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Bauhaus typography collection, 1919-1937

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Series I. Weimar, 1919-1925, undated 20.0 folders
Items in this series testify to the production of Expressionist graphics at the Bauhaus and document the early development of Bauhaus typography between 1919 and 1925 in Weimar. Predominantly present are school stationary and various advertising matter with cover design, graphic layout and typography by László Moholy-Nagy, Oskar Schlemmer, Herbert Bayer, and Joost Schmidt. Several items were issued on the occasion of the 1923 Bauhaus exhibition, including 20 lithograph postcards designed by several Bauhaus teachers and students. Also present are publications issued by the Bauhaus about the school's teaching program and compilations with the press coverage it received.
Arrangement note
Arranged chronologically.
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4* 1-2 1919 4.0 items
4* 1 Program and manifest by Walter Gropius 1.0 items
Woodcut title page by Lyonel Feininger. Fleischmann, 38.
4* 2 Issues of Der Austausch 3.0 items
May, June, and July 1919 issues. Woodcut illustrations by Rudolf Riege, Dörte Helm, Eberhard Schrammen, and Hans Breustedt. Ibid., 39.
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1, 4* 1920 4.0 items
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1 1 Printed matter and correspondence 2.0 items
Announcement of a Bauhaus-Abend with Else Lasker-Schüler, lithograph by Friedl Dicker. Letter to students signed by faculty prohibiting political activities on school premises. Fleischmann, 40, 45.
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4* 3 Prospectus and program 2.0 items
Prospectus for a portfolio of woodcuts by Lyonel Feininger, with woodcut illustration on cover. Program for a topping-out ceremony for the Sommerfeld house in Berlin-Dahlem, with a lithograph illustration by Martin Jahns. Ibid., 47, 48.
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1 2 1921 8.0 items
Letterhead of the director, signed by Gropius, with stamp designed by Johannes Auerbach and Blüthner; a questionnaire with an exercise in color and form; typographic samples by Johannes Itten; a work schedule of the workshops (two copies), with insert; and Satzungen [Bylaws] of the school with stamp designed by Johannes Auerbach and Blüthner on cover (2 copies). Fleischmann, 41, 44, 51, 58.
1 3 1922 7.0 items
Booklet on the monument by Gropius for the victims of the March 1920 unrest in Weimar; two copies of school regulations, Satzungen Staatliches Bauhaus in Weimar, with logo by Oskar Schlemmer; two copies of prospectus for Bauhaus-Drucke neue Europäische Graphik, with subscription form; and program for the first performance of Schlemmer's Das triadische Ballett. Ibid., 57, 59, 60-61.
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1, 4* 1923 38.0 items
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1 4 Postcards for Bauhaus exhibition 20 postcards
Color lithograph postcards advertising the July to October 1923 Bauhaus exhibition. Designed by Rudolf Baschant (two postcards), Herbert Bayer (two postcards), Lyonel Feininger (two postcards), Paul Häberer, Dörte Helm, Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack (two postcards), Wolfgang Molnar, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Gerhard Marcks, László Moholy-Nagy, Oskar Schlemmer, Kurt Schmidt (two postcards), and Georg Teltschner. Fleischmann, 65-69.
1 5 Printed matter and correspondence relating to Bauhaus exhibition 8.0 items
Prospectus with a manifest by Oskar Schlemmer, an advertisement for Haus am Horn, program of the 1923 exhibition (three copies), and a letter to Dexel from Bauhausverlag with letterpress and logo designed by Oskar Schlemmer. Ibid., 73-78.
1 6 Printed matter about the school and the Bauhaus-Woche 6.0 items
Two copies of publication Idee und Aufbau des staatlichen Bauhauses Weimar by Walter Gropius, and four flyers for events held during the Bauhaus-Woche. Ibid., 86, 87, 95.
1 7 Publication on buildings by Walter Gropius 1 book
Weimar Bauten Walter Gropius mit Adolf Meyer. Berlin : Verlag Ernst Wasmuth, [1923?] Illustrations and plans of buildings designed by Gropius. Ibid., 89.
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4* 4 Prospectus for Bauhaus-Buch 3.0 items
Prospectus for a publication issued on the occasion of the August 15 to September 30 1923 Bauhaus exhibition in Weimar. Three copies. Ibid., 81.
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1, 4* 1924 19.0 items
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1 8 Correspondence and printed matter 7.0 items
Letter from Gropius to Michel Epstein with letterpress designed by László Moholy-Nagy [?]. Postcard designed by László Moholy-Nagy [?] inscribed by Moholy-Nagy to Walter Dexel. Postcard designed by Joost Schmidt advertising a chess game designed by Josef Hartwig. Membership card and an advertisement (two copies, one incomplete) of Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses, designed by László Moholy-Nagy. Also present is an issue of the periodical Junge Menschen with cover design and graphic layout by Joost Schmidt. Fleischmann, 42, 43, 90, 91-94, 137, 139.
1 9-11 Various publications 9.0 items
Arno Müller's inflammatory booklet Das staatliche Bauhaus Weimar und sein Leiter; Die Idee des Bauhauses Kunst und Wirklichkeit by August Emge, with typography by László Moholy-Nagy; Pressestimmen (Auszüge) für das staatliche Bauhaus Weimar, and supplement, with typography by László Moholy-Nagy (two copies, one lacks supplement); Nachtrag zu den Pressestimmen für das staatliche Bauhaus Weimar, März-April 1924 (two copies); Die bisherige und zukunftige Arbeit des Staatlichen Bauhauses Weimar, with corrigenda; and Kundgebungen für das staatliche Bauhaus Weimar, Oktober 1924, (two copies). Ibid., 95, 96, 99, 100.
1 12 Invitations to parties at the Bauhaus 2.0 items
Invitations designed by Herbert Bayer and Joost Schmidt. Lithographs. Ibid., 101.
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4* 3 Article by László Moholy-Nagy 1.0 item
"Die Arbeit des Staatlichen Bauhauses," in: Sonderbeilage der Thüringer Allgemeinen Zeitung. No. 288, Sunday 19 October 1924.
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1, 4* 1925 4.0 items
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1 13 Printed matter and letterhead 2.0 items
Invoice designed by László Moholy-Nagy; and the first volume (October 1925 issue) of Der Helfer im ewig jungen Zeitgeist (Mazdaznan), with cover design by Immanuel Ga-Llamus. Fleischmann, 43, 88, 102.
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1, 4* Farbenlichtspiele by Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack 2.0 items
Book Farbenlichtspiele [ Farben Licht-Spiele] by Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack, with musical notes for Dreiteilige Farbensonate inserted. Ibid., 88.
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1 14 Book 1.0 item
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4* 5 Inserted musical notes 1.0 item
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1 15 Undated items between 1919 and 1925 4.0 items
Exam regulations for Bauhaus students (1 leaf, undated typescript); program of Staatliches Bauhaus with logo designed by Johannes Auerbach [two copies, dated by hand 1919]; and undated printed matter about the school (2 leaves).
Series II. Dessau, 1925-1931, undated 17.0 folders
This series documents Bauhaus typography from 1925 to 1932 in Dessau: advertisements, school stationary and administrative forms, and printed matter about the teaching program and the various workshops at the Bauhaus, designed mostly by Herbert Bayer. Several items document the activities of Kreis der Freude des Bauhauses. Also present is an offprint with article by Hannes Meyer in which he explains the reasons for his departure.
Arrangement note
Arranged chronologically.
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1 16 1925 7.0 items
Materials designed by Herbert Bayer. Included are Lehrplan [school curriculum], and work schedules of the course Grundlehre [preliminary course], and the workshops Metallwerstatt [metal workshop], Tischlerei [woodworking], Wandmalerei [mural painting], Druckerei [printing], and Weberei [weaving]. Fleischmann, 107, 109-111.
1 17-20 1926 10.0 items
1 17 Invitations and leaflet 4.0 items
Invitations designed by Herbert Bayer, and a leaflet dated 3 December 1926, printed on the occasion of the opening of the new school building by Gropius. Ibid., p. 112-114.
1 18 Brochure about the school 3.0 items
Brochure Bauhaus Dessau Hochschule für Gestaltung Prospekt. Cover design by Herbert Bayer. Includes article by Gropius "Normung und Wohnungsnot." Three copies. Ibid., 125.
1 19 Der Raum als Membran by Siegfried Ebeling 1.0 item
Book cover designed by Siegfried Ebeling. Published in 1926 by C. Dünnhaupt Verlag in Dessau. This copy is signed and dated: Georg Saul 6.3.32. Ibid., p. 115.
1 20 Printed envelope and brochure 2.0 items
Printed envelope, stamped and addressed to Walter Dexel; and brochure Bauhaus Dessau Satzung - Lehrordnung, 13 p., designed by Herbert Bayer. Ibid., 116, 120-122.
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1, 4* 1927 8.0 items
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1 21 Administrative forms 7.0 items
Membership forms of Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses, a form from the weaving workshop, and two subscription forms for the periodical Bauhaus Zeitschrift für Bau und Gestaltung. Fleischmann, 127, 138-139, 189.
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4* 6 Brochure on the colony Dessau-Törten by Gropius 1.0 item
Ibid., 221.
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1, 4* 1928 9.0 items
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1 22 Administrative forms 4.0 items
Printed matter and subscription forms for Bauhaus Zeitschrift für Bau und Gestaltung. Fleischmann, 176, 186, 189.
1 23 Letterhead, printed matter, and brochure 3.0 items
Letter from Hannes Meyer to Georg Rauh; brochure Bauhaus designed by co-op (Hannes Meyer); and program of an event organized by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses. Ibid., 117, 131, 141.
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4* 6 Covers of Bauhaus Zeitschrift für Gestaltung 2.0 items
Front and back cover of issue no. 4, 1928, designed by Lotte Beese; and front cover of issue no. 2/3, 1928. Ibid., 189.
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2 1-2 1929 5.0 items
2 1 Letterhead of school and printed matter 4.0 items
Statement by Hannes Meyer regarding Arthur Schmidt, with school letterhead and stamp designed by Oskar Schlemmer; invitation to a lecture by Ernst Toller organized by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses; rules [Hausordnung] of the studios [Atelier-Gebäude] from 1 November 1929, and a business card of the school. Fleischmann, 119, 126, 141, 199.
2 2 Issue of Bauhaus Vierteljahr-Zeitschrift für Gestaltung 1.0 item
January 1929 issue. Ibid., 191.
2 3-5.1 1930 11.0 items
2 3 Printed matter by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses 3.0 items
Advertisement for Bauhaus-Sonderheft 1930, and invitations to a lecture by Hans Richter-Berlin and a performance of the cabaret Die Katakombe. Fleischmann, 140-141, 193.
2 4 Letterhead of school and receipt 2.0 items
Letter from Hannes Meyer to the architect Hansgeorg Knoblauch; and a receipt. Ibid., 118, 128.
2 5 School regulations 4.0 items
Satzungen, and Ergänzung zur Satzung für das Bauhaus (Bestimmungen für die Studierenden), both from 8 October 1930. Two copies of each title. Ibid., 123.
2 5.1 Offprint with article by Hannes Meyer 2.0 items
An undated offprint (two leaves) with Meyer's article "Mein Hinauswurf aus dem Bauhaus," and a small printed card.
2 6 1931 3.0 items
Printed matter issued by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses: postcard with school letterhead addressed to Hansgeorg Knoblauch; list of events organized by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses in winter of 1931; and brochure Bauhaus Dessau commissioned by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses, published in July 1931. Fleischmann, 116, 136, 141.
2 7 Undated items between 1925 an 1931 9.0 items
Two forms from the weaving workshop, a statement concerning school regulations, tickets with logo designed by Oskar Schlemmer, a voucher for food, a response card to an invitation to a ball, and a flyer titled Grundsätze der Bauhausproduktion, with text by Gropius. Also a newspaper advertisement for Bauhaus wallpaper. Ibid., 126-129, 201, 220.
Series III. Berlin, 1932-1933 4.0 folders
Included are items dating from 1932 to 1933, the short time period of the Bauhaus in Berlin. Most items are examples of school stationary with some incidental correspondence, mostly of Kreis der Freude des Bauhauses, and Mies van der Rohe's two historical letters closing the school in Dessau and Berlin.
Arrangement note
Arranged chronologically.
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2 8-9 1932 6.0 items
2 8 Letter by Mies van der Rohe closing Bauhaus Dessau 1.0 item
Dated 24 August 1932. Fleischmann, 119.
2 9 Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses: printed matter and correspondence 5.0 items
Letter to Hansgeorg Knoblauch; and printed matter, including a circular letter, exhibition announcements of Josef Albers and Ernst A. Maass, and a receipt. Ibid., 128, 142-144.
2 10-11 1933 7.0 items
2 10 Correspondence and printed matter 5.0 items
Letter to Jan van der Linden, and various printed matter. Fleischmann, 254-257.
2 11 Letter by Mies van der Rohe closing Bauhaus Berlin 2.0 items
Dated 10 Aug 1933. Also present is a small press clipping of an article regarding the closing of the Bauhaus. Ibid., 252, 258.
Series IV. Bauhaus artists and designers, 1919-1937 24.0 folders
This series presents examples of typography by various Bauhaus artists and designers. Best represented are Herbert Bayer, Erich Comeriner, and Joost Schmidt. Included are examples of an experimental typeface by Josef Albers, and various printed matter by Max Bill, László Moholy-Nagy, Xanti Schawinsky, and Studio Z. Also present are a book on typography by Jan Tschichold, and an undated restrike of Oskar Schlemmer's poster from 1913 advertising his gallery Neuer Kunstsalon am Neckartor in Stuttgart. Filed with this series are several prospectuses for furniture by Marcel Breuer, typographically designed by Herbert Bayer, Otto Rittweger, and Hajnal Lengyel-Pataky.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by artist.
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2 12 Josef Albers, 1931 1.0 item
Leaflet presenting examples of Albers's typeface called Kombinationsschrift. From Bauhaus Zeitschrift für Gestaltung, no. 1, January 1931. Fleischmann, 263.
2 13-16 Herbert Bayer, 1923-1933, undated 27.0 items
2 13 Monogram and emergency money, 1923, undated 11.0 items
Envelope with Bayer's monogram, addressed to Hermann Haupt, and 11 banknotes designed by Bayer for the state of Thuringia. Fleischmann, 270-271.
2 14 Examples of letterheads, 1928-1933, undated 7.0 items
Letterheads designed by Bayer for the architects Haesler Celle, Otto Meyer Ottens (letter to Niegemann from 1 April 1930), Muzi Takehiko Mizutani, Marcel Breuer, and Walter Gropius (letter to Niegemann from 2 November 1928). Also included is Bayer's letterhead (letter to Trump from 4 December 1933 reagarding Studio Dorland). Ibid., 273-274.
2 15 Various printed matter, 1927-1931, undated 5.0 items
Printed matter designed for the 18th annual meeting of Deutscher Werkbund, a brochure presenting Bayer's typeface Bayer-Type, and an Anbaumöbel brochure designed by Bayer. Ibid., 276-279, 284.
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4* 6.1 Prospectus for the city of Dessau, 1927? 1.0 item
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2 16 Catalog of the 1930 exhibition in Paris, 1930 3.0 items
Catalog of Section allemande, the German section of the exhibition Société des artistes décorateurs organized by Deutscher Werkbund and designed by Gropius, Bayer and Moholy-Nagy, held 14 May-13 Juli 1930 at Grand Palais in Paris. Also present are a layout with printer's instructions for the front cover, and a plastic cover for the catalog. Ibid., 280-281.
2 17 Max Bill, undated 2.0 items
Two advertisements, one for a folding chair designed by R. S. Rütschi, and one for the firm Wohnbedarf Matzinger. Fleischmann, 288.
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2, 4* Marcel Breuer, 1926-1933, undated 4.0 items
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2 18 Prospectus Breuer Metallmöbel, 1928? 1.0 item (9 leaves)
Prospectus designed by Herbert Bayer. Fleischmann, 208-209.
2 19 Other prospectuses, 1926-1927 2.0 items
Prospectus Desta Stahlmöbel designed by Otto Rittweger, and four leaves for a prospectus of wooden furniture designed by Herbert Bayer. Ibid., 216-219.
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4 7 Prospectus Das neue Möbel, between 1926 and 1933 1.0 item
Folding prospectus designed by Hajnal Lengyel-Pataky. The design incorporates a photograph by Lucia Moholy. Ibid., 210-215.
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2 20-21 Erich Comeriner, undated 16.0 items
Letterhead and other printed matter for the firm Comfort Erich Comeriner, for Comeriner himself, and also for Heinrich Comeriner, Hermann Bunzel, M. Schwarz, Hans Quint and the firm Hans Quint G.m.b.H., for the architect Tödter Lüneburg, and for the magazine Film und Volk. Also present is an invitation to an exhibition in the Wiener Industriewaren-Centrale. Fleichmann, 291-294.
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2, 4* László Moholy-Nagy, 1927-1937 5.0 items
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2 22 Book cover designs and letterheads, 1927-1937 4.0 items
Advertising brochure for the magazine Metallwirtschaft; catalog of exhibition Ausstellung Walter Gropius Zeichnungen, Fotos, Modelle in der ständigen Bauwelt Musterschau, held at Kunstverein Frankfurt 6-18 June 1930; and brochure The new Bauhaus American School of Design, published in Chicago in 1937. Also present is a letterhead of Verband sozialer Baubetriebe GmbH (letter to C. van Eesteren from 21 January 1929). Fleischmann, 296, 298, 302-304.
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4* 8 Dustjacket design, 1928 1.0 item
Dustjacket for Bauen in Frankreich Bauen in Eisen Bauen in Eisenbeton by Sigfried Giedion. Ibid., 297.
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2 23 Xanti Schawinsky, 1931 1.0 item
Brochure Die öffentlichen Hafenanlagen der Stadt Magdeburg. Fleischmann, 307.
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2, 4* Oskar Schlemmer, 1925, undatad 3.0 items
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2 24 Leaflet and postcard, 1925, undated 2.0 items
A leaflet and postcard advertising the pantomime Grosse Brücken Revue. Fleischmann, 200, 310.
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4* 9 Poster, undated 1.0 item
Poster advertising exhibitions at Neuer Kunstsalon am Neckartor [Stuttgart]. Offset lithograph on paper. On sheet 57 x 31 cm. Printed on verso: "Von diesem Plakat von Oskar Schlemmer (1913, Lithographie, s. Grohmann S. 347) sind nur wenige Exemplare vorhanden. Es ist eines der allerersten der 'Moderne.' Mit Genehmingung von Frau Tut Schlemmer wurden davon zu Geschenkzwecken 600 Exemplare im Nachdruck gefertigt. Dieses Plakat hat die Nummer 187/600."
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2 25-29 Joost Schmidt, 1925-1932, undated 11.0 items
2 25 Letterhead and advertising matter, 1925-1932, undated 4.0 items
Letterhead designed by Joost Schmidt for himself (with notes and drawings), and the firms Allgemeine Häuserbau-Actien-Gesellschaft von 1872-Adolf Sommerfeld (statement regarding Niegemann dated 27 November 1928), and Junkers & Co. (letter to Niegemann dated 27 September 1929). Also present is an advertisement for the phototypesetting machine Uhertype. Fleischmann, 312, 321-322.
2 26 Cover design for the magazine Offset Buch und Werbekunst , 1926 1.0 item
Heft 7 1926. Ibid., 313.
2 27 Cover designs, 1925-1926 2.0 items
Cover for a 1925 issue of the catalog Technischer Bürobedarf, and Heft 14, 1926 issue of the magazine Die Form Zeitschrift für gestaltende Arbeit. Ibid., 314-315.
2 28 Prospectuses, 1928-1930 2.0 items
Prospectus for the city of Dessau, and for Bauhaus wallpaper manufactured by the firm Gebr. Rasch, Bramsche. Ibid., 317, 319.
2 29 Prospectus and handbook for Junkers, 1929-1931 2.0 items
Ibid., 320.
2 30 Studio Z, 1932 1.0 item
Prospectus of Studio Z in Berlin (Franz Ehrlich, Heinz Loew, Fritz Winter). Ibid., 323-324.
2 31 Jan Tschichold, 1932 1.0 item
Book Typografische Entwurfstechnik, published in 1932 by Akademischer Verlag Dr. Fritz Wedekind & Co. in Stuttgart. Ibid., 521.
Series V. Bauhaus publications, 1924-1937, undated 22.0 folders
This series comprises publications issued by the Bauhaus as well as examples of Bauhaus style cover design, graphic layout and typography in contemporary periodicals and exhibition catalogs. Also present are numerous ephemeral publications issued by galleries and other institutions, such as announcements of exhibitions and lectures, party invitations, and other events. Publications issued by the Bauhaus are represented by three dustjackets designed by László Moholy-Nagy for the series Bauhausbücher. Filed with this group are several issues of the communist periodical Bauhaus Sprachrohr der Studierenden, issued by Bauhaus students.
Arrangement note
Arranged alphabetically by title, or, by type of publication.
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2, 4* Bauhausbücher, 1924-1928 11.0 items
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2 32 Advertisements and letterhead, 1924-1927 8.0 items
Envelope with letterhead of Bauhausverlag, an advertisement for Bauhausverlag, and five advertisements by Verlag Albert Langen in Munich, including a prospectus with cover design by László Moholy-Nagy. Fleischmann, 137, 147, 149, 151, 166-167, 170.
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4* 10 Dustjacket by László Moholy-Nagy, and prospectus, 1925-1927 2.0 items
Dustjacket for Bauhausbuch 11: Die gegenstandslose Welt by Kasimir Malewitsch, designed by László Moholy-Nagy; and prosepctus by Albert Langen Verlag in Munich. Ibid., 145, 169.
4* 11 Dustjacket by László Moholy-Nagy, 1928 1.0 item
Dustjacket for Bauhausbuch 13: Kubismus by Albert Gleizes, designed by László Moholy-Nagy. Ibid., 174.
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3 1-6 Bauhaus Sprachrohr der Studierenden, 1930-1932, undated 7.0 items
Six issues: no. 2 (June 1930), no. 3 (undated, two copies), no. 4 (undated), no. 5 (undated), no. 10 (February 1932), and no. 12 (April 1932).
3 7 Periodicals, 1929-1930 3.0 items
Almanach des Friedrich-Theaters Dessau, 1929, with photographs by Erich Consemüller of stage designs by Mlius Raiko Hahlo, Wassili Kandinsky, and Oskar Schlemmer; the only issue of Der Kunstnarr, no. 1, April 1929, published by Ernst Kállai; and the Czech periodical Red, no. 5, year 3, 1930, tirle of issue: Bauhaus. Fleischmann, 240, 241, 243.
3 8-9 Exhibition catalogs, 1929-1931 12.0 items
Bauhaus Dessau, 20 April-9 May 1929 at Kunsthalle Basel (two copies); Das Bauhaus Dessau, 21 April-20 May 1929 at Gewerbemuseum Basel; Neues Bauen Gropius-Ausstellung der Bauwelt-Musterschau rationelle Bebauungsweisen, 14 Februar-15 March 1921 at Kunstgewerbemuseum Zürich; Oskar Schlemmer, January 1931 at Galerie Alfred Flechtheim in Berlin; Paul Klee, 7 March-5 April 1931 at Kestner-Gesellschaft Hannover; Ausstellung moderner Bildwirkereien, 1930; Junge Bauhausmaler, 1929 at Hallescher Kunstverein. Baukhauz Dessau 1928-1930, Moscow 1931 [in Russian]; Ausstellung neue Typographie, 28 December 1927-29 January 1928, Gewerbemuseum Basel; Fotomontage Ausstellung im Lichthof des ehemaligen Kunstgewerbemuseums, 25 April-31 May 1931 Berlin; Internationale Ausstellung Kunst der Werbung, 30 May-5 Juli, Essen. Ibid., 232-235, 242, 352-353, 356.
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3, 4* Invitations and announcements, 1924-1933, undated 28.0 items
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3 10 Neue Kunst Fides and Kunstsalon Otto Fischer, undated 5.0 items
An advertisement of an exhibition of László Moholy-Nagy at Kunstsalon Otto Fischer in Bielefeld; and four advertisements of Galerie Neue Kunst Fides and Neue Kunst Fides Kabinett am Ferdinandplatz in Dresden, including one of an exhibition of Oskar Schlemmer and Willi Baumeister, and of Werkstätten von Gildenhall. Fleischmann, 237.
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4* 12 Exhibition at Galerie John Becker in New York, 1931 1.0 item
Catalog of an exhibition held 10 January-10 February 1931 at Galerie John Becker in New York. Cover design by Lincoln Kirstein. Ibid., 245.
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3 11 Kunstverein Jena, Ring Neuer Werbegestalter, 1924-1927 6.0 items
Advertisements of exhibitions of Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky, Adolf Meyer, Oskar Schlemmer, and the exhibition Neue Reklame at Kunstverein Jena. Also announcement of Sonderschau neue Typographie, organized by Ring neuer Werbegestalter, held 3-19 August 1929 in Magdeburg. Ibid., 236, 346-347, 355.
3 12 Announcements of lectures and events, 1926-1929 5.0 items
Lectures by László Moholy-Nagy, Josef Albers, and Wilhelm Lesemann at Kunstgewerbeschule Bielefeld; and performances directed by Oskar Schlemmer at the Bauhausbühne. Ibid., 238-239.
3 13 Party invitations, 1928-1933, undated 11.0 items
Ibid., 244, 246-247, 250-251.
3 14 Various other printed matter, 1928-1929, undated 14.0 items
Printed matter issued by Kreis der Freunde des Bauhauses, various invitations, exhibition announcements, photographic postcards, letterhead, and press advertisements. Present are designs by László Moholy-Nagy, Joost Schmidt, Kurt Schwitters, and Jan Tschichold.
3 15 Printed matter on Bauhausbühne, 1922, undated 2.0 items
Announcement of Lothar Schreyer's Totenhaus I, and publication Erste Mitteilung, from December 1922, with articles by Walter Gropius and Lothar Schreyer on the Bauhausbühne.
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4* 12 Catalog of exhibition at Gallery John Becker, New York, 1931 1.0 item
Catalog of exhibition Bauhaus 1919-1923 1924 Weimar Dessau, held January 10-February 10 1931 at the gallery John Becker in New York. One folding sheet. Cover design by Lincoln Kirstein. Fleischmann, 245.
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3, 4* Miscellaneous other items, 1929-1930 4.0 items
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4* 13 Prospectus for Gefesselter Blick by Heinz und Bodo Rasch, 1930 1.0 item
Published in 1930 in Stuttgart by Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Dr. Zaugg. Typography by Franz Krause, photomontages by Heinz Rasch.
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3 16 Printed matter on Staatliche Bauhochschule Weimar , 1929 1.0 item
List of books at the bookstore of the Staatliche Bauhochschule Weimar, dated 1 January 1929.
3 17 Prospectus for a book on Bernhard Hoetger, 1930 2.0 items
Prospectus and letter by Angelsachsen-Verlag Bremen for Bernhard Hoetger Bildhauer by Albert Theile, published in 1930.


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