COLLECTIONS: 1 - 20 of 20
18th-century printed vignettes by various artists acquired by Philip Hofer.
Contains ephemera collected by curators of the Printing and Graphic Arts department at Houghton Library, including invitations, pamphlets, brochures, books and booklets, calendars, announcements, typescript samples, and other types of ephemera.
Drawings for the illustrations for Metamorphoses d'Ovide en rondeaux. A Paris : De L'imprimerie royal, 1676
Contains primarily invitations to book talks, launches, and related events, as well as galleys and proofs for books, mainly those for book covers, collected by Philip Hofer.
Collection of etchings by Piranesi from the series Vedute di Roma and Antichitae Romane
Printed and manuscript maps and other miscellaneous examples of work by German type designer and calligrapher Rudolf Koch collected by Philip Hofer.
Paper samples and other material related to papermaking collected by curator and art historian, Philip Hofer.
Collection of cut woodcuts by Hans Holbein the Younger formed by curator and art historian, Philip Hofer.
Correspondence and other papers relating to Hofer's attempt to publish the Henry Hamilton materials owned by the Harvard College Library.
Process blocks for a Christmas keepsake commissioned by Philip and Frances Hofer in 1942.
Proofs and related material for the exhibition catalog, Illuminated & Calligraphic Manuscripts.
Proofs and other production material for the exhibition catalog, The artist and the book 1860-1960.
Designs, correspondence, and ephemera by and about the Czech wood engraver and designer Rudolph Ruzicka.
Proofs, drawings, and correspondence collected by Philip Hofer relating to publications by W. A. Dwiggins.
Papers and audio files created and kept by William Bentinck-Smith in preparation for writing about Philip Hofer.