The Stationers' Company
The City of London Livery Company for the Communications and Content Industries

FEATURES


January 2020

Ballads in the Archive

Ballads in the Archive

24 JANUARY 2020

Last week I had an unexpected visit from folk duo Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmons, who were interested in discovering the publishing history behind some of their material. 

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Liveryman Professor Alison Baverstock reports on  what she learned while teaching publishing with a broken ankle

Liveryman Professor Alison Baverstock reports on what she learned while teaching publishing with a broken ankle

16 JANUARY 2020

Originally seen in BookBrunch at the time of World Disability Day this article by Liveryman Professor Alison Baverstock brings us all up sharp and face to face with the realities of dealing with life when one's mobility is compromised.

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December 2019

University of Greenwich Students visit the Archive

University of Greenwich Students visit the Archive

5 DECEMBER 2019

November was an exciting month for the development of our Archive service. Starting off what we hope will be a series of events encouraging new researchers to access our collections, we hosted two workshop sessions for University of Greenwich students.

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September 2019

The Stationers’ Company’s Barge

The Stationers’ Company’s Barge

11 SEPTEMBER 2019

Freeman Richard Gilpin, a volunteer in the Stationers' Library, has written this feature inspired by material on the Company's Barge which he prepared for the display cabinets at Stationers' Hall. Main image: The Stationers' Barge. E W Cooke, 1829. Hand-coloured copy by R Granger Barrett, 1972.

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April 2019

The role of the Honorary Almoner

The role of the Honorary Almoner

25 APRIL 2019

Liveryman Mike Clarke (Hon almoner at the time of this feature) writes:

So what does the Honorary almoner actually do?

In my three years as honorary Almoner of the Stationers' Company I have probably been asked that question at least once on every occasion I have attended a function at the Hall.

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