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Recoaro, [] 1884., 1884.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (4)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

San Remo, 4 Jan 1885., 1885.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (5)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

San Remo, 27 Dec 1885., 1885.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (7)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

A.L.s. to Violet [Grant] San Remo, 24 Dec 1883., 1883.

Item — Volume: 1Identifier: MS Eng 937, (8)
Scope and Contents: Includes a set of wood engravings by Lear of Corsican views, a photograph of Villa Brigida, and several letters to Maria G.M. Grant and Violet Grant. The letters concern Lear's health, his travels in Italy, the deaths of several people close to Lear, and Lear's inquiries after the Grant family. One letter also includes a sketch by Lear of the birds outside his window.

Red sheep notebook, 6-1/4 x 4 inches; 28f. (numerous stubs), plain slightly bluish paper, no watermark.

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Alfred Tennyson papers / Series: I. Notebooks
Item Identifier: MS Eng 952 ‡MS Eng 952.1 ‡MS Eng 952.2, MS Eng 952, (26)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection was secured from Tennyson's grandson, Sir Charles Tennyson. It consists of 72 notebooks; 275 folders of loose papers, a great many of which were ripped by Tennyson from these notebooks or others like them; and a group of 42 folders containing papers collected by the Rawnsley family and bequeathed to Sir Charles. The notebooks and loose papers range over the entire course of his work. They contain nearly all of his major works and include many drafts and variants of...

Black morocco notebook, 6-1/8 x 3-3/4 inches; 42f. (some stubs), plain white laid paper, watermarked: I & G B, with large oval with figure of Britannia. Embossed mark of W. H. Smith & Son [stationers] London.

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Alfred Tennyson papers / Series: I. Notebooks
Item Identifier: MS Eng 952 ‡MS Eng 952.1 ‡MS Eng 952.2, MS Eng 952, (27)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection was secured from Tennyson's grandson, Sir Charles Tennyson. It consists of 72 notebooks; 275 folders of loose papers, a great many of which were ripped by Tennyson from these notebooks or others like them; and a group of 42 folders containing papers collected by the Rawnsley family and bequeathed to Sir Charles. The notebooks and loose papers range over the entire course of his work. They contain nearly all of his major works and include many drafts and variants of...

Bibliographic notes, 1999 and [undated]

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 1Identifier: HUM 332
Scope and Contents: Contains a handwritten listing, labeled “Th. Gaza, Κ. Λάσκαρης, Θωμάς Bibliography, Χρυσολωράς;” a packet of reference card images from Houghton Library on "Edward Lear," dated March 3 and March 20, 1999; and a packet of 217 typed "Footnotes" with references on Greek printing types.

General criticisms of TSE : printed articles and clippings on TSE, 1915-1939., 1915-1939.

Item Identifier: MS Am 2560, (305)
Scope and Contents: The focus of these materials is the life and work of the poet, T.S. Eliot, collected by members of his immediate family. Also included are Eliot family papers, especially concerning his immediate family, but also documenting their ancestors. These papers include: correspondence (by TSE and others), autograph compositions (by TSE and others), genealogies, biographical miscellany, images, clippings, pamphlets, theatrical programs, scrapbooks, and ephemera. I. Correspondence: Most TSE...

Index to illustrations

Series Identifier: HEW 14.9.2
Scope and Contents: Contains 1000 items, including original drawings, autograph letters, playbills, clippings, caricatures, portraits and views.