COLLEAGUES OF CALLIGRAPHY LIBRARY CATALOG
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AC – ASIAN CALLIGRAPHY
AC-1 An Introduction to Japanese Calligraphy Yuuko Suzuki, 2008. History and use of brush, ink, ink stone and paper to create words in Japanese kanji and cursive. A beautiful gallery of work.
BA – BOOK ARTS
BA-1 Altered Books Workshop Bev Brazelton, 2004. Learn how to create new and interesting book formats using old books, mixed media and found objects.
BA-2 Books, Boxes & Portfolios Franz Zeier, 1990. Contains a vast number of bindings, comprehensive diagrams, and detailed instruction on the basics of bookbinding tools, materials and techniques.
BA-3 Expressive Handmade Books Alisa Golden, 2005. Create books that best express your thoughts, stories and images with different structures, distinctive elements, including pop-ups, pockets and origami pages.
BA-4 Making Memory Books By Hand Kristina Feliciano, 1999. Step-by-step instructions for memory albums, travel diaries, wedding albums, journals and portfolios. Nice full-color illustrations.
BIO – BIOGRAPHY
BIO-1 Edward Johnston, Master Calligrapher Peter Holliday, 2006. This detailed book takes a fresh look at Johnston’s work and legacy, his friendships, his philosophy and those he worked with. It gives a lively view of the craft community at Ditchling in Sussex, where Johnston lived and worked for many years.
BIO-2 More Than Fine Writing – The Life and Calligraphy of Irene Wellington Heather Child, Heather Collins, Anne Hechle, Donald Jackson, 1986. A compilation of the life’s work of Irene Wellington, talented student of Edward Johnston, who went on to teach another generation of English calligraphers. Contains a wealth of beautiful calligraphy on vellum and paper, including roughs, finished work, gilding, and heraldry, along with the story of her progression as a calligrapher as influenced by Johnston.
BL – BRUSH LETTERING
BL-1 Brush Lettering, An Instructional Manual in Western Brush Calligraphy Marilyn Reaves, Eliza Schulte, 1994. All facets of brush lettering are explored here with the use of both the pointed and edged brush, and all you need to know about brush technique, tools, design and media. Excellent instruction.
BL-2 Hand Lettering on Fabric Lisa Engelbrecht, 2008 (DVD) Learn how to use brush and pen on all kinds of fabric with this DVD. Engelbrecht has done extensive work on fabric, and teaching her techniques at conferences.
BU – BUSINESS
BU-1 Envelope Etiquette Jeanne Ullian, 1994. Houston Calligraphy Guild. A wonderful reference for the proper way to address envelopes for formal occasions. Includes studio tips.
CC – CALLIGRAPHY COLLECTIONS
CC-1 The Calligraphy Sampler: Roman Alphabets Charles Pearce, 1985. Twenty-five handwritten alphabets with accompanying quotations.
CC-2 Calligraphy Today Heather Child, 1976. Survey of work of outstanding calligraphers from England, Europe and America with a brief history on a renewed interest and use of calligraphy.
CC-3 Contemporary Calligraphy – Modern Scribes and Lettering Artists II Introduction by Peter Holliday, 1986. Collection of a large array of professional calligraphy, some color, but mostly black and white.
CC-4 Lettering Arts Joanne Fink, Judy Kastin, 1993 Vibrant groupings of fine contemporary calligraphic work, a large amount of it in color.
CC-5 Kalligrafische Expressionen Published by Veb Fachbuchverlag, 1988 This is the expressive work of twelve professional German calligraphers and type designers. Black and white art, and German text.
CC-6 Modern Scribes and Lettering Artists Published by David Godine, 1980. Volume I of CC-2 listed above. More of the same quality calligraphy with a variety of techniques, tools and media.
CC-7 Our Calligraphic Heritage: The Geyer Studio Writing Book Ismar David, 1979. The deluxe edition format of a whole variety of alphabet exemplars and finished work, along with an instruction manual, placed together in a unique hard-bound portfolio. This deluxe edition is out of print.
CC-8 Reed, Pen & Brush Alphabets for Writing and Lettering Edward M. Catich, 1972. This is a deluxe portfolio, personally bound by Father Catich. Exemplars with accompanying explanations.
CC-9 Words of Risk, The Art of Thomas Ingmire Michael Gullick, 1989. Lavishly illustrated in color and black and white, this is a classic compilation of Ingmire’s work, highlighting several major commissions, with his thoughts about the design development of the work.
CC-10 Lavender’s Blue Ann Hechle, 1988. The design story behind a commissioned calligraphic work. Each part is pictured separately with design notes and the intentions of the artist.
CI – CALLIGRAPHY INSTRUCTION
CI-1 All About Technique In Calligraphy Barron’s Educational Series, Inc. 2010. An invigorating calligraphy course in one book including history, tools and materials, seven exemplars, projects, and a gallery section.
CI-2 The Anatomy of Letters Charles Pearce, 1987. A classic overview of history and materials with fine exemplars of five basic hands plus a section on layout and design.
CI-3 The Art and Craft of Hand Lettering Annie Cicale, 2004. Using this book is like having the teacher at your house. Offers detailed instruction in a variety of alphabets, design, and a generous gallery section.
CI-4 The Art of Calligraphy: A Practical Guide Marie Angel, 1977. A practical guide to materials, basic alphabets, and application of calligraphy.
CI-5 The Art of Calligraphy – A Practical Guide to the Skills and Techniques David Harris, 1995. Features 23 alphabets, full color, easy to follow exemplars for beginners and intermediates.
CI-6 The Art of Lettering With the Broad Pen Byron MacDonald, 1966. Beautiful examples of strong, vibrant lettering in 26 styles and variations, with accompanying instruction.
CI-7 Calligraphy School, A Step By Step Guide to the Fine Art of Lettering Gaynor Goffe, Anna Ravenscroft, 1994. Colorful presentation of techniques for the intermediate calligrapher; projects and gallery.
CI-8 Calligraphy Studio, The Ultimate Introduction to the Art of Handlettering Christopher Calderhead, 2012. This could actually be the “ultimate” in its scope. This book has useful features not covered in other instruction manuals. Beautiful images, and fine exemplars, challenging yet doable projects.
CI-9 The Craft of Calligraphy Dorothy Mahoney, 1982. A practical and beautiful guide to learning calligraphy in the Johnstonian tradition. A classic textbook.
CI-10 Creative Calligraphy Instructions & Alphabets Hermann Zapf, 1985. This is a booklet published by the Rotring Pens company.
CI-11 The Encyclopedia of Calligraphy Techniques Janet Mehigan, Mary Noble, 2005. A solid grounding in a variety of techniques for calligraphy, ideas for layout and design, letterform examples and gallery.
CI-12 Formal Penmanship And Other Papers – Edward Johnston Edited by Heather Child, 1971. A completion of Johnston’s unfinished work attempting to explore the understanding of historic hands and their underlying design principles. This is a good book for further study of Johnston’s Foundational Hand.
CI-13 Foundations of Calligraphy Sheila Waters, 2006. From a master scribe and a master teacher, this manual offers instruction and analysis of a wide variety of hands, layout and design, practicing effectively, and many examples of the author’s work.
CI-14 A Handwriting Manual Alfred Fairbank, 1975. One of the very first handwriting manuals featuring cursive and formal italic in the interest of reviving the study of calligraphy and improving handwriting.
CI-15 Insights Into Left-Hand Calligraphy Betsy Rivers-Kennedy, 1987 The classic manual for left-hand calligraphers, showing multiple writing tips including pen-holds, paper placement and writing direction.
CI-16 Italic and Copperplate Calligraphy – The Basics and Beyond Eleanor Winters, 2011. Thorough instruction by an expert calligrapher on step-by-step mastery of these hands from basics to tips on texture, color and commercial calligraphy.
CI-17 Italic Handwriting & Calligraphy for the Beginner Charles Lehman, 1981. This out-of-print instruction book gives the basics of informal calligraphic handwriting and some slightly more formal italic.
CI-18 Italic With Flourish (DVD) Margaret Daubney. Demonstration of basic italic with simple, clear explanations. How to fit the nib correctly, grinding stick ink, mixing gouache, basic letter strokes, the letters themselves, spacing and some flourishing. This capable instructor has taught calligraphy at England’s Roehampton Institute, and is the author of several calligraphy instruction books.
CI-19 Lessons in Formal Writing - Edward Johnston Edited by Heather Child, Justin Howes, 1986. A collection of teachings of Edward Johnston and descriptions of him from a variety of individuals.
CI-20 The Little Manual of Calligraphy Charles Pearce, 1981. Brief history of writing, guidance on broad-edged pen, five basic alphabets, hints and tips on layout and design, and examples of calligraphy.
CI-21 Modern Calligraphy and Hand Lettering Lisa Engelbrecht, 2008. Colorful array of contemporary styles with pen and brush, design tips, tools and materials, projects.
CI-22 The Mystic Art of Written Forms Friedrich Neugebauer, 1979. Instruction from a master calligrapher and type-designer. Many alphabets and examples of his work, and a text that reflects his philosophy about lettering arts. This book can be a self-study course for the highly motivated calligrapher.
CI-23 Pen Lettering Ann Camp, 1980. Classic, succinct calligraphy manual featuring Johnstonian instruction on italic and humanist calligraphy styles.
CI-24 The Speedball Textbook, 22nd Edition Compiled by Joanne Fink, Judy Kastin, 1991. A long-lived institution in the world of calligraphy manuals, this one is updated and streamlined with contemporary examples.
CI-25 Step-By-Step Calligraphy, A Complete Guide With Creative Projects Susan Hufton, 1997 A beautiful look at elegant calligraphic projects. Excellent photography, great instructional text and examples. Susan Hufton worked as a scribe on the Saint John’s Bible.
CI-26 Writing & Illuminating & Lettering Edward Johnston, 1907, with 33 re-printings through 1977. This is the book which started it all for many American calligraphers in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Its classic format is still very useful for layout and design, page design, use of quills, gilding, illumination, decoration, and calligraphic scripts. Reflects much of what Johnston taught during his years at the Central School of Arts of Crafts, and at the Royal College of Art in London.
CI-27 Written Letters – 33 Alphabets for Calligraphers, Expanded and Revised. Jacqueline Svaren, 1975. Classic instruction book with detailed historical and technical information on each style. The entire book is written in Svaren’s fine italic hand.
CL- CARVED LETTERS
CL -1 Letter Cutting In Stone Richard Grasby, 1989. The quintessential guide for the student of letter carving. Thorough explanations of technique, tools and materials.
DE-1 Enrich Your Calligraphy Diana Hardy Wilson, 1996. A stimulating guide for calligraphers examining the design process with practical techniques and procedures, problem solving, etc. Many illustrations and examples from calligraphers around the world.
DE-2 Ampersands & Oddments: Notes For A Jobbing Calligrapher G. Roland Smith, 2008. Explore the graphic world of the ampersand and other graphic signs.
EC- EXHIBITION CATALOGS
EC-1 Artist & Alphabet: 20th Century Calligraphy and Letter Art In America Curated by Jerry Kelly, Alice Koeth, 2000. Showing of the finest calligraphy, this catalog offers great variety and a wide scope of work.
EC-2 Celebration of Calligraphy. Seventy-five Years of The Society of Scribes and Illuminators 1996. This catalog has color throughout, and features a long history of work by SSI members, from traditional pieces by Edward Johnston to very contemporary work by others. Much of the work is on vellum, with some on glass, wood, fabric, and stone.
EC-3 The Graceful Envelope, Scripsit, Volume 25, Number 3, December, 2002 The colorful results of Graceful Envelope Contest, comprised of winning entries sponsored by the Washington Calligrapher’s Guild. Every imaginable technique, tool and lettering style are used to create these winners.
EC-4 The Graceful Envelope, Scripsit, Volume 31, Number 1, Spring, 2009 More amazing envelopes.
EC-5 2000 Years of Calligraphy Published by Walters Art Gallery, 1965. One of the most annotated exhibition catalogs ever made on the subject of calligraphy. Three major art museums sponsored this exhibition. This book has the sure touch of the curator with all of its detail and 218 plates.
EC-6 Painting With Words: The Calligraphy of Donald Jackson 1988. This slim volume honors an exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in 1988 and was sponsored by The London Link, a travel/study group which originated from the Colleagues of Calligraphy. Seven of the 55 pieces are pictured in the catalog. Remarks are included from Anne Hechle, Christopher de Hamel, John Stevens, Kazuaki Tanahashi, and Guillermo Rodriguez Benitez.
GC – GESTURAL CALLIGRAPHY
GC-1 Calligraphy: A Book of Contemporary Inspiration Denise Lach, 2009 Texture dynamics throughout, bold and fine, color and black and white, with a myriad of tools, some home-made, some from nature. Contemporary vibrant work with a view from the artist’s conceptual eye.
GC-2 Finding The Flow: A Calligraphic Journey Gina Jonas, 2006. Learn a method for building gestural energy into your work with this step by step workbook of exercises.
GC-3 Thoughtful Gestures; The Calligraphic Art of Yves Leterme Yves Leterme, 2011. A master at growing his work from traditional letterforms to his present gestural work, this experienced teacher/calligrapher talks about what gestural work needs to be. This is the story of his own calligraphic journey with words, tools and materials. Inspiring, colorful plates throughout.
HC – HISTORY OF CALLIGRAPHY/LETTERS/SCRIPTS
HC-1 The Art of Written Forms: The Theory and Practice of Calligraphy Donald M. Anderson, 1969. This book has been a first introduction for many American calligraphers to the vibrant history and evolution of letterforms. Anderson writes with an engaging style, and this history is never dull. Many illustrations.
HC- 2 The Complete Guide to Calligraphy Techniques and Materials Judy Martin, 1984. This book is more about the history of letterforms and writing, and writing instruments and materials. Many images, wonderful text.
HC-3 The Development of the Roman Alphabet Published by BSB, 1963. Many inspiring black and white images of manuscript texts. Excellent resource for the study of medieval scripts.
HC-4 Explicatio Formarum Litterarum: The Unfolding of Letterforms From the First Century to the Fifteenth Rutherford Aris, 1990 Hardbound cover that unfolds to 36” spread, showing the unfolding of letterforms during the first fifteen centuries, from hand-written book to printed text.
HC-5 The First Writing Book: Arrighi’sOperina John Howard Benson, 1976. This unique book is Benson’s very successful attempt to make an English facsimile of Arrighi’s italic handwriting manual from the Renaissance. This book is entirely written by hand in the same format, page for page as Arrighi’s original book.
HC-6 Historical Scripts Stan Knight, 1984. This book has become a well-loved classic with its detailed analysis of a weighty number of manuscript portions. The priority here is to examine historical writing, apart from the decoration that may accompany such writing in a manuscript. An excellent study tool.
HC-7 The History and Technique of Lettering Alexander Nesbitt, 1957. One of the first available accounts of the history of calligraphy and letterforms. Many images, with a scholarly, yet very readable text. \
HC-8 Lettering Hermann Degering, 1965. Such a short title for such an expansive book. Degering leaves no stone unturned as he walks the reader through the fascinating history of letters. Many examples of stone carving, ancient writing, medieval manuscripts and contemporary work. This book is rich in imagery.
HC-9 Lettering As Drawing Nicolete Gray, 1982 A classic survey of the history of drawn letters, from the beginnings of writing, on up to contemporary sign writing. Excellent, stimulating text.
HC-10 Masterpieces of Calligraphy, 261 Examples, 1500-1800 Edited by Peter Jessen, 1981 Many examples of the earliest Renaissance italic writing manuals on up through copperplate and engrossing in Victorian times.
HC-11 The Origin of the Serif Edward M. Catich, 1991 A major presentation by Fr. Catich on his theory about the brush being used before the chisel in ancient Roman inscription. This book is filled with his beautiful brush-made Romans and a detailed text on the development of Roman inscriptional letter forms.
HC-12 The Pen’s Excellencie: A Pictorial History of Western Calligraphy Joyce Irene Whalley, 1982. A complete pictorial history of the development of western calligraphy.
HC-13 The Roman Letter James Hayes, 1951. A concise look at the history of the Roman letter in all of its various progressions. American calligrapher Hayes writes in an engaging style and includes good images and drawings.
HC-14 The Story of Writing Donald Jackson, 1981. Lavishly illustrated book written in an easy style. A colorful picture of the history of writing and calligraphy. Interesting chapter on the development and manufacture of the metal writing nib.
HC-15 Calligraphy Michael Gullick, Studio Editions, London, 1990. Oversize pictorial history and commentary of calligraphy from 79 AD to 1988. Forty full color plates.
HL – HEBREW LETTERING
HL-1 Mastering Hebrew Calligraphy Izzy Pludwinski, 2012. Beautiful teaching presentation of various Hebrew scripts. A celebration of the Hebrew letter, strong in layout, design and lettering technique. Informative with lush colored examples.
HIM – HISTORY OF ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS
HIM-1 A History of Illuminated Manuscripts Christopher De Hamel, 1994. A tour out book production starting with the earliest monastic Gospel books through the lavish books of hours.
HIM-2 Introduction to Manuscript Studies Raymond Clemens, Timothy Graham, 2007. A book written especially for those who want to learn about how manuscript books were made in medieval times. Inside secrets, sometimes surprising and humorous are sprinkled through the text. Get a view into the life of the medieval scriptorium.
HIM-3 The Most Beautiful Bibles Edited by Andreas Fingernagel, Christian Gastgeber, 2008. A gigantic tour de force of illuminated Bibles and related texts. Most plates are vastly enlarged so that the finest detail may be discovered in this greatly over-sized book.
HIM-4 The Scribe – Journal of the Society of Scribes and Illuminators Number 78, Winter 2004. This issue focuses directly on ancient and medieval manuscripts. Good resource for study. Excellent images.
IGDL – ILLUMINATION/GILDING/DECORATED LETTERS
IGDL-1 Calligraphy and Illumination: A History and Practical Guide Patricia Lovett, 2000. History of calligraphy and illumination, how to design a coat of arms, detailed reference on papers, brushes, and preparing vellum. Comprehensive overview of the craft with featured chapters by Hermann Zapf and others.
IGDL-2 The Illuminated Alphabet: An Inspirational Introduction To Creating Decorative Calligraphy Timothy Noad, Patricia Seligman, 1994. Full color, illumination, materials, techniques, and 12 projects.
IGDL-3 1001 Illuminated Initial Letters Owen Jones, 1988. Jones was a Gothic Revivalist in mid-1800 England. He designed these ornate, foliated, filigreed initials in 1864. They are his personal impression of historic gothic styles. His limited palette can be altered with color additions and substitutions, as you use these letters.
IGDL-4 Masterpieces of Illuminated Letters & Borders WR Tymms, MD Wyatt, 2006 A ready source for decorated initial letters through the ages. Good for tracing and hand painting for your own projects.
MF – MANUSCRIPT FACSIMILES
MF-1 The Hastings Hours Janet Backhouse, 1997 One of the outstanding achievements of Renaissance Flemish illumination. This book of hours was owned by William Lord Hastings who commissioned it for himself in 1480. Janet Backhouse has written its detailed informative commentary. It contains many floral borders, The script is a semi cursive related to some batarde styles of the 15th century
MF-2 The Tres Riches Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry Published by George Braziller, Inc., 1989. Full color reproductions of the miniatures in this famous 15th-century manuscript. Next best to seeing the real book.
MF – 3 The Book of Kells (DVD-ROM For use on a personal computer, this is the first digitized version of all 340 folios of The Book of Kells, authorized by Trinity College, Dublin.
MS – MISCELLANEOUS
MS-1 Alphabet Soup, Recipes From A to Z From The Colleagues of Calligraphy 1982. 400 recipes submitted by Colleagues members with 36 full page calligraphic and illustrative renderings by members and nine invited guest artists.
MMT – MIXED MEDIA TECHNIQUE
MMT-1 Arteffects Jean Drysdale Green, 1993 This is a playground for creating colored backgrounds for your calligraphy. The book is vast in its scope with directions and colored images for over 100 background applications.
MMT-2 Art Expose- A Collection of Techniques for Creative Expression Judy Melvin, 2008 Splash around with a seemingly endless list of tools, and media to bring your work into an abstract maturity. Each process is clearly explained with all of the hints given, just as if you were a student in the author’s class.
MMT-3 Painted Paper – Techniques and Projects for Handmade Books and Cards Alisa Golden, 2009. This delightful book could have easily appeared under the book arts section in the library catalog. The focus of decorated paper is the main part of the book, with all kinds of applications in your art projects.
PC – PAPER CRAFT
PC-1 Creative Greeting Cards Sandi Genovese, 2001. A parade of techniques using a great variety of materials, clear directions and beautiful colored photography. A great card-making book.
PC-2 Paper Pleasures; The Creative Guide to Paper Craft Faith Shannon, 1987. Many colorful photos with text, covering the making of paper, decorating, and constructing objects.
PP – POINTED PEN
PP-1 A Copperplate Manual: An Introduction to Writing With the Pointed Pen Gerald Krimm, 1979. An expedient approach to learning copperplate with all of the necessary exemplars and comments about how the pointed pen works.
PP-2 Copperplate With Ron Tate (DVD) Ron Tate, 2009. This instructional course includes 21 chapters including essentials such as table angles, correct posture, writing angles, letter sizes, lower-case and capital forms, numbers, connecting letters, use of the pointed pen and oblique pen holders, ink samples, and old handwriting styles from old penmanship books. An extra feature shows how to develop your own beautiful style of penmanship. Over 2 hours of DVD instruction.
PP-3 Spencerian Script And Ornamental Penmanship Volume Two Michael R. Sull, 1989. Features the penmanship of Platt R. Spencer and over 1000 reproductions of ornamental alphabets, practical as well as novelty styles, and off-hand flourishing. This is more of an historic collection than an instruction book.
PP-4 Copperplate Calligraphy Dick Jackson, 1979. This is a classic out-of-print manual by a much-loved teacher. One of the first copperplate methods published in America.
SJB – SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE
SJB-1 Illuminating the Word: The Making of the Saint John’s Bible (First Edition) Christopher Calderhead, 2005. Behind the scenes look at the making of the first three volumes of the Saint John’s Bible.
SJB-2 Illuminating the Word: The Making of the Saint John’s Bible (Second Revised Edition) Christopher Calderhead, 2012. This revised and added-to edition was written after the completion of all seven volumes of the Saint John’s Bible. The story goes on with many more images and text in this revision.
SJB-3 The Illuminator and a Bible for the 21st Century (One VHS and one DVD.) Published by Saint John’s University, 2005. This is the documentary film which was made earlier in the development of the Saint John’s Bible. Visit Donald Jackson’s scriptorium in Wales to see the scribes working. Hear Donald speak about the work.
SJB-4 Gospels and Acts The Saint John’s Bible, 2005.
SJB-5 Historical Books The Saint John’s Bible, 2010.
SJB-6 Letters and Revelation The Saint John’s Bible, 2012 .
SJB-7 Pentateuch The Saint John’s Bible, 2006.
SJB-8 Prophets The Saint John’s Bible, 2007.
SJB-9 Psalms The Saint John’s Bible, 2006.
SJB-10 Wisdom Literature The Saint John’s Bible, 2007.
TY – TYPOGRAPHY
TY-1 Swash Letter Alphabets, 100 Complete Fonts Dan X Solo, 1996. A visual review of many typographical alphabets that incorporate flourished elements. Good for study.
TY-2 Typography Sketchbook Steven Heller, Lita Talarico, 201l. Authored by two established typographers, this is a lively compilation of the design roughs and sketches.. See what happens before the actual typeface or font is on the market. Read the design musings of 118 type designers and see pages from their sketch books.
TY-3 What Our Lettering Needs: The Contribution of Hermann Zapf to Calligraphy and Type Design at Hallmark Cards Rick Cusick, 2011. For years, the noted German calligrapher and type designer, Hermann Zapf, made regular visits to Hall Mark Cards Inc. His presence and teaching there made a lasting impact on the typographic artistry of the company. A respected calligrapher and designer, Rick Cusick is Hallmark’s Manager of Font Development.
NON-BOOK ITEMS (PERIODICALS, GUILD NEWSLETTERS, SLIDES, CASSETTES) PER – PERIODICALS
CALLIGRAPHY IDEA EXCHANGE (1986 – 87)
PER/CIE V3:3 PER/CIE V3:4 PER/CIE V4:1 PER/CIE V4:2 PER/CIE V4:3 PER/CIE V4:4 CALLIGRAPHY REVIEW (1987-1994)
PER/CR V5:1 PER/ CR V5:2 PER/CR V5:3 PER/CR V5:4 PER/CR V6:1 PER/CR V6:2 PER/CR V6:3 PER/CR V6:4 PER/CR V7:1 PER/CR V7:2 PER/CR V7:3 PER/CR V7:4 PER/CR V8:1 PER/CR V8:2
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EDWARD JOHNSTON FOUNDATION JOURNAL (2002 – 2007)
PER/EJFJ1 Autumn 2002, PER/EJFJ2 August 2004, PER/EJFJ3 October 2005, PER/EJFJ4 January 2007, PER/EJFJ5 November 2007
LETTERING ARTS REVIEW (1995 - )
PER/LAR V11:2 PER/LAR V13:1 PER/LAR V14:3 PER/LAR V16:2 PER/LAR V18:1 PER/LAR V20:1 PER/LAR V21:4 PER/LAR V23:2 PER/LAR V24:4 PER/LAR V26:2
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NP – NEWSLETTER PACKETS
NP0 Fall, Winter 2010, NP1 Winter, Spring, Summer 2011, NP2 Fall 2011, NP3 Winter 2012, NP4 Spring 2012, NP5 Summer 2012, NP6 Fall 2012,
SC – SLIDE COLLECTIONS
SC /A SSI COLLECTION (Notebook A)
SC/A1SSI SC/A2SSI SC/A3SSI SC/A4SSI SC/A5SSI
Posters, Heal & Son Dept. Store; 61PW, 19 slides
SSI Craftmembers’ Own Choice No. 1; 1969; 69CM, 59 slides SSI; 1974; 74IN, 106 slides
SSI Craftmembers’ Own Choice, No. 2; 1977; 77CM, 45 slides SSI Craftmembers’ Own Choice, No. 3; 1981; 81AS, 75 slides
SC/ B COLLEAGUES OF CALLIGRAPHY COLLECTION (Notebook B)
SC/B1COC Where It Is Written Exhibition; Sept. 1976; 76WW, 17 slides
SC/B2COC Second Annual Exhibition, St. Thomas College; 1978; 78EX, 60 slides SC/B3COC Dance of the Pen Exhibition, MN Museum of Art; 1979; 79DP, 80 slides SC/B4COC Preparing an entry for 1981 Calendar Competition; 1980; 80PC, 50 slides
SC/B5COC The Written Word Remains Exhibition, St. Thomas College, 1980; 80WR, 39 slides SC/B6COC Calligraphy Connection Faculty Show/ Fr. Edward Catich’s Stone Pieces; 1984; 84CE, 37 slides SC/B7COC Winter Whispers Exhibition; 1986; 86WW, 40 slides
SC/B8COC 10th Birthday Celebration, Brady Center, St. Paul Seminary; 1986; 10BD, 37 slides SC/B9COC Barbara Martinson MA Degree Exhibition; 1987; 87BM, 21 slides
SC/B10COC Calligraphy Tools; 1987; 87CT, 8 slides
SC/C NEUGEBAUER/INGMIRE COLLECTION (Notebook C)
SC/C1NI Friedrich Neugebauer Exhibit, Plymouth Congregational Church; 1984; 84NB, 40 slides
SC/C2NI Thomas Ingmire, Do Not Go Gentle, Series 1; 1982; 82NG, 25 slides
SC/C3NI Thomas Ingmire, Brush/Pen, Series 2; 1982; 82BP, 20 slides
SC C4NI Thomas Ingmire, Experiments, Series 3, 1982; 82EX, 28 slides
SC/D BOXED SLIDE SETS
SC/D1BOX Colleagues of Calligraphy Exhibit; Hennepin Government Center; 1988, 105 slides (Includes 50 actual exhibit slides from Members, and 55 slides depicting tools, demonstration items, and a few MMI slides.
SC/D2BOX Colleagues of Calligraphy Exhibit; Hennepin Government Center, 1988, 50 slides (Same as SC/D1BOX, except this one includes only the 50 member slides.)
SC/D3BOX Penultima Calligraphy Conference Exhibition, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; 1999, 46 slides
CLR – CASSETTE LECTURE RECORDINGS
CLR – 1 Ewan Clayton
CLR – 2 Ann Hechle “In the Beginning”
CLR - 3 Michael Gullick
CLR – 4 Servi Textus Conference, 1996 . Four cassettes including Dr. Richard Rouse, Sheila Waters (Peter Waters), Ewan Clayton, and Christopher De Hamel.
CLR – 5 Br. Dietrich Reinhart, John Crosby, Eric Hollas on the formulation of the Saint John’s Bible, 1998.