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Miscellaneous Manuscripts-II

 Collection
Identifier: Mss048

Scope and Content Note

This collection was created by the curator from a number of small groups of material for which the provenance is unknown. The collection comprises five separate, small collections.

The first collection includes samples of Alfred Noyes’ poetry, two holograph letters, and the original manuscript of "Dead Man’s Morrice."

There are seven (pencil or pen & ink) drawings by Wilfrid Huggins and four holograph letters (1945-1951) by Ruth Draper.

The University of Minnesota collection contains correspondence (holograph or typewritten) by many authors on a variety of subjects, 1696-1960 (bulk 19th century).

The Miscellaneous Correspondence collection also contains holograph or typewritten correspondence and other items, 1760-1948 (bulk 1905-1948).

Dates

  • 1696-1951

Language of Materials

English, French, and German

Restrictions on Access

The collection is open and available for use by researchers in the Andersen Library Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use

Copyright has not been transferred to the Archives. Please consult with the archivist.

Extent

.5 Cubic Feet

Abstract

The collection comprises five different collections and includes samples of Noyes’ poetry, 2 holograph letters, and the original ms. of "Dead Man’s Morrice"; seven drawings by Wilfrid Huggins; four holograph letters by Ruth Draper; a collection of correspondence (holograph or typewritten) by many authors on a variety of subjects generally from the 19th century; and a second collection of holograph or typewritten correspondence and other items, mainly from the first half of the 20th century.

Arrangement

The collection is organized in five separate collections:

  1. Alfred Noyes Papers
  2. Wilfrid Huggins Cartoons
  3. Ruth Draper Correspondence
  4. University of Minnesota Collection
  5. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Physical Location

Mezz (R79, D4, S6); shared w/#46,47

Title
Miscellaneous Manuscripts-II
Author
Archives staff
Date
1970s
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

Collecting Area Details

Contact The Upper Midwest Literary Archives Collecting Area

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