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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616


Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Autograph letters signed and initialled from John Payne Collier to various recipients

Identifier: C65547

Letters written by John Payne Collier, mostly from later in his life. Also, newspaper clippings about the forgery controversy. Items not collected together until Folger staff created this collection.

Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1830-1882; 1824-1882

John Payne Collier copies of manuscripts and printed material, approximately 1400-approximately 1700

Identifier: C65367

Manuscript and printed transcriptions of ballads as well as references about ballads and hangmen. Also, notes and transcriptions on miscellaneous topics related to early modern Britain.

Dates: approximately 1825-1861

Guide to Letters and Papers by German Authors, 1777-1912

Identifier: G47388
Abstract Letters and other documents from 68 authors, written almost exclusively in German and mostly pertaining to the works of Shakespeare. The items range in date from 1777-1912, although most of them fall within the nineteenth-century. More than three-quarters of the items are letters, many from the Augustin Daly collection. Also included are newspaper clippings, a short biography, an encomium, poetry and translations, a 21 folio typescript called “Nochmals Shakespeares Totenmaske” (along with...
Dates: 1777-1912

Scrapboxes of J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps

Identifier: H35745

Intended for inclusion in J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps' Shakespeareana scrapbook series (Folger MS W.b.201-256) mainly pertaining to Shakespeare's life, residences, friends, family, and literary predecessors. The scraps include: letters, printed book fragments, notes, clippings, prints, copies of accounts, maps, and photographs.

Dates: 19th century

Letters of Charles Kean

Identifier: K43343

Letters collected from various sources. Includes autograph letters signed or initialed by Charles Kean. Topics of these letters include Kean's opinions on Shakespeare, acting theory, and theater management, as well as more personal matters such as his engagement and marriage to Ellen Kean and comparisons of his own success as an actor to his father's success.

Dates: 1828-1866

Leo, Friedrich August. Letters mostly to him from various people

Identifier: L46586
Abstract 650 letters, mostly autograph letters signed (ALS). Leo was editor of the Shakespeare Jahrbuch from 1880-1898; much of the correspondence illuminates the early history of the Deutsche Shakespeare Gesellschaft and Shakespeare studies in Germany, England, and the United States. Several concern the theatre. A few include poems. In addition, H.A. Bulthaupt and H.H. Furness mention Edwin Booth [Y.c.1510 (2, 3); Y.c.1530 (13, 16)]; Furness refers to a Shakespeare Calendar...
Dates: 1852-1899

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Collection 7
Archival Object 5
Nineteenth century 7
Letters (correspondence) 6
Manuscripts (documents) 6
Clippings (information artifacts) 4
Criticism, interpretation, etc. 2