Brighton Press archive, 1985-2001.


Brighton Press archive, 1985-2001.

Documentation of the collaborative and production processes of Brighton Press for the period 1985-2001. The collection includes correspondence with writers and artists, publicity materials, notes, woodcut blocks, etching plates, plate proofs, mock-ups, trial housings, and other production materials for twenty-three of the works produced by the press between 1985 and 2001.

32.3 lin. ft. (10 archives boxes, 2 records cartons, 1 card file box, 181 oversize folders, and 26 art bin items)

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