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Angela Reeves Collection

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Scope and Contents

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Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs

Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs

Folder containing drafts of work

Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs

Box containing Angela's artistic tools and ephemera

Box containing Pentagram publications and examples of typefaces.

Box containing different publications on the subject of typography

Box containing a mix of publications relating to design - graphic and fashion.

Box containing publications relating to work by various designers

Box containing publications and ephemera relating various companies and Angela Reeves

Box containing material relating to Claes Oldenburg

Box containing Angela's Curriculum Vitae and certificates

A tied cardboard folder holding items relating to the Touch Exhibition

Box containing letters, drawings and examples of work

Box containing 4 books

Box containing various items relating to company policies, and some designs by Angela and others.

Box containing two companies' design guidelines

Box containing ephemera from graphic design companies

Box containing annual reports, design guidelines and other graphic design ephemera

Box containing ephemera from companies that specialise in engraving and paper production and ephemera from events

Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work

Box containing memorabilia relating FHK Henrion and profiles of designers

Box containing a mixture of publications relating to many aspects of design

Slides

Slides

Slides and other ephemera

Box containing exhibition catalogues, ephemera from the Mexican Olympics, some articles and ephemera

Box containing items relating to design research and guidelines

Box containing booklets that relate to a broad range of design topics and several booklets unrelated to design.

Box containing New York University Publications

Box containing New York University Publications

Box containing examples of Angela's work and other ephemera

Box containing exhibition catalogues and photographs, annual reports and design guidelines

Box containing company publications that Angela designed

Box containing examples of Angela's work

Box containing a red folder holding design work by Angela, personal and professional correspondence and other ephemera

Box containing Angela's sketch books, stamps and framed pictures

Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work

Folder containing certificates, diplomas and a poster

Envelope entitled Graphics Collection

Tube containing 18 Torin Exhibition drawings

[information restricted]

Box containing three folders of typefaces

Box containing the Smithsonian Design Guidelines

Two paintings



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Angela Reeves Collection, 1960s-2008 | University of Northampton Archive

By Phil Oakman, Maggie Peach, Lucy Culverhouse

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Collection Overview

Title: Angela Reeves Collection, 1960s-2008Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1970s - 1990s

ID: AR/01/Gra

Primary Creator: Reeves, Angela

Extent: 0.0

Date Acquired: 10/06/0009. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Angela Reeves, Design, Graphics, Reeves, Angela, The University of Northampton Angela Reeves Collection

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This series of design ephemera and memorabilia was collected by Angela Reeves, 1942-2008 and kindly donated by her family.

The collection contains works designed by Angela as well as ephemera and memorabilia relating to all aspects of graphic design collected by her.

Early drawings and sketches by Angela date back to her school and college days. A number of the drawings that she produced indicate that they were submitted as part of a portfolio for entrance to the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts.

Later designs reflect both her freelance work and that carried out while employed by companies such as British European Airways, the BBC, Royal Mail, New York University, Chermayeff and Geismar, Ilford and the Torin Corporation. Many publications relating to the industry were collected and retained by Angela over her life time and form part of this collection. These include pamphlets, booklets, annual reviews and promotional material published by Newell and Sorrel (Utopian Papers), Pentagram Design and the Wynkyn de Worde Society.

Also forming part of the collection are news stories, memorabilia and ephemera that relate to people and events that featured in Angela's life. The people include Marcel Breuer, Claes Oldenberg and F.H.K. Henrion while the events include the 1975 American bicentenial exhibition at the British Museum and the 1968 Mexican Olympics.

Collection Historical Note

Angela had a solid career in corporate graphic design and she kept pretty much everything from her career - from all her exercises at Foundation at Chelsea College , through most of her work at the London College of Printing in the early 60's. She then went straight into working for BEA and other corporate organisations, was self employed for some time, was president of the Design Research Unit, worked with Chermayeff and Geismar in New York 68 - 72; ran the BBC Educational books design section; worked for Royal Mail in stamp commissioning through the 80's and early 90's and then went back to New York to work on the design standards of the Smithsonian Museums again for Chermayeff and Geismar. She also worked a lot at Exeter and Brighton supporting design student portfolios.

Biographical note created by family member.

Subject/Index Terms

Angela Reeves
Design
Graphics
Reeves, Angela
The University of Northampton Angela Reeves Collection

Administrative Information

Repository: University of Northampton Archive

Accruals: We do not expect that there will be major accruals to this collection but the University would welcome the chance to discuss any further potential donations of records relating to Angela Reeves or graphics and design more generally.

Access Restrictions: All items are accessible

Use Restrictions:

Normal copyright restrictions apply

The University of Northampton takes copyright seriously and only makes content available in its Archive Catalogue in accordance with current UK legislation.

All reasonable effort is made by The University of Northampton to obtain copyright holders’ consent before publishing the images represented in our Archive Catalogue. We would like to ask that any copyright owners who are not properly identified in our Archive Collections contact us so that we may make the necessary corrections or removals.

Acquisition Source: Kindly donated and supported by Camilla Hale and Professor Adam Reeves.

Acquisition Method: Donation.


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[Box 1: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 2: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1960s],
[Box 3: Folder containing drafts of work, 1960s],
[Box 4: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1960s],
[Box 5: Box containing Angela's artistic tools and ephemera, 1961-2000],
[Box 6: Box containing Pentagram publications and examples of typefaces., 1970-1998],
[Box 7: Box containing different publications on the subject of typography, 1957-1991],
[Box 8: Box containing a mix of publications relating to design - graphic and fashion., 1971-1998],
[Box 9: Box containing publications relating to work by various designers, 1945-1996],
[Box 10: Box containing publications and ephemera relating various companies and Angela Reeves, 1956 - 2009],
[Box 11: Box containing material relating to Claes Oldenburg, 1969-1970],
[Box 12: Box containing Angela's Curriculum Vitae and certificates, 1976-2006],
[Box 13: A tied cardboard folder holding items relating to the Touch Exhibition, September 1999],
[Box 14: Box containing letters, drawings and examples of work, 1960s-2006],
[Box 15: Box containing 4 books, 1961-1982],
[Box 16: Box containing various items relating to company policies, and some designs by Angela and others., 1997-1999],
[Box 17: Box containing two companies' design guidelines, 1965-1986],
[Box 18: Box containing ephemera from graphic design companies, 1964-2004],
[Box 19: Box containing annual reports, design guidelines and other graphic design ephemera, 1972-1999],
[Box 20: Box containing ephemera from companies that specialise in engraving and paper production and ephemera from events, 1964 - 1999],
[Box 21: Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work, 1962-1996],
[Box 22: Box containing memorabilia relating FHK Henrion and profiles of designers, 1987-1991],
[Box 23: Box containing a mixture of publications relating to many aspects of design, 1964-2004],
[Box 24: Slides, 1996],
[Box 25: Slides, [1996]],
[Box 26: Slides and other ephemera, [1984-]],
[Box 27: Box containing exhibition catalogues, ephemera from the Mexican Olympics, some articles and ephemera, 1968-1975],
[Box 28: Box containing items relating to design research and guidelines, 1967-[1974]],
[Box 29: Box containing booklets that relate to a broad range of design topics and several booklets unrelated to design., 1967-1984],
[Box 30: Box containing New York University Publications, 1969-1973],
[Box 31: Box containing New York University Publications, 1969-1971],
[Box 32: Box containing examples of Angela's work and other ephemera, 1920-1962],
[Box 33: Box containing exhibition catalogues and photographs, annual reports and design guidelines, 1970-1973],
[Box 34: Box containing company publications that Angela designed, 1971-1979],
[Box 35: Box containing examples of Angela's work, 1962-1996],
[Box 36: Box containing a red folder holding design work by Angela, personal and professional correspondence and other ephemera, 1981 - 2008],
[Box 37: Box containing Angela's sketch books, stamps and framed pictures, 1959-1993],
[Box 38: Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work, 1965-1983],
[Box 39: Folder containing certificates, diplomas and a poster, 1964-1991],
[Box 40: Envelope entitled Graphics Collection, 1984],
[Box 41: Tube containing 18 Torin Exhibition drawings, 1974-1979],
[[information restricted]],
[Box 43: Box containing three folders of typefaces, 1973],
[Box 44: Box containing the Smithsonian Design Guidelines, 1998],
[Box 45: Two paintings, 1967],
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Box 1: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1950s-1960sAdd to your cart.
A brown art folder containing one hundred and seventeen of Angela's drawings sketches and designs. Some of these pieces of work date back to her school days, indicated by the name, age and year that are hand written on several of them. Attached to the folder is a piece of card with 'Chelsea only '59-60 (?)' written in pencil on it.
Condition: Slightly damaged along fold
Location: M3 - a O.S. (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001
Item 1: Colour washed drawing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An A2 sized painting of a naked woman laying on top of a bed. The outline of the woman is defined using a black pen and the surroundings have been colour washed using a pale mauvey colour.
Condition: Paper slightly torn at the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/1
Item 2: Colour washed drawing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting depicting two naked women, showing one woman perched on the back rest of a chair behind the other woman who is in a sitting position on top of a bed and leaning against the pillows. The outlines of the women are defined using a black pen and the surroundings have been muted by colour washing with a pale mauvey colour. The picture is on a sheet of A3 white paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/2
Item 3: Black lines and squares on a white background, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A large poster sized sheet of white paper folded in half with designs on both sides. The bottom half of the paper has mostly been divided into equal sized squares and each square contains a different pattern made up of thick pencilled lines. A larger square, in the centre left of the paper contains a similar design using inked or painted black lines. Angela has written the words ‘Angela Reeves 10th February Morning Work’ at the top left hand side of this half of the paper. The top half of the paper contains an abstract design using black lines which have been cut from a sheet of black paper and stuck on.
Condition: Several black paper lines coming unstuck.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/3
Item 4: Man sitting in a chair, 2nd October 1959Add to your cart.
A sheet of paper with a pencil drawing depicting a man seated on a chair. The same drawing appears on both sides of the paper with one being a much more finished drawing. On both sides the man has one hand loosely in his lap and the other hand resting on a table situated next to him. The more finished drawing shows a lot more definition and attention to detail. There is also a close-up of the man's features, to the left of the main picture and Angela has written her name and the date in the top right hand corner.
Condition: One small tear on the edge of the paper.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/4
Item 5: Black squares on a white background, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A large poster sized sheet of paper folded in half with designs on both sides. The bottom half of the paper contains equal sized squares which in turn contain different designs made up of pencilled lines. Half of the squares appear to have been created using a ruler and a thin lead while the other half appear to have been drawn freehand using a thicker lead. Angela has written the words ‘February 24th Morning Work Angela Reeves’ at the bottom right hand side of this half of the paper. The top half of the paper shows more squares, of various sizes. This time the squares appear to have been drawn freehand using ink or black paint. ‘Angela Reeves Afternoon work’ is written in the top right hand corner of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/5
Item 6: Design using three dimensional shapes, 23rd March 1960Add to your cart.
A sheet of white paper with a design made up using three dimensional shapes drawn on to it. Shapes used include pyramids, hexagons and squares. The design is drawn in pencil and the words ‘23rd March 1960 Morning Work Angela Reeves’ appear at the top right hand corner of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/6
Item 7: Sheet 1, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A large poster sized sheet of paper containing squares of pencil, charcoal, ink or paint patterns. Some of these are annotated and appear to be the representation of the pattern left when an item is dipped in to a liquid and then pressed on to the paper. The words ‘Angela Reeves Sheet 1’ appear on the reverse of the paper in the top left hand corner.
Condition: Slightly torn around the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/7
Item 8: Sheet 3, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A large poster sized sheet of paper with a pattern of dots, dashes and crosses which appears to be a map of where items fell after being dropped from various heights. There is a key to the ‘map’ along the bottom edge of the paper. The words Angel Reeves Sheet 3 14th Oct’ are in the top right hand corner.
Condition: A few small tears around the edges.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/8
Item 9: Naked woman - laying on a bed, Summer 1961Add to your cart.
A poster sized sheet of white paper with two sketches, in black pen, of a naked woman laying on her back on top of a bed with her legs raised. The two sketches are of the same woman with the one on the right being the more detailed. At the bottom of each page Summer 1961 is written in pencil.
Condition: The paper is tearing along the central fold
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/9
Item 10: Naked woman - back view, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized sheet of white paper with a colour washed sketch of a naked woman in the centre. The woman is standing with her back to the artist and the sketch appears unfinished. Spring 62 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/10
Item 11: Naked woman - standing beside a bed, Spring 1962Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An A2 sized sheet of white paper with a colour washed picture of a woman standing beside a bed. The woman's back is towards the bed and she is standing upright with one arm crossed over her chest. Spring 62 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/11
Item 12: Naked woman - laying on bed, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A3 sized colour washed drawing of a naked woman laying on a bed. The woman's legs are in the foreground of the picture and her head is visible above her knees. Spring 62 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/12
Item 13: Naked woman - sitting on a bed, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized black pen drawing of a naked woman sitting on the edge of a bed. The woman's feet are on a bedside rug and she is leaning on her right arm. Spring 62 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/13
Item 14: Naked woman - leaning against a mantelpiece, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An A3 sized, black pen drawing of a naked woman leaning against a mantle-piece. The drawing shows the back of the woman who appears to be looking at a bust which is standing on the shelf of the mantle-piece. Shades of pink and grey paint have been used to colour wash the drawing accentuating the shading.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/14
Item 15: Man wearing a thong, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An A3 sized pencil drawing of a man, wearing only a thong, standing with his arms folded. In the top right hand corner of the paper is a more detailed sketch of a man’s head and neck.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/15
Item 16: Naked figure, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An A3 sized black pen line drawing depicting a naked figure laying on its side in a position similar to the recovery position. The name Roy Spencer is written in pencil on the reverse of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/16
Item 17: Naked woman - reclining, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A black pen drawing of a naked woman laying in a reclining position. She is leaning on her right hand side on a cushion or mattress. Grey paint has been used as a colour wash to add definition to the drawing. The name Mr. Spencer is written in pencil on the reverse of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/17
Item 18: Naked woman - sitting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A rough, black pen, drawing depicting a naked woman sitting down with her hands between her knees. Black and grey paint has been used for the background and to add definition to the sketch. The name Roy Spencer is written in pencil on the reverse of the paper. There is also a rough sketch of a woman reclining, also on the reverse of the page.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/18
Item 19: Naked woman - sitting on a chair, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A detailed, pencil, drawing of a naked woman pictured sitting on a chair. The woman is sitting sideways on the chair with her right hand side towards the chair’s back. At one time the drawing was mounted on to another sheet of paper. There are still scraps of paper attached to the back of the drawing along with marks left by the glue used.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/19
Item 20: Naked woman - sitting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A black pen drawing showing a naked woman sitting, with her legs curled to the left. She is leaning on her right hand. The drawing does not show the woman’s head or face above the level of her chin. At one time the drawing was mounted on to another sheet of paper. There are still scraps of paper attached to the back of the drawing along with marks left by the glue used.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/20
Item 21: Naked woman - posing for life drawing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A black pen drawing of a woman posing in front of two artist's seats, one of which has an easel set up ready for use. The woman is reclining, leaning on her right arm, with her legs curled to the left, on a bed of which is covered in fabric and raised at the right hand end. With her back to the viewer the woman is in the foreground of the drawing. At one time the drawing was mounted on to another sheet of paper. There are still scraps of paper attached to the back of the drawing along with marks left by the glue used.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/21
Item 22: Naked woman - sitting on a bed, Autumn 1960Add to your cart.
An unfinished pencil drawing that shows a naked woman sitting on the corner of a bed. The woman has no features and the hands and feet have no details of fingers and toes. Sitting upright the woman’s feet are on the floor. Autumn 1960 is written in pencil in the top left hand corner of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/22
Item 23: Naked woman - laying on a bed, Spring 1961Add to your cart.
An A3 sized pencil drawing of a naked woman laying on top of a bed. She is laying on her right side with the right arm cushioning her head. The left hand is resting on her left thigh. Spring 1961 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the drawing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/23
Item 24: Two naked women - laying on beds, Spring 1961Add to your cart.
An A3 sized unfinished black pen drawing of two naked women laying on separate beds. Spring 1961 is written using pencil in the top left hand corner. On the reverse of the paper another sketch of a woman has been started using a black pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/24
Item 25: Naked woman - laying on a bed, End of Summer term 1961Add to your cart.
An A2 sized painting of a naked woman laying on a bed. The woman is laying on her right side with her right arm positioned beside her head. Her left arm is laying across her stomach and her legs are curled to the left. A brown paint has been used for the picture with different strengths of the colour used to give definition. End Summer term 1961 is written in pencil in the bottom left hand corner of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/25
Item 26: Naked woman - kneeling, Summer term 1961Add to your cart.
An A2 sized painting of a naked women kneeling with her legs curled to the right. The woman’s head is turned to the right and her left arm is resting on her left knee and her right arm is resting on her right ankle. A grey paint has been used for the picture with different strengths and shades of the colour used to give definition. Summer term 1961 is written using paint in the bottom right hand corner of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/26
Item 27: Naked woman - laying on a bed, Summer term 1961Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An A2 sized painting of a naked women reclining on a bed. She is leaning on her right arm with her left arm across her body. Her legs curled to her left. The woman’s head is turned towards a window in front of the bed. A greeny brown mixture of paint has been used for the picture with different strengths and shades of the colour used to give definition. Summer term 1961 is written using paint in the bottom right hand corner of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/27
Item 28: Man wearing a thong, Autumn term 1961Add to your cart.
An unfinished A3 sized black pen drawing of a man, naked except for a thong, in a sitting position. His left leg is bent at the knee with his left arm resting underneath. His right arm is hanging down to the outside of his right leg. The man’s face has not been completed. Autumn term 1961 is written in pencil in the top left hand corner of the drawing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/28
Item 29: Naked woman - sitting on a chair, Autumn 1961Add to your cart.
An A3 sized black pen drawing of a naked woman in a sitting position. Her right foot is raised and is resting on a table in front of her with her right arm, bent at the elbow resting on the bent knee. The woman’s head is resting on her right hand and the left arm is resting loosely on her left thigh. A dark grey coloured paint has been used to add definition to the picture. Autumn 1961 is written in pencil in the top left hand corner of the drawing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/29
Item 30: Naked woman - standing, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized black pen drawing of a naked woman in a standing position as if walking. Her left hand is resting on her left hip and her right hand resting on her right thigh. Pale pink and grey coloured paint has been used to colour wash the drawing, adding definition to the picture. Spring 1962 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the drawing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/30
Item 31: Naked woman - sitting on chair, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized black pen drawing of a naked woman sitting on a wooden chair. Her left foot is resting on a rug on the floor while her right foot is placed on the rungs below the seat of the chair. A wooden folding chair with an electric fan standing on it is behind the woman. Spring 1962 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the drawing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/31
Item 32: Two naked women - standing, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized black pen drawing of two naked women standing with their backs to the viewer. The women are standing in the same position with their left legs bent at the knee and their arms in front of their bodies. A grey coloured paint has been used to add definition to the figure on the left of the paper while the figure on the right is left as an outline. Spring 1962 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/32
Item 33: Naked woman - standing, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized drawing of a naked woman standing with her back to a wall and looking to the left. A brown coloured paint has been used to add definition to the painting as well as to draw the outline of the woman. Spring 1962 is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the paper.
Condition: Small tear on the left hand side
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/33
Item 34: Two naked women - sitting on chairs, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized sheet of paper with two black pen drawings of a naked woman sitting sideways on a chair in front of her dressing table mirror. One of the pictures just shows the woman sitting in front of the mirror while the other includes a fan to each side of the woman and a pair of flip-flops on a rug. A dark grey or black coloured paint has been used to add definition to the pictures. Spring 1962 is written using pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the paper
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/34
Item 35: Naked woman - standing, Spring 1962Add to your cart.
An A2 sized sheet of paper with an unfinished black pen drawing of a naked woman standing with her right arm bent at the elbow and the hand resting on her hip. The woman’s left arm is hanging at her side. A dark grey or black coloured paint has been used to add definition to the pictures. Spring 1962 is written using pencil in the bottom right hand corner of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/35
Item 36: Naked man - sitting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An A4 sized black pen drawing of a naked man in a seated position. One of the man’s legs is straight out in front of him while the other is bent at the knee and is dangling down. His hands are placed to either side of his bottom and his arms are straight. The drawing has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/36
Item 37: Naked woman - standing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing of a naked woman sketched in a standing position. The picture shows the top half of the woman, from the head to the waist, who appears to be leaning against something. The drawing is in black ink and has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/37
Item 38: Naked woman - standing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing of a naked woman sketched in a standing position from the back. The picture shows the woman with a stool in front of her and one hand on a shelf or mantelpiece. The drawing is in ink and has been colour washed and mounted on card. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’. This drawing was testimony number 5.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/38
Item 39: Naked woman - sitting on a chair, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a naked woman seated on a chair. The drawing is in ink and has been mounted on card. A sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’. The picture is one of four life drawings submitted.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/39
Item 40: Naked woman - seated on a chair, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a naked woman seated on a chair. The woman is sitting leaning slightly to her left and using her left arm for support. Her right arm is resting on her right thigh and her right leg is extended forwards while the left leg is bent at the knee. The drawing is in black ink and has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/40
Item 41: Naked woman - seated on a stool, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a naked woman seated on a stool. The woman is sitting in an upright position, with her hands clasped together and resting on her thighs just above her knees. The drawing is in black ink and has been colour washed and mounted on to card. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/41
Item 42: Woman sitting on a chair, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a woman seated on a chair with her legs crossed. She is wearing a skirt and t-shirt. The drawing is in black ink and has been mounted on card. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/42
Item 43: Woman reading a book, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing of a woman, who appears to be standing, shows her holding a book in front of herself. The drawing is in ink and has been mounted on card. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/43
Item 44: Woman sitting on a stool, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a woman seated on a stool. The woman is wearing a skirt and blouse and her right arm is held beside her body with the left hand resting loosely in her lap. Drawn in black ink the picture has been mounted on card.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/44
Item 45: Woman sitting on a stool, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing that depicts a woman seated on a stool with her chin resting on her right hand. Her right arm is bent at the elbow and is resting on a shelf while the left hand is resting in her lap. She is wearing a skirt and collared top and has a large ring on the third finger of her left hand. The drawing is in ink and has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/45
Item 46: Woman from the waist up, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing showing a woman from the waist up with her hands crossed in front of her. The drawing is in ink and has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/46
Item 47: Naked form - laying on a bed, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small drawing that shows a naked form laying on a bed. The head is resting on the arms while the legs are curled to one side with the lower legs are hanging over the edge of the bed. The drawing is in black ink and has been mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/47
Item 48: A P P I A Poster, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A poster mounted on card. Three quarters of the poster is a mottled grey and black square above a grey strip which has circles in black, red and brown on it. At the centre top of the poster a letter box shape has been cut out of the paper revealing the white card behind. Across the circles the letters ‘A P P I A’ have been painted in white.
Condition: Top right corner of the card is slightly bent
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/48
Item 49: Italian wine and cheese - Pamphlet design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A pamphlet or booklet design advertising ‘Italian Wine and Cheese’. The design mainly consists of bunches of grapes and leaves with spaces identified for text. There is also a cheese with a black rind bearing a very small Italian flag. The design is mounted on card.
Condition: Damage to the bottom right hand corner of the design
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/49
Item 50: Fairtytale characters - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Twelve windows are painted between two pillars to the left and right and ornate stonework above and below. Each window features a different fairytale or mythical character. The frames separating the windows are painted bright orange while the figures in them are more subdued. A sheet of plastic covers the picture which is mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/50
Item 51: Calendar, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
Designs for three months of a calendar on one sheet of paper mounted on card. The months October, November and December have been chosen for the designs with the days and dates of the months beside them. Designs for the three months use plants appropriate to the time of year. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/51
Item 52: Water scene - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Glimpses of the sky and water can be seen between trees and leaves in this painting of a watery scene. An outline of a harp on the right and a guitar on the left are drawn in black ink on top of the scene.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/52
Item 53: Abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An abstract design compiled using a series of black and yellow triangles cut from pieces of paper or thin card and stuck onto a buff coloured piece of paper. The paper has been painted over using grey paint to form patterns of waves, dots and dashes. The name Angela Reeves is written on the back of the design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/53
Item 54: Abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An abstract design compiled using a series of shapes, cut from a buff coloured piece of paper which has been painted over using grey paint to form patterns of waves, dots and dashes. The shapes have then been stuck on to a piece of yellow paper. Some of the shapes have had small triangle or diamond shapes cut out of them before being stuck on to the yellow background. 'Angela Reeves IBii' is written in pencil on the back of the design. IBii is crossed through using two black lines.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/54
Item 55: Abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An abstract design compiled using a series of shapes, cut from a buff coloured piece of paper which has been painted over using grey paint to form patterns of waves, dots and dashes. The shapes have then been stuck on to a piece of paper that has been painted black. Yellow lines cut from a piece of paper have been used to enhance the design. ‘Angela Reeves IBii’ is written in pencil on the back of the design. IBii is crossed through using three black lines.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/55
Item 56: Circular design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A circle cut from card and covered with silver. Eight triangles of cream coloured card have been stuck on to the circle creating segments. Each segment has a letter at the top and beneath each letter is a painted flower. The letters are H E L V E T I and A.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/56
Item 57: Mozart record cover design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A design in purple and black mounted on card and depicting Mozart in the centre. A white cut out shape in card with the word Mozart painted on it is attached to the design. A partial sticker on the back of the card indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’. The sticker indicates that the design was testimony number 10, along with a design for an alphabet brick, and was created as a record cover.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Related to: AR/01/Gra/001/58, AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/57
Item 58: Alphabet brick, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A design for an alphabet brick opened out to show all six faces and mounted on card. The brick depicts the letter A along with pictures of an acorn, an acrobat and an adder. A partial sticker on the back of the Mozart record cover design indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’. The sticker indicates that the design was testimony number 10, along with the design for a record cover.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/001/57, AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/58
Item 59: Black pen drawing - bird in a tree, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A picture of a bird perched on the branch of a tree situated beside a river. The drawing has been created using a fine black pen and is mounted on card. A partial sticker on the back of the picture indicates that the drawing was submitted to the Royal College of Art as part of Angela’s ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/59
Item 60: Playing card - Queen of Hearts, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A playing card design for the Queen of Hearts made up from different shaped and painted pieces of paper. The painted pieces of paper have been stuck on to a card sized piece of thick white paper.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/001/61
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/60
Item 61: Playing card - King of Hearts, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A playing card design for the King of Hearts made up from different shaped and painted pieces of paper. The painted pieces of paper have been stuck on to a card sized piece of thick white paper.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/001/60
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/61
Item 62: Autumnal leaves and berries, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small painted picture of branches covered with Autumnal leaves and berries which has been mounted on card. The berries are red and the leaves are different shades of brown and orange.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/62
Item 63: Untitled design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small piece of card covered with cream coloured paper. At the bottom left hand corner of the card is a pen drawing depicting a town house behind some railings with a tree in front. This picture has been drawn onto a piece of paper, which has then been cut around and stuck onto the covered card. Centrally, above the drawing, some text has been cut out and stuck on to the covered card in the format of a poem.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/63
Item 64: Peppermint aero wrapper, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A design for a Peppermint Aero wrapper is at the top half of a piece of white paper mounted on to card. The design for the wrapper is made up of black and dark green circles with a black strip across the centre containing the words 'Peppermint Aero’ in white lettering. A piece of white paper has been attached to the back of the card and folds across the design to protect it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/64
Item 65: Battle scene - drawing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An A5 sized piece of card covered with white coloured paper on which an old fashioned battle scene has been drawn. The scene has been drawn using black ink and shows a canon beside a soldier mounted on a horse in the foreground. This soldier is looking across a field to where a line of soldiers are marching behind another horseman in the distance.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/65
Item 66: Untitled design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small, cellophane covered, painting of flowers, fruit and vegetables. The flowers are chrysanthemums and the fruit and vegetables include apples, a pear and a cob of corn.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/66
Item 67: Mushrooms, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An A5 sized painting of mushrooms laying on the ground. The mushrooms have been painted on to white paper and mounted on blue card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/67
Item 68: Kitchen utensils frieze, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A strip of white paper approximately two inches wide with another, slightly smaller, strip of paper glued on to it. The smaller strip of paper contains a design of kitchen utensils painted in green and black. 'Angela Reeves 1st year Spring Term’ is handwritten on the back of the frieze.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/68
Item 69: Black and white frieze, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A strip of white paper approximately two inches wide mounted on a strip of card. Four white squares each with a different design painted in black and white are stuck onto the paper. Each of the four designs appears to represent the letter F.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/69
Item 70: Book jacket design - A hundred Mediterranean dishes, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A dust jacket design for a book entitled 'A Hundred Mediterranean Dishes’ by Mary Spry.  Olive green paint has been used for the background of the book cover. The title, in white lettering, is on a central red oval shape surrounded with a frieze of Mediterranean foodstuffs drawn with a fine black pen. The frieze has been drawn on to white paper cut out and stuck around the title and author details. On the reverse of the design, which has been mounted on card, is the handwritten name ‘Angela Reeves’ followed by an address in St. Johns Wood, London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/70
Item 71: Small box, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A design for a small box opened out so that all six faces are visible. The design is mounted on white covered card. Each face of the box is made up of a different coloured square in its centre with a margin of white showing around the edges. The colours of the squares are brown, pink, purple, orange and grey. Two of the faces have a black letter in their centre, a plain G and a more ornate B.
Condition: A cut from the right hand edge towards the centre - Beginning to come away from the card
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/71
Item 72: A gardener's year book 1962 - Book jacket design, 1962Add to your cart.
A dust jacket design for a book entitled 'A Gardener’s Year Book 1962’ painted onto white paper. The title, in black lettering, is printed on the left hand side of the cover and from the top to the bottom of the book’s spine. Down the right hand side of the cover is a lawn rake and below the title is a garden sieve. Both garden implements are painted in green and the background has been left white.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/72
Item 73: The burning house: Haydn, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting depicting a piece of music written by Haydn called the Burning House. The picture is painted on a black background with a darker shadow for the house. The windows and doors  of the house are filled with red and orange flames for some of which coloured tissue paper has been used.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/73
Item 74: Untitled design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An A4 sized piece of card covered with white paper. Six equal sized squares, three from the top and three from the bottom, have been cut out of another sheet of paper before it was stuck onto the paper covered piece of card. Pictures  have been painted onto the squares and they have been stuck back in to the spaces they were cut from.
Condition: Two squares have come away from the card
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/74
Item 75: Insects: the year book of agriculture 1952 - Book jacket design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A dust jacket design, painted on white card, for a book entitled ‘Insects: the year book of agriculture 1952’ by the United States Department of Agriculture. The front cover has a dark green background decorated with black chevron lines from an off centre vertical black line with small white shapes between the lines. A black spine has brown caterpillar like segments running down its’ length while the back cover has a dark red background with larger white shapes, some containing black dots, across it. The lettering for the title on the front and on the spine is white. 'Angela Reeves' is handwritten in pencil on the back of the design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/75
Item 76: Drawing book, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
One of Angela’s drawing books from her time at Paddington and Maidavale High School. The book contains a variety of sketches including buildings, people, still life, plants and street scenes. One or two of the drawings have been marked and graded.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/76
Item 77: The king and the jester, [1956]Add to your cart.
A painting entitled 'The King and the Jester’. The picture is predominantly made up using brightly coloured triangular or diamond shapes and was painted when Angela was thirteen years old. Age 13 is written in black paint in the top right hand corner of the picture with the title in the top left hand corner. A signature and a date appear on the reverse of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/77
Item 78: Abstract painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A colourful abstract painting with black lines used to outline the shapes. Red, yellow, blue and orange paints have been used to fill in the outlines with colour.
Condition: Slightly torn around the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/78
Item 79: Winter sunset, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting showing the upper storey and roof tops of two houses that are standing behind a wooden fence. The houses are on the left hand side of the picture with a row of leafless trees in the foreground standing either side of the fence. Although the sun is hidden behind grey clouds there is a pink tinge to the sky.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/79
Item 80: The rehearsal - painting, 1955Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting entitled 'The Rehearsal’. The picture shows a group of ballet dancers practising in a dance hall and was painted when Angela was twelve years old. The words 'Certified as requested’ appear on the back of the painting above a signature and a date.
Condition: Bottom edge slightly torn
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/80
Item 81: Face in a darkened window - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting depicting a face looking out from a darkened room through an open window. An oil lamp stands to the left hand side of the person lighting their face with yellow glow.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/81
Item 82: Factories, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting that depicts the upper storey and the roof tops of two factory buildings. Tall chimneys are painted in both the foreground and the background. The chimney in the foreground is pouring dark grey smoke into the air which is darkening the sky.
Condition: Beginning to tear in the corners
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/82
Item 83: Riverside scene, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting showing a, peaceful, countryside scene. A river is flowing gently at the base of a gentle, grassy slope. Two trees are standing in the foreground, one on each side of the painting. Sunlight is shining from behind pale clouds on the left of the picture and is glinting on the water. The sky to the right hand side of the picture is much darker and looks stormy. 'A.Reeves Va' is written in red paint on the reverse of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/83
Item 84: Riverside houses, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting showing two houses, behind a stone wall, that have a shared grassed area in front of them. Water, a river or stream, is pictured in the foreground, in front of the wall. ‘Angela Reeves’ is written in pencil on the reverse of the picture along with what appears to be a very rough draft of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/84
Item 85: Waterside scene, June 1958Add to your cart.
A painting using shades of green, yellow and blue to depict a waterside scene. The water appears to drop down from one level to another and the whole area is surrounded by thick greenery. Darker lines give added definition. In the centre of the picture three animals are making their way across the water.  On the reverse of the painting along with the painted name 'A. Reeves Va' is a brown piece of paper, with the hand written words 'You may ask for a distinction HMG’, stamped with the date 4 June 1958.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/85
Item 86: Fishmongers stall, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painted picture of three people standing in front of a wet fish stall situated on a dark cobbled street. The three people are the fishmonger and two women one of whom is talking to the fishmonger. Two large baskets of fish are standing beside the stall which is lit by a hurricane lamp attached to the right hand pole of its awning. Holes in the four corners show where the painting was once pinned to another surface.
Condition: Beginning to tear on the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/86
Item 87: Farmyard scene, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painted picture showing a farmer looking out across a field in which workers are gathering in the hay by hand. The farmer is standing beside a shed or barn with his hands behind his back holding a long thin object. ‘Angela Reeves Vc’ is written in pencil on the back of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/87
Item 88: Two black pen drawings, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A black pen drawing of a kitchen scene, complete with table. Two females are sitting at tables or desks on the left hand side. In the top right hand corner of the drawing the words 'This drawing is very clear and details, chair etc well drawn. The light and shade contrasts are a little weak and give an appearance of flatness’ are hand written in red biro. The drawing has been marked –A. On the other side of the paper another black pen drawing has been completed using colour. This drawing shows a building, with a tower, behind closed gates with further buildings either side. A mark of B+ is written in red biro in the top right hand corner of the picture. The paper used for the drawings appears to have been torn from a sketch book.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/88
Item 89: The river at night, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
Darker shades of colour have been used for this painting giving an impression of night time. The sky is black and grey lit by a white light from the hidden moon while the grass and trees in the foreground are picked out using black and grey. The ground between the trees is a very dark green fading into the darker hills in the background. Through the centre of the picture a river or stream is picked out in white as the moonlight catches the water.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/89
Item 90: Arched gateway to a street - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Darker shades of colour have been used for this painting. The sky is grey tinged with shades of pink and yellow from a red sun while a street and houses are picked out using mainly shades of black and grey. An iron arch, attached to stone pillars at both sides of the road, spans the entrance to the street. 'A. Reeves Lv1' is painted in grey on the reverse of the picture.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/90
Item 91: Untitled painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting of a dirt track, with a grass verge, in the foreground beyond which is a field and in the distance a row of buildings in silhouette. Tyre tracks are detailed along the centre of the track using shades of grey and black.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/91
Item 92: Urban church, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting of a church built in a residential area of a town or city. The church is in the centre of the picture with a tower block in the foreground on either side of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRa/001/92
Item 93: Girl in front of a mirror, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting of a young girl in a full length, blue party dress sitting in front of a mirror in her bedroom. The girl is seated on a stool at her dressing table and a gold framed mirror is hung on the wall above it. Another full length party dress, this time in pink, is hanging from a coat rack above the bed. A vase of flowers is standing to the right of the mirror and the wall above it and around the mirror is littered with posters and notes. 'A. Reeves' is written, using red paint, on the reverse of the picture along with a rough penciled sketch of the mirror.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/93
Item 94: Tea picking - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting of three people, picking tea from rounded bushes under a blue sky. The picture appears to be unfinished with two of the three people depicted being drawn as outlines, one male and one female, in white paint. The third person is a woman and she is pictured wearing a blue dress. ‘Angela Reeves 4a’ is handwritten in pencil on the reverse of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/94
Item 95: Ballet dancer - painting, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting of a ballet dancer who is standing on the pointed toes of her right foot with her left leg raised and pointing in a straight line to the side. Her arms are held above her head with the hands curving down towards the crown. The dancer is wearing a red dress, edged with lace, a silver crown and grey ballet shoes. ‘Angela Reeves aged 11, is written in blue ink in the bottom right hand corner of the painting and on the reverse are the words ‘This is all Angela’s work – done at home. R. Reeves’.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/95
Item 96: The barn - Home Farm, 1955Add to your cart.
A painting, entitled The Barn Home Farm. The painting shows two large hay stacks on the right hand side and farm buildings on the left hand side with a road way running between them. A wall with a wooden gate is in the foreground of the picture and the sky is blue with one or two fluffy white clouds. Angela painted this picture when she was twelve years old for her mother. On the back of the painting are the handwritten words ‘To Mummy, with love from Angela 1955’.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/96
Item 97: Abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A coloured border enclosing a brightly coloured pattern has been drawn on to an oblong of white paper. ‘Angela Reeves 3A Art group’ is written on the back of the design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/97
Item 98: Circular abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A circle of black paper with a predominantly white design painted on to it. The centre of the circle contains three fish like creatures that have been picked out in red and yellow.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/98
Item 99: Abstract design, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A circular design drawn on to a square of white paper, using coloured pens. Each of the corners has a background colour of red on to which a design has been drawn in black. The central circle of the design contains three intertwined eel-like creatures.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/99
Item 100: Kitchen dresser, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting of a kitchen dresser showing plates on shelves with cups hanging from hooks on the shelf edges. An ivy plant is on the lower shelf towards the right of the picture.
Condition: Two tears in right hand edge
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/100
Item 101: Record sleeve - Cantata No. 33, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A painting of a design for a record sleeve for a piece of music entitled ‘Canata No. 33’ by Bach. The picture shows a vaulted ceiling with burning candles in a candelabra hanging from it. Strips of silver paper have been cut out and stuck on to the paper to represent the candles with gold paper used for the flames. The title and artist details are in gold lettering which is painted over a black line.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/101
Item 102: Wizard and elves, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An unfinished painting depicting a wizard standing in front of a group of elves with his arms raised and held out to each side. In his right hand he is holding a gold medallion on a gold chain and in his left his wand. The wizard is wearing a blue cape patterned with yellow stars, but the elves are still pencilled outlines. The figure 68% is written in pencil in the bottom right hand corner and A. Reeves is written in red paint in the top right hand corner of the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/102
Item 103: Twig with leaves, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small, pencil, drawing that pictures a twig with leaves growing on it. The use of shading adds a lot of fine detail to the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/103
Item 104: Berries, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A small, pencil, drawing that depicts a twig with leaves and berries growing on it. The use of shading adds a lot of fine details to the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/104
Item 105: A tree in Winter, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A drawing in black pen depicting a tree that has no leaves. Shading and a light colour wash have been used to add definition and detail. 'Angela Reeves' is handwritten in pencil in the top right hand corner of the picture.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/105
Item 106: Two sketches from imagination and one plant drawing, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A piece of orange card with three square holes cut into it to form a frame for three drawings. The larger of the drawings is of a plant showing its’ stem complete with leaves and a flower bud. Countryside scenes are the topic of the other two drawings. One depicts a river flowing under a bridge in the foreground with trees dotting the flat grassy background. Crocuses growing at the foot of a tree are in the foreground of the remaining drawing with rolling countryside for the background. All of the sketches have been drawn using a black pen. On the reverse of the frame is a white sticker with the handwritten words ‘Number of school = 309, Number of candidate = 408 Sheet of two sketches from imagination and one plant drawing' - indicating that the sketches may have been entered for assessment in an examination.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/106
Item 107: Menu - Le Beurre Fondu Restaurant, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A menu for a restaurant called Le Beurre Fondu. The design on the cover is in black and white and shows a fondu dish inside an oval shaped frame. Inside the menu is in French with an English translation. The paper used has a glossy coating and the menu appears to be a completed article which is ready for use.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/107
Item 108: Oil painting on canvass, 1960Add to your cart.
A painting on canvass depicting a number of house bricks arranged around two bottles that are being used as vases for some leafy plants. The colours that have been used are muted causing the green of the plants to catch the eye. ‘Summer Term 1960’ is pencilled in the bottom right hand corner. ‘Angela Reeves 1Bii’ is pencilled on a label on the reverse of the painting and the telephone number ‘CLE 4388 ext. 28’ is written on the back of the canvass, also in pencil.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/108
Item 109: Paper etching, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An oblong snakeskin design, etched into the paper and coloured using black and dark brown pens. Two capital letter Fs have been etched in to the paper at the top of the work and these have been painted in white. The design was at one time mounted on to a piece of card, but has since become separated from it.
Condition: Design has completely separated from the card it was mounted on.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/109
Item 110: The cock crowed thrice, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A painting, framed with card, of a cockerel surrounded by thorns and entitled ‘The Cock Crowed Thrice’. The cockerel has been painted using vibrant shades of red, yellow, green and blue whilst the thorns surrounding him, around the edges of the paper, are coloured using shades of black and brown. Stickers on the back of the work have the following words hand written on them: Number of school = 309, Number of candidate = 408, Title of sheet:- ‘The Cock  Crowed Thrice’ We were asked to make a picture out of the cock that reminded Peter of his promise surrounded by the thorns of Christ’s crown - indicating that the painting may have been entered for assessment in an examination.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/110
Item 111: The National Film Theatre, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
Two paintings, framed using black card, that have as their subject matter the National Film Theatre. The painting on the left is an abstract design of the National Film Theatre under Waterloo Bridge, whilst the one on the right is a derivation of the three figures outside the theatre in detail. Stickers on the back of the work have the following words hand written on them:  Number of school = 309, Number of candidate = 408, Abstract design of the National Film Theatre under Waterloo Bridge and Number of school = 309, Number of candidate = 408, Derivation of the three figures outside the National Film Theatre in detail - indicating that the painting may have been entered for assessment in an examination.
Condition: The frame has come away from the paintings
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/111
Item 112: How to boil an egg, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An oblong piece of white paper attached, using glue, to a piece of brown card. Seven small pictures are stuck to the paper, each one showing a different stage in the process of boiling an egg.
Condition: Beginning to come away from the card
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/112
Item 113: Belt box lid or shoe shop wall screen, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
An abstract pattern composed of blue and black lines, with gold lettering along the top. The letters, cut from gold coloured paper and stuck on, spell out the words ‘FERRAGAMO FIRENZE’. On the back of the work a sticker identifies the work as one of a ‘Submission of testimonies of study by applicants for admission to the Royal College of Art. The sticker also identifies the work as either a lid for a belt box or a wall screen for a shoe shop and that it is number11 out of a total of 12 testimonies of study.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/037/1-2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/113
Item 114: Collage, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A collage made out of pieces of paper in blue and white, some with painted blue patterns, stuck onto a painted pale orange background. 'Angela Reeves 1Bii is written in pencil on the reverse of the work. The 1Bii has been crossed through using a black pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/114
Item 115: Collage, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A collage made out of pieces of paper in pink and white, some with painted blue patterns, stuck onto a painted dark blue background. 'Angela Reeves 1Bii is written in pencil on the reverse of the work. The 1Bii has been crossed through using a black pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/115
Item 116: Collage, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.
A collage depicting six framed pictures of different animals, three of these are black pen drawings while the others are painted. The animals include a rabbit, a bear, an elephant, and a lion. 'Angela Reeves 1Bii is written in black pen on the reverse of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/116
Item 117: Four musical instruments, [1959-1960]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Four musical instruments painted on to a sheet of white paper. The instruments include a cello, a banjo and a harp, with the side view of another stringed instrument on the right hand side of the paper. Black, brown, red and orange have been used as the background colours.
Condition: Slightly torn on right hand side
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/001/117
Box 2: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1960sAdd to your cart.
A green art folder containing twenty five items including competition entries, drawings, designs and completed examples of Angela's work. A  piece of white card is attached to the art folder  with the words 'LCP work keep for Uni' hand written on it in pencil. Two further folders made from black card and numbered AR/01/Gra/003 and AR/01/Gra/004 were originally contained within the art folder. These also hold examples of Angela's work.
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a O.S. (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003 and AR/01/Gra/004
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002
Item 1: Balding and Mansell, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An example of work, by Angela Reeves, that was entered into a Royal Society of Arts Industrial Art Bursaries Competition. The piece of work was entered into the Typography Section of the competition and Angela was twenty-one at the time. Mounted on card and covered with plastic the work is an advertisement for Balding and Mansell a company of designer printers. A large, pale mauve, square with a small, dark purple, circle below it on the left hand side forms the basis for the design. Black lettering from the top centre of the circle along the bottom of the square reads Balding and Mansell and white backwards/mirror lettering forming a circular shape in the bottom left hand quarter of the square also reads Balding and Mansell. The company details appear in the top right quarter of the purple circle.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/9 and AR/01/Gra/004/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/1
Item 2: Calendar - Fisons 1964, 1964Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A spiral bound calendar which has a green paper cover with a design of small painted squares in different colours and shades stamped onto it. The calendar contains the months January, May, July, October and December. Each page is mounted on card and has the same design, of a tree against a background, stamped on to the paper using small squares. The colours used are different for each month to reflect the time of year. Fisons 1964 appears in black lettering on the front cover and on each page of the calendar, below the design and above the dates, are the words ‘Fisons for fertilizers, The Garden Centre 95-97 Wigmore Street London W1, telephone Welbeck 5500’.
Condition: Several of the pages are separating from the card they are mounted on
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/2
Item 3: Office stationery - A.R. Clements and Company Limited, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A brown paper folder enclosing an item of office stationery for a company called A.R. Clements and Company Limited. The piece of stationery is a statement which has been printed using black lettering on the left hand side of the page for the word ‘Statement’ while the name of the company is in red lettering on the right hand side with the address below it in black. The paper folder forms a frame around the page which covers the margins where Angela has made notes in pencil concerning the size and type of the print work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/4, AR/01/Gra/002/5 and AR/01/Gra/002/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/3
Item 4: Office stationery - A.R. Clements and Company Limited, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A brown paper folder enclosing an item of office stationery for a company called A.R. Clements and Company Limited. The piece of stationery is a letterhead sheet of paper with the name of the company printed in red lettering in the top right hand corner above the address which is printed in black. The paper folder forms a frame around the page which covers the margins where Angela has made notes in pencil concerning the size and type of the print work.
Condition: Paper folder is tearing along the fold
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/3, AR/01/Gra/002/5 and AR/01/Gra/002/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/4
Item 5: Office stationery - A.R. Clements and Company Limited, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A brown paper folder enclosing an item of office stationery for a company called A.R. Clements and Company Limited. The piece of stationery is an invoice which has been printed using black lettering for the word ‘Invoice’ on the left hand side of the page and red lettering for the name of the company on the right hand side. An address for the company is below the name and is printed in black. The paper folder forms a frame around the page which covers the margins where Angela has made notes in pencil concerning the size and type of the print work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/3, AR/01/Gra/002/4 and AR/01/Gra/002/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/5
Item 6: Office stationery - A.R. Clements and Company Limited, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A brown paper folder enclosing two items of office stationery for a company called A.R. Clements and Company Limited. The pieces of stationery are a compliments slip and a business card. Both items have the name of the company in red lettering on the right hand side with the address above it in black. In black lettering and centred on the left hand side is a persons name for the business card and ‘with compliments’ for the compliments slip. The paper folder forms a frame around the page which covers the margins where Angela has made notes in pencil concerning the size and type of the print work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/3, AR/01/Gra/002/4 and AR/01/Gra/002/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/6
Item 7: GPO greetings telegram, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A board painted with a design for a GPO greetings telegram. The design has a row of flowers along the bottom right hand edge with the leaves of a tree on the left hand side. A purple bird is pictured flying on the centre left hand side of the picture, below the leaves of the tree and a bright yellow sun is in the top right hand corner. The words ‘GPO greetings telegram’ are printed in grey lettering and positioned in the central, top right hand side with plenty of white space underneath them for a message.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/7
Item 8: Letters Ezra Pound - flyer, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An advertising flyer for a book entitled ‘Letters Ezra Pound’ edited with an introduction and notes by Michael Gough. The flyer has three panels all with a white background. The right hand panel has red lettering and the left hand panel black lettering with the centre panel using red lettering for the words ‘Order Form’ and the rest of the text in black. There are lines drawn on the inside of the panels, but no text other than ‘Letters Ezra Pound’ in red in the top left hand corner. The cost of the book is 25 shillings.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/8
Item 9: Letters Ezra Pound - dust jacket for a book, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An example of work by Angela Reeves that was entered into a Royal Society of Arts Industrial Art Bursaries Competition. The piece of work was entered into the Typography Section of the competition and Angela was twenty-one at the time. Mounted on card and covered with plastic the work is a design for a dust jacket for a book edited with an introduction and notes by Michael Gough. The title of the book is ‘Letters Ezra Pound’. On a red background the lettering is all in black.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/1 and AR/01/Gra/004/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/9
Item 10: Graphics USA - poster, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A poster advertising an exhibition of American Graphic Art, in association with the Institute of American Graphic Art, that is to take place at The London College of Printing between June 15th and July 15th. The design, on a white background, uses the letters USA in blue, orange and red with the word ‘Graphics’, printed in orange, along the top of the left hand upright of the letter U.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/10
Item 11: Magnetic fish - box for a game, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A design for a box to hold a game called magnetic fish. The design on the top of the box depicts water in blue with blue and green fish swimming in it. Each fish shape has been cut from a piece of white card, coloured and stuck on to the water. The name of the game ‘Magnetic Fish’ is in red lettering painted along the top of the box with the letter n depicted as a magnet which is being used to catch one of the fish.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/11
Item 12: Woolgate House: signposting report and schedule, October 1966Add to your cart.
A total of seven drawings held together with a metal clip and entitled Woolgate House: signposting report and schedule October 1966. Although labelled as drawings the seven sheets contain typed details giving the description and location of all the signage required for an office block called Woolgate House. Each sheet is numbered and Angela’s name appears on each one as the person who drew it. The project was given the number 1641 and was undertaken by Angela during her time at the Design Research Unit where she worked as an Assistant Designer between 1965 and 1967.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/13,
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/12
Item 13: Woolgate House: revised signposting report and schedule, January 1967Add to your cart.
A total of four drawings held together with a metal clip and entitled Woolgate House: signposting report and schedule Revised January 1967. Although labelled as drawings the four sheets contain typed details giving the revised details for some of the signage required for an office block called Woolgate House. Each sheet is numbered and Angela’s name appears on each one as the person who drew it. The project was given the number 1641 and was undertaken by Angela during her time at the Design Research Unit where she worked as an Assistant Designer between 1965 and 1967.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/12,
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/13
Item 14: Estate Agents: a consumers' assessment, 1963Add to your cart.
Three grey framed pages of a draft design for a pamphlet entitled ‘Estate Agents: a consumers’ assessment’. The pamphlet design has been prepared for the Research Institute for Consumer Affairs (RICA). Underneath the frame, writing in the margins provides instruction for the layout and choice of typeface and the word ‘assessment’ in the subtitle is misspelt (an s is missing).
Condition: The frames are separating from the pages
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/14
Item 15: Smithfield Market, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A black card, ring bound scrapbook with red lettering on the front that reads “Smithfield Market”. Inside there are several pages of black or white card with images on them. The first and last pages show an S shaped to an arrow point at its’ top and bottom with a long slant for the centre curve. On the first page the S is in white in the centre of a black square and on the last page the S is in black in the centre of a white square. Four white squares on a black background are on the following page. Each square contains a black S (as described previously) beside a green arrow. The next page contains a series of black lettering either side of a row of numbers on a green background. Finally there is a cockerel’s head made from shapes of coloured paper with the words “The Cock Tavern” in black lettering below it. A black paper frame has been made to surround the cockerel’s head. Two sheets of tracing paper are interspersed among the sheets of card. The first has the names of two companies, British Argentine Meat Co. Ltd. and Armour and Co., printed in black lettering beside a white number printed onto a dark green background forming what appears to be some sort of signage. Each name appears twice once beside the number 203 and then beside the number 222. The second sheet of tracing paper contains a detailed drawing of a building with black lettering, spelling Avenue A, along one wall.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/15
Item 16: Trans Continental Road Freight, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A piece of white card covered in clear plastic. On the card are two examples of a company logo, for Trans Continental Road Freight, with two types of typeface. In the centre of the card is a lorry with the finished design portrayed along the side of its trailer.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/16
Item 17: Woman of Rome - dust jacket for a book, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A design for a dust jacket for a book entitled ‘Woman of Rome’ by Alberto Moravia. The front cover shows a woman with dark hair seated, while on the back cover the woman is still seated, but she has white hair. The whole design is picked out using different shades of purple, brown, white and grey and is mounted on piece of white card.
Condition: Design is coming away from card mounting
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/17
Item 18: Paperclip design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper, with a white, painted design towards either the top or bottom edge. The design forms a band across the paper and resembles the shape of paperclips.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/18
Item 19: Coloured mosaic, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black sheet of paper that has a mosaic design in its centre. The design has been created from red, orange, yellow and purple coloured paper shapes that have been stuck onto the black background.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/20 and AR/01/Gra/002/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/19
Item 20: Black and white mosaic, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper that has a mosaic design in its centre. The design has been created from white paper shapes that have been stuck onto the black background. Each shape has been filled with black lines, like those found on graph paper, in varying degrees of fineness.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/19 and AR/01/Gra/002/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/20
Item 21: Grey mosaic, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper that has a mosaic design in its centre. The design has been created from paper shapes in different shades of grey that have been stuck onto the black background.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/19 and AR/01/Gra/002/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/21
Item 22: The Original Chopin, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A plastic covered poster advertising “The Original Chopin at the Royal Festival Hall Recital Room”. A black and white striped design on the top half of the poster resembles piano keys and the text is printed in black underneath this.  The piano key design has been cut from white card and placed on to a sheet of mid brown paper which is mounted on card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/22
Item 23: An invitation and a flyer, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A brown piece of thick paper with an invitation to an exhibition opening and an advertisement for a newly published book attached to it. The exhibition is of woodcuts and engravings by Leonard Baskin and is to be hosted by St. George’s Gallery Prints. Motif 9 is the title of the just published book which will cost £100 from good booksellers.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/23
Item 24: The Listener, 17th September 1962Add to your cart.
A piece of white card with the design for the front cover of a magazine mounted on it. The magazine is called “The Listener and BBC Television Review” and the design is for the Thursday 17th September 1962 edition, Vol. 67, No. 1732. A picture on the magazine cover shows a person holding a cup or challis and has the caption “Angel in Coventry Cathedral, see Our Contemporary Christ’ below it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/24
Item 25: BBC Radio and Radiovision for Secondary Schools 1979-1980, 1979Add to your cart.
A poster designed to advertise BBC programmes and publications produced for use in schools under the title “BBC Radio and Radiovision for Secondary Schools 1979-1980”. The visual images on the poster show a series of filmstrips with pictures depicting the different types of subject matter available.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/002/25
Box 3: Folder containing drafts of work, 1960sAdd to your cart.
A folder, made from a large sheet of black card, containing drafts of work by Angela for BEA (British European Airways) and the Prudential Assurance Company. The folder is homemade and was originally contained within the green art folder numbered AR/01/Gra/002
Condition: Tear in top edge of back cover
Location: M3 - a (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002 and AR/01/Gra/004
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003
Item 1: Union Jack design, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small, oblong, shaped piece of tracing paper decorated with a partial Union Jack design. The words ‘transporté avec sûreté par pour JAEGER’ are written, using blue and red lettering, on either side of a space for a logo.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/1
Item 2: British European Airways - Fly it BEA Cargo, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A sheet of tracing paper containing a design, drawn in pencil, for a card to request an information booklet from BEA (British European Airways). The title of the booklet is ‘Trade is in the air: an introduction to BEA Cargo’. All around the designs are printing instructions written by hand using a black pen and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/2
Item 3: British European Airways - Compliments slip and Letter heading, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A large sheet of thin paper that has been folded in half and has had two smaller sheets of tracing paper mounted on it. The piece of tracing paper attached to the top half of the paper has the design for a BEA (British European Airways) compliments slip drawn on to it. The company logo, coloured in red, appears in the top centre with the company address aligned to the centre and printed in black below it.  A design for a letter headed sheet of paper is mounted on the lower half of the paper. The company logo, coloured in red, appears in the top right corner with the company address printed in black below it. The words ‘from the Chief Executive’ are written in red lettering, level with the first line of the address, on the left hand side of the design.  All around the designs are printing instructions written by hand using a black pen and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/3
Item 4: British European Airways - BEA Cargo schedules and rates UK to Scandinavia, 1964Add to your cart.
A sheet of tracing paper containing a design, drawn in pencil, for a leaflet giving the BEA (British European Airways) schedules and rates for cargo between the UK and Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The details will be valid from 1st November 1964. All around the design are printing instructions, written by hand using a black pen, and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/4
Item 5: British European Airways - Cabin baggage label, 1964-1965Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two sheets of tracing paper stapled together and containing a design for both sides of a BEA (British European Airways) cabin baggage label. The company logo is shown on the top left hand side in red above the words ‘Cabin Baggage’ in black lettering. Instructions on the reverse side advise that the baggage is to be placed on the floor under the seat. All around the designs are printing instructions, written by hand using a black pen, and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/5
Item 6: British European Airways - BEA Cargo schedules and rates UK to Italy, 1964Add to your cart.
A sheet of tracing paper containing a design, drawn in pencil, for a leaflet giving the BEA (British European Airways) timetables and rates for cargo between the UK and Italy. The details will be valid from 1st November 1964. All around the design are printing instructions, written by hand using a black pen, and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/6
Item 7: British European Airways - Operating manual, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A sheet of tracing paper containing a design, drawn in pencil, for an operating manual for the BEA (British European Airways) Automatic Seat Reservation System. The BEA logo is drawn in the top left hand corner of the page with the title details on a level with it on the right hand side. All around the design are printing instructions, written by hand using a black pen, and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/7
Item 8: Untitled design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A poster sized sheet of thin white paper that is folded in half. Four equal sized panels are drawn across the page in pencil. The second panel is filled with lines drawn closely together. There is no writing or identifying marks to give a clue as to what the design might be or who it is for.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/8
Item 9: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Design for Claim Form (Surrender), 1968Add to your cart.
An A4 sized sheet of white paper headed with the Prudential Assurance Company Ltd. details and the title Claim Form (Surrender). All the lines and lettering on the page are in red ink. On the reverse of the item is a signature in black above the date 27 May 68.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/9
Item 10: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Design for claim form, 28th May 1968Add to your cart.
Three sheets of tracing paper containing the design for both sides of a Claim Form created for the Prudential Assurance Company Limited.  All around the designs are printing instructions, written by hand using a blue, black or red pen, and relating to the type of font, line spacing and line thickness. Blue green and red coloured dots, complete with a key, have also been used. ‘Redone 28 May 68’ is handwritten in pencil on the top sheet.
Condition: Beginning to tear along lower edge
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/003/10
Box 4: Folder containing drawings, sketches and designs, 1960sAdd to your cart.
A folder, made from a large sheet of black card, containing examples of Angela's work including examination entries and her draft design of a poster for the London Underground. The folder is homemade and was originally contained within the green art folder numbered AR/01/Gra/002
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a  (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002 and AR/01/Gra/003
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004
Item 1: Poster design - Time map for the London Underground, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Nine pieces of paper relating to the design of a time map poster for the London underground network. The finished map is to be five foot six inches by four foot six inches in size excluding any margins. An official map of the underground has been used as a starting point for the poster and has been annotated using a black pen. Small sheets of tracing paper have pencilled lines and appear to be rough drafts for the project. A further small sheet of tracing paper complete with the underground logo, key and directions for use seems to be a rough plan for the finished work. Two larger sheets of tracing paper depict a close up of a small area of the map showing the finer detail with the use of colour. The final larger sheet of tracing paper has a coloured line drawing, scaled up from the official map, of the underground routes. A scrap of paper accompanying the drawings contains hand written notes, in black ink, which detail how the time map is to be used.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/
Item 2: Book design - Pioneers of Modern Design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Eleven sheets of poster sized tracing paper stapled together. The sheets contain the design for the lay out of chapter 4, Art Nouveau, in a book entitled ‘Pioneers of Modern Design, by Nikolaus Pevsner. Details are also drawn for the title page, contents page, and list of plates. All of the pages are drawn using pencil with detailed notes relating to the typography contained in the margins of the first five sheets.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/2
Item 3: Examination booklet, 1964Add to your cart.
An examination booklet headed with the words ‘Ministry of Education: the examination for the National Diploma in Design, 1964, Special Subjects’. Page 29 which contains the questions for the typography examination has pencilled annotations on the page.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/3
Item 4: Examination or test instructions, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A piece of paper printed with detailed instructions for completing an examination or test project. The project is to design a paper sample to show a six colour range of cover paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/4
Item 5: Application for Renewal of a Motor Vehicle Licence, 1961Add to your cart.
An example of work, by Angela Reeves, that was entered into a Royal Society of Arts Industrial Art Bursaries Competition. In the top right hand corner is the reference number RF 1A below which are the words ‘Revised April 1961’. The piece of work was entered into the Typography Section of the competition and Angela was twenty-one at the time. Mounted on a piece of thick brown paper the work is a design for an Application for Renewal of a Motor Vehicle Licence. On one side of the paper is the design for the form and on the other side are two sheets of tracing paper providing the typographic details.
Condition: One sheet of paper detached from its' mounting
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/1, AR/01/Gra/002/9, AR/01/Gra/035/39, AR/01/Gra/035/40 and AR/01/Gra/035/41
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/5
Item 6: The London Teacher and schools review, 1962Add to your cart.
A sheet of tracing paper containing the drawing for the front cover of a journal entitled ‘The London Teacher and schools review’. The drawing is in pencil and is for the Volume 80, Number 1301, November 1962 issue. Instructions for the typographic details are written in the margins and the name ‘Angela Reeves’ is pencilled in the top right hand corner of the work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/6
Item 7: London College of Printing - list of annual awards, 1962Add to your cart.
Three sheets of tracing paper containing drawings for the design of the booklet and an acceptance card for the London College of Printing annual awards 1962/3 session. The drawings are mainly in pencil and show designs for the front cover of the booklet and the pages listing External Awards along with the postcard for acceptance of an invitation to attend the ceremony. A blue pencil has been used for the name of the college on the cover, the page headings and types of awards on the External Awards pages and for the instructions on the acceptance card. Details for the typographic arrangement of the work are written in pencil in the margins around the drawings.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/23, AR/01/Gra/021/24, AR/01/Gra/035/4 and

AR/01/Gra/035/37

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/7
Item 8: Mosaic effect tree design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Three, oblong shaped, sheets of thick white paper with the same design, of a tree against a background, stamped onto them using small painted squares in different colours and shades. The same design and mosaic effect was used for the Fisons 1964 calendar.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/002/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/8
Item 9: Black and grey squares, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Two A4 sized sheets of white paper containing designs made out of black and grey square shapes. The shapes have been cut out of paper, painted and stuck on to the white background, in most cases overlapping each other. Some of the shapes have a smaller square, or oblong, cut out of them which in some instances have been stuck on to one of the other squares. The name Angela Reeves is written in pencil on the reverse of each piece of work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/10 and AR/01/Gra/004/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/9
Item 10: Grey and white squares, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Two A4 sized sheets of black painted paper containing designs made out of grey and white square shapes. The shapes have been cut out of paper, painted and stuck on to the black background, in most cases overlapping each other. Some of the shapes have a smaller square, or oblong, cut out of them which in some instances have been stuck on to one of the other squares. The name Angela Reeves is written in pencil on the reverse of each piece of work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/9 and AR/01/Gra/004/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/10
Item 11: Black and white squares, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Two A4 sized sheets of grey painted paper containing designs made out of black and white square shapes. The shapes have been cut out of paper, painted and stuck on to the grey background, in most cases overlapping each other. Some of the shapes have a smaller square, or oblong, cut out of them which in some instances have been stuck on to one of the other squares. The name Angela Reeves is written in pencil on the reverse of each piece of work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/9 and AR/01/Gra/004/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/11
Item 12: Green circles, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A sheet of white paper with a design made up of green circles painted on to it. An outline of a large circle has seven smaller circles, arranged in two rows, painted across it. The name ‘Angela Reeves’ is written in pencil on the reverse of the design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/13, AR/01/Gra/004/14 and AR/01/Gra/004/15
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/12
Item 13: Black circles, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A sheet of white paper with a design made up of black circles painted on to it. Eight circles, arranged in two rows, are painted across the paper. Seven of the circles are painted black and one, which has been cut from piece of thin card and stuck in place, is painted green. The name ‘Angela Reeves’ is written in pencil on the reverse of the design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/12, AR/01/Gra/004/14 and AR/01/Gra/004/15
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/13
Item 14: White circles, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A sheet of black paper with a design made up of white circles painted on to it. Eight circles, arranged in two rows, are painted across the paper. Seven of the circles are of equal size and one is a lot smaller. The name ‘Angela Reeves’ is written in pencil on the reverse of the design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/12, AR/01/Gra/004/13 and AR/01/Gra/004/15
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/14
Item 15: White circles, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A sheet of black paper with a design made up of white circles painted on to it. Seven circles, arranged in two rows, are painted across the paper. An eighth circle is painted above the two rows towards the top left hand corner of the page. The name ‘Angela Reeves’ is written in pencil on the reverse of the design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/12, AR/01/Gra/004/13 and AR/01/Gra/004/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/15
Item 16: Office stationery - George Berridge and Co. Ltd., [1960s]Add to your cart.
Five sheets of tracing paper originally pinned together and containing designs of office stationery for a company named ‘George Berridge and Co. Ltd.’ The designs are all drawn in pencil and include an invoice, a letter head, a business card and a compliments slip. Typographic details for the designs are written in the margins around the drawings.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/16
Item 17: Black and white squares, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Five sheets of paper each containing a design made up using either black squares on a white background, or white squares on a black background. All of the squares used are of equal size and have been cut out of paper and stuck on to the backgrounds. The name Angela Reeves is written in pencil on the reverse of four of the designs.
Condition: One black square has come unstuck
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/17
Item 18: Black L shapes, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A sheet of white paper containing a design using cut out black L shaped pieces of paper. The L shapes have been stuck on to the white background in three rows to form the pattern for the work. ‘Angela Reeves’ is hand written in pencil on the reverse of the design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/18
Item 19: Squares using shades of blue, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of black paper with a design made out of squares stuck on to it. The squares are individually painted using mainly shades of blue, with some grey, green and purple. They form five rows each containing four squares which each measure approximately two inches square.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/19
Item 20: Squares using shades of brown, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of black paper with a design made out of squares stuck on to it. The squares are individually painted using shades of brown and form five rows each containing four squares which each measure approximately two inches square.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/19
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/20
Item 21: Brick work design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of white paper with a design made out of oblong shapes reminiscent of bricks stuck on to it. The squares are individually painted using shades of brown, purple and orange and completely cover the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/21
Item 22: Photograph - taken outside a railway station, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A photograph, in black and white, that was taken from the outside platform of a railway station. The picture shows the track curving away from the platform and entering a tunnel with a row of houses sitting at the top of the embankment across the track.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/23, AR/01/Gra/004/24 and AR/01/Gra/004/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/22
Item 23: Photograph - steam train entering a station, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A photograph, in black and white, that was taken from the inside platform of a railway station. The picture shows the front of the steam engine which has the number 6992 above AO3 written on it. Smoke from the engine is billowing up towards the high vaulted  ceiling of the station.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/22, AR/02/Gra/004/24 and AR/01/Gra/004/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/23
Item 24: Photograph - taken inside a railway station, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A photograph, in black and white, that was taken from the inside of a railway station, looking along platform one.  The picture shows a steam train standing between platforms one and two with lots of people milling about in the foreground. Piles of sacks are standing on the platform waiting to be moved.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/22, AR/02/Gra/004/23 and AR/01/Gra/004/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/24
Item 25: Photograph - taken inside a railway station, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A photograph, in black and white, that was taken from the inside of a railway station, looking down on platforms four, five and six. The picture shows a diesel train arriving on platform four and one leaving from platform six. A steam train at platform five is billowing smoke up towards the high arched ceiling of the station.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/22, AR/01/Gra/004/23 and AR/01/Gra/004/24
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/25
Item 26: Paxton and Whitfield, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A half finished pencil drawing depicting a butcher’s shop front. The name of the shop is Paxton and Whitfield and the number 93 appears at either end of the name which runs across the full width of the shop front.  A dark green and a yellow pen have been used to add colour to the drawing around the window and door frames.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/26
Item 27: James Smith and Sons - painting of shopfront, [1960s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

A painting of a shop called James Smith and Sons that was established in 1830. The shop is part of a building called Hazelwood House and has two large windows either side of the doorway. One of the windows is filled with gentlemen's umbrellas and the other has ladies' umbrellas on display.

The shop is located in London and is still in business today. Its' web pages can be found at: http://www.james-smith.co.uk

Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/28
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/27
Item 28: James Smith and Sons, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An unfinished earlier draft of the painting of a shop called James Smith and Sons. The picture has been painted on to a torn off piece of wallpaper and the colours used give it a much more gloomy feel than the later finished work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/28
Item 29: Office Stationery, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Two sets of office stationery comprising of headed letter paper, business cards and appointment cards. One set is for a dental surgeon and the other is for an optician. A sheet of tracing paper containing the drawings for the business and appointment cards is folded around the finished articles.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/29
Item 30: Design department examination paper, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A Design Department examination paper containing three questions it of which only one has to be answered. The second question, which is to design a change of address card for a company called Hille Limited, and the third question, to design an invitation card for the Southern Region of the British Railways, both have pencil markings around the text to be used in each case.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/30
Item 31: Hille Limited - change of address card, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A change of address card for a company called Hille Limited. The card has been created using black and white lettering on transparent paper and fulfils all the requirements as laid out in question two of the Design Department examination paper.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/30
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/004/31
Box 5: Box containing Angela's artistic tools and ephemera, 1961-2000Add to your cart.
A box containing artists' tools, consisting mainly of rulers and set squares that belonged to Angela. Other items in the box are mainly ephemeral and include invitations, advertising brochures, change of address cards, journals and corporate Christmas cards.
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a  (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005
Item 1: Proportion Wheel, 1967Add to your cart.
A cardboard wheel, with a smaller wheel, that can be turned, attached to it. An oblong shaped window has been cut out of the smaller wheel. Figures representing inches and the words ‘reproduction size’ are printed around the edge of the larger outer wheel, while the smaller inner wheel has the words ‘reduction ratio’ and percentage of ‘original size’ written either side of the window shaped cut out as well as original size beneath the figures, also representing inches, around its’ edge. The proportion wheel was made for Eastern Artists and Drafting Materials Inc., in New York and New Jersey and instructions on how to use it appear on the back. The proportion wheel is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/1
Item 2: Twelve inch ruler, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A ruler marked along the upper edge with 8 point and with 12 inches along the lower edge. On the other side the ruler is marked with 6 point 12 point along the top edge and 10 point 5 point along the bottom edge. The ruler is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/2
Item 3: 300 millimetre ruler, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A rustless chrome face ruler marked on one side with 300 millimetres along the lower edge and 8 point along the upper edge. On the other side 6 point 12 point are marked along the top edge and 10 point 5 point on the bottom edge. The product number A9830 is marked on one side of the ruler which is contained in a plastic sleeve and is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/3
Item 4: Twelve inch ruler, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A rustless chrome face ruler marked on one side with 12 inches along the lower edge and 8 point on the upper edge. On the other side it is marked with 6 point 12 point along the top edge and 10 point 5 point along the lower edge. The product number No476R is marked on one side. The ruler is contained in a plastic sleeve along with a cardboard insert, and is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work. The sleeve has space for a total of four rulers altogether.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/4
Item 5: Twelve inch ruler, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A rustless chrome face ruler marked on one side with 12 inches along the lower edge and 8 point along the upper edge. On the other side it is marked with 6 point 12 point along the top edge and 10 point 5 point along the lower edge. The product number No476R is marked on one side. The ruler is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/5
Item 6: Twelve inch ruler, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A plastic, wooden look, ruler marked with 12 inches along the upper edge which is identified as full size and with 24 half inches along the lower edge identified as half size. The ruler is marked on one side only with a raised central ridge which has a metal shape screwed to each end. A number, 2711 c, is marked on the centre of the ruler along with the company name, Charles Bruning Co. Inc. The ruler is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: A small piece has been chipped off from the top left hand corner
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/6
Item 7: Large circle template, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A soft, plastic, large circle template marked with the RapiDesign logo and the number No. 140. A note at the bottom of the template says that there is a pencil allowance on all holes. There are 45 holes on the template ranging from one sixteenth to 2¼ inches in diameter. The template is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/7
Item 8: Six inch set square, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A clear plastic set square made by Unique with a number 2-546B marked on it. There are no other number marked on the item which measures six inches along both the horizontal and the vertical edges. The set square is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/8
Item 9: Eight inch set square, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A clear plastic set square made by Geliot-Whitman Ltd. There are no other numbers marked on the item which measures eight inches along both its horizontal and its vertical edges. The set square is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/9
Item 10: Eight inch by fourteen inch set square, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A clear plastic set square made by Unique with the number 3614B marked on it. There are no other numbers marked on the item which measures eight inches along its’ horizontal edge and fourteen inches along its’ vertical edge. The set square is one of the tools that Angela used in the course of her work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/10
Item 11: Hard-backed blue covered booklet - Bradbury Wilkinson and Co. Ltd, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A small, hard backed, booklet which has a navy blue cover with no title details. The booklet is advertising different colours of ink available for use in printing. The pages of the book are each separated by a page of tracing paper. Each page shows a picture of a windmill close to a river bank below the words ‘Bradbury Wilkinson and Co. Ltd., New Malden, Surrey, England. Each page depicts a different colour and they are numbered 1 to 25 in their lower left hand corner with the colour of the ink used in the lower right hand corner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/11
Item 12: Continental Anchor - holiday custom cards, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A white folded card on good quality paper with an embossed snow flake design in the centre bordered with a silver edge. The card, from Continental Anchor Ltd., was sent to encourage sales of custom cards for the holiday. A white envelope, accompanying the card, has Continental Anchor Ltd., along with the address, in silver lettering on top left hand side of the flap and on the bottom right hand side of the flap are the words ‘Fine Engraving since 1890’.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/12
Item 13: Red thank-you card and white envelope, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A red card with the words Thank You printed in a central square in white letters. The background of this square has 'thank you' printed many times in small capital letters with an embossed larger thank you across the centre in fancy italic lettering. The card is accompanied by a white envelope.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/13
Item 14: Brown embossed Christmas card, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A brown coloured card with a design of thistles embossed onto its centre. This design was first created in 1914 for the Blanford Deckle Edge Book Paper Swatchbook, indicated in gold lettering on the back of the card. Inside, a white piece of card printed with gold lettering wishes joy, peace and friendship for the holiday season and throughout the coming year from Strathmore Papers. This has been stuck onto the inside back of the card and is signed by Mary Ellen and Sally.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/14
Item 15: Red embossed Christmas card, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A red embossed card that has a thistle design, picked out in gold, on the centre of the left hand edge which forms a flap from which the card opens out. The thistle design has the word season’s above it and the word greetings below it. This design is continued across the front of the card in small embossed squares. Inside the card a white piece of card is attached to the back of the flap and is printed with gold lettering wishing joy, peace and friendship for the holiday season and throughout the coming year from Strathmore Papers. It is signed by Mary Ellen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/15
Item 16: Gold embossed cream card, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A cream card with a gold embossed design in the centre. Words printed at the top of the design say Top to Top and at the bottom of the design PepsiCo. Inside the card is blank.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/16
Item 17: Maroon change of address card, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A maroon coloured card from Strathmore and Beckett Papers. The card has a very small copy of an American coin (Roosevelt Dime) glued to the centre front of it. Inside the card under the heading ‘There’s been a small change in New York’ is the new address for Strathmore and Beckett Papers. The phone numbers for Mary Ellen Donohue and Sally Kenyon are included.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/17
Item 18: White embossed invitation card, 1993Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A white card, embossed with Lily of the Valley plants in its centre. The design of the cover was inspired by ‘Muguet de Mai’ a watercolour on vellum by Pierre Joseph Redoute, botanical artist to Empress Josephine. Inside, printed in gold, is an invitation to a champagne reception and preview of the new collection from Van Cleef and Arpels. The date of the reception is Thursday May 6, 1993.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/18
Item 19: Soft-backed booklet - Image Value, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A booklet, with a soft cover, that has numbers in different sizes covering it. The booklet is entitled Image Value, with the words in small gold letters at the top and bottom of the cover. In the centre of the cover is a dark green oblong with a face made out of numbers depicted in its’ centre. The numbers making up the face are embossed in gold. Inside the book contains examples of the finest engraved corporate identity materials in North America. Interspersed amongst the corporate logos some of the attitudes of business executives to the corporate identities are documented.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/gra/005/19
Item 20: White folded envelope containing four sheets of card, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A white envelope with a circular seal that has the letters CA embossed on it in gold. Inside the envelope are four sheets of sticky back card, two in red and two in green. Each piece of card has four cut out shapes, a circle, a square, a triangle and a hexagon, for peeling off on them. Each of the shapes has a word or words in white lettering across its centre. The words are Peace, Joy, Happy Holidays, Ho! Ho! Ho!, Best Wishes, Season’s Greetings, Love and Happy New Year.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/20
Item 21: Willmann Paper Company Inc. Second Annual Designer Fete invitation, 1992Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An invitation to the Second Annual Designer Fete, for a champagne lunch and exhibition on 22nd October 1992, from Willmann Paper Company Inc.. The invitation is covered with a textured paper cover with a scene, printed in red, across its’ centre depicting naked young boys working. Inside the cover is another transparent cover with a Grecian pillar printed on either side. Enclosed with the invitation is a card for reply which has the scene printed across the top of it. The recipient is asked to reply before October 15, 1992.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/21
Item 22: Continental Anchor Ltd. - holiday custom cards, 1998Add to your cart.
An embossed and engraved card from Continental Anchor Limited advertising a 10% discount on orders placed before 15th October 1998 to ‘create an unusual and memorable holiday wish for clients, prospects and friends’. The inside of the card is blue with white lettering while on the outer front cover the blue background is covered in small white stars. A white translucent card covers the blue inner and has the words ‘Star Light Star Light’ embossed on the front and ‘First Star I see’ on the back. The card is contained in a translucent envelope which has several blue stars scattered along its’ top edge and is addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff and Geismar Inc., 15 East 26 Street, New York, NY 10010.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/23
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/22
Item 23: Continental Anchor Ltd. - holiday custom cards, 1998Add to your cart.
An embossed and engraved card from Continental Anchor Limited advertising a 10% discount on orders placed before 15th October 1998 to ‘create an unusual and memorable holiday wish for clients, prospects and friends’. The inside of the card is blue with white lettering while on the outer front cover the blue background is covered in small white stars. A white translucent card covers the blue inner and has the words ‘Star Light Star Light’ embossed on the front and ‘First Star I see’ on the back. The card is contained in a translucent envelope which has several blue stars scattered along its’ top edge.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/23
Item 24: Evans Life Foundation - booklet and envelope, 1992Add to your cart.

A small booklet which celebrates the fifth anniversary of Evan’s Life Foundation, a non-profit organisation set up by Pat and Greg Samata to provide help and support to children. Pat and Greg Samata set up the foundation following the loss of their son. The book is a graphic representation of the work the foundation has accomplished and was sent to Angela by the Fine Arts Engraving Company. The envelope containing the booklet is made of red card and addressed to ‘Ms. Angela Reeves, Chermayeff and Geismar Inc., 15 East 26th Street 12th Flr.

New York, NY 10010-1505.

More details about the Evans Life Foundation and how to make donations to it can be found at: http://www.evanslife.org

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/24
Item 25: Soft-backed booklet from the Technical School for the Printing and Allied Trades, Utrecht, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
A small green covered booklet, that is contained in a folded buff coloured card envelope. The booklet was produced by the staff and students of the Technical School for the Printing and Allied Trades in Utrecht. Its' function is to demonstrate how the school keeps up to date with new requirements and developments to ensure the continued progress of the printing industry.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/25
Item 26: Lida Lopes Cardoza - Glass and Engraver, 1983Add to your cart.
A small grey covered booklet with the words ‘Lida Lopes Cardozo Glass and Engraver with emphasis on lettering Cambridge 1983’ in black lettering on the front. The booklet explains how to engrave onto glass objects. Inside the front and continued on the back flap is a short résumé of Lida Lopes Cardozo’s career.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/26
Item 27: HGV Visual Identities - booklet, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
An orange covered booklet with the words ‘HGV visual identities’ in black lettering on the front. The booklet contains a sample of the visual identities designed by HGV for a broad range of organisations. Inside the booklet is an orange card with a short message to Angela, hoping she is well and a promise to phone her soon from Pierre.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/27
Item 28: The Bookplate Journal, September 1987Add to your cart.
A complete issue of the Bookplate Journal, volume 5, number 2, September 1987.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/29 and AR/01/Gra/005/30
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/28
Item 29: The Bookplate Journal, March 1991Add to your cart.
A complete issue of the Bookplate Journal, volume 9, number 1, March, 1991
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/28 and AR/01/Gra/005/30
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/29
Item 30: The Bookplate Journal, September 1991Add to your cart.
A complete issue of the Bookplate Journal, volume 9, number 2, September, 1991
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/28 and AR/01/Gra/005/29
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/30
Item 31: Blackburn, Young and Haykel promotional catalogue, [1961-2000]Add to your cart.
‘You never get a second chance to make a first Impression’ is the title embossed on the white cover of a spiral bound promotional catalogue. The catalogue was produced by BlackburnYoungHaykel and is promoting their expertise in developing corporate identities for their clients.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/31
Item 32: Table Manners for Children, 1990Add to your cart.
A small hard-backed book with a buff coloured paper cover. The title details are surrounded by a decorative frame and read ‘Table Manners for Children Stans puer ad mensam By John Lydgate’. Complete with an introduction, this book contains a reproduction of a pamphlet printed by William Caxton in 1476 on his Westminster Press. This offset edition was published by the Wynkyn de Worde Society in 1990 with the permission of Walter Partridge of Perdix Press who published a limited edition of the work in 1989.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: Ar/01/Gra/005/32
Item 33: 'de Worde - The journal of the Wynkyn de Worde Society, 2001Add to your cart.
A complete issue of  ‘’de Worde the journal of the Wynkyn de Worde Society’ volume 8, number 1, December 2001.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/33
Item 34: Founder's London A-Z, 1998Add to your cart.
A publication entitled ‘Founder’s London A-Z a showing and synopsis of ITC Founder’s Caslon’ put together by the European Friends of the St. Bride Printing Library provides an insight into the history of the printing industry in London. The publication is printed using a pre-release version of ITC (International Typeface Corporation of New York) Founder’s Caslon typeface for the first time. In September 1998 250 copies were presented to the Wynkyn de Worde Society by the printer Cloister press, the type-founder presented 500 copies to ATypI, Lyon, in October 1998 and there were 250 copies for the Friends of the St. Bride Printing Library. The publication is accompanied by a compliments slip from the Cloister Press which bears the handwritten words ‘Best wishes, Philip’ in blue ink.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/34
Item 35: Alpha Workshop booklet, [1999]Add to your cart.
A small buff covered booklet written as a testimonial to Sebastian Brooke who set up the Alpha Workshop in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The workshop was founded in 1999 and the booklet showcases several pieces of Sebastian Brooke’s work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/35
Item 36: The Devil's Pi, 1967Add to your cart.
The Devil’s Pi by Eli Cantor was printed as a Christmas keepsake for the Friends of the Composing Room, Inc., New York in 1967. With illustrations by Milton Glaser the book has a red hard cover with the title in gold embossed lettering.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/36
Item 37: News at Ten, 1998Add to your cart.
News at Ten is a red covered hard bound book produced by HGV Design Consultants to celebrate the company’s tenth anniversary. The book contains a news headline from the ten years 1988 – 1998 on each page along with an illustration of that headline. A bookmark with the book has prices of every day items and some statistics from 1988 on one side and the same items with their 1998 equivalents on the other side. Enclosed in the cover of the book is a compliments slip which reads ‘I hope you are well, Love Pierre’. Pierre has also written ‘To Angela, Love Pierre’ on the first page of the book.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/37
Item 38: School of Visual Arts New York Prospectus, 2000Add to your cart.
The Interior Design Department of the School of Visual Arts, New York, prospectus for the year 2000. Brightly coloured in using shades of orange and yellow the prospectus is a soft covered booklet with two holes punched in its' left hand side. It contains examples of floor plans, elevations and perspectives taken from senior thesis projects and quick sketch assignments.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: Ar/01/Gra/005/38
Item 39: The Puffin Book of Lettering, 1961Add to your cart.
The Puffin Book of Lettering, written by Tom Gourdie, is number 117 in the Puffin Picture Book series. This small booklet looks at the size and space of lettering as well as different alphabet styles. A price of 2/6 (two shillings and sixpence) is printed on the front cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/39
Item 40: Update - Newell and Sorrell, [1996]Add to your cart.
A document produced by Newell and Sorrell, which documents their design work for the royal Mail over a twelve year period from 1984 when they were commissioned to design a set of stamps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the British Council. Angela Reeves is mentioned on page 4 under the title Growing knowledge.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/41
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/40
Item 41: Royal Mail Postcard, [1996]Add to your cart.
A Royal Mail postcard, designed by Newell and Sorrell that accompanied the ‘Update’ document. The postcard has the words ‘Dear Angela, I hope you find this ‘Update’ interesting, John’ written on the back in blue ink.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/40
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/41
Item 42: The Utopian Papers Number 12, 1999Add to your cart.
Time for Change, by Heather Rabbatts, was the subject of a talk she gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in March 1999. At the end of the book are the questions and answers from the opportunity given at the end of the talk for the audience to ask their questions. This publication is number 12 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/43, AR/01/Gra/005/44 and AR/01/Gra/005/45
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/42
Item 43: The Utopian Papers Number 15, 1999Add to your cart.
Time to make a Difference, by Jennie Page, was the subject of a talk she gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in November 1999. At the end of the book are the questions and answers from the opportunity given at the end of the talk for the audience to ask their questions. This publication is number 15 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/42, AR/01/Gra/005/44 and AR/01/Gra/005/45
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/43
Item 44: The Utopian Papers Number 16, 2000Add to your cart.
Changing Lives, by David Constantine, was the subject of a talk he gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in February 2000. At the end of the book are the questions and answers from the opportunity given at the end of the talk for the audience to ask their questions. This publication is number 16 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/42, AR/01/Gra/005/43 and AR/01/Gra/005/45
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/44
Item 45: The Utopian Papers Number 17, 2000Add to your cart.
Just Doing It, by Adam Crozier, was the subject of a talk he gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in May 2000. At the end of the book are the questions and answers from the opportunity given at the end of the talk for the audience to ask their questions. This publication is number 17 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/005/42, AR/01/Gra/005/43 and AR/01/Gra/005/44
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/005/45
Box 6: Box containing Pentagram publications and examples of typefaces., 1970-1998Add to your cart.
Box containing annual Christmas greetings booklets mainly sent from Pentagram Designs, Pentagram Papers and examples of typefaces from the Monotype Corporation Limited. The contents of this box were packaged in the same container as  box 7 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a  (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006
Item 1: A primer for commercial children, [1969-1970]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a black cover enclosed in a black folded card envelope with a red circular sticker-seal. It was produced by Crosby Fletcher Forbes. The title of the booklet on the front and the company name on the back are in white letters on the black background. Inside the booklet each page has a letter of the alphabet and a small company logo, printed in black on white paper. Each letter of the alphabet and logo represents two companies. There is a list on the last page of the booklet giving the names of the companies the letters and logos represent. Enclosed with the booklet is a red card headed Happy Christmas and a viable New Year Crosby/Fletcher/Forbes. Beneath is a typewritten list of 27 names. The envelope is addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff Geismar Associates, New York. 10022, which was her place of work between 1969 and 1973. Item AR/01/Gra/006/2 is a duplicate of this item but is addressed to Angela at her home.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/006/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/1
Item 2: A primer for commercial children, [1969-1970]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a black cover enclosed in a black folded card envelope with a red circular sticker-seal. It was produced by Crosby Fletcher Forbes. The title of the booklet on the front and the company name on the back are in white letters on the black background. Inside the booklet each page has a letter of the alphabet and a small company logo, printed in black on white paper. Each letter of the alphabet and logo represents two companies. There is a list on the last page of the booklet giving the names of the companies the letters and logos represent. The envelope is addressed to Angela Reeves' apartment at 6D, 508 East 78 Street, New York. Item AR/01/Gra/006/1 is a duplicate of this item but is addressed to Angela at her place of work.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/006/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/2
Item 3: Six domino puzzles, 1987Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small white booklet with a picture a black domino, the double three, on the front cover. It was designed by Pentagram and printed by CTD. The booklet contains six different puzzles using dominoes. The brief instructions appear on the left page with a picture of the dominoes on the opposite page. The answers are on the final two pages. The last page has the addresses of the three Pentagram offices. Inside the back cover is a card headed 'Greetings from Pentagram 1987' below which is a sub-heading of London followed by a list of names. On the other side of the card, again under a heading of 'Greetings from Pentagram 1987', are two more sub-headings, New York and San Francisco, each followed by a further list of names.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/3
Item 4: Mora "the play of love", 1982Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a picture of a pointing finger and the word 'two' in a speech bubble on the front cover. The booklet is all about how to play and strategies for the simple game of Mora which can be played with forfeits, money or chips. A paragraph on the first page provides some details about the origins of the game. Inside the front cover is a printed card headed, 'Greetings from Pentagram.' 'London' is a sub-heading and is followed by a list of printed names and on the back of the card is the heading 'New York' and there is another list of names. The date at the bottom of the card is 1982.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/4
Item 5: Paper puzzles, 1985Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with the title Paper Puzzles in small black print on a cream background. The booklet contains six puzzles with the task described on the left page and push out shapes to complete the task on the opposite page. All of the answers are shown on the last two pages. It was designed by Pentagram and printed by Bookbuilders. A card accompanying the booklet is headed 'Greetings from Pentagram 1985' on both sides with 'London' and a list of names on one side and 'New York and San Francisco' on the other followed by two more lists of names respectively.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/5
Item 6: Mrs Beeton's cake recipes 1872, 1972Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The booklet has a yellow cover and the title is written in black ink. Beneath the main title are the words for 'Christmas cake see page 8' enclosed in parentheses. The booklet contains 47 of Mrs Beeton’s cake recipes. The back cover is printed with the words 'Pentagram Season’s Greetings 1972'. A yellow card with the booklet has 'Greetings from' printed at the top followed by a list of names.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/6
Item 7: Portfolio from Pentagram - Lorenzo Apicella, 1998Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Lorenzo Apicella/Pentagram – a small booklet portfolio showing some of the work of Lorenzo Apicella an architect, interior and exhibit designer. The portfolio is in an envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at her place of work, Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. in New York. An accompanying card explains that Lorenzo Apicella and Angus Hyland, a graphic designer whose small portfolio is also in the envelope, have just become recent additions to the partnership at Pentagram’s London office.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/7
Item 8: Portfolio from Pentagram - Angus Hyland, 1998Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Angus Hyland/Pentagram – a small booklet portfolio showing some of the work of Angus Hyland a graphic designer. The portfolio is in an envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at her work place, Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. in New York. An accompanying card explains that Angus Hyland and Lorenzo Apicella, whose small portfolio is also in the envelope, have just become recent additions to the partnership at Pentagram’s London office.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/8
Item 9: Christmas 1984, 1984Add to your cart.
A booklet with a red cover picturing a hand bell in white on the front and back covers. The booklet contains pictures of men dressed as Santa raising money for the Sidewalk Santas programme, run by Volunteers of America, to help the homeless over the Christmas period. A message on the inside of the back cover reads “The folks at Anthony Russell join together in wishing you the best of the Holiday season from New York City” followed by a list of names. The booklet is inside an envelope, sent by airmail from America and addressed to Angela Reeves, Design Co-ordinator, The Post Office, Finsbury Square, London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/9
Item 10: Bloomsbury a moving story, 1984Add to your cart.
The booklet has a white background with a repeated pattern of small red factories. The title is printed on the front in black on within a white box. It was produced to inform people that Trickett Associates and Trickett and Webb have moved to new offices in Bloomsbury. Inside there is a map of where the new premises are and there is a brief description of the factory. There is also a small bookmark accompanying the booklet which has the new address of the factory printed on to it. The envelope containing the booklet is addressed to Angela Reeves, Post Office, Design Division, Finsbury Square, London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/10
Item 11: A seasonal reminder of Christmas past and for Christmas presents, 1986Add to your cart.
A small booklet with a picture of a four pocket correspondence wallet, printed on to a white background, on the front cover. The items advertised inside the booklet are to provide ideas for gifts for family and friends, and have been taken from the 1935 Army and Navy Catalogue. They are black and white illustrations with a brief description. A card inside the booklet, with a picture of holly leaves and berries, says 'Seasonal Greetings from Darrell Ireland'. The booklet is in an envelope, franked 18th December 1986 and addressed to Angela Reeves at the Post Office, Finsbury Square, London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/11
Item 12: 12 Interpretations of water, [1990s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet of pictures, by ten famous artists, showing their different interpretations of water. The back cover of the booklet has the address of the London Docklands Development Corporation printed on it. The booklet was designed by Pentagram and printed by CTD. An unmarked white envelope contains the booklet.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/12
Item 13: Greetings from Pentagram, 1983Add to your cart.
A folded white card with red writing that says 'Greetings from Pentagram/London' followed by a list of names. Below the names is the date, 1983. On the back of the card, again in red, are the words 'Greetings from Pentagram/New York' and again followed by a list of names and the date. Inside the card is covered with signatures, printed in dark blue. Some of them belong to the people listed for London and New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/13
Item 14: Ladle rat rotten hut, 1998Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a white cover that has pictures of a ladle and a rat printed on it in black. The sub-title reads 'Ladle Rat Rotten Hut. A story to read out loud by H.L. Chace' and was first published in 1940 in a book entitled 'Anguish Languish' by H.L. Chace. 'Ladle Rat Rotten Hut' is a take-off of Little Red Riding Hood and was written as an exercise for Mr. Chace’s students at Miami University, Ohio. A folded card with the booklet reads 'Greetings from Pentagram 1998' and inside there are lists of names beneath each of the headings, London, New York, San Francisco and Austin. Both the card and the booklet are in a white envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff and Geismar Inc., New York. The envelope was franked in New York on 6th December 1998.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/14
Item 15: Three winners of The Leonardo Trophy, 1985Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet that has a black cover with the title printed in white letters. The full title reads 'Three Winners of the Leonardo Trophy at the 1st International Paper Airplane Competition'. Inside the front cover is a paragraph briefly explaining about the competition. Inside the booklet three of the winning entries are shown along with step-by-step instructions on how to make them. Each page is picture of the paper showing where to make a fold. The photography was by Peter Wood, plates by Melbourne Graphics and printed by Gavin Martin Ltd. A yellow card with the booklet reads 'Greetings from Pentagram 1985' followed by two lists of names, one beneath the heading 'London' and the other beneath the heading 'New York'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/15
Item 16: Yrs sincerely, [1990s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Small booklet with a blue cover and the words 'yrs sincerely' printed in white handwriting. The booklet opens landscape rather than portrait. Following an introduction, with the heading 'The Hidden Meaning of your Signature', the booklet contains the analysis of the signatures of ten famous twentieth century personalities. Each double spread has the analysis in red ink on the top page and the signature in blue in on the bottom page.  It was designed by Pentagram and printed by Thompson & Tompkins Limited.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/16
Item 17: A fortunate hand, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a red cover and the title 'A fortunate hand' printed in white capitals. The booklet is about palmistry and gives a brief overview of the science on the first page under the heading 'Your life in your hands'. It describes the different types of hands and the meanings of the four main lines found on the hands. On the back cover are the words 'Designed by Pentagram Printed by Litho 2000'. A white card with green writing is with the booklet, which reads 'Greetings from Pentagram London 1984' on one side and 'Greetings from Pentagram New York 1984' on the other. Underneath each heading is a list of names.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/17
Item 18: Take a piece of string, 1980Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a red cover and the title is printed in grey lettering. There is also an illustration of two hands making a string figure. The booklet is landscape rather than portrait. On the first page there is a brief introduction to the art of string figures. The second and third pages explain how to get started and there are four illustrations. The following sixteen pages show how to do eight more string figures, with the explanation on the top page and the illustration on the bottom page. A red card with grey printed writing is with the booklet. On one side of the card are the words 'Greetings from Pentagram London 1980' followed by a list of names and on the other side the words 'Greetings from Pentagram New York 1980' are also followed by a list of names.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/18
Item 19: Science Amusante, 1979Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a red cover has the title printed in cream lettering; full title 'Science Amusante. With acknowledgments to Professor Hoffman and M.Poyet'. The first page introduces the contents as being a few excerpts from the book 'Science Amusante', which was published at the end of the nineteenth century in Paris. Each of the extracts is concerned with a scientific reaction around a natural law such as optics, hydrostatics or pneumatics; for example how to balance an egg on a bottle neck. The left hand page, explaining how to perform the trick, is accompanied by an illustration on the right hand page. A red card is with the booklet and is headed 'Greetings from Pentagram:' followed by a list of names. At the bottom of the card is the date 1979.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/19
Item 20: Puzzles and Games for Safety Matches, [1980s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a yellow cover entitled 'Puzzles and games for safety matches'. The title is printed on to and completes the image of a box of safety matches. On the page just inside the front cover the title is printed again above the words 'from Pentagram' followed by the company's address. The booklet contains nine puzzles performed using matches and all of the answers are provided on the last page. The left hand pages explain  the puzzle and the right hand pages provide the picture. With the booklet is a yellow card headed with the words 'Greetings from' and is followed by a list of names.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/20
Item 21: Six ways to fold a table-napkin, 1981Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a grey cover and a picture of a dinner place setting on the front, with gold embossed cutlery. The first page of the booklet is a list of contents and the following two pages have some introductory words. The rest of the booklet contains instructions, with diagrams, for six different ways to fold a table-napkin. Printed on the back cover are the illustrators' names; Jane Lewis and Roger Taylor; and the printer; CTD Printers Ltd. The booklet was designed by Pentagram. A white card with the booklet has the heading 'Greetings from Pentagram' and two sub-headings, 'London' and 'New York', followed by lists of names. The date at the bottom of the reverse side of the card is 1981.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/21
Item 22: A book of rhyming slang, 1975Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small brown booklet with a darker brown oblong border surrounding the title which is also printed in dark brown lettering. A short explanation that the booklet is an 'introduction to a linguistic game played by cockneys' is contained on the first page. Below the introduction is the name and address of the Pentagram company. The booklet is in the form of a dictionary with the rhyming slang word or phrase on the left hand side of the page and its' translation on the right hand side. A cream card with the booklet has the words 'Greetings from' followed by a list of names with corresponding job titles and surrounded by a brown oblong border.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/22
Item 23: Patience Games for Playing Cards, [1980s]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small green booklet with a circle of red playing cards around the title, which is printed in black. After a brief introduction the instructions for playing nine different kinds of patience are given on the left hand pages, with an illustration of the game on the right hand pages. The booklet was designed by Pentagram and printed by Syon Print England. A green card with the booklet is headed 'Greetings from Pentagram' below which is a list of names and corresponding job titles. At the bottom of the card are two addresses for Pentagram, one in London and the other in Zurich.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/23
Item 24: An A-Z of Limericks, 1978Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a green cover and a Limerick in the centre of the cover, which is printed in cream lettering. The booklet contains a limerick for each letter of the alphabet, with three limericks on each page. There is a white card with the booklet, which is headed 'Greetings from:' and is followed by a list of names. Inside the back cover is the name and addresses of the Pentagram company. Many of the limmericks printed in this booklet are quite risqué.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/24
Item 25: Let's build a monument, 1987Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A booklet with a black cover on which is printed, in white, the title and a diagram of a building. Writing inside the cover details that the drawing is from 'The strife of Love on a Dreame' by Francesco Colonna, 1499. The book is about changes in the architecture of towns and cities through the ages and what the future architecture in our towns and cities could or should look like. Colour and black and white photos and drawings of different architectural features from around the world are used to illustrate points made in the text. It is copyright of Theo Crosby, designed and published by Pentagram, printed  by Pennington Litho Limited.
Condition: Good, slight white mark on the front and back cover
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006/26, AR/01/GRA/006/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/25
Item 26: The Battle of Britain Monument, 1987Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A booklet with a black cover on which is printed, in white, the title and a small picture of Pedro Guedes’ Proportional analysis of the Monument. The booklet talks about the reasons for building a monument to commemorate the Battle of Britain and looks at why the position chosen for it is important. Pictures and photographs of monuments from around the world are used to illustrate the text and some of the early sketches for the monument are also pictured. The booklet is by Prof. Michael Sandle, Theo Crosby and Pedro Guedes of Pentagram design. The text inside the back cover lists who was responsible for various designs, photographs and drawings of the monument.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006/25, AR/01/GRA/006/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/26
Item 27: A letter, 1987Add to your cart.
A letter from Theo Crosby, of Pentagram Design, dated 14th September 1987. The letter expresses the opinion that the reader might like to see the enclosed little books, which give the background and thinking behind the proposals for the Battle of Britain Monument. The letter is not addressed to anyone. The sender address is the Pentagram Design Limited office in London.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006/25, AR/01/GRA/006/26
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/27
Item 28: Unilever House: Towards a new ornament, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A booklet that describes the first stages of the refurbishment project carried out at Unilever House, Blackfriars, London. The booklet contains several photographs and diagrams of features of the refurbishment, which was carried out by a design team from Pentagram Design. The booklet, which has a black cover with a stained glass window design on the front, is the ninth in the series of Pentagram Papers. A compliments slip from Pentagram Design is inside the booklet, with 'With compliments' handwritten in black pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/28
Item 29: Unilever House: Towards a new ornament, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A booklet that describes the first stages of the refurbishment project carried out at Unilever House, Blackfriars, London. The booklet contains several photographs and diagrams of features of the refurbishment, which was carried out by a design team from Pentagram Design. The booklet, which has a black cover with a stained glass window design on the front, is the ninth in the series of Pentagram Papers.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/29
Item 30: 1211 North LaSalle, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with a picture of a plaque on the front, whose first two lines read 'Homage to the Chicago School of Architecture'. Inside the front cover the text tells the reader about Richard Haas - an architect - and Francois Robert - the photographer that captured Richard's work. There is a subtitle of 'A building transformed'. The booklet records, in photographs, taken over a ninety day period by Robert, the transformation of a Chicago apartment building. At the back of the booklet a single page gives a brief description of the project. This booklet is the tenth in the series of Pentagram Papers.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/30
Item 31: The city of tomorrow: model 1937, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title printed in white on the front. The booklet is by Jeffrey L. Meikle and examines the model by Norman Bel Geddes of the City of Tomorrow commissioned by the Shell Oil Company in 1937. Inside the front cover is a short biography of Geddes. There are a few black and white photographs to accompany the text. The last page is a list of endnotes. This booklet is the eleventh in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/31
Item 32: Olivier Mourgue's little theatre of design, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title printed in small white letters on the front along with a cartoon illustration of the Little Theatre. Inside the cover is some information about Olivier Morgue. There is an introduction, by Olivier Mourgue, which is illustrated with line-drawn cartoons. This is followed by photographs of his Little Theatre of Design. The pictures were taken in Pentagram’s New York office one evening in 1984 by Jon Naar. Olivier Mourgue called in to the office and proceeded to give an impromptu performance with his Little Theatre of Design for those present. Translation of the introduction was carried out by Mark Thompson. This booklet is the twelfth in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/32
Item 33: Imprimeries Clandestines, 1986Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title printed in white on the front cover. The words 'Le point' and 'Lanzac par souillac (Lot)' are also on the front cover, at the bottom. On the inside of the cover is a little explanation of the booklet. It is a reproduction of an edition of 'Le Point', a publication by French printers who went underground to preserve their liberty during Nazi occupation. The publication was discovered by English designer David King in a second-hand bookshop in Paris. The title on the first page is 'Underground Presses' with the date XXXI March 1945.  At the bottom of the page is printed 'Le Point: an arts and literary review published every two months, Sixth Year, Lanzac, par Souillac (Lot)'.  It is translated by Mark Thompson with photographs by Robert Droisneau, this booklet is the thirteenth booklet in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/33
Item 34: Stars and Stripes, 1987Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title printed in white across a picture of the American flag. The booklet contains photographs of part of a collection of American flags belonging to Kit Hinrich a partner in Pentagram’s San Francisco office. Barry Robinson took the photographs and Delphine Hirasuna provided the text for this booklet, which is number 14 in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/34
Item 35: Through the window, 1988Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title in white lettering underneath an illustration of a couple sitting at a table on a train, in front of a window. The booklet is a reprint of the first section, of “Through the Window: Paddington to Penzance” by the Great Western Railway. First printed in 1924 and reprinted in 1927, the original booklet was compiled and produced by Ed. J. Burrow and Co. Ltd. for the Great Western Railway. Each stage of the train journey is described with details of the main features and points of interest as seen through the window of the train’s carriages. This booklet is number 15 in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/35
Item 36: Nifty Places. The Australian rural mailbox, [1998]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A black covered booklet with the title in white lettering and an illustration of a milk churn, made to look like a pig, being used as a mailbox. The booklet contains photographs, taken by Cal Swann, of numerous Australian mailboxes. Oil drums, milk churns, fridges and plastic containers of all kinds are featured in the booklet. Some are decorated or painted while others are left unadorned. A first and last page of text gives some information about the photographs taken mainly in the southern half of Australia, from Perth to Sydney. This booklet is number 27 in the Pentagram Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/36
Item 37: Twenty-one classic type faces, [1980s-1990s]Add to your cart.
A cream coloured booklet with a black and red printed title page and a red coat of arms printed in the centre of the cover. The booklet contains samples of twenty-one different type faces with a brief description of their origins. The booklet was produced by the Monotype Corporation Limited, London. The original was produced in the 1940s, but this appears to be a reproduction as it is held together with modern staples.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/37
Item 38: Joanna, [1980s-1990s]Add to your cart.
A folded card pamphlet with a cream coloured background containing black print and an orange oblong shape with the word Joanna in cream. Joanna is a type of font used in printing and the card contains examples of how the type face looks when used. The text on the front cover gives information on the original designer and purpose. The pamphlet was produced by the Monotype Corporation Limited. The pamphlet was originally released in 1937, though this copy is probably a reproduction.
Condition: Good, slight tear in the front cover at the bottom
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/38
Item 39: Rococo, 1993Add to your cart.
A folded card pamphlet that advertises the Rococo style of borders and typographic ornamentation available from the Monotype Corporation. The front cover has a decorative  border in blue and black and has a subtitle of 'A selection of printing ornaments from the eighteenth century'. Inside is a double page spread of the ornaments and a box of text explaining a little about typographic ornament from this time. The back cover is another example.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/39
Item 40: Books on the Graphic Arts and related subjects form Westerham Press, [1978]Add to your cart.
A small booklet from Hurtwood Publications containing eight titles on Graphic Arts and related subjects from Westerham Press. Printed on the front and back covers are examples of type-faces in different languages, in black ink on white paper. The title of the booklet is printed in red at the bottom of the front cover. Each page gives the title of a book, a brief summary and information on its publication details, its dimensions, price and ISBN. The last page gives instructions on how to order a book from them.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/40
Item 41: Garamond, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Garamond' in lilac coloured ink. Garamond is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using Garamond in different sizes and in italics. The text is in English and French. The front cover gives a bit of background to the namesake of the type-face - Claude Garamond.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/41
Item 42: 'Monotype' Baskerville, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Baskerville, which is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using Baskerville in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives a background to the creator of the type-face - John Baskerville.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/42
Item 43: 'Monotype' Plantin, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Plantin. 'Monotype' Plantin is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Plantin in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives a background to the type-face and the printing company that created it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/43
Item 44: 'Monotype' Imprint, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Imprint, which is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Imprint in different sizes and in italics. The front cover explains the origins of the type-face, having been used by Gerald Meynell in his new magazine, 'The Imprint'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/44
Item 45: 'Monotype' Bembo, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Bembo. 'Monotype' Bembo is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Bembo in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives some information about the origins of the type-face.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/45
Item 46: 'Monotype' Walbaum, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Walbaum. 'Monotype' Walbaum is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Walbaum in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives some information about the origins of the typeface.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/46
Item 47: 'Monotype' Ehrhardt, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Ehrhardt. 'Monotype' Ehrhardt is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Ehrhardt in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives some information about the origins of the typeface.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/47
Item 48: 'Monotype' Bell, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A white card pamphlet headed 'Monotype' Bell. 'Monotype' Bell is an example of a type face produced by the Monotype Corporation. The pamphlet contains examples of text using 'Monotype' Bell in different sizes and in italics. The front cover gives some information about the origins of the type-face.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/006/48
Box 7: Box containing different publications on the subject of typography, 1957-1991Add to your cart.
A box containing booklets, journal issues and pamphlets about typography, different typefaces and showing examples of different typefaces available from various companies. Two of the journal issues are designed by Angela Reeves. The contents of this box were packaged in the same container as  box 6 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a  (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/006
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007
Item 1: 'Monotype' Display Faces, [1980s]Add to your cart.
An A-4 size card covered booklet with a picture of a press holding the title letters, as well as 'Registered Trade Mark - Monotype', ready to be printed. The booklet is a catalogue of the display fonts available from the Monotype Corporation. Each font is displayed in the full alphabet.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/1
Item 2: Scientific copyfitting, [1980s]Add to your cart.
An A-4 size, soft back book, landscape orientated. The title is 'Scientific Copyfitting for 'Monotype' & 'monophoto' machines'. The front cover is white with the letters of the alphabet printed in grey. The booklet is produced by the Monotype Corporation and details how to choose a particular font and calculate how many lines, according to the width of the paper or column, will be taken up for any one project. The booklet includes tables for each font giving the number of lower case characters per line for the different sizes of the font. These tables and guidelines can be used for both ‘Monotype’ and ‘Monophoto’ machines.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/2
Item 3: Hot-metal typesetting into the twenty-first century. 1983., 1983Add to your cart.
A booklet designed and printed by Robert Stockwell Limited, The Southwark Press, London. The cover is a Roma handmade paper, in a brown colour. The booklet is a catalogue of the type faces available at Robert Stockwell Limited in Monotype faces and Founders’ type together, with a list of the types of presses used. A foreword gives a brief history of typesetting, with some examples pictured, before providing information about Robert Stockwell Limited and their intention to carry on the tradition of letterpress printing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/3
Item 4: Pentagram Annual Review for 1982, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A white covered booklet with a fairground mindreader’s chart pictured on the front. The booklet looks at the achievements of the company over the year with pictures of some of the designs created. These include the redesign of magazine covers, the Nursing Times and Nature Magazine, by David Hillman, the refurbishment of Unilever headquarters, London, by Theo Crosby, directional arrows for the London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC) and Mervyn Kurlansky’s designs for corporate packaging for firms such as Dulux. A compliments slip inside the back cover, dated May 1983 and headed Pentagram Annual Review 1983, identifies the booklet as Pentagram’s second annual review, while a list of Pentagram’s major clients appears on the inside flap of the cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/4
Item 5: Pentagram Annual Review for 1981, 1982Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A white covered booklet with an Oscar Wilde quotation printed on to the centre of its front. The booklet looks at the achievements of the company over the year with pictures of some of the designs created. These include the design of annual reports for The News Corporation, Lucas Industries and others, Theo Crosby’s involvement in the reconstruction of the Globe Theatre and the design of corporate calendars, including ones for John Player Special and the Commercial Bank of Kuwait. A letter inside the front cover, dated April 1982 and headed Pentagram Annual Review for 1981, identifies this as Pentagram’s first annual review. A list of Pentagram’s major clients is printed on the inside flap of the back cover with a list of Pentagram staff appearing on the facing page.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/5
Item 6: review, 1983-1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A review of the important events at Pentagram during 1983/84 set out in an A3 size, magazine style, black and white publication. The events covered include the design of a pop-up book called 'The Facts of Life' by David Pelham, book jacket designs for Faber and Faber, Theo Crosby’s involvement with the reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, the design of company annual reports and the involvement of Pentagram in several projects for the new IBM building in Paris. The front cover of the review advertises Pentagrams new clients while existing clients appear on the back cover with a list of Pentagram staff in London and New York just inside the back cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/6
Item 7: 'Monotype' composition faces, [1972]Add to your cart.
A booklet with a picture on the front cover of pages set out in a frame ready for printing. Following the introduction a different typeface is dealt with on each page. There are thirty examples. A description of the typeface, an example of how a block of text will look and a brief history of the typeface is provided for each one.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/7
Item 8: STD close up of members' work, 1986Add to your cart.
A black and white publication by the Society of Typographic Designers (STD) which gives an alphabetical list, together with addresses, of all members of the Society. The pictures are of some of their material and were selected by the members themselves. At the front of the book are introductory pieces by the Editor, the President and the Chairman of the Society. Angela Reeves was the Chairman of the Society of Typographic Designers in 1986 and as such has written the Introduction for this publication. At the back of the book is a piece about the Student Assessment Scheme run by the Society along with pictures of the work by students who achieved Licentiate membership of the Society in 1986.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/8
Item 9: Graphis 247, 1987Add to your cart.

A complete issue of GRAPHIS, the International Journal of Graphic and Applied Art. Issue no.247, January / February 1987 (volume 43).

It is a journal for graphic designers. The letters BUR have been written in pen on the top right hand corner of the front cover.

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/9
Item 10: Brochure, [1986]Add to your cart.
A pamphlet promoting new publications that were/were to be soon available from Jack Werner Stauffacher of the Greenwood Press. Several of the titles have typography as their subject matter. The brochure is contained in a plastic rexel wallet along with an envelope marked Type90 Keepsake and a booklet titled Ornamented Types.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/11, AR/01/GRA/007/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/10
Item 11: Ornamented Types, 1990Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A booklet, produced by I.M. Imprint, advertising the chance to order, prior to publication, an edition called Ornamented Types which was to be available in the Spring of 1991. Inside the booklet is a Christmas card with ‘To wish you joy at Christmas’ on the front and a handwritten note reading ‘Angela – Happy New Year’ along with an apology for not being able to attend Angela’s party on the inside. The card is signed IM. The word Joy on the front of the card is in ornamented type. There is also a loose piece of paper which is the order form for the subscription to Ornamented Types.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/10, AR/01/GRA/007/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/11
Item 12: Type90 Keepsake, 1990Add to your cart.
An envelope, marked ‘Type90 Keepsake’ from Jack Werner Stauffacher, The Greenwood Press in San Francisco. It contains a sheet of paper printed with two odes, one in Latin and one in English. At the bottom left of the sheet are the words ‘300 copies printed on Mohawk Superfine paper, on the occasion of Type90, sponsored by Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI), Oxford, England, 31 August to 4 September 1990. Odes HORACE, from a new translation by Michael Taylor, published by the Greenwood Press, San Francisco, California. Handset in Nicholas Kis types by Jack W. Stauffacher.’  Also in the envelope is a booklet entitled ‘A Letter to the Royal Society. John Evelyn'. Following an introduction is a reproduction of the letter John Evelyn wrote to the Royal Society about the damage done to his garden during the harsh winter of 1683-84. A paragraph inside the back cover notes that the booklet was given as a keepsake for participants at Type90 held at Oxford, 31st August to 4th September 1990. 1000 copies were printed.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/10, AR/01/GRA/007/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/12
Item 13: Typographic, 1990, 1991Add to your cart.
An envelope containing three issues of the Journal of the Society of Typographic Designers: two copies of Issue number 41, Winter 1990 and one copy of Issue number 42, Spring 1991. For both of these issues Angela Reeves was the designer. The envelope containing the journals is addressed to Angela Reeves, Project Manager, The Royal Mail National, Room 204, Royal London House, 22 Finsbury Square, London.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/20, AR/01/GRA/007/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/13
Item 14: Monotype borders & ornaments: Arabesque, [1993]Add to your cart.
A pamphlet showing the Arabesque type face with a selection of arabesques and leaves from printing ornaments of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The pamphlet was produced by the Monotype Corporation Plc.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/14
Item 15: Foundry Cast Type, 1957Add to your cart.
A booklet, produced by Stevens Shanks and Sons Limited, that has a cream cover with 'SS' embossed on it. The booklet has a short introduction followed by a catalogue of the range of type faces and borders that Stevens Shanks and Sons can provide. Stuck on the inside of the front cover is a pamphlet showing two further type faces. Both the pamphlet and the booklet have the date 9/8/57 written on them in blue ink. On the back cover an Em Scale is printed.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/15
Item 16: British Standard 2961 : 1967, 1967Add to your cart.
A booklet produced by the British Standards Institution defining the British Standard for 'Typeface Nomenclature and Classification', BS 2961 : 1967. The standard was first published in January 1958 and this booklet is the first revision of the standard on 11th September 1967.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/16
Item 17: Lund Humphries Desk Book, 1966Add to your cart.
A small book that has a blue cover and white lettering for the title. The book shows the full range of types available for hand and machine composition at the County Press, Bradford. The last section of the book is the Lund Humphries House Rules.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/17
Item 18: AJ Style, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A booklet produced by the Architects Journal with the title in white lettering on a brown cover. The booklet defines how abbreviations, titles, headings, and names etc. should be printed and when to use hyphens etc. in the Architects Journal. Pages at the back of the booklet show how to mark corrections. Several additions and corrections have been added by someone with a blue ball point pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/18
Item 19: Classical revivals, 1992Add to your cart.
A booklet produced for the Monotype Conference Exhibition 1992 that contains Classic revivals: a handlist detailing the exhibits at the conference and an article, 'Back to Basics: Stanley Morison and old face', which talks about the revivals of different type faces. The last page details the text settings used in the document. ISBN 0900763272.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/19
Item 20: Typographic, 1991Add to your cart.
An issue of the journal, Typographic, produced by the Society of Typographic Designers. The issue is number 42 for Spring 1991 and Angela Reeves is named as the designer for this issue.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/13, AR/01/GRA/007/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/20
Item 21: Typographic, 1990Add to your cart.
An issue of the journal, Typographic, produced by the Society of Typographic Designers. The issue is number 41 for Winter 1990 and Angela Reeves is named as the designer for this issue.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/007/13, AR/01/GRA/007/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/21
Item 22: The Ehrhardt Punchcutter, 1985Add to your cart.
A leaflet which gives a brief resume of the life of Mikol?s T?tfalusi Kis, The Transylvania Phoenix, using several type faces. The leaflet was written and designed by Colin Banks as a keepsake for delegates to an unknown conference or exhibition. The cover is a repeated pattern of a phoenix in red and black. Written following a conference and exhibition at Debrecen University, April 1985.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/22
Item 23: Two prints of nudes, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Two prints of nudes, one on each side of a piece of paper. On one side is a print of ‘The Great American Nude, Number 2', 1961, by Tom Wesselmann from the Larry Aldrich Foundation. On the other side is an untitled print of a photograph, from Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer Fund, by E.J. Bellocq and dates from c. 1912.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/23
Item 24: A badge, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A badge with a yellow background and red lettering which reads National Postal Museum around the top and King Edward St. London around the bottom. The picture in the centre of the badge is an old stage coach type vehicle. A plastic disc with a safety pin style clasp attached forms the base for the badge.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/007/24
Box 8: Box containing a mix of publications relating to design - graphic and fashion., 1971-1998Add to your cart.
The box contains some catalogues and portfolios of graphic and fashion design and some Utopian Papers publications, which are transcripts of speeches. The contents of this box were packaged in the same container as  box 9 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: M3 - a  (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/009, AR/01/GRA/010
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008
Item 1: Eagles Eye: a new perspective, 1997Add to your cart.
A spiral bound copy of the Eagle's Eye catalogue for 1997, entitled ‘Eagles Eye: a new perspective’. The catalogue concentrates on ‘classic options for classic lifestyles’ in design for ladies and children. Isabella Rossellini is the model for the ladies' clothes. There is a piece of paper attached inside the back cover that  is titled '1997 Eagle Eye catalog production notes' that details such things as the designer, typeface and materials used for the cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/1
Item 2: In the Blood, 1996Add to your cart.
'In the Blood', by professor Steve Jones, was the subject of a talk he gave at Newell and Sorrell in March, 1996. It was part of the Utopian Nights programme of inspirational talks, created by Newell and Sorrell, a leading identity and design consultancy. At the end of the book are the questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 1 in The Utopian Papers series of publications. A letter introducing the Utopian Papers, from Newell and Sorrell, accompanies the book. It is dated 25/03/1996 and is addressed to Angela Reeves at the Royal Mail, London.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/2
Item 3: A letter, 1996Add to your cart.
A letter addressed to Angela Reeves at the Royal Mail, London, from John Simmons, of Newell and Sorrell, introducing the first Utopian Paper. It says that a new paper will be published following each new talk in Newell and Sorrell’s Utopian Nights programme. The series of talks began in 1989 and are held in the company’s offices in Utopia Village. This letter accompanies the 1st Utopian Paper ‘In the Blood’ by Professor Steve Jones.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/3
Item 4: One Year On, 1998Add to your cart.
'One Year On', by Andrew Rawnsley, was the title of a talk he gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in April 1998. It was part of the Utopian Nights programme of inspirational talks, created by Newell and Sorrell, a leading identity and design consultancy. At the end of the book are the questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 10 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/4
Item 5: Johnny Vegas/The Nimmo Twins/Tommy Tiernan - The Corporate Smile, 1998Add to your cart.
The Corporate Smile: Celebrating 50 Utopian Nights was issued on 11th December 1998. This publication recalls many of the funny moments from the previous fifty Utopian Nights and is number 11 in The Utopian Papers series of publications. It is accompanied by a Christmas card from John and Frances. Johnny Vegas / The Nimmo Twins / Tommy Tiernan performed at the fiftieth Utopian Night.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/5
Item 6: Christmas card, 1998Add to your cart.
A golden coloured card covered with fifty white stars in a random design. Inside the card are the words ‘With best wishes for a happy and prosperous 1999 John and Frances’. The card accompanies number 11 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/7
Item 7: Attics or Powerhouses? The changing role of the museum, 1999Add to your cart.
'Attics or Powerhouses', by Loyd Grossman, was the title of a talk he gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in September 1999. It was part of the Utopian Nights programme of inspirational talks, created by Newell and Sorrell, a leading identity and design consultancy. At the end of the book are the questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 14 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/6
Item 8: Utopian Nights, 1996Add to your cart.
A book entitled ‘Utopian Nights: A unique collection of inspirational talks at Newell and Sorrell’ was published in 1996. The book has an introduction by John Sorrell, of Newell and Sorrell, and is a collection of nearly all of the talks given by invited speakers at the company between 1989 and 1995, as part of the Utopian Nights programme. ISBN: 095098664x
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/8
Item 9: Technics and creativity, 1971Add to your cart.
A white plastic box containing a book on one side and a palette of 3 paints below a drawing of a target with  ‘Target 1970’ and Jasper Johns signature below it on the other side. A slip of printed paper tells us that the box and the publication were produced in conjunction with the Technics and Creativity: Gemini G.E.L. exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Selected prints and multiples by leading artists such as Josef Albers, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg and Frank Stella, published by Gemini at their workshop in California, make up the exhibition. The box contains a catalogue with 364 illustrations, an essayby riva Castleman and a catlogue of raisonne of Gemini's complete production. It also says that a multiple by Jasper Johns is included, although this seems to be missing.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/9
Item 10: Book - Edward Burrett and the Penmiel Press, 1995Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A signed, copy of the book ‘Edward Burrett and the Penmiel Press’ which was published by the Society of Typographic Designers in tribute to Edward Burrett. Mr. Burrett was a founder member of the British Typographers’ Guild (which later became the Society of Typographic Designers) in 1928 and started his own printing press (Penmiel) at his home in the 1960s. The book gives a history of Edward Burrett’s life and contains photographs of some of his work as well as tributes from people who knew him. A tribute from Angela appears on page 29. A letter dated 6th November, 1995 from the Gaillet Press is inside the front cover of the book  together with an order form for further copies if they are required.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/10
Item 11: A letter and order form, 1995Add to your cart.
A letter and order form that accompanies the signed, copy of the book ‘Edward Burrett and the Penmiel Press’ which was published by the Society of Typographic Designers in tribute to Edward Burrett. The letter is dated 6th  November 1995 and is a handwritten note to say to Angela Reeves that the book is for her, though it's 18 months behind schedule and that the order form is also enclosed. It is signed 'yours sincerely, Jeremy Irwin' who was the director of Gaillet Press, the publisher of the book.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/11
Item 12: A portfolio by John Thirsk, 1983Add to your cart.
Published by Offshoot Publications in conjunction with Croft and Co., this is a series of twelve illustrations by John Thirsk depicting the history of the Port industry in Portugal. The Croft company has been established since 1678 and a front sheet gives brief history of how the Port producing family company became established in Portugal. A sheet at the back gives details about the illustrations which are enclosed in a folder which in turn fits in to a cardboard envelope. The envelope was stuck down with a sticker that reads 'Vinho do porto 1983 garantia' on one side and 'Instituto do vinho do porto' on the other.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/12
Item 13: Silk Pearce Graphic Designers, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A design catalogue showing examples of the work carried out by the graphic designers at Silk Pearce. The brochure has a blue cover with the title printed in yellow lettering. An introduction is printed inside the front cover of the catalogue on yellow paper, which forms a small booklet in itself. There is also one attached to the inside of the back cover where the introduction is repeated in different languages, including French and German.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/13
Item 14: Expressing corporate personality, 1986Add to your cart.
‘Building Design Partnership: Expressing Corporate Personality’ is one of a series of books published by Edizioni Tecno to promote excellence in architecture and design. The book looks at seven corporate clients of the Building Design Partnership (BDP) at the way they perceive themselves and at the way in which the designers perceived them. In side the book is an invitation to the private viewing of the exhibition ‘Expressing Corporate Personality’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/15
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/14
Item 15: Expressing corporate personality, 1986Add to your cart.
A card leaflet giving information on one side, written by Peter Murray, about the BDP (Building Design Partnership). On the other side is an invitation from Robert Timosci, the chairman of Tecno (UK) Ltd, to the private view of the exhibition "Expressing Corporate Personality" on 27th November 1986, in London.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/008/15
Box 9: Box containing publications relating to work by various designers, 1945-1996Add to your cart.
The box contains a couple of port folios of work by a company and individual designer, a catalogue for a wall paper exhibition and a case study on Fossil watch designers. The contents of this box were packaged in the same container as  box 8 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/009
Item 1: Ivan Chermayeff Collages 1982 - 1995, 1995Add to your cart.
A signed 64-page catalogue of the exhibition at the Corcoran Museum of Art entitled ‘Ivan Chermayeff Collages 1982-1995’. The inscription reads ‘for Angela with love, 7/31/96, Ivan Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/009/1
Item 2: Strathmore Graphics Gallery. CS5 Fossil, 1996Add to your cart.
A case study on Fossil, a designer of fashion wrist watches. The case study, one in a series from Strathmore Papers, is intended to provide an insight into the reasoning behind design solutions and help companies understand what good design brings to their marketing programmes. The catalogue is made from card and folds out into three sections to make a pocket for several items: a stationery set, that holds paper, cards and envelopes, a piece of paper about production information and credits, and a booklet about the Strathmore Writing System. On the back of the pocket is attached a yellow booklet, which contains the case review.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/009/2
Item 3: Exhibition of Historical & British Wallpapers, 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A catalogue for the Exhibition of Historical and British Wallpapers that took place in May 1945 at Suffolk Galleries, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, London. The exhibition was organised by the Central Institute of Art and Design, National Gallery, London for the British Wallpaper Industry.
Condition: Generally good - pencil scribble on the front cover, slightly discoloured around the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/009/3
Item 4: Portfolio. The Work of CDT, 1996Add to your cart.
A catalogue, designed by CDT, entitled ‘Portfolio: the work of CDT’, depicting the work of the CDT (Carroll Dempsey Thirkell) design consultancy over the five years prior to 1993. Published by Em & En Editions. ISBN: 0952041308. There is a CDT compliments slip enclosed that is signed with a name, beginning with 'N'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/009/4
Box 10: Box containing publications and ephemera relating various companies and Angela Reeves, 1956 - 2009Add to your cart.
This box contains ephemera relating to the Wynkyn de Worde Society. Ephemera relating to Angela Reeves' death and funeral. A sketchbook of Angela's, a photo of her and an autograph book. Some examples of the plain stamping technique. Commemorative memorabilia from several different individuals and companies. Utopian Papers. Related to box 8, which has more of the Utopian Papers. The contents of this box were packaged in the same container as  box 11 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/008
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010
Item 1: The making of the memorial slate to Wynkyn de Worde, 2007Add to your cart.
An A3 folded card showing step by step the making of a memorial slate to Wynkyn de Worde at St. Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London. The slate was made by the Cardozo Kindersley Workshop to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Wynkyn de Worde Society on 15th November 2007. The plaque reads: 'Wynkyn de Worde was the first printer in Fleet Street Died 1535' and has a picture of a sun, in laid with gold-leaf.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/3, AR/01/GRA/010/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/1
Item 2: A dinner menu, 2007Add to your cart.
A menu for the dinner held in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The dinner was held in Stationer’s Hall on 15th November, 2007. The outer cover of the menu is decorated with a water colour painting, depicting balloons. On the back of the menu, one says '50th Birthday' and another has a representation of the sun, which is the symbol for the Society. Inside the menu is a water colour of people standing around in groups chatting and drinking glasses of wine, above which is written the food courses.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/2
Item 3: Thank you card for the Wynkyn de Worde memorial plaque funds, 2007Add to your cart.
A card headed ‘The memorial plaque to Wynkyn de Worde in St. Bride’s Church Fleet Street’ which is thanking members of the society for their fundraising efforts. The cost of the plaque erected in celebration of the Wynkyn de Worde Society’s 50th anniversary was met from three strands of fundraising within the society. There was an appeal to members for donations, the sale to members of rubbings from the slate and an appeal for appropriate items to be donated for auction at an evening exhibition. Inside the card the members who contributed are listed. The back cover shows a photograph of the plaque.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/1, AR/01/GRA/010/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/3
Item 4: The dedication of a plaque commemorating Wynkyn de Worde, 2007Add to your cart.
A booklet containing the order of service for the dedication of the slate plaque, Commissioned by the Wynkyn de Worde Society, in commemoration of Wynkyn de Worde at St. Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London. The service took place on 15th November 2007.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/1, AR/01/GRA/010/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/4
Item 5: Book Design: a few quotations from the masters of typography, 2007Add to your cart.
A small book entitled ‘Book Design: a few quotations from the masters of typography on lettering, typefaces, self-effacement, philosophy and love’. The cover is white with the title details in black lettering inside a black border. Beneath the title is a representation, in a yellow outline, of the design used on the plaque to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. A transparent paper cover is folded over the book which was compiled by Geoff Green for the Wynkyn de Worde Society in 2007 for its anniversary celebration.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/5
Item 6: In our words: Extracts from the oral history project, 2007Add to your cart.
In our own words: The Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957-2007 is a small book covered with a soft blue card cover. The title is in black lettering with a replica of the design from the plaque, made to celebrate fifty years of the Wynkyn de Worde Society, below it in gold. Written as a keepsake for the fiftieth anniversary of the society the book contains a selection of extracts from a bigger oral history project about the society.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/6
Item 7: Forty years on, 2008Add to your cart.
The booklet ‘Forty Years on: the Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957-1997 plus 10 a supplement for the years 1998-2007’ was compiled for the fiftieth anniversary of the society and gives a brief history of its ten years between 1998 and 2007. A picture on the back of the booklet shows the top table at the celebration dinner held at Stationer’s Hall on 15th November 2007.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/7
Item 8: Collection of drawings by George Hardie book, 1993Add to your cart.
A limited edition book, bound with string, containing a collection of drawings by George Hardie. The drawings have been used in his work over a twenty five year period and are presented in trade catalogue form. Signed by George Hardie and numbered 1/1000 the book was published in January 1993 to coincide with ‘George Hardie Works: Twenty-five years of Jobbing Illustration’, a travelling exhibition organised by the University of Brighton Gallery. Inside the booklet is a bookmark style card that has a thank you note on it by George and some information about the booklet. There is a little tab that was glued to the book that says 'also available in other colours'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/8
Item 9: Thank you card, 2008Add to your cart.
A card thanking all of Angela's family and friends for all the messages after her death and for being at her funeral and memorial service. It is a single piece of card and has an 'A' in an ornate box printed on it, with the dates 1942 and 2008. It came in an A4 plastic wallet accompanied by an invitation to Angela's funeral and memorial, an obituary for Angela from the Wynkyn de Worde Society, and an issue of the British Philatelic Bulletin, which also contains an obituary.
Condition: Good, a slight brown mark on the back
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/10, AR/01/GRA/010/11, AR/01/GRA/010/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/9
Item 10: Funeral invitation, 2008Add to your cart.
A folded A5 card printed, on the front,  with a decorative 'A' and the words ‘Angela Clement Reeves also known as Angela Coysten. Born: 31st August 1942, New York City, NY Died: 27th July 2008, at home, Stroud, Glos’. Inside the card has the details of Angela’s burial to take place in Norfolk and of her memorial event to take place in Stroud. On the back of the card friends and family are asked to R.S.V.P. to Camilla Hale, Angela’s sister. It came in a plastic A4 wallet accompanied by a thank you card, an obituary for Angela from the Wynkyn de Worde Society and an issue of the British Philatelic Bulletin, which also contains an obituary.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/9, AR/01/GRA/010/11, AR/01/GRA/010/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/10
Item 11: British Philatelic Bulletin, 2008Add to your cart.
A complete issue of the British Philatelic Bulletin, vol.46, no.1, September 2008 which has an obituary to Angela, with a picture, on page 11. Angela worked in the Royal Mail’s Stamp Design Team during the 1980s and 1990s. There is also a paragraph  by Jeffery Matthews, with whom Angela worked from the mid 1980s to mid 1990s. He talks particularly about her 'acute colour sense'. It came in an A4 plastic wallet accompanied by a thank you card, an invitation to Angela's funeral and memorial and an obituary for Angela from the Wynkyn de Worde Society.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/9, AR/01/GRA/010/10, AR/01/GRA/010/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/11
Item 12: de Worde Winter 2009, 2009Add to your cart.
An A3 size publication, folded in four to A5 size,  from the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The publication contains an obituary to Angela who became a member of the society in 1982. It came in an A4 plastic wallet, accompanied by a thank you card, an invitation to Angela's funeral and memorial and a copy of the British Philatelic Bulletin, which also contains an obituary.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/9, AR/01/GRA/010/10, AR/01/GRA/010/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/12
Item 13: Examination sketch book, 1964Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A spiral bound sketch book full of drawings created by Angela and submitted as part of a Typography exam in 1964. On the front of the sketch book a label reads ‘Label 7, Examinations in Art, 1964, Evidence of Study, Centre Number 96, Examination Number 2611, Examination National Dip Des, Craft Typography’. Most of the sketches are in ink and many are of people and buildings.
Condition: Good, one page that was taped in is no longer attached.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/13
Item 14: Photograph of Angela, 1994Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A colour photograph of Angela that was taken shortly after her marriage to Brian Coysten. On the back is 'Ap 94' handwritten in blue pencil.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/14
Item 15: Royal Coat of Arms example, [1965-1975]Add to your cart.
An example Coat of Arms that was engraved and embossed by W.R. Royle and Son for the cover of a Royal Luncheon Menu. On the cover of the A4 card there is a picture of a rubbing of the coat of arms. There are handwritten notes in pencil around the picture, as if in a stage of design. This writing has been printed on the page, rather than written on. Inside the card the coat of arms has been embossed onto the page, with a short explanation below. It is accompanied by an information sheet from W R Royle and Son Limited about Die-stamping, and an example of the technique as a letter-heading, by the same company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/16, AR/01/GRA/010/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/15
Item 16: Example of plain stamping, [1965-1975]Add to your cart.
An example of a letter-heading using the 'plain stamping in high relief' technique, which shows an eagle as it is about to land. Above this is a short line of embossed text, possibly in some sort of Far Eastern writing. It is embossed on British Supremacy paper. It came as an example with an information sheet from W R Royle and Son Limited about Die-stamping, and an example of the Royal Coat of Arms engraved and embossed by the same company.
Condition: Good, but top left corner slightly bent and a couple of marks on the front.
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/15, AR/01/GRA/010/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/16
Item 17: Plain stamping information sheet, [1965-1975]Add to your cart.
An information sheet produced by W.R. Royle and Son Limited entitled ‘Die-stamping Information Sheet 3: plain stamping in high relief’. The sheet has a photograph of a stamp being prepared by hand, below which is some information about the process. Embossed in the top right-hand corner is the name 'Royle'. The stamp in the photograph is the Royal Coat of Arms. Accompanying the information sheet is an example of this coat of arms and another example of the plain stamping technique in the form of a letter-heading.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/010/15, AR/01/GRA/010/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/17
Item 18: The partners: a potted history, 1992Add to your cart.
A small brown cardboard box containing a small booklet entitled ‘The Partners: a potted history’ and beneath the booklet a broken piece of pottery. The front and back covers of the booklet picture two sides of a ‘loving cup’ with a hammer also pictured on the back cover. This cup was made to commemorate the ninth anniversary of The Partners, and then smashed, with a piece of the broken pottery going to everyone involved in the company. Designs on the front of the cup showed the formation, growth and success of the company whilst the design on the back depicted the work force, as explained in the booklet which is illustrated by George Hardie with text by Beryl McAlhone. Malcolm Kennard was responsible for the pottery cup. On the last page of the booklet is the inscription 'Best Wishes, Shaun'.  The cardboard box is addressed to Angela Reeves, Royal Mail Stamps and Philately, 76-86 Turnmill Street, London EC1M 5NS and the stamp is franked 14th October 1992.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/18
Item 19: Kenneth Clark - Five speeches, 1956Add to your cart.
A hard backed booklet, folded as a concertina, entitled ‘Five Speeches’ by Sir Kenneth Clark. The booklet is of an address given by Sir Kenneth Clark at the Royal College of Art Convocation in 1956. Sir Kenneth was a senior fellow of the College. Illustrations, cut in linoleum, by John Griffiths are printed on the back of each page of the booklet.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/19
Item 20: Autograph book, 1981Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A blue covered, hard bound, autograph/farewell book signed by Angela’s colleagues at the BBC at the time of her move to the Royal Mail. As well as the usual good luck messages the book contains a number of jokes about ‘stamping your authority’ or ‘licking problems’ and of course ‘Buzby’. There are some loose pages at the back of the book with more farewell messages on them.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/20
Item 21: Penny Black 150th Anniversary presentation set, 1990Add to your cart.
A black covered, booklet style, folder with the words ‘150th Anniversary of the Penny Black’ in silver lettering on the front cover. Inside the left hand cover there is a print of a penny black next to the black, 20p stamp, from 1990, alongside a picture of Britannia. Below the picture of the stamps are the words ‘One Pound’ and at the very bottom are the years 1840-1990. On the inside of the back cover is a silver coin with Queen Victoria’s head on the back and Britannia on the front. The words around the queen’s head on the back of the coin read ‘150th Anniversary of the Penny Black 1990’. Angela worked on the design of a book entitled 'Postal Reform and the Penny Black', by Douglas Muir, in 1990.
Condition: Good, the coin is discoloured around its edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/21
Item 22: Iris flowering, 1991Add to your cart.
A black cardboard box containing six colour photographs in white card frames, of an iris coming into bloom taken by Tony Evans. There are three finely printed pages (title, technical details and epigraph - a poem by Georgia O'Keefe), a black envelope labelled Addenda and a full size black and white print of one of the photos. The envelope contains an A5 booklet entitled 'Curriculum Vitae: Tony Evans', information about the price of the photographs, an order form and a list of the supplier's, designer's and printer's names and addresses. The black and white print has a stamp on it saying 'To visualize the full size of the limited edition print please unfold this sheet'. The collection of photographs is embossed with the words ‘One Quarter Size, Facsimile Edition’. A sheet of paper is hand written with the words ‘For Angela, Season’s Greetings and all the best for 1992, Tony, Christmas 1991’. In the top left hand corner of the page is a quote from poet and artist William Morris. It is from Tony Evans of the Penbryn Press. A wrapper of black paper encloses the box and was sealed with an iris decorated round sticker.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/22
Item 23: People and the art of vehicle manufacturing, 1996Add to your cart.
'People and the Art of Vehicle Manufacturing', by John Towers CBE, was the title of a talk he gave at Newell and Sorrell on the 25th April 1996. At the end of the book there are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 2 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/23
Item 24: In harm's way - reflections of a war zone thug, 1996Add to your cart.
'In Harm’s Way – Reflections of a war zone thug', by Martin Bell OBE, was the subject of a talk he gave at Newell and Sorrell on the 4th July 1996. At the end of the book there are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 3 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/24
Item 25: In harm's way - reflections of a war zone thug, 1996Add to your cart.
An invitation card to a talk by Martin Bell OBE at ‘An evening with Newell and Sorrell' on Thursday 4th July 1996. It is the 42ndin the series of the Utopian Nights.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/25
Item 26: Behind and beyond the screen, 1996Add to your cart.
'Behind and Beyond the Screen', by Sir David Puttnam CBE, was the title of a talk he gave at Newell and Sorrell in September 1996. At the end of the book there are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 4 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/26
Item 27: Italian Feast, 1997Add to your cart.
'Italian Feast', by Antonio Carluccio, was the title of a talk he gave at Newell and Sorrell in January 1997. At the end of the book there are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 5 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/27
Item 28: Recipe for Success, 1997Add to your cart.
Recipe for Success, by Prue Leith OBE, was the title of a talk she gave at Newell and Sorrell on 6th June 1997. At the end of the book are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 6 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/28
Item 29: Commitment and Community, 1997Add to your cart.
'Commitment and Community', by Anita Roddick, was the title of a talk she gave at Newell and Sorrell in September 1997. At the end of the book are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 7 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/29
Item 30: A Shakespearean Night's Dream, 1998Add to your cart.
A Shakespearian Night’s Dream, by Patrick Spottiswoode and Mark Rylance, was the title of a talk they gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in January 1998. At the end of the book are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 8 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/30
Item 31: The Geller Effect, 1998Add to your cart.
'The Geller Effect', by Uri Geller, was the title of a talk he gave at Interbrand Newell and Sorrell in March 1998. At the end of the book are questions from the audience and answers from the speaker. This publication is number 9 in The Utopian Papers series of publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/010/31
Box 11: Box containing material relating to Claes Oldenburg, 1969-1970Add to your cart.
The box is the original box that holds a book of the work of Claes Oldenburg and a checklist for the exhibition showing his works at the New York Museum of Modern Art. This box was packaged in the same container as  box 10 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Box discoloured, contents good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/010
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/011
Item 1: The work of Claes Oldenburg, 1970Add to your cart.

A book about the work of Claes Oldenburg, written by Barbara Rose for the Museum of Modern Art, which was issued in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition of the artist's work by the museum. The book, which has a flexible binding of vinyl over foam rubber padding and was designed by Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, New York, comes complete with its original cardboard cover.

In the book is a list of the Trustees of the Museum, one of which is Ivan Chermayeff, who was one of the partners if Chermayeff & Geismar, Angela's place of work at the time of this item's publication.

Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/011/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/011/1
Item 2: Check list for the exhibition of Claes Oldenburg, 1969Add to your cart.
‘Checklist for the exhibition Claes Oldenburg at The Museum of Modern Art September 25 to November 23, 1969’ designed by Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, New York. The brochure has an introduction followed by the catalogue of the exhibition in which the works were arranged in categories according to their theme and in roughly chronological order. Some of the categories, however,  overlapped with the dates.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/011/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/011/2
Box 12: Box containing Angela's Curriculum Vitae and certificates, 1976-2006Add to your cart.
A white envelope containing drafts and updated versions of Angela's curriculum vitae (CV) and certificates documenting her achievements. The papers are divided between two plastic wallets along with other papers relating to Angela's career. Handwritten in black ink on the front of the envelope are the words 'CV stuff Probably needs rewriting so it's all together + C&G last bit'. The items now contained in boxes 12, 13 and 14 were packaged together when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/013 and AR/01/Gra/014
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae up to October 1996, 1997Add to your cart.
Angela Reeves’ curriculum vitae (CV), providing the detail of her education and employment, from 1953 through to the late 1990s. At the time the CV was compiled Angela was working at Chermayeff and Geismar Inc in New York for the second time. At this point in time Angela was employed as a Senior Designer. The document consists of four A4 pages printed from a Macintosh computer on 4th August 1997.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/2, AR/01/Gra/012/3, AR/01/Gra/012/4 and AR/01/Gra/012/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/1
Item 2: Angela Reeves, [1976-2006]Add to your cart.
A single sheet of A4 paper, headed Angela Reeves, which contains a numbered list of examples of her work. The examples are numbered 1-20 and are listed under four headings, Art Direction Royal Mail London, Personal Design Chermayeff and Geismar Inc New York, London and Project Management Royal Mail London. Projects listed include the Christmas 1992 and 1993 stamps and presentation pack, Royal Mail Special Stamps Year Books, the Torin Corporation and Xerox Annual Reports, Mobil Oil Mini Guideline, Typographic Magazine, Postal Reform and the Penny Black, Kew Gardens Stamps and Presentation Pack, Royal Mail Stamp Book Dispenser, Royal Mail Full Service Centre and the Datapost Car.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/1, AR/01/Gra/012/3, AR/01/Gra/012/4 and AR/01/Gra/012/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/2
Item 3: Chermayeff and Geismar Memorandum, October 8 1996Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of paper headed Memorandum is addressed to Designers and Staff from Steff. The memorandum was written to inform the Designers and Staff at Chermayeff and Geismar that Angela will be joining them as a senior designer on 11th October, 1996. It goes on to mention that Angela had previously worked for the company between 1969 and 1973 along with a brief history of her career over the intervening years. Everyone is asked to ‘Please make her welcome here at C & G’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/1, AR/01/Gra/012/2, AR/01/Gra/012/4 and AR/01/Gra/012/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/3
Item 4: Chermayeff and Geismar Inc - Angela Reeves, [1996]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of paper with Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. printed in green at the top left of the page.  Under the title Angela Reeves, which is in bold black print there is an introduction of Angela as a senior designer at Chermayeff and Geismar. It goes on to mention that Angela previously worked for the company between 1969 and 1973 along with a brief history of her career over the intervening years.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/1, AR/01/Gra/012/2, AR/01/Gra/012/3 and AR/01/Gra/012/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/4
Item 5: Postcard, 1997Add to your cart.
A small postcard addressed to Angela at Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. The postcard is an invitation to ‘small talk: portfolios review, Monday April 14 1997 6:30-9:00 pm the cooper union’. The review targeted at designers and students who want to ‘show their books to’ established designers. Angela’s name appears halfway down the list on the card as one of the designers that students and designers will be able to ‘show their books to’ at the event. There no admission or reservation fees and only AIGA/NY chapter members and Cooper Union students with valid ID will be admitted to the event. Handwritten on the card are the words ‘Angela, see you there. Thank you again. If you have any questions, please call me at 212 492 8620. Mieko Oda’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/1, AR/01/Gra/012/2, AR/01/Gra/012/3 and AR/01/Gra/012/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/5
Item 6: Letter from James McKibben, 29th October 1997Add to your cart.
A folded letter from James McKibben, Vice President of AIGA/NY Chapter, to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. thanking her for her participation in Small Talk: Stamp Design. The letter is headed with a logo and the words ‘Visual Arts Press’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/036/47
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/6
Item 7: Small invitation or advertising card, 29th October 1997Add to your cart.
A small black and white folded card which is an invitation to or an advertisement for a presentation of Angela’s work that is to take place at 1:15 sharp on 30th October in the large conference room. With a black background the card has Angela’s name printed on it in white with Angela on the front and Reeves on the back. The V in Reeves has been extended to form the first and last As of Angela.  (It is possible the presentation is at a school or college attended by Angela).
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/7
Item 8: Curriculum Vitae up to September 1978, [1976-2006]Add to your cart.
A typed curriculum vitae covering Angela's education and employment from 1959 to 1978. The document lists many of the accounts that Angela has worked on over this period including Mobil Oil Corporation, New York University, Torin Corporation, Prudential Assurance Company, Design Research Unit, Ilford Limited and British European Airways. Stapled together with the curriculum vitae is a photocopy of a questionnaire dated February 3 1976 and completed by Angela to keep her registration with the Design Council up to date.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/8
Item 9: Draft Curriculum Vitae up to 1981, [1981-2006]Add to your cart.
Two pages of a handwritten curriculum vitae detailing Angela’s education and employment from 1958 to 1981. The document is a rough draft which has many alterations and additions pencilled on its’ pages.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/9
Item 10: Handwritten Curriculum Vitae up to 1981, [1981-2006]Add to your cart.
A four page handwritten curriculum vitae detailing Angela’s education and working life from 1953 to 1981. The document is written using black ink and includes similar, but more expansive information, to that contained in the draft document (AR/01/Gra/012/9).
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/10
Item 11: Typed Curriculum Vitae up to 1981, [1981-2006]Add to your cart.
A one page typed curriculum vitae documenting Angela’s education and working life from 1953 to 1981. The most current and one previous job are detailed and all other previous positions are grouped together against a brief description.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/11
Item 12: Annotated Curriculum Vitae up to 1995, [1995-2006]Add to your cart.
A five page curriculum vitae document detailing Angela’s education and working life from 1953 to 1995. The pages have been annotated using blue ink to indicate where amendments are needed and more detail can be added.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/13, AR/01/Gra/012/14 and AR/01/Gra/012/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/12
Item 13: One page of a Curriculum Vitae up to 1995, [1995-2006]Add to your cart.
One page of curriculum vitae document detailing Angela’s working life from 1979 to 1995. This page has incorporated the annotations from AR/01/Gra/012/12.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/14 and AR/01/Gra/012/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/13
Item 14: Typed Curriculum Vitae up to 1995, [1995-2006]Add to your cart.
A typed curriculum vitae document detailing Angela’s working life from 1953 to 1995. The document has incorporated the annotations made on AR/01/Gra/012/12 and its’ front page is similar to AR/01/Gra/012/13. A salary figure of £40,000 per annum has been added to the most recent post in this document.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/8, AR/01/Gra/012/9, AR/01/Gra/012/10, AR/01/Gra/012/11, AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/14
Item 15: Senior Management Performance Evaluation, 31 March 1992Add to your cart.
A ‘Senior Management Performance Evaluation’ for Angela for the year ending 31st March, 1992, filled in during Angela’s time at Royal Mail. The document gives details of the position she held, the department she worked in and a brief resumé of her curriculum vitae
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/15
Item 16: Job application letter - Design Council, 4 March 1995Add to your cart.
A letter, from Angela to NBS Selection Limited, written to accompany her curriculum vitae on application for the post of Design Director at the reformed Design Council. The position has a reference of PP0602D and the letter briefly outlines why Angela believes she is a strong candidate for the position on offer.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/12, AR/01/Gra/012/13 and AR/01/Gra/012/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/16
Item 17: Letter from Milner Gray - Design Research Unit, 7 September 1976Add to your cart.
A letter, from Milner Gray at the Design Research Unit, addressed to Angela at her home address of Flat 4, 10 South Villas, London, NW1. The letter informs Angela that her reference has not been called for and as the writer of it is going abroad soon he has left a copy of the reference with a colleague for sending if asked for. A signed copy of the reference is attached to the covering letter in case Angela needs it for her records. The reference itself confirms when Angela joined the Design Research Unit and gives testimony to both her graphic design ability and her personal integrity.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/17
Item 18: Note from Petra ?erne Oven, 22nd August 2004Add to your cart.
A note addressed to Dear Angela Reeves, from Petra ?erne Oven, thanking her for her letter. The note, dated Reading 22/08/04, is written in black ink using capital letters and informs Angela that Petra is on vacation and will get in touch with Angela soon. Angela is also wished a swift recovery after eye surgery.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/19, AR/01/Gra/012/20, AR/01/Gra/012/21, and AR/01/Gra/012/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/18
Item 19: Letter from Petra ?erne Oven - The Optimism of Modernity, 9 August 2004Add to your cart.
A letter, addressed to Angela at her home address in Slad Road, Stroud, from Petra ?erne Oven outlining a new project that her and Paul Stiff started in January 2004. Petra ?erne Oven and Paul Stiff are working in the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication at the University of Reading and their new project, which is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Board, is entitled ‘The Optimism of Modernity: recovering modern reasoning in typography’. A sheet of yellow paper attached to the letter provides a brief description of the project including its aims and objectives.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/18, AR/01/Gra/012/20, AR/01/Gra/012/21, and AR/01/Gra/012/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/19
Item 20: Printed email from Petra ?erne Oven - The Optimism of Modernity, 2 March 2005Add to your cart.
An email, addressed to Angela from Petra ?erne Oven explaining that Angela has not been forgotten in relation to the project ‘The Optimism of Modernity: recovering modern reasoning in typography’. Petra goes on to say that they are badly informed about Angela’s professional work and asks if Angela would be willing to provide them with a curriculum vitae and details of her work with the Working Party on Typographic Teaching (WPTT) and the Typographers’ Computer Working Group (TCWG). At the top of the email, in the right hand corner, an address label for the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication at Reading University has been sellotaped to the document. A pencilled note, signed Petra, written on the email explains that Angela’s email wasn’t working so it has been re-sent. (Possibly through the post)
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/18, AR/01/Gra/012/19, AR/01/Gra/012/21, and AR/01/Gra/012/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/20
Item 21: Letter from Angela Reeves to Petra ?erne Oven - The Optimism of Modernity, 10 March 2005Add to your cart.
A typed letter, from Angela to Petra ?erne Oven and Paul Stiff, in response to the email dated 2nd March 2005. After thanking them for the email, mentioning another round of eye surgery and asking about Paul Stiff’s health, Angela goes on to talk about what she can remember of the Typographers’ Computer Working Group (TCWG) and the Working Party on Typographic Teaching (WPTT). As well as providing some details Angela includes the name and address of the man whose original idea the TCWG was and names of other people who may be able to provide information. In a post script Angela says that she is including her curriculum vitae, although it is not up to date, and briefly mentions her return to Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. A mistake in the second paragraph has been corrected using pencil and a letter F inside a circle has been written, also in pencil, in the top right hand corner of the letter.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/18, AR/01/Gra/012/19, AR/01/Gra/012/20 and AR/01/Gra/012/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/21
Item 22: Typed letter from Petra ?erne Oven - The Optimism of Modernity, 11 March 2005Add to your cart.
A typed letter, from Petra ?erne Oven addressed to Angela Reeves thanking her for her response. The letter also asks for more information about the ‘International Computers and Tabulators’ and informs Angela about the publication of a book about Anthony Froshaug by Robin Kinross. The word ‘Reply’ is pencilled in the top right hand corner of the letter.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/18, AR/01/Gra/012/19, AR/01/Gra/012/20 and AR/01/Gra/012/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/22
Item 23: Certificate - History of Art and Art Appreciation Club, June 2005Add to your cart.
A certificate dated June 2005, certifying that Angela attended the course ‘History of Art and Art Appreciation Club’. The certificate was issued by Stroud College and signed by D. Dale the college’s Principal and Chief Executive.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/23
Item 24: Letter from the Open University, 22 September 2006Add to your cart.
A letter, addressed to Angela at Stroud, Gloucestershire, confirming that she has satisfied the requirements for the award of Bachelor of the Arts Open of the Open University. The letter explains that once the honour has been conferred on Angela she will be able to use the letters BA Open (Open) after her name.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRa/012/24
Item 25: Academic Transcript - Open University, 20 September 2006Add to your cart.
An academic transcript from the Open University confirming that Angela successfully completed the courses listed resulting in the qualification of Bachelor of Arts Open on 11th September 2006. The transcript is signed by Fraser Woodburn the University Secretary. Explanatory notes are printed on the reverse of the transcript.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/25
Item 26: Correction of Name form - Open University, [22 September 2006]Add to your cart.
A Correction of Name form sent from the Open University along with the letter and the Academic Transcript. This only needs to be completed if the name of the student has been misspelt on their Academic Transcript.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/26
Item 27: Congratulations on your graduation - Open University, [22 September 2006]Add to your cart.
A communication from the Open University which is headed ‘Congratulations on your graduation’. The tear off portion of the page has been removed (possibly returned to the University in order to receive the monthly alumni magazine) and the attached Alumni Association Card has been signed by Angela using blue ink.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25 and AR/01/Gra/012/26
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/012/27
Box 13: A tied cardboard folder holding items relating to the Touch Exhibition, September 1999Add to your cart.
A tied cardboard folder containing an invitation and poster for the Touch Exhibition. The items now contained in boxes 12, 13 and 14 were packaged together when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/013
Item 1: Invitation - Touch Exhibition, September 21st 1999Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Invitation for the opening of the Touch Exhibition which is being held on Tuesday 21st September 1999, between 6pm and 8pm, at The Atrium, Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, USA. Replies are requested by September 13th. On the 22nd and 23rd September 1999 the exhibition will be open to the public from 10:00am – 5:00pm. (10:00pm – 5:00pm on the invitations). The invitation consists of four sheets of embossed and engraved card held together with a band of paper and placed in an ivory envelope. A gold embossed finger pointing at the word Touch engraved on an ivory sheet of card provides the theme for the artwork and the first page of the invitation.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/013/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/013/1
Item 2: Poster - Touch Exhibition, September 21st 1999Add to your cart.
An A3 sized poster for the Touch Exhibition which is being held on the 22nd and 23rd September 1999 and will be open to the public from 10:00am – 5:00pm. The exhibition is being held at The Atrium, Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, USA and is being presented by AIGA Philadelphia, Continental Anchor Ltd., Crane’s 100% cotton Papers and Moore College of Art and Design Graphic Design Department in celebration of the beauty of engraving and fine papers. This theme is reflected in the design of the poster which is embossed and engraved ivory card with a gold finger pointing to the word ‘Touch’
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/013/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/013/2
Box 14: Box containing letters, drawings and examples of work, 1960s-2006Add to your cart.
Examples of work relating to Angela's time at the Royal Mail, Design Research Unit, British Airways and Chermayeff and Geismar are contained in this box. There are also letters from the Open University a drawing and several magazine cuttings. The items now contained in boxes 12, 13 and 14 were packaged together when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014
Item 1: Royal Mail Special Stamps 1984, 1984Add to your cart.
A black hard covered book entitled Royal Mail Special Stamps 1984. The title is engraved in silver lettering which is enclosed in a silver square stamped onto the centre of the front cover. Inside the front cover of the book is a sealed envelope containing the stamps that are illustrated in the book. A space at the top of the pages has been designed for the stamps to fit into. The subjects depicted on the stamps are heraldry, cattle, urban renewal, the 25th anniversary of the European parliament, the London economic summit, the Greenwich meridian, Royal Mail, the British Council and the Christmas stamps. A white cardboard pocket with the title shown on a stamp encases the book. At the time this book was published Angela was working at the Royal Mail as the Design and Editorial Manager.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/1
Item 2: The Story of Greeting Stamps, 1994Add to your cart.
A book about the process by which the design of Royal Mail Greetings Stamps has evolved following the initial research into the idea. The cover of the book is made from white card folded around the pages in the form of an envelope. The word ‘Greetings’ is written across ten sky coloured stamps by an aeroplane at the top of the front cover with the title ‘The Story of Greetings Stamps’ in black lettering underneath and to the right-hand side. Inside the back cover there is a sheet of greetings labels and inside the front cover a postcard from Lynn and Brian to Angela. The postcard, which was produced in commemoration of sixty years of passenger service for London for the London Transport Museum, is suggesting that the book has won a Donside silver award. November 9th 1994 is the date the postcard was written. At the time this book was published Angela was working for Royal Mail National as the Design and Editorial Manager.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/2
Item 3: The Royal Mail Stamp Advisory Committee - First Review, 1993Add to your cart.
A book, published by the Royal Mail, which gives recognition to the contribution of the Stamp Advisory Committee in the design process of British postage stamps. Each stamp that was produced in 1992 is pictured and reviewed with details of changes made during the production process. Designs included commemorative stamps for the fortieth anniversary of the accession,  the centenary of Tennyson’s death, Europa ’92, the three hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Edgehill which marked the start of the English Civil War, the works of Gilbert and Sullivan and the single European market.  At the time the book was published Angela was working as Design and Editorial Manager for Royal Mail National.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/3
Item 4: Designing over four decades - Chermayeff and Geismar Inc., [2003]Add to your cart.
A pamphlet which charts the history of the Chermayeff and Geismar company over more than forty years of its existence. Examples of the company’s design work for well known clients are pictured above a very brief description of year by year events in the company’s history. With the title in white lettering on a red cover the pamphlet is folded concertina style and covers the years 1957-2003. Angela appears in a 1998 photo with the caption ‘C&G partners and associates’. Angela worked for Chermayeff and Geismar Inc between 1969 and 1973 and returned to the company in 1996. The pamphlet is contained along with a second one in a cream (pale beige) envelope.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/5, AR/01/Gra/036/19, AR/01/Gra/036/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/4
Item 5: Clients Projects Expertise - Chermayeff and Geismar Inc., [2003]Add to your cart.
A pamphlet entitled Chermayeff and Geismar Inc.: Clients Projects Expertise in white, yellow red and green lettering on a blue background. Inside, examples of the work of the company are depicted under the headings identity, signage and wayfinding, environmental art, print communications, web and motion graphics and exhibits. On the back cover is a short description of the firm, in white lettering, describing its’ achievements over more than forty years in the design industry. Angela worked for Chermayeff and Geismar Inc between 1969 and 1973 returned to the company in 1996. The pamphlet is contained along with a second one in a cream (pale beige) envelope.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/5
Item 6: Business cards, [1960s-2006]Add to your cart.
Angela Reeves’ business cards from her time working for Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. in New York. The cards are white with embossed lettering in red and blue. Angela’s name, in red lettering, is in the top left hand corner while the company name and address are on the right hand side in blue lettering. A clear plastic wrapper encloses the cards.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/6
Item 7: Christmas 2006, 2006Add to your cart.
A Royal Mail Stamp Card addressed to Angela from Jean and Crawford wishing her a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The stamps featured show a snowman, Father Christmas a reindeer and a Christmas tree. Produced for Christmas 2006 the card is date stamped ‘First Day of Issue Bethlehem Llandeilo 7-11-2006 and is enclosed in a sealed plastic envelope.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/7
Item 8: Colour photograph - Torin exhibition Belgium, [1960s-2006]Add to your cart.
A colour photograph taken of a stand for the Torin Company at a trade exhibition. The name of the company on the stand appears as ‘Torin Nivelles / Belgien and the words with the exhibits appear to be written in German. Attached to the back of the photograph is a black and white picture, taken from a slightly different angle, of the same stand. This picture has been cut out from a magazine or promotional leaflet.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/9 and AR/01/Gra/014/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/8
Item 9: Black and white drawing - Plimber trade stand, [1960s-2006]Add to your cart.
A pencil drawing of a Plimber company trade stand with the number G 244. The drawing is on thin white card and depicts the front of the stand and the view along its left hand side.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/8 and AR/01/Gra/014/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/9
Item 10: Black and white photograph - trade stand, [1960s-2006]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph, taken of a company’s trade stand, by Gordon Taylor of 14, High Street, Banstead, Surrey. The photograph has been assigned a reference number of A/3/2353 by the photographer.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/8 and AR/01/Gra/014/9
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/10
Item 11: Royal Mail - Penny Black and the uniform post 150th anniversary, 1990Add to your cart.
A card presentation pack containing a miniature sheet depicting a replica of the Penny Black and one of the stamps issued in January 1990 and a silver coin. The miniature sheet was produced to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first postage stamp, issued on 6th May 1840, and the introduction of the uniform post, while the coin has been produced to commemorate the new Royal Mail identity being introduced nationally from 1990. One side of the coin is stamped with the new Royal Mail logo and the words ‘Royal Mail new identity 1990’ and on the other side a Penny Black and the words ‘6th May 1840 6th May 1990’. On the front of the pack there are a few words from Bill Cockburn, Managing Director of Royal Mail and printed on the back is the Royal Mail Business Mission. Each member of the Royal Mail team was given one of the commemorative packs. At the time that this commemorative pack was created Angela was working for Royal Mail National as the Design and Editorial Manager.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/11
Item 12: Letter from the Open University, 12 December 2001Add to your cart.
A letter from the Open University to Angela dated 12/12/2001. The letter is informing Angela that she has achieved a Grade 2 Pass in her Art and its’ Histories course which ended in October 2001.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/12
Item 13: BA/BSc degree - Letter from the Open University, 6 December 2001Add to your cart.
A letter from the Open University to Angela dated Sixth December 2001. The letter is informing Angela that the Open University Awards Committee has approved the award of full-rate transferred credit which can be used against a BA/BSc degree qualification. This means that Angela is exempted from studying for 120 points at level 1 (with an equal BA/BSc weighting) and 45 points at level 2 (with an equal BA/BSc weighting) and that previous study will be taken into account if she wants to continue her studies.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/13
Item 14: Course results - Letter from the Open University, 16 December 2003Add to your cart.
A letter from the Open University to Angela dated 16/12/2003. The letter is informing Angela that she has achieved a Distinction in her A316 Modern Art: Practices and Debates course which ended in October 2003.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/14
Item 15: Course results - Letter from the Open University, 14 December 2005Add to your cart.
A letter from the Open University to Angela dated 14 December, 2005. The letter is informing Angela that she has achieved a Distinction in her A354 Art, Society and Religion course which ended in October 2005.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/15
Item 16: Statement of linked courses - Letter from the Open University, 16 December 2005Add to your cart.
A Statement of Linked Courses, from the Open University to Angela, dated 16 December, 2005. The Statement lists the courses that Angela has completed that have been linked and lead to the qualification of Bachelor of Arts. Angela’s award of the Credit Transfer in December 2001 is also taken into account.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/16
Item 17: Statement of linked courses - Letter from the Open University, 11 September 2006Add to your cart.
A Statement of Linked Courses, from the Open University to Angela, dated 11 September, 2006. The Statement lists the courses that Angela has completed that have been linked and lead to the qualification of Bachelor of Arts Open. Angela’s award of the Credit Transfer in December 2001 is also taken into account.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/17
Item 18: Letter from the Open University - Awards and Ceremonies Centre, 28 November 2006Add to your cart.
A letter, dated 28 November 2006, from the Awards and Ceremonies Centre of the Open University and addressed to Angela at her home in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The letter has enclosed with it Angela’s formal certificate for her Bachelor of Arts Open award and informs Angela that she can now use the designatory letters BA Open (Open).
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/19, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/18
Item 19: Degree certificate - Open University, 11th September 2006Add to your cart.
A Bachelor of Arts Open formal certificate awarded to Angela from the Open University on 11th September 2006. The certificate was enclosed with the letter dated 28 November 2006 from the Awards and Ceremonies Centre of the Open University.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/12, AR/01/Gra/014/13, AR/01/Gra/014/14, AR/01/Gra/014/15, AR/01/Gra/014/16, AR/01/Gra/014/17, AR/01/Gra/014/18, AR/01/Gra/012/24, AR/01/Gra/012/25, AR/01/Gra/012/26 and AR/01/Gra/012/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/19
Item 20: Design Research Unit - brochure, [1974-2006]Add to your cart.
A brochure entitled Design Research Unit which illustrates the work of the unit. The brochure has a green cover and the content is divided into seven areas of work, architecture, industrial design, graphic design, interior design, transportation design, international design consortium and projects (completed and in progress). A professional group of architects designers and technicians came together to form the Design Research Unit. Angela worked for the unit between 1965 and 1967 as an Assistant Designer.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/20
Item 21: Annual Report - Squibb Corporation, 1980Add to your cart.
A 1980 Annual Report for the Squibb Corporation which is based in America at 40 West 57th Street New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/21
Item 22: FedEx Express envelope, 2000Add to your cart.
An empty, A4 sized, FedEx Express The World on Time Envelope. The envelope appears not to have been used. It is sealed and has no address labels or markings on it
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/22
Item 23: Corporate identification poster - British Airways, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
A poster showing how the British Airways corporate identity should be used across the different business categories that make up the company. A note in the top right hand corner states that full details are available in the Corporate Identification Manual or from the Design and Advertising Production Manager, British Airways Travel Division, West London Terminal, London SW7 4ED. Angela worked for British Airways, as an Assistant Designer, from 1964 until 1965. While at British Airways she ‘designed print’ using the company’s existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slightly water damaged
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/23
Item 24: Unfinished poster design - Wheatcroft's, [1960s-2006]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An unfinished design for a promotional, ‘lucky dip’, poster for a company called Wheatcrofts. The poster has various coloured roses down the two sides and along the bottom with the title, ‘Everything’s coming up Roses’, and the details of the promotion in the central space. Hand written notes concerning the type face to be used appear around the title.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/24
Item 25: Magazine article - Have you or have you not? £7,865, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
An article with the page numbers 30-33 and entitled ‘Have you or Have you not?’ The article has been clipped from a magazine and asks whether or not the reader has £7,865. If the money is no object the reader is asked to turn the page for details and if the money is a problem the reader is advised to read pages 42-47 first or take a deep breath. The pages consist of pictures showing off diamond jewellery with a short piece of text encouraging women to wear their diamonds. The article is by Molly Parkin with photographs by Saul Leiter.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/26, AR/01/Gra/014/27, AR/01/Gra/014/28 and AR/01/Gra/014/29
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/25
Item 26: Magazine article - Have you or have you not? £1, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
An article with the page numbers 42-47 and entitled ‘Have you or Have you not?’ The article has been clipped from a magazine and asks whether or not the reader has £1. If readers can’t run to diamonds they are told to take heart from mass-production designers in Paris, London and New York who are now setting trends as individuals. Designs of fashion accessories, using phosphorescent Perspex, are pictured and they all have an affordable price tag. The article is by Molly Parkin with photographs by Just Jaeckin.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/25, AR/01/Gra/014/27, AR/01/Gra/014/28 and AR/01/Gra/014/29
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/26
Item 27: Magazine article - The World that Was, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
A pullout, from a magazine or newspaper, entitled ‘The World that Was’. The text has been written by Patrick Kavanagh, an Irish author and poet, and the photographs were taken by Dan Budink, a young photographer from America.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/25, AR/01/Gra/014/26, AR/01/Gra/014/28 and AR/01/Gra/014/29
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/27
Item 28: Magazine article - Boutiques Bungles and Chiffon, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
An article, clipped from a magazine, entitled ‘Boutiques Bungles and Chiffon’. The article looks briefly at fashionable boutiques, well established firms, good boutiques and the new trend in the use of chiffon in the Paris collections. Six pages of photographs, by Peccinotti, of women wearing chiffon follow the text.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/25, AR/01/Gra/014/26, AR/01/Gra/014/27 and AR/01/Gra/014/29
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/28
Item 29: Magazine pages, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
Five pages clipped from a magazine. On one side of each page are pictures advertising jewellery and on the other side are pictures of women wearing Winter coats.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/014/25, AR/01/Gra/014/26, AR/01/Gra/014/27 and AR/01/Gra/014/28
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/014/29
Box 15: Box containing 4 books, 1961-1982Add to your cart.
4 books, 3 of which are books that have accompanied BBC series. 1 of these books mentions Angela in its Acknowledgments. The other is a book about the history of printing. The contents of the box were received in the same packaging as boxes 16 and 17 when the collection was received by the University of Northampton.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/016, AR/01/GRA/017
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/015
Item 1: Five Hundred Years of Printing, 1961Add to your cart.
A book entitled 'Five Hundred Years of Printing' by S.H. Steinberg. It was first published in 1955 and this second, fully revised edition, was published in 1961.
Condition: Good, slightly discoloured/dirty around the edges
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/015/1
Item 2: Discovering English Churches, 1981Add to your cart.
A book entitled 'Discovering English Churches' by Richard Foster. This book was published by the British Broadcasting Corporation to accompany the BBC television series 'Discovering English Churches' which was first broadcast on BBC2 from 17th October, 1979 and repeated on BBC1 from 7th June 1981. Angela is  mentioned in the Acknowledgments: 'My thanks are also due to designer Angela Reeves, and picture researcher Judy Moore, for turning the manuscript into a book'. The drawings in the book are by Brian Delf.
Condition: Good, plastic covering peeling off
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/015/2
Item 3: Discovering hedgerows, 1982Add to your cart.
A book entitled 'Discovering Hedgerows' by David Streeter and Rosamond Richardson. This book was published by the British Broadcasting Corporation to accompany the BBC television series 'Discovering Hedgerows' which was first broadcast on BBC2 from April 1982. Richardson trained as a designer in London before presenting a BBC  series.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/015/3
Item 4: Alistair Cooke's America, 1980Add to your cart.
A book entitled Alistair Cooke’s America by Alistair Cooke. This book was published by the British Broadcasting Corporation to compliment Mr. Cooke’s television series. First published in 1973 the book is now on its’ 6th reprint, 1980.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/015/4
Box 16: Box containing various items relating to company policies, and some designs by Angela and others., 1997-1999Add to your cart.
The contents of this box, when received by the University of Northampton, were in the same container as the contents of boxes 15 and 17, but were separated into a plastic bag. It contains a booklet of design guidelines for a company, some stationery announcing Angela's appointment as an Associate at Chermayeff and Geismar, a folder of information from the HR at Showtime company, and a folder of sketches and CD cover designs.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/015, AR/01/GRA/017
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016
Item 1: Design guidelines, 1999Add to your cart.
A spiral bound book that has a red card cover with the title in white lettering at the top and a company logo in red inside a white square. Entitled “Design Guidelines” the book has been designed to help anyone who communicates about the company, Downtown Alliance, by creating a common understanding of how they can consistently present their identity to differing audiences.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/1
Item 2: Stationery, 1998Add to your cart.
An A4 plastic wallet containing a headed sheet of paper with associates names down the left hand side for the company Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. There is also an announcement card, which reads, 'November 1998. Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. is pleased to announce that Angela Reeves and Herman Eberhardt have been made Associates of the firm'. On the other side of the card is the company's contact details.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/2
Item 3: Redefining the limits of work and life, [1993-]Add to your cart.
A large, unmarked, white envelope containing a red, card folder with black lettering that reads “Redefining the Limits of Work and Life” in the top right hand corner and the logo for the company, called Showtime, in white lettering in the bottom right hand corner. Inside the folder are several booklets detailing the work/life benefits an employee is entitled to apply for through the Human Resources department of the company, along with the appropriate application forms. The folder also contains a credit card sized plastic card containing important phone numbers.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/3
Item 4: CD cover design, 1999Add to your cart.
A copy of a design for the Warner Bros. Reprise June 1999/Part 1 printed onto A4 white paper. This design was created by Ivan Chermayeff. It is contained in a pink folder along with sketches by Angela for the May Department Stores Company Annual Report 1997.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/016/5, AR/01/GRA/016/6, AR/01/GRA/016/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/4
Item 5: Sketches by Angela Reeves, 1997Add to your cart.
A pink card folder containing several drawings and rough sketches for the May Department Stores Company Annual Report, 1997, that were created by Angela. The three rough sketches are numbered and have her writing in the margins. Most are in ink on translucent paper and only one is in colour. Along with these sketches is a copy of a CD cover design by Ivan Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/016/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/5
Item 6: CD cover, 1999Add to your cart.
A CD cover designed by Ivan Chermayeff for the Warner Bros./Reprise June 1999. The front cover is a silver background with grey score music printed over the top. The word 'guide' is printed in black underneath the music score, at the bottom of the page. Inside is a list of 14 music artists with song titles below each name. The back cover is silver with black writing, listing the fourteen artists' names.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/016/4, AR/01/GRA/016/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/6
Item 7: CD and cover, 1999Add to your cart.
A CD in a soft plastic CD case. The CD is printed with the same design as the cover, which was designed by Ivan Chermayeff for the Warner Bros./Reprise June 1999. The front cover is a silver background with grey score music printed over the top. The word 'guide' is printed in black underneath the music score, at the bottom of the page. Inside is a list of 14 music artists with song titles below each name. The back cover is silver with black writing, listing the fourteen artists' names.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/016/4, AR/01/GRA/016/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/016/7
Box 17: Box containing two companies' design guidelines, 1965-1986Add to your cart.

The contents of this box, when received by the University of Northampton, were in the same container as the contents of boxes 15 and 16.

The box contains two ring-binder folders containing Ilford design standards manual and The Post Office Signposting guidelines.

Condition: Good
Location: A3 - b (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/017
Item 1: Ilford Design Standards Manual, 1965Add to your cart.
A ring binder containing the Ilford Design Standards Manual: restricted edition, August 1965. The manual was put together, by Ilford, in order to ensure a consistent design policy throughout the company. Angela did some work for Ilford Limited whilst at the Design Research Unit between 1965 and 1967. She designed the style guide, stationery, covers and brochure formats.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/017/1
Item 2: Signposting Guidelines, 1986Add to your cart.
A red ring binder produced by the Post Office and entitled “Signposting Guidelines”. The signposting guidelines comprise section 7 of the Post Office’s Design Guidelines and sets out the company’s corporate strategy for signs in all Post Office buildings. Angela worked at the Royal Mail as a design and editorial manager from 1981-1995 and was responsible for the Post Office corporate identity.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/1, AR/01/GRA/019/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/017/2
Box 18: Box containing ephemera from graphic design companies, 1964-2004Add to your cart.
The box contains several booklets sent to Angela Reeves from various graphic design companies, many of which are Christmas Greetings. There are also some books relating to graphic design and some historical information.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018
Item 1: The Partners 1987, 1987Add to your cart.
A small white booklet, bound with black string, with a sticker on the front cover saying '1987'. The first page has a picture of four flowers in black boxes and the words 'the partners' and the year 1987. The booklet was created by the Partners to celebrate their fourth birthday, traditionally celebrated by a flower. The booklet therefore explains how to create seven different origami flowers. At the back of the booklet is the pre-cut paper necessary to make the flowers.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/1
Item 2: Opening Words and a note, [1985-]Add to your cart.
A small booklet in a cardboard cover, entitled 'Opening Words Neil Mattingley'. The front page has Neil's work address on it and every page after contains the name of the company or publication for whom he wrote an introduction and his 'opening words' on the page opposite. The last quote in the book is for the Post Office's Arthurian legend Royal Mail Stamps pack, where he wrote '...that dreamt landscape where knights in shining armour pursue the Holy Grail...'. There is a  piece of card accompanying the booklet that has 'Dear Angela, Thank you for "that dreamt landscape" Neil' hand-written on it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/2
Item 3: Where wood we be without it?, 1988Add to your cart.
A small booklet created by The Partners. It has a hard wooden cover and a sticker that held the front and back covers together, is printed with the words, 'Where wood we be without it'. The booklet talks about how dependent the world is on wood and trees, and proceeds to give examples of companies that would struggle if they had to cope without wood and trees. Each page gives an example and a picture on the opposite page, to go with it. Along the bottom of every page is a line of text talking about different statistics to do with the usage and destruction of the world's forests.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/3
Item 4: 8 postcards, 1993Add to your cart.
Sent to Angela Reeves at the Royal Mail, London, the envelope contains eight postcards, held together with a piece of paper wrapped around them. The paper has the words, '8 postcards printed letterpress in a limited edition of ninety - this is no. 50', printed on the front, and the words 'Best wishes - Howard' hand-written on the back. The postcards were all designed by Howard Brown at the Typography Workshop in London, 1993. At this time, Angela worked at the Royal Mail, commissioning artists and designers to design stamps and other products.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/4
Item 5: A little book of Christmas recipes, 1987Add to your cart.
A small booklet with a green cover. Underneath the title are the words 'A Gallumaufry of Festive Fare' and 'Price Seventy Five Pence' printed in black. This recipe book was first published in 1980 and reprinted in 1981, 1984 and 1987 by MG Scott Limited. There is a different recipe, with an ingredients list, on each page, written by Shirley and Michael Scott. The back cover details other titles in the series and the means of purchasing one of these publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/5
Item 6: Covent Garden A pocket Tour, [1983-1986]Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A small booklet with a cream cover and an old map drawing of Covent Garden on the front. Inside is a guide to Covent Garden, each page covering a different subject, such as the history, the market and the opera. There are photographs and pictures to illustrate the text. A piece of card accompanies the booklet with the words: 'Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Sutherland Hawes Design' printed on it, and a list of names below.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/6
Item 7: Local Characters, [1980s-1990s]Add to your cart.
A cover showing the detail of Colchester Castle, with an introduction inside the front cover and a map of Colchester town centre inside the back cover. Inside the cover is a separate booklet showing photographs by Pierre Soie of different letters on buildings and signs around Colchester. The booklet was produced by Silk Pearce
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/7
Item 8: A Woodpecker meets Wynkyn de Worde, 2004Add to your cart.
A small white booklet with the title printed in red and a picture of a wood-engraving of a woodpecker on the front cover. The booklet is a selection of forty-one pictures of wood-engravings and cuts in vinyl by John Lawrence, selected to accompany his talk given to the Wynkyn de Worde Society at the Artworkers' Guild on 16th March 2004. The booklet is number 41 out of 50 copies and is signed by the artist in the back cover. The booklet comes in a white envelope with the title, and illustrations of a woodpecker and the Wynkyn de Worde Society symbol of a sun.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/8
Item 9: Design typography, [1980s-1990s]Add to your cart.
A black box containing five booklets. The box has a gold-coloured metal plaque on the lid that has 'Ashted Dastor Associates' engraved on it, with the title 'Design Typography' engraved, with each letter in a separate square. The inside of the box is lined with handcrafted paper. Each booklet is a different metallic colour, and have the same design on the front cover as the lid of the box. Underneath this, there is an embossed picture, and 'Ashted Dastor' embossed on the back. The inside cover of each booklet has its title in six different languages. The booklet entitled 'Graphic Design' has photographs of different examples of graphic design from various companies. The booklet entitled 'Museums & Galleries' has photographs of different exhibition pieces that relate to art. The booklet entitled 'Logos' has examples of company logos. There is a one entitled 'packaging' showing various examples of this, and one entitled 'Introduction', which has some information about the company, printed in six languages.
Condition: Good, three stickers fallen from front covers of booklets
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/9
Item 10: Measurements, 1993Add to your cart.
A small blue booklet, held together by two nuts and bolts. The title of the book is printed vertically in black. The first page is plain orange and on the second page is a quote from Cicero. The booklet goes on to give the history of how various measurements have  come to be and how they have changed over time, for example the Pied du roi of 789 AD. The booklet was written and designed by student Rosa Loeffel and won the Wynkyn de Worde Lunchtime Award of 1993.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/10
Item 11: Christmas 1987, 1987Add to your cart.
A small  booklet inside an envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at 22/25 Finsbury Square, London. The envelope is franked New York 1987. The booklet has a shiny black cover with a line-picture of a light bulb, in yellow, and the words 'Christmas 1987' at the bottom, also in yellow. Inside the front cover is a greeting from Con Edison, an electrical company in New York. Every page thereafter has a photograph of a house in New York that has been decorated by Christmas lights. Inside the back cover is a list of names of people from the company.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/11
Item 12: New pictures, [1999]Add to your cart.
A small yellow booklet with an ink illustration on the front of a giant bug and a cat, above the title 'New pictures by Peter Bailey'. Inside the booklet are six illustrations in pen and ink. On the first page is a message to Angela: 'I was so pleased to hear your good news. Congratulations! One day we will meet up in New York, I hope. Love, Peter'. On the back cover is an address and the information that the cover illustration is a from a book called 'Plum' by Tony Milton, 1998, and all the others from a book called 'I was a Rat' by Philip Pullman, 1999.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/12
Item 13: Christmas 1986, 1986Add to your cart.
An envelope addressed to Angela Reeves, Design Coordinator, PMK 5.1, London. It is franked on the front with New York, 24 Dec 1986, and on the back with London 17 Feb 1987. Inside is a small booklet with a white cover and a picture of a green magnifying glass over a red circle, and 'Christmas 1986' at the bottom of the page. Inside is a greetings message and an explanation of the booklet as a guide to finding the essential ingredients for the holiday season. Every page thereafter has a picture of part of a map of New York, with a red sport marking a specific point. A word underneath the picture reveals which holiday season ingredient one would find there, for example, toys and wisemen. Inside the back cover is a list of names and a season's greeting and the back cover has the same picture as on the front.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/13
Item 14: The Artworks, 1991Add to your cart.
A small pale grey booklet with a sticker on the front cover showing a house looking over a lake, and the words 'The Artworks is moving to Rosaline Hall' printed below it. Inside the booklet are eleven pictures of flowers painted by various artists. The back cover explains that The Artworks were moving  to a new home at Rosaline Hill in January 1992 and gives details of how to be put on the mailing list. It also says 'seasons greetings' at the end and gives the address of the new venue.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/26
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/14
Item 15: Book Arts Resource Guide, 1996Add to your cart.
A small booklet bound with white string. The front cover has a decorative border and the words 'American Institute of Graphic Arts New York Chapter. Book Arts Resource Guide' printed above an illustration of a man operating a piece of old machinery. The first page gives an introduction to the booklet, which gives a list of companies and their addresses that relate to Book Arts. On the last page of the booklet is a colophon, explaining that the booklet was given as a keepsake at the Small Press Books Small Talk held at the Cooper Union, New York, November 1996. It goes on to give details of the materials, images and typeface used in the production of the booklet.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/15
Item 16: A whiff of leather, 1986Add to your cart.
A small red, leather  bound booklet. Inside the front cover is a sticker that says 'Presented. The Partners September 1986 in recognition of regular attendance and good conduct and general progress during the past year'. It is a keepsake for the clients of The Partners to celebrate their third year of business, traditionally celebrated with leather. It is a story written by Neil Mattingley with illustrations by Colin Hadley, produced as an old-style story book from the 19th century. The characters in the story represent The Partners' clients.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/16
Item 17: The letterbox bestiary, 1993Add to your cart.
A red spiral bound booklet with small pictures of animals on the front and the title in a cream coloured square, reading 'The letterbox bestiary: An inspirational book of the animal world.' The book, produced by the Royal Mail  uses the medieval concept of bestiary books to explore, through different aspects of animals, ideas that can be used to help the reader write better letters. It contains colourful pages with text, photographs, illustrations and historical images. The back page lists acknowledgments, including Newell and Sorrell who wrote and designed the booklet.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/17
Item 18: Bowge of Courte. A poem by John Skelton, 2004Add to your cart.
An A6 sized hard-backed book with a red cover and the title in gold writing. It is a Wynkyn de Worde reproduction of a facsimile of the poem 'Bowge of Courte' by John Skelton, ca. 1499.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/18
Item 19: The Cardozo Kindersley Workshop, 1996Add to your cart.
This small book has a black cover with the alphabet printed on the front,  made to look like lettering in stone. The title reads 'The Cardozo Kindersley Workshop. A guide to commissioning work', by Lida Lopes Cardozo. Cardozo explains the workshop's methods and practice of commissions, from first idea to end result and other elements of design. There are some examples of bookplates made by the workshop, which are printed on the inside covers on an orange background. This book is number 1 in a series of books on the subject of lettering from the Cardozo Kindersley Workshop.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/19
Item 20: Book - Kindersley at Addenbrooke's Hospital: about care for people and beauty, 2000Add to your cart.
The book, which has a black cover and a yellow spine, is from the Cardozo Kindersley Workshop and is number 3 in a series of books about lettering.  A picture of David Kindersley’s memorial slate, which is fixed near to the entrance of Addenbrooke’s Hospital, is on the front cover of the book above the title which is in yellow lettering with the sub-title below it in white lettering. The words '1915-David Kindersley- 1995 Alphabetician' appear around the edge of the slate with the words 'It will pass whatever it is' in the centre. The idea behind the making of the book was to showcase the relationship between the Cardozo Kindersley Workshop and one institution over many years. Pictures of the bookplates made by the workshop appear on the inside covers of the book.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/19
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/20
Item 21: The Messenger-Box as a Distinctive of the foot-Messenger, 1972Add to your cart.
A small book by R. E. J. Weber, the Director of the Netherlands Postal Museum, exploring the history of the messenger-box, worn throughout history by foot-messengers. He collected evidence from written sources, old miniatures, and preserved examples of the messenger-box. The first half of the book is the written explanation and the second half shows forty gravure illustrations.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/21
Item 22: Tibor Kalman: Perverse Optimist, 1998Add to your cart.
A hard-backed back with over 400 pages. It is a pictorial manifesto by Tibor Kalman, revealing his thoughts on culture, consumerism, advertising and the design profession. Product designs, photographs and storyboards from his film and video projects, and spreads from his book and magazine work are included. Contributors include Steven Heller, David Byrne, Jay Chiat, Kurt Andersen, Paola Antonelli, Isaac Mizrahi, Ingrid Sischy, Chee Pearlman, and Rick Poynor. The front cover is signed by Tibor with the date 2/99 and the word 'cheers' written in black marker pen. There is also a post-card sized comments card enclosed, addressed to Booth-Clibborn Editions.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/22
Item 23: The Graphic Artist and his Design Problems, 1964Add to your cart.
Hard-backed book with 186 pages. The book cover has the title in English, French and German, as is the rest of the text in the book. It deals the creative problems of the graphic designer and design and training in commercial art. It was first printed in 1961 and this is the second edition. It is written by Josef Muller-Brockman.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/23
Item 24: The Story of Sunlight: Centenary of a Famous Soap, 1984Add to your cart.
An A4 sized booklet with a blue cover and the title printed on the front in the style of old-fashioned soap packaging. Inside the cover is a photograph of William Hesketh Lever who thought of the name for the soap.  It was named after Port Sunlight in Liverpool. The title page has a picture of the soap and the dates 1884-1984, above a coat of arms for the 'Lever Brothers Limited'. The book is by Edmund Williams. The booklet goes on to give a history of the company's soap, with text, pictures and photographs. The last page of the booklet gives a timeline for significant years in the Sunlight Soap history.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/24
Item 25: A History of Britain Timeline, 2000Add to your cart.
A booklet showing the history of Britain timeline by the BBC History Magazine, providing an at-a-glance journey through British history from the Neolithic era to the present day. It covers the areas of history and politics; religion, philosophy and learning; the arts and architecture; science, technology and discoveries; and daily life.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/25
Item 26: The Artworks, 1993Add to your cart.
A booklet with a brown cover and the Artworks' address printed on the front. The booklet showcases some of the works of the twenty-five artists that are represented by the Artworks group.  Page 26 shows some examples of John Lawrence's work, two of which are engravings pictured on Royal Mail Stamps. The stamps are labeled 'Royal Mail / Angela Reeves'. The booklet was printed in 1993, when Angela designed stamps for the Royal Mail.
Condition: Good, top edge looks like it may have gotten wet.
Related to: AR/01/GRA/018/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/018/26
Box 19: Box containing annual reports, design guidelines and other graphic design ephemera, 1972-1999Add to your cart.
The box mostly contains annual reports and design guides for companies, which Angela and the company for who she worked, Chermayeff & Geismar, designed the corporate identity. There  are also two other books that relate to the graphic design industry. Items 5-13 in this box were received in one plastic wallet. The items in box 19 were received by the University in the same container as the items in box 20.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019
Item 1: The Post Office Design Guidelines, 1985Add to your cart.
A red ring binder produced by the Post Office, explaining the design scheme and sets out the principles that govern the use of the design elements as they apply throughout the Post Office. The guidelines are intended for all Post Office staff involved in the scheme. Angela worked at the Royal Mail as a design and editorial manager from 1981-1995 and was responsible for the Post Office corporate identity. Slotted into the folder is a Royal Mail internal envelope with Angela's name on it.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/017/2, AR/01/GRA/019/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/1
Item 2: Watneys House Identification Manual, 1966Add to your cart.
An A4, black, card folder containing one spiral bound book and one more card folder. The cover of the folder has the title written in white and the name 'Watneys' appearing in a red barrel design. The book is concerned primarily with the application of a comprehensive and consistent design policy to the exterior treatment of public houses, hotels and other premises owned or controlled by the Watney Mann Group of Brewery Companies. The other card folder is entitled 'Basic elements and Appendix A', with the contents written in a list beside it. It contains separate sheets of card, each displaying an example of a typeface or design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/2
Item 3: Royal Mail Stamp Books Design Guide, 1995Add to your cart.
An A4 sized spiral bound booklet with a plastic cover with the title, the date 'December 1995 ' and photographs of several stamp books. The booklet provides practical rules-of-thumb, designed to encourage high standards and consistency throughout the product range. Angela worked at the Royal Mail as a design and editorial manager from 1981-1995 and was responsible for the Post Office corporate identity.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/017/2, AR/01/GRA/019/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/3
Item 4: Indian Head 1953 - 1972, 1972Add to your cart.
A red hard-backed book with the title in black lettering on the front. Underneath is the subtitle, 'The Robison Years'.  There is also an image of a  Native American at the top of the front cover, in white, geometric shapes. The first page of the book has a photograph stuck in, with an explanation below revealing that Ivan Chermayeff (of Chermayeff & Geismar) was commissioned to design and construct a sculpture in recognition of The Robison Years. The book is an explanatory limited edition and the following pages are a set of graphs and data showing the Indian Head Inc company's growth from 1953 - 1971. The book has been kept in a clear plastic bag.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/4
Item 5: Irwin Financial: Annual Report 1999, 1999Add to your cart.
A white booklet with the words 'Annual Report 1999' in a large green circle on the front cover. The booklet provides data on the company, Irwin Financial's, year of business.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/5
Item 6: Cummins Annual Report 1999, 1999Add to your cart.
The Cummins Annual Report for 1999, containing data on the past year's business. Cummins Engine Company is the leading worldwide designer and manufacturer of diesel engines. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including for Cummins Engine Company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/7, AR/01/GRA/019/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/6
Item 7: Cummins Annual Report 1996, 1996Add to your cart.
The Cummins Annual Report for 1996, containing data on the past year's business. Cummins Engine Company is the leading worldwide designer and manufacturer of diesel engines. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including for Cummins Engine Company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/6, AR/01/GRA/019/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/7
Item 8: Cummins Annual Report 1998, 1998Add to your cart.
The Cummins Annual Report for 1997, containing data on the past year's business. Cummins Engine Company was the leading worldwide designer and manufacturer of diesel engines. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including for Cummins Engine Company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/7, AR/01/GRA/019/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/8
Item 9: Showtime Design Guidelines, 1997Add to your cart.
The design guidelines for the company 'Showtime'. The Showtime Logotype and Corporate Identity Program was designed by Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. The guidelines were produced to help implement their new image. During 1997 Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/9
Item 10: Mobil Graphics Overview, [1996]Add to your cart.
The Mobil Graphics Overview sets out guidelines for the proper application of the Mobil trademark, the Pegasus trademark, the special Mobil Alphabet and the family of Mobil colours. The front cover has the Mobil trademark running vertically upwards on the right hand side of the page, and the title 'Graphics Overview' in black print in the top left corner. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including that of Mobil. Item 11 in this box is the same, apart from on the front cover, the Mobil trademark is slightly smaller and the title 'Graphics Overview' is printed in  larger white lettering on a grey band that lines the top of the page.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/10
Item 11: Mobil Graphics Overview, [1996]Add to your cart.
The Mobil Graphics Overview sets out guidelines for the proper application of the Mobil trademark, the Pegasus trademark, the special Mobil Alphabet and the family of Mobil colours. The front cover has the Mobil trademark running vertically upwards on the right hand side of the page, and the title 'Graphics Overview' in white print running across the top of the page on a grey border. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including that of Mobil. Item 10 in this box is the same, apart from on the front cover, the Mobil trademark is slightly larger and the title 'Graphics Overview' is printed in smaller black lettering in the left hand corner of the page.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/11
Item 12: The May Department Stores Company Annual Report 1996, 1996Add to your cart.
The Annual Report for The May Department Stores Company providing data on the past year's progress. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including that of the May Department Stores Company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/13
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/12
Item 13: The May Department Stores Company Annual Report 1997, 1997Add to your cart.
The Annual Report for The May Department Stores Company providing data on the past year's progress. During this year Angela was working directly for the founding partners of Chermayeff & Geismar on major corporate identities, including that of the May Department Stores Company.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/12, AR/01/GRA/036/38
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/019/13
Box 20: Box containing ephemera from companies that specialise in engraving and paper production and ephemera from events, 1964 - 1999Add to your cart.
The box contains invitations, information and examples of work from companies that specialise in engraving and paper production. It also contains a monograph of examples of trademarks created by Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. Received by the University in a separate plastic sleeve, within the container, were items 9-17. These consist of information from exhibitions, conferences and memorials. Items 18-23 were received by the University in a plastic wallet and are examples of engraved letterheads. The items in box 20 were received by the University in the same container as the items in box 19.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020
Item 1: Exhibition Invitation, 1997Add to your cart.
A white envelope, addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff & Geismar, franked New York, 21 Oct 1997, from Crane Business Papers. The envelope is stamped with an engraved florescent orange stamp of the word 'Louisiana'. Inside the envelope is another envelope that has more stamps on it and text on the back explaining about Crane's new announcement envelopes. Inside this, there is a card that has several brightly coloured engraved stamps on the outside and a bright orange inside, where it informs that the artwork in the package is taken from early Mardi Gras invitations. Inside the card are four more stamped pieces, one of which is the invitation to the 1997 Engraved Stationery Manufacturers Association Award Competition during the AIGA National Design Conference in New Orleans. Crane Business Papers were a sponsor of this conference. The second is the RSVP card and an addressed envelope to send it back. The fourth is a piece of paper has information on it about Crane Paper and the Engraved Stationery Manufacturers Association.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/2, AR/01/GRA/020/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/1
Item 2: Exhibition Invitation, 1997Add to your cart.
This item is a duplicate of item 1 in this box, the difference being that the envelope has not been opened.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/1, AR/01/GRA/020/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/2
Item 3: Examples of engravings, 1997Add to your cart.
A pale pink A5 sized envelope made from thin paper, stuck down with a circular engraved sticker with the words 'New Orleans Waltz' on it. Inside the envelope is a card, decorated with an engraving, welcoming the reader to the Engraved Stationery Manufacturers Association exhibition. Accompanying the card are four reproductions of Mardi Gras ball tickets that honour the tradition of engraving. Each reproduction is on a separate card and are all different shapes; one is a triangle, one oval, one a hexagon and one a rectangle.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/1, AR/01/GRA/020/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/3
Item 4: Touch, 1997Add to your cart.
An envelope, slightly larger than A5 size, addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff & Geismar, New York and franked 13 Nov 1997, Brooklyn, New York. On the back is the sender's address: AIGA c/o Continental Anchor, Long Island City, New York. Inside there are three cards providing information about an exhibition called 'Touch'. Each card is made from translucent, brightly coloured paper, folded into four, to make cards, slightly larger than A5. Each has a picture of a hand on the front, pointing to a silver dot. The orange card is an invitation to a gala reception, on 03/12/1997, of the Touch exhibition from the American Institute of Graphic Arts and Continental Anchor Ltd. The red card is a list of participants. Chermayeff and Geismar are listed in this card. The yellow card gives a little information about the exhibition, celebrating the beauty of engraving and fine paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/4
Item 5: Crane & Co. Means Business, 1987Add to your cart.
A narrow, spiral bound booklet with the title in bright pink and green lettering on the front. The front cover has a triangular flap, made to look like an envelope. The booklet is a series of illustrations, information about and examples of Crane & Co.'s letterhead products and paper. Each section of information in sandwiched between an example of an envelope made by Crane & Co. On the back cover are the words, 'Design: Chermayeff & Geismar Associates'.
Condition: Good, some water stains on the front
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/5
Item 6: Chromolux Friendship Collection, [1980s-1990s]Add to your cart.
Numbers 2,3,4,6 and 7 of a collection of motifs from a series of 8 historical friendship pictures. A company called Zanders are the producers of this collection and used them as part of their advertising for Chromolux - high quality cast coated papers and boards from Zanders. Each example is printed on an A4 sized card, in an A4 paper cover that has a hole cut out in the middle so that the motif can be seen. Each motif is an example of the colourful, often embossed and richly decorated cards sent to friends in the 19th century, often for New Year greetings. There is information about the collection and the paper on the back of the card, written in four languages.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/6
Item 7: Champion Choices, 1997Add to your cart.
An A4 sized card folder containing examples of different colours and textures of paper that Champion International Corporation produce. Inside the folder, on one side are nine small flaps, with the name of the paper on the flap, and underneath, an example of the paper and a short explanation. On the opposite page are nine small booklets that show more examples of the paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/7
Item 8: AR 1999, 1999Add to your cart.
An A4 sized, spiral bound, monograph with the title, "AR 1999". The monograph shows trademarks that have been developed by Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. Every page on the left hand side is black with a small photograph of a person's face in the centre. Every page on the right hand side is white with a trademark printed, stuck in or photocopied. The last page in the book is a list of the employees that have contributed to the designs.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/8
Item 9: A Paul Rand Retrospective, 1996Add to your cart.
A small concertinaed pamphlet that was created for an exhibition that ran between 4th October and 8th November at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. There is a picture of a green leaf on the front and the words 'A Paul Rand Retrospective. Designer Illustrator Educator Author'. Each page of the pamphlet has a year at the top, starting with his birth year, 1914, skipping to 1935 and then going up in 5 year increments until 1965. Each page details his education, achievements, work and exhibitions during that time period. Underneath this, there are colour pictures of examples of his work from the period.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/9
Item 10: Mr Eric Gill Letters to an Apprentice, 1995Add to your cart.
An A5 sized booklet with a black cover and a photograph of David Kindersley. The first page contains the title: 'David Kindersley 1915 - 1995. Mr Eric Gill. Letters to an Apprentice'. It was first published by Cardozo Kindersley, in October 1995 on the occasion of the service of thanksgiving for the life and work of David Kindersley, in London. It was then presented as a keepsake in November 1995 to the Wynkyn de Worde Society of which David was a member for 35 years. The booklet contains several letters from Eric Gill to David 1936-1939, including some drawings by him and pictures of the original letters.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/10
Item 11: Thirteenth Triennial of Milan 1964, 1964Add to your cart.
A booklet with a brown paper cover with the words 'Leisure', 'Thirteenth Triennial of Milan 1964' and 'Switzerland' on the front in black print. The booklet is A4 length, but just over half the width. The booklet's theme is leisure in Switzerland. Each page looks at an aspect of leisure, in some quite abstract ways. The last page of the booklet reads: 'Thus, our contribution to the 13th Triennial in Milan is a rest-room and this brochure. On behalf of the Swiss Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs: Hans Fischli'. Tucked inside the front cover is another, smaller booklet related to the 13th Triennial in Milan.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/11
Item 12: Tredicesima Triennale di Milano, 1964Add to your cart.
A small orange booklet with the front page written in Italian with the sub-title, 'Esposizione internzionale delle arti decorative e industriali moderne e dell'architettura moderna'. It also has the date 12 June / 27 September. Inside is two plans of the exhibition hall and an introduction to the exhibition, written in four languages. It explains that the Milan Triennale was the centre for the renewal of modern decorative, industrial arts and modern architecture, since 1924. It explains that the theme is 'Leisure' and that each participating country will produce a tableux, by means of photographs, works of art or other objects. The back page of the booklet provides a map and some information about the venue.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/12
Item 13: Designers in The Arts Club, 1989Add to your cart.
A leaflet, A4 size, folded in half. It is advertising an exhibition for the work of Milner Gray and other designer members of The Arts Club, to celebrate Milner Gray's ninetieth birthday, 17th October - 17th November 1989. On the back page is some information about Milner Gray and a list of the other design members of The Arts Club.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/13
Item 14: Ernest Hoch 1913-1985, 1985Add to your cart.
The obituary of Ernest Hoch, written by Michael Twyman in June 1985. It is an A4 sized, 4 page booklet that recalls the life of Ernest, who made major contributions to the theory and practice of typographic design and graphic design education. It also contains three photographs of him. Twyman and Hoch both worked in the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication at the University of Reading.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/14
Item 15: Transatlantic Shop Talk, 1978Add to your cart.
A two page A4 letter sent from Lesley Murray, the RIBA Conference Secretary. The letter is regarding the 'Transatlantic Shop Talk' run by the Royal Institute of British Architects, on the 3rd March 1978. The letter gives details about the time and place of the talk and attached is the revised timetable to the conference.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/16, AR/01/GRA/020/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/15
Item 16: Transatlantic Shop Talk, 1978Add to your cart.
Four pieces of A4 paper stapled together providing short biographies of the speakers and visiting IDCA Board Members at the 'Transatlantic Shop Talk' one day conference in March 1978. One of the biographies is of Ivan Chermayeff, who was the partner at the company Chermayeff & Geismar, where Angela -worked between 1969 and 1973.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/15, AR/01/GRA/020/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/16
Item 17: Transatlantic Shop Talk, 1978Add to your cart.
A membership list for the 'Transatlantic Shop Talk' one day conference in March 1978. There are four pieces of A4 paper stapled together showing a list of names, in alphabetical order, a long with there profession and place of work. Ivan Chermayeff, who was one of the partners at Chermayeff & Geismar where Angela worked between 1969 and 1973, is listed, as is Angela who is described as 'Graphic Designer, RMDA'.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/020/15, AR/01/GRA/020/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/17
Item 18: Writing paper, 1996Add to your cart.
An example of A4 writing paper. The letterhead is a black and white drawing of the Smithsonian Institution with the name and address underneath it. At the bottom of the page is '150 1846-1996 Smithsonian'. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/18
Item 19: Engraving, [1996]Add to your cart.
A piece of brown card, between the sizes of A4 and A5. In the centre is a gold engraving of an eagle's head with three stars above it and surrounded by a decorative crest. The words 'American Bank Note Company' appear around the eagle. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/19
Item 20: Writing paper, [1996]Add to your cart.
An example of cream coloured, A4 writing paper from the company 'Karen Associates'. The letterhead is embossed, in colour, with a picture of a feather and the company name below the picture. The company's contact details appear at the bottom of the page. On the back of the paper, which is white, are the words 'Fine Arts sample shown to demonstrate superior quality. Copy or use strictly prohibited'. These words are printed back to front. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/20
Item 21: Writing paper, [1996]Add to your cart.
An example of cream coloured, A4 writing paper from the company 610 Park Avenue. The letterhead is an engraved, small gold oval with four Roman figures depicted, and the company name written in gold below it. The company contact details are in gold at the bottom of the page. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/21
Item 22: Writing paper, [1996]Add to your cart.
An example of A4, white writing paper from the company Elizabeth Watson Inc. The letterhead is a red, engraved circle, with the letters EW within it. Underneath this is the company name printed in black ink. At the bottom of the page are the company's contact details. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/22
Item 23: Writing paper, [1996]Add to your cart.
An example of A4, white writing paper from the company Winter Capital International LLC. The letterhead is the company name in dark grey print at the top left side of the page, and in the top right-hand corner of the page is an engraved snowflake. About two-thirds of the way down the page is a water mark that says, 'Cranes Crest 100% Cotton'. This was received by the University in a plastic wallet with five other examples of writing paper and letterheads, which are items 18-23.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/020/23
Box 21: Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work, 1962-1996Add to your cart.
A black, plastic, portfolio containing examples of Angela's work dating from 1962 through to 1996. The portfolio has plastic pockets which have been filled with examples of Angela’s work. Most of the examples have been mounted on to black A3 sized paper, before being inserted into the plastic pockets of the portfolio. Examples of work for British European Airways, Ilford, Kew Gardens, Prudential Assurance and Royal Mail are all included within the portfolio. Further sheets of black paper, with examples of work attached, are loose inside the front cover. Other papers, including some correspondence, were inserted in to a pocket in the inside of the portfolio's back cover when the collection was originally received by the University of Northampton. These papers are now contained in a separate box - AR/01/Gra/035
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/035
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021
Item 1: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - Postcard, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with the design for a postcard, headed Kew Gardens 1840-1990 and containing a brief history of Kew Gardens attached to it. The design for both the front and back views are on the page, drawn in pencil on tracing paper which has been wrapped around pieces of card. The design is part of a project, for Royal Mail to commemorate 150th anniversary of Kew Gardens. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/5, AR/01/Gra/021/6 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/1
Item 2: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - First Day Cover, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with the design for the first day cover of a set of stamps to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Kew Gardens attached to it.  The design is drawn on to tracing paper with a picture of trees attached to the left hand side. A piece of plastic with the words ‘Kew Gardens 1840-1990 Royal Mail First Day Cover’ in white lettering written on it is laid over the design. The lettering is positioned so that it fits across the bottom of the picture. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/5, AR/01/Gra/021/6 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/2
Item 3: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - First Day Cover, 1990Add to your cart.
The final version of a first day cover envelope, complete with a franked set of stamps, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Kew Gardens. There are four stamps, each one depicting a different type of tree with one of Kew Garden’s buildings behind it. The value of the stamps is 20p, 29p, 34p and 37p. A sheet of black paper provides the mount for this work. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/5, AR/01/Gra/021/6 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/3
Item 4: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - Postcard, 1990Add to your cart.
The final version of a postcard which was designed and produced to give a brief description of the Kew Gardens 150th anniversary commemorative stamps and the work carried out by the institution.  Mounted on sheet of black paper front of the card has a drawing of the main gates at Kew and on the reverse are details about how to become a member of the British Philatelic Bureau or the young collectors Bug Club. Angela is credited, on the front of the postcard, with the design of the cover and was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/5, AR/01/Gra/021/6 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/4
Item 5: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - Royal Mail Mint Stamps, 1990Add to your cart.
A set of the Kew Gardens commemorative stamps mounted on a piece of black card and protected by a sheet of plastic. The stamps are accompanied by an A4 card folded around them, which contains information about and pictures of the gardens, to form a pack. Angela is credited with designing the pack which is numbered 208 and is contained in a plastic sleeve that is mounted on to a sheet of black paper. The words ‘Kew Gardens 1840-1990 Royal Mail Mint Stamps’ in white lettering give the pack its name. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/6 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/5
Item 6: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - Leaflet, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with an information leaflet, printed on to white card, about Kew Gardens attached to it. The leaflet forms one side of the folded A4 card which is included in the ‘Kew Gardens 1840-1990 Royal Mail Mint Stamps’ pack. Entitled ‘By saving plants we save ourselves’ the leaflet gives a brief overview of the work undertaken at Kew and a description of each of the four commemorative stamps. Pictures of some of the buildings and trees to be found at Kew decorate the margins of the page. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens .
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/5 and AR/01/Gra/021/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/6
Item 7: Kew Gardens 1840-1990 - Leaflet, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with one side of the information leaflet included in the ‘Kew Gardens 1840-1990 Royal Mail Mint Stamps’ pack mounted on to it. The leaflet is divided into three distinct parts. The first part forms the title for the pack, which is written using white lettering across a picture of tree tops. ‘An Intrepid Spirit’ is the title for the second part, which when folded, forms the back cover for the pack. This part briefly mentions Marianne North, 1830-1890, who traveled all over the world painting flowers and whose work is housed in a building at Kew. The final part of the leaflet has the title ‘A Momentous Mission’ and a short paragraph, above a picture of the Palm House, talks about the scientific role carried out at Kew. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/1, AR/01/Gra/021/2, AR/01/Gra/021/3, AR/01/Gra/021/4, AR/01/Gra/021/5 and AR/01/Gra/021/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/7
Item 8: Cullum Litho Limited - Business Card, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A business card for, Chris Cullum, the Managing Director of a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The name and title of the Managing Director are at the centre top of the card, above the company logo and address. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the card is white with black lettering with the colours blue, orange and yellow used in the logo.  A letter headed sheet of paper and a compliments slip are mounted on to the same sheet of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/13, AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/8
Item 9: Cullum Litho Limited - Compliments Slip, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the name and address while the words ‘With Compliments’ are situated in the upper left hand side of the slip in line with the company name. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the slip is white with black lettering with the colours blue, orange and yellow used in the logo.  A letter headed sheet of paper and a business card are mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/13,

AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/9
Item 10: Cullum Litho Limited - Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A letter headed sheet of paper for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the company name and address while the directors' names and the company registration details are in the bottom right hand corner. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the page is white with black lettering and the colours blue, orange and yellow are used in the logo.  A compliments slip and a business card are mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/13,

AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/10
Item 11: Cullum Litho Limited - Invoice, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An invoice for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the company name and address while the word ‘Invoice’ is printed on the left hand side of the page, level with the company name. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the page is white with black lettering and the colours blue, orange and yellow are used in the logo.  A company quotation is mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/13, AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/11
Item 12: Cullum Litho Limited - Quotation, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A quotation for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the company name and address while the word ‘Quotation’ is printed on the left hand side of the page, level with the company name and the directors names and the company registration details are in the bottom right hand corner. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the page is white with black lettering and the colours blue, orange and yellow are used in the logo.  A company invoice is mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/13, AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/12
Item 13: Cullum Litho Limited - Statement, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A Statement for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the company name and address while the word ‘Statement’ is printed on the left hand side of the page, level with the company name and the directors names and the company registration details are in the bottom right hand corner. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the page is a pale pink and produces a carbon copy when written on.  The lettering is black and the colours blue, orange and yellow are used in the logo.  A company advice note is mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/14, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/13
Item 14: Cullum Litho Limited - Advice Note, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An Advice Note for a company called Cullum Litho Limited. The company logo is positioned in the top right hand corner above the company name and address while the words ‘Advice Note’ are printed on the left hand side of the page, level with the company name and the directors names and the company registration details are in the bottom right hand corner. Mounted on a sheet of black paper the page is a pale pink and produces a carbon copy when written on.  The lettering is black and the colours blue, orange and yellow are used in the logo.  A company quotation is mounted on to the same page of black paper.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/8, AR/01/Gra/021/9, AR/01/Gra/021/10, AR/01/Gra/021/11, AR/01/Gra/021/12, AR/01/Gra/021/13, AR/01/GRA/038/49,

AR/01/GRA/038/50, AR/01/GRA/038/51, AR/01/GRA/038/52, AR/01/GRA/038/53, AR/01/GRA/038/54, AR/01/GRA/038/55, AR/01/GRA/038/56, AR/01/GRA/038/57

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/14
Item 15: Book Cover - Postal Reform and the Penny Black, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with the design for a book cover attached to it. The book jacket is for a book called ‘Postal Reform and the Penny Black: a new appreciation’ by Douglas N. Muir. The title details of the book are printed in black lettering, with the sub-title in red, on a grey background. Below the title details is a picture of a silver coin showing the head of Queen Victoria above a picture of a Penny Black stamp. Douglas N. Muir was the Curator, Philately at the National Postal Museum and in his book offers a new insight in to the period leading up to the issue of the Penny Black and the Mulready covers in 1840. Published in 1990 the book has the ISBN 0 9515948 0 X . Angela was working as Design and Editorial Manager at Royal Mail National when this book was published.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/16, AR/01/Gra/021/17 and AR/01/Gra/021/18
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/15
Item 16: Book Chapter - Mulready's 'Poetic' Design, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with pages from Chapter 10 of the book ‘Postal Reform and the Penny Black: a new appreciation’ by Douglas N. Muir attached to it. The chapter is entitled Mulready’s ‘Poetic’ Design and pages 117-118 and 129-130 are mounted on to a sheet of black paper next to each other. The book was published in 1990 and at this time Angela was working as Design and Editorial Manager at Royal Mail National.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/15, AR/01/Gra/021/17 and AR/01/Gra/021/18
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/16
Item 17: Book Chapter - The Penny Black, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with pages from Chapter 12 of the book ‘Postal Reform and the Penny Black: a new appreciation’ by Douglas N. Muir attached to it. The chapter is entitled The Penny Black and pages 149-150 and 155-156 are mounted on to a sheet of black paper next to each other. The book was published in 1990 and at this time Angela was working as Design and Editorial Manager at Royal Mail National.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/15, AR/01/Gra/021/16 and AR/01/Gra/021/18
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/17
Item 18: Postal Reform and the Penny Black - Appendices, 1990Add to your cart.
A black sheet of paper with pages from appendices two and three of the book ‘Postal Reform and the Penny Black: a new appreciation’ by Douglas N. Muir attached to it. Pages 215-216 and 225-226 are mounted on to a sheet of black paper next to each other.  Appendix three is a list of post towns in Great Britain and Ireland while appendix two appears to be a register of entries in a Treasury Competition. The book was published in 1990 and at this time Angela was working as Design and Editorial Manager at Royal Mail National.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/15, AR/01/Gra/021/16 and AR/01/Gra/021/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/18
Item 19: British Philatelic Bulletin - Article, January 1993Add to your cart.
Pages 103-106 and 111-114 of the British Philatelic Bulletin published in January 1993. The pages 104-106 contain an article written by Angela and entitled ‘Jeffery Matthews’s Colour Scheme for Machin Definitives the Background Story: part 1’. Part 2 of the article is to be published in the February 1993 edition of the Bulletin. At the time of publication Angela was working for Royal Mail National as Design and Editorial Manager.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/19
Item 20: British Philatelic Bulletin - Article, February1993Add to your cart.
Pages 131-134 taken from the British Philatelic Bulletin published in February 1993. The pages 132-134 contain an article written by Angela and entitled ‘Jeffery Matthews’s Colour Scheme for Machin Definitives the Background Story: part 2’. Part 1 of the article was published in the Bulletin in January 1993. At the time of publication Angela was working for Royal Mail National as Design and Editorial Manager.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/19
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/20
Item 21: Publications Estimate - Form, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A3 sized sheet of black paper inserted into a plastic pocket with two versions of a form entitled ‘Publications Estimate’ mounted on it. The forms are A4 sized with black lines and lettering on white paper. There is no corporate name or logo to determine who the forms were designed for.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/22
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/21
Item 22: Publications Estimate - Form design, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A3 sized sheet of black paper inserted into a plastic pocket with the final drawing for a document entitled ‘Publications Estimate’ mounted on it. Black ink has been used for the drawing which is on a thick tracing paper. One of the printed Publications Estimates matches the drawing’s design. There is no corporate name or logo to determine who the forms were designed for.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/22
Item 23: Invitation - London College of Printing annual awards, 1964Add to your cart.
An invitation to the London College of Printing annual distribution of awards which will be taking place on Tuesday 17th March and Thursday 19th March, 1964 for the 1962-3 session. The coat of arms for the College appears at the top and to the right hand side of the invitation above the words ‘London College of Printing annual distribution of awards’ stretching across the width of the card. London College of Printing is in blue lettering with the rest of the text and the coat of arms in grey.  Because of the number of awards to be presented the ceremony will be carried out over two evenings. The details of which awards will be presented on which evening are printed on the reverse of the invitation. Angela was a student at the London College of Printing from 1962-1964 where she studied for the National Diploma in Design. While at the College she won the Walter Neurath Prize.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/7, AR/01/Gra/021/24,

AR/01/Gra/035/4 and

AR/01/Gra/035/37

Condition: Marked from use of sellotape on reverse
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/23
Item 24: Reply card - London College of Printing annual awards, 1964Add to your cart.
A pre-printed reply card, addressed to the London College of Printing, for the annual distribution of awards which will be taking place on Tuesday 17th March and Thursday 19th March, 1964 for the 1962-3 session. The card needs to be returned no later than Wednesday 11th March and there are two options of response to choose from. Blue and grey are used for the text and the design of the card compliments that of the invitation to the event. Angela was a student at the London College of Printing from 1962-1964 where she studied for the National Diploma in Design. While at the College she won the Walter Neurath Prize.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/7, Ar/01/Gra/021/23, AR/01/Gra/035/4 and

AR/01/Gra/035/37

Condition: Marked from use of sellotape
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/24
Item 25: British European Airways - Letterheaded paper, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
An A5 sized sheet of letter headed for the company British European Airways. A small red square containing the white letters BEA beside a white square containing an aeroplane make up the company’s logo which is situated in the top right hand corner of the paper. The address of British European Airways is printed underneath the logo. Level with the name of the company, on the left hand side of the page, the words ‘from the Chief Executive’ are printed using red lettering. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slightly marked
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/25
Item 26: British European Airways - Baggage label, 1964Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) baggage label printed on an olive green background with the company logo in red and white in the top right hand corner.  The label was printed for the Executive Conference held in Stockholm between 21st and 23rd October 1964 at the Foresta Hotel. The flight number on the label is BE770 to Stockholm on 21st October 1964. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slight gluey marks
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/26
Item 27: British European Airways - Compliments slip, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip for the company British European Airways (BEA). The company logo of a red square with BEA in white lettering beside a white square containing a picture of an aeroplane is situated in the top centre right of the slip. ‘With the compliments of Henry Marking’ is printed in red lettering in the lower left hand side next to the man’s job title which forms the first line of the company address  below the logo. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/27
Item 28: British European Airways - Timetable, 1964Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) timetable of flights from London to Aberdeen, Birmingham, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester covering the period 1st December 1964 and 31st March 1965. The company logo, a red square with BEA in white lettering in its’ centre, is placed in the top left hand corner next to the word ‘Timetable’. There is a page each for the flight times from London to each city together with the times of flights back to London. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/28
Item 29: British European Airways - Flight status diary, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) Flight Status Diary with the company logo positioned centrally on the left hand side. The diary is a piece of plastic coated card, approximately the size of a six inch ruler. Six small squares, each containing a different symbol, are shown in the centre next to an explanation of the symbol’s meaning. The numbers 1-31, separated by a small black line, are equally spaced along both the top and bottom edges. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slight sticky marks from sellotape on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/29
Item 30: British European Airways - Change of address card, June 1964Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) postcard advertising the move of the company’s Advertising Branch from Wigmore Street to West London Air Terminal. This move will have taken place by 24th June 1964. Directions for access to the administrative floors are given below the new address. The company logo is positioned in the top left hand corner of the card. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/30
Item 31: British European Airways - Cabin baggage label, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) cabin baggage label with the, red and white, company logo positioned in the top right hand corner. The label is printed on to white card using the colours black, white and red. On the reverse of the label instructions are given for where the cabin baggage should be placed once on board the flight. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slightly marked on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30,  AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/31
Item 32: British European Airways - British Week, Denmark, September - October 1964Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) pamphlet promoting the 25th September to 4th October, 1964 as British Week Denmark. The company logo and name appear at the top of the pamphlet above a picture showing an aeroplane’s tail in the foreground and airport buildings in the background. Details of the routes flown by BEA and the types of aeroplanes used appear inside the pamphlet. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/32
Item 33: British European Airways - A4 Poster, [1964-1965]Add to your cart.
A poster designed for the promotion of British European Airways (BEA). The poster is in black and white and has a headline that reads ‘BEA is carrying more and more cargo to Europe’. Below the text is a picture of an aeroplane used by the airline being loaded with cargo. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/035/6, AR/01/Gra/035/7and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/33
Item 34: Hale and Marsden Limited - Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A letter-headed sheet of paper for a company called Hale and Marsden Limited Executive Recruitment Specialists. The name of the company and its’ type of business appear at the top of the paper to the right hand side with the address and names of the directors underneath. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper. The letterheaded paper has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight glue stains on reverse
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/34
Item 35: Unigate Creameries Limited - A5 Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A5 sized letter-headed sheet of paper for a company called Unigate Creameries Limited. The name of the company is printed in olive green at the top right hand side of the sheet with the address and contact details, in orange lettering, in a box underneath. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the letterheaded paper has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/36, AR/01/Gra/035/22, AR/01/Gra/035/23, AR/01/Gra/035/24 and AR/01/Gra/035/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/35
Item 36: Unigate Creameries Limited - A4 Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A4 sized letter-headed sheet of paper for a company called Unigate Creameries Limited. The name of the company is printed in olive green at the top right hand side of the page with the address and contact details, in orange lettering, in a box underneath. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the letterheaded paper has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight glue stains on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/35, AR/01/Gra/035/22, AR/01/Gra/035/23, AR/01/Gra/035/24 and AR/01/Gra/035/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/36
Item 37: Ilford Design Standards Manual - Photograph, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A photograph, in black and white, that pictures six pages from the Ilford Design Standards Manual. The headings at the top of the pages are ‘Product Coding Colours’, ‘The Ilford Logo Type’, ‘The Ilford Display Alphabets’, ‘Illustrated Covers’, ‘Examples of use of Colour: covers without illustration’ and ‘Tracing Sheet Number 1’. A number, 66040 and the name John Maltby Ltd together with a London address are stamped on the reverse of the photograph.  Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the photograph has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight glue stains on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/37
Item 38: Ilford Design Standards Manual - Photograph, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A photograph, in black and white, that pictures the front cover of the Ilford Design Standards Manual next to one of the inside pages. The heading at the top of the page is ‘The Ilford Symbol’. A number, 66039, and the name John Maltby Ltd together with a London address are stamped on the reverse of the photograph. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the photograph has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/38
Item 39: Ilford Colorslide Film - Product insert, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An insert designed to accompany Ilford’s 35mm cassette colorslide film. The insert has been folded in half and then in half again lengthways to form a thin oblong with the blue Ilford logo appearing on the top centre of the front fold, above the product description. Details of how to load the film, how to use it and how to get it processed are contained in the insert. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the insert has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/39
Item 40: Ilford Catalogues - Photograph, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A photograph, in black and white, showing the front covers of two of Ilford’s catalogues, the ‘Ilford Professional Catalogue 1965’ and the ‘Ilford Dealer Catalogue’, together with the open pages headed ‘Stabilisation Papers’ of a further catalogue. A number, 64300, and the name John Maltby Ltd together with a London address are stamped on the reverse of the photograph. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the photograph has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/40
Item 41: Ilford Product Brochures - Photograph, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A photograph, in black and white, showing the front covers of some of Ilford’s product brochures. The titles of the brochures are ‘Film of Many Faces’, ‘Medical X-Ray Films and Chemicals’, ‘Dental Radiography’ and ‘Professional Magnetic Sound Recording Films and Tapes’. A number, 64302, and the name John Maltby Ltd together with a London address are stamped on the reverse of the photograph. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the photograph has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/41
Item 42: Ilford Motion Picture Negative - Product insert, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An example of the packaging used by the Ilford company for its products. The plastic coated cardboard insert is entitled Ilford Motion Picture Negative and has been designed to be folded twice, creating three distinct parts for each side. Details of the different types of film and their uses are printed on the remaining five faces. The Ilford logo is printed in blue above the title of the insert and the colours blue and black have been used for the remaining text and diagrams. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the insert has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/42
Item 43: Ilford Limited Annual Accounts - Photograph, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A photograph, in black and white, showing the front cover of the company’s annual accounts, dated October 31st 1964, next to the open pages, 12 and 13, which show the ‘Consolidated Balance Sheet’ and ‘Notes to Consolidated Balance Sheet’. A number, 64301, and the name John Maltby Ltd together with a London address are stamped on the reverse of the photograph. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the photograph has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/43
Item 44: Ilford Limited - A4 Letterheaded paper, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An A4 sized sheet of letter-headed paper for the company Ilford Limited with the company logo, of a blue sun design, situated in the top right hand corner of the page. The name of the company appears next to the logo, above the address, with the contact details on the left hand side of the page. Mounted on to a sheet of A3 sized black paper the letterheaded paper has been inserted in to a plastic pocket in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/44
Item 45: Ilford Limited - Compliments slip, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip for the company Ilford Limited is printed, using the colours blue and black, on white paper. The Ilford logo is in blue at the top centre right of the slip with the words ‘with compliments’ and the company details n=beneath it in black lettering. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/45
Item 46: Ilford Limited - A5 Letterheaded paper, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An A5 sheet of letter-headed paper for the company Ilford Limited with the company logo, of a sun design, situated in the top right hand corner of the page. The name of the company appears on the left hand side of the page above the words ‘From R.A. Winters and a telephone number. Both the logo and the text are printed on white paper using the colour black. This item is mounted, with others, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. A business card is attached to the bottom left of the letter-headed paper. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/46
Item 47: Ilford Limited - Business card, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A business card for Derek Bryan Sales Manager – Medical X-ray of Ilford Limited is printed using the colour black on white card and is attached to the A5 sized letter-headed paper. The Ilford logo is situated to the centre of the left hand side with the person’s name and the company address details listed on the right hand side. This item is mounted, with the letter-headed paper, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/032/33,

AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33

Condition: Attached to AR/01/Gra/021/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/47
Item 48: Design Research Unit - A4 sized letterheaded paper, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of letter-headed paper, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, embossed on the left hand side. Contact details the address and the names of the partners and associates are printed beside the logo and below the name. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/48
Item 49: Design Research Unit - A5 sized letterheaded paper, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An A5 sheet of letter-headed paper, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, embossed on the left hand side. Contact details and the address are printed beside the logo and below the name. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted, with the compliments slip, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/49
Item 50: Design Research Unit - Compliments slip, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, embossed on the left hand side. ‘With compliments’ is printed next to the logo with the address and contact details printed at the bottom of the slip. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted, with the A5 letter-headed paper, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/50
Item 51: Design Research Unit - Address label, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An address label, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, using black outlined capital letters, on the left hand side. Next to the logo the address and contact details are printed leaving room below for an address to be written. An adhesive coats the reverse of the label which when moistened will attach the label to a letter or parcel. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted, with the order form, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/51
Item 52: Design Research Unit - Order form, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An order form, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, using black outlined capital letters, on the left hand side. ‘Order’ is printed above the logo in the top left corner of the page. Next to the logo the address and contact details are printed alongside an order number 3252. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted, with the address label, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/53, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/52
Item 53: Design Research Unit - Photographic work sheet, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A sheet of paper, designed for the Design Research Unit as photographic work sheet. The page is perforated and has a number following the name of the unit at the top left hand side of the page. This number is repeated in the top right hand corner of the page on the other side of the perforation.  The logo, DRU, using black outlined capital letters, is printed next to the perforation in the centre of the page. . Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer. This item is mounted, with two membership cards for the Zoological Society of London, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/035/19 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/53
Item 54: The Zoological Society of London - Associate membership card, 1964Add to your cart.
A Zoological Society of London 1964 associate membership card. The name of the society, type of card and the date are printed using black lettering on to a piece of yellow card measuring approximately 3½ inches by 2½ inches.  Black has been used for the lettering with room at the bottom for the members’ signature. Details of how and where the card can be used are printed on the reverse of the card. This item is mounted, with an order form for the Design Research Unit, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/55
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/54
Item 55: The Zoological Society of London - Ordinary Fellow membership card, 1964Add to your cart.
A Zoological Society of London, 1964, Ordinary Fellow membership card. The name of the society, type of card and the date are printed using black lettering on to a piece of orange card measuring approximately 3½ inches by 2½ inches.  Black has been used for the lettering with room at the bottom for the members’ signature. Details of how and where the card can be used are printed on the reverse of the card. This item is mounted, with an order form for the Design Research Unit, on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/54
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/55
Item 56: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Application form, [1968]Add to your cart.
An ‘Application for appointment to Permanent Clerical Staff’ form designed for the Prudential Assurance Company Limited. The form is printed, using black lettering and lines, on to a sheet of yellow paper. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/56
Item 57: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Application for loan form, [1968]Add to your cart.
A form, printed using black lettering and lines on white paper, with the title ‘Application for loan for House Purchase’. The form was designed for The Prudential Assurance Company Limited and is printed on both sides. Creases in the paper and the way that the company name and document title are arranged indicate that the form was designed to be folded into a booklet. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/57
Item 58: The Prudential Unit Trust Managers Limited - Contract note, [1968]Add to your cart.
A Contract Note designed for the Prudential Unit Trust Managers Limited. The name of the company appears at the top left hand side of the document above the address and telephone details while the words ‘Contract Note Purchaser’s copy’ are at the top right of the document. There are three parts to the Contract note, the purchaser’s copy, the agents copy and the name, ticket and computer copy with the bottom two parts printed on carbonised paper. Black print on white paper has been used for the document. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted, together with a second contract note in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/58
Item 59: The Prudential Unit Trust Managers Limited - Contract note, [1968]Add to your cart.
A Contract Note designed for the Prudential Unit Trust Managers Limited. The name of the company appears at the top left hand side of the document above the address and telephone details while the words ‘Contract Note Seller’s copy’ are at the top right of the document. There are three parts to the Contract note, the seller’s copy, the agent’s copy and the computer copy with the bottom two parts printed on carbonised paper. Black print on pink paper has been used for the document. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted, together with a second contract note in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/59
Item 60: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Bankers Order, [1968]Add to your cart.
A Bankers order form, printed using black lettering and lines on white paper. The form is for use in the transfer of payments to The Prudential Assurance Company Limited. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted, together with an accident claim form, in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/60
Item 61: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - GB Accident claim form, [1968]Add to your cart.
A form designed for the Prudential Assurance Company Limited for use in the settlement of a ‘GB/Accident Claim’. The form has been printed, using black lettering and lines on pale blue paper, to be used in the settlement of accident claims. . From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted, together with a Bankers Order, in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/61
Item 62: The Prudential Assurance Company Limited - GB Accident claim form, [1968]Add to your cart.
A form designed for the Prudential Assurance Company Limited with the heading ‘GB Accident claims’. Printed using blue lettering and lines on white paper, the form is for requesting information from a medical attendant in respect of accident claims by the company’s members. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/62
Item 63: The Prudential Unit Trust - Application form for units, [1968]Add to your cart.
AA form designed for the Prudential Unit Trust with the heading ‘Application Form for Units’. Printed using blue lettering and lines on white paper, the form is to be completed by persons applying to purchase units in the Prudential Unit Trust. From February until November, 1968, Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates where her accounts included Prudential Assurance. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/63
Item 64: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of directional signs situated within a building. The sign has an arrow pointing to the right for general enquiries and to the left for education enquiries. A further sign below this provides details of what is on each floor of the building. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a second photograph, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Sellotape marks on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/64
Item 65: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of directional signs situated within a building. The sign has an arrow pointing to the right for general enquiries and to the left for education enquiries. A further sign below this provides details of what is on each floor of the building. The photograph shows that the signs are situated on a wall at the top of a flight of stairs.  This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a second photograph, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Sellotape marks on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/65
Item 66: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of directional signs situated within a building. The picture shows a counter with a grill across it and two signs above it. One reads ‘Red Tickets’ and the other reads ‘Blue Tickets’. Each sign has an arrow pointing downwards to the left hand side of the lettering. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a two further photographs, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Note: A cut down version of AR/01/Gra/035/45
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/66
Item 67: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of signs situated within a building. The picture shows a sign with the single word ‘Men’ fixed to the wall above a door frame. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a two further photographs, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/67
Item 68: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of signs situated within a building. The picture shows a sign with the words ‘Architects Benevolent Society’ fixed to the wall above a door frame. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a two further photographs, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Note: A cut down version of AR/01/Gra/035/46
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/68
Item 69: Test Certificate - Blue Circle Group, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A ‘test certificate’ designed for The Cement Marketing Company Limited, a member of the Blue Circle Group. The logo, a blue circle, for the Blue Circle Group appears in the top left hand corner of the certificate with the company name and address printed, using blue lettering, in the top right hand corner. ‘Test certificate’ and the words ‘’417’ Quick Setting Extra Rapid-Hardening Portland Cement’ are printed, using purple lettering, below the company name. The reverse of the certificate is blank. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a second test certificate, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/70
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/69
Item 70: Test Certificate - Blue Circle Group, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A ‘test certificate’ designed for The Cement Marketing Company Limited, a member of the Blue Circle Group. The logo, a blue circle, for the Blue Circle Group appears in the top left hand corner of the certificate with the company name and address printed, using blue lettering, in the top right hand corner. ‘Test certificate’ and the words ‘'Sulfacrete’ Sulphate resisting Cement’ are printed, using orange lettering, below the company name. The reverse of the certificate has an abstract from the British Standard Specification 4027:1966 for Sulphate-resisting Cement printed on it. This item is mounted on an A3 sized sheet of black paper, together with a second test certificate, and is inserted in to a plastic pocket contained in the portfolio.
Condition: Slight stains from glue on reverse
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/69
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/021/70
Box 22: Box containing memorabilia relating FHK Henrion and profiles of designers, 1987-1991Add to your cart.
Items 1-16 in the box consist of some correspondence between FHK (Henri) Henrion and Angela and between Marion Henrion and Angela, after Henri's death in 1990. There are items that relate to celebrations for Henri, before and after his death, some articles written by and about Henri and some obituaries for him. Angela worked for Henrion Associates in 1967-1968.   The other two pieces are articles ripped out of magazines, profiling Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar, for whom Angela worked in 1969-1973, and Dieter Rams.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022
Item 1: Letter, 1984Add to your cart.
A short letter from Henrion, replying to a letter sent by Angela some time before. The letter is dated 15.11.84. Henrion talks about having difficulties finding somebody who employs designers at the head of the COI Publishing Division. He also invites her to a conference called ‘Graphic Communication Design Education: Present and Future’. Around the edge of the letter is some printed information about the conference.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/o1/GRA/022/1
Item 2: Letter, 1989Add to your cart.
A letter from Henri Henrion to Angela on paper headed with the name ‘FHK Henrion’, along with his contact details. The letter, dated by Henri as 15.11.89, is handwritten in red ink and thanks Angela for her part in organising a party held the day before. On the back of the letter is a note, written by Henri in blue ink, apologising for the delay of a month and he adds that he has sent her some photographs as a souvenir.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/2
Item 3: Letter, 1989Add to your cart.
A photocopy of a letter sent to Henri Henrion from Angela Reeves, dated 30th September 1989. In the letter Angela is offering her support and sympathy to Henrion and his wife after she recently learned of his illness. She praises him as one of the 'greats' of the design profession and talks about how much she enjoyed working for him.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/3
Item 4: Letter, 1991Add to your cart.
A photocopy of a letter that Angela sent to Marion Wesel-Henrion, Henri Henrion's wife. Angela thanks Marion for her invitation to the celebration held in honour of Henri, and talks about how special and heartening the celebration was. The celebration was held at the Royal Society of Arts, on the 21st of January 1991. Written in pen underneath is Marion's address and telephone number.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/022/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/4
Item 5: Celebration of Henri's Life, 1991Add to your cart.
An A5 piece of paper with a photograph of Henri Henrion printed on it, with the words ‘A celebration of Henri Henrion’s life at the Royal Society of Arts, 21 January 1991’. There is a list of names below this and attached on the back is a smaller piece of paper with a typed-up poem. There is also a brown tape mark that indicates something else, was at one time, attached to the paper.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/022/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/5
Item 6: Photograph of Henrion, [1991]Add to your cart.
A black and white, photocopied photograph, about A5 size, of Henri Henrion's profile. Imposed on the photograph is a leaf wreath around Henrion's head. Below the photograph is a message to Angela from Marion, Henrion's wife, that says the photograph is for Angela as a reminder of 'Henri's wonderful profile and his way of looking far beyond through everybody'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/5
Item 7: Invitation, 1989Add to your cart.
A red piece of A4 inviting people to the Henrion Celebration 14 May 1989. There is a paragraph explaining that there was to be a lunch to celebrate Henri Henrion’s 75th birthday, the menu and a list of the guests’ names. Angela Reeves is one of the guests. The hosts of the party were Henri and his wife Marion.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/7
Item 8: Design Diary, 1988Add to your cart.
An A3 photocopy of a page of Designweek, from the 21st October 1988. The section Design Diary contains an article called ‘Communications gap with the Minister’ about the aftermath of Henri Henrion’s conversation with Minister for Design, John Butcher, when Henrion said that there should be more to design than profit. Henrion drew from the incident that 'the overwhelming motive of this Government is the profit motive...and the profit motive is dominating most design offices today'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/8
Item 9: Propaganda in World War II, 1987Add to your cart.
A3 photocopies of an article from Blueprint in the December-January 1987 issue, pp. 34-37. It is entitled ‘Propaganda in World War II’. It is about Henri Henrion's early career and education, and his design work during the war, some examples of which are included.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/9
Item 10: FHK Henrion Obituary, 1990Add to your cart.
A page from the Creative Review, dated September 1990, p. 57. It contains an obituary for Henri Henrion. The obituary was written by Chris Ludlow, at the time a director of corporate identity consultants for Henrion, Ludlow & Schmidt.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/10
Item 11: FHK Henrion OBE RDI AGI PPCSD, [1990]Add to your cart.
An A3 page from a publication of the Chartered Society of Designers. It contains an obituary for Henri Henrion. The obituary was written by Dick Negus who was the Past President of the Chartered Society of Designers, a post that Henrion had also previously held.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/11
Item 12: Letters, 1987Add to your cart.
A photocopy of the letters page from DesignWeek, 6th March 1987. There is a letter from Henri Henrion in reply to a letter sent in by Tony Stokoe three weeks previously. The content of the letter is refuting Stokoe's idea that no restrictions should be put in place on the entry to the Society of Illustrators, Artists and Designers. Henrion wrote that he believes that market forces were making profitability of high importance, which meant quality of design was suffering. Printed underneath the letter is 'FHK Henrion. 35 Pond Street, London NW3 2PN.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/12
Item 13: Icograda Executive Boards, 1988Add to your cart.
A white booklet, slightly shorter than A4 size, produced by Icograda, The International Council of Graphic Design Associations, in its twenty-fifth anniversary year. On the first page of the booklet is some information about the Association and on every page thereafter is a photograph of, and information about all the Past Presidents and other information about the Association, for the years that the Presidents were in the position. The president from 1968 to 1970 was Henri Henrion.
Condition: Good, some marks on the cover
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/13
Item 14: Icograda Message Board, 1990Add to your cart.
A publication from Icograda, The International Council of Graphic Design Associations. Message Board was edited and produced by Dudley Holligsworth and normally published four times a year. This is number 2 from 1990. It contains news about the Association, stories of events and other items of interest to the Association members. On page four Henri Henrion is mentioned in relation to a speaker who quoted him during a seminar in Japan. There is also a section on page five about Henrion's announcement that he was stepping down from being chairman of the Association.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/14
Item 15: A Tribute to Peter Kneebone, 1990Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet containing tributes to Peter Kneebone from many people in the design industry. The first section of the booklet is a longer tribute than the others and recounts of Peter as a designer, educator, writer and professional, written by Willy de Majo the founder president of Icograda. On the third page is a tribute from Henri Henrion. The booklet was produced and compiled by Willy de Majo and assisted by David Playne, Gill Davies and Dudley Hollingsworth.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/15
Item 16: Icograda Message Board, 1990Add to your cart.
A publication from Icograda, The International Council of Graphic Design Associations. Message Board was edited and produced by Dudley Holligsworth and normally published four times a year. This is number 4 from 1990. It contains news about the Association, stories of events and other items of interest to the Association members. On page three is an obituary for Henri Henrion, written by Dudley Hollingsworth, with some shorter messages from four others.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/16
Item 17: Chermayeff & Geismar interviews, 1981Add to your cart.
Pages 3 - 10 of the New York Magazine from May 1981. Page 3 has an obituary of Herb Lubalin, a design director. The next two pages is an interview with / profile of Ivan Chermayeff, along with a pencil drawn portrait of him. The portrait is by Dian Friedman and the interview is conducted by Gertrude Snyder. There is a chronology of key years in his life. The same thing is repeated on the next two pages, but with the subject being Tom Geismar. The following two pages are examples of both Chermayeff and Geismar's work. Chermayeff and Geismar were the partners of the firm by the same name, where Angela worked between 1969 and 1973.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/17
Item 18: Profile, 1987Add to your cart.
A page from an issue of Designweek, dated 26th June 1987. It is from the Profile section and is about the designer Professor Dieter Rams, written by Jeremy Mason.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/022/18
Box 23: Box containing a mixture of publications relating to many aspects of design, 1964-2004Add to your cart.
The box contains publications from and about the Wynkyn de Worde Society and Eric Gill, copies of the journal Parenthesis, publications from and about companies Chermayeff & Geismar, Wood & Wood and Lamy and a book about the new architecture of humanism.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023
Item 1: Wynkyn de Worde Father of Fleet Street, 2003Add to your cart.
Wynkyn de Worde, by James Moran, published by the British Lirbrary, London, 2003. It is a hard-backed book, in between A5 and A4 size. It has a grey book cover, on which is printed the title and the Wynkyn de Worde Society's symbol of a sun, printed in gold. The cover gives the information that the book is written by James Moran, with a chronological bibliography of works on Wynkyn de Worde compiled by Lotte Hellinga and Mary Erler. It also says that there is a preface by John Dreyfus. The inside of the cover informs that this is a third edition, the original published in 1960. 1050 copies were printed of this edition, some for sale and some for the members and friends of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The book is about Wynkyn de Worde who is thought of as the man who brought printing to Fleet Street in 1500. Slotted inside the front cover of this book is a pamphlet, item 2 in this box, which provides a resume of the Society's publishing history.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/023/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/1
Item 2: Publishing at W de W, 2003Add to your cart.
An A5 sized pamphlet written by the Honorary Publisher, John Taylor, of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. He provides a brief resume of the Society's publishing history since 1960 when the first publication appeared, which was 'Wynkyn de Worde, Father of Fleet Street', by James Moran. The first two pages is the text of the resume and there follows on the next two pages, a list of the Society's publications. The pamphlet was slotted in the cover of the book 'Wynkyn de Worde, Father of Fleet Street', which is item 1 in this box.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/023/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/2
Item 3: Forty Years On: The Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957-1997, 1997Add to your cart.
Forty Years On: The Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957-1997 , compiled by Leonard Chave, Honorary Archivist to the Society, published by Honorary Publisher The Wynkyn de Worde Society, Hatfield, 1997. It is a hard-backed book, slightly larger than A5 size. It has a cream cover with the title and the Wynkyn de Worde symbol of a sun in dark blue print. The picture and title flow from the back cover on to the front. This work celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Society. It is a collection of items from the archive, documenting the Society's activities since 1957. It includes details of 200 speakers, principal outings, and events, drawing on Minute Books, printed table offerings and keepsakes, and more substantial publications of the Society.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/3
Item 4: Blood and Laughter, 1983Add to your cart.
Blood and Laughter: Caricatures from the 1905 Revolution, by David King and Cathy Porter, published by Jonathan Cape Ltd, London, 1983. An A4 sized hard backed book containing information and images from the satirical journals of Russia's 1905 Revolution.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/4
Item 5: Parenthesis, 2004Add to your cart.
Full title: 'The Journal of The Fine Press Book Association, Parenthesis, Concerning the Book Arts'. From November 2004, number 10. This journal has several articles on a wide range of subjects, and sections for book reviews, and typeface and paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/5
Item 6: Parenthesis, 2004Add to your cart.
Full title: 'The Journal of The Fine Press Book Association, Parenthesis, Concerning the Book Arts'. From March 2004, number 9. This journal has several articles on a wide range of subjects, and sections for book reviews, and typeface and paper.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/6
Item 7: Eric Gill: The Continuing Tradition, 1990Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a cream coloured, card cover. The words on the front are printed in black ink and read, 'Eric Gill: The continuing tradition. The Monotype Recorder. New series Autumn 1990 number eight. The Monotype Corporation plc'. At the bottom of the page is an embossed symbol representing Eric Gill's initials. The booklet contains a series of articles about Eric Gill, celebrating his achievements in type design, his life and work, personal relationships and the types he created. It is illustrated with colour and black and white photographs and drawings.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/7
Item 8: Chermayeff & Geismar, 1981Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a card cover. The front cover shows several envelopes that are addressed to Chermayeff and/or Geismar, but with their names spelled wrong. The booklet contains an article written by Henry Wolf about Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and the biographies of the four men who headed the company. There then follows examples of the corporate identities that Chermayeff & Geismar Assoc. created and several more short articles, some of which were written by Chermayeff and Geismar themselves. The text in the booklet appears in both English and Japanese.
Condition: Good, some red marks on the back cover
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/8
Item 9: The Sign, 1991Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with the words 'The Sign' printed in large letters wrapped around the back and front cover. Each letter looks 3D, as though taken from a sign. The booklet was created to mark two decades of Wood & Wood International Signs Limited making signs with designers. It contains photographs of and text about signs that were created for various businesses and companies. Amongst the designers of the signs are Pentagram and The Partners Design Consultants. The whole booklet was designed by The Partners.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/9
Item 10: Typographic Norms, 1964Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a black cover and the title embossed on the front. In shiny black print is the author's name, Anthony Froshaug.  A loose A4 sheet of paper with red print tells us that this is the third in the series of graphic design essays printed and published by The Kynoch Press in cooperation with the Designers and Art Directors Association of London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/10
Item 11: The Statue of Liberty Exhibit, 1986Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet highlighting some of the chapters of the Statue of Liberty's history as they were presented in the exhibit in July 1986, one hundred years after its erection. The exhibit focused on two major themes: its origin and construction and its evolution into a national and international symbol. It contains many colour photographs and text. There is also a separate grey piece of paper that has a list of the people and companies involved in the exhibit. Amongst the names are Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar, who were the principals of Metaform Incorporated who designed and produced the exhibit.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/11
Item 12: CS6 Lamy, [1994]Add to your cart.
A card folder/booklet that has the words 'Strathmore Graphics Gallery' at the top of the front cover and a photograph of a fountain pen on with 'CS6 Lamy' printed over the top. Lamy was a top producer of writing instruments in Germany. It contains information about the company in English and German, a case study from Strathmore Papers, which involves examples of stationery and photographs and information about previous pens created by Lamy.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/12
Item 13: Community and Privacy, 1965Add to your cart.
An A5 sized book entitled 'Community and Privacy', by Serge Chermayeff and Christopher Alexander, a Doubleday Anchor Book, 1963. The subtitle is 'Toward a New Architecture of Humanism'. On the first page is a handwritten note, saying 'To Paul Goodman with respectful admiration. Chermayeff'. Serge was an architect and was Ivan Chermayeff's father. Angela worked for Ivan between 1969 and 1973, and in the 1990s.
Condition: Good, slightly discoloured cover
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/023/13
Box 24: Slides, 1996Add to your cart.

A jiffy bag containing six small boxes, each holding, on average, twenty slides. Four of the boxes are labelled from 1 - 4, each with the word 'me' written on the label. Box number 1 also has the words 'spring 96' written on it, with a post-it note stuck on, reading 'Lecture work - responsibilities Spring 1996'. The other two boxes are labelled 'Spare'. Some of the slides have numbers and notes written on their edges. Most of the slides, including the ones in the boxes labelled 'spare', relate to the Royal Mail or the Post Office. Angela worked for the Royal Mail as a manager on the Stamp Show 2000 Project during 1996

24/10/2019 Scanned and digitised. Taken out of the original plastic boxes and put into archive quality slide boxes

Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/024
Box 25: Slides, [1996]Add to your cart.

Three separate folders containing slides and other ephemera. The first folder holds approximately 150 slides, and is labelled 'work DRU, Freelance, Royal Mail'. The second folder is labelled 'Stamp lecture material (not my work)' and contains papers relating to Angela's previous employments and twenty slides. The third folder is labelled 'New York work 1996 - 1999' and contains three further sub-folders, each labelled with companies' names, holding over a hundred slides per folder.

11/10/2018 Scanned and digitised. Removed from original folder which had metal bindings. Stored in archive quality slide boxes. Maintained in original order.

Condition: Good
Location: A3 - c (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/025
Box 26: Slides and other ephemera, [1984-]Add to your cart.

The box contains three folders containing over two hundred slides of some of the corporate identities that Angela worked on during her time at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates. Inside one of the folders are a lot of papers, some handwritten notes by Angela, some typed information. There are also several letters from Ivan Chermayeff and Tom Geismar, addressed to Angela, and a photograph of Angela, probably from the 1970s with her work colleagues (duplicate of this in box 36, item 29). In the box there are three paper weights. Two are miniature red post-boxes. One is made from glass and has Angela's name inscribed on it, which was presented to her by the British Post Office at the London Economic Summit of June 1984.

Note: October 2018 - Slides removed from their original folders to digitise and for reasons of preservation. Slides now contained in archival quality slide boxes.

Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/026
Item 1: Ivan Chermayeff Correspondence, c. mid 1970sAdd to your cart.

Contained in this item are two correspondence from Ivan Chermayeff. One is a postcard addressed to Angela Reeves at her Lisle Street, London address asking her to send him a telephone number. The postcard itself is marked as showing the Man eating Jalebee 1975 by Bhupen Khakhar, is date stamped but not fully, and bears a 10p stamp.

The second correspondence is a marriage announcement declaring that Ivan Chermayeff and Jane Clark were married on September 24, 1978 in North Salem, New York. It is retained with it's original envelope which bears the New York postmark and 3 US stamps, one depicting a quill and ink pot and the other two bearing the American flag.

Condition: Good condition
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/01
Item 2: Tom Geismar Correspondence, c. 1980 - mid 1990sAdd to your cart.
This item consists of 6 handwritten letters from Tom Geismar to Angela Reeves. Some are personal notes arranging meetings/lunches and sharing personal news. The others contain some information relating to the amount of money the company of Chermayeff and Geismar were paying her for aspects of her work for them.
Condition: In excellent condition
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/02
Item 3: Typed index of slides from binder 1, c.1960s - 1970sAdd to your cart.
Typed index of the slides that were contained within a binder giving some detail as to the companies Angela Reeves worked for and the images relating to those companies that are displayed on the slides.
Condition: The print remains clear and easily legible.
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/03
Item 4: Handwritten index of slides from binder 1, 1960s - 1970sAdd to your cart.
A handwritten list in black ink on lined paper detailing the contents of the slides contained originally in binder 1, now stored in archival quality boxes for preservation.
Associated material: This item seems to relate to the printed index found at AR/01/GRA/026/03
Condition: Good. Some discolouration to the edges but very clear and legible writing
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/04
Item 5: The Slides - Presentation notesAdd to your cart.
This is a typed, numbered index that appears to have corresponded to the slides within binder 3. It appears to have been related to different projects that Angela Reeves had worked on for a variety of companies and demonstrates a range of her designs, presumably used in a talk she delivered to an unidentified person/persons.
Condition: Excellent condition
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/05
Item 6: Mobil Gas Design StandardsAdd to your cart.
Sent on headed paper from the offices of Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, this is a typed 9 page design standard for the company Mobil LP-Gas.
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/06
Item 7: Black and white photograph., c 1973Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph showing 5 individuals. It is taken in what looks to be a work environment and depicts Angela Reeves in discussion with the other members of the group. There is a possible reference number written in pencil on the reverse as well as the date 1973
Condition: Image remains clear and crisp
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/07
Item 8: Slides from binder 1Add to your cart.
This slide box contains approx 200 slides from various projects worked on by Angela Reeves that were previously contained within a black slide folder. These were removed in October 2018 for preservation purposes.
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/08
Item 9: Slides from binder 2Add to your cart.
This slide box contains approx 190 slides that were previously contained within a black binder, removed and placed into archival quality slide boxes in October 2018.
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/09
Item 10: Slides from binder 3Add to your cart.
This slide box contains approx 100 slides used in a talk/presentation given by Angela Reeves showing some of the work she did for a number of different companies and industries. Prior to October 2018 these were stored in a black binder with slide holding inserts. These have since been removed to enable preservation and the slides are now stored in archival quality boxes.
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/10
Item 11: Replica PostboxesAdd to your cart.
This item consists of two red replica postboxes bearing the crown mark and a mock mail collection times notice. The bottom is covered in felt.They stand approx 12cm high.
Location: Currently on display in cabinet NW007
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/11
Item 12: London Economic Summit Paperweight, 1984Add to your cart.
This is an acrylic paperweight square in shape, which contains a postage stamp depicting Lancaster House which looks to have been produced to commemorate the London Economic Summit of 1984. It bears the logo of the summit and the date June 1984. The front is inscribed with the name Angela Reeves. The bottom of the paperweight is black and is inscribed with the words Presented by the British Post Office.
Location: Currently on display in cabinet NW007
Unique identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/12
Box 27: Box containing exhibition catalogues, ephemera from the Mexican Olympics, some articles and ephemera, 1968-1975Add to your cart.
The box contains several catalogues that accompanied exhibitions, mainly to do with graphic art and design. There are several pieces that relate to the Olympics that were held in Mexico in 1968. There are some unrelated articles such as a magazine piece and a Christmas booklet. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of boxes numbered 1-8. This was box number 1.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027
Item 1: Communication Graphics 1971/72 AIGA, 1971-19172Add to your cart.
An exhibition catalogue by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. It is almost A4 size with a cream coloured soft cover with a picture of a fist on the front and back, in negative photography. The catalogue has a numbered list of examples of designs. For each design it lists information such as the client, the title, the designer firm, designer and art director, next to the design. A small number  of the 200 designs have Chermayeff & Geismar Associates as the design firm, the firm for which Angela was working in 1971-2. At the back of the book is an index of clients, design firms and designers.
Condition: Good, slightly discoloured around the edges
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/12
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/1
Item 2: Le monde de Franklin et de Jefferson, 1975Add to your cart.
A square booklet, just wider than A4 size, with a picture of an old American flag on the front with the number 76 on it and the title at the bottom of the cover. The booklet is a catalogue accompanying an exhibition celebrating the bicentennial of the American Revolution. The booklet contains colour photographs and text describing pieces in the exhibition. The whole booklet is written in French.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/2-5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/2
Item 3: The world of Franklin and Jefferson, 1975Add to your cart.
A square booklet, just wider than A4 size, with a picture of an old American flag on the front with the number 76 on it and the title at the bottom of the cover. The booklet is a catalogue accompanying an exhibition celebrating the bicentennial of the American Revolution, held at the British Museum in 1975. The booklet contains colour photographs and text describing pieces in the exhibition. The whole booklet is written in English. Slotted into the booklet is a map of the exhibition and a souvenir timeline.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/4, AR/01/GRA/027/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/3
Item 4: The world of Franklin and Jefferson map, 1975Add to your cart.
Slotted into the exhibition catalogue this map is made of paper, the same size as the booklet, when folded in half. It has a map of the exhibition on it, splitting it up into four sections.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/3, AR/01/GRA/027/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/4
Item 5: The world of Franklin and Jefferson souvenir, 1975Add to your cart.
A long piece of concertinaed card, folded into a square shape, just smaller than the exhibition catalogue it was slotted into. On the front it has these words printed on it: 'Souvenir of an American Bicentennial Exhibition. The world of Franklin and Jefferson. September-November 1975. British Museum'. Inside is a chart showing Franklin's and Jefferson's lives in relation to each other and to some of the events of their times.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/3, AR/01/GRA/027/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/5
Item 6: 14 winners from 1972/73 AIGA show, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
A small, white booklet, between A4 and A5 size, with the title printed in black. Inside are the details of fourteen of the winners from the American Institute of Graphic Arts show, with the design pieces printed in black and white along side. The booklet was created by Crafton Graphic Company Inc. as all the fourteen winners were printed by this company. On the back page of the booklet is a message from the company explaining why they were so successful. Five of the designs were created by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates, and one of these was designed by Angela Reeves.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/6
Item 7: Olympic Newsletter 14, 1968Add to your cart.
A square card folder, slightly wider than A4 size. The front cover has the words 'Olympic Newsletter 14' in small black type, with 'Mexico 68' printed in large pink and green lettering with the five Olympic rings printed in black over the '68'. Under this are the words 'Pre -Olympic postage stamps'. Below, and all around the cover, are examples of the postage stamps that represent the Olympics. They all have a brightly coloured background, with a silhouetted image of a sport and the 'Mexico 68' title on them. Inside the front cover of the folder gives some information about the pre-Olympic stamps printed from 1965 in Mexico. The back page is a colour photograph of a wooden mask that was used as a mailbox in eighteenth century Mexico. The inside of the back cover continues the information about the pre-Olympic postage stamps. The folder also holds a paper booklet of the same size about the Oaxtepec Vacation Center.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/8, AR/01/GRA/027/20, AR/01/GRA/027/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/7
Item 8: Pictorial Review 14, 1968Add to your cart.
A square paper booklet, slotted into the Olympic Newsletter 14, of the same size. The words 'Oaxtepec Vacation Center' also appear on the front along with the 'Mexico 68' logo and a black and white photograph of the Center. Inside is a little information about the Center, which was the location for the three day equestrian event. The main content of the booklet is black and white photographs of the location.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/7, AR/01/GRA/027/20, AR/01/GRA/027/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/8
Item 9: Knoll/Portrait of a Corporation, 1972Add to your cart.
A red booklet with a card cover. The title appears in white type in the top right hand corner, with the words 'Catalog of the exhibition held at the Mead Library of Ideas New York, July 1972' printed below, in smaller type. Inside the front cover is a little information about the exhibition and the company, Knoll. There follows pages of black and white photographs of examples of Knoll's graphic design work. Inside the back cover are the credits.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/9
Item 10: The Seventeenth Annual Type Directors Club Awards Exhibit, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a large '17' on the cover, underneath which is the title. There is a short introduction on the first page and the rest of the booklet lists the 181 shortlisted competition entries. It provides a black and white photograph of the entry and some details such as the designer and the client. For one of the nominations, Angela was type director.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/030/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/10
Item 11: Philip Morris Annual Report 1972, 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with cigarette packet designs on the front cover. Inside is the annual report for Philip Morris Inc., 1972
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/10
Item 12: Communication Graphics 1972/73, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
A slightly smaller than A4 sized booklet  with a blue cover and the top right corner cut away to reveal the title page. The booklet was created by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. It is the catalogue that accompanied the 1972/73 Communication Graphics show. The first four pages have some information about the exhibition and AIGA and then it lists the exhibits. The details of each exhibition piece are printed next to a black and white photograph of it. Items 83 and 112 in the catalogue were designed by Angela Reeves.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/12
Item 13: Apollo 8 man around the moon, 1968Add to your cart.
This A4 booklet has a photograph of the Earth, taken from the Moon on the front cover. The booklet chronicles the first time that a manned flight left the earth's orbit, was captured by and escaped from the gravitational pull of another celestial body and returned safely home. Illustrated with colour and black and white photographs the booklet briefly details the astronauts training, the building of Apollo 8 and the journey from the earth to the moon and back again. Issued by the Office of Public Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington D.C. the booklet was printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office in 1968.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/13
Item 14: AIGA call for entries, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
A piece of folded card with rectangles cut out of the first two sides. One side is blue, the other red and another yellow. It is an invitation for people to enter the AIGA Communications Graphics Show for 1970-1971. It has details such as entry requirements and fees.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/14
Item 15: Chryssa exhibition, [1973]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet of the Chryssa exhibition at the Galerie Denise René. The first page has an introduction by Vivian Campbell. Chryssa was the artist who put together the pieces for the exhibition, which are mostly made from plexiglass and neon lights.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/15
Item 16: Article, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a brown paper cover. The front cover has the title in the top left corner. On the inside of the front cover is the word 'Haling' printed in a large font. The subtitle underneath is, 'Motor cycle gangs in America' by George Sellers Haling. There is some text explaining a bit about the 'Hell's Angels' and then six pages of black and white photographs of them. Inside the back cover the text from the first page continues.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/16
Item 17: The world of Franklin and Jefferson Quotes, 1975Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white paper with typed quotes on both sides, from Franklin and Jefferson. This came with the catalogue that accompanied the The World of Franklin and Jefferson exhibition for the bicentennial of the American Revolution.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/17
Item 18: Marcel Breuer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
A square booklet with a black and white photograph of a stone wall on the front cover and the title in large white font. The booklet accompanies an exhibition on the architect Marcel Breuer's work. It mostly consists of an article by Wolf Von Eckardt about Breuer and several colour photographs of Breuer's architecture. It contains a few other pieces of writing, one by Breuer himself. The booklet was designed by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and Ivan Chermayeff is listed at the back of the booklet as a sponsor.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/18
Item 19: The Graffiti 'Hit' Parade, 1972Add to your cart.
A magazine article in 'New York' magazine. The subtitle, '...It gets bigger and brighter. In recognition of this grand graffiti conquest of the subways, the Taki Awards are inaugurated...'.  The article is three pages long with photographs of the winning graffiti. The article has been kept in a card folder.
Condition: Good, pages not connected
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/19
Item 20: Mexican Olympic paper, 1968Add to your cart.
A piece of writing paper with the words 'Mexican Olympic information office' and the logo in the top right corner. The New York address is printed below this.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/7, AR/01/GRA/027/8, AR/01/GRA/027/21
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/20
Item 21: Mexican Olympic paper, 1968Add to your cart.
A piece of white A4 writing paper. The Mexico 68 logo is in large writing at the top of the page with the Mexican Information Office name and address in New York below in small type.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/4, AR/01/GRA/027/5, AR/01/GRA/027/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/21
Item 22: Unbreakable exhibition catalogue, 1969Add to your cart.
A booklet, slightly wider but shorter than A4. On the front cover is an embossed picture of a comb with broken teeth and the title 'Unbreakable' written on the comb. At the bottom of the cover are the words 'Push Pin Studios. Fifteen Years of Heartache and Aggravation. Mead Library of Ideas.' The booklet is a catalogue of work for the exhibition, which showcased the work of present and former participants.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/22
Item 23: The Graphic Art of Paul Rand, 1970Add to your cart.
A pamphlet that accompanied an exhibition of Paul Rand's work at the IBM Gallery in New York in 1970. The front cover is black with a picture of a hand balancing a spinning top on the finger. The picture is drawn in simple lines and blocks of colour. The title is printed in white and looks like handwriting. The insides of the covers are printed with text about Paul Rand and his work. The back cover has quotes on it from other people talking about Rand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/23
Item 24: About U.S., [1970s]Add to your cart.
A booklet, just larger than A5 size with a grey cover. The cover gives the information that this is a series of 16-page inserts reprinted from Der Druckspeigel, graphic arts magazine, Stuttgart, Germany, and experimental typography by American designers. It is number two in the series and is called 'That New York', designed by Brown John, Chermayeff and Geismar. On the inside of the back cover is a piece of writing called 'That New York', by Percy Seitlin and the back cover gives information about the designers and About U.S.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/24
Item 25: Toward harmony and brotherhood, 1972Add to your cart.
An A5 sized booklet. The cover is possibly handmade paper, white, with pieces of shiny thread in it. There is a motif on the front made out of the letters b,d and h, which match the title. The first page gives the title, the motif and under these the words, 'Christmas MCMLXXII Master Eagle Family of Companies'. The next page introduces the booklet as a collection of thoughts expressing our consciousness of the spirit of Christmas. On every left hand page is a quote from a famous writer and a colour drawing on the right hand side.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/25
Item 26: Fineberg baby announcement, 1970Add to your cart.
An A6 sized envelope with Angela's address in New York on it. There is a stamp but no frank mark. On the back the sender's address is printed in blue and red. Inside is another translucent envelope with 'Andrew Brian Fineberg. Six pounds one ounce, nineteen inches. 14 July 1970, 12:21 p.m. Bastille Day' printed on it in blue and red ink. Inside the envelope is a photograph of a baby with a tiny French flag drawn or stuck onto the baby's bottom.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/027/26
Box 28: Box containing items relating to design research and guidelines, 1967-[1974]Add to your cart.
This box contains two booklets from the Design Research Unit, some guidelines for signposting, a letter from Angela on behalf of two Societies engaging in research and a re-design proposal for a magazine. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 2.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028
Item 1: Design Research Unit, [1960s - 1970s]Add to your cart.
A black A4 folder containing ten thin pages of typed text. It contains information and guidelines about Pilkington Signposting, for example the kinds of signs, the lettering on the sings, the colour and sizing. After the ten pages are seven card pages of diagrams, showing lettering, sizes and spacing. Slotted in the back of the booklet are three A4 sized photographs, printed on paper, of Pilkington Signposts. There are also four more pieces of card that have more lettering printed on them. One of these pages has handwritten notes on the back in pen and pencil.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/1
Item 2: USIS report, [1960s - 1970s]Add to your cart.
Thirteen pieces of paper, just longer than A4 length, which make up a report that proposes recommendations for the development of a Graphic Program for the United States Information Services in Germany. The purpose of the Graphic Program is to evolve a visual identity for the USIS and to review the production of printed and graphic material.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/2
Item 3: Sign information, [1960s - 1970s]Add to your cart.
Seven pages of paper, with a table of information. It gives the sign number, copy, the position, the type of design, the height of the letters, size and any notes. The information refers to signs within a building on several floors. Angela's initials are written in pen in the top right hand corner of the first page, and there are also arrows drawn next to certain words.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/3
Item 4: Letter and Questionnaire, [1960s-1970s]Add to your cart.
A copy of a letter, the addressee unknown, from Angela Reeves. She writes on behalf of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers, and the Society for Typographic Designers Typographers' Computer Working Group. She requests some information to help them with their research. Attached is a questionnaire for the recipient to complete.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/4
Item 5: Redesign Programme, [1974-1975]Add to your cart.
A pink card folder containing eleven pages of typed A4. The title of the document is, 'Informations & Documents. Proposals for implementing a Redesign Programme'. The programme is for redesigning the magazine, called 'Informations and Documents', which was a monthly magazine sent to a specially selected subscription list.
Condition: Good, front cover becoming unstuck
Related to: AR/01/GRA/028/5, AR/01/GRA/038/45, AR/01/GRA/038/46, AR/01/GRA/038/47, AR/01/GRA/038/78
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/5
Item 6: A Co-ordinated Design Policy for BATA, 1967Add to your cart.
A grey A4 card booklet with the title at the bottom of the cover and the letters 'DRU' at the top. The first page has the names of four people and the signatures of three of those people. The following pages contain a contents list of the report and the first three sections of the report, out of a total of twelve, which are Terms of Reference, The Programme and The Aims of a Corporate Identity. It was created by the Design Research Unit, London, June 1967.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/028/6
Box 29: Box containing booklets that relate to a broad range of design topics and several booklets unrelated to design., 1967-1984Add to your cart.
This box contains publications designed by Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, examples from Strathmore Paper, Champion Papers about printing sales, Company Publications about corporate communication and catalogues showcasing various products for Knoll. There is also a booklet about war-time aeroplanes, an exhibition booklet, two booklets about education in New York and a pamphlet about a film. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 3.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029
Item 1: Report and Studies in the History of Art 1969, 1970Add to your cart.
An A4 sized book with the title in red print on the cover with a black and white image of 'Daniel in the Lion's Den' - a Rubens painting. The book was produced by the National Gallery of Art, in Washington, USA. It was designed by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates. It features articles on topics related to art and the report for the fiscal year 1969.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/1
Item 2: Mobil Graphics 3, 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 sized card booklet that folds out into three sections. On the front page is the title, the editor's note and some information about the 'No Smoking' signs developed by Mobil. Inside there is an explanation of the basic colour philosophy of the Mobil program. It is illustrated with colour pictures. The consultants for this publication were Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/2
Item 3: Burlington corporate mark guidelines, 1969Add to your cart.
A spiral bound, square booklet with the Burlington logo on the front. The booklet contains guidelines about the size, colour and usage of the corporate mark. The mark was created by Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/3
Item 4: Strathmore presents, 1973Add to your cart.
A small, square, bright green envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates. The envelope is franked 'Jan 26, '73, West Springfield, Mass.' On the back are the words 'Strathmore Paper Company. Westfield, Massachusetts 01085'. Inside the envelope is a bright orange booklet with these words printed in blue on the front: 'Strathmore presents the un-square electric invention.' Inside the booklet are three pieces of card, each a different fluorescent colour and each with a different sized square cut out of the middle. The back cover explains that this is demonstrating the new colour creations of Strathmore Paper. It also gives a list of the 'new generation of Strathmore text'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/4
Item 5: The Great Airplanes, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A small, square booklet with a cover made from woven material. The title page is the second page, and is black with the title in white lettering. The full title is, 'The Great Airplanes: Canvas creations of an exciting era (1914-1918)'. The next two pages have information about the famous planes and pilots of the First World War. The rest of the pages are black and white photographs of some of the planes mentioned. The last page has eight small photographs in squares, surrounding another square with these words printed in it, 'Rapoport Printing  Corporation has presented The Great Airplanes - Canvas creations of an exciting era - This is one of a series'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/5
Item 6: Excerpts from Puddenhead Wilson's Calendar by Mark Twain, 1984Add to your cart.
A brown, square card folder, between A4 and A5 size, with a square cut out of the middle with a photograph of Mark Twain seen through the hole. The title appears above the hole and below it are the words, 'Presented on Rhododendron Text & Cover by Strathmore'. Inside are seven pieces of card/paper, each with a different quote from Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead and a picture. Each piece is showing an example of the paper and card that Strathmore have produced in the Rhododendron range. The last of the seven pages has information about the booklet, the paper and its technical details.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/6
Item 7: Champion Papers 31, 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 white booklet, full title: 'Champion Papers. The Printing Salesman's Herald. Book 31'. Below the title is a large grid, each square with a letter in it, spelling out 'Champion Papers 31'. In the square with the '3', there is a picture of a herald. After an introduction about sales strategies, every page gives a different tip about competing for sales in the printing industry. Every page also has a letter from the title, printed in a square, in bright colours. The last page has six quotes about various aspects of selling, advertising and business, and on the reverse is information about the production of the booklet, for example the designer, Michael Schacht.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/7
Item 8: Champion Papers, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with the full title: 'Champion Papers. The Printing Salesman's Herald'. Inside the full size pages are close-up photographs of paper. Sandwiched in between these pages are smaller booklets that have text inside. Each of the booklets presents a different philosophy or viewpoint on the best strategies in the printing sales business.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/8
Item 9: Champion Papers 32, 1973Add to your cart.
A brown A4 envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at Chermayeff & Geismar Assoc. The front of the envelope has a picture of a herald's face and bugle and the title of the contents - 'Champion Papers. The Printing Salesman's Herald. Book 32'. On the back of the envelope are the addresses of the recipient and the sender. Inside the envelope is a booklet, A4 size, landscape. It is made of brightly coloured pages, which have been cut to make an asymmetric design. Each page has text on it, written by a different professional of the graphic arts industry about what they look for in terms of a printing salesman. Also in the envelope is an A1 sized yellow poster. On one side is the company's logo of the herald. On the other side is a cross section of America's most successful women art directors and designers talking about the most important quality they look for in their printing suppliers, positively and negatively. There is a photograph of each woman and a short biography.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/9
Item 10: The Company Publication, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a photograph of lots of other booklets on the front and the full title, 'The Company Publication. One of a Warren Series on Corporate Communication'. After an introduction, the following pages contain examples of what six firms were doing to communicate through company publications. It discusses the purposes and benefits of company publications and the vital role they play in the communication framework of business. 'Producing the Company Publication', item 11, accompanies this volume.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/029/11
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/10
Item 11: Producing the Company Publication, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a photograph of lots of other booklets on the front and the full title, 'Producing the Company Publication. One of a Warren Series on Corporate Communication'. This booklet examines the content of external and internal publications and those that are a combination of both. It also presents ideas relative to the purpose role, audience, staff, format, writing, production and readership of company publications. 'The Company Publication', item 10, accompanies this volume.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/029/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/11
Item 12: Omniplan, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A large square booklet with a dark blue cover and a design on the front of white squares. Inside is information about the Texan company Omniplan, which is an environmental service and development corporation, offering services in architecture, design, engineering, development and planning, whilst solving related environmental problems. The majority of the booklet contains photographs of various scenes related to the environment and to architecture.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/12
Item 13: Using Walls (Outdoors), 1970Add to your cart.
A large square booklet with a black and white photograph of a painted wall on the cover. The booklet accompanies an exhibition held at The Jewish Museum in New York and May and June, 1970. The exhibition was mainly of work by City Walls Inc. and Smokehouse Associates, the two groups of professional artists in New York who paint outdoor walls. The booklet contains black and white photographs of some of their work and some writing by members of the companies and the Museum.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/13
Item 14: The Leisure Collection, [1967]Add to your cart.
An A4 catalogue of a collection of furniture designed by Dick Schultz for Form International. Every page has a photograph of a chair in a rural setting, or a room. The first page gives some information about the designer.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/14
Item 15: The Mangiarotti Marbles, 1968Add to your cart.
An A4 catalogue of a collection of marble bowls and ashtrays by designer Angelo Mangiarotti, for Knoll Associates. The booklet folds out into three pages and has a large photograph inside of the range of marbles. The back cover has the information about the dimensions of the marbles and some details about the designer.
Condition: Good, some discolouration on the back cover
Related to: AR/01/GRA/029/16, AR/01/GRA/029/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/15
Item 16: The Albison Chair, 1967Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet showing the Albison Chair, designed by Don Albison for Knoll Associates Inc. The first page gives a little information about the designer and his product. There are then four pages of photographs of various things stacked upon each other. There are then four photographs of Albison's stacking chair. The back page has the addresses of Knoll Associates and Knoll International's offices.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/029/15, AR/01/GRA/029/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/16
Item 17: The Pollock Chairs, 1968Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet showing the Pollock Chairs, designed by Charles Pollock for Knoll Associates Inc. The first page gives a little information about the designer and his product. There are then photographs of the chairs. The back page has the addresses of Knoll Associates and Knoll International's offices.
Condition: Good, centre pages have come away from staples
Related to: AR/01/GRA/029/15, AR/01/GRA/029/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/17
Item 18: Harmony on Third Street, 1969Add to your cart.
A booklet about A4 size with a black and white photo on the front cover of a traffic light and a street sign of 'E 3 st'. The booklet was produced for the 75th anniversary of Third Street, the first music settlement house in the US. It contains black and white photographs of the children who studied there and text telling the story of the school.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/18
Item 19: Bread: Something of a Miracle, [1974-]Add to your cart.
An A5 sized pamphlet that is a booking form for film. The title is on the front cover, which has a silhouetted picture of a wheat crop on it. At the bottom of the cover are the words, 'A film from The Flour Advisory Bureau'. Inside is some information about bread, the conditions under which the film is loaned and the film booking form.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/43, AR/01/GRA/038/44
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/19
Item 20: Public Education in New York City, 1969Add to your cart.
A4 width square booklet with a blue cover and the title printed in black in the centre of the cover. Inside is a foreword explaining that this is a study researched by the First National City Bank's Public Affairs Committee. It inquired into various aspects of public education in New York City. It is broken down into subsections and contains many black and white photographs of schools and school children.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/029/20
Box 30: Box containing New York University Publications, 1969-1973Add to your cart.
The box contains brochures, booklets and pamphlets from the New York University. During this period, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 4.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/031
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030
Item 1: New York University: The One Hundred Thirty-Seventh Commencement Season, 1969Add to your cart.
A 130 page A5 booklet of the New York University Bulletin providing information about the University, its services, courses, graduations and the Commencement Day of 1969. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/1
Item 2: New York University: The One Hundred Thirty-Seventh Commencement Exercises, 1969Add to your cart.
A 35 page A4 booklet of the New York University Commencement Exercises, held in Madison Square Garden Center on 11th June 1969. The booklet provides information about the graduation ceremonies, the prizes and order of the day. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/2
Item 3: New York University: Board of Trustees Dinner, 1969Add to your cart.
A thin A5 booklet listing the program, the menu and the guest list of the Board of Trustees Dinner on 10th June, 1969 at the Vanderbilt Hall, Washington Square. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/3
Item 4: New York University: School of the Arts, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet about the School of the Arts at New York University. Each double page contains a black and white photograph on one side and a brown page with the text on the other. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York. This booklet appears in The 17th Annual Type Directors Club Awards Exhibit in 1971 as one of 181 shortlisted competition entries. This item is contained in box 27. Angela Reeves was the type director for the booklet along with Bruce Blackburn.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/027/10
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/4
Item 5: The Albert Gallatin Associates, 1969Add to your cart.
A long booklet with an embossed motif in the bottom corner of the cover of Albert Gallatin's head with the words 'The Albert Gallatin Award. New York University' around the outside of the head. The first page gives the information that there was a dinner held on the 4th December, 1969, in The Plaza, New York, for the presentation of The New York University Gallatin Medal to Henry T. Heald. The rest of the pages give information about the Gallatin, the medal, the recipient, the menu, the program, the University and the member of the Gallatin Association. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/5
Item 6: Samuel D. Leidesdorf Memorial Plaza, 1971Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet with the title on the front cover in black print. Inside there is a painting of Samuel D. Leidesdorf and the dates of his life, 1881 - 1968. The rest of the booklet contains information about Leidesdorf, a memorandum and information about how to sponsor the New York University Medical Center named after Leidesdorf. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/6
Item 7: Program and Plans Graduate School of Business Administration., 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet containing information about the Graduate School of Business Administration in New York University. It includes their goals and objectives and information about the faculty location and students. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/7
Item 8: The Black Student at New York University, 1969Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet predominantly for the purpose of acquainting incoming Black and Puerto Rican students with some of the programs and facilities at New York University. The booklet contains text and some black and white photographs. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/8
Item 9: The Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, 1973Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a black and white photograph of the marble floor of the library on the front cover. Inside the text is printed on brown paper and there are two pages of black and white photographs on white paper. The booklet contains information about the library and its resources. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/9
Item 10: New York University Art Collection, 1969Add to your cart.
An A4 pamphlet of the New York University Art Collection, Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 1969. It contains four articles that concern the Art Collection and a letter from the curator on the back page. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/10
Item 11: New York University Design Standards Guide, [1969-1973]Add to your cart.
An A4 spiral bound booklet with a purple cover containing the design standards for New York University Publications. The guidelines are for the symbol, the typefaces, copy setting, architectural graphics and colours. During this year, Angela worked for Chermayeff & Geismar Associates and designed stationery, brochures for fundraising campaigns and bulletins, all for the University of New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/030/11
Box 31: Box containing New York University Publications, 1969-1971Add to your cart.
The box contains booklets that were produced for the New York University Campaign. Whilst Angela was at Chermayeff & Geismar during this period, she worked on the designs for the Campaign's publications. The box also contains some examples of stationery used in the Campaign. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 5.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/GRA/030
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031
Item 1: The New York University Campaign, 1969Add to your cart.
An A4 card cover. The design on the front and back has a repeated pattern of 35 alternating squares. One square is black with the New York University symbol in white, and the other is a blue square with the words 'The New York University Campaign' in white. The cover clearly held other booklets from the box within it, but have since fallen out. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/1
Item 2: The New York University Campaign, 1969Add to your cart.
A white A4 booklet with the University symbol in a black square and the title in a blue square. Inside the front cover is a blue page with the words 'This Extraordinary Effort' in white type. The booklet opens out to three pages. The booklet explains that the University was to announce a five-year fund-raising campaign for $222.5 million. It details the purpose, goals and objectives, the members of the Campaign Council, the reasons behind the Campaign and the program. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/2
Item 3: The Libraries of New York University, 1969Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. The title on the front cover is printed in the centre of a picture of a book. The booklet gives information mostly about the Bobst Library, its collections, layout and facilities. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/3
Item 4: Education for an urban world, 1969Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. The title appears in large blue type on the front cover. It contains a report of the achievements of the University over the period of the previous five years and sets out on each page thereafter the objectives of the New York University Campaign. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/4
Item 5: Harry B. Helmsley Cooperative Care Pavilion, 1971Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. This booklet is about the Pavilion as a new addition to the New York University Medical Center, the building, facilities, equipment and care. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/5
Item 6: For the Health of Man, 1970Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. The booklet gives details of the New York University Medical Center, including those of student aid, endowed research and the Medical Center Library. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/6
Item 7: The Basic Sciences and the Future of Medicine, 1971Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. This booklet was produced by the New York University Medical    Center and contains information about the basic science departments, buildings and the future of the sciences at the University. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/7
Item 8: The Lecture Hall Building, 1971Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. This booklet was produced by the New York University Medical    Center and contains information about and the plans for the new Lecture Hall Building. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/8
Item 9: New York University Medical Center A New Commitment, [1969-1973]Add to your cart.
A publication as part of The New York University Campaign. This booklet was produced by the New York University Medical    Center and contains information about the activities of the Medical Center and its plans for the coming decade. There are several black and white photographs of the students at work in the Medical Center. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign publications whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/9
Item 10: New York University Stationery, 1969Add to your cart.
A plastic wallet that contains samples of stationery designed for the New York University Campaign. There are three different styles of envelope, two different styles of writing paper, a letter to 'the typist' at Chermayeff & Geismar setting out the format for letters, and a card booklet containing subscription forms. Angela worked on designs for The New York University Campaign stationery whilst she worked at Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/031/10
Box 32: Box containing examples of Angela's work and other ephemera, 1920-1962Add to your cart.
There are several pieces of Angela's work that she did whilst studying and also some that she produced whilst in work, for example company annual reports. There are also few other publications and pieces of apparently unrelated ephemera. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 6.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032
Item 1: Cardboard acorn design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A 2.5 inch square piece of white cardboard with a black and white ink drawing of acorns and oak leaves on one side.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/1
Item 2: National Diploma in Design Examination, 1964Add to your cart.
Angela's examination piece for her National Diploma in design, 1964. A black cardboard case with a square, spiral bound booklet inside. The booklet has an anchor and fish design on the front, in black paint and the title 'Colophons' in gold pen going up the left hand side. It contains pieces of type-written text and examples of colophons throughout history, printed on paper and glued in. Angela received a mark of 75% for the assignment.
Condition: Booklet good, black cover fallen apart
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/2
Item 3: Concert ticket design, 1964Add to your cart.
An A7 size piece of thick paper with orange and red painted and printed lettering. The title  is 'Count Basie and his orchestra'. It gives further details of the concert and the seating details in large lettering at the bottom of the paper. The pencil marks used to draw the letters can still be seen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/3
Item 4: Atlas cover design, [1964]Add to your cart.
An A5 sized piece of card with a design for an 'A-Z atlas of London and the suburbs 3/6' on it. The orange and pink lettering has been painted, printed and the logo 'AZ' has been created using coloured tape. The pencil marks used to draw the letters can still be seen.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/4
Item 5: Leonard Baskin exhibition catalogue design, [1962]Add to your cart.
A square, black booklet, wider than A4 size with the title 'Leonard Baskin' painted in brown lettering on the right hand side of the page. Some pencil marks can still be seen where they have been used to position the title. On the first page, the title is repeated in black paint on brown paper, with text at the bottom of the page reading 'An exhibition of the woodcuts and wood engravings of Leonard Baskin: a part of the Graven Image exhibition of 1962. held at the RWS galleries 26 Conduit Street W1, May 1 to May 26 1962.' The rest of the booklet has black and white printed images and subtitles written in black ink. Underneath the subtitles are pencil drawn lines on which are drawn the impressions of text.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/5
Item 6: GPO greetings telegram design, [1964]Add to your cart.
A piece of cardboard, roughly A4 size with a water-colour design on it of a bird and foliage.  The words 'GPO greetings telegram' are printed or painted in grey lettering within the painting.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/6
Item 7: Bird design, [1964]Add to your cart.
A piece of cardboard, roughly A4 size with a water-colour design on it of a bird and three leaves.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/7
Item 8: Photograph, [1964]Add to your cart.
A 5x7 inch photograph of four boxes on a purple background. The boxes have either 'GEVAPAN' or 'GEVACOLOR' written on them and a letter and number.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/8
Item 9: Tebrax booklet design, [1962]Add to your cart.
An A4 design of an information booklet for the company Tebrax - aluminium shelving brackets. It consists of on piece of A3 card folded in half, with pieces of brown paper glued in that show the bracket designs, and tables and text drawn and written in pencil.
Condition: Brown paper on front cover peeling away, some discolouration
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/9
Item 10: Militant booklet design, [1962-1964]Add to your cart.
A paper booklet between A5 and A4 size, with a yellow/green cover and a photograph of a military vehicle glued on. The title has been printed or painted on in white lettering, reading 'MILITANT three axle six wheel drive chassis for  military and civil transport'. The booklet contains photographs and diagrams of the vehicle glued in, with printed text and tables.
Condition: Good, some photographs, particularly on the front cover, starting to peel away
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/10
Item 11: Textile design, [1962-1964]Add to your cart.
A large piece of fabric, roughly the size of A1 paper. There are five black and white drawings of aeroplanes, separated by orange and pink lines. Each aeroplane is named, with the 'BEA' logo next to it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/11
Item 12: Photograph, 1960Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of a model of the area that was to include the site of the new building for the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts. There is a plaque reading, 'London School of Printing and Graphic Arts. Elephant and Castle.' The contract for this building was placed in 1960, but the plan had existed since 1958. The photograph was printed by the London County Council Architect's Department Photographic Unit.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/13, AR/01/GRA/032/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/12
Item 13: Photograph, 1958Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of a model of the area for what was to be the site of the new building for the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts, at the Elephant and Castle. The contract for this building was placed in 1960, but this is the model from 1958. The photograph was printed by the London County Council Architect's Department Photographic Unit.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/12, AR/01GRA/032/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/13
Item 14: Photograph, 1960Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of a model of the area for what was to be the site of the new building for the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts, at Elephant and Castle. The contract for this building was placed in 1960, but the plan existed since 1958. The photograph was printed by the London County Council Architect's Department Photographic Unit.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/12, AR/01/GRA/032/13
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/14
Item 15: Photograph, 1962Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the construction undertaken opposite the Trocadero Cinema, London. The film advertised at the cinema is 'the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse', released in 1962. There was a lot of building development in this area in the late 1950s and 1960s, which included the building of The London School of Printing and Graphic Arts. The building works going on in this photograph were perhaps for the large roundabout and the Faraday Memorial that stands on it. The photograph was printed in London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/15
Item 16: Photograph, [1950s-1960s]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of building works in an urban area. The photograph was printed in London. It is mostly likely taken of the building developments that occurred in Elephant and Castle in the late 1950s-1960s.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/16
Item 17: Photograph, 1965Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of building works in Elephant and Castle, London being undertaken opposite the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts. The photograph was printed in London. The Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre was built here in 1965.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/17
Item 18: Photograph, [c.1957]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the construction of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in Elephant and Castle, which is next to the London School of Printing and Graphic Design. This was possibly taken in 1957 when the Tabernacle was rebuilt after its destruction by a bomb during the Second World War.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/18
Item 19: Photograph, 1956Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of a New Kent Road in London. Pictured are the buildings of Trocadero, Guinness, Truman's Beers and the Haig at Elephant and Castle. The film advertised at the Trocadero is 'Away All Boats', which was released in 1956. The photograph was printed by the London County Council Architect's Department Photographic Unit.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/19
Item 20: Photograph, 1920Add to your cart.
A  black and white photograph of a line of electric trams and motor buses at Elephant and Castle. Photographed by Topical Press, 1920. The photograph is copyright of the London Transport Board. This photograph was printed later than 1920.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/20
Item 21: Photograph, [c.1908]Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of a street scene of Elephant and Castle as seen looking south-southeast, around 1908. It shows electric trams and horse-drawn carriages. This photograph was printed later than 1908.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/21
Item 22: Pan American World Airways, Inc. Annual Report., 1970Add to your cart.
A white booklet made from very thin paper. The title is in small blue print at the top of the page and there is a simple globe design, also in blue ink. The  booklet gives details about the company's performance for 1970.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/033/2, AR/01/GRA/033/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/22
Item 23: Price sheet for Norway Winter Wonderland Holidays, 1975-1976Add to your cart.
A sheet of A4 paper with the details of the Norway Winter Wonderland Winter Holidays, produced by the Norwegian State Railways Travel Bureau in London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/23
Item 24: Price sheet for Norway Winter Wonderland Holidays, 1976-1977Add to your cart.
A sheet of A4 paper with the details of the Norway Winter Wonderland Winter Holidays, produced by the Norwegian State Railways Travel Bureau in London.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/24
Item 25: To Katanga and back, [1962]Add to your cart.
A piece of card, roughly A6 size with a piece of translucent paper wrapped around it. On the paper Angela has drawn in black ink two triangles with the words 'TO KATANGA AND BACK' left uncoloured. There are a few lines of text that indicate a review of a book of that title and the author's name; Conor Cruise O'Brien.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/25
Item 26: Rayner Banham, [1962]Add to your cart.
A piece of card, roughly A6 size with a piece of translucent paper wrapped around it. On the paper Angela has drawn in black ink three boxes in one rectangle with text in it about Rayner Banham and the words 'A guide to modern architecture'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/26
Item 27: Book titles, [1962]Add to your cart.
A piece of card, roughly A6 size with a piece of translucent paper wrapped around it. On the paper Angela has drawn in black ink four boxes in one rectangle, three of which have a title of a book, the author's name and a price in shillings. The fourth contains the word 'Heinemann'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/27
Item 28: Book cover design, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A piece of thin paper, brown on one side, square shaped, about the length of A5 paper. There is a rectangle outline cover the top half of the page and the printed words 'selections of verse by Valentine Dorbée' inside. Below are the words 'Argent Press' and 'From our dark continent'. These last words have been drawn on and one can see the pencil lines used to draw them.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/28
Item 29: Wilbraham Hotel and Restaurant, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A small pamphlet advertisement for Wilbraham Hotel and Restaurant. It contains details about the hotel written in English, French, Spanish and German, photographs of the foyer, restaurant and other rooms and a simple map of the area.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/29
Item 30: Photographs of chairs, [1960s]Add to your cart.
A square piece of card, about A5 length, folded in half. The front and back cover is a black and white photograph of metal chairs and two tables. Inside there are two separate photographs of some benches and some painting easels. Slotted inside is another piece of card with a photograph of three chairs stacked upon one another.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/30
Item 31: Beetle Adhesives Information leaflets, [1960s]Add to your cart.
Sixteen pages of A4 paper, contained in a plastic folder. The pages give information about Beetle Adhesives.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/31
Item 32: Pilkington Standard Code of Practice, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 card cover in dark green with white writing. Below the title are the words 'Method of operation for group standards department' and the Pilkington logo. There is nothing inside the cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/32
Item 33: Ilford Professional Magnetic Sound Recording Films & Tapes, 1965Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet with a blue, white and black cover. The title appears in a blue box at the top of the page and the Ilford logo at the bottom of the page. The words 'Type List' also appear on the front cover. Angela designed publications for Ilford during her time at the Design Research Unit as Assistant Designer.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/33
Item 34: Advance booking form, 1965Add to your cart.
An A4 form for ordering films for loan from Viscom Limited. The form was slipped into the Viscom Limited Audio Visual Library Catalogue.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/34
Item 35: Viscom Limited Catalogue, 1965Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet with an orange cover. The title reads, 'Viscom Limited Audio Visual Library Catalogue 16mm Films and Video Cassettes'. The booklet contains lists and short descriptions of the different films they have for loan and rental. Inside the booklet is the order form.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/34, AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/35
Item 36: An invitation to a free 'tasting', [1960s]Add to your cart.
A roughly A4 sized piece of brown paper with a picture of wine glasses and a decanter printed in black and white. The text above the picture is printed in black and pink and reads, 'An invitation to a free 'tasting' of the sumptuous World Atlas of Wine - the ideal companion volume to your Cookery Year'. The image of the glasses is the same image used on items 37 and 38.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/37, AR/01/GRA/032/38, AR/01/GRA/038/81, AR/01/GRA/038/82, AR/01/GRA/038/83
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/36
Item 37: Photograph of glasses, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 photograph of glasses of different shapes and sizes all filled with drink. There is also a decanter. This is the same image as is used on items 36 and 38.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/36, AR/01/GRA/032/38, AR/01/GRA/038/81, AR/01/GRA/038/82, AR/01/GRA/038/83
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/37
Item 38: Reader's Digest letter, [1960s]Add to your cart.
An A4 letter in the form of a booklet, addressed to the 'Reader'. The booklet is telling the reader about the 'World Atlas of Wine' to make an admirable partner to the 'Cookery Year' book. On the front and back covers is a photograph of different shaped and sized glasses, each filled with drink, and a decanter. This is the same image found on items 36 and 37.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/36, AR/01/GRA/032/37, AR/01/GRA/038/81, AR/01/GRA/038/82, AR/01/GRA/038/83
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/032/38
Box 33: Box containing exhibition catalogues and photographs, annual reports and design guidelines, 1970-1973Add to your cart.
The box contains catalogues for exhibitions and an office furniture company, photographs of the American Institute of Physics exhibition stand, several companies' annual reports and design manuals. There are several from Mobil, for whom Angela did a lot of design work during her time at Chermayeff and Geismar Associates. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 7.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - d (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033
Item 1: The Davis Allen Collection, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A catalogue of the Davis Allen Collection of office furniture. It is an A4 booklet with colour photographs of the items on each page along with the details, for example dimensions and materials.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/1
Item 2: Pan American World Airways, Inc. booklet, 1971Add to your cart.
A booklet made from thin paper, just bigger than A5 size. On the front and back covers is a simple representation of a globe. The full title of the booklet is 'Pan American World Airways, Inc.  Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement.' It has been kept in a plastic wallet.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/22, AR/01/GRA/033/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/2
Item 3: Pan American World Airways, Inc. stationery, 1970-1971Add to your cart.
A window envelope with Pan American World Airways' address and logo printed on the front in the top left hand corner. Inside is the annual report for 1970, the notice of annual meetings and proxy statement, another envelope with the address already printed on it and a yellow voting card.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/22, AR/01/GRA/033/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/2
Item 4: Burlington Industries 1971 Annual Report, 1971Add to your cart.
The Burlington Industries 1971 Annual Report. A square booklet about A4 width. The front cover has several Burlington logos in different sizes and colours. Angela designed some annual reports for Burlington whilst at Chermayeff and Geismar.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/033/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/4
Item 5: Burlington Industries 1972 Annual Report, 1972Add to your cart.
The Burlington Industries 1972 Annual Report. A square booklet about A4 width. The front cover has the title and the Burlington logo on it. Angela designed some annual reports for Burlington whilst at Chermayeff and Geismar.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/033/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/5
Item 6: Long Island University Financial Report, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with a brown cover and the title in white lettering on the front. Inside on cream pages is the financial report for Long Island University.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/6
Item 7: Adage Inc. Corporate Identity Standards, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with black cover and nine white boxes on the front cover. Each box represents a stage in the creation of the Adage, Inc. corporate logo. The booklet folds out into three pages, giving the design and usage standards for the identity. There is also a loose sheet of paper with the logo printed in descending sizes.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/7
Item 8: Photograph, 1971Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph mounted on black paper. The photograph shows the exhibition stand for the National Information System for Physics and Astronomy by the American Institute of Physics. The stand has a sign reading, 'Improving communications in science'. Items 8-15 relate to this exhibition.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/8
Item 9: Photograph, 1971Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph mounted on black paper. The photograph shows the exhibition stand for the National Information System for Physics and Astronomy by the American Institute of Physics. The signs that can be seen, read 'AIP', 'NISPA' and 'SPIN'. Items 8-15 relate to this exhibition.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/9
Item 10: Photograph, 1971Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph mounted on black paper. The photograph shows the exhibition stand for the National Information System for Physics and Astronomy by the American Institute of Physics. Two of the stand's signs can be seen, that read 'SPIN' and 'CPT'. There is a man looking at the leaflets. Items 8-15 relate to this exhibition.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/10
Item 11: Photograph, 1971Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph mounted on black paper. The photograph shows the exhibition stand for the National Information System for Physics and Astronomy by the American Institute of Physics. Four of the stand's signs can be seen, that read 'AIP', 'NISPA', 'SPIN' and 'CPT'. Items 8-15 relate to this exhibition.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/11
Item 12: Photograph, 1971Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph. The photograph shows a printer and some leaflets at the NISPA exhibition stand by the American Institute of Physics. One of the leaflets reads 'NISPA National Information System for Physics and Astronomy. Items 8-15 relate to this exhibition.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/12
Item 13: NISPA booklet, 1971Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet with a blue cover and the title in black print. The title is, 'NISPA. National Information System for Physics and Astronomy'. The booklet gives information about this system, as developed by the American Institute of Physics (AIP).
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/13
Item 14: SPIN booklet, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 orange booklet with the title in black print, which reads, 'SPIN. Searchable Physics Information Notices. Technical Specifications'. SPIN is a service of the National Information System for Physics and Astronomy.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/14
Item 15: SPIN pamphlet, 1971Add to your cart.
A small pamphlet giving information about SPIN - Searchable Physics Information Notices, and a detachable card to send off for more details.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/15
Item 16: Mobil Graphics 2, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 sized card booklet that folds out into three sections. The front and back pages contain an article that answers questions raised in the first issue, relating to Mobil's Identity Program and the Graphic Design Advisory Group. Inside is an article entitled 'The how what and when of alphabets', relating to the Mobil Alphabet and its usage. The consultants for this publication were Chermayeff & Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/16
Item 17: Mobil Fuel Service Design Standards, 1973Add to your cart.
An A4 sized card booklet that contains the design standards for the Mobil Fuel Service on such things as signs and printed material.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/17
Item 18: Mobil Graphics 1, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 sized card booklet that folds out into three sections. The front cover contains two articles including the editor's note. Inside are guidelines on how to create a 'good poster'. There are two more articles including the consultant's report, written by Thomas Geismar of Chermayeff and Geismar Associates.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/18
Item 19: Planned Merchandising for Mobil Stations, 1973Add to your cart.
An A4 sized booklet with the title in the top left corner and the words 'International Edition' at the bottom of the page. The booklet contains guidelines for the merchandising in stations, including signage and displays.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/19
Item 20: American Revolution Bicentennial Symbol Guidelines, 1976Add to your cart.
A booklet just larger than A4 size. The title appears in three chunks of text in black, red and blue text, reading 'American Revolution Bicentennial Symbol', 'Guidelines for Authorized Usage' and 'Official Graphics Standards Manual'. The symbol appears in the centre of the cover. Inside contains the design and usage guidelines.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/033/20
Box 34: Box containing company publications that Angela designed, 1971-1979Add to your cart.
The box contains several publications from Torin Corporation, as well as Xerox and the United Banks of Colorado for whom Angela designed annual reports, advertisements and brochures. There is also a catalogue for an exhibition of Ivan Chermayeff's work. The contents of this box were organised by Angela in one of a set of eight boxes, numbered 1-8. This box was number 8.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - e (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/34
Item 1: What if we gave a meeting and nobody came?, [1969-1973]Add to your cart.
A tongue-in-cheek invitation / advertisement for a meeting in which Angela Reeves was giving a talk. It is an A4 booklet with a black front page with the words, 'What if we gave a meeting and nobody came? Maybe this time we'll find out' written on the front. The cover opens back-to-front with two more pages of text. It is addressed to those people who won't be able to make the meeting and tells them what will have happened at the meeting, when and where it was and what they should have done to get tickets.
Condition: Some stains and marks
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/1
Item 2: Letter, 1972Add to your cart.
A letter addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar Assoc., dated 1st November, 1972. The letter is from Tom Collins of the Dillard Paper Company of North Carolina. Collins thanks Angela for flying down to them from New York in order to give a presentation about her 'ideas'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/2
Item 3: Letter, 1974Add to your cart.
A letter addressed to Angela at her London address. The letter is from G. Maertsch, the sales manager of Torin S.A., sent on the 2nd December 1974. The writer thanks Angela for designing the company's exhibition stand at the Electronica, held in Munich, which was considered the best of the exhibitors in their industry.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/3
Item 4: Photographs, [1974]Add to your cart.
Five photographs of the exhibition stand for the company Torin. Angela designed the stand for Torin that was used at the 'Electronica', held in Munich in 1974. The photographs are kept together in a thin paper cover.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/4
Item 5: Torin poster, [1970s]Add to your cart.
One sheet of A4 paper advertising Torin. Half of the page is filled with a photograph of a selection of Torin's complete blower units. One of the pieces is circled and has a note below it saying 'This one does a job for your competitor. It might not be for you.' There are four paragraphs of text explaining a technical problem and Torin's solution to that problem. If the reader wished to find out more, they are encouraged to write or call Torin.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/035/28, AR/01/GRA/042/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/5
Item 6: Technical drawing, 1974Add to your cart.
A sheet of A1 sized paper with a technical drawing of the plan and construction details for the Torin Exhibition in Munich, 1974. Angela designed the exhibition stand for Torin. On the bottom left hand corner of the paper is Angela's name and address.
Condition: Good, slight discolouration along the folds
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/6
Item 7: Layout for black plastic letters, 1974Add to your cart.
An A2 sized piece of paper showing an example for letter spacing and word spacing for the layout of the black plastic letters that were to be used in the Torin Exhibition, Munich, 1974. There are eleven lines of writing, drawn by hand in the proportions to be used in the exhibition. The words are all written in German. On the bottom left hand corner of the paper is Angela's name and address.
Condition: Good, slight discolouration along the folds
Related to: AR/01/GRA/41/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/7
Item 8: Torin stand plan, 1974Add to your cart.
An A2 sized piece of paper showing an image, drawn in 3D, of the Torin exhibition stand. The plan is printed on blue paper, in dark blue ink.
Condition: Good, slight tear in top right corner and discolouration along the folds
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/8
Item 9: Torin at Basle plan, [1974]Add to your cart.
An A1 sized piece of paper showing a plan of the Torin stand and exhibition at Basle.
Condition: Good, slight discolouration around folds
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/9
Item 10: Torin exhibition plan, [1979]Add to your cart.
An A1 sized piece of paper showing a plan of the Torin stand and exhibition.
Condition: Good, slight discolouration around folds
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/10
Item 11: Torin exhibition plan Milan, 1979Add to your cart.
An A1 sized piece of paper showing a plan of the Torin stand and exhibition at Milan. At the bottom right hand corner is the name of the designer: Brian Coysten, London, and the words, 'Plan for AR'.
Condition: Good, slight discolouration around folds
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/11
Item 12: Photographs, [1974]Add to your cart.
Ten photographs of the exhibition stand for the company Torin. Seven photographs are stuck to three pieces of black card. On the back of one of these pieces of card are the invitation to the exhibition and a contact details form. The photographs are kept together in a thin paper cover.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/12
Item 13: Poster, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A3 size poster of a photograph of silver metal fan units.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/13
Item 14: A client and his architect, 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with the title printed in white on a black background. Below the title are the Torin logo and the details of the Torin corporation in America and England. Inside there are six pages of text and black and white photographs, the subject being that of Marcel Breuer, the architect commissioned by Torin. Torin's senior vice president, Rufus Stillman, talks about their client-architect relationship.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/14
Item 15: Torin SR 55 Preheater, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet with the title printed in white on a black background. Below the title are a series of circles cut out of the cover with a silver background behind them. The booklet is promoting the advantages of using Torin's wire preheaters for the creation of precision steel balls.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/15
Item 16: Torin North America, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 brochure. The front cover is a simple map of America with the Torin offices pinpointed with red and blue spots, and the city name next to the spot. The booklet contains some text and colour photographs to explain Torin's North American operation.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/16
Item 17: The Torin fan club hits the road, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A3 poster with a photograph of Torin's new blower units on the left and text on the right hand side naming each blower unit in the photograph and some information about them.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/17
Item 18: Torin Corporation 1971 Annual Report, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 brochure. The front cover is a simple map of Europe with the Torin offices pinpointed with red and blue spots, and the city name next to the spot. The back cover is the same idea with a map of America. The booklet contains financial data for the year and previous years.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/18
Item 19: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A sepia photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/19
Item 20: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/20
Item 21: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/21
Item 22: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/22
Item 23: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/23
Item 24: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/24
Item 25: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/25
Item 26: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand. The photograph is labelled 'Basle' on the back.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/27, AR/01/GRA/038/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/26
Item 27: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand. The photograph is labelled 'Basle' on the back.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/26, AR/01/GRA/38/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/27
Item 28: Torin poster, [1970s]Add to your cart.
One sheet of A4 paper advertising Torin. Half of the page is filled with a photograph of a selection of Torin's complete blower units. One of the pieces is circled and has a note below it saying 'This one does a job for your competitor. But it might not be for you.' There is text explaining a technical problem and Torin's solution to that problem. If the reader wished to find out more, they are encouraged to write or call Torin.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/5, AR/01/GRA/042/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/28
Item 29: Torin advertisement, 1972Add to your cart.
One sheet of A4 paper removed from a publication called 'Springs'. It is page thirteen and fourteen from the October 1972 issue. The page has nine black and white drawings of wheels, and some text below, the heading of which is, 'We believe that good can always be made better. Visit our booths at the CASM get-together and see what we're doing about it.'
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/29
Item 30: Torin Corporation Preliminary Style Guide, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4, landscape orientated, spiral bound booklet, with a blue cover. The booklet sets out guidelines about the use of the Torin logo and typeface.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/30
Item 31: Xerox Corporation Annual Report, 1971Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet containing company data for Xerox Corporation, for 1971. Angela designed this publication.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/31
Item 32: Xerox Corporation Annual Report, 1972Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet containing company data for Xerox Corporation, for 1972. Angela designed this publication.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/32
Item 33: United Banks of Colorado Inc. graphics standards, [1969-1973]Add to your cart.
An A4 booklet showing the graphic standards for the United Banks of Colorado, Inc. Angela designed this publication.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/33
Item 34: Ivan Chermayeff Paintings, Drawings, Prints, 1971Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet, accompanying an exhibition of Ivan Chermayeff's paintings, drawings and prints. It has a list of the exhibited works and a few colour photographs of the work. There is an introduction by Douglas Davis and a short biography of Ivan.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/034/34
Box 35: Box containing examples of Angela's work, 1962-1996Add to your cart.
Further examples of Angela's work relating predominantly to her time at British European Airways, the Prudential Assurance Company, Design Research Unit and Ilford Limited. When received by the University of Northampton these items were originally contained in a plastic pocket which formed part of the inside back cover of the black plastic portfolio AR/01/Gra/021.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - e (Archive racking)
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035
Item 1: Society of Typographic Designers - Letter to Angela, 3rd March 1982Add to your cart.
A letter from the Society of Typographic Designers addressed to Angela Reeves at Flat 4, 10 South Villas, London Nw1 and dated 3 March 1982. The letter is informing Angela that she has been elected a Fellow of the Society. John Tomkins made the proposal, which was unanimously agreed, at the Society’s Council meeting on the 1st March 1982. Peter Hatch the Society’s Honorary Secretary has signed the letter on behalf of the Society.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/1
Item 2: Society of Typographic Designers - Letter to Angela, 1981Add to your cart.
An undated letter from the Society of Typographic Designers addressed to Angela. The letter is thanking Angela for her response to the society’s request for specimens of her work. The work from a cross section of the society’s membership is to be displayed in an STD mini exhibition in Argentina and needs to arrive in Buenos Aires by 1 October 1981. Specimens of Angela’s work that there was no room for on the panels are being returned. A typed exhibition catalogue is enclosed with the letter.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/035/3
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/2
Item 3: Society of Typographic Designers - Exhibition Catalogue, 1981Add to your cart.
A typed list entitled ‘Society of Typographic Designers – Great Britain List of exhibits and their designers’. Item number 6 on the list is a range of stationery for Viscom Limited by Angela Reeves MSTD. This exhibition catalogue was enclosed with the letter from the Society of Typographic Designers headed STD Mini exhibition in Argentina.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/035/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/3
Item 4: London College of Printing - List of Annual Awards, 1964Add to your cart.
A booklet produced for the London College of Printing entitled ‘List of Annual Awards’ for the session 1962/3. The booklet has a blue cover and the lettering for the college name is in white, while the title is in black. Inside there are two lists of award recipients, one for Tuesday 17th March and one for Thursday 19th March 1964. On Tuesday 17th March Angela’s name appears in the list to receive a major award for Typographic Design. At this time Angela was a second year student and was awarded the Walter Neurath Prize.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/7, AR/01/Gra/021/23, AR/01/Gra/021/24 and

AR/01/Gra/035/37

Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/4
Item 5: The Malta Airlines - Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A design, drawn on tracing paper, for an airline company’s letter-heading. The logo of the airline, a Maltese cross, is in the top left hand corner and the company name, ‘The Malta Airlines’ is in the top right hand corner. Names of the company directors are between the logo and the company name. Two thin red lines approximately an inch apart are drawn across the page below this. The company address and telephone details appear between the two lines and are situated below the company name.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/5
Item 6: British European Airways - Letterheaded paper, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A design, drawn on tracing paper, for an airline company’s letter-heading. The logo of the airline, BEA, is on the left hand side of the page, in white lettering outlined using red, and the company name, ‘British European Airways’ appears along the very top of the page, starting above the A of the logo. The address and contact details of the company are beside each other at the top of the page towards the right hand side. Angela worked as an Assistant Designer for British European Airways between 1964 and 1965. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/7and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/6
Item 7: British European Airways - Den Britiske Uge Danmark, September - October 1964Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) pamphlet promoting the 25th September to 4th October, 1964 as British Week Denmark. The company logo and name appear at the top of the pamphlet above a picture showing an aeroplane’s tail in the foreground and airport buildings in the background. Details of the routes flown by BEA and the types of aeroplanes used appear inside the pamphlet. This pamphlet is the same as item AR/01/Gra/021/32 except that the text is written in Danish. Angela worked for British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6 and AR/01/Gra/035/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/7
Item 8: Private Combined Policy - Insurance policy design, [1968]Add to your cart.
Two sheets of tracing paper, folded together, containing the design for an insurance policy. One of the sheets is headed ‘Private Combined Policy’ and appears to be the design for the policy application form while the other sheet has no title and seems to be the design for notes relating to the policy. [It is likely that the form was designed for the Prudential Assurance Company. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates through 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts].
Condition: Good
Related to: [AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17]
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/8
Item 9: Prudential Unit Trust - Form of renunciation, 1968Add to your cart.
Two forms, with a perforated line between them, headed ‘Prudential Unit Trust’. The text on the from is in blue lettering and on the front is certifying that a named individual(s) is the registered holder of units in the unit trust known as ‘Prudential Unit Trust’. On the reverse the form is headed ‘Form of Renunciation’ and is an acknowledgement that a named individual(s) is no longer interested in their units. Space is provided for the holders of units and witnesses to sign the form. Both forms have been stamped with the word ‘Cancelled’, in black ink, on each side. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/9
Item 10: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Receipt form, 1968Add to your cart.
A Prudential Assurance Company receipt form for the payment of a claim against a general policy. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/10
Item 11: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Receipt form, 1968Add to your cart.
A Prudential Assurance Company receipt form for the payment of a claim against a life assurance policy. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/11
Item 12: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Bill payment slip, 1968Add to your cart.
A form, headed the Prudential Assurance Company Limited to accompany a cheque in payment of a bill. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/12
Item 13: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Surrender of policy, 1968Add to your cart.
A letter/form produced for the Prudential Assurance Company Limited to be used as a quotation for the surrender value of a policy. The document also acts as an acceptance of the sum offered with space provided for the policy holder’s signature and policy details. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/13
Item 14: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Retirement Annuity Policy, 1968Add to your cart.
A form headed ‘The Prudential Assurance Company Limited Retirement Annuity Policy – Finance Act 1956’. The form is for use when supplying a quote to a client with space at the bottom for the clients’ signature if the amount quoted is to be accepted. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/15, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/14
Item 15: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Application in respect of a policy, 1968Add to your cart.
A form headed ‘The Prudential Assurance Company Limited’. The form is acknowledging that an application has been received and that a quotation has been sent to the address stated. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/16 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/15
Item 16: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - Long Term Incapacity Insurance Scheme, 1968Add to your cart.
A form headed ‘The Prudential Assurance Company Limited’. The form has been designed to accompany a cheque sent to a beneficiary in payment of incapacity benefit for a designated period of time. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15 and AR/01/Gra/035/17
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/16
Item 17: Prudential Assurance Company Limited - OSC7 Loan form, 1968Add to your cart.
A form headed ‘The Prudential Assurance Company Limited’. The form is designed to accompany a ‘form of equitable charge’ and was sent to clients on their application for a loan against a policy. Angela worked as an Associate Designer for Frank Overton Associates during 1968 where the Prudential Assurance Company was one of her accounts
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/9, AR/01/Gra/003/10, AR/01/Gra/021/56, AR/01/Gra/021/57, AR/01/Gra/021/58, AR/01/Gra/021/59, AR/01/Gra/021/60, AR/01/Gra/021/61, AR/01/Gra/021/62, AR/01/Gra/021/63, [AR/01/Gra/035/8], AR/01/Gra/035/9, AR/01/Gra/035/10, AR/01/Gra/035/11, AR/01/Gra/035/12, AR/01/Gra/035/13, AR/01/Gra/035/14, AR/01/Gra/035/15 and AR/01/Gra/035/16
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/17
Item 18: Black Bayes Gibson and Partners - Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A letter-headed sheet of paper for a company of architects called Black Bayes Gibson and Partners. The name of the firm is in the top right hand corner of the page with the firm’s address and the word Architects below it.  A thin black line across the whole page is below the address and the names of the partners appear below this.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/18
Item 19: Design Research Unit - Letterheaded paper, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
An A4 sheet of letter-headed paper, designed for the Design Research Unit. The name of the unit appears at the top of the page and is aligned to the right hand side with the logo, DRU, printed on the left hand side. The word ‘Copy’ appears in the top left hand corner of the page. Contact details, the address and the names of the partners and associates are printed beside the logo and below the name. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53 and AR/01/Gra/035/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/19
Item 20: Design Research Unit - Compliments Slip, [1965-1967]Add to your cart.
A drawing for a compliments slip for the Design Research Unit. The name and address of the unit are at the top of the compliments slip, above a rectangle drawn in pencil. ‘With compliments’ is written in orange lettering in the top centre left of the rectangle while the logo, DRU, is in orange below the bottom line of the rectangle. The design is drawn on tracing paper and is backed with a thin piece of white card. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer.

Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/48, AR/01/Gra/021/49, AR/01/Gra/021/50, AR/01/Gra/021/51, AR/01/Gra/021/52, AR/01/Gra/021/53 and

AR/01/Gra/035/19

Condition: Glue stains on reverse
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/20
Item 21: The Women's League of Health and Beauty - Letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A letter-headed sheet of paper designed for ‘The Women’s League of Health and Beauty’ with the company logo printed in green on the top left hand side and the name of the league on the top right hand side. The names of members of council for the league appear between two green lines which are approximately an inch apart.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/21
Item 22: Unigate Creameries Limited - A5 headed paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A5 headed sheet of paper designed for Unigate Creameries Limited. The company name is printed in olive green lettering, aligned to the right hand side of the page, above a rectangle outlined using olive green lines. Inside the rectangle the address of the company and the names of the Joint Chief Chemists are printed using orange lettering.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/35, AR/01/Gra/021/36, AR/01/Gra/035/23, AR/01/Gra/035/24 and AR/01/Gra/035/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/22
Item 23: Unigate Creameries Limited - A5 headed memorandum slip, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A5 headed sheet of paper designed for use by Unigate Creameries Limited as a memorandum. The company name is printed in olive green lettering, aligned to the right hand side of the page, above a rectangle outlined using olive green lines. Inside the rectangle the words ‘from’ and ‘to’ appear on the left hand side and on the right hand side the words ‘Central Laboratory’ and ‘date’. These words are printed using olive green lettering.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/35, AR/01/Gra/021/36, AR/01/Gra/035/22, AR/01/Gra/035/24 and AR/01/Gra/035/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/23
Item 24: Unigate Creameries Limited - A4 letterheaded paper, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A4 letter-headed sheet of paper designed for Unigate Creameries Limited. The company name is printed in orange lettering, aligned to the right hand side of the page, above a rectangle outlined using orange lines. Inside the rectangle the company address and contact details are printed using olive green lettering.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/35, AR/01/Gra/021/36, AR/01/Gra/035/22, AR/01/Gra/035/23 and AR/01/Gra/035/25
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/24
Item 25: Unigate Creameries Limited - A4 headed memorandum slip, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
An A4 headed sheet of paper designed for use by Unigate Creameries Limited as a memorandum. The company name is printed in olive green lettering, aligned to the right hand side of the page, above a rectangle outlined using olive green lines. Inside the rectangle the words ‘from’ and ‘to’ appear on the left hand side and on the right hand side the words ‘head office’ and ‘date’. These words are printed using olive green lettering.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/35, AR/01/Gra/021/36, AR/01/Gra/035/22, AR/01/Gra/035/23 and AR/01/Gra/035/24
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/25
Item 26: Ilford Super Colorslide Rapid Film - Product insert, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
An insert designed to accompany Ilford’s Super Colorslide Rapid film. The insert has been folded in half and then in half again lengthways to form a thin oblong with the blue Ilford logo appearing on the top centre of the front fold, above the product description. Details of how to load the film, how to use it and how to get it processed are contained in the insert. This particular type of film is to be used for making colour slides. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slightly glue stained
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/26
Item 27: Ilford Limited - Business card, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
A business card for S.J. Leighton, Assistant to Divisional Manager, of Ilford Limited is printed on to white card using black for the company logo and the lettering. The Ilford logo is situated to the centre of the left hand side with the person’s name and the company address details listed on the right hand side. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/27
Item 28: Ilford Sprite 35 Camera - Product insert, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
An insert designed to accompany Ilford’s Sprite 35 Camera. The insert has been folded in to a concertina with the blue Ilford logo appearing in the top right hand corner of the top page. A picture of the camera is shown at the bottom of the top page with its name appearing in blue lettering above. Details of how to use the camera and how to take care of it are printed on the remaining pages of the insert. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/28
Item 29: Ilford Black and White Rapid Film - Product insert, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
An insert designed to accompany Ilford’s Black and White Rapid film. Although unfolded, the insert has been designed to be folded in half and then in half again lengthways to form a thin oblong. The blue Ilford logo appears on the top centre of the front fold, above the product description. Details of how to load the film, how to use it and how to get it processed are contained in the insert. This particular type of film is to be used for taking black and white photographs with Ilford cameras that use the ‘Rapid’ easy loading system. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/29
Item 30: Ilford Limited - A5 letterheaded paper, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
An A5 sheet of letter-headed paper for the company Ilford Limited with the company logo, of a sun design, situated in the top right hand corner of the page. The name of the company appears in the centre of the page above the address with the company telephone, telegram and telex details in the top left hand corner. Black print has been used for the lettering and the logo is printed in blue. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/30
Item 31: Ilford Limited - Photograph, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of an Ilford ‘New Product Brief’ and a sheet of paper headed ‘Ilford Press Information’. The press information is about the ‘Aristocrat of sound projectors’ and is pictured lying on top of the new product brief which is marked confidential. A number, 64303, along with the name and address of the photographer, ‘John Maltby, 242 Watford Way NW4’, have been handwritten in pencil on the reverse of the photograph. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/32 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/31
Item 32: Ilford Limited - Photograph, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of several Ilford product inserts. The front of the Ilford Sprite 35 camera is pictured twice in the lower left hand corner with its’ opened out pages pictured along the top of the photograph. In the lower right hand corner two film inserts are shown beside an opened out film insert. A number, 64304, along with the name and address of the photographer, ‘John Maltby, has been stamped on to the reverse of the photograph. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31 and AR/01/Gra/035/33
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/32
Item 33: Ilford Limited - Photograph, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of Ilford publications with their pages opened. There appear to be two publications in the picture and both are opened at pages dealing with dental care. A number, 64304, along with the name and address of the photographer, ‘John Maltby, has been stamped on to the reverse of the photograph. Between 1965 and 1967 Angela worked for the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/017/1, AR/01/Gra/021/37, AR/01/Gra/021/38, AR/01/Gra/021/39, AR/01/Gra/021/40, AR/01/Gra/021/41, AR/01/Gra/021/42, AR/01/Gra/021/43, AR/01/Gra/021/44, AR/01/Gra/021/45, AR/01/Gra/021/46, AR/01/Gra/021/47, AR/01/Gra/032/33, AR/01/Gra/035/26, AR/01/Gra/035/27, AR/01/Gra/035/28, AR/01/Gra/035/29, AR/01/Gra/035/30, AR/01/Gra/035/31 and AR/01/Gra/035/32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/33
Item 34: Helen Philips - Headed card, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A small piece of white card which is headed with a name and address, printed in dark blue or navy. The name ‘Helen Philips’ and the address ‘43 Rue de la Gaité Paris 14 Med 75-9’ are printed between two thin straight lines drawn across the top of the card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/34
Item 35: British European Airways - Timetable, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A British European Airways (BEA) timetable of flights from Belfast to London, Manchester and  Birmingham, covering the period 1st November 1964 to 31st March 1965. The company logo, a brown square with BEA in white lettering in its’ centre, is placed in the top left hand corner next to the word ‘Timetable’. There is half a page each for the flight times from Belfast to each city together with the times of flights back to Belfast. Angela worked at British European Airways from 1964-1965 as an Assistant Designer. During this time she designed print using the company's existing Design Standards Manual.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/003/2, AR/01/Gra/003/3, AR/01/Gra/003/4, AR/01/Gra/003/5, AR/01/Gra/003/6, AR/01/Gra/003/7, AR/01/Gra/021/25, AR/01/Gra/021/26, AR/01/Gra/021/27, AR/01/Gra/021/28, AR/01/Gra/021/29, AR/01/Gra/021/30, AR/01/Gra/021/31, AR/01/Gra/021/32, AR/01/Gra/021/33, AR/01/Gra/035/6 and AR/01/Gra/035/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/35
Item 36: Morphy Richards - Guarantee registration card, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A guarantee registration card that was designed for a company called Morphy Richards. The card is white and the lettering on it is printed in black. When completed by the purchaser of a Morphy Richards food mixer the card needs to be sent to the company address printed at the centre top of the card.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/36
Item 37: London College of Printing - Annual awards admission ticket, 1964Add to your cart.
Admission tickets to the London College of Printing annual distribution of awards for the 1962-3 session. The tickets are printed using black lettering on coloured card. Two of the tickets are made from pale orange card, one from pale pink card, one from pale blue card and one from white card. The name ‘London College of Printing’ and ‘annual distribution of awards’ is printed across the tickets below the college shield which is placed towards the right hand side of the ticket. Below this the word ‘Admit’ is printed on the left hand side next to a printed line, allowing space for a name to be written, before the venue and date details. One of the pale orange tickets has Miss Angela Reeves hand written on it in blue ink.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/7, AR/01/Gra/021/23, AR/01/Gra/021/24 and AR/01/Gra/035/4
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/37
Item 38: Watneys, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A small piece of white glossy card with the word ‘Watneys’ in black lettering printed on it. The card is narrow and the lettering runs vertically down it with only two letters per line.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/38
Item 39: Application for Renewal of a Motor Vehicle License, April 1961Add to your cart.
A completed design, on tracing paper folded around a piece of white card, for an application form for the renewal of a motor vehicle license. In the top right hand corner is the reference number RF 1A below which are the words ‘Revised April 1961’.
Condition: Marks left by sellotape on reverse
Note: A photocopied duplicate of this item was disposed of.
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/5, AR/01/Gra/035/40 and AR/01/Gra/035/41
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/38
Item 40: Application for Renewal of a Motor Vehicle License Notes, 1961Add to your cart.
A design, drawn on tracing paper using pencil, for the page of notes that accompanies an application form to renew a motor vehicle license.
Condition: Good
Note: A photocopied duplicate of this item was disposed of.
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/5, AR/01/Gra/035/39 and AR/01/Gra/035/41
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/40
Item 41: Application for Renewal of a Motor Vehicle License, 1963Add to your cart.
An official application form to be completed when renewing of a motor vehicle license. The form is printed using black lettering on cream paper. In the top right hand corner is the reference number RF 1A below which are the words ‘Revised April 1963’. Notes on the reverse of the form give guidance as to how it should be completed.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/004/5, AR/01/Gra/035/39 and AR/01/Gra/035/40
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/41
Item 42: Letter from Milner Gray of the Design Research Unit to Gilbert Wild at Ilford Limited, 15th September 1966Add to your cart.
A letter drawn up on tracing paper addressed to Gilbert Wild Esq. from Milner Gray. The letter is dated 15th September, 1966 and the date, references and text have been typewritten onto the tracing paper. A pencilled square has been drawn around the text with a letter heading design, for the Design Research Unit, pencilled above and the letters DRU, in orange, below the text. The letter is accompanying particulars of the ‘International Eurostar 1966 Contest’ for which the Design Research Unit would like to submit the Ilford range of packs that won a Bronze Star certificate in the National Starpacks 1966 Contest. The draft letter is mounted on to a thin piece of white card. Angela worked at the Design Research Unit as an Assistant Designer, from 1965 until 1967, where one of her accounts was Ilford Limited.
Condition: Slightly stained by glue on reverse
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/42
Item 43: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of signs situated within a building. The picture show the doors to two lifts situated beside each other. A sign on the left hand lift reads ‘Lifts for Floors B-4’ while the one on the right hand lift reads ‘Lifts for Floors B-6’ Another sign, attached to the doors, lists what can be found on which floor.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/44, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/43
Item 44: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of signs situated within a building. The picture shows a sign with the single word ‘Women’ fixed to the wall above a door frame.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/45 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/44
Item 45: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of directional signs situated within a building. The picture shows a counter with a grill across it and two signs above it. One reads ‘Red Tickets’ and the other reads ‘Blue Tickets’. Each sign has an arrow pointing downwards to the left hand side of the lettering.
Condition: Good
Note: A full size version of AR/01/Gra/021/66
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44 and AR/01/Gra/035/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/45
Item 46: Signage - Photograph, [1962-1996]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of signs situated within a building. The picture shows a sign with the words ‘Architects Benevolent Society’ fixed to the wall above a door frame. The capital letters ‘ABS’, in white, are fixed to the door below the frame.
Condition: Good
Note: A full size version of AR/01/Gra/021/68
Related to: AR/01/Gra/021/64, AR/01/Gra/021/65, AR/01/Gra/021/66, AR/01/Gra/021/67, AR/01/Gra/035/68, AR/01/Gra/035/43, AR/01/Gra/035/44 and AR/01/Gra/035/45
Unique Identifier: AR/01/Gra/035/46
Box 36: Box containing a red folder holding design work by Angela, personal and professional correspondence and other ephemera, 1981 - 2008Add to your cart.

A red ring binder folder holding various items, which include: Angela's designs for various projects, newspaper and magazine clippings on various subjects of interest to Angela, ephemera relating to conferences, a personal record of her feelings, ephemera from Chermayeff & Geismar, publications relating to Angela, personal and professional correspondence, photographs, Angela's C.V. and school reports. The contents are split up into nineteen plastic wallets as follows:

Plastic wallet 1: Items 1-2

2: 3

3: 4-5

4: 6

5: 7

6: 8

7: 9

8: 10-11

9: 12-14

10: 15-16

11: 17

12: 18

13: 19-60

14: 61

15: 62-63

16: 64-83

17:84-95

18: 96-111

19: 112-118

Condition: Good
Location: A3 - e (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036
Item 1: Kew Gardens Royal Mail Mint Stamps Pack, 1990Add to your cart.
An A4 card folded horizontally into two large sections and a small flap. The front has two photographs of Kew Gardens on the front with the title in white print and the date 1840-1990. Underneath the flap is an explanation of Kew’s mission. Inside there are two columns of text, under the title of ‘By saving plants we save ourselves’, with colour photographs and paintings of plants and trees around the border. It explains about the four stamps that mark 150 years of Kew Gardens. On the back there are a few lines about botanical artist Marianne North, and several paintings by her, as 1990 was also the centenary of her death. It also says that this pack was designed by Angela Reeves. The pack comes in a plastic, see-through sleeve. This item is the same as item AR/01/GRA/021/5, except the latter item has the four stamps with it. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens. This item and item 2 in this box were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/2,4,5 and AR/01/GRA/021/1-7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/1
Item 2: Kew Gardens Royal Mail first day cover, 1990Add to your cart.
A card and envelope about a third of A4 size. The envelope is cream with a colour photograph of a tree printed on the left hand side with the title printed in white on the image. The dates 1840-1990 also appear. There are four large postage stamps next to this depicting trees and buildings in Kew Gardens, marking its 150 year anniversary. Over the tope of the postage stamps are two ink stamps that depict a leaf with writing around the edges, reading, ‘First Day of Issue. British Philatelic Bureau Edinburgh. 5th June 1990.’ Inside the envelope there is a card that provides information about the stamps and other information for collectors. It also says that the cover was designed by Angela Reeves. Related items - Item AR/01/GRA/021/3 is the envelope and AR/01/GRA/021/4 is the card which is inside the envelope. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens. This item and item 1 in this box were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/1,4,5 and AR/01/GRA/021/1-7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/2
Item 3: Two photocopied newspaper articles, 1997Add to your cart.
Two pieces of A3 paper with two photocopied articles on them. The first is from the New York Times, September 1948. It was about four pages long and entitled, ‘A dour town – and a symbol. Marshfield typifies English rural life and the nation’s endurance in times of stress.’ It talks about Marshfield’s agricultural independence. The second article is very short, and is from The Gazette in October 1997. It is about a life-long Marshfield resident Thomas Robinson who celebrated in 100th birthday during October, 1997.  On the back of one of the pieces of A3 paper is a post-it note with ‘Marshfield’ written in pencil.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/3
Item 4: Design for the outside of the Kew Gardens Royal Mail Mint Stamps Pack, 1990Add to your cart.
A piece of A4, with Angela’s design for the outside of the Kew Gardens Royal Mail Mint Stamps Pack laid out, using pen and photographs glued on. It is the drawing of the finished design, shown in item AR/01/GRA/021/6. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens. This item and item 5 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036, 1,2,5 and AR/01/GRA/021/1-7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/4
Item 5: Design for the inside of the Kew Gardens Royal Mail Mint Stamps Pack, 1990Add to your cart.
A piece of A4, with Angela’s design for the inside of the Kew Gardens Royal Mail Mint Stamps Pack laid out, using pen and photographs glued on. It is the drawing of the finished design, shown in item AR/01/GRA/021/7. Angela was working for Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager at the time that she worked on this project for Kew Gardens. This item and item 4 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/1,2,4 and AR/01/GRA/021/1-7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/5
Item 6: Moving Up conference booklet cover and programme, 1988Add to your cart.
A piece of A4 of a photocopy of the front of a spiral bound publication. The title is ‘Moving up. A blueprint for the new senior designers of the 1990s’, and there is a picture of a hand pointing upwards. The conference was held at the Barbican Conference Centre in May 1988.  The next two pages are photocopies of the programme for the ‘Moving up. A blueprint for the new senior designers of the 1990s’ conference. Angela Reeves gave a talk at this conference, called ‘The Client Experience’.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/7, AR/01/GRA/036/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/6
Item 7: Letter to Angela regarding Moving Up Conference, 1988Add to your cart.
A letter with the ‘Moving Up’ title and symbol at the top of the page. The letter is addressed to Angela Reeves at her London address. The writer, Peter Murray, thanks Angela for her contribution to the conference and offers ‘a small gift’ as a token of appreciation.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/6, AR/01/GRA/036/8
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/7
Item 8: The Client Experience – a talk by Angela Reeves, 1988Add to your cart.
Four pages of typed A4 providing the talk that Angela gave at the ‘Moving up. A blueprint for the new senior designers of the 1990s’ conference, held at the Barbican Conference Centre in May 1988. The title is ‘The Client Experience’, which includes information about her role at the Royal Mail and the Post Office, creative and service aspects and the role of the design division. There are page numbers at the bottom of each page, going from 36-39.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/026/6, AR/01/GRA/036/7
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/026/8
Item 9: STD Exhibition Call for Entries, 1985Add to your cart.
A grey, concertinaed, card leaflet, between the sizes of A4 and A3. On the front cover are the words, ‘call for entries’, below which is the ‘STD’ symbol and the words ‘close up’ in red writing. At the bottom of the page is printed, ‘The Society for Typographic Designers exhibition of members work’, and the details of date and location. Inside are further details of how to submit an entry and information about the Members Handbook. Listed are the selection committee members, which include Angela Reeves and FHK Henrion.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/9
Item 10: Record of Feelings, 1993Add to your cart.
Three pages of handwritten A4, dated 25th June, 1993.  Angela lists her feelings and thoughts regarding her role at the Royal Mail National as a Design and Editorial Manager. The feelings are wholly negative and she highlights her utter unhappiness with her job and in particular, with her manager. This item and item 11 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/10
Item 11: Stamp Commissioning record, 1982-1995Add to your cart.
Four pages of A4 handwritten by Angela, with the title at the top of the page, ‘Stamp commissioning’. The content is lists of words, presumably subject themes for stamps, with a tick or a cross next to the word, and some annotation. The lists are split up into years, running from 1982 – 1994/5. Written at the top of the first page, relating to the years 1982-1989, are the words, ’59 subjects, 11 with involvement, 23 not seen at all’. This item and item 10 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/11
Item 12: ‘New technology has pioneered better typography’ debate poster., 1992Add to your cart.
A black, A4 poster, with white lettering, giving information about the debate that was to be held in January 1992 in London, about whether new technology has pioneered better typography. The title is ‘Type, you can’t touch it, Mk. II.’ There are details about admission prices and contact details. There is also a list of names of those involved in the debate and Angela Reeves’ name appears in the list of people ‘Against this motion’. The back of the poster has most of the same information on it, but in a different design/format.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/13, AR/01/GRA/036/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/12
Item 13: Angela’s notes for ‘New technology has pioneered better typography’ debate., 1992Add to your cart.
Five pages of A4 handwritten by Angela. It is a rough copy of her arguments and supporting examples for her part in the ‘New technology has pioneered better typography’ debate, held in London 1992. It is addressed ‘To Amanda Tatham from Angela Reeves’ on the first page, along with Angela’s contact details.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/12, AR/01/GRA/036/14
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/13
Item 14: Letter, 1992Add to your cart.
A typed letter from the Chairman of the co-organising committee of the ‘Type, You can’t touch it Mk. II’ debate held in January 1992. The letter is addressed to Angela Reeves, at Royal Mail Stamps, dated 22nd March 1992. The chairman thanks Angela for her contribution to the debate and writes of the success of the evening.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/12, AR/01/GRA/036/13
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/14
Item 15: Fifty years of Chermayeff & Geismar, 2008Add to your cart.
A white card around A5 size, with ‘50ifty’ printed on the front, with the ‘50’ in red and the ‘ifty’ in blue. Inside, half the card is printed with a short message from Chermayeff and Geismar celebrating fifty years of work. The other half of the card has Ivan and Tom’s handwritten signatures. On the back is the date ‘Jan 08’, written in pencil. This item and item 16 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/15
Item 16: Profile of Ivan Chermayeff, 2007Add to your cart.
A page from Design Week, issue from 25th October 2007. The article is written by Mike Dempsey about the work of Ivan Chermayeff, described as an ‘iconic figure’ and a ‘veteran’ and ‘very individual graphic designer’. This item and item 15 in this box, were placed in a plastic wallet within the red folder.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/16
Item 17: Child’s pastel drawing, [1970s-1990s]Add to your cart.
A pastel drawing of a house, garden and sun, drawn by a child. On the back is another drawing, of a pattern of coloured squares. There is also the name ‘George’ written by the child in green crayon. This is has been laid upon a piece of plain white A4 paper with the watermark ‘conqueror’
Condition: Delicate, edges thin and wearing
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/17
Item 18: British Philatelic Bulletin, 1996Add to your cart.
The British Philatelic Bulletin from November 1996, Vol. 34, No. 3. On page 72 there is a small section with the title, ‘Angela Reeves heads west’. It is the announcement, written by John Holman, the editor, that Angela was leaving the Royal Mail in order to go to New York for a new job. He gives a brief overview of her career at the Royal Mail and wishes her well in her new post.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/18
Item 19: Forty years of Chermayeff & Geismar., 2004Add to your cart.
A yellow envelope addressed to Angela Reeves at her home in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Inside is a booklet made from translucent paper, about A6 size. On the front is the title, ‘designing over 4our decades’. Inside is the announcement of an exhibition at the Cooper Union School of Art in November 2003. The back page gives more information and Chermayeff & Geismar and the exhibition.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/014/4, AR/01/GRA/036/20
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/19
Item 20: Email, 2004Add to your cart.
A two page email sent to Angela from ‘Steff & C&G’ (Chermayeff & Geismar). The email contains a few photographs from the exhibition held at the Cooper Union School of Art, which celebrated Chermayeff & Geismar’s design work over four decades. On the back of the second sheet is a page of unrelated printed text about a building in Florence, which as been annotated by Angela, with corrections and additions.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/014/4, AR/01/GRA/036/19
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/20
Item 21: Leaving card, [1973]Add to your cart.
An orange card inside which are signatures and farewell messages to Angela from her colleagues at Chermayeff and Geismar. The messages indicate that Angela was leaving the USA to go back to London. Slotted in the card are nine black and white photographs printed on 8”x10” card. The photographs are of Angela and her co-workers at Chermayeff & Geismar, possibly taken at Angela’s farewell gathering in the office. There is also a handwritten letter signed by ‘Tom and Ivan’ (Geismar and Chermayeff).
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/22-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/21
Item 22: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, of fourteen people gathered in an office at Chermayeff & Geismar Inc., for Angela’s farewell. The majority of people are unknown, apart from Ivan Chermayeff standing at the far right and Angela Reeves sitting third from the left. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21, AR/01/GRA/036/23-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/22
Item 23: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, of three women, two of which are unknown, and Angela Reeves on the far right. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-22, AR/01/GRA/036/24-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/23
Item 24: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, three women and a man sitting on the floor with some drinks, cake and grapes. Angela Reeves is the third from the left. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-23, AR/01/GRA/036/25-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/24
Item 25: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, of Angela Reeves, sitting on the floor with a drink in her hand. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-24, AR/01/GRA/036/26-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/25
Item 26: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, a group of eight people standing, chatting, with drinks. The people are unknown, except for Tom Geismar, who is in the centre of the photograph, fifth from the left. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-25, AR/01/GRA/036/27-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/26
Item 27: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, of four people standing together. Angela is on the far left, next to an unknown man, then Tom Geismar next to another unknown man. They are looking at a small child whose head is in the foreground of the photograph. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-26, AR/01/GRA/036/28-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/27
Item 28: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, Angela Reeves and a young child on her lap. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-27, AR/01/GRA/036/29-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/28
Item 29: Photograph, [1973]Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph printed on 8”x10” card, of five people. Angela Reeves is second from the right, the others are unknown. The photograph was probably taken at Angela’s farewell gathering a Chermayeff & Geismar office. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-28, AR/01/GRA/036/30-31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/29
Item 30: Photographs, [1973]Add to your cart.
A sheet of photograph paper with 37 small photographs printed on it, like a contact sheet. It shows some of the other photographs in this box. They all appear to have been taken at Angela’s farewell from Chermayeff & Geismar. The photograph came with eight other photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card, along with a personal letter from Geismar and Chermayeff.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-29, AR/01/GRA/036/31
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/30
Item 31: Letter, [1973]Add to your cart.
A letter, undated, to Angela from Tom Geismar and Ivan Chermayeff. It says that enclosed is a bonus check with thanks for all her effort during the year. It also says that they hope ‘Bruce’s’ departure doesn’t colour her enthusiasm in the office and they look forward to her returning next year. The letter came with nine photographs, slotted into Angela’s leaving card.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/21-30
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/31
Item 32: Letter from a! Dise?o, 1999Add to your cart.
A letter dated 09/04/1999, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Rafael Perez Iragorri, the President of a! Dise?o. He is thanking Angela for her support and that the Chermayeff & Geismar Design Conference and Workshops were very successful. He wishes her an enjoyable stay in Mexico City.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/32
Item 33: Letter from the Smithsonian Institution., 1999Add to your cart.
A letter dated 02/09/1999, addressed to Ivan Chermayeff, from David Umansky, the Director of Communications at the Smithsonian Institute. He writes that there is a check enclosed which represents the final payment for the work that Ivan and Angela Reeves did on the Logo project. He praises their efforts and adds that he thoroughly enjoyed working with Angela and Ivan.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/33
Item 34: Letter from the Art Directors Club, Inc., 1999Add to your cart.
A letter dated 20/07/1999, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from the Co-Chairs of The Student Committee. They thank Angela for her participation in the Art Directors Club Portfolio Review day, where students from the top ten schools from advertising and graphic design have the chance to get feedback on their portfolios from professionals in the business. It includes some feedback from a graduate and a request to let them know if Angela hired anyone as a result of the Review day.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/35, AR/01/GRA/036/36
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/34
Item 35: Letter from the Portfolio Center., 1999Add to your cart.
A letter dated 24/06/1999, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Hank Richardson, the Dean of Students and Education at the Portfolio Center, Georgia, USA.  The Portfolio Center was one of the ten schools chosen to attend the Art Directors Club Portfolio Review day. Richardson thanks Angela for her comments on his students’ work and invites her to visit the Portfolio Center.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/34, AR/01/GRA/036/36
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/35
Item 36: Invitation to the Art Directors Club Student Portfolio Review, 1999Add to your cart.
A letter dated 20/05/1999, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from the Co-Chairs of The Student Portfolio Reviews, inviting Angela to the Art Directors Club Student Portfolio Review and luncheon on either the 7th June for advertising or 8th June for graphic design. 50 students from the top ten advertising and graphic design schools were to present their portfolios. Attached is a confirmation form, where Angela has filled in her details and confirmed she would be attending the graphic design day, 8th June, 1999. Angela has also hand written on the letter the names of some of the schools that attended, which include Syracuse, Cooper Union and the Portfolio Center. Two pages.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/34, AR/01/GRA/036/35
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/36
Item 37: Letter, 1999Add to your cart.
A handwritten letter, signed by the four Associates of Chermayeff & Geismar Associates. They thank Angela for all her work over the year and offer her a bonus and raise for the forthcoming year.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/37
Item 38: Letter from the May Department Stores Company, 1998Add to your cart.
A letter dated 15/4/1998, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar from David Farrell, the Chairman of the board of The May Department Stores Company.  He writes to thank Angela for designing the Company’s 2007 annual report and congratulates her on its ‘terrific’ design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/019/13
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/38
Item 39: Fax from Mike Barden with Angela's Curriculum Vitae attached, 1998Add to your cart.
A fax dated 20/10/1998, sent from Mike Barden to Angela. The first page is a letter in which Barden gives Angela some news of his life. It is signed from Wendy and Mike. The purpose of the fax was to send Angela the most up-to-date version of Angela’s CV that Barden had. The CV is attached, with two copies of the first page as the telephone number and salary have been altered. Six pages in total.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/39
Item 40: Letter from the Fashion Institute of Technology, 1998Add to your cart.
A letter dated 19/05/1998, addressed to Angela ‘Reenee’ at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Joan Lombardi, the Assistant Chairperson for the Advertising and Design Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Lombardi thanks Angela for her participation in the Senior Portfolio Evaluation, which was held on 18th May 1998.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/46
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/40
Item 41: Invitation from the School of Visual Arts., 1998Add to your cart.
A letter dated 03/04/1998, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from the Chair of Advertising and Graphic Design and the Director of the Office of Career Development. They invite Angela to participate in the School of Visual Arts Graphic Design Portfolio Review and Luncheon. The provide details of the event and request an RSVP.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/45
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/41
Item 42: Memorandum for Chermayeff & Geismar staff, 1998Add to your cart.
A memorandum sent by the associates of Chermayeff & Geismar Associates to say that Herman Eberhardt and Angela Reeves have been made associates in the firm.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/42
Item 43: Fax, 1998Add to your cart.
A fax dated 26/06/1998, addressed to Patsy Madden of Chermayeff & Geismar, from the director of the Escuela de Dise?o, Chile. It thanks the recipient for receiving the students from the Escuela so kindly, guided by Angela Reeves. Angela’s name has been highlighted in yellow pen, and has ‘Angela F.Y.I P.’ handwritten in red pen.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/43
Item 44: Letter from University of Northumbria at Newcastle., 1998Add to your cart.
A letter dated 25/06/1998, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Terry Dowling, Director of Postgraduate Studies for the Department of Design at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle. Dowling thanks Angela for her presentation and escorted visit to the studio, with design students from the University.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/44
Item 45: Letter from the School of Visual Arts, 1998Add to your cart.
A letter dated 07/05/1998, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from the Director of the Office of Career Development at the School of Visual Arts. The Director thanks Angela for her participation in the Senior Portfolio Review and offers his assistance should she or her firm wishes to employ any of the students from the School.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/41
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/45
Item 46: Letter from the Fashion Institute of Technology, 1998Add to your cart.
Letter dated 05/05/1998, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Joan Lombardi, the Assistant Chairperson in the Advertising Design Department. She thanks Angela for agreeing to take part in the Advertising Design Department Senior Portfolio Review and gives further details of the venue and time.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/40
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/46
Item 47: Invitation to Small Talk, 1997Add to your cart.
A small card addressed to Steff Geissbuhler at Chermayeff & Geismar. It is an invitation to ‘Small Talk: Stamp Design’, a talk given by three experts, One of the experts and highlighted in yellow pen on the card is Angela Reeves.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/012/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/47
Item 48: Letter from University of Plymouth, 1997Add to your cart.
A letter dated 08/07/1997, addressed to Angela at Chermayeff & Geismar, from Justin Beament at the Exeter School of Arts & Design, at the University of Plymouth. Beament thanks Angela for all her work as an assessor over the past four years.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/48
Item 49: Letter  from Terry Denham, 1996Add to your cart.
A letter dated 25/10/1996, addressed to Angela at her apartment in New York, from Terry Denham. He thanks Angela for the work she put into the early days of The Stamp Show 2000 on behalf of P&O and the Philatelic Advisory Board. He fills her in on some of the goings-on at the Philatelic Advisory Board and wishes her will in New York.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/49
Item 50: Chermayeff & Geismar conference and workshops., 1999Add to your cart.
A booklet about the conference and workshops held by Chermayeff & Geismar in Mexico City. The booklet is in Spanish.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/50
Item 51: Photograph, 1988Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph showing Angela Reeves and a man holding an award for The 1988 Print Buyer Award, Book Award, and the book that won it.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/51
Item 52: Letter from the Royal Philatelic Society, 1995Add to your cart.
A letter, dated 12/07/1995, addressed to Julie Dunwiddie of The Royal Mail, from David Springbett, librarian at The Royal Philatelic Society. He thanks her for the donation of the book, ‘Postal Reform & The Penny Black’, by Douglas Muir. He also says that he was fascinated that Angela Reeves played such a large part in the preparation of the book and that the design was her own work.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/52
Item 53: Letter, 1993Add to your cart.
A letter dated 13/10/1993, addressed to Angela Reeves at the Design Department (Royal Mail), from Nick Phillips, the Head of BA (hons) Graphic Design at Southampton Campus. He thanks Angela for agreeing to talk to some students who were doing a R.S.A. stamp project.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/53
Item 54: Letter from Staffordshire Polytechnic, 1989Add to your cart.
A letter dated 17/10/1989, addressed to Angela in London, from Robert Grundy, Course leader at Staffordshire Polytechnic. He thanks Angela for the Moderator’s report she submitted and for her work over the previous four years.
Condition: Stain at the top of letter
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/55
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/54
Item 55: Letter and course report, 1989Add to your cart.
A letter dated 20/07/1989, addressed to Francesca Francis the Academic Registrar at the Staffordshire Polytechnic. Angela informs that her report on the graphic design element of the Art and Design course is attached and that this is her last year writing the report. The report is split into two parts and Angela gives her views on the quality of the course and its students. Seven pages altogether.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/54
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/55
Item 56: Letter from Dorling Kindersley Limited, 1992Add to your cart.
A letter dated 15/09/1992, addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from Peter Kindersley. He thanks Angela for telling him about the book publishing programme she wished to develop, and he gives her the name of someone else to contact and offers to set up a meeting between the three of them.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/56
Item 57: Letter from The Orion Publishing Group Ltd., 1992Add to your cart.
A letter dated 18/09/1992, addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from Anthony Cheetham of Orion Publishing Group. He states that he would be delighted to give her any help or advice and that the idea of developing some form of partnership is attractive. He invites Angela to set up an appointment.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/57
Item 58: Article from The Bookseller, 1992Add to your cart.
An article taken from ‘The Bookseller’, 27th  November 1992, pp. 1595-1596. The article is entitled, ‘Chapmans to merge with Orion’ and explains the details of the merge.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/58
Item 59: Letter from John Lewis Partnership, 1992Add to your cart.
A letter dated 15/04/1992, addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from DR Cooper, Design Coordinator at the John Lewis Partnership. Cooper thanks Angela for going along to talk to their designers.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/59
Item 60: Letter from The Boots Company, 1991Add to your cart.
A letter dated 20/12/1991, addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from CJ Pendleton, the Account Group Manager at The Boots Company. Pendleton thanks Angela for going to talk to the in-house designers at The Boots Company.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/60
Item 61: Typographic magazine, 1990Add to your cart.
‘Typographic’ – The Journal of the Society of Typographic Designers, number 41, Winter 1990. This issue was designed by Angela Reeves, and she it credited as being so on the first page of the issue.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/61
Item 62: Angela's Curriculum Vitae, 1987Add to your cart.
Angela’s CV, three pages long, the last job listed ended 1987.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/62
Item 63: Certificate, 2007Add to your cart.
A certificate showing that Angela attended the course ‘Journey though art history’ on 3rd July 2007 at Stroud College in Gloucestershire.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/63
Item 64: Letter and exhibit detail forms, 1991-1992Add to your cart.
A letter dated December 1991, addressed to Angela, from David Strickland, the Course Director for Graphic Design at the Chelsea College of Art and Design. Strickland thanks Angela for agreeing to take part in the Chelsea Graphics retrospective. He asks her to send in the transparencies of her work and also her biographical details. Angela has drawn a box around ‘biographical details’ and wrote ‘do’ next to it. Attached to the letter were three more pieces of paper which are copies of the forms sent in, detailing the exhibits and her biographical details. They reveal that she was exhibiting the Kew Gardens Presentation Pack, Typographic Magazine and the Postal Reform and the Penny Black book. 4 pages in total.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/64
Item 65: Letter from Dundee of Jordanstone College of Art, 1989Add to your cart.
A letter dated 05/10/1989, addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from Jock. He thanks Angela for giving a lecture there.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/65
Item 66: Letter from D&AD, 1988Add to your cart.
A letter dated 14/10/1988, addressed to Angela at the Post Office, from Edward Booth-Clibborn, the Chairman of Design & Art Direction. The letter informs Angela that having had some of her work selected for exhibition by one of the elected juries, she is now eligible for membership of the D&AD. It gives details about the benefits of joining and how to join. Angela has circled the words ‘October’, ‘application form’ and ‘direct debit form’ and written ‘sent 1 Nov 88’ underneath.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/66
Item 67: The British Academy of Film & Television Arts newsletter, 1988Add to your cart.
An A3 photocopy of a page from the British Academy of Film & Television Arts newsletter, May 1988. One of the articles is about the Post Office Bursary and Angela is mentioned as the ‘up-and-coming artist’ who designed the trophy given to the winner of the bursary.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/67
Item 68: Letter from D&AD, 1988Add to your cart.
Letter dated 07/03/1988, addressed to Angela at the Post Office, from Edward Booth-Clibborn, the Chairman of Design & Art Direction. He thanks Angela for sitting on the 1988 D&AD Direct Mail Jury. He gives details of the Design and Advertising Awards.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/68
Item 69: A thank you note, 1987Add to your cart.
A note addressed to Angela from a Chairman at the Post Office, Ron Dearing. It is dated 24th September 1987. He thanks Angela for the work she put into his ‘farewell’ book, and that of Mr. Garrett, that were presented to them at a Board dinner.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/69
Item 70: Letter from Brighton Polytechnic, 1987Add to your cart.
A letter dated 06/04/1987, addressed to Angela at her London address, from Bruce Brown at the Department of Graphic Art and Design at Brighton Polytechnic. He thanks Angela for visiting them and says that the students enjoyed and benefitted from her project and criticisms. He invites her to return the following term.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/70
Item 71: Letter from the Brighton and Hove Philatelic Society, 1986Add to your cart.
A letter dated 23/06/1986, addressed to Angela at the Post Office Headquarters, from Richard West, the Hon. Secretary of the Brighton and Hove Philatelic Society. He thanks Angela for going to Brighton to give a talk and slide show on British Stamp design.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/71
Item 72: Letter from the CNAA, 1986Add to your cart.
A letter dated 21/08/1986, addressed to Angela at her London address, from Ms. Boylan, the Assistant Registrar of the Council for National Academic Awards. The letter thanks Angela for her work during her membership of the Graphic Design Board.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/72
Item 73: Letter from the Central Office of Information, 1986Add to your cart.
A letter dated 12/06/1986, addressed to Angela at the Post Office, from Barbara Simon, in the TV Correspondents Unit at the Central Office of Information. She thanks Angela for going to High Wycombe in order to be interviewed by her, about the implications of issuing a new stamp.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/ 73
Item 74: Newspaper clipping, 1986Add to your cart.
A page from the Courier HQP, dated May 1986. There is an article called ‘Birthday present for the Queen’ about the stamp presentation book given to the Queen by the Post Office to celebrate her 60th birthday. There is a photograph of Angela with the book. The book was designed in consultation with design division by Jeffrey Matthews, who also designed the stamps.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/74
Item 75: Letter from Margaret Thatcher, 1985Add to your cart.
A copy of a letter sent to Ronald Dearing from Margaret Thatcher, 26/11/1985. She thanks him for sending her a copy of the presentation volume of Royal Mail Special Stamps for 1985. She goes on to congratulate all those responsible for their production and the Post Office in general for their philatelic sales. Thatcher signed her name in pen. Angela has written on the bottom of the paper, ‘cc. Mike Barden, Mike Dempsey, from Angela’.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/75
Item 76: Letter, 1985Add to your cart.
Letter dated 24/10/1985, addressed to Angela, from AC Parton. Parton says that they have just seen their first copy of the Royal Mail Special Stamps 1985 and congratulates her on the improvement to an already first class product.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/76
Item 77: Newspaper clipping, 1986Add to your cart.
A page from the Courier HQP from April 1986. There is an article called ‘That’s an Oddie picture, believe me’, about the photographic wildlife competition judging at the Post Office Headquarters. Angela Reeves formed part of the judging panel along with Bill Oddie, who are photographed during the judging.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/77
Item 78: Överbria 1984, 1984Add to your cart.
An A5 page, ripped out of a booklet or pamphlet. It has some text, written in German and some black and white photographs of a talk relating to philately. At the bottom of the page is a small photograph, labelled ‘Angelika Reeves’, giving a talk.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/78
Item 79: Letter, 1984Add to your cart.
A letter dated 12/10/1984, addressed to Colin Pawson, from Bock, by direction of the Minister Dr. Günther Düll. The subject is the visit of members of the Stamp Advisory Committee and representatives of the Federal Ministry of Posts to the British Postal Administration for discussions about stamp production. He thanks Pawson for their visit to London from Germany. He says that he has enclosed some photographs for a keep-sake and expression of thanks, and that he’d like them to be passed on to Angela Reeves and Mr. Dale. Attached to the letter is a business card of Günther Düll, with a handwritten message on the back, in German.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/79
Item 80: Letter, 1984Add to your cart.
A letter dated 01/08/1984, addressed to Angela, from Franceska Rapkin, the Chairman of the Melville Committee. She thanks Angela for her talk she gave at the Postal Museum about the stamp production process. The letter is handwritten on paper with the header, ‘The British Philatelic Federation’.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/80
Item 81: Letter, 1984Add to your cart.
A letter dated 11/07/1984, addressed to Angela at the Postal Headquarters, from W.F. Rodgers, the Director of The House of Questa. He congratulates Angela on her article in the Typographic Journal of the STD, No, 24 of April 1984. He commends it as very interesting and informative.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/81
Item 82: Letter from Royle Murgatroyd, 1983Add to your cart.
A letter dated 21/09/1983, addressed to Angela at the Post Office, from Keith Murgatroyd of Royle and Murgatroyd Design Associates Limited. He thanks Angela for her ‘excellent’ talk which she gave at the STD meeting the previous week. Angela worked for Royle Murgatroyd Associates as a designer from 1978-1979.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/82
Item 83: Work Commendation Card, 1956Add to your cart.
A card, about A6 size, with the words ‘Kingswood Grammar School. Work Commendation Card’ printed on it. It was awarded to Angela for very good work in Art. It is dated May 1956 and is signed by the subject teacher and the headmaster.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/84-88
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/83
Item 84: Work Commendation Card, 1956Add to your cart.
A card, about A6 size, with the words ‘Kingswood Grammar School. Work Commendation Card’ printed on it. It was awarded to Angela for very good work in Art. It is dated June 1956 and is signed by the subject teacher and the headmaster.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/83, AR/01/GRA/036/85-88
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/84
Item 85: School report, 1955Add to your cart.
Angela’s school report from Kingswood Grammar School, Summer term, 1955, when Angela was 12.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/83-84, AR/01/GRA/036/86-88
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/85
Item 86: School report, 1956Add to your cart.
Angela’s school report from Kingswood Grammar School, Summer term 1956, when Angela was 13.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/83-85, AR/01/GRA/036/87-88
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/86
Item 87: School report, 1956Add to your cart.
Angela’s school report from Kingswood Grammar School, Autumn term 1956, when Angela was 14.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/83-86, AR/01/GRA/036/88
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/87
Item 88: School report, 1957Add to your cart.
Angela’s school report from Kingswood Grammar School, Spring term 1957, when Angela was 14.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/83-87
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/88
Item 89: College results, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
Angela’s results for her second year at the London College of Printing for the Diploma Course in Typographic Design. Out of 18 students, Angela ranked first place.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/90
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/89
Item 90: College results, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
Angela’s results for her third year at the London College of Printing for the Diploma Course in Typographic Design. Out of 21 students, Angela ranked second place.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/89
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/90
Item 91: Letter from the London College of Printing, 2000Add to your cart.
A letter dated 25/02/2000, addressed to Angela at her address in Stroud, from Charlotte Pelling, the Assistant College Administrator of the London College of Printing. She thanks Angela for her letter dated the 22nd February and apologises that the college doesn’t have records going back as far as 1964 and that she is unable to help Angela.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/91
Item 92: Announcement card, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A piece of yellow card announcing that Keith Helmetag and Jonathan Alger have joined Ivan Chermayeff, Tom Geismar and Steff Geissbuhler as Principals at Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. There are two small photographs of Helmetag and Alger on the left hand side.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/92
Item 93: Announcement card, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A piece of card, half red, half yellow, with a line of computer keyboard keys dividing the two halves lengthways. The computer keys read www.cgnyc.com. On the back of the card, printed in blue and red ink is a message telling the reader to visit the Chermayeff & Geismar Inc. website to find out about their current and past achievements. It also has the company’s contact information.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/93
Item 94: AIGA/NY Portfolio Review invitation / booking form, 1999Add to your cart.
An A3 card folded into an A4 booklet. The front cover has the title, ‘AIGA/NY Portfolio Review for student and young professional graphic designers’. The inside is a double page poster with the details of the event. It describes it as ‘a chance to meet the Best and Most Professional Designers in the Business…’, underneath which is a list of names under the heading, ‘Best in the Business’. Angela’s name appears on this list. Angela’s name also appears on the back page as the secretary of the Executive Committee and Chair for AIGA/NY. The back page has other information on it about AIGA/NY and the form to book a place at the event.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/95
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/94
Item 95: AIGA/NY Portfolio Review invitation / booking form, 1999Add to your cart.
An A3 card folded into A5 size and sealed at the top with a white circular sticker. The front cover has the title, ‘AIGA/NY Portfolio Review for student and young professional graphic designers’. It is the same as item AR/01/GRA/036/94 except that it is sealed and has Angela’s name and her address at Chermayeff & Geismar Inc printed in the centre.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/94
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/95
Item 96: Thank you card, 1991Add to your cart.
A small card, A6 size, in an envelope addressed to Angela at the Royal Mail, from Laurie Burns, in New York, franked 22nd August 1991. The card has printed text on the front, reading 'Thank you for your kindness and expression of sympathy'. Inside is a handwritten message from Laurie, thanking Angela for her note and kind words about her father, Aaron. Laurie and Angela met at an STD exhibit.
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/96
Item 97: Letter, 1986Add to your cart.
A handwritten letter from someone named 'Desmond'. He writes to tell Angela that he has just found out that Angela's mother was the twin sister of an old friend of his, Clement Glock/Dausuhart(?). Although he never met Angela's mother, he says that he may have seen Angela as a child, amongst some of her cousins. He also talks about the post cards of the then new Ralph Steadman Halley's Comet Stamps and calls them bold and controversial.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/97
Item 98: Christmas card, [1997]Add to your cart.
A handwritten Christmas card with a painting of Chastleton House, Oxfordshire, by David Gentleman. Inside the message reads, 'Angela, With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year and love from David and Sue - I hope you're enjoying a trans atlantic Christmas'. Their home address is printed at the bottom of the card. On the back of the card is a printed extract of an article by Lucinda Lambton about Chastleton House. David Gentleman is a well-known book illustrator and stamp and poster designer, commissions have included the Royal Mail.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/99, AR/01/GRA/036/101
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/98
Item 99: Christmas card, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A Christmas card with a painting of three towers in the front, accredited as 'Siena, San Gimignano, Lucca'. Inside there is a handwritten message to Angela, reading 'I hope your move and your work have all worked out well - All good wishes- D.' On the opposite side there is a printed Christmas message and the name 'David' hand written. David Gentleman is a well-known book illustrator and stamp and poster designer, commissions have included the Royal Mail.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/98, AR/01/GRA/036/101
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/99
Item 100: Design on thin paper, [1981-1996]Add to your cart.
An envelope, about A5 size, addressed to Angela at the Post Office, with the sender's address written down the side and a GB Machin Double Head stamp. On the back of the envelope is a roughly hand-drawn diagram of a pie chart, with each segment filled with a word or part of a word, for example, sales, museum, planning, TQM, ops., design. Inside the envelope is a large piece of thin, translucent paper, folded several times in order to fit into the envelope. On the paper there is a design in pale pink print. It appears to be of a clock face, with each number represented by Roman numerals. There are many other ornate symbols around the Roman numerals, including numbers and Greek symbols.
Condition: Good, but delicate
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/100
Item 101: Postcard from David Gentleman, 1988Add to your cart.
A post card with a watercolour by David Gentleman on the front of the Horse Guards from the Guards Memorial Watercolour. He thanks Angela for her letter and says that he would like to meet with Tim Shackleton (a stamp designer) and to see the photographer. He also says that he enjoyed meeting his old stamp friends at the RCA party and that he was surprised to realise that his Post Office links had been going on for a quarter of a century. David Gentleman is a well-known book illustrator and stamp and poster designer, commissions have included the Royal Mail.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/98, AR/01/GRA/036/99
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/101
Item 102: Christmas card, 1990Add to your cart.
A handwritten Christmas card in an envelope franked Colchester, Essex, 24th Dec 1990. Inside, the A6 sized card has a picture of Felix Hall, Kelvedon, Essex on the front. Inside there are two messages, one a general Christmas message from Gnade and Milner Gray and the other, Milner thanks Angela for extra copies of Typographic and the return of his examples; and for Angela's card and good wishes. Their address at Felix Hall is printed at the bottom of the card. Milner Gray was a pioneering graphic designer and one of the key figures of 20th century British industrial design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/103
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/102
Item 103: Christmas greeting, [1990s]Add to your cart.
A folded piece of A4 paper with a red and orange design printed with the word 'NOEL' in the centre. Down the left hand side is a printed message, 'Greetings from Gnade & Milner Gray', with their address at Felix Hall, Kelvedon, printed down the other side. At the bottom of the page hand-written in orange felt-tip pen is 'with all good wishes'. Milner Gray was a pioneering graphic designer and one of the key figures of 20th century British industrial design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/102
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/103
Item 104: Letter from Milner Gray, 1990Add to your cart.
A handwritten letter from Milner Gray to Angela, dated 27th June 1990. The content of the letter mainly deals with Milner's thoughts on an article written by Bridget Wilkins, based on her interview with Milner. The article appeared in the Typographic magazine for the Journal of the Society of Typographic Designers, Issue 41, Winter 1990 (item 61 in this box). In the letter, Milner lists some corrections to be made to the article and his opinions about certain points. The finished article reveals that the majority of the corrections were made and his opinions taken on board. Handwritten by Angela in pencil at the top of the letter is, 'David G has cc'. Milner Gray was a pioneering graphic designer and one of the key figures of 20th century British industrial design.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/61
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/104
Item 105: Letter / poem, 1984Add to your cart.
A letter sent 'with affection' from 'Keith' to Angela. The sender's address in the corner is in Suffolk. The handwritten text is a poem about a train drawing up to a station and a girl getting off the train to meet her father. Possibly from Keith Fisher, the head of the Philatelic Service of the General Post Office 1984-1991.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/105
Item 106: Caricature of Angela, [1981-1996]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of paper with an ink and coloured pencil cartoon on it of Angela making a speech to a crowd of enthused stamps. Written in purple felt tip are the words 'best of luck!'. It is signed with two names Reman (?) and Norman.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/106
Item 107: Letter from Colin Pawson, 1994Add to your cart.
A handwritten letter addressed to Angela from Colin Pawson of Shelton Farm in Berkshire. He writes that he is sorry that Angela couldn't make it to the farewell drinks party but he understands given her difficult personal circumstances and he offers his sympathy. He goes on to talk about the party and that it was a great success, and thanks Angela for her part in the presentation of a painting of him and his wife Margaret competing at the Driving Trials at Sandringham. Pawson was Head of Philatelic Marketing for the Royal Mail.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/107
Item 108: Letter from friend, 1992Add to your cart.
A letter from Kim Hill (?), addressed to Angela. She writes that she saw the obituary of Jane Benham in the paper and thought that she was in Angela's group at the London College of Printing, and thought that Angela might like to have it. She also talks about what she is doing now and asks Angela about what she is doing too. Angela has written 'answered' in black pen on the letter.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/109
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/108
Item 109: Newspaper clipping - obituary, 1992Add to your cart.
Pages 19 and 20 of the Maldon and Burnham Standard from the 11th June, 1992. Page 19 is the obituaries page. There are four obituaries, one of which is for Jane Benham from Maldon, who died in June 1992. She studied at the London College of Printing and trained as a typographer. Jane was the same age as Angela so it is very likely that they studied at the London College of Printing at the same time. The newspaper clipping came with a letter sent to Angela from Kim Hill (?) who said that the article may have been of interest to Angela as she thought Jane Benham was in her group at College.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/108
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/109
Item 110: Letter from Donald Grattan, 1981Add to your cart.
A typed letter on A5 paper with the header, BBC Education. The letter is dated 29th June 1981 and is from Donald Grattan, Controller, Educational Broadcasting. He apologises to Angela that he won't be able to attend her last Educational Publications meeting or the celebratory afternoon drinks. He expresses her thanks for her energy and heart in planning and designing the Educational Publications.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/110
Item 111: Mini card, [1981-2008]Add to your cart.
A tiny card in a tiny orange envelope (approx. 4cm x 5.5cm). The envelope has an arrow pointing to Angela's name on the front. The card is also orange  with two daisies painted on the front. Inside is that handwritten message, 'With good wishes, Ernest'. On the back of the card is a small stick drawing of a man and the words 'Running studio U.S.A. 10 M3B'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/111
Item 112: Unilever  invoice form design, [1969-]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of paper with a pencil design laying out the format of an invoice form.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/113-115
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/112
Item 113: Unilever  stationery design, [1969-]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of paper with a pencil design perhaps laying out the format of writing paper, headed with the Unilever logo and part of the address in the top left hand corner.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/112, AR/01/GRA/036/114, AR/01/GRA/036/115
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/113
Item 114: Unilever stationery design, [1969-]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of paper with a pencil design perhaps laying out the format of writing paper, headed with the Unilever logo and the address and other contact details in the top left hand corner.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/112, AR/01/GRA/036/113, AR/01/GRA/036/115
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/114
Item 115: Unilever logo design, [1969-]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of paper with a pencil design of two Unilever logos. One is for Unilever, the other is for Unilever Indonesia.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/036/112-114
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/115
Item 116: Magazine article, 2005Add to your cart.
Pages 40-46 of 'How' magazine from October 2005. The article is in the business section with the title 'Starting Over'. It is about the period of time when Chermayeff and Geismar Inc. split. Founding partners Ivan Chermayeff & Tom Geismar left to become Chermayeff & Geismar Studio and the remaining four partners continued under the name C&G Partners. The article gives the reasons for the split, the process and the pros and cons of starting over.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/116
Item 117: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
Photograph of the exhibition stand for the company Torin. Angela designed the stand for Torin that was used at the 'Electronica', held in Munich in 1974. This photograph is a cropped version of one of the photographs in the item AR/01/GRA/034/4.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/4, AR/01/GRA/036/118
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/117
Item 118: Photograph, [1974]Add to your cart.
Photograph of the exhibition stand for the company Torin. Angela designed the stand for Torin that was used at the 'Electronica', held in Munich in 1974. This photograph is a cropped version of one of the photographs in the item AR/01/GRA/034/4.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/4, AR/01/GRA/036/117
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/036/118
Box 37: Box containing Angela's sketch books, stamps and framed pictures, 1959-1993Add to your cart.
The box contains three of Angela's sketch books two of which were used in her application to the Chelsea School of Art. There are six  commemorative stamps and two framed pictures that were presented to Angela by the Royal Mail and the Design and Art Director's Association.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - e (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037
Item 1: Angela's Sketch book, 1959Add to your cart.
A spiral bound Rowney sketch book between the sizes of A4 and A5. Inside there are 30 pages of ink sketches, mainly of people, some nature and some objects. A sticker on the back of the sketch book indicates that it was submitted by Angela Reeves to the Royal College of Art as part of her admission application to the Chelsea School of Art to study Graphic Design. Angela studied at the Chelsea School of Art from 1959-1962. It is numbered as Testimony 1.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/001/38-39, 41-43, 51, 57-59, 113, AR/01/GRA/037/2
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/1
Item 2: Angela's Sketch book, 1959Add to your cart.
An A4 sketch book with about fifty pages of  sketches mainly ink, but some in pencil. The sketches are of people, houses, gardens and some objects. A sticker on the back of the sketch book indicates it was submitted by Angela Reeves to the Royal College of Art as part of her admission application to the Chelsea School of Art to study Graphic Design. Angela studied at the Chelsea School of Art from 1959-1962. It is numbered as Testimony number 2.
Condition: Damage to spine, some pages falling out
Related to: AR/01/GRA/001/38-39, 41-43, 51, 57-59, 113, AR/01/GRA/037/1
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/2
Item 3: Angela's Sketch book, 1961Add to your cart.
An A4 sketch book with about many sketches in ink, pencil and paint. The sketches include those of people, objects, flowers, scenery and lettering. The sticker on the front of the sketch book shows it was entered into the London County Council Major County Awards.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/3
Item 4: Stamps, 1992Add to your cart.
A piece of black card, half covered with clear acetate. Underneath the acetate are three stamps. These are three of the four commemorative stamps called Protection of the Environment. Children's Paintings, issued 15th September, 1992. The themes of the three stamps are acid rain, the ozone layer and the greenhouse effect.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/4
Item 5: Stamp, 1989Add to your cart.
A piece of black card, half covered with clear acetate. Underneath the acetate is one stamp, from a set of four stamps named Food and Farming: From Seed to Supermarket, issued on 7th March 1989. The stamp here is 'Meat Products'.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/5
Item 6: Stamp, 1989Add to your cart.
A piece of black card, half covered with clear acetate. Underneath the acetate are two stamps from a set of four with the title 'Robert Burns - The Immortal Memory', issued on 25th January 1996. The first stamp is Opening Lines of 'To a Mouse' and Fieldmouse and the second is 'O my Luve's like a red, red rose' and Wild Rose.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/6
Item 7: Framed picture, [1991-1992]Add to your cart.
A framed picture presented to Angela. The picture is of several small photographs of various Royal Mail products and services with the words 'UPPER & lower case' and 'stempel garamond' intermingled with the photographs. At the bottom of the picture are the words 'Presented to Angela Reeves in recognition of your involvement with the development and implementation of the Royal Mail Identity'. It is signed by David Lane, the Director and General Manager of Royal Mail National. It has a thin black frame.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/7
Item 8: Framed picture, 1993Add to your cart.
A framed picture presented to Angela. The picture is about A3 size with a pencil drawing of a pencil with D&Ad on it. The pencil drawing is in the middle of the picture and is about A6 size. It is signed Adrian George. In the bottom left hand corner is a 'Designers and Art Directors Association 1993' stamp, showing that the category is graphics, it was presented to Angela Reeves, Royal Mail, the President Aziz Cami's signature and the Chairman Anthony Simonds-Gooding's signature.
Condition: Slightly grubby and the frame slightly scratched at the bottom
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/037/8
Box 38: Portfolio containing examples of Angela's work, 1965-1983Add to your cart.
A black, plastic, portfolio containing examples of Angela's work dating from 1965 through to 1983. The portfolio has plastic pockets which have been filled with examples of Angela’s work. Most of the examples have been mounted on to black A3 sized paper, before being inserted into the plastic pockets of the portfolio. Examples of work for Viscom Group, Torin, Cullum Litho Limited, National Union of Students, the FYA, The BBC and New York University are all included within the portfolio. There are also some loose examples of work slotted into the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Location: A3 - f (Archive racking)
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038
Item 1: Viscom Limited catalogue design, 1965Add to your cart.
A mock-up design for the cover of the Viscom Limited Audio Visual Library Catalogue for 16mm Films and Video Cassettes. These words appear in white in the top left hand corner. The booklet is brown with black camera film scattered over the bottom half of the cover. On the back the address is written in small lettering in the top left hand corner. The camera film design is printed onto the cover but the writing is handwritten, with the guidelines still visible. The mock-up is a piece of A4 card folded in half and glued in place. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Good, becoming unstuck at bottom right corner
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/1
Item 2: Torin Milan exhibition panel designs, 1979Add to your cart.
Angela's designs, on A1 paper, that were to be used for the panels for the Torin exhibition stands in Milan, 5th March 1979. They are drawn in pencil and pen and part of it is printed. Each panel is labelled with a number, which also appear in a table with other information. At the top right corner, it says that the drawing is to be used with: Plan drawing (item AR/01/GRA/034/11), colour samples, artwork number 1 and drawings no.s 4,5. At the bottom right corner it says that the drawing is not to scale, the elevation of the panels, the place and date of the exhibition, Angela's name and address and 'drawing number 2'. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Torn up one of the folds
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/11, AR/01/Gra/41/4, AR/01/GRA/41/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/2
Item 3: Brian Coysten's Curriculum Vitae, [1983]Add to your cart.
A three page C.V. of Brian Coysten, who was Angela's husband. The first page shows that he sent it to Maureen Loydall. The 'Ref' reads Design Director P.S.A. Supplies. At the time he was working in The British Museum design office. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/3
Item 4: The Ugly Brute - Torin Poster, [1970s]Add to your cart.
Two A3 size posters. The background is orange with the title in bold black lettering at the top. The poster is advertising Torin's new B-Fan for unitary air conditioners. There is a picture of the fan in the middle of the poster and some text about it, below. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/4
Item 5: Time is running out - Xerox poster, [1972]Add to your cart.
Two A3 size posters. The background is grey with a picture of a calendar in the middle, set to Friday 15th September. The poster is advertising the day when applications for the Social Service Leave Program were due in. The Social Service Leave Program allowed an employee to take a leave of absence for up to one year with full pay to make a contribution to society. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/6
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/5
Item 6: Can you help our world a little? - Xerox poster, [1972]Add to your cart.
Two A3 size posters. The background is black with white text. The poster is advertising the Social Service Leave Program. The Social Service Leave Program allowed an employee to take a leave of absence for up to one year with full pay to make a contribution to society. This item was slotted in the front of the portfolio.
Condition: Parts of the black background are discoloured
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/5
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/6
Item 7: Angela Reeves C.V., [1973-1978]Add to your cart.
Two pages of Angela's CV from 1959 to 'present'. The most recent position on her C.V. is Freelance Graphic Designer, which she did from 1973. This item is in the first page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/7
Item 8: Photophonics design, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A piece of white paper, about 5"x12", with the word photophonics printed lengthways, in black lettering with the Viscom symbol at the beginning of the word. This item is on the second page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/8
Item 9: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 sized piece of card with 'viscom group Visual Communication Management' printed in blue at the top of the page, underneath which is the Viscom symbol printed in different shades of blue. The logo takes up most of the page. This item is on the third page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/9
Item 10: viscom limited writing paper, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top left corner and 'viscom limited' printed next to it. In the top right hand corner are the addresses of the Head Office and the Audio Visual Library, above which is typed 'A member of The Viscom Group'. The item is on the fourth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/10
Item 11: viscom limited order form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top left corner and 'viscom limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the order details below. This item is on the fourth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/11
Item 12: viscom limited invoice form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the invoice details below. This item is on the fourth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/12
Item 13: viscom sales limited writing paper, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom sales limited' printed next to it. In the top right hand corner is the address of the Head Office, above which is typed 'A member of The Viscom Group'. The item is on the fifth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/13
Item 14: viscom sales limited order form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom sales limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the order details below. This item is on the fifth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/14
Item 15: viscom sales limited invoice form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom sales limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the invoice details below. This item is on the fifth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/15
Item 16: viscom production limited writing paper, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom production limited' printed next to it. In the top, right hand corner is the address of the Head Office, above which is typed 'A member of The Viscom Group'. The item is on the sixth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/16
Item 17: viscom production limited order form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom production limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the order details below. This item is on the sixth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/17
Item 18: viscom production limited invoice form, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom production limited' printed next to it. The contact details are in the top right hand corner, with spaces to write the invoice details below. This item is on the sixth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/18
Item 19: viscom group Client's Report, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom group' printed next to it, below which is printed 'Client's Report'. The contact details are printed below the words 'Visual Communication Management' in the top right hand corner. This item is on the seventh page of the port folio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/19
Item 20: viscom group business card, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A business card for Ian Phillips, the Director in Marketing. The Viscom logo takes up two-thirds of the card, with the contact details on the right hand side. This item is on the seventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/20
Item 21: viscom group compliments slip, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip with the Viscom logo in the top left hand corner and the contact details on the right. The words 'With compliments' appear at the bottom of the paper. This item is on the seventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/21
Item 22: viscom group delivery /advice note, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A Viscom delivery / advice note with the Viscom logo in the top left hand corner and the contact details on the right. There is space below to write the details of the delivery or advice. This item is on the seventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/22
Item 23: viscom scotland limited writing paper, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom scotland limited' printed next to it. In the top, right hand corner are the contact details, above which is typed 'A member of The Viscom Group'. Below this is printed, 'Associated with: Smith Schorstein Associates Limited'. The item is on the eighth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/23
Item 24: viscom scotland limited compliments slip, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A compliments slip with the Viscom logo in the top left hand corner next to which is printed 'viscom scotland limited', and the contact details on the right. Below these is printed, 'Associated with: Smith Schorstein Associates Limited'. The words 'With compliments' appear at the bottom of the paper. This item is on the eighth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/24
Item 25: viscom scotland limited business card, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A business card for Patrick F. Friesner, Director, with the Viscom Scotland limited logo printed in the middle and the contact details on the right. Below these is printed, 'Associated with: Smith Schorstein Associates Limited'. This item is on the eighth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/25
Item 26: viscom limited newsletter, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white writing paper with the Viscom logo in the top, left corner and 'viscom limited' printed next to it. In the top, right hand corner are the contact details of the Head Office, above which is typed 'A member of The Viscom Group'. Below this printed in a white lettering over a blue band is the word 'newsletter'. The item is on the ninth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/26
Item 27: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A black and white card that was possibly used as a cover for a video cassette. The front part of the cover has the Viscom Group logo next to the Viscom House address. Underneath this is a space to write the title. At the bottom of the front cover is printed, 'Black & White / Colour' and 'Running Time'. On the back cover the same information is printed, except for the address. The item is on the tenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/27
Item 28: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A yellow coloured card, about A6 size, with the Viscom Group logo in the top left side of the card. In the top right corner is the Viscom House address. This item is on the ninth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/28
Item 29: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A grey and black card, about A6 size. The Viscom Group logo is in the top left corner with the Viscom House address in the top right corner. Underneath this is a space to write the title. Below there is a rectangle cut out of the card on the left hand side. Printed below this are the words 'Black & White / colour' and 'Running Time'. At the bottom of the card is a black section with the Viscom Group logo printed in white. This item is on the tenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/29
Item 30: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A square grey and black card between the sizes of A5 and A6. On the left hand side of the card is the Viscom Group logo next to the Viscom House address on the right.  Underneath this is a space to write the title. At the bottom of the front cover is printed, 'Black & White / Colour' and 'Running Time'. Running across the top of the page is a black strip with an arrow and the words 'This side in' printed in grey lettering. The item is on the eleventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/30
Item 31: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A black and white card that was possibly used as a cover for a video cassette. The front part of the cover has the Viscom Group logo next to the Viscom House address. Underneath this is a space to write the title. At the bottom of the front cover is printed, 'Black & White / Colour' and 'Running Time'. On the spine the Viscom logo is printed on black. On the back cover the same information is printed, except for the address. The item is on the eleventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/31
Item 32: viscom group, [1970s]Add to your cart.
A piece of circular, grey card, divided by two horizontal lines into three sections. In the middle section is the Viscom Group logo next to the Viscom House address. Above this, in the top section are the words 'Copy Number', 'Footage', and 'Title'. The item is on the eleventh page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/035/3, AR/01/GRA/038/1, AR/01/GRA/038/8-32
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/32
Item 33: Photograph of Torin stand, 1974Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Basle, 1974. This item is on the twelfth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/034/26, AR/01/GRA/034/27
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/33
Item 34: Photograph of Torin stand, 1975Add to your cart.
A colour photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Munich, 1975. This item is on the twelfth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/34
Item 35: Photograph of Torin stand, 1976Add to your cart.
A colour photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Basle, 1976. This item is on the thirteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/36, AR/01/GRA/038/37, AR/01/GRA/038/38
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/35
Item 36: Photograph of Torin stand, 1976Add to your cart.
A colour photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Basle, 1976. This item is on the thirteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/35, AR/01/GRA/038/37, AR/01/GRA/038/38
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/36
Item 37: Photograph of Torin stand, 1976Add to your cart.
A colour photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Basle, 1976. This item is on the fourteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/35, AR/01/GRA/038/36, AR/01/GRA/038/38
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/37
Item 38: Photograph of Torin stand, 1976Add to your cart.
A colour photograph of the Torin exhibition stand at Basle, 1976. This item is on the fourteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/038/35, AR/01/GRA/038/36, AR/01/GRA/038/37
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/38
Item 39: Reader's Digest writing paper, [1973-1978]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white paper headed in grey ink, 'The Reader's Digest Pension Trustees Limited'. Their address is printed below this in black ink. At the bottom of the page are the names of the chairman, the secretary, the address and the registered number. The item is on the fifteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/39
Item 40: Community Service Programme writing paper, [1973-1978]Add to your cart.
An A4 piece of white paper headed in blue ink, 'Community Service Programme'. Their address is printed below this in black ink. At the bottom of the page it says 'A Division of The Reader's Digest Association Limited', along with the names of the chairman, the managing director, the address and the registered number. The item is on the sixteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/40
Item 41: Echoes the Story of an Island, [1970s]Add to your cart.
An A5 booklet opened out to A4 to show the front and back covers. The covers are printed with seven colour photographs of Jersey with the title on the front page in the top right hand corner. At the bottom of the page is printed, 'A new Jersey Tourism film'. On the back cover is the Viscom logo with the words 'A Viscom Production'. The item is on the seventeenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Unique Identifier: AR/01/GRA/038/41
Item 42: Viscom Limited catalogue design, 1965Add to your cart.
The front cover of the Viscom Limited Audio Visual Library Catalogue for 16mm Films and Video Cassettes. These words appear in white in the top left hand corner. The booklet is red/orange with black camera film scattered over the bottom half of the cover. This item is on the eighteenth page of the portfolio.
Condition: Good
Related to: AR/01/GRA/032/35, AR/01/GRA/038/1