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Collection — Box: BW 35, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16600
Content Description Julia Hooper's Rose Leaves: A Manuscript Magazine is a handmade manuscript album styled in the format of a magazine. (September 1896, London England) The cover features a water color floral illustration with a decorative border and has the name R. G. Hooper below it. There is one grey and white watercolor used as the frontispiece that is credited as original art by W. H. Overend, who was one of the foremost maritime artists of his era. This watercolor apeared in the September 1894 edition of...
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 16556
Content Description This collection consists of a commonplace book. It is not clear the provenance but inscribed in the front and back covers is the name Sadie. The album contains 170 pages of content and a few loose clippings. Each page is filled with clippings from magazines and newspapers that focus on women's work, loss, fairy tales, literature, and poetry. The owner hand colored all the illustrations from magazines. Many of the illustrations are of women; some in non-traditional roles. Many articles are from...
File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 15804
Scope and Content Note The Gleaner magazine (1910-1918; 0.8 cubic feet) documents a partial print run of the UK amateur manuscript magazine. The collection contains sixteen issues, each handmade and one-of-a-kind, each containing a variety of literary essays, illustrations, and cartoons. Later issues include first-person accounts of World War I written by members of the military.
Collection — Box: BW 32, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16543
Content Description This collection contains twenty-six leaves of Charles Dudley Warmer’s manuscript of "The Study" for "The Editor's Study" in Harper's Bazaar. The manuscript contains the first two parts of Warner's essay published in Volume 95, October 1897 [pp. 798-800]. The text appears identical to the published version. It is likely that this was the manuscript submitted to Harper’s – though there are...
Dates: October 1897