With letter, 21 May 1960, from J. R. M. Butler to the Master, Lord Adrian, accompanying his gift of the documents.Zonder titel
Notes on Shakespeare by W. Aldis Wright, Sir Philip Perring, Albert Matthews, George Parker, H. P. Stokes, Eduard Thiessen and G. O. Wray. Printed reply by Edward H. Pickersgill to a paper by James Spedding, interleaved with Spedding's MS comments.
Letters (some of those without stated address perhaps originally sent to W. G. Clark) including correspondence from P. A. Daniel, W. G. Fletcher, F. J. Furnivall, R. Markham Hill, C. M. Ingleby; also some draft letters from W. Aldis Wright to various correspondents.Zonder titel
Predominantly printed material: extracts from journals and newspapers; prefaces; programmes and dinner menus of Shakespeare societies; examination papers; printed correspondence (including between J. O. Halliwell-Philipps and Robert Browning regarding the New Shakspeare Society); frontispiece purportedly from the 1599 edition of Venus and Adonis probably from the 1879 Sotheran facsimile edition. Letters from P. Lyttelton Gell, George Litting, Henry Weston Eve and John Doran.Zonder titel
Includes testimonials and printed material. Some letters have explicatory notes by Florence Image. Almost 40 letters from Henry Jackson. Several letters from or relating to: H. M. Butler (some to Florence Image), A. V. Verrall, W. Aldis Wright, W. H. Thompson, Duncan Crookes Tovey and other members of his family, J. G. Frazer, J. N. Dalton, and J. W. L. Glaisher; for other correspondents see names below. Some letters by Image himself to various correspondents, and printed material
20 Merton Street, Oxford -- Informs him that he is sending letters relating to William Aldis Wright to Hugh Macdonald to be given to Trinity.Zonder titel
Concerning William Aldis Wright's writer's cramp.Zonder titel
Concerning William Aldis Wright.
Dulwich -- Writes to remind Clark that he should correct the mistake about his edition of Shakespeare; meant to send him some notes but has been distracted with legal worries; sends a note for Cymbeline.Zonder titel
The Priory, 21 North Bank, Regents Park -- Suggests that Clark should print the two versions of Hamlet with commentary which he would find instructive, as he has never seen the whole of the first version except in Hugo's French translation; is sending him the new edition of his life of Goethe in part because Clark liked the original, and in part to show he is not unmindful of Clark's kindness.Zonder titel