Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains sketches, first drafts and variants of the most important of Schnitzler's literary manuscripts and part of his correspondence (mainly that which Schnitzler personally filed in folders). Correspondents include Hermann Bahr, Richard Beer-Hofmann, Otto Brahm, Georg Brandes, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Max Reinhardt, Felix Salten, Gustav Schwarzkopf and Jakob Wassermann.
Typescripts of a novel and a play.
Tour notes, correspondence, accounts and posters.
Correspondence written by Christopher Hassall to his friend George Benson, together with related items including a diary volume with entries by Hassall, literary texts by Hassall, notes by Benson, letters between other correspondents, and printed items.
Correspondence and accounts of the Senior Treasurer, Cambridge University European Theatre Group, 2009 - 2011
Includes lists of members.
Drafts of lectures on Mechanics' Institutes, Working-Men's Colleges, the historical plays of William Shakespeare, world civilisation and co-operation.
504 folios. The main part of the volume is taken up with 'The Return from Parnassus', an extract from Sir Thomas Hawkins's Origins of English drama, 3, p. 301. The contents also include: (fo. 2) notes on J.E. Tennent, 'Ceylon'; (fo. 441) extracts from A. Ramsay, Tea-table miscellany, Calliope or the musical miscellany and the Saturday magazine; (fo. 446) notes on entomology. Fos 4, 82-440, 454 and many of the versos are blank.
Materials from Churchill College student and staff clubs, societies and associations
A play in two acts, 61 folios. The present copy, which lacks the author's name, contains a list of the cast, including [Tyrone] Power and Miss E[llen] Tree in the leading parts of Sir Patrick O'Plenigo and Lady Emily Delawney. According to the Dictionary of national biography, Power appeared in this part at the Haymarket Theatre, London, in 1840. The paper is watermarked 1838. On fo. 34: 'Elsher Shaw'.
Literary papers and correspondence of the poet John James. Includes texts of poetry and prose by James; files relating to particular subjects; correspondence; and miscellaneous items. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 1960s onwards, although there is some juvenilia dating from the 1940s.
Many compositions are accompanied by envelopes, letters, cover sheets and associated items, and a few bear examiners' comments.
The papers listed here include a miscellany of personal and biographical records, papers from Elsa's time at Girton College, and the manuscripts of four of her plays.
The papers of Gladys Williams consist chiefly of manuscripts of some of her written work (published and unpublished), together with a small quantity of personal and biographical items.
The papers comprise Jane Gamble's own writings, including her literary compositions; her business papers and related correspondence and also a collection of letters, mementoes and artefacts preserved by her.
Photographs of plays performed by the Cambridge University German Society; with occasional programme and song score, 1936 - 1939
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
A tragedy, without title, beginning (Act I scene 1, the speakers being 'Solliman' and 'Rossa') 'Rossa the eternal wisedome dothe not covette ...'; the scene is laid in Turkey.
Scripts of plays written by Lady Randolph, together with related correspondence and financial papers.
Records of Ark, Cambridge University Twentieth Century Christian Music and Drama Society, 1963 - 2006
The records comprise minutes, scripts, photographs, service sheets, historical notes and reminiscences.
The surviving records are chiefly financial and relate to the organisation and expense of productions. There is a small quantity of programmes, photographs and a poster, 1930-2, 1960 and 1963.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.