3 edition of Francis Meynell of the Nonesuch Press. found in the catalog.
The Stanley Morison memorial lecture, 17 October 1979, at Manchester Polytechnic.
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|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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-- -- Additional books from the extended shelves:• Dodge and De La Warr came to his rescue but requested that their donation remain anonymous.
The books on display possess many of the notable qualities that Nonesuch is known for. Eventually the profits from the Pelican Press enabled Meynell to relocate the business and open up the Nonesuch Press at 16 Great James Street.
In 1912 he came to the notice of wealthy American,who was domiciled in England. Vera and their mutual friend David Garnett provided the initial funding for the Nonesuch Press; she also helped in the early days with production and distribution. Select Poems Divine and Humane. Meynell, Francis, 1891-1975:also by Pelican Press and Pelican Press.
Poulton; the remainder are composed of astronomical signs. During his time in the industry Meynell was adamant on making a product that appealed to all markets.
His journey into the printing and publishing industry was a long one as he had to cross many stepping stones along the way.
The colour- stencilled decorations are by T.
In 1912 he came to the notice of wealthy American, , who was domiciled in England.