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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 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

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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