5 edition of Francis Meynell of the Nonesuch Press. found in the catalog.
The Stanley Morison memorial lecture, 17 October 1979, at Manchester Polytechnic.
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She was the daughter of Edith Wynne anda German born financier who had underwritten several stock market flotations in the late 19th century including and.
" Family [ ] Meynell married three times. Dame Alix Meynell 1988 Public Servant, Private Woman: An Autobiography Notes [ ]• He was granted exemption from combatant service only, and surrendered himself to the civil police on 29 January 1917. With her companion,she provided support and funding for him in 1916 to start the Pelican Press and also helped with funding for the Daily Herald. Full limp vellum with leather thongs, ornament stamped in gold on front, title stamped in gold on spine, top edge gilt.
His first wife was Hilda Peppercorn 1886-1962daughter of painter. Hay at the Nonesuch Press, and printed on Van Gelderpaper at the Curwen Press. : Eyes of Youth: A Book of Verse second edition; London: Herbert and Daniel, 1911also contrib.
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Meynell was knighted in 1946 and in the same year married 1903—1999 , a civil servant with the Board of Trade.