Letter to Edward Connery Lathem

Creator

Date

6 March, 1990

Identifier

Papers of Edward C. Lathem. MS-965 Box 11: Graphic Arts Workshop No.1 folder. Rauner Special Collections

Publisher

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Abstract

In 1989-90, three of Ray Nash’s students – Mark Lansburgh, Roderick Stinehour, and Edward C. Lathem – re-established the Graphic Arts Workshop at Dartmouth College, aided by a generous endowment from philanthropists Kenneth and Harle Montgomery. A permanent plaque was created to commemorate both the event and Ray Nash’s pioneering work. Nash’s son John is a well-known calligrapher now based in London. Here is his beautifully crafted letter to Lathem, emeritus librarian and dean, hinting at some small changes to the text of the final version of the plaque.

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Citation

John Nash, “Letter to Edward Connery Lathem,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed July 23, 2024, https://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/10068.