL, MILTON & AHANIA. Canson mi Tientes - rose - for the lining of the deluxe boxes. Duval et Cie. hand-marbled paper for the bindings, the slipcases and boxes. Type Supplier, Description & Use: Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon. Bembo - 16 pages - typesetting and correction, printing Collotype Supplier, Description & Use: M. Hourdebaigt & Crampe. M. Crampe analyzed the original plate and decided the colors for the base collotype and the sequence of color application by pochoir; then worked each of the collotype negatives for each specific color of the base collotype. Hourdebaigt printed the collotype plates in collaboration with Crampe.
Pochoir Supplier, Description & Use: M. Crampe. After the printing of the plates, M. Crampe directed, corrected and supervised the application of the pochoir colors
Binding Supplier, Description & Use: Engel, Malakoff. Deluxe - full morocco binding with a clamshell box (morocco spine, gold lettering, hand-marbled paper sides, lined with rose colored paper) to hold all the extra materials. Trade - quarter morocco with hand-marbled paper sides - leather-edged slipcase with hand-marbled paper sides.
Box Supplier, Description & Use: Adine. Deluxe ed. - Clamshell box with morocco spine, gold lettering, hand-marbled paper sides and lined with a rose colored paper. Trade ed. - Leather-edged slipcase with hand-marbled paper sides.
Prospectus Variations & Description: Full page, full color illustrations , pl.1,10.16,18, 32,36,37,42,45,47,50 - page folded in half, text on front and back, illustration in the middle.
Box 89

Correspondence

Box 89

Production notes

Box 89

Production notes: Distribution lists

Box 89

Paper: Text

Box 89

Paper: Binding (Duval hand-marbled paper)

Box 89

Printing: Imprimerie Darantiere

Box 89

Text: Typescript with corrections

Box 89

Text: Proofs with corrections

Box 89

Text: Imposition

Box 89

Photography: Collotype negatives

Box 89

Collotype & pochoir: Hourdebaigt & Crampe

Box 89

Binding: Engel, Malakoff

Box 89

Binding: Adine (slipcases & boxes)

Box 89

Binding: Spine stamp (Fer a dore)

Box 89

Binding maquette

Box 89

Prospectus: Text, proofs with corrections, samples with corrections

Box 89

Prospectus: Illustration samples & overs

Box 89

Publicity

Box 90

Slipcase & box samples

Box 187

Page layouts and cutting guards

Box 91

Collotype Decomps, plate 1-20

Box 91

Collotype Decomps, plate 21-40

Box 91

Collotype Decomps, plate 41-50

Box 91

Plate 37 Color Decomps.

Box 91

1 set colored plates (msg. plate 37, 38, 44)

 

Songs of innocence and experience, trade edition I-BB-1 1967, 1970

Physical Description: 11 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake, additional text by Geoffrey Keynes. English and American trade editions, 1967; reissue as Oxford University Press paperback, 1970.

Project History

Work published: December 25, 1967
Distributors: Orion Press/ Grossman Publishing (New York)
Prospectus information: "The 54 plates are reproduced in six- and eight- color offset, under the direction of the Trianon Press in Paris… This handsomely bound 210-page volume is 8 7/8" x 5 ½" in size, the same as the original and comes in an appropriate slip case."
Box 219, Folder 1

Correspondence: Sir Geoffrey Keynes 1970

Box 219, Folder 2

Correspondence: Orion Press 1970

Box 219, Folder 3

Correspondence: Oxford Univ. Press 1969-1976

Box 219, Folder 4

Correspondence: Rupert Hart-Davis 1969-1970

Box 219, Folder 5

Manuscript proofs: G.L. Keynes

Box 219, Folder 6

Production correspondence

Box 219, Folder 7

Production Estimates 1966

Box 219, Folder 8

Production Notes 1967-1975

Box 219, Folder 9

Paper: Correspondence & notes 1966-1977

Box 219, Folder 10

Paper Samples 1967-1969

Box 219, Folder 11

Printing: Correspondence & Production notes 1966-1970

Box 219, Folder 12

Printing: William Clowes & Sons 1977

Box 219, Folder 13

Printing: Imprimerie Darantiere, correspondence & production notes 1965-1966

Box 219, Folder 14

Printing: Spottiswoode Ballantyne & Co. specimen pages

Box 219, Folder 15

Printing: J.M.L. Stone correspondence 1976

Box 225, Folder 1

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Text paste-ups 1967

Box 225, Folder 2

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Illustration & Comm. paste-ups 1967

Box 225, Folder 3

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Production notes, prelims, layout sheets 1967

Box 225, Folder 4

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Proofs 1967

Box 225, Folder 5

Hart-Davis & Orion: Book jacket 1964-1967

Box 225, Folder 6

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Prospectus production materials 1967

Box 225, Folder 7

Orion 1967 edition: Paste-up & layout maquette

Box 226, Folder 3

Orion 1967 edition: Publicity production materials

Box 226, Folder 4

Orion/Grossman 1967 edition catalogue

Box 226, Folder 5

Oxford University Press: Prelims production notes 1967

Box 226, Folder 6

Oxford University Press: Prelims, Intro, Comm.- production notes 1967

Box 226, Folder 7

Oxford University Press 1977 edition paperback: Paper, color & final samples

Box 226, Folder 8

Oxford University Press 1977 edition: Maquette showing changeover

Box 220, Folder 1

Oxford University Press 1977 edition: Paste-up maquette

Box 220, Folder 2

Corrected & uncorrected galley proofs

Box 220, Folder 3

Corrected Galley Proofs: Trianon Press, etc.

Scope and Contents

Sets corrected by Trianon Press, Geoffrey Keynes, Joan Drucker and Janes Brooks
Box 220, Folder 4

Binding/Slipcase: Correspondence 1964-1977

Box 220, Folder 5

Binding: Jarrold & Sons Ltd. correspondence 1969

Box 220, Folder 6

Prospectus samples: Orion & Hart-Davis 1967

Box 220, Folder 7

Stock: Correspondence & notes

Box 220, Folder 8

Sales and royalties 1977-1979

Box 220, Folder 9

Shipping correspondence 1967

Box 221, Folder 1

Sample binding: 1967 Orion Press hardcover with jacket 1967

Box 221, Folder 2

Sample binding: 1970 Oxford University Press paperback 1970

Box 221, Folder 3

Sample binding: 1977 Oxford University Press hardcover with jacket, paperback missing front cover 1977

Box 221, Folder 4

Sample binding: 1982 Oxford University Press paperback 1982

Box 221, Folder 5

Scrapbook of reviews

Box 221, Folder 6

Cutting guides for Christmas card offcuts 1967-1977

Box 221, Folder 7

Card sample

Box 221, Folder 8

Binding: Correspondence 1967

Box 94, Folder 1

Printing: Correspondence & production notes - Victor Michel 1967

Box 94, Folder 2

Printing: Correspondence & production notes - Imprimerie Moderne du Lion 1961-1977

Box 94, Folder 3

Printing: Correspondence & production notes - Spottiswoode Ballantyne Ltd. 1966-1968

Box 94, Folder 4

Hart-Davis 1967 edition: Book Jacket - layout

Box 94, Folder 5

Orion 1967 edition: Book jacket production material

Box 263

Prospectus paste-up board: Oxford University Press

Box 263

Prospectus, Orion 1967: Layout sheet & board

Box 263

Galley Proofs with corrections

Box 263

Bon à tirer sheets: Miscellaneous selections

Box 263

Diazo print forms with corrections

Box 263

Printing matrices

Box 361

Slipcase samples

Physical Description: 5 items
Box 263

Book jacket samples: Hart-Davis & Oxford University Press

Box 263

Proof sheets with corrections

Box 224

Text proofs: Oxford University Press 1977

Box 224

Cutting guides: Oxford University Press 1977

Box 224

Illustration sheets - 1 form 1967, 3 sets - 2 forms 1977

Box 169

Negatives 3" x 5"

Box 94, Folder 6

Orion 1967 edition: Book Cover samples 1967

Box 94, Folder 7

Oxford University Press production notes, corrections, layouts

Box 94, Folder 8

Oxford University Press dummy, complete

Box 94, Folder 9

Oxford University Press 1970 edition: Production notes

Box 94, Folder 10

Oxford University Press 1970 edition paperback: Cover layout & production materials

Box 94, Folder 11

Oxford University Press 1970 edition paperback: Cover production material & samples

Box 94, Folder 12

Oxford University Press 1977 edition: Production notes

Box 94, Folder 13

Oxford University Press 1977 edition paperback: Cover production materials

 

Southern Rhodesia I-CC-1 1967

Physical Description: 11 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by Abbé Henri Breuil. Part of Rock Paintings of Southern Africa series.

Project History

Participants: Breuil, Boyle, Heim, Singer-Polignac Foundation
Work published: September 1966
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 420 copies
Prospectus information: "The first edition consists of 420 copies, of which 12 are hors commerce. 388 unnumbered copies, bound in cloth. 5 copies numbered I to V, printed on pure rag paper made by hand at the Moulins du Val de Laga, Auvergne, and bound in full leather. 15 copies numbered 1 to 15, printed on Arches pure rag mould-made paper, and bound in quarter leather. 63 colour plates, reproduced by the collotype and hand-stencil process, which are documented by 19 photographs in monochrome collotype; three line drawings and three maps."
Box 460, Folder 31

Publicity

Box 460, Folder 32

Prospectus samples

Scope and Contents

2 copies
Box 265

Layouts, design notes, maquette

Box 470, Folder 24

Bantu as Artist: Patterson paper

Box 470, Folder 25

Breuil Trust documents and Boyle finances

Box 470, Folder 26

Breuil tracing and photographs (Mbara)

Box 470, Folder 27

Breuil manuscripts and article

Box 470, Folder 28

Prospectus samples and archaeological ephemera

Box 470, Folder 29

Correspondence and financial notes

Scope and Contents

2 photographs
Box 265

Proofs

Box 470, Folder 30

Correspondence: Printers

Box 335, Folder 12

Early manuscripts

Box 335, Folder 13-14

Corrected typescripts and notes

Scope and Contents

2 folders
Box 335, Folder 15-18

Corrected typescripts: French

Box 335, Folder 19

Prospectus typescripts, layouts, proofs, samples

Box 335, Folder 20

Jacket text, layouts, galleys

Box 335, Folder 21

Corrected typescript, complete

Box 335, Folder 22

Typescript: Chapter 1

Box 335, Folder 23

Corrected typescript

Box 335, Folder 24

Corrected typescripts: French

Box 335, Folder 25

Corrected typescripts: French (printer's set)

Box 335, Folder 26

Corrected typescripts: French: Intro and Acknowledgements

Box 335, Folder 27

Jacket: French: Text, layouts, galleys

Box 335, Folder 28

Correspondence

Box 335, Folder 29

Vital statistics and stocks

Box 335, Folder 30

Production notes

Box 335, Folder 31

Factures

Box 335, Folder 32

Paper

Box 335, Folder 33

Printing

Box 335, Folder 34

Binding and page plans

Box 335, Folder 35

Prospectus: French: Correspondence and notes

Box 335, Folder 36

Estimates

Box 335, Folder 37

Jackets: Correspondence and notes

Box 335, Folder 38

Contract

Box 335, Folder 39

Cost notes

Box 335, Folder 40

Correspondence: St. Mathurin

Box 335, Folder 41

Correspondence

Box 335, Folder 42

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Correspondence: Heim

Box 335, Folder 43

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Correspondence

Box 335, Folder 44

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Correspondence

Box 335, Folder 45

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Contracts

Box 335, Folder 46

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Correspondence: Couvier

Box 335, Folder 47

Fondation Singer-Polignac: Sales sheets and production notes

Box 453

Maquettes, paste-ups

Box 229

Paste-ups and designs

Box 253

Galley proofs

Box 347

Guides and stencils

Box 235

Guides and stencils

Box 467, Folder 20-21

Photographs, notes, diagrams on locations of figures

Scope and Contents

Includes Chamavara, Chehonondo, Matopo and other sites
Box 167

Breuil tracings

 

The gates of Paradise I-DD-1 1968

Physical Description: 6 boxes

Publication Information

Authored by William Blake. Trianon Press for William Blake Trust.

Project History

Work published: December 1968
Distributors: Quaritch
Number of editions: 1
Size of editions: 700 copies for sale
Prospectus information: "Volume 1 includes seventeen preliminary sketches from Blake's Notebook, reproduced in facsimile by collotype, together with Sir Geoffrey Keynes's introduction, pape-by-page explanation and comparative study of all three stages of work, and a census of every known copy of the two volumes of engravings…. Volume 2 of this edition is a facsimile of the For Children series…and contains additional states of an earlier version. Volume 3 is a facsimile of…For the Sexes, together with a number of comparative plates from other sources. The engravings have been produced in facsimile by two-tone collotype with the plate mark impressed from hand-bevelled copper plates. The paper is Arches Vergé. 50 copies numbered 1 to 50, containing extra plates and material used in printing the book, are bound in full morocco and presented in a cloth slip-case. 650 copies numbered 51-700 are bound in cloth and presented in a cloth-covered slip-case. Uniform page size: 10.6 x 13.7 cm."
Box 187

Formes

Box 460, Folder 33

Postcards, extra prints, maquette

Box 460, Folder 34

Tally sheet and extra prints

Box 460, Folder 35

Sets of prints

Box 460, Folder 36

Extra pages and maquette

Box 460, Folder 37

Publicity

Box 460, Folder 38

Copyright information

Box 474, Folder 1

Extra plates: 13, 15, 16, 17, 20

Box 474, Folder 2

Extra plates: 2, 7, 8, 10

Box 474, Folder 3

Extra plates: 1, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12

Box 474, Folder 4

Prospectuses, extra plates, dummy

Box 474, Folder 5

Dummy, leather samples

Box 474, Folder 6

Dummies

Box 474, Folder 7

Photographs of emblems

Box 474, Folder 8

Introductory volume spare sheets

Box 474, Folder 9

Estimates, invoices,