Item 58 - Fair copy draft of 'Vox Stellarum' by [Edgar Browne?]

Identity area

Reference code



Fair copy draft of 'Vox Stellarum' by [Edgar Browne?]


  • [9 Mar. 1910] (Creation)

Level of description


Extent and medium

1 item

Context area

Archival history

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Content and structure area

Scope and content

Title continues: 'or Tit-bits of Information concerning the true inward meaning of two comets which have lately appeared over Rodney Street to the consternation & amazement of the inhabitants'; dated March 9th, 39 Rodney Street [Liverpool?]. Humorous verse written for a club meeting [?], mentioning comets lately appeared [the Daylight Comet and Halley's?], the general election, and referring to members by name: Keane, [Richard] Caton, [Harold Chaloner] Dowdall, F. E. Smith, MacCunn, Williams, [Frank Stanton?] Carey; mentioning Frazer first: 'Frazer, who has written about a vegetable god in so many books we can't quote 'em, And now he comes down with a fresh set of yarns all true about Totem.'

Appraisal, destruction and scheduling


System of arrangement

Conditions of access and use area

Conditions governing access

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

    Script of material

      Language and script notes

      Physical characteristics and technical requirements

      Finding aids

      Allied materials area

      Existence and location of originals

      Existence and location of copies

      Related units of description

      Related descriptions

      Notes area


      Identified on the verso of the last page in Lilly Frazer's hand as the work of Mr Edgar Browne.

      Alternative identifier(s)

      Access points

      Subject access points

      Place access points

      Genre access points

      Description identifier

      Institution identifier

      Rules and/or conventions used


      Level of detail

      Dates of creation revision deletion




          Accession area