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Papers of R. B. McKerrow

The papers mainly relate to McKerrow’s Introduction to Bibliography for Literary Students, first published in 1927, and two unpublished works—a bibliography of reprints of 16th and 17th century dramatists, and an essay on the elements of bibliography.

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees (1872–1940), bibliographer and literary scholar

Papers of R. B. McKerrow

These letters and papers in this group all relate either to the works from which they were removed or to similar literary and bibliographical subjects.

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees (1872–1940), bibliographer and literary scholar

Papers of R. B. McKerrow

The letters and papers in this group all relate either to the works from which they were removed or to similar literary and bibliographical subjects.

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees (1872–1940), bibliographer and literary scholar

Papers of R. B. McKerrow

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  • 1858–1945

This collection contains correspondence of McKerrow, mainly relating to bibliography and English literature, with various writings by him on the same subjects; early attempts at fiction, verse, and drama; and some personal papers. There are also some family papers, including papers relating to the firm of Brunlees & McKerrow and the estate of Sir James Brunlees, and letters written by McKerrow’s son Malcolm during the Second World War, describing his experiences with the Non-Combatant Corps and the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps.

McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees (1872–1940), bibliographer and literary scholar