Stone, W. Clement, 1902-2002Alternative names
William Stone was a graduate of Antioch College and the School for Graphic Design in Stockholm, Sweden, where he studied typography and calligraphy. After working at the Franklin Mint and as art director at Embossing Printers, Inc., Stone founded Sequoia Press in 1950. Specializing in fine typography, the Sequoia Press designed and printed corporate magazines and newsletters and participated in the Liber Liborum international Bible project.
From the description of William Stone/Sequoia Press collection, 1949-1979. (University of Illinois-Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 61185792
From the description of Lectures, 1972. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553271
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