University of Iowa
1 item (1 p.)
Concerning the letter he received about Lord Alfred Douglas.
University of Victoria - McPherson Library
1 cm of textual records.
The collection consists of two handwritten letters to Mrs. Vane-Tempest, in which he discusses the poems which she sent to him and thanks her for her praise of his own.
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
[6] p. ;
Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas to More Adey, dated 11 August 1897 from Calvados. The letter is mostly concerned with Douglas's berating Adey for having imitated his "Animal rhymes" without asking for consent.
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
3 items (10 p.) ;
Concerning a possible Christmas book with illustrations by Max Beerbohm; Douglas also asks after Oscar Wilde, whom Smithers had seen in Paris.
University of Victoria - McPherson Library
3 cm of textual records.
The collection consists of a scrapbook containing theatre programmes of plays, in which the Green-Armytages appeared, and clippings. The clippings are concerned with: Roman Catholicism, mostly about the"Catholic Controversy" of 1913; the works, career, and trial of Oscar Wilde together with the subsequent career and trials of Lord Alfred Douglas. In addition, there is a small amount of material concerning Hilaire Belloc. Included are two clippings of Belloc poems, a handwritten letter from Belloc to the Bishop of Clifton, two handwritten letters from the Bishop of Clifton to R.N. Green-Armytage, and two handwritten letters from Belloc to Green-Armytage.
University of Maryland
1 videodisc (112 min.)
Live performance of the play by Oscar Wilde, which tells the Biblical story of Salome, who requests the head of John the Baptist in return for performing the Dance of the seven veils for her stepfather.
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
1 v. (53 p.), bound ;
Collection consists of autograph manuscripts of eight poems ("Rose and Rue," "House of Judgment," "The Artist," "The Doer of Good," "The Disciple," "The Master," "Under the Balcony," and "La Dame Jaune"), one story ("The Selfish Giant") in the hand of Constance Wilde, and five autograph letters of which four letters are from Wilde (to Lord Douglas, George Kersley, John Lane and Bernulf Clegg) and one letter to Wilde from Bernulf Clegg. Items in the collection have been described individually in separate catalog records; see related records for more information.
Columbia University
3 linear ft. ( 6 boxes)
Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, art work, and printed material of and concerning Ronald Firbank. Included are nine letters from poet Alfred Douglas, seven from artist Albert Rutherston, four from Rollo Talboys, then schoolmaster at Wellington College, and forty-two letters from Firbank himself to his publisher Grant Richards and his manager George Wiggins. There are four letters from his mother, Lady Harriet, to the publisher and one letter from his father, Joseph Thomas Firbank, while serving in the House of Commons, 1897. Manuscripts include drafts and notebooks for his works: THE ARTIFICIAL PRINCESS, A DISCIPLINE FROM THE COUNTRY, THE RYTHUM, PRANCING NIGGER, THE PRINCESS ZOUBAROFF, TRUE LOVE, and VAINGLORY. There is an inscribed photograph of Firbank from 1904; a pen-and-ink drawing by C.R.W. Nevinson used as a book illustration; and Albert Rutherston's watercolor drawing for the dust jacket of Firbank's novel, INCLINATIONS (London, 1916). There are also cataloged ... Read More
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Center
The Oscar Wilde Collection is divided fairly evenly between works and correspondence. Some of the works are by people other than Wilde and a portion of the correspondence is written between people who were associated with Wilde.