Hewitt, William Graily, scribe

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referencedIn WALDEN POND: by David Henry Thoreau, calligraphically written by William Graily Hewitt; London, 1917 (colophon, f. 50v). English. Written for 'Jean', identified by the donor as a pet name for Graily Hewitt's wife, Lilian (?). Presented by David Mure ..., 1917 British Library
creatorOf MILLAR BEQUEST. Vol. XXXI. Specimens of calligraphy and gilding by William Graily Hewitt (d.1952); 20th cent. Ibid., pl. XXIV. Most of these leaves were sent, presumably to Millar himself, as Christmas cards. Two decorated initials (f. 1) are by Grai..., 20th century British Library
referencedIn Vol. XI (ff. 149). 1925-1938, n.d.includes:f. 1 Sir William Hamo Thornycroft, sculptor: Letter to Miss May Morris: 1925.ff. 2, 13 Anna Simons, German calligrapher: Letters to Miss May Morris: 1925, 1927.f. 5 Welbore St Clair Baddeley, of Painsw..., 1925-1938 British Library
creatorOf MILLAR BEQUEST. Vol. XIX. St Antoninus of Florence, 'Interroghatorio', written in Italy, possibly Florence; third quarter of the 15th cent. Italian. One of the Confessionale composed by St Antoninus Forciglioni, Dominican Archbishop of Florence (d.14... British Library
creatorOf Communion Service, calligraphically written in black, red and gold, by Graily Hewitt and partly illuminated by Allan Francis Vigers, the decoration being left incomplete at the latter's death in August 1921. Seven gatherings of two leaves, only two o..., 1921 British Library
referencedIn GRAILY HEWITT. Vol. I. Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. Vellum; ff. i+18. 195 x 148mm.Art. Treatises: Calligraphy: Recipes: Omar Khayyám: William Graily Hewitt, scribe: The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, calligraphically written, as an exercise in preparing reci... British Library
creatorOf CORRESPONDENCE, ETC., OF EDWARD JOHNSTON (b. 1872, d. 1944), calligrapher; 1904-1923. Most of the papers relate to the Society of Calligraphers, of which Johnston was President from 1906 to 1910. Other contents include a draft of a testimonial by J..., 1904-1923 British Library
creatorOf ORDER OF SERVICE: for the wedding of Lilian Maud Peebles and William Graily Hewitt; 29 July 1908 (colophon, f. 1). English. Calligraphically written by Graily Hewitt. Presented by David Mure Wacher, nephew of Graily Hewitt's wife, Lilian. Vellum; ff.... British Library
creatorOf BOOK OF CALLIGRAPHIC SPECIMENS: by members of the Manuscript Club, for presentation, as a token of appreciation, to William Graily Hewitt; assembled on 1 July 1938. English, Latin and French. Many pieces are illuminated as well as calligraphically wr... British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper; ff. 122. British Library arrangement. A. Two letters from Benjamin Disraeli to Major the Hon. C. J. Keith-Falconer, Conservative party organizer, on the subjects of female suffrage and Conservative policy conc..., 1400-1980 British Library
creatorOf WILLIAM GRAILY HEWITT: quill pen used by the scribe and illuminator Graily Hewitt (b.1864, d.1952) found in his workshop after his death; bef. 1952. Boxed with his gold burnisher, Add. 63500. For further items associated with Graily Hewitt, see Add. ... British Library
referencedIn GRAILY HEWITT. Vol. II. Note-book with recipes. Paper; ff. 21. 90 x 55mm.Art. Treatises: Calligraphy: Recipes: Omar Khayyám: William Graily Hewitt, scribe: The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, calligraphically written, as an exercise in preparing recipes fo... British Library
creatorOf GRAILY HEWITT WORKSHOP MANUSCRIPTS; circa 1922-1956, n.d. Sketches, rough page layouts and miscellaneous materials from the workshop of William Graily Hewitt (1864-1952), scribe and illuminator. The collection includes work by Graily Hewitt's associa..., approximately 1922-1956 British Library
referencedIn 'HOUSE OF LORDS. IN PIAM MEMORIAM MCMXIV-MCMXIX': a typewritten copy of the text of the Memorial Book in two volumes, thus entitled, calligraphically written by William Graily Hewitt and Ida D. Henstock in 1927 and preserved in the Library of the Hou..., 1927 British Library
creatorOf COCKERELL PAPERS. Vol. XCIX (ff. 224). Hav-Hew.includes:f. 1 Val Havers-Morgan, artist: Letter to S. C. Cockerell: 1911.f. 2 Ethel Havers-Morgan, wife of V Havers-Morgan: Letter to S. C. Cockerell: 1912.ff. 3-8 Dorothy Hawksley, artist: Postcar... British Library
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