Publishers and publishing
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Books and ephemera issued by the AIGA, including the AIGA Journal, Fifty books of the year, Children’s book show and other AIGA exhibition catalogues, and other miscellaneous publications.
Brooke Palmieri describes themselves as "a writer, printmaker, and sculptor working at the intersections of history, memory, and gender-bending alternate realities." Prints and printed ephemera created by Brooke Palmieri, mostly under the name of their company Camp Books. The primary focus of the works is queer history and politics.
Editor-in-Chief of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Contains biographical materials, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, speeches, and publications.
Elizabeth Biller Chapman collection of materials related to Sylvia Kamerman Burack and Abraham Burack
These biographical papers contain reminiscences by Elizabeth Biller Chapman about her parents, Sylvia Kamerman Burack (Smith College Class of 1938) and Abraham Burack. Sylvia Burack (1916-2003) and Abraham Burack (1908-1978) were editors and publishers of the magazine The Writer and wrote and edited other texts. The collection also includes documents, photographs, and printed materials relating to them, as well as poems by Chapman about her parents.
Editor and serious collector of the work of the Bloomsbury Group, Virginia Woolf, and other associated with her. Includes correspondence, a collection of scrapbooks containing articles and images related to Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group, reading notes, drafts of essays, notes and galley proofs for Richardson's A Bloomsbury Iconography, and artwork.
The materials include designs, sketches, layouts, typographic and lithographic proofs, films, one lithographic plate, exhibition labels, correspondence, and notes by the artist; approximately 150 items.
Books, pamphlets, and ephemera printed at the Harbor Press, including exhibition catalogues, bookseller’s catalogues, cards, bookplates, Harbor Press announcements and book lists, and sections printed for the journal The Colophon.
Papers collected by the Houghton Mifflin Company for their 1989 publication of Anne Stevenson's biography Bitter Fame: A Life of Sylvia Plath. Includes correspondence and legal papers concerning the project, as well as research notes, drafts, corrections, press clippings, and photocopies of illustrations.
Jane Dupree Richardson is a free-lance writer, editor, translator, and editor/publisher of "Annotated Bibliography of Published Women's Diaries" in 1977 and of "Women's Diaries, a Quarterly Newsletter." The collection consist of personal and professional papers of Richardson, including diaries (original and photocopies) and financial and business material related to her "Women's Diaries Newsletter." The collection contains two boxes of diaries by socialite and traveler Katrin Vietor.
Founded in 1985, the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion is the oldest of its kind. It publishes two issues a year which include articles from multiple disciplines and special sections on timely topics. The collection contains submitted manuscripts and evaluations, correspondence, and records of meetings, conferences, finances and other organizational papers.
Alumnae, founder of the Hampshire Book Shop, writer, professor, History and Art of the Book. Collection contains biographical materials, photographs, correspondence, documents related to the Hampshire Bookshop (predecessor to the Grecourt Bookstore), and writings.
Mary Thom was a feminist activist, author and editor of Ms Magazine. The materials in this collection document Thom's personal and professional life. They include correspondence; manuscript drafts; research and interviews for her biography of Bella Abzug and Ms. magazine projects; published works by Thom and others; and photographs.
Journalist; Editor. Papers include material related primarily to her newspaper work. It includes a diary and scrapbooks of articles and travels from her time with the New York Journal American, correspondence with Mina Kirstein Curtiss, research files for a New York Times sex discrimination case, books and book publicity materials, and files from her work at "Business World."
The collection contains papers relating to Michele Kort's book projects, childhood history, "Ms. Magazine" and other publications, photographs, audio interview recordings, correspondence, research, articles, and manuscript drafts, including considerable material related to Laura Nyro.
Moon Journal, formerly Prarie Moon ReadOut!, grew out of monthly poetry readings at the Prarie Moon Feminist Books and Women Friendly Space in Arlington Heights, Illinois. This collection is comprised of periodicals and chapbooks published by Moon Journal Press, as well as "herstorical" material, ephemera, and photographs.
This collection contains printed materials from private presses, publishers, and artists, including prospectuses, sample pages, and cards. It was curated by the staff of the Mortimer Rare Book Collection
The collection contains the office files of Ms. Magazine, a magazine edited, published, and written by women, focusing on women's issues and the women's movement, including fiction, poetry, readers' letters, and "No Comment" column on sexist journalism and ads.
The Pat Carbine papers documents the personal and professional life of Pat Carbine, one of Ms. Magazine’s founding editors and their publisher between 1972 and 1987.
The publishing firm of Payson and Clarke was founded by William Farquhar Payson and James L. Clarke in New York in 1924. The collection contains printed ephemera, including book prospectuses, announcements, proof copies of pages and book covers and dust jackets, stationery, letterheads, handwritten notes, typescripts of book advertisement copy, paper samples, and layout sketches (including four original drawings).
The Pennyroyal Press was established in 1976 by Barry Moser to publish his illustrated books. The Pennyroyal Press records include the business, legal and production papers for books designed by Barry Moser that were printed at the Hampshire Typothetae.
The collection includes Square Variables: Twelve Studies by Todd Smith; 9/11 and the Aftermath,Postage Stamp Designs / notes by Fritz Eichenberg and Eric Carle; and The human drama--Working in Brooklyn: Artist’s Books,Pickings. Some books were produced under the supervision of Fritz Eichenberg, Eric Carle, or Werner Pfeiffer.
The collection consists of an in-house created sample book of special binding work including leather samples, sample sheets of binding designs and decorations, seven memoranda (1911-1937) and three advertisements from Merriam Co.