Woolf, Adeline Virginia, 1882 - 1941 (novelist)
Dates and places
Sphere of activity
Novelist, essayist, biographer and critic
Daughter of Leslie and Julia Stephen; sister of Vanessa Bell; married 1912 Leonard Woolf.
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Virginia Woolf to various recipients, 1936 - 1939
This series comprises correspondence, chiefly letters written and received by Clive and Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Julian and Quentin Bell, by Vanessa Bell's mother Julia Stephen and others.
Letters to Rosamond Lehmann, 1928-07-02 - 1937-08-20
6 autograph letters signed and 1 autograph postcard signed.
Letters to Vanessa and Clive Bell on the death of Virginia Woolf, 1941-04
'Memoir Club', 1920 - 1929
Autograph manuscript, typescript and carbon typescript memoir describing the circumstances of REF's departure to Sunninghill School in 1877. Includes details of Sir Edward Fry becoming a judge, a family holiday in Hertfordshire and parental attitudes to the Russo-Turkish War. The file also contains a typescript transcript by Virginia Woolf, [mid 1930s].
News cuttings relating to Virginia Woolf: 'Roger Fry: a biography', Hogarth Press: London, 1940, 1904 - 1940
Includes reprints, newspaper cuttings, memoirs and catalogues. Mostly collected after REF's death.
Notes made while sorting out REF's papers, 1935 - 1969
Assorted contents notes on small cards, envelopes and slips of paper, made in the course of sorting out REF's papers. Include details of 1) certain REF letters to his father and Helen Fry; and 2) news cuttings of articles and reviews by REF.
'Nurse Lugton's Curtain', 1920 - 1929
Typescript short story with autograph manuscript corrections.
Photocopies, 1905 - 1953
45 autograph letters signed and 2 manuscript poems. 1905-1953.
1 autograph letter signed to Virginia Stephen. Undated.
Playreading Society Minute Book, 1907 - 1915
REF to Virginia Woolf, 1920 - 1923
Typescript transcripts of 3 letters.
Stephen [later Woolf], Virginia, 1912-03-09
1 autograph letter, signed, with manuscript transcript by Edward Marsh and 3 typescript transcripts (1 of which is expurgated).
'The Novels of Virginia Woolf', 1926-01-09
Photocopy of typescript draft of 'The Novels of Virginia Woolf' to be published in the 'Yale Review', with autograph manuscript annotations.
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Three figures sitting in a rocky landscape, 1922 - 1930
Faded snapshot of a woman and two men sitting on rocks in the open air. One man might be Lytton Strachey, the woman might be Virginia Woolf (according to Frances Partridge's index both appear in photographs on page 5 of this album).
'Two sisters: Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell', 1980-11-30
Written for the Charleston Appeal.
Untitled memoir of the garden at 6 The Grove, Highgate, 1920 - 1929
Autograph manuscript memoir of the garden at 6 The Grove, Highgate and of REF's cultivation of poppies. Ends abruptly. On the reverse of the second sheet is a pencil sketch of 2 seated women [? Virginia Woolf and Lydia Lopokova Keynes].
'Virginia Woolf', 1956
The file comprises a typescript script, with autograph manuscript emendations.
Virginia Woolf Centenary Conference, 1982-09-20 - 1982-09-22
Menu, programme, advertising poster and list of participants for the conference held at Fitzwilliam College.
Virginia Woolf's review of 'Memoir', 1918-08-21
One autograph letter, signed, from Virginia Woolf to Mary Ruth Brooke about her review of Edward Marsh's 'Memoir' (1918); with envelope.