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Book Arts Club of Victoria fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1949 - 1992

The fonds consists of records relating to the preparation of "Letters from Sooke: A Correspondence Between Sir Herbert Read and George Woodcock", including correspondence of Patrick Healey, Benedict Read, George Woodcock, and Howard Gerwing. Also included are a few bound copies of "Letters from Sooke" and a quantity of unbound leaves.

Book Arts Club of Victoria

Bruce and Dorothy Brown collection

  • Collection
  • ca. 2000 B.C.-1970

The collection consists of ancient documents, including a cuneiform tablet and an Egyptian hieroglyph; Medieval and Renaissance documents from England, France, Spain and Italy, 1243-1599, including deeds, charters, illuminated manuscript leaves, letter, letters patent, papal bulls, fragments from religious manuscripts, manuscripts on medicine and magic, a catalogue of English armorial shields, statutes of the Garter, and a manuscript of a Spanish Armelite prioress; modern literary and political manuscripts, records, and autographs, including policies of assurance, letters, and World War I and World War II surrender documents; autographs of various world figures; maps of Europe, Asia and North America; medals, decorations, and flags, mostly from Europe.

Sydney Wayne Jackman collection

  • Collection

The collection consists of two medieval manuscript fragments collected by Sydney Wayne Jackman and originally donated to the Legacy Art Gallery.

Untitled (Illuminated Initial)

The file consists of a gold, red, blue and green ornamental manuscript initial of a group hymn book; cut out of original manuscript. It dates from ca. 1500 and is from Verona, Italy. It was made with gold leaf, tempera, and shell gold on vellum.

Untitled (Parchment Manuscript)

The file consists of a large piece of parchment outlined with red double margins containing Latin text. The delicate, precise calligraphy (style generally used for choir books) is done primarily in brownish colour ink. The capital letters are done in blue and red.