Papers of S. H. Steinberg
||Papers of S. H. Steinberg
||Steinberg, Sigfrid Henry
|Extent and Medium
||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
|Content and context|
Sigfrid Henry Steinberg (18991969) was a scholar with expert knowledge in many fields including German history and literature, letter-forms, and printing history. He came to Britain from Germany in 1936 with his wife Christine and was interned briefly in 1940. He was editor of the Statesman's Yearbook (1946-1969) and other reference books. Among his own books was Five hundred years of printing (Penguin Books, 1955). He was a friend of Stanley Morison, who consulted him on many projects. He was one of the principal architects of the exhibition Printing and the Mind of Man in 1966.
Access and Use|
Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Papers of S. H. Steinberg, MS Add.9819
|Steinberg, Sigfrid Henry (1899-1969) historian|
|Manuscripts/MS Add.9819 contains: |
||Compositions by Steinberg.
3 folders and 1 envelope.
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