Finding Aid for the Eric Gill Archive, 1887-2003 (bulk 1905-1940) MS.Gill

Finding aid prepared by Processed by Jennifer Alcoset.
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
2520 Cimarron Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90018
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©2004


Title: Eric Gill Archive
Identifier/Call Number: MS.Gill
Contributing Institution: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 76.2 Linear feet 114 boxes, 14 flat files, 9 tubes, 8 items
Date (inclusive): 1887-2003 (bulk 1905-1940)
Abstract: This collection of materials accumulated by the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library documents the personal and artistic development and activities of Eric Gill, a twentieth-century English stone-cutter, sculptor, artist, author, typographer/type designer, printer, book illustrator; and champion of social reforms. The collection includes manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, legal and financial documents, scrapbooks, clippings, periodicals, photographs, Gill's books and library, as well as several printing items and a substantial amount of art.
Physical location: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
creator: Gill, Eric, 1882-1940
creator: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Collection on Eric Gill, MS Gill, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Acquisition Information

The Clark's first Director, Lawrence Clark Powell, began collecting Eric Gill's art and manuscripts in the late 1940s and 1950s. He arranged with a London bookseller to act as liaison with the Gill family, which eventually designated the Clark to be the major repository of manuscripts and correspondence. Along with the manuscripts came four hundred volumes from the Gill's library as well as six volumes of scrapbooks and twenty folders of press clippings. The Clark also acquired Gill's own file of magazines and journals with his essays, articles and other contributions. Additional material has since been acquired by the Clark Library, including a related collection of ephemera, insurance documents and publisher's contracts and art items.
In early 2002 the Delmas Foundation provided grant funding to the Clark to arrange its archival collection on Eric Gill. An Assistant Librarian was hired to organize, rehouse and inventory the collection as well as to create an online finding aid in EAD for the Online Archive of California (OAC).

Processing Information

Processed by: Jennifer Alcoset, January 2004

Biography

Son of a non-conformist minister, one of twelve children, Eric Gill was born in Brighton in 1882 and brought up in Chichester, where he attended art school and learned the rudiments of drawing. At the age of eighteen he went to London to work in an architect's office, a prosperous firm specializing in church buildings. Here he acquired more of a draftsman's skills, although not entirely in sympathy with modern building methods, which Gill believed to favor the designer and contractor at the expense of the craftsman.
The Arts and Crafts movement, then in its first flowering, offered an exciting alternative to the "wage slavery" of the office as well as the opportunity to make his living independently. Instead of studying architecture in the evenings, Gill learned the art of carving inscriptions in stone. He attended classes in masonry at the Westminster Technical School and lettering at the Central School of Arts and Crafts, both schools specializing in practical, hands-on instruction in materials and methods. His teacher at the Central School was Edward Johnston, an expert calligrapher and an eloquent proponent of Arts and Crafts techniques. Gill not only shared Johnston's rooms for a few years, but even contributed a chapter to Johnston's Writing & Illuminating & Lettering, still a standard text on penmanship. By 1904 Gill was self-employed, supporting himself and his wife by carving lettering on public buildings for architects as well as tombstones and memorial tablets for private clients.
At this time, Gill's interest in art, religion, and politics were developing in diverse, often contradictory directions. His first experiments in sculpture won the approval of such influential artists and critics as Augustus John, Jacob Epstein, Roger Fry, and William Rothenstein. They admired the primitive vigor of his work and also its technical polish, a combination that prompted flattering comparisons with archaic sculpture on one hand and the newly fashionable Post-Impressionist art on the other. A German patron introduced him to Aristide Maillol, hoping the two artists would work together and learn from one another. During a brief and intense friendship with Jacob Epstein, he collaborated on the monument for Oscar Wilde and joined in wild plans to build a modernist Stonehenge in the Sussex countryside. On a much smaller scale, Gill carved in Hoptonwood stone a Golden Calf, originally intended for a London cabaret but eventually loaned to Roger Fry for the Second Post-Impressionist exhibition, where it was surrounded by paintings of Picasso, Matisse and Cézanne.
Gill never quite renounced his heritage in the Arts and Crafts or the patronage of the London art world, but he adamantly refused to be identified simply as a craftsman or an artist. He constantly sought other labels, other ways to fix a special place for himself in a society that he believed to be oppressive and unjust. He had a disputatious streak, a craving to be heard, a compulsive urge to take sides on the social issues of his day that could be satisfied only by sampling, asserting, and rejecting a profusion of political and religious allegiances. He dabbled in socialism, attended meetings of the Fabian Society, and spoke vociferously against the factory system. But he soon wearied of the discipline and obligations of political action, left London, and joined a community of craftsmen in Ditchling, Sussex. While at Ditchling, he and his wife converted to Catholicism, moved to another part of the village, and founded there a reconstituted religious community linked with the Dominican order. The Guild of SS. Joseph and Dominic operated on Distributist rather than socialist principles, extolling the sanctity of individual labor and advocating a return to private property and a self-sufficient rural economy. Some members of the Guild helped Gill in the studio, others tended livestock and tilled gardens.
Sculpture continued to occupy Gill during the Ditchling period (1907-1924) - perhaps most importantly the Stations of the Cross at Westminster Cathedral and the War Memorial at Leeds University - but at the same time Gill mastered other skills and developed other sources of income. His lettering was in great demand not just for stone inscriptions, but also for painted signs and printing, particularly buildings, title pages, and chapter headings. Characteristically, Gill learned wood engraving to have better control over how his lettering was printed. Once he became proficient with boxwood and graver, he began to experiment with printmaking and book illustration, and in turn tried his hand at the handpress, learning the first principles of typography and composition. The Guild founded its own private press, more to make a political than an artistic statement, yet its rudely printed broadsides and pamphlets are fetchingly illustrated with some of Gill's first engravings.
In 1924 Gill moved his family and studio to a deserted, half-ruined monastery in South Wales, having quit the Ditchling community in a dispute over finances. Although remote, inconvenient, and uncomfortable, the monastery of Capel-y-ffin provided a perfect setting for Gill to build his ideal religious community without unwelcome publicity or intrusions from the outside world. He found a new market for his wood engravings in the Golden Cockerel Press, publisher of far more ambitious books than the Guild, with higher standards of presswork, better design, and a more sophisticated clientele, willing and able to pay handsomely for sumptuously illustrated books. Increasingly intrigued by typography and its possibilities for independent self-expression, Gill not only catered to book collectors and bibliophiles but also to trade printers through the Monotype Corporation, which commissioned from him a series of distinguished typefaces. This lucrative relationship seems to have overcome his aversion for industrial capitalism, even though he was being paid by businessmen to design types for machine composition - and on retainer at that. He also put his business in sculpture on a sound financial footing by having his work regularly exhibited at the Goupil Gallery in London. Assured of steady sales, he undertook one of his largest, most impressive, and highly regarded carvings, Mankind, now at the Tate Gallery. Some critics consider it a companion piece to the earlier Mulier at UCLA, which is equally monumental if not a bit portentous and cold.
As his fame and business grew, so did the demands on his facilities, time, and energy. Gill brought his family closer to London in 1928, settling at Pigotts, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, in a commodious red-brick farmhouse with outbuildings providing ample space for studios, cottages, and a chapel. This too was intended to be a community of craftsmen, though now defined more as employees and family members than as adherents of a religious or political doctrine. Nevertheless Gill still attracted pupils, disciples, and pilgrims, who came to learn from the master craftsman, to share in his sense of high purposefulness, and to observe how he and his associates managed to live and work together apart from modern society.
In 1929 Gill reached the highpoint of his career: several major monographs appeared on his sculpture; a complete collection of his engravings was published in a lavishly printed limited edition; and a selection of his polemical essays was printed at his own press inaugurating a typeface of his own design. Within a year he suffered a breakdown from overwork. Although he never fully recovered, he remained formidably busy during the rest of his life. He designed and built a church, noteworthy for its stark interior and the central placement of its altar, a practical and symbolic expression of his views on liturgy. He carved massive public sculptures for the headquarters of BBC and of the London Underground. The British government selected him to carve huge panels for the League of Nations building in Geneva. Along with these prestigious commissions came more honors: he was elected an Honorary Associate of the Institute of British Architects, and Associate of the Royal Academy, and one of the first Royal Designers for Industry. Despite failing health, he wrote his Autobiography during 1940 and kept hard at work to the very end. While awaiting a minor operation, he corrected proofs of the Autobiography, sketched out some book illustrations, started a translation of the Psalms, kept up his accounts, and wrote the last entries in his voluminous diaries. Unexpectedly the surgery failed, and he died on November 17, 1940 at the age of fifty-eight.
When he died in 1940, he left behind more than a thousand engravings; at least one hundred and fifty books with his illustrations; eleven different printing types; and countless sculptures and inscriptions on city buildings, Catholic churches, and public squares throughout England. He harbored passionate convictions on religion, politics, and art, which he expressed in more than two hundred articles and more than fifty books. In his own day he was probably best known for his sculpture, his Stations of the Cross at Westminster Cathedral, his controversial War Memorial at Leeds University, and the monumental relief panels commissioned by the British government for the League of Nations building in Geneva. Trained by the distinguished calligrapher Edward Johnston, Gill developed an extraordinary skill in lettering. His vigorous sans-serif lettering is still used for tabular matter, signage, and advertising, and his elegant Perpetua has long been a favorite display face for fine printing.
Gill's fame nowadays rests on fine printing. The private press movement of his day opened a natural market for his many skills, not just lettering, but also book illustration and book design. His Four Gospels published by the Golden Cockerel Press in 1931 is considered a modern masterpiece, joining his wood-engraved illustrations, his decorative lettering, and a specially designed typeface in an uncanny union of image and text. A bitter foe of mass production and industrialized society, Gill eagerly embraced the ideals of hand craftsmanship propounded by John Ruskin and practiced by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press. Gill collaborated with the Golden Cockerel Press on several important books and also founded his own printing business, intended to be an outright commercial venture. Although not exactly a private press, the firm of Hague & Gill resembles the modern equivalent in that it bore its owner's highly individual stamp in matters of editorial policy, manufacturing, and design. Gill retained complete artistic control over publications such as his Twenty-Five typefaces. The UCLA Library has published an annotated checklist of Hague & Gill imprints, based on the Clark holdings and business records.

Scope and Content

This collection of material accumulated by the Clark Library documents the personal and artistic development and activities of Eric Gill, a twentieth-century English stone-cutter, sculptor, artist, author, typographer/type designer, printer, book illustrator; and champion of social reforms. The collection includes manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, legal and financial documents, scrapbooks, clippings, periodicals, photographs, Gill's books and library, as well as several original printing items and a substantial amount of art.
The collection is organized in nine series:
Series 1. Personal papers, 1895-1982 inclusive and undated, 3.6 linear feet
Series 2. Professional papers, 1905-1945 inclusive and undated, 16.65 linear feet
Series 3. Correspondence, 1913-1940 inclusive and undated, 12 linear feet
Series 4. Photographs 1908-1969 inclusive and undated, 6 linear feet
Series 5. Gill's books and library
Series 6. Legal and financial documents, 1900-1984 inclusive and undated, 4.66 linear feet
Series 7. Printed material, 1909-2003 inclusive and undated, 16.29 linear feet
Series 8. Topical material, 1893-1967 inclusive and undated, 1.5 linear feet
Series 9. Addenda (2008): Correspondence with David Hennessy and Dorothy Day, with related materials, 1935-1953 inclusive and undated, .5 linear feet.

Related Materials

The Clark Library's collection of art work by Eric Gill is cataloged in a separate guide that is accessible online through the Online Archive of California:

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Artists--England--20th century
Catholic converts--England--20th century
Letters--England--20th century

 

Personal papers Series 1. 1898-1982

Scope and Contents note

This series is arranged into two subseries; Diaries and Biographical and interview items.
 

Diaries, Subseries 1. 1895-1952

Physical Description: 1.8 Linear feet

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of Gill's manuscript diaries, which he began in 1895 and continued to add entries into until just before his death in 1940. The detailed volumes contain information useful for attributing Eric Gill's work and dating it. Also included are manuscripts and galley proofs of Gill's Palestine diaries. The subseries is arranged chronologically.
Box 1

1895-1912

Scope and Contents note

Lacks 1896, 1897, 1901 and 1909.
Box 2

1913-1927

Box 3

1927-1940

General note

Includes unpublished manuscript diary May 10-July 15 1937, "Journey to Palestine," together with an unpublished 1949 edition with variant title page "from the Palestine Diary of Eric Gill" bound with excerpts from the 1951 and 1952 editions.
Box 4

Palestine Diary collection, 1949-1952

Scope and Contents note

Collection consists of the complete galley proof of the 1949 edition printed by Hague and Gill and published by the Harvill Press, a loose galley proof leaf of the title page from the 1951 edition printed and published by Hague Gill and Davey, Ltd. and two loose half sheets from the 1952 edition printed and published by Hague Gill and Davey, Ltd.

General note

Gift of James Davis, 2001.
 

Biographical and interview items, Subseries 2. 1910-1982 and undated

Physical Description: 1.8 Linear feet

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of biographical material about Eric Gill, including Gill's own autobiographical items, interview typescripts with others regarding Gill, and articles on Gill. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 5, Folder 1

Articles on Eric Gill, 1982

Folder 5, Folder 2

Interview with David Jones, April 9, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of interview with David Jones, "Recollections of Eric Gill".
Folder 5, Folder 3

Interview with unidentified person, May 4, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of interview with unidentified person regarding Eric Gill.
Folder 5, Folder 4

Interview with Father Pepler, May 18, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of interview with Father Pepler regarding Eric Gill.
Folder 5, Folder 5

Interview with Joan and Rene Hague, May 18, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of interview with Joan and Rene Hague regarding Eric Gill.
Folder 5, Folder 6

Interview with David Jones II and Donald Attwater, May 20, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of interview with David Jones II and Donald Attwater regarding Eric Gill. First page is missing.
Folder 5, Folder 7

Interview - Eric Gill Programme, July 11, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Transcript of a program on Eric Gill. Interviewees include Brenton, Richey, Joseph Cribb, David Kindersley, Rene Hague, Joan Gill, Petra Gill, Father D'Arcy, Beatrice Warde, Father Francis Meynell, G.T. Friend, David Jones, Stanley Morrison and Denis Tegetmeier.
Folder 5, Folder 8

Interview with Cecil and Vernon Gill, April 20, 1967

Scope and Contents note

Three typescripts of interview conducted by David Kindersley at Clark Library, April 20, 1967.

General note

Final revised version includes index of major subjects and persons mentioned.
Box 6

Bound collection of various manuscript items, 1910-1914

Scope and Contents note

Contains articles and letters Eric Gill sent to Highway (1910-11), two pieces "He and He" and "She and She" written by Gill dealing with his sexual experiences, "He and She" written by Gill dealing with he and his wife's own sex life, an account written by Mary Gill of her sexual experiences, various articles, notes and letters written by Gill and four small drawings by Gill.

General note

Source = G.F. Sims, 1964.
Box 6

Life of Eric Gill, The, undated

Scope and Contents note

Robert Speaight's original unbound manuscript of the biography of Gill, heavily corrected and revised, with many sections which were deleted from the typescript.

General note

Source = G.F. Sims, 1965
Folder 7, Folder 1-2

Autopsychography, v.1 and v.2, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Volume 1 of 2 of Gill's bound manuscript of his Auto-psychography, defined by Gill as "an auto-pyschographical portrait". Inserted are seven loose synopsis sheets annotated by Gill.
Folder 7, Folder 3

Autopsychography, undated

Scope and Contents note

Gill's typescript copy with manuscript annotations throughout. Included are typescript lists of addenda and typescript and manuscript lists of possible illustrations to be used.
Box 8

Autobiography - corrected proof and typescript, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes Gill's manuscript synopsis for "Autopsychography", bound "Autobiography" volume 1 and II duplicate proofs for retention printed by the Alden Press with Gill's manuscript corrections and additions, photographic reproductions of Gill art and photographs to be used, loose typescript of Autobiography with Gill's corrections and additions. Housed in one clamshell box.

General note

Typescript shows change of title from "Autopsychography" to "Autobiography".
 

Professional papers, Series 2. 1905-1945 and undated

General Physical Description note: 16.65 linear feet (31 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

This series is arranged into three subseries; Manuscripts, Unpublished manuscripts and Lectures.
 

Manuscripts, Subseries 1. 1916-1945

General Physical Description note: 13.5 linear feet (25 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of manuscript material regarding Gill's published works: books, etc., written by Eric Gill; books, etc., to which Gill was a contributing author; books, etc., illustrated by Gill; books, etc., containing criticism of or reference to Gill's work; and miscellanea. Included are manuscript notes, essay and lecture drafts, page and galley proofs, original art, personal letters, typescripts, fan mail, clippings, press reviews and Gill's letters to editors in response to reviews of his work. Also included are typescript bibliographies of Gill's publications.
The Clark's original subseries arrangement by Evan Gill's Bibliography numbers was not retained, but rearranged alphabetically by title, followed by Evan Gill's Bibliography number in parenthesis "(ERG)". Titles followed by square bracketed numbers indicate items that were added to Evan Gill's revised Bibliography. Bibliographical items and Gill's reviews of other's books are also included in the subseries and follow at the end of the Evan Gill Bibliography list. These items are arranged chronologically.
The Clark's original title for this subseries was "Writings." See Topical Series for printed/published versions of these manuscript works.
Folder 9, Folder 1

Abolish art and teach drawing (ERG 250)

Folder 9, Folder 2

All that England stands for (ERG 44)

Folder 9, Folder 3

And who wants peace? (ERG 36)

Folder 9, Folder 4

Animetur gentilis [650a]

Folder 9, Folder 5

Architect, The (ERG 64)

Folder 9, Folder 5

Architect, The (ERG 64)

Folder 9, Folder 6

Architects and builders (ERG 168)

Folder 9, Folder 7

Architecture and industrialism (ERG 136)

Folder 9, Folder 8

Architecture and sculpture (ERG 12)

Folder 9, Folder 9

Architecture and sculpture (ERG 171)

Folder 9, Folder 10

Architecture and sculpture (ERG 510)

Folder 9, Folder 11

Art (ERG 249)

Folder 9, Folder 12-15

Art and a changing civilisation (ERG 29)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 31.
Box 10

Art and love (ERG 90)

Folder 10, Folder 1

Art and books (ERG 146)

Folder 10, Folder 2

Art and business (ERG 242)

Folder 10, Folder 4-5

Art and manufacture (ERG 19)

Folder 10, Folder 6-7

Art and propaganda (ERG 167)

Folder 10, Folder 8

Art and property (ERG 188)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 31.
Folder 10, Folder 9

Art and prudence (ERG 15)

Folder 10, Folder 11

Art and religion (ERG 78)

Folder 10, Folder 12

Art and the people (ERG 137)

Folder 10, Folder 13

Art appreciation (ERG 93)

Folder 10, Folder 14

Art in England now (ERG 211)

Folder 11, Folder 1

Art in relation to industrialism (ERG 181)

Folder 11, Folder 2

Art of Mr. Eric Gill, The (ERG 445)

Folder 11, Folder 3

Art: The truth will out (ERG 168a)

Folder 11, Folder 4-5

Artists' international exhibit (ERG 170a)

Folder 11, Folder 6-7

Art-nonsense and other essays (ERG 18)

Folder 11, Folder 8

Autobiography (ERG 204)

Folder 11, Folder 9

Autobiography (ERG 49)

Folder 11, Folder 10

Balancing the books (ERG 193)

Folder 11, Folder 11

Beauty (ERG 223)

Folder 11, Folder 12

Beauty (in art) does not look after herself (ERG 523a)

Folder 11, Folder 13

Beauty and the Indian workman (ERG 135)

Folder 11, Folder 14

Beauty does not look after herself (ERG 157)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 31.
Folder 11, Folder 15-17

Beauty looks after herself (ERG 24)

Folder 12, Folder 1

Book design this year (ERG 513d)

Folder 12, Folder 2-3

British art in industry (ERG 164)

Folder 12, Folder 4

Canticum canticorum (ERG 284)

Folder 12, Folder 5

Christ and the workers (ERG 219)

Folder 12, Folder 6-7

Christianity and the machine age (ERG 46)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 31.
Folder 12, Folder 8

Church and art, The (ERG 102)

Folder 12, Folder 9

Church and state (ERG 66)

Folder 12, Folder 10-12

Church of St. Peter the Apostle at Gorleston-on-the-Sea, Norfolk, England (ERG 231)

Folder 12, Folder 13

City of Birmingham College of Arts and Crafts [657a]

Folder 13, Folder 1-5

Clothes (ERG 22)

Folder 13, Folder 6

Clothing without cloth (ERG 20)

Folder 14, Folder 1-8

Collection of material relating to Gill's pacifist activities and chairmanship of Pax (ERG 224a)

Folder 15, Folder 1

Communism and man (ERG 220)

Folder 15, Folder 2

Condition of India (ERG 351a), 1934

Scope and Contents note

Cover design by Gill for "Condition of India: Being the report of the delegation sent to India by The India League, in 1932". London, published by Essential News.

General note

The text itself is Gill Sans.
Folder 15, Folder 3

Control of machinery (ERG 97)

Folder 15, Folder 4

Copy sheets (ERG 311)

Scope and Contents note

Contains Edward Johnston's "Copy No.1. After Winchester formal writing about 975 A.D." published by Douglas Pepler, 1916. Broadside; has wood-block by Eric Gill.

General note

Source = E. Mathews, 1956.
Folder 15, Folder 5

Cotswold art and craftsmanship (ERG 189)

Folder 15, Folder 6

Craftsmanship (ERG 212)

Folder 15, Folder 7

Criterion in art, The (ERG 116)

Folder 15, Folder 8

David Jones (ERG 130)

Folder 15, Folder 9

David Jones (ERG 117b)

Folder 15, Folder 10

Design of a book [ERG 511b]

Folder 15, Folder 11

Distributism and production (ERG 107)

Folder 15, Folder 12

Drawings from life (ERG 48)

Folder 15, Folder 13

Eating your cake (ERG 200)

Folder 15, Folder 14

Education for what? (ERG 244)

Folder 15, Folder 15

English art (ERG 199)

Folder 15, Folder 16

English attitude towards art (ERG 501)

Folder 15, Folder 17

Engravings 1928-1933 by Eric Gill (ERG 27)

Folder 15, Folder 18

Enormities of modern religious art, The (ERG 111)

Folder 16, Folder 1

Eric Gill (ERG 435)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 32.
Folder 16, Folder 2

Eric Gill; Memorial Number (ERG 563)

Folder 16, Folder 3-4

Eric Gill: Obituary notices (ERG 555)

Folder 16, Folder 5

Eric Gill: T.O.S.D. (ERG 573)

Folder 16, Folder 6

Eric Gill: Workman (ERG 599)

Folder 16, Folder 7

European Mediterranean Academy (ERG 351)

Folder 16, Folder 8

Evolution of peace (ERG 237)

Folder 16, Folder 9

Eyeless in Gaza (ERG 190)

Folder 16, Folder 10-11

Failure of the Arts and Crafts Movement, The (ERG 61)

Folder 16, Folder 12

Fifteen poems (ERG 396)

Folder 16, Folder 13

First step to peace: Stop false thinking, The (ERG 241)

Folder 16, Folder 14

Five hundred years of printing (ERG 256)

Folder 16, Folder 15

Fools and beasts (ERG 222)

Folder 16, Folder 16

Function of news type, The (ERG 179)

Folder 16, Folder 17

Functionalism (ERG 205)

Folder 17, Folder 1

Future of sculpture, The (ERG 16)

Folder 17, Folder 2

Future of sculpture, The (ERG 113)

Folder 17, Folder 3-6

Game, The (ERG 69)

Folder 17, Folder 7

Gill and Epstein (ERG 497)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 32.
Folder 17, Folder 8-10

Glue and lacquer (ERG 301)

Folder 17, Folder 11

Golden Cockerel Press, The (ERG 331)

Folder 17, Folder 12

Grossherzog Wilhelm Ernst edition of the German classics

Folder 17, Folder 13

Human person and society, The (ERG 43)

Folder 18, Folder 1

Id quod (ERG 11)

Folder 18, Folder 2-3

In a strange land (ERG 51)

Folder 18, Folder 4

Indian sculpture (ERG 83)

Folder 18, Folder 5

Industrial art (ERG 139)

Folder 18, Folder 6

Initial letters, etc. engraved by Eric Gill (ERG 335), 1929

Scope and Contents note

Gill's proof copy with manuscript corrections, three proof trial pages and two different versions of the back wrapper colophon loosely inserted.

General note

G.F. Sims, 1962. EG 1510.
Folder 18, Folder 7

Inscriptions in stone (ERG 57)

Folder 18, Folder 8

Is there a papal social programme? (ERG 214)

Folder 18, Folder 9

It all goes together [an essay] (ERG 198)

Folder 18, Folder 10

It all goes together [selected essays] (ERG 52)

Folder 19, Folder 1

Joanna type [643a]

Folder 19, Folder 2

John Ruskin (ERG 152)

Folder 19, Folder 3

Last essays (ERG 50)

Folder 19, Folder 4

Leda (ERG 282)

Folder 19, Folder 5-6

Leeds University war memorial (ERG 407)

Folder 19, Folder 7

Leisure state, The (ERG 239)

Folder 19, Folder 8

Letters of Eric Gill (ERG 54)

Folder 19, Folder 9

Lord's song, The (ERG 26)

Folder 19, Folder 10

Machine problem, The (ERG 203)

Folder 19, Folder 11

Machine-made Manchester (ERG 150)

Folder 19, Folder 12

Machines - Destroyers of beauty (ERG 150a)

Folder 19, Folder 13

Man and the machine (ERG 176)

Folder 19, Folder 14

Man and the modern world (ERG 183a)

Folder 19, Folder 15

Man without aesthetics (ERG 156a)

Folder 19, Folder 16

Masses for masses (ERG 218)

Folder 19, Folder 17

Masters and servants (ERG 65)

Folder 19, Folder 18

Mediaevel sculptor, The (ERG 177)

Folder 19, Folder 19

Modelling and carving (ERG 145)

Folder 19, Folder 20

Modern memorial to overseas heroes (ERG 401)

Folder 20, Folder 1

Monetary reform (ERG 206a)

Folder 20, Folder 2-7

Money and morals (ERG 28)

Folder 20, Folder 8-9

Morals and money (ERG 155)

Folder 21, Folder 1

Mr. Eric Gill. Art Exhibits (ERG 424a)

Folder 21, Folder 2-3

Mr. Eric Gill in Ireland (ERG 538)

Folder 21, Folder 4

Nativity in modern printing [511d]

Folder 21, Folder 9

Necessity of belief, The [review] (ERG 172)

Folder 21, Folder 10

New testament in new dress, The (ERG 162)

Folder 21, Folder 11

Nineteenth century ornamented types and title pages (ERG 225a)

Folder 21, Folder 12

Old poverty (ERG 236)

Folder 21, Folder 13

On clothes and man naked (ERG 165)

Folder 21, Folder 14

On my bed at night (ERG 320), undated

Scope and Contents note

Wood engraving created by Eric Gill for one of the illustrations in "The Song of Songs", Golden Cockerel Press, 1925.

General note

Source = Gift of F. Brooke Whiting, 1966. Cleverdon #40 (p.41) illustration #73.
Folder 21, Folder 15

On the flying Scotsman (ERG 141)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 32.
Folder 21-22, Folder 5-8

Necessity of belief, The [book] (ERG 32)

General note

Folder 5-8 of Box 21 and entire Box 22.
Folder 23, Folder 1

Order (ERG 118)

Folder 23, Folder 2

Ownership and industrialism (ERG 207)

Folder 23, Folder 3

Ownership and the means of production (ERG 252)

Folder 23, Folder 4

Pacifism, revolution and community [6576]

Folder 23, Folder 5

Paintings and criticism (ERG 126)

Folder 23, Folder 6

Palestine Archaeological Museum, Jerusalem (ERG 512)

Folder 23, Folder 7

Partnership and state ownership (ERG 189a)

Folder 23, Folder 8

Patron and artist (ERG 195)

Folder 23, Folder 9

Pax [speech] (ERG 197)

Folder 23, Folder 10

Pax [essay] (ERG 224)

Folder 23, Folder 11

Peace and poverty (ERG 235)

Folder 23, Folder 12-14

Peace palace of the League of Nations at Geneva (ERG 507)

Folder 24, Folder 1

Philosophy of art, The (ERG 85)

Folder 24, Folder 2

Philosophy of work, A (ERG 221)

Folder 24, Folder 3

Plain architecture (ERG 138)

Folder 24, Folder 4

Plain chant and the plain man (ERG 175)

Folder 24, Folder 5-6

Politics of industrialism, The (ERG 153)

Folder 24, Folder 7

Postage stamp, The (ERG 243)

Folder 24, Folder 8

Potboilers (ERG 75)

Folder 24, Folder 9

Preface to an unwritten book, A (ERG 63)

Folder 24, Folder 10

Problem of parish church architecture, The (ERG 95)

Folder 24, Folder 11-12

Procreant hymn (ERG 277)

Folder 24, Folder 13

Property (ERG 248)

Folder 24, Folder 14

Property and Catholic morals (ERG 194)

Folder 24, Folder 15

Prospero or Abraham? (ERG 196)

Folder 24, Folder 16

Quia amore langueo (ERG 296)

Folder 24, Folder 17

Read, Herbert. The philosophy of anarchism [658a]

Folder 24, Folder 18

Religion is politics (ERG 228)

Folder 24, Folder 19

Repository art (ERG 114)

Folder 24, Folder 20

Revival of handicraft, The (ERG 88)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 32.
Folder 24, Folder 21

Right lettering (ERG 121)

Folder 24, Folder 22

Right-mindedness of modern art, The (ERG 123)

Folder 25, Folder 1

Royal Design Institute [527a]

Folder 25, Folder 2

Royal porch and Chartres, The (ERG 156)

Folder 25, Folder 3

Royal Society Mond Laboratory, Cambridge (ERG 651)

Folder 25, Folder 4

Sacred and secular (ERG 45)

Folder 25, Folder 5-6

Sacred and secular in art and industry (ERG 41)

Folder 25, Folder 7

Sculpture [book] (ERG 70)

Folder 25, Folder 8

Sculpture [article] (ERG 173)

Folder 25, Folder 9

Sculpture ['Encyclopaedia Brit.'] (ERG 213)

Folder 25, Folder 10

Sculpture and the living model (ERG 23)

Folder 25, Folder 11

Sculpture on machine-made buildings (ERG 34)

Folder 25, Folder 12

Sculpture on machine-made buildings (ERG 184)

Folder 26, Folder 1

Secular and sacred in modern industry (ERG 230)

Folder 26, Folder 2

Serving at mass (ERG 1)

Folder 26, Folder 3

Seven deadly virtues, The (ERG 151)

Folder 26, Folder 4

Shakespeare luncheon [652a]

Folder 26, Folder 5

Ship painter's handbook, The (ERG 68)

Folder 26, Folder 6

Short history of English sculpture (ERG 490)

Folder 26, Folder 7

Sign and a symbol, A (ERG 144)

Folder 26, Folder 8

Slavery and freedom and Loquela and Mirabilis (ERG 2)

Folder 26, Folder 9

Social climbers in Bloomsbury (ERG 549a)

Folder 26, Folder 10

Social principles and directions (ERG 42)

Folder 26, Folder 11-12

Socialism and the arts and crafts (ERG 59)

Folder 26, Folder 13

Society and the arts and crafts (ERG 58)

Folder 26, Folder 14

Society of calligraphers (ERG 60)

Folder 26, Folder 15

Song of songs (ERG 275)

Folder 26, Folder 16

Songs without clothes (ERG 8)

Folder 27, Folder 1

St. Teresa of Lisieux (ERG 225)

Folder 27, Folder 2

Stations of the cross, The (ERG 71)

Folder 27, Folder 3

Stations of the cross, The (ERG 209)

Folder 27, Folder 4

Stonecarving (ERG 120)

Folder 27, Folder 5

Style in sculpture (ERG 125)

Folder 27, Folder 6

Sun of justice, The (ERG 229)

Folder 27, Folder 7

Superfluous architect, The (ERG 99)

Folder 27, Folder 8

T.J. Cobden-Sanderson (ERG 81)

Folder 27, Folder 9

Technique of early Greek sculpture, The (ERG 147)

Folder 27, Folder 10

Three book types (ERG 30)

Folder 27, Folder 11

'Times' coat of arms, The (ERG 140)

Folder 27, Folder 12

Tradition and modernism in politics (ERG 208)

Folder 27, Folder 13

Travels and suffering of Father Jean Brebeuf, The (ERG 297)

Folder 27, Folder 14

Trousers (ERG 35)

Folder 27, Folder 15

Twenty-five nudes (ERG 38)

Folder 27, Folder 16

Two worlds (ERG 246)

Folder 28, Folder 1-7

Typography (ERG 21)

Folder 28, Folder 8-10

Unemployment (ERG 25)

Folder 28, Folder 11

Unholy trinity (ERG 37)

Folder 28, Folder 12

Utopia (ERG 303)

Folder 29, Folder 1

Value of the creative faculty in man, The (ERG 174)

Folder 29, Folder 2

Verzeichnis der Druckeder Cranach-Presse in Weimar Gegrundet (ERG 453)

Folder 29, Folder 3

W.E. Campbell's Utopia: His social teaching (ERG 134a)

Folder 29, Folder 4

War and economics (ERG 230a)

Folder 29, Folder 5

War and peace (ERG 202)

Folder 29, Folder 6

War is not romance (ERG 251)

Folder 29, Folder 7

War memorial (ERG 9)

Folder 29, Folder 8

War, conscience and the rule of Christ (ERG 238)

Folder 29, Folder 9

Westminster Cathedral (ERG 76)

Folder 29, Folder 10

What is man? (ERG 591a)

Folder 29, Folder 11

What is sculpture? (ERG 154)

Folder 29, Folder 12

What should art mean? (ERG 119)

Folder 29, Folder 13-14

What's it all bloomin' well for? (ERG 92)

Folder 29, Folder 15

What's the use of art anyway? (ERG 210)

Folder 29, Folder 16

When body holds its noise (ERG 178)

Folder 29, Folder 17

Who is a typographical artist, Mr. Gill? [511a]

Folder 29, Folder 18

Wood-engraving (ERG 77)

Folder 30, Folder 1

Work (ERG 247)

Folder 30, Folder 2

Work and culture (ERG 217)

Folder 30, Folder 3

Work and leisure (ERG 185)

Folder 30, Folder 4-6

Work and leisure (ERG 31)

General note

An additional item can be found in Box 32.
Folder 30, Folder 7-10

Work and property (ERG 33)

Folder 30, Folder 11

Work and war (ERG 233)

Folder 30, Folder 12

World at large, The (ERG 498)

Box 31-32

Manuscripts separated due to weight

Folder 33, Folder 1

Writings published and unpublished, 1900-1930

Scope and Contents note

Gill's manuscript record of his writings from December 1900-April 1930.

General note

Volume 1 from "Collection of three volumes of Gill's own manuscript record of his writings." Volumes 2 and 3 are included in Series 2, Professional papers: Volume 2 in Manuscripts subseries and volume 3 in Lectures subseries. Source = GF Sims, 1966.
Folder 33, Folder 2

Gill's reviews other's books, 1914-1935 and undated

Folder 33, Folder 3

Eric Gill writings, 1930-1933

Scope and Contents note

Gill's manuscript record of his writings from May 1930-April 1933.

General note

Volume 2 from "Collection of three volumes of Gill's own manuscript record of his writings." Volumes 1 and 3 are included in Series 2, Professional papers: Volume 1 in Manuscripts subseries and volume 3 in Lectures subseries. Source = GF Sims, 1966.
Folder 33, Folder 4

List of writings, 1933-1939

Scope and Contents note

Gill's manuscript book listing his writings from May 1933 to May 1939. Includes several inserted loose leaves listing Gill's lectures from 1933-1935. Gill comments at the end of the book "see 'Roland' (Dummy book) for continuation" with his initials and "5-2-'40".

General note

Manuscript book includes G.? Gill's manuscript notes of 1843 regarding "Rostan's order in the examination of patients". Gift of Evan Gill, July 1968.
Folder 33, Folder 5

Bibliographical notes, undated

Scope and Contents note

Notebook of typescript lists and notes with Gill's and others manuscript annotations regarding his essays, lectures, articles, book reviews, illustrations and letters to various newspapers and journals, etc. Lists include publication information. Notebook also contains Gill's notes on books to be examined, queries, identification wanted, list of works by others which often concern or make reference to Gill and his work and a chronological list of notices of Gill exhibitions.

General note

Source = Oak Knoll, 1982.
Folder 33, Folder 6

Bibliographies of Gill's publications, undated

Scope and Contents note

Collection of loose typescripts of bibliographies of Gill's publications.
 

Unpublished manuscripts, Subseries 2. 1909-1940 and undated

General Physical Description note: 2.25 linear feet (4 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of manuscript and typescript notes and article typescripts regarding Eric Gill's unpublished works. The subseries is arranged chronologically.
The Clark's original title for this subseries was "Unlisted writings".
Box 34

1909-1933

General note

Includes a 1933 document Gill wrote explaining the genesis and characteristics of Joanna type.
Box 35

1934-1939

General note

Includes a collection of 1935 material regarding Gill's projected book, Arabian Nights, including the opening page of text with a drawing by Gill and sketches of the same; together with estimates, trial setting, etc.
Box 36

1939-1940 and undated

Box 37

Manuscript book, 1928

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript book in Gill's hand with original drawings. Consists of a manuscript of his essay "2d plain 1d coloured," a heavily corrected manuscript with deleted passages of his "Preface to 'engravings,'" an unpublished and unplishable manuscript draft of a short erotic novel illustrated with two drawings and an erotic drawing with a manuscript note, "A stone statue of human fig. being weak at the ankles requires extra support...".

General note

Source = G.F. Sims, 1961. Detached front cover.
 

Lectures, Subseries 3. 1905-1939 and undated

General Physical Description note: .9 linear feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of manuscript and typescript notes, lecture contracts, requests, announcements, press clippings and slide lists. The subseries is arranged chronologically.
Box 38

1905-1935

Box 39

1936-1939 and undated

Box 39

Lectures, essays and books, 1939-1940

Scope and Contents note

Gill's own bound manuscript record of his lectures, essays and books written from May 1939-October 1940 with two additional entries of works published in December 1940 after his death.

General note

Volume 3 from "Collection of three volumes of Gill's own manuscript record of his writings." Volumes 1 and 2 are included in Series 2, Professional papers, Manuscripts subseries. Source = GF Sims, 1966.
 

Correspondence, Series 3. 1913-1940

General Physical Description note: 12 linear feet (24 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

This series consists primarily of personal and professional correspondence between Eric Gill and publishers, patrons, family members, friends and influential members of the London art world. The series includes Gill's letters to the editors of various newspapers and periodicals with his drafts, press clippings of the published letters, press clippings of responses, and related correspondence. These files are arranged alphabetically under the publication's name. A substantial portion of the correspondence series also consists of condolence letters and telegrams sent to Mrs. Mary Gill after Eric Gill's death in November, 1940. Also included are nine manuscript shorthand notebooks in Gill's secretary's hand of letters dictated by Gill from 1936-1939, a Gill letterbook, a bound collection of Gill's rough drafts of letters written July-November, 1940 and Gill's Letters from Jerusalem. These items are arranged alphabetically by title at the end of the correspondence.
Correspondence received by Eric and/or Mary Gill is filed alphabetically under the correspondent's name; correspondence sent by either of the Gills is filed alphabetically under the recipient's name. Items within each file are organized chronologically. The alphabetical arrangement imposed by the Clark was retained during processing. Some reorganization was implemented, however: correspondence previously separated into groups of uncataloged and cataloged material was interfiled to facilitate easier subject access. Similarly, correspondence previously divided by incoming letters to the Gills (alphabetically arranged by correspondent, then date) and incoming/outgoing letters to the Gill's (arranged chronologically) was interfiled alphabetically as one unit.
Correspondence pertaining to a specific manuscript work is filed under that work in Series 2. Professional papers, subseries A. Manuscripts.
Folder 83, Folder 1

Adock, Ethel K.

Folder 83, Folder 2

Agius?, Suzanne V.

Folder 83, Folder 3

Allen-Barbour, Arthur

Folder 83, Folder 4

Anand, Mulk Raj

Folder 83, Folder 4

Bone, M.

Folder 83, Folder 5

Anderson, ?

Folder 83, Folder 6

Anderson, Stanley

Folder 83, Folder 7

Anson, Peter Frederick

Folder 83, Folder 8

Archbishop of Westminster, Arthur

Folder 83, Folder 9

Architect and Building News

Folder 83, Folder 10

Architects' Journal

Folder 83, Folder 11

Architectural Association of Ireland

Folder 83, Folder 12

Architectural Design and Instruction

Folder 83, Folder 13

Armstrong?, Bernard

Folder 83, Folder 14

Artists International Association (aia)

Folder 83, Folder 15

Ashford, Faith

Folder 83, Folder 16

Ashwin, Clara?

Folder 83, Folder 17

Association for Moral and Social Hygiene

Folder 83, Folder 18

Attwater, Donald

Folder 83, Folder 19

Austin, Father

Folder 83, Folder 20

Auton, J.

Folder 83, Folder 21

Baenes, May

Folder 83, Folder 22

Baily, Theodore

Folder 83, Folder 23

Barclay and Company

Folder 83, Folder 24

Barker, Austin

Folder 83, Folder 25

Barlow, Nora

Folder 83, Folder 26

Barrett, W.G. (William Garland)

Folder 83, Folder 27

Beckett, A.? W.

Folder 83, Folder 28

Beddy, Victoria

Folder 83, Folder 29

Belloc, Hilaire

Folder 83, Folder 30

Bennett, Alan Cole

Folder 83, Folder 31

Bergen, Henry

Folder 83, Folder 32

Berry, Lillie

Folder 83, Folder 33

Beyer, Ralph

Folder 83, Folder 34

Birchenough, Edwyn

Folder 83, Folder 35

Bishop, Richard

Folder 83, Folder 36

Blackfriars

Folder 83, Folder 37

Blakeman, Charles

Folder 83, Folder 38

Bless, M.

Folder 83, Folder 39

Bloomfield, Reginald

Folder 83, Folder 40

Bloye, William

Folder 83, Folder 41

Blundell's School, Devon

Folder 83, Folder 42

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen

Folder 84, Folder 1

Bodley Head, Limited

Folder 84, Folder 1-5

Catholic Herald 1934-1941

Folder 84, Folder 2

Bond, William Herbert

Folder 84, Folder 3

Bone, Gertrude

Folder 84, Folder 5

Borough of Hove, Public Library and Museum

Folder 84, Folder 6

Boulter, Benjamin Consitt

Folder 84, Folder 6

Catholic Libraries for H.M. Forces

Folder 84, Folder 7

Bouvet, ?

Folder 84, Folder 8

Bradshaw, Christine

Folder 84, Folder 9

Bristol Times and Mirror

Folder 84, Folder 10

British General Insurance Company, Limited

Folder 84, Folder 11

British Institute of Adult Education

Folder 84, Folder 12

Bromley, John

Folder 84, Folder 13

Buckley, Eoghan D.

Folder 84, Folder 14

Bucks County Council, Highways and Bridges Department

Folder 84, Folder 15

Bucks Free Press

Folder 84, Folder 16

Builder

Folder 84, Folder 17

Burleigh, C.H.A.

Folder 84, Folder 18

Burlington Magazine

Folder 84, Folder 19

Burt, Eva F.

Folder 84, Folder 20

Butler, C.K.

Folder 84, Folder 21

Butler, Father (E. Cuthbert)

Folder 84, Folder 22

Butler, Rita Babin

Folder 84, Folder 23

Cabaret Theatre Club

Folder 84, Folder 24-25

Cape, Jonathan, Limited

Folder 84, Folder 26

Card, Maurice

Folder 84, Folder 27

Carey, Arthur Graham

Folder 84, Folder 28

Carter, Alan B.

Folder 84, Folder 29

Carter, George Christopher

Folder 84, Folder 30

Caslon, H.W., and Company, Limited

Folder 85, Folder 7

Catholic Times

Folder 85, Folder 8

Catholic Worker

Folder 85, Folder 9

Caxton Magazine

Folder 85, Folder 10

Caxton Press

Folder 85, Folder 11

Charles, Dudley, Bishop of Northampton

Folder 85, Folder 12

Chenil Gallery

Folder 85, Folder 13

Chesterton, G.K.

Folder 85, Folder 14

Chippendale, Kathleen

Folder 85, Folder 15

Chiswick Press

Folder 85, Folder 16

Chitty, D.F.

Folder 85, Folder 17

Christian Challenge Series

Folder 85, Folder 18

Christian Front

Folder 85, Folder 19

Christie, Laurence

Folder 85, Folder 20

Churchill, Clementine S., Lady

Folder 86, Folder 1-3

Chute, Reverend Desmond Macready

General note

Includes art, poems, etc. done for Eric Gill
Folder 86, Folder 4

Clarke, Gladys T.

Folder 86, Folder 5

Clarke, Percy C.

Folder 86, Folder 6

Clausen, George, Sir

Folder 86, Folder 7

Clay, Enid

Folder 86, Folder 8

Cleary, ?

Folder 86, Folder 9

Cleverdon, Thomas Douglas James

Folder 86, Folder 10

Clune, F. ?

Folder 86, Folder 11

Clutton-Brock, Arthur

Folder 86, Folder 12

Cobden-Sanderson, T.J. (Thomas James)

Folder 86, Folder 13

Cockerell, Sydney

Folder 86, Folder 14

Coldwell, George E.J.

Folder 86, Folder 15

College of Arts and Crafts

Folder 86, Folder 16

Collins, Dorothy

Folder 86, Folder 17

Comité de l'Art des Fêtes

Folder 86, Folder 18

Connelly, J., Canon

Folder 86, Folder 19

Conrad, Stephen

Folder 86, Folder 20

Contemporary Art Society

Folder 86, Folder 21

Cooke, A.G.

Folder 86, Folder 22

Cooke, A. Stanley

Folder 86, Folder 23

Coomaraswamy, Ananda K. (Ananda Kentish)

Folder 86, Folder 24

Cooper, Jane

Folder 86, Folder 25

Corn Merchants

Folder 86, Folder 26

Cornford, Christopher

Folder 86, Folder 27

Cornford, Frances Crofts

Folder 86, Folder 28

Cornford, Francis Macdonald

Folder 86, Folder 29

Coster, Howard

Folder 87, Folder 1

Coulton, George Gordan

Folder 87, Folder 2

Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts

Folder 87, Folder 3

Cowley, Steve ?

Folder 87, Folder 4

Coxwell, G. Gordan

Folder 87, Folder 5

Craig, John Herbert McCutheon, Sir

Folder 87, Folder 6

Cribb, Joseph

Folder 87, Folder 7

Cribb, Laurie

Folder 87, Folder 8

Criterion

Folder 87, Folder 9

Crosfield, Rita

Folder 87, Folder 10

Crowther, T.P.

Folder 87, Folder 11

Croydon (St. Andrew's Parish Magazine)

Folder 87, Folder 12

Curnow, Allen

Folder 87, Folder 13

Daily Telegraph

Folder 87, Folder 14

Daily Worker ?

Folder 87, Folder 15

Dandridge, C.

Folder 87, Folder 16

Danson (?), ?

Folder 87, Folder 17

D'Arcy, Father M.C. (Martin Cyril). S.J.

Folder 87, Folder 18

Darwin, Francis, Sir

Folder 87, Folder 19

Davies, George

Folder 87, Folder 20

Davy, Alice

Folder 87, Folder 21

de la Mare, R.

Folder 87, Folder 22

de la Valette, ?

Folder 87, Folder 23

Delany, Father Bernard, O.P.

Folder 87, Folder 24

Derrick, Michael

Folder 87, Folder 25

Derrick, Thomas ?

Folder 87, Folder 26

de Sager, Gladys

Folder 87, Folder 27

De Sausmarez, Maurice

Folder 87, Folder 28

Destree, Bruno, Dom, O.S.B.

Folder 87, Folder 29

Dick, Reid

Folder 87, Folder 30

Ditchling Volunteer Fire Brigade

Folder 87, Folder 31

Doric Architectural Club

Folder 87, Folder 32

Dorman, Father

Folder 87, Folder 33

Downes, Ralph

Folder 87, Folder 34

Duckett, Lewis

Folder 87, Folder 35

Dunlop Art Society

Folder 87, Folder 36

Dunn, Hansom and Fenwicke, Architects and Surveyors

Folder 87, Folder 37

Eastaugh, I.

Folder 87, Folder 38

Eden, Anthony

Folder 87, Folder 39

Eliott-Lockhart, Maud

Folder 87, Folder 40

Elliot and Fry, Limited

Folder 87, Folder 41

Elwes, Reverend Valentine

Folder 87, Folder 42

Engineer

Folder 87, Folder 43

Englebach, G.F.

Folder 87, Folder 44

English-Speaking Union

Folder 87, Folder 45

Epstein, Jacob

Folder 88, Folder 1

Evans, Illtud

Folder 88, Folder 2

Evans, Powys

Folder 88, Folder 3

Evening Standard

Folder 88, Folder 4

Everyman

Folder 88, Folder 5

Examiner

Folder 88, Folder 6

Exposition Internationale De Gravures

Folder 88, Folder 7

Faber and Faber

Folder 88, Folder 8

Faber and Gwyer, Limited

Folder 88, Folder 9

Fabian Society (Great Britain)

Folder 88, Folder 10

Favell, William

Folder 88, Folder 11

Fawkes, Katharine

Folder 88, Folder 12

Férotin, Marius, O.S.B.

Folder 88, Folder 13

Field, Michael

Folder 88, Folder 14

Finbar, Father

Folder 88, Folder 15

Firth, Marjorie

Folder 88, Folder 16

Fish, T.

Folder 88, Folder 17

Fitzroy, Irmgard

Folder 88, Folder 18

Fitzroy, Mark

Folder 88, Folder 19

Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle

Folder 88, Folder 20

Fletcher, John Gould

Folder 88, Folder 21

Flood, Annie

Folder 88, Folder 22

Flood, P.J.

Folder 88, Folder 23

Forbes, T.L. (T. Lawrence?)

Folder 88, Folder 24

Ford, Hugh Edmund, Abbot, O.S.B.

Folder 88, Folder 25

Fordham, Vera

Folder 88, Folder 26

Fortescue, Adrian

Folder 88, Folder 27

Foster, Kenelm Francis

Folder 88, Folder 28

Foster, Wendy

Folder 88, Folder 29

Friend

Folder 88, Folder 30

Friend, George T.

General note

Includes instructions written to Eric Gill from Friend (metal engraver) "To take a print without a press." Instructions cover the pulling of intaglio prints from blocks and the transfer of drawings onto wood and copper for engraving. Also methods of cleaning, polishing and the removal of polish on copper, etc.
Folder 88, Folder 31

Frost, T.H.

Folder 88, Folder 32

Fry, Maxwell

Folder 88, Folder 33-34

Fry, Roger Eliot

Folder 89, Folder 1

G.K.'s Weekly

Folder 89, Folder 2

Gamble, Mary

Folder 89, Folder 3

Gannon, Alice M.

Folder 89, Folder 4

Gardner, Anthony

Folder 89, Folder 5

Gayer-Anderson, R.G. (Robert Grenville?)

Folder 89, Folder 6

Gayer-Anderson, T.G.

Folder 89, Folder 7

Geering, F.L.

Folder 89, Folder 8

George Allen and Unwin Limited

Folder 89, Folder 9

Gere, Charles Marsh

Folder 89, Folder 10

Gertler, Mark

Folder 89, Folder 11

Gibb, Alexander Easton

Folder 89, Folder 12

Gilby, Thomas

Folder 89, Folder 13

Gill, Anne

Folder 89, Folder 14

Gill, Arthur Tidman

Folder 89, Folder 15

Gill, Cecil

General note

Includes typescript "My brother, Eric Gill. A talk by Dr. Cecil Gill 18.11.49".
Folder 89, Folder 16

Gill, Cicely Rose

Folder 89, Folder 17

Gill, Elizabeth (Betty)

General note

Contains art done by Elizabeth Gill as a child.
Folder 89, Folder 18

Gill, Evan Robertson

Folder 89, Folder 19

Gill, Gladys

Folder 89, Folder 20

Gill, Gordian

Folder 90, Folder 1-2

Gill, Joanna (Joan)

Folder 90, Folder 3

Gill, Kenneth Carlyle

Folder 90, Folder 3

Grafiskt Forum

Folder 90, Folder 4

Gill, MacDonald (Max)

Folder 90, Folder 5-6

Gill, Mary (Ethel Moore)

Folder 90, Folder 7

Gill, Petra

General note

Includes a photograph with Petra and Joanna Gill as young women.
Folder 90, Folder 8

Gill, Robert

Folder 90, Folder 9

Gill, Romney

Folder 90, Folder 10

Gill, Townley

Folder 90, Folder 11

Gill's nieces, nephews, grandchildren

Folder 90, Folder 12

Glasgow Observer

Folder 90, Folder 13

Glendon, H.S.

Folder 90, Folder 14

Golden Cockerel Press

Folder 90, Folder 15

Goode, Reverend Bernard

Folder 90, Folder 16

Gorel, Lord?

Folder 90, Folder 17

Gorman, John O.

Folder 90, Folder 18

Gorton, Neville Vincent

Folder 91, Folder 1-2

Goupil Gallery

General note

Includes "Woodblock carvings by Eric Gill" list (151 items listed).
Folder 91, Folder 4

Graham, Father A.

Folder 91, Folder 5

Grant, T.F.W.

Folder 91, Folder 6

Gray, Reverend John

Folder 91, Folder 7

Green, Arthur Romney

Folder 91, Folder 8

Green-Armytage, R.N.

Folder 91, Folder 9

Griggs, F.L.

Folder 91, Folder 10

Guildford, John

Folder 91, Folder 11

Hagreen, Philip

Folder 91, Folder 12

Hague and Gill

Folder 91, Folder 13

Hague, René

Folder 91, Folder 14

Hall?, Helena

Folder 91, Folder 15

Hall, Irene P.

Folder 91, Folder 16

Hammer Press

Folder 91, Folder 17

Hardy, F.A.

Folder 91, Folder 18

Harrison, Helena

Folder 91, Folder 19

Hawkins, Daisy

Folder 91, Folder 20

Heal and Son, Limited

Folder 91, Folder 21

Heal, Edith Florence Digby

Folder 91, Folder 22

Heaps, Robert

Folder 91, Folder 23

Hedger?, L.?

Folder 91, Folder 24

Hegnan?, Philip

Folder 91, Folder 25

Heppenstall, Rayner

Folder 91, Folder 26

Hernaman, Violet M.

Folder 91, Folder 27

Hewlett, pp. E.C.

Folder 91, Folder 28

Heygate-Browne, E.

Folder 91, Folder 29

Hickling, Agnes

Folder 91, Folder 30

Hickling, Denis

Folder 91, Folder 31

Highway

Folder 91, Folder 32

Hinks, A.R.

Folder 91, Folder 33

Hinsley, Arthur, Archbishop of Winchester

Folder 92, Folder 1

Hodges, John

Folder 92, Folder 2

Hodgkin, Thomas Lionel

Folder 92, Folder 3

Hodgson, F.

Folder 92, Folder 4

Hodsdon, Alec

Folder 92, Folder 5

Hoing, Clifford A.

Folder 92, Folder 6

Holbrook, Jackson

Folder 92, Folder 7

Holden, Charles Henry

Folder 92, Folder 8

Holt, ?

Folder 92, Folder 9

Hood, P.H.

Folder 92, Folder 10

Hopkins, J.

Folder 92, Folder 11

Howes, Allan

Folder 92, Folder 12

Hughes, Gerald S.

Folder 92, Folder 13

Hunt, Albert E.

Folder 92, Folder 14

Hurrell, Grace

Folder 92, Folder 15

Hutton, Edward

Folder 92, Folder 16

Ignatius, Father of Llanthony (Joseph Leycester Lyne)

Folder 92, Folder 17

Ingham, Ernest

Folder 92, Folder 18

International Collection of Modern Book-Art

Folder 92, Folder 19

Ireland Today

Folder 92, Folder 20

Irvine, Gerard

Folder 92, Folder 21

J.M. Dent and Sons

Folder 92, Folder 22

J.P. McNulty and Company, Limited

Folder 92, Folder 23

Jackman, Arthur

Folder 92, Folder 24

Jackson, Charles D'Orville Pilkington

Folder 92, Folder 25

James Clarke and Company

Folder 92, Folder 26

James Walker and Son

Folder 92, Folder 27

Jebb, Eleanor

Folder 92, Folder 28

John, Augustus E.

Folder 92, Folder 29

John, Henry

Folder 92, Folder 30-31

Johnston, Edward

Folder 93, Folder 1

Jones, David

Folder 93, Folder 2

Jones, F.E. ?

Folder 93, Folder 3

Jones, James

Folder 93, Folder 4

Journal of the Art Teachers' Guild and the New Society of Art Teachers

Folder 93, Folder 5

Junior Art-Workers' Guild

Folder 93, Folder 6

Kelly, Bernard

Folder 93, Folder 7

Kennington, G.H. ?

Folder 93, Folder 8

Kern, Theodor

Folder 93, Folder 9-10

Kessler, Harry, Count

Folder 93, Folder 11

Keyes, Patrick J.

Folder 93, Folder 12

Keynes, Geoffrey Langdon, Sir

Folder 93, Folder 13

Keynes, Margaret Elizabeth

Folder 93, Folder 14

Kidston, Lillian

Folder 93, Folder 15

King, Elizabeth A.

Folder 93, Folder 16

Knight, Laura, Dame

Folder 93, Folder 17

Knox, Alfred Dillwyn

Folder 93, Folder 18

L.H. Shattock, Chartered Architect

Folder 93, Folder 19

Labor Leader

Folder 93, Folder 20

Land and Water

Folder 93, Folder 21

Langley, A.

Folder 93, Folder 22

Lascelles, J.W.

Folder 93, Folder 23

Lauder, P.

Folder 93, Folder 24

Laughton, J.R.C. (John Robert Carr)

Folder 93, Folder 25

Lavery, John, Sir

Folder 93, Folder 26

Lawrence, D.H. (David Herbert)

General note

Manuscript book in Eric Gill's hand-writing: "Pansies by D.H. Lawrence. Poems copied from the limited edition i.e. the ones not printed in the ordinary edition. The numbers on the left of the titles are those of the pages in the limited edition." [Eric Gill's initials, dated 10-2-1930].
Folder 93, Folder 27

Lawrence ?, ?, Bishop of Northampton

Folder 93, Folder 28

Lawson, Adrian

Folder 94, Folder 1

Leach, Bernard Howell

Folder 94, Folder 2

Ledward, Gilbert

Folder 94, Folder 3

Left Review

Folder 94, Folder 4

Leslie, Shane

Folder 94, Folder 5

Lethaby, W.R. (William Richard)

Folder 94, Folder 6

Lindley, Muriel

Folder 94, Folder 7

Listener

Folder 94, Folder 8

Lloyd, J.V.

Folder 94, Folder 9

Lomas, Henrietta

Folder 94, Folder 10

London and North Eastern Railway Magazine

Folder 94, Folder 11

Longmans, Green, and Company

Folder 94, Folder 12

Lorimer, Hew Martin

Folder 94, Folder 13

Lucas, Faith E.

Folder 94, Folder 14

Luckhurst, A.W.

Folder 94, Folder 15

Lutyens, Edwin Landseer, Sir

Folder 94, Folder 16

Lynch, Father

Folder 94, Folder 17

Maccoll, Dugald Sutherland

Folder 94, Folder 18

Maclagan, Eric

Folder 94, Folder 19

Maclean, John

Folder 94, Folder 20

Mairet, Ethel

Folder 94, Folder 21

Mairet, Philip

Folder 94, Folder 22

Maland, George R.

Folder 94, Folder 23

Manchester Guardian

Folder 94, Folder 24

Mannin, Ethel

Folder 94, Folder 25

Manson, Aelfric

Folder 94, Folder 26

Manson, John Henry

Folder 94, Folder 27

Marshall, John A.

Folder 94, Folder 28

Marshall, M.

Folder 94, Folder 29

Massé, Henri John Louis Joseph

Folder 94, Folder 30

Mather, Joan

General note

Contains a photo postcard of Eric Gill and a clergyman.
Folder 94, Folder 31

Maufe, Edward, Sir

Folder 94, Folder 32

Maufe, Gladys Prudence

Folder 94, Folder 33

Maxwell, George

Folder 94, Folder 34

Maynard, Robert Ashwin

Folder 95, Folder 1

McElligott, Dom Bernard, O.S.B.

Folder 95, Folder 2

McFall, David Bernard

Folder 95, Folder 3

McLaughlin, John

Folder 95, Folder 4

McNabb, Father Vincent, O.P.

Folder 95, Folder 5

McNicholl, Gerald

Folder 95, Folder 6

McQuillan, Annie

Folder 95, Folder 7

McQuillan, John

Folder 95, Folder 8

McSparran, Father

Folder 95, Folder 9

Medici Society (London)

Folder 95, Folder 10

Mendelsohn, Eric

Folder 95, Folder 11

Mendelsohn, Luise

Folder 95, Folder 12

Merton, Patrick

Folder 95, Folder 13

Meynell, Everard

Folder 95, Folder 14

Mills, G.H. Saxon

Folder 95, Folder 15

Ministry of Information (London)

Folder 95, Folder 16

Minter, F.G., Limited

Folder 95, Folder 17

Monotype Corporation

Folder 95, Folder 18

Monotype Recorder

Folder 95, Folder 19

Montague, R.A.

Folder 95, Folder 20

Montalk, Potocki ?

Folder 95, Folder 21

Morley, J. Geo

Folder 95, Folder 22

Morning Post

Folder 95, Folder 23

Morral ?, Mary E. ?

Folder 95, Folder 24

Morrall, Mildred E.

Folder 95, Folder 25

Morrell, Ottoline

Folder 95, Folder 26

Morell, Philip Edward

Folder 95, Folder 27

Morris, Daniel

Folder 95, Folder 28

Morris, Stuart

Folder 95, Folder 29

Murphy, John J.A.

Folder 95, Folder 30

National Farmers' Union

Folder 95, Folder 31

National Register of Industrial Art Designers

Folder 95, Folder 32

Nerontsos, Thrame ?

Folder 96, Folder 1

New Age

Folder 96, Folder 2

New Catholic Herald

Folder 96, Folder 3-4

New English Weekly

Folder 96, Folder 5

New Leader

Folder 96, Folder 6

Newman Book Shop

Folder 96, Folder 7

Newton, Leo

Folder 96, Folder 8

Norbury, James

Folder 96, Folder 9

Northcote, Freda Stafford

Folder 96, Folder 10

Nuttgens, Joseph E.

Folder 96, Folder 11

Nye, N(an?)

Folder 96, Folder 12

Observer

Folder 96, Folder 13

O'Connor, Father John

Folder 96, Folder 14

O'Hea, Leo

Folder 96, Folder 15

Oldacre, Everard

Folder 96, Folder 16

Oldenburg, John M.

Folder 96, Folder 17

Order

Folder 96, Folder 18

Oscotian

Folder 96, Folder 19

Oscott College

Folder 96, Folder 20

O'Sullivan, ?

Folder 96, Folder 21

O'Sullivan, John

Folder 96, Folder 22

Oxley, A.

Folder 96, Folder 23

Paget, Richard Arthur Surtees, Sir

Folder 96, Folder 24

Pakington and Enthoven, Chartered Architects

Folder 96, Folder 25

Palliser, Herbert W.

Folder 96, Folder 26

Pantagruel

Folder 96, Folder 27

Parkinson, John

Folder 96, Folder 28

Pastor, A.

Folder 96, Folder 29

Paul, Constance

Folder 96, Folder 30

Pax

Folder 97, Folder 1

Peace News

Folder 97, Folder 2

Peace Pledge Union

Folder 97, Folder 3

Pearce, D.

Folder 97, Folder 4

Pelham, Prudence

Folder 97, Folder 5

People and Freedom Group

Folder 97, Folder 6

Pepler, Hilary Douglas Clark

Folder 97, Folder 7

Petter, Helen Mary

Folder 97, Folder 8

Phillips, D.

Folder 97, Folder 9

Pick, Frank

Folder 97, Folder 10

Pilgrim Players

Folder 97, Folder 11

Pilkington, Margaret

Folder 97, Folder 12

Plate, Carl

Folder 97, Folder 13

Platt, William

Folder 97, Folder 14

Polimeni, Emmanuela

Folder 97, Folder 15

Portland, William John Arthur Charles James Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th Duke of,

Folder 97, Folder 16

Potter, Norah

Folder 97, Folder 17

Powell, Elsie

Folder 97, Folder 18

Powell, Lawrence

Folder 97, Folder 19

Price, Marie

Folder 97, Folder 20

Prince, J.F.T.

Folder 97, Folder 21

Printing Review

Folder 97, Folder 22

Prior, Edward Schroder

Folder 97, Folder 23

Public Art Gallery, County Borough of Brighton

Folder 97, Folder 24

Publishers' Circular

Folder 97, Folder 25

Purchon, W.S.

Folder 97, Folder 26

Pusch, Helen

Folder 97, Folder 27

Putnam and Company, Limited

Folder 98, Folder 1

Raffalovich, André Sebastian

Folder 98, Folder 2

Ramsden, G.R.

Folder 98, Folder 3

Raven, Charles Earle

Folder 98, Folder 4

Raverat, Gwendolyn Mary

Folder 98, Folder 5-6

Raverat, Jacques Pierre

General note

Among the items is a collection of twenty-nine autograph letters from Gill - Source = Roy Davids Ltd., 2000.
Folder 98, Folder 7

Rawnsley, Janie

Folder 98, Folder 8

Read, Herbert Edward

Folder 98, Folder 9

Reconciliation

Folder 98, Folder 10

Record

Folder 98, Folder 11

Red Rose Guild of Artworkers

Folder 98, Folder 12

Reeves, Father John Baptist, O.P.

Folder 98, Folder 13

Reeves, May

Folder 98, Folder 14

Reeves, Terry

Folder 98, Folder 15

Reeves, William O'Brien

Folder 98, Folder 16

Reid, A. Mabel

Folder 98, Folder 17

Reynolds, Betty

Folder 98, Folder 18

Richey, Michael

Folder 98, Folder 19

Richey, Paul

Folder 98, Folder 20

Richmond, M. ?

Folder 98, Folder 21

Rigby, Dorothy M.

Folder 98, Folder 22

Robbins, Gertrude

Folder 98, Folder 23

Roberts, Reverend

Folder 98, Folder 24

Roberts, Richard Ellis

Folder 98, Folder 25

Robertson, Dorothy

Folder 98, Folder 26

Rope, Father (Henry Edward George)

Folder 98, Folder 27

Rota, ?

Folder 98, Folder 28

Rothenstein, Albert

Folder 98, Folder 29

Rothenstein, William, Sir

Folder 98, Folder 30

Rowntree, Benjamin Seebohm

Folder 98, Folder 31

Royal Academy of Arts

Folder 98, Folder 32

Royal College of Art

Folder 98, Folder 33

Royal Institute of British Architects

Folder 98, Folder 34

Royal Mint

Folder 98, Folder 35

Royal Society of Arts

Folder 99, Folder 1

Ruhard, Edgar ?

Folder 99, Folder 2

Russell, Bertrand

Folder 99, Folder 3

Russell, John Robert

Folder 99, Folder 4

Rutherford, Dorothy

Folder 99, Folder 30

Rutter, Frank 1914 February 5

General note

Regarding the "big statue of the Blessed Virgin (alias 'Mulier')." Accession MS.2010.028.
Folder 99, Folder 5

Rutter, Owen

Folder 99, Folder 6

Sackville-West, V.

Folder 99, Folder 7

Saunders, Wilfrid G.

Folder 99, Folder 8

Sculpture and Memorials

Folder 99, Folder 9

Sewell, Michael

Folder 99, Folder 10

Seymour, E.J.

Folder 99, Folder 11

Shakespeare Memorial Committee

Folder 99, Folder 12

Shaw, Evelyn

Folder 99, Folder 13

Shaw, Richard Norman

Folder 99, Folder 14

Shearer, V. Brodir

Folder 99, Folder 15

Sheed and Ward, Limited

Folder 99, Folder 16

Shewring, Walter Hayward

Folder 99, Folder 17

Singleton, Mick

Folder 99, Folder 18

Singleton, P.W.

Folder 99, Folder 19

Skelton, Angela

Folder 99, Folder 20

Skelton, Johnathan

Folder 99, Folder 21

Smith, G.E.S.

Folder 99, Folder 22

Smith, Margaret

Folder 99, Folder 23

South London Union of Socialist Sunday School's

Folder 99, Folder 24

Speaight, George

Folder 99, Folder 25

Spence, M.L.

Folder 99, Folder 26

Squirrel, Harold S., Canon

Folder 99, Folder 27

St. Edmund's College (Herts)

Folder 99, Folder 28

Standard

Folder 99, Folder 29

Stewart, Benedict

Folder 100, Folder 1

Stocks, Charles Lancelot

Folder 100, Folder 2

Stone, Geoffrey

Folder 100, Folder 3

Stone, Reynolds

Folder 100, Folder 4

Stones, C.

Folder 100, Folder 5

Storey, Robert

Folder 100, Folder 6

Stowe, Alfred

Folder 100, Folder 7

Stratton, Hilary

Folder 100, Folder 8

Stuttig, F.

Folder 100, Folder 9

Sullivan, Danaë

Folder 100, Folder 10

Summers, R.F.F.

Folder 100, Folder 11

Sun Engraving Company

Folder 100, Folder 12

Sunbathing Review

Folder 100, Folder 13

Sutherland ?, Halliday

Folder 100, Folder 14

Sutton, Eric

Folder 100, Folder 15

Sutton, John

Folder 100, Folder 16-17

Tablet

Folder 100, Folder 18

Tansley, Lillia

Folder 100, Folder 19

Tausig, Bruno

Folder 100, Folder 20

Taylor, Charles

Folder 100, Folder 21-25

Tegetmeier, Denis

General note

Contains 4 folders of published cartoons by Tegetmeier.
Folder 101, Folder 1

Thomas Thorp, Antiquarian Bookseller

Folder 101, Folder 2

Thomas Worthington and Sons, Architects

Folder 101, Folder 3

Thomas, Cecil

Folder 101, Folder 4

Thompson, Bertrand

Folder 101, Folder 5

Thorp, Helen

Folder 101, Folder 6

Thorp, Joseph Peter

Folder 101, Folder 7

Times

Folder 101, Folder 8

Tokemota, Felix

Folder 101, Folder 9

Townshend, Margaret

Folder 101, Folder 10

Trinick, John

Folder 101, Folder 11

Tuberville, A.S.

Folder 101, Folder 12

Tudsbery, Marmaduke Tudsbery

Folder 101, Folder 13

Tydeman, A.

Folder 101, Folder 14

Tynan, W.F.

Folder 101, Folder 15

Union Internationale des Beaux-Arts et des Lettres

Folder 101, Folder 16

Union Soc. Cambridge

Folder 101, Folder 17

Universe

Folder 101, Folder 18

Van Zellar ?, Dom Hubert

Folder 101, Folder 19

Vann, Reverend Gerald

Folder 101, Folder 20

Victoria and Albert Museum

Folder 101, Folder 21

Vidler, Alec R.

Folder 101, Folder 22

Votes for Women - The Women's Social and Political Union

Folder 101, Folder 23

Walford, Naomi

Folder 101, Folder 24

Walker, Emery, Limited

Folder 101, Folder 25

Walker, Rainforth Armitage

Folder 101, Folder 26

Walker, Rainforth Armitage, 1920-1931 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Collection of letters from Eric Gill to Rainforth Armitage Walker. Also includes a few letters to Walker from Hilary Douglas Pepler.

General note

Source = Elkin Mathews. Collection of loose items originally housed in a scrapbook assembled by the dealer.
Folder 101, Folder 27

Wall, Bernard

Folder 101, Folder 28

Walter I. Rand - Society Emblems

Folder 101, Folder 29

Ward, Janet

Folder 101, Folder 30

Ward, Mary

Folder 101, Folder 31

Ward, Richard Heron

Folder 101, Folder 32

Warde, Beatrice

Folder 102, Folder 1

Watkin, Edward Ingram

Folder 102, Folder 2

Watson, Janet, 1915

Scope and Contents note

3 correspondence items and a photocopy of a photograph regarding Gill's Blessed Virgin and Child sculpture at St. Brides church in Glasgow, Scotland..

General note

Source = Golden Legend, Inc., 2001. See Photographs series, Art work subseries, Sculpture for original photograph. See Topical,
Folder 102, Folder 3

Wauchope, Arthur

Folder 102, Folder 4

Waugh, Evelyn

Folder 102, Folder 5

Wellington, Hubert

Folder 102, Folder 6

Wellock, Wilfred

Folder 102, Folder 7

Wells, A. Randall

Folder 102, Folder 8

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)

Folder 102, Folder 9

West Sussex County Council (The High School for Girls)

Folder 102, Folder 10

Westminster Bank Limited

Folder 102, Folder 11

Westminster Gazette

Folder 102, Folder 12

White, Eric Walter

Folder 102, Folder 13

White, Victor

Folder 102, Folder 14

Whiteman, Elsa M.

Folder 102, Folder 15

Whithead and Company

Folder 102, Folder 16

Wijdeveld, ?

Folder 102, Folder 17

Wilberforce, Emily

Folder 102, Folder 18

William Sills Quarries and Private Sidings

Folder 102, Folder 19

Williams, John T.F.

Folder 102, Folder 20

Wollenberg, A.

Folder 102, Folder 21

Wood, Frank

Folder 102, Folder 22

Woodforde, Reverend Christopher

Folder 102, Folder 23

Woolwich Equitable Building Society

Folder 102, Folder 24

Wycombe (Borough) Electric Light and Power Company, Limited

Folder 102, Folder 25

Yardley, Kathleen

Folder 102, Folder 26

Yorkshire Post

Folder 102, Folder 27

Youens, Laurence W.

Folder 102, Folder 28

Young, Kathleen Hilton

Folder 102, Folder 29

Zeitlin, Josephine and Jake

Folder 102, Folder 30

Gill letterbook, August 1934- November 1934

Folder 102, Folder 31

Gill letterbook draft summaries, August 1934- November 1934

Folder 103, Folder 120

Unidentified, 1909-1941 and undated

Box 104-105

Shorthand notebooks, 1936-1939

Scope and Contents note

Nine manuscript shorthand notebooks in Eric Gill's secretary's hand, containing drafts of letters dictated by Gill, 1936-1939. The notebooks are arranged chronologically.
Box 106

Letters from Jerusalem, 1934

Scope and Contents note

Collection of largely unpublished holograph letters written by Eric Gill to his wife Mary, while he was on his journey to Palestine March 10-June 13, 1934. Several letters contain small sketches by Gill. Several original envelopes are included.

General note

Several letters, in edited form, were published in Gill's "Palestine Diary." Source = G.F. Sims, 1965.
Box 106

Letter book, July 1915-June 1927

Scope and Contents note

Comprises copies of Gill's letters 1915-1927, mainly in Gill's holograph, with complete index in front. Many letters relate to his work and include details about stones he was carving; small drawings and inserted estimates for work are also included.

General note

Source = G.F. Sims, 1965.
Box 106

Collection of rough drafts of letters, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Bound collection of rough drafts of letters to editors and notes Gill wrote from July 1940-November 1, 1940 while in Wycombe Hospital.

General note

Last six pages include Gill's original sketches for drawings and title page for Glue and Lacquer.
 

Photographs, Series 4. 1908-1969 and undated

General Physical Description note: 6 linear feet (4 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

This series is arranged into four subseries; People, Places, Art work and Miscellaneous.
 

People, Subseries 1. 1914-1969 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of photographs, reproductions, negatives and slides of Eric Gill, Gill family members and several unidentified persons. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Box 107 OV

Eric Gill, undated

General Physical Description note: Oversize box.

Scope and Contents note

Collection of seven oversize photographs of Eric Gill taken by Howard Coster. Includes images of Gill working in his workshop.

General note

Negatives are avilable for two of the photographs. Two photographs are mounted. EG 1519-1525.
Folder 108, Folder 1

Cecil and Vernon Gill, 1969

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of Cecil and Vernon Gill, two of Eric Gill's brothers, taken in Wales.

General note

See subseries 4. Miscellaneous for additional photographs of Cecil and Vernon Gill taken at a 1967 conference on Eric Gill held at the Clark.
Folder 108, Folder 2

Eric Gill, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a photograph of Eric Gill in his studio carving; a reproduction of Gill standing with a carving tool in hand; and a reproduction of Gill in 1909.

General note

See also Box 109 for a photograph of Eric Gill in his workshop with the unfinished League of Nations panel. See also Box 8 - Personal papers series, Biographical and interview items subseries, Autobiography - corrected proofs and typescript for reproductions of Eric Gill in his studio engraving and Gill standing in his studio with an unfinished League of Nations panel.
Folder 108, Folder 3

Eric Gill and family members, 1914-ca. 1918-1919 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Negatives and reproductions of Eric Gill with his parents and siblings at an unknown location; with his wife and children (as well as Desmond Chute) on Ditchling Common, Sussex, England; and with Mary Gill.

General note

One of the images of Gill, his wife and children standing outside his workshop, The Crank, on Ditchling Common, Sussex, includes Gill's just-completed Mulier sculpture in the background. The reproduction of Eric Gill with his parents and siblings was taken from an original owned by Eric Williams, Gill's grandson, who brought the photograph during a visit to the Clark in June, 2003.
Folder 108, Folder 4

Unidentified, undated

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of a group of children standing with a priest.
 

Places, Subseries 2. ca. 1920's-1959

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of photographs, a photographic postcard, a reproduction and color slides of Capel-y-ffin, Eric Gill's Ditchling house, Ditchling Press, St. Dominic's, Ditchling and the "Long room" in Gill's Pigotts house. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 108, Folder 5

Capel-y-ffin, 1935

Scope and Contents note

Publicity photo postcard of Capel-y-ffin.
Folder 108, Folder 5

Ditchling Press, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Color slide (33 mm) of Ditchling Press

General note

Gift of Professor Majl Ewing, January, 1960.
Folder 108, Folder 5

St. Dominic's, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Color slide (33 mm) of St. Dominic's.

General note

Gift of Professor Majl Ewing, January, 1960.
Folder 108, Folder 5

Ditchling house, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Color slide (33 mm) of two unidentified women standing outside of Eric Gill's house in Ditchling.

General note

Gift of Professor Majl Ewing, January, 1960. See subseries 1. People, for a photograph of the Gill family on Ditchling Common.
Folder 108, Folder 5

Lourdes, 1939

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of a group of unidentified adults on a street with a religious statue in the background. The reverse of the photograph reads "Lourdes, 1939."
Folder 108, Folder 5

"Long room" at Pigotts, ca. 1920's

Scope and Contents note

Reproduction of the "Long room" in Eric Gill's Pigotts home, High Wycombe, England.

General note

The reproduction was taken from an original photograph owned by Eric Williams, Gill's grandson, who brought the photograph during a visit to the Clark in June, 2003.
 

Art work, Subseries 3. 1908-1969 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of photographs, reproductions, a photo scrap book and a color slide of Eric Gill drawings, sketches and designs, inscriptional work, wood blocks and sculpture. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 109, Folder 1-2

Drawings, sketches and designs, undated

Scope and Contents note

Photographs and reproductions of two-dimensional works by Eric Gill. Includes a 1921 sketch of Mary Gill and Gill's daughters Joan and Petra, a collection of Eric Gill's Nudes drawings from 1926-1929 and 1931, two 1927 preliminary drawings for sculpture of the Rossall School War Memorial altarpiece and a collection of bookplate designs.

General note

See also Box 8 - Personal papers series, Biographical and interview items subseries, Autobiography - corrected proofs and typescript for reproductions of Gill sketches: a self-portrait of Eric Gill, sketch of Father John O'Connor, sketch of Gill's children and sketch of Mary Gill. The original 1921 sketch of Mary Gill, etc. is held at the Clark. Photographs of Gill's Nudes were gifted from Walter Shewring via Albert Sperisen. Contains EG 128.
Folder 109, Folder 3

Inscriptions, undated

Scope and Contents note

Photographs, reproductions and a color slide (33 mm) of inscriptional works by Eric Gill or his pupils. Includes memorials, Gill alphabets and miscellaneous inscriptions.

General note

See also Box 8 - Personal papers series, Biographical and interview items subseries, Autobiography - corrected proofs and typescript for reproductions of Gill's 1932 incised alphabet. Reproductions of the Gill alphabets were sent by J. Schwartz July, 1953. The color slide was a gift of Professor Majl Ewing, January, 1960. Contains EG 1636.2.
Folder 109, Folder 4

Sculpture, 1949-1969 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Photographs and reproductions of models for and finished sculpture by Eric Gill. Includes Adam and Eve, Ariel piping to the children, Blessed Virgin and Child, Caryatid, Christ expelling the money changers (model for Leeds University War Memorial), League of Nations Creation, Mulier, Prospero and Ariel, St. John Bosco and Sundial. Shots include works in process, completed and in situ.

General note

Several reproductions of the Gill sculpture were sent by J. Schwartz July, 1953. Sculpture pieces Adam and Eve, Caryatid, Christ expelling the money changers, St. John Bosco and Sundial are held at the Clark. The Mulier sculpture is owned by the Clark but is sited at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). See also: Box 8 - Personal papers series, Biographical and interview items subseries, Autobiography - corrected proofs and typescript for reproductions of the Deposition scultpure in black hopton-wood stone; Subseries 1. People, for a photograph of the Gill family standing in front of the Mulier sculpture at the Gill's home in Ditchling; Printed material series, Ephemera subseries, 1969 for photographic postcards of the Guildford Cathedral, the Eastern sculpture designed by Gill and the Chapel of St. George and the English Martyrs, Westminster Catherdral, London.
Folder 109, Folder 5

Wood blocks, undated

Box 110

Inscriptions scrapbook - Photographs of inscriptions, etc., 1908

General Physical Description note: 1 vol.

Scope and Contents note

Gill's photo scrapbook of his inscriptions 1903-1907 and undated. Also includes photographs of churches, graveyards, trains, various exterior architecture, etc.
 

Miscellaneous, Subseries 4. 1967 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of photographs, reproductions and slides from an Eric Gill seminar talk held at the Clark Library, an announcement from the Monotype Corporation regarding Perpetua type and a collection of mounted nude photographs. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 108, Folder 6

Collection of nude photographs, undated

Scope and Contents note

Booklet of mounted nude female photographs with Eric Gill's bookplate and manuscript note on the final leaf.

General note

GF Sims 1962.
Folder 108, Folder 6

Eric Gill seminar talk, 1967

Scope and Contents note

Photographs and slides of participants at a seminar talk on Eric Gill held at the Clark in April, 1967, including Vernon and Cecil Gill (two of Eric Gill's brothers), David Kindersley and Beatrice Warde. Also included are Beatrice Warde's slides used for the seminar, consisting of various examples of Eric Gill's work.
Folder 108, Folder 6

Perpetua type announcement, undated

Scope and Contents note

Reproduction of a document announcing the production of the Perpetua type cut from the designs made by Eric Gill for the Monotype Corporation, London.

General note

The reproduction was originally located with a 1982 UCLA Librarian newsletter that featured an article, "Eric Gill Centennial", and the image. A copy of the image has been placed with the newsletter and can be found in the Topical Series, Printed items subseries, Catalogs-Exhibitions, 1982.
 

Gill's books and library Series 5.

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of approximately 400 volumes from Gill's "working library". A number are books he designed. The bulk comprise association or presentation copies, and volumes used by Gill for reference purposes which bear his bookplate, annotations and marked page citations.
 

Legal and financial documents, Series 6. 1900-1984 and undated

General Physical Description note: 6.48 linear feet (13 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

This series is arranged into five subseries; Ledger and account notebooks, Publishing contracts, Accounts, Estate documents and Miscellaneous business papers.
 

Ledger and account notebooks, Subseries 1. 1901-1966

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of a collection of unpublished manuscript ledger and account books kept by Eric Gill for the major part of his working life and cover his activities as calligrapher, sculptor, engraver and builder. The subseries is arranged in chronological order. Descriptions for most items include a "Rota" number in parenthesis which corresponds to the numbered descriptive entries in the 1966 Bertram Rota, Ltd. Booksellers sale catalogue, which is included in the subseries.
 

Account book, 1930

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript account book kept by Gill regarding his personal expenses.

General note

Gift of Anthony Rota, 1968.
 

Account book, April 1914-April 1920

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript account book kept by Joseph Cribb for sculptural and inscriptional work undertaken in the studio of Eric Gill, including commissions from Count Harry Kessler, Westminster Cathedral, Hilary Pepler and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
 

Account notebook, 1931-1936

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript account notebook kept by Gill with details of work done for Gill by Angus McD(ougall) and payments made from February 1 to November 23, 1931. Also includes a list of church collections and pew rent from April 9, 1933 to May 11, 1936.

General note

Source = Claude Cox, 1982.
 

Account book, v.2, 1935-1940

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript account book covering activities from 1925-1940. Consists of list of payments for work on carvings, particularly those done with one of Gill's chief assistants Anthony Foster, and general accounts.

General note

Source = GF Sims 1968.
 

Account book, v.1, 1925-1940

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript account book covering activities from 1925-1940. Consists of list of payments for work on carvings, particularly those done with one of Gill's chief assistants Laurie Cribb at Capel-y-finn and Pigotts, and general accounts.

General note

Source = GF Sims 1968.
 

Accounts begun November 22, 1901

General Physical Description note: 4 loose leaves

Scope and Contents note

Gill's personal expenses November 22-December 10, 1901.

General note

Gift of Anthony Rota, September 1968.
 

Analysis cash book, January 1916 - August 1922

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing income and expenditure. Folio notebook, brown spine, orange cloth sides. (Rota 15)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

Ledger, May 1922 - June 1927

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.773-1000 and a few earlier items from 659 onward. Quarto box file, loose sheets. (Rota 9)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1777
 

Expenses and labor, October 1903 to December 31, 1904

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.28-89, entered alphabetically under customer's name. Blue octavo notebook, red spine with paper label "28 89", and another paper label pasted on front cover marked "W /Work-current beginning:-October 1903./to Dec. 31. 1904." (Rota 2b)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1774
 

Ledger, March 30, 1908-1909

Scope and Contents note

Jobs 225-323, detailed entries. Bound leaves up through Job 278, thereafter inserted leaves extracted from other account books. Folio three-quarter black leather, blue cloth sides, "LEDGER" stamped in gold on spine, and paper label lettered in ink, "225-323." (Rota 5)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1775
 

Ledger, 1933-1938

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos. 1201-1500. Quarto box file, loose sheets. (Rota 11)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1777
 

Ledger, 1938-1940

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos. 1497-1634. The last sheets of accounts are not in Gill's hand but perhaps that of Mrs. Colette Yardley, his last secretary (see scholar's note). Quarto box file, loose sheets. (Rota 12)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1777
 

Letter book, September 1914 to January 1921

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.548, 553, 564, 567, 570-772. Includes supplementary lists of blocks, drawings, and sculptures sold or for sale at the French Gallery and the Goupil Gallery. Octavo notebook, three-quarter leather, blue cloth sides, "Letter/Book" stamped in gold on spine. (Rota 13)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

List of jobs (begun 1902), 1902-1909

Scope and Contents note

Inscriptions, drawings and painted inscriptions for shop-fronts. Jobs numbered 1-224, 1902-1907, done by Gill alone; jobs with new number sequence 1-66 done by Gill and Christie between May 13, 1907 and-March 31, 1908; jobs resume earlier number sequence at 225-323 done after March 31, 1908 by Gill alone. Black exercise book. (Rota 1)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1773
 

Invoice book for: Id quod visum placet, November 3, 1926

Scope and Contents note

Receipts for sale of Id quod visum placet. Bound notebook. (Rota 9a)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1777
 

Analysis cash book, July 1933 - July 1938

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing income and expenditure. Folio notebook, yellow spine, tan cloth sides. (Rota 17)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

Analysis cash book, August 1938 - November 1940

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing income and expenditure. Folio notebook, black spine, black cloth sides. (Rota 18)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

Building business: Petty cash account, October 2, 1920 - December 1921

Scope and Contents note

Loose sheets from an octavo notebook. A supplement to the Building business: Stock book. (Rota 19) and (Rota 20)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

List of inscriptions and other works, 1902-1910

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.1-364. Details given for Items 1-89 and 324-364. 54 loose leaves. (Rota 2)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1773
 

List of work, 1910-1940

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.324-1, 632. Contains Gill's detailed explanation of his bookkeeping system. Bound octavo three-quarter leather cash-book, cloth sides, and red spine label with "Journal" stamped in gold. (Rota 3)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1774
 

Ledger, 1905-1908

Scope and Contents note

Details of work done by Gill alone and during his partnership with Christie up to the dissolution in 1908. Octavo ledger, three-quarter leather with green cloth sides. "1905" lettered in ink on spine and paper label pasted on spine with "90-224 G and C 1-66." (Rota 4)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1774
 

Analysis cash book, July 1928 - June 1933

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing income and expenditure. Folio notebook, maroon. (Rota 16)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

Building business: Stock book and Building business: Plant book, October 2, 1920 - February 22 1922

Scope and Contents note

The first half of the notebook details costs for materials; the second half of the notebook, working back from the other end of the book, shows costs of equipment. The dates begin with Gill's takeover from T. Shore and end with the sale of the plant to Maxwell. Quarto notebook, red spine, blue cloth sides. (Rota 19a and b)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

Eric Gill and A. Chisholm builders, Ditchling Common, 1920 - October 1922

Scope and Contents note

Double-entry ledger of income and expenditures. Octavo, three-quarter red leather with green cloth sides; "Ledger" stamped in gold on spine. (Rota 22)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

Ledger, June 1927 to September 1933

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos. 1001-1200. Includes supplementary material to 1939. Quarto box file, loose sheets. (Rota 10)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1777
 

Analysis cash book, January 1, 1909 - December 31, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing income and expenditure. Folio notebook, red spine, blue cloth sides. (Rota 14)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1778
 

I. Building business and II. Scul(p)tors business, I. October 2, 1920 - February 1922; II. September 1923 - May 1929

Scope and Contents note

Double-column cash book. Octavo ledger, three-quarter brown leather with brown cloth sides, "Journal" lettered in gold on spine and spine marked in ink with capital letter "B." (Rota 21)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

Repairs account, September 1924 - September 1928

Scope and Contents note

Account of repairs at the Monastery Capel-y-ffin. Octavo, grey paper wrappers. (Rota 23)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

Analysis cash book, October 1922

Scope and Contents note

Cash book detailing cash received and cash payments for October 1-16, 1942. Folio notebook, blue spine, yellow cloth sides. (not listed in Rota, but numbered "24")

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1779
 

Bertram Rota Ltd., Booksellers sale catalog, ca. Feb. 1966

General note

Sale catalogue of the Eric Gill notebooks. Description of the notebooks kept by Eric Gill for the major part of his working life that include his work as calligrapher, sculptor, engraver and builder. Nine pages.
Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1773
 

Time-sheet journal, April 1, 1902 to October 24, 1903

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.1-27, not all numerically ordered. Contains time-sheets of hours worked. Black octavo notebook, "W" marked on front cover. (Rota 2a)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1773
 

Memorandum of expenses chargeable to jobs, January 1910 to December 1911

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.324-405, entered numerically. Octavo notebook, quarter leather, black cloth, red spine with two paper labels: "J" and "324 405." (Rota 6)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1776
 

Ledger, 1911 September to 1914 July

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.406-569, with detailed notes of commissions and some sketches. Octavo notebook, full green morocco leather, spine faded to light brown with paper label, "406-569" in ink. (Rota 7)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1776
 

Ledger, September 1914 to January 1921

Scope and Contents note

Jobs nos.548, 553, 564, 567, 570-772. Octavo notebook, black three-quarter leather, blue cloth sides. "LEDGER" stamped in gold on spine, and paper label lettered in ink, "570-772." (Rota 8)

General note

Also available on Clark Library microfilm no. 1776
 

Publishing contracts, Subseries 2. 1929-1946 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of contracts and correspondence between Eric and Mary Gill and various publishers regarding the printing and publishing of written and engraved works by Gill. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 121, Folder 10

Bodley Head, Limited, 1933

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contract between Eric Gill and Bodley Head, Limited, for the printing and publishing of Gill's Art.
Folder 121, Folder 11

Cape, Jonathan, Limited, 1929-1946

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contracts and correspondence between Eric Gill and Jonathan Cape, Limited for the publishing of Gill's Autobiography and Clothes, as well as publishing contracts and correspondence between Mary Gill and Jonathan Cape for the publishing of Eric Gill's Last Essays, In a Strange Land, and The Letters of Eric Gill.
Folder 121, Folder 12

Cassell and Company, Limited, 1929-1933

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between Eric Gill and Cassell and Company regarding the printing and publishing of Gill's Art Nonsense and other essays by Eric Gill.
Folder 121, Folder 13

Cleverdon, Douglas, undated

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contract between Eric Gill and Douglas Cleverdon for the engraving work done by Gill for Art and Love.
Folder 121, Folder 14

Faber and Faber, 1935

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contracts between Eric Gill and Faber and Faber for the printing and publishing of Gill's The Necessity of Belief and Work and Leisure.
Folder 121, Folder 15

Golden Cockerel Press, 1927-1938

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between Eric Gill and Golden Cockerel Press regarding engraving work done by Gill for works including Art and Prudence, The Canterbury Tales, and The Travels and Sufferings of Father Jean Brebeuf. Also included is a work contract between Eric Gill and Golden Cockerel Press.
Folder 121, Folder 16

Hague and Gill, 1938

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between Eric Gill and Hague and Gill for the printing and publishing of Gill's 25 Nudes.
Folder 121, Folder 17

J.M. Dent and Sons, 1941

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contract between Mary Gill and J.M. Dent and Sons for the printing and publishing of (provisionally) Last Essays by Eric Gill.
Folder 121, Folder 18

Nicholson, Ivor and Watson, Limited, 1937-1938

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between Eric Gill and Reverend Valentine Elwes, Reverend Claud Williamson, and Graham Watson of Ivor Nicholson and Watson, Limited regarding the publishing of Great Catholics, a work which Gill contributed an essay to.
Folder 121, Folder 19

Sheed and Ward, Limited, 1932

Scope and Contents note

Draft of publishing contract and correspondence between Eric Gill and Sheed and Ward, Limited for the printing and publishing of Gill's Essays on Art and Prudennce.
Folder 121, Folder 20

Sheldon Press, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Publishing contract and correspodence between Eric Gill and Sheldon Press for the printing and publishing of Gill's Christianity and the Machine Age.
 

Accounts, Subseries 3. 1920-1940 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of account documents with institutions, or regarding projects such as Capel-y-ffin, the Guild of SS Joseph and Dominic, Hague and Gill, the Monotype Corporation and Pigotts, as well as annual records of receipts and payments accounts. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 121, Folder 1

1901

Folder 121, Folder 2

Capel-y-ffin, 1935-1940 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Bills, accounts, and correspondence concerning the rebuilding of Capel-y-ffin. Includes a photographic postcard of the chapel at Capel-y-ffin and several sketches. Also includes a schedule of deeds, 1935, made out to Mrs. Ethel Foster (Mary) Gill regarding the Monastery and Convent of Llanthony in the Parish of Llanigon, Brecon.
Folder 121, Folder 3

Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic, 1920-1927

Scope and Contents note

Legal documents and manuscripts concerning the constitution and finances of the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic collected by Gill at his departure from the Ditchling community. Includes ephemera from the St. Dominic's Press, and correspondence between Hilary Pepler and Eric Gill. Also includes a ten-page autograph manuscript by Gill on his business relations with Pepler.
Folder 121, Folder 4

Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic, 1921-1922

Scope and Contents note

Collection of Spoil Bank Association printed matter regarding the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic.

General note

Source = Wolseley Fine Arts, 1996.
Folder 121, Folder 5

Hague and Gill, 1930-1940 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, meeting minutes, account statements, publishing estimates for Arabian Nights and 25 nudes, royalty statemtnts, clippings, a 1934 blueprint of Hague and Gill printshop, notes from Rene Hague about Hague and Gill, Ltd. and a 1936 sketch by Gill of the Hague and Gill premesis.
Folder 121, Folder 6

Lion of S. Mark 1934

Scope and Contents note

Signed manuscript in Gill's handwriting of estimated expenses incurred for the production of a lion carved of Jerusalem stone.
Folder 121, Folder 7

Monotype Corporation, 1937?

Scope and Contents note

Includes two typescript lists (one edited by Eric Gill) of checks received from 1926-1937 noting date, amount and purpose, and a typescript document estimating costs for casting equipment and master printers as well as probable profit for Monotype.
Folder 121, Folder 8

Pigotts, 1929-1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes contracts and correspondence with telephone and electric companies regarding Pigotts.
Folder 121, Folder 9

Receipts and payment accounts, 1928-1938

Scope and Contents note

Annual records of receipts and payment accounts, signed by certified accountants.
 

Estate documents, Subseries 4. 1937-1984 and undated

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of photocopies of Eric and Mary Gill's wills, a memorandum Eric Gill wrote in October 1940 regarding his funeral, two copyright documents and miscellaneous items. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 122, Folder 1

Gills wills, etc., 1940-1981 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Photocopies of Eric and Mary Gill's wills, an Eric Gill funeral memo and copyright documents.

General note

Gift of Christopher Skelton, November 10, 1981. From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-4G.
Folder 122, Folder 2

Last will and testament and codicil, 1937-1940

Scope and Contents note

Typescript draft of Eric Gill's last will and testament, May 4, 1937, with manuscript corrections. Also includes a separate codicil to the will, October 23, 1940.

General note

The items were previously housed in an oversize archival folder with a Clark bookplate noting "Gift of Myron Laskin."
Purchase, 1997 (MS.1997.008).
Folder 122, Folder 3

Miscellaneous, 1971-1984

 

Miscellaneous business papers, Subseries 5. 1900-1961

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of estimates for work to be executed by Eric Gill, estimates for reproducing Gill artwork from various firms, Gill's statements of work done for Rainforth Armitage Walker, an income tax account document, insurance policies, lawsuit documents, real estate documents, investment and loan documents, documents from stone quarries, indenture documents, documents concerning art supplies and other purchases made by Eric Gill, and a civil list pension and a stock certificate for Mary Gill. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 122, Folder 4

Civil list pension, 1944

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence regarding Mary Gill's civil list pension.

General note

Source = Jonathan Hill, Sotheby's sale 9 Nov. 1981 item 139 inv. From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-12G.
Folder 122, Folder 5

Documents concerning art supplies and other purchases made by Eric Gill, 1925-1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes invoices, estimates and correspondence.
Folder 122, Folder 6-7

Documents from stone quarries, 1925-1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes invoices, estimates and correspondence.
Folder 122, Folder 8

Estimates for printing and illustration by Eric Gill, ca. 1929-1935

Scope and Contents note

Estimates for printing and illustration to be executed by Eric Gill, including the Cranach Press Song of Solomon and the Limited Editions Club Hamlet.
Folder 122, Folder 9

Estimates for reproducing Gill artwork

Folder 122, Folder 10

Estimates for sculptural and inscriptional work by Eric Gill, ca. 1929-1935

Folder 122, Folder 11

Gill's print sales

Folder 122, Folder 12

Gill's statements of work done for Rainforth Armitage Walker, 1928-1931

Folder 123, Folder 1

Income tax account, 1903-1937

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript income tax account in Eric Gill's hand recording income for the years 1903-1937.
Folder 123, Folder 2

Indenture documents, 1900-1912

Scope and Contents note

Two indentures, one is Gill's dated April 19, 1900 for five years to an architect, Wm.D. Carol, and the other, May 7, 1912, is a draft in Gill's holograph for the apprenticeship of Albert Leaney to Gill for seven years.

General note

Source = G.F. Sims, 1970.
Folder 123, Folder 3

Indenture documents, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes several manuscript documents regarding John Skelton, Eric Gill's nephew and apprentice, and an incomplete indenture contract from 1940.
Folder 123, Folder 4

Insurance policies, 1929-1940

Scope and Contents note

Policies for fire and property insurance made out to Eric Gill, 1929-1940, including inventories and correspondence regarding Gill's property Capel-y-ffin and Pigotts, and papers concerning mortgage payments.
Folder 123, Folder 5

Insurance policies, 1909-1940

Scope and Contents note

One burglary, theft and fire policy made out to L. McDonald Gill, 1909; two fire policies made out to L. King, 1916 and 1922; one cargo policy made out to Eric Gill, 1935, for one carton containing two samples of stone; and one hand disablement policy made out to Eric Gill with three renewal policies for 1938-1940.

General note

Source = Jonathan Hill, Sotheby's sale 9 Nov. 1981 item 139 inv. From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-12G.
Folder 123, Folder 6

Investment and loan documents, 1932-1940

Scope and Contents note

Papers and correspondence concerning investments and loans, addressed to Eric and Ethel Gill.
Folder 123, Folder 7

Lawsuits, 1926

Scope and Contents note

Copy of affidavit regarding the lawsuit between Eric Gill, Plaintiff, and Harry Douglas Clark Pepler, Defendant.
Folder 123, Folder 8

Money owed Gill and schedules for completion of work, etc., 1916-1931

Scope and Contents note

Includes lists in Gill's hand of money owed him, schedules for completion of work, etc.
Folder 123, Folder 9-11

Pigott's chapel records, 1929-1961

Scope and Contents note

Manuscript collection of records, correspondence and finanancial statements regarding Pigott's chapel. Records consist of shedules of masses 1929-1961, kept by Eric Gill, Mary Gill and unidentified person. Correspondence ranges from 1946-1950 between Mary Gill and priests, etc.
Folder 123, Folder 12

Real estate documents, 1905-1939

Scope and Contents note

Consists of a copy of an agreement for letting between Douglas Whitlock and Eric Gill, 1905; a document concerning the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Tithe Annuities Apportionment Act, 1921, signed by Eric Gill, 1931, and a housing agreement between Eric Gill and R.G.H. of Hague's House, 1939.

General note

Source = Jonathan Hill, Sotheby's sale 9 Nov. 1981 item 139 inv. From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-12G.
Folder 123, Folder 13

Stock certificate, 1905

Scope and Contents note

Stock certificate made out to Ethel F. Moore (Mary) Gill, 1905 for twenty shares of capital stock of The Gold and Platinum Dredging Company of Boston.

General note

Source = Jonathan Hill, Sotheby's sale 9 Nov. 1981 item 139 inv. From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-12G.
Box 165

"Estimate of work required to be done in the erection and completion of a Catholic Church, Saint Peter the Apostle, at Lowestoft Road, Gorleston-on-Sea, for the Diocese of Northampton," November 1938

Scope and Contents note

Bound volume
 

Printed material, Series 7. 1909-2003 and undated

General Physical Description note: 16.29 linear feet (36 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

The series is arranged into five subseries; Catalogs, Clippings, Ephemera and Periodicals.
 

Catalogs, Subseries 1. 1949-1998

General Physical Description note: .9 linear feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

Booksellers and exhibition catalogs. The subseries is arranged by subject, then date.
Folder 124, Folder 1-16

Booksellers, 1951-1995 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Booksellers catalogs advertising Golden Cockerell Press and Eric Gill items for sale including books, woodblocks, proof engravings, manuscripts, prints and drawings.

General note

Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-1G.
Folder 125, Folder 1-10

Exhibition, 1949-1998 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Consists of exhibition catalogs of Eric Gill's work with a substantial number of catalogs honoring Eric Gill's centenary (1982). Also includes a joint exhibition catalog of work by Gill, Denis Tegetmeier and David Jones as well as catalogs for solo exhibitions of Joanna Gill's childhood drawings and Denis Tegetmeier's work. Includes miscellaneous items such as an undated promotional ad from Monotype advertising seven new Gill Sans fonts.

General note

Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-2G.
 

Clippings, Subseries 2. 1909-1950 and undated

General Physical Description note: 3 linear feet (9 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

Consists of loose and bound newspaper and magazine clippings regarding Eric Gill and his work; reviews of Gill's art and published works, articles on Gill, Gill's reviews of other's works, lectures and articles written by Gill and articles written by Gill's friends. Publications include The New Catholic Times, The Freewoman, The Tablet, The Highway, The New Witness and Catholic Herald. The subseries is arranged by format of material, such as loose clippings, scrapbooks, then chronologically.
Loose clippings pertaining to a specific manuscript work are filed with that work in Series 2. Professional papers, subseries A. Manuscripts. Complete newspapers and magazines pertaining to a specific manuscript work are filed in Clippings.
Folder 126, Folder 1-15

Clippings, 1909-1934

Folder 127, Folder 1-7

Clippings, 1935-1937

Folder 128, Folder 1-8

Clippings, 1938-1946 and undated

Folder 129, Folder 1-6

Press clippings and articles by Gill's friends, 1922-1950 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes press clippings and copies of articles by friends of Eric Gill found in his file.
Box 130-133

Clippings scrapbooks, v.1-v.4, 1914-1938

General Physical Description note: 4 volumes

Scope and Contents note

Clippings scrapbooks concerning Eric Gill and his work. Volume 1 includes a general index, lists of wood-engravings and sculptures and an index of newspapers, journals, etc.

General note

Gift of Mabel Gill, June 1969.
Box 134

Gill's clippings scrapbook, undated

Scope and Contents note

Two scrapbooks bound in one volume. One is "Clothes with and without cloth" and the second is "Scraps etc.", both consisting of newspaper and magazine illustrations, some annotated with Gill's holograph comments. The latter includes a number of reproductions of images of Gill and his work.
 

Ephemera, Subseries 3. 1914-2003 and undated

General Physical Description note: 5.49 linear feet (11 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

Includes dust jackets, proofs of Clark blocks, pamphlets, prospectuses, Douglas Pepler's The Game magazine, exhibition annoucements, greeting cards, invitations, programmes, pamphlets, dealer files and commercial work. The Clark's arrangement by topic or format of material was retained during processing.
Folder 135, Folder 1-49

Dust jackets, undated

Scope and Contents note

Primarily New Temple Shakespeare editions with engravings by Gill. Dust jackets are arranged by title.

General note

Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-5G and 6G.
Folder 136, Folder 1-34

Game, The, 1916-1923

Scope and Contents note

Several volumes of Douglas Pepler's "The Game, an occasional magazine": Vol.1, no.1-Vol.6, no.34. Magazines are arranged by volume number.

General note

Cataloged. Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-13G.
Folder 137, Folder 1-9

Dealer files and miscellaneous ephemera 1920-1965 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes dealer description and correspondence material regarding Eric and Joanna Gill items for sale as well as press clippings, handbooks, lecture announcements, postcards (several photo), prospectuses and type specimens. Also includes a Gill family tree. Ephemera is arranged chronologically.

General note

Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-8G, Box-9G and Box-10G, uncataloged. Dealer files from former box Press Coll. Gill Box-15G.
Folder 138, Folder 1-4

Miscellaneous ephemera 1966-1999

Scope and Contents note

Includes reviews and publicity for Fiona McCarthy "Eric Gill" and Eric Gill Collection bookplate items.
Folder 139, Folder 1

Miscellaneous ephemera ca. 2003

Scope and Contents note

Contains a Gill family tree document.

General note

Gift from Eric Gill's grandson, Eric Williams, June 2003.
Folder 140, Folder 1-8

Miscellaneous ephemera, 1946-1950

Scope and Contents note

Contains series of souvenir programs for High Wycombe Repertory Theater. Programs are arranged chronologically.

General note

Source = Lot 80, Sotheby's Sale, Nov. 9, 1981. Fomerly Press Coll. Gill Box-7G, uncataloged.
Folder 141, Folder 1-4

Miscellaneous ephemera, 1946-1958 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes advertisements, dust jackets, exhibition announcements, invitations, printed cards, programs and miscellaneous items. Ephemera is arranged chronologically.

General note

Source = Lot 80, Sotheby's Sale, Nov. 9, 1981. Fomerly Press Coll. Gill Box-7G, uncataloged.
Folder 142, Folder 1-3

Pamphlets, 1917-1956 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Consists of pamphlets by and about Gill. By Gill: Art and manufacture - Handworkers' pamphlet; Essential perfection; Slavery and Freedom; Stations of the Cross. About Gill: Stanford University's catalog of an exhibition of Eric Gill, etc. Also included are several Latin Press pamphlets from Gill's collection. Pamphlets are arranged by collection, then by date.

General note

Pamphlets by and about Gill are from former box Press Coll. Gill Box-14G. Latin Press pamphlets source = G.F. Sims.
Folder 142, Folder 4-7

Welfare Handbooks, 1919-1923

Scope and Contents note

Handbooks printed and published at St. Dominic's Press, Ditchling, Sussex. Nos. 1-10, missing #1 and 5. Arranged chronologically.

General note

Cataloged. Various sources = Rota; E. Mathews; Cosmopolitan Science and Art Service Company, Inc.; Dawson's; Waterfield. Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-22G.
Box 143

Proofs of Clark blocks, 1908-1940

Scope and Contents note

Physick 1-993.

General note

Substantial number of proofs pulled by Saul Marks of The Plantin Press.
Folder 144, Folder 1-14

Prospectuses, 1916-1995 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Prospectuses for Eric Gill's and others works. Includes prospectuses for Faber and Faber's "Engravings 1928-1933" and "Money and Morals", Christopher Skelton's "The Engravings of Eric Gill", the Golden Cockerel Press' "The Lord's Song", books published at St. Dominic's Press, Ditchling, books printed by Hague and Gill and a specimen page for "The Green Ship". Also included are several non-Gill related prospectuses possibly collected by Gill.

General note

Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-18G. "Selected engravings by Eric Gill" (EG 1593) item was originally located in the Gill art flat file drawers.
Folder 145, Folder 1-6

St. Dominic's press, 1916-1995 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains St. Dominic's press founding items, catalogs, broadsides, engravings, proofs and miscellaneous publications and printed items. Also includes works by Hilary Douglas Clark Pepler. Arranged chronologically.

General note

"Adeste fideles.." [1916] noted as missing 11/3/1981. Formerly Press Coll. Gill Box-19G and 21G (cataloged) and Box-20G (uncataloged).
 

Periodicals, Subseries 4. 1909-1966 and undated

General Physical Description note: 6.9 linear feet (14 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

Consists of journal and periodical items that include reviews of Gill's art and published works, articles about Gill, Gill's reviews of other's works, lectures, articles and letters written by Gill and articles written by Gill's friends and colleagues. Also included are several items published by Cecil Gill after Eric Gill's death. Publications consist largely of Gill's own copies, some with Gill's annotations, and include The Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects, The Architect and Building News, The Architect's Journal, The Socialist Review, The Listener, The Highway, Artwork, Order and The University Catholic Review. Many items have hand written or typed notes generated by former Clark staff describing the item and often include a number at the top right corner referencing the associated Evan Gill bibliography item. The Clark's numerical arrangement by Evan Gill's bibliography numbers was not retained as the materials were rearranged chronologically.
Folder 146, Folder 1-11

Periodicals, 1909-1926

Box 147

Collection of periodicals, 1910-1951

Scope and Contents note

Periodicals by or concerning Gill. Arranged chronologically.

General note

Source = Mabel Gill, June 1969.
Folder 148, Folder 1-2

Periodicals, 1923-1927

Box 149

Periodicals, 1924

General note

Oversize item.
Folder 150, Folder 1-6

Periodicals, 1928-1929

Folder 151, Folder 1-8

Periodicals, 1930-1931

Folder 152, Folder 1-8

Periodicals, 1932-1933

Folder 153, Folder 1-8

Periodicals, 1934

Folder 154, Folder 1-10

Periodicals, 1935-1936

Folder 155-156, Folder 1-6

Periodicals, 1937

Folder 157, Folder 1-6

Periodicals, 1938

Folder 158, Folder 1-11

Periodicals, 1939-1940

Folder 159, Folder 1-10

Periodicals, 1941-1966 and undated

 

Topical material, Series 8. 1893-1967 and undated

General Physical Description note: 1.5 linear feet (4 boxes)

Scope and Contents note

This series contains Gill and Gill related miscellaneous files and two objects. The series is arranged by format of material, then by title.
Box 160

Change of address, 1908

Scope and Contents note

Gill's change of address form.

General note

From former box Press Coll. Gill Box-15G.
Box 160

Institute of builders, The, 1932

Scope and Contents note

Annual dinner program.
Box 160

Merit award, 1897

Scope and Contents note

Gill's merit award for writing.
Box 160

Hutton, John, Testimonial, 1915

Box 160

List of things in Eric Gill's pocket, ca. 1893

Box 160

Academie Europeenne Mediterranee project, 1930-1933 and undated

Box 160

Housemaker's Society, 1906-1910 and undated

Box 160

Care of copper and magnesium plates - transfer of designs, 1967 and undated

Box 160

Capel-y-ffin school, 1935 and undated

Box 160

Miscellaneous papers, etc., 1939-1940 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes three small proofs.
Box 160

Personal - Army experiences, matters at Ditchling, etc., 1936-1941 and undated

General note

Contains several pencil sketches.
Box 160

Elementary (2d grade) perspective book, 1899

Scope and Contents note

Gill's book inscribed "E R Gill, 1899".

General note

Source = G.F. Sims
Box 161

Poetry, 1914-1934 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Poetry mostly by Gill with the exception of one item by Hilary [Pepler?], Christmas, 1922 and one item by Sanchia Attwater, Christmas, 1924.
Box 161

Postage stamps, 1935-1940 and undated

Box 161

Quotations, 1928-1940 and undated

Scope and Contents note

Quotations from other writers copied by Gill.
Box 161

Projects Gill never completed, 1913-1938 and undated

Box 161

Westminster mosaic controversy, 1931-1937

Box 161

Wedding invitation design, 1930

Scope and Contents note

Consists of the original drawing by Gill for the invitation to the wedding of his daughther Petra and Denis Tegetmeier, 1930, with a proof of the invitation and one as issued on hand made paper.

General note

Source = G.F. Sims.
Box 162

Address file box, undated

Scope and Contents note

Gill's address file box consisting of 147 3x5 cards mostly in Gill's holograpgh, some typed.
Box 163

Eric Gill album, undated

Scope and Contents note

Album of Gill material collected by John Charles Tarr, including signed proofs from "Twenty-five nudes", proofs from "The Song of songs," "The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity" and "The Canterbury Tales", reproductions of Gill and his sculptures, bookplates, type samples, etc. Photographs include sculptures for the Broadcasting House, Leeds War Memorial, "Mankind" at the Tate Gallery. Also includes a photo postcard of Gill's works from Gill to Stanley Morison.

General note

Originally bound, now with detached spine.
 

Addenda (2008): Correspondence with David Hennessy and Dorothy Day, with related materials, Series 9. 1935-1953, undated.

Physical Description: 0.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence primarily with David Hennessey and Dorothy Day, as well as some others, mostly regarding publications and Catholicism. A selection of Gill ephemera collected by Hennessey is also included.
 

Correspondence, Subseries 10.A. 1936-1944, undated

Folder 164, Folder 14

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, May 8, 1936

Folder 164, Folder 5

To "Editors" from Eric Gill, January 9, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 6

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, January 9, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 33

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, February 5, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 29

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, February 10, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 8

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, February 20, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 27

To [Dorothy Day] from Eric Gill, March 4, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 13

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, March 25, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 16

"Art in England now -- as it seems to me," typescript of broadcast talk by Eric Gill, with additions, June 15, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 36

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, September 18, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 11

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, November 19, 1937

Folder 164, Folder 26

To David Hennessy from A.K. Coomaraswamy, June 13, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 7

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, June 15, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 2

To Father John O'Connor from Eric Gill, October 11, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 4

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, October 13, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 17

To David Hennessy from John O'Connor, October 17, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 3

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, October 28, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 35

To "The Catholic Worker" from Eric Gill, [December 1938]

Folder 164, Folder 34

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, June 16, 1939

Folder 164, Folder 10

To William M. Callahan (at the Catholic Worker) from Eric Gill, July 20, 1939

Folder 164, Folder 31

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, August 21, 1939

Folder 164, Folder 9

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, September 25, 1939

Folder 164, Folder 28

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, December 28, 1939

Folder 164, Folder 30

To Dorothy Day ["Dorothy Mott"] from Eric Gill, January 5, 1940

Folder 164, Folder 32

To Dorothy Day from Eric Gill, February 9, 1940

Folder 164, Folder 12

To David Hennessy from Eric Gill, July 10, 1940

Folder 164, Folder 25

To David Hennessy from A.K. Coomaraswamy, December 1, 1940

Folder 164, Folder 1

To David Hennessy from Dorothy Day, [February 1942]

Folder 164, Folder 18

To David Hennessy from Maisie Sheed, Sheed and Ward publishers, September 8, 1943

Folder 164, Folder 19

To David Hennessy from Maisie Sheed, Sheed and Ward publishers, November 20, 1944

Folder 164, Folder 15

Manuscript critique of Dorothy Day/Catholic Worker pamphlet by Eric Gill, undated

Folder 164, Folder 20

To David Hennessy from Mary Gill, undated

General Physical Description note: Printed Christmas card by Eric Gill.
Folder 164, Folder 21

Printed Christmas card by Eric Gill, signed by Evan R. Gill, undated

Folder 164, Folder 22

Prayer in calligraphy, perhaps by Eric Gill, undated

Folder 164, Folder 23

Aphorism in calligraphy, perhaps by Eric Gill, undated

Folder 164, Folder 24

Photographs of Eric Gill by Howard Coster, undated

 

Ephemera, Subseries 10.B. 1935-1953, undated

Folder 164, Folder 37

Photostatic copy of letter to "Mr. Temple" from Eric Gill, November 26, 1935

Folder 164, Folder 38

Postcard to David Hennessy from "G.," September 6, 1943

Folder 164, Folder 39

Copy of letter to "Father John" [O'Connor?] from Eric Gill, October 11, 1938

Folder 164, Folder 40

Published photograph of the "Glastonbury Madonna," undated

Folder 164, Folder 41

"Of Interest to Women" column from "The Torch" mentioning Gill, May 1942

Folder 164, Folder 42

Issue of "Unity" with article by Eric Gill, April 1941

Folder 164, Folder 43

Prayer card for Eric Gill and letterhead from Aquinas Library, South Bend, Ind., undated

Folder 164, Folder 44

"It all goes together" advertising postcard and letterhead from Junipero Serra Shop, San Francisco, undated

Folder 164, Folder 45

Gill publication advertisement postcards from David Hennessy's shop, undated

Folder 164, Folder 46

Eric Gill woodcut print clipped from unknown publication, undated

Folder 164, Folder 47

Advertising pamphlet for Evan Gill's Bibliography of Eric Gill, 1953?

Folder 164, Folder 48

Dustjacket for Sacred and secular, undated

Folder 164, Folder 49

Letter to Rev. Anthony Noviello from Bishop William J. Hafey of Scranton, Pa., August 31, 1945

General Physical Description note: Regarding potential official approbation of Gill.
Folder 164, Folder 50

Advertisement for It all goes together, undated

Folder 164, Folder 51

Eric Gill newspaper article on work, undated

Folder 164, Folder 52

Letter to David Hennessy from "G---?ham," July 23, 1943

Folder 164, Folder 53

Printing proof of Gill essay on "Work and culture," undated