- 1925 or later–1958 (Creation)
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Extent and medium
1 volume (24 x 19 cm), containing 110 leaves between two stiff flyleaves, with a loose sheet inserted at f. 79; tip-in slips at ff. 39, 46 and 66.
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Content and structure area
Scope and content
Introductory note (f. 1) with catalogue following; entries for each year in the following order: books; original compositions in verse and prose; 'articles and observations, i. in books, ii. in journals, iii. in weeklies'; reviews and criticism, '. in journals, ii. in weeklies and dailies; letters and notes [list taken from introductory note]. A star denotes anonymous or pseudonymous pieces.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling
System of arrangement
Foliated 1–111 (open folios). The folio numbers are printed or stamped.
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Existence and location of originals
Existence and location of copies
Related units of description
It is unclear when this list was begun, but as the introductory note (f. 1) includes a reference to the Review of English Studies, it must have been after 1925, when that journal was founded. It was continued up to 1958, the entries for the last year being on a loose sheet of paper inserted in the book. The volume is a commercially-produced account book, stamped 'Cash Book' on the spine.