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Angela Reeves Collection

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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.


Box and Folder Listing


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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],
[All]

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

Browse by Box:

[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],
[All]


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