Type and type-founding -- Bibliography. : The writings of Stanley Morison : a handlist / compiled by Tony Appleton ; with a biographical & typographical supplement, and essays by Brooke Crutchley & John Dreyfus.
Type and type-founding -- Connecticut. : To the Honorable the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, convened at New-Haven the second Thursday of October AD 1769: [electronic resource] : the memorial of Abel Buell of Killingworth humbly sheweth ...
Type and type-founding -- England -- Oxford -- History. : The Fell revival : describing the casting of the Fell types at the University Press, Oxford, and their use by the Press and others since 1864 (being the year of the revival of their use since their bequest to the University by Bishop John Fell in 1686) : including a handlist of some of the books printed in the Fell types since that year / by Martyn Ould & Martyn Thomas.
Type and type-founding -- England -- Oxford -- History -- 17th century. : John Fell, the University Press and the ̀Fell' types : the punches and matrices designed for printing in the Greek, Latin, English, and Oriental languages bequeathed in 1686 to the University of Oxford / by John Fell, D.D., Delegate of the Press, Dean of Christ Church, Vice-Chancellor of the University, and Bishop of Oxford / by Stanley Morison ; with the assistance of Harry Carter.
Type and type-founding -- Europe, German-speaking -- History. : German incunabula in the British Museum : one hundred & fifty-two facsimile plates of fine book-pages from presses of Germany, German-Switzerland, and Austria-Hungary, printed in the fifteenth century in gothic letter and derived founts / introduction by Stanley Morison.
Type and type-founding -- Europe -- History. : The Typographic book, 1450-1935 : a study of fine typography through five centuries / with an introductory essay by Stanley Morison, and supplementary material by Kenneth Day.
Type and type-founding -- Exhibitions. : Greek printing types 1465-1927 : facsimiles from an exhibition of books illustrating the development of Greek printing shown in the British Museum 1927 / with an historical introduction by Victor Scholderer.