Dm 1892 Papers relating to Penguin Books
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relating to Penguin Books Donated by Steve Hare from 1999 to May 2001. The Potter material was originally donated by Kenneth Pinnock on behalf of the executors of the Potters. DM 1892/1/3-4 were given by Steve Hare in October 2001 following the disposal of the Potters’ estate.
DM1892/1: Margaret and Alexander Potter
Manuscript of ‘Mary starts to cook’, by Margaret and Alexander Potter.
Written in the early 1940s and clearly inspired by the Puffin Picture Book Series. This was printed by the Penguin Collectors’ Society in December 2000.
Obituaries of Margaret and Alick Potter.
Including ‘Kind Love all round’, a biography of Alick Potter by Keith Pinnock; and photographs of Gorsfach, their retirement home in Wales.
[Kenneth Pinnock donated these materials on behalf of the Potters’ executors].
Pencil and ink sketches by Margaret and Alick Potter.
drafts for book illustrations, which were not necessarily used.
12 sheets, many with several sketches pasted on to them.
Illustrations cut out from the Potter’s The Building of London (Puffin Picture Book, PP 42, August 1945).
DM1892/2: Penguin 60s
Six facsimile ‘Penguin 60s’ published by the Medical Observer, Australia in conjunction with Penguin Books Australia Ltd.:
Tales from Herodotus, 2 vols.
The , Charles Darwin
The letter of the master, Henry James
The portrait of Mr W.H., Oscar Wilde
Meeting Dr. Johnson, James Boswell
3 facsimile ‘Penguin 60s’ distributed by Twinings Classic 80 tea bags in January 1997:
The lifted veil, George Eliot
The , Jane Austen
history of England
Mina Laury, Charlotte Brontë
DM1892/3: Magazines with free Penguin Books
Marie Claire, March 1999: Hideous Kinky, Esther Freud
Good Health, May 1999: The : Paul Wilson
little book of sleep
History Today, May 1999: Lourdes: body and spirit in a secular age (extract), Ruth Harris
B, July 1999: Are you experienced?, William Sutcliffe
Red, Oct. 1999: Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Truman Capote
Woman’s Journal, March 2000: The end of the affair, Graham Greene (film tie-in)
Escape Routes, Spring 2000: A year in Provence, Peter Mayle
Shine, July 2000: The travelling hornplayer, Barbara Trapido
Nova, Jan. 2001: 30,000 mornings, Hiag Akmakjian
Red, Mar. 2001: My , India Knight
life on a plate
Nova: Apr. 2001: The love hexagon, William Sutcliffe
Publicity material from Penguin Books concerning three new series: Classic Biography, Classic History, Classic Military History.
Puffinalia: magazine of the Australian Puffin Club, vol. 23, n.d.
Puffinalia: magazine of the Australian Puffin Club, vol. 53, May 1990.
Penguin publicity material, point of sale/bookshop, including:
Penguin classics, Puffins, Twentieth Century Classics, Penguin music classics CDs (February 1999).
Penguin audiobook catalogue, Spring 1998, and Penguin Classics catalogues 1996 and 1999.
Press cuttings on Penguin Books, 1998-2000, including David Irving trial (2000).
“Penguin 60 Years” point-of-sale cardboard cube, featuring a photograph of Jimi Hendrix reading Penguin edited by Brian Aldiss.
“Penguin 60 Years” point-of-sale cardboard cube, featuring a photograph of a man wearing a bowler hat and reading a copy of the Penguin
Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D.H. Lawrence.
Cardboard point-of-sale display for
of the Apes
[Donated by Penguin Books]
DM1892/5: Penguin Collectors’ Society
Father and Son, edited by Steve Hare, Penguin Collectors’ Society, in honour of their twenty-fifth anniversary.
Proof copy of W.E. Williams: Educator Extraordinary, by Gertrude Williams.
Published by the Penguin Collectors’ Society in Sept. 2000 with additional correspondence by Sir William Emrys Williams.
File of copies of correspondence between William Emrys Williams and Allen Lane, and research towards W.E. Williams: Educator Extraordinary.
19 June 2001, amended 18 January 2002
DM 1892: Penguin Material