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Bert Clarke papers, 1871-1993,

Author: Bert Clarke
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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This collection consists of materials generated by and collected during Bert Clarke's career. The collection includes material generated in conjunction with Clarke's specific projects including drafts, early designs, budgets, correspondence, reviews, and proofs. These files also include visual material such as drawings and occasional photographs. The collection also includes material that Bert Clarke collected for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Printers' proofs
Correspondence
Publications
Specimens
Named Person: Bert Clarke; Muriel Clarke; Alistair Cooke; Georgia O'Keeffe; Norman Rockwell; Bruce Rogers; David J Way; Andrew Wyeth
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Bert Clarke
OCLC Number: 806242947
Description: 31 linear feet (32 boxes, 6 prints).

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This collection consists of materials generated by and collected during Bert Clarke's career. The collection includes material generated in conjunction with Clarke's specific projects including drafts, early designs, budgets, correspondence, reviews, and proofs. These files also include visual material such as drawings and occasional photographs. The collection also includes material that Bert Clarke collected for general use in his day-to-day work including printing and typographic samples, ornament samples, font samples, and engravings. A small amount of general correspondence is included, as well as a collection of ephemera from organizations with which Clarke was involved. The majority of the collection is made up of Bert Clarke's personal library and is organized under Series V: Publications. This collection includes samples of Clarke's typographic and design work throughout his career. Strengths of the collection include a full set of The Frick Collection Catalogue, published in 1949; material for the Artists Illustrated Moby Dick; Clarke's work for the David and Peggy Rockefeller Foundation; and ephemera and printed works produced in conjunction with The Grolier Club.

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