Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Includes 312 autograph letters signed and initialed and one typed letter signed to and from Delia Bacon and others; 10 miscellaneous items including prospectuses of Delia Bacon, her The author's apology and claim, [1857?], an engraving of Leonard Bacon, a memorandum of an agreement between Delia Bacon and Samuel Coleman, an inventory of school items to be sold at a private sale in 1831 and payments to various people for sums due, and 3 newspaper clippings.
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.
Items collected by John Payne Collier for An old man's diary. Removed from Collier's own annotated copy, cataloged as W.b.504-507. Includes autograph manuscripts by Collier himself, as well as letters addressed to Collier and others.
John Payne Collier Collection of Letters and Papers, removed from The history of English dramatic poetry to the time of Shakespeare, and Annals of the stage of the restoration
John Payne Collier copies of manuscripts and printed material, approximately 1400-approximately 1700
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.
Letters to John Payne Collier from various correspondents, including some addressed to other recipients and forwarded to Collier. Letters refer to manuscript editing, editions of Collier's writing on Shakespeare and English Drama, and assorted events within membership ranks of literary and antiquarian societies.
A collection of letters and papers (n.d., 1849-1916) of Augustin Daly (1838-1899) arising mainly out of his management of the two successive Fifth Avenue Theatres (1869-1877), the Grand Opera House (1872-1874), and Daly’s Theatre (1879-1899), all in New York City. The majority of the letters are addressed to Daly. Letters in German are described in greater detail in the Guide to Letters and Papers by German Authors.
Descriptive lists of records of Drury Lane and Covent Garden Theatres. Includes lists of journals, nightly accounts, pay books, records of the wardrobe keepers, lists of plays with casts, inventories, etc. with dates.
Family and official papers of the Ferrers family of Tamworth Castle dating from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century (mostly mid-sixteenth century to mid-seventeenth century) concerning the family's political, legal, financial, personal, and manorial affairs mostly in Derbyshire, Essex, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.