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Pamphlet, Illustration, Image
During the mid-1930s and 40s George Orwell became an avid collector of pamphlets. His astounding collection, totalling m...
Published in 1929, Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One's Own is a key work of feminist literary criticism. Written after she ...
Printed music Created date: 1926-1927
The Russian composer Aleksandr Mosolov was born in Kiev on 29 July 1900 and died in Moscow on 12 July 1973. He received...
Pamphlet, Illustration, Image
This pamphlet contains T S Eliot’s Animula (1929), published with artwork by Gertrude Hermes as the third of Eliot’s con...
Manuscript Created date: April 1929
It was Christmas Day 1928 when Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951) began this Klavierstück (literally, piano piece). He finish...
Sound recording Created date: 1926 (re-released by Symposium Records in 1992)
This wartime Cello Sonata (1916), by the English composer Frederick Delius, was written for the cellist Beatrice Harriso...
Sound recording Created date: 1928. Re-released by EMI in 1990
Frederick Delius’s Brigg Fair (1907) is a set of variations for large orchestra based on the folksong ‘Unto Brigg Fair’....
Photograph Created date: 1 July 1929
This photograph shows composer Frederick Delius (seated, centre) with his friend and fellow-composer Percy Grainger (lef...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera Created date: 29 December 1929; whole volume 1892–1934
In 1929 Virginia Woolf published A Room of One’s Own, a feminist treatise that urges readers to establish a new traditio...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera Created date: 1927–29
These letters were sent by W H Auden to his friend and fellow Oxford undergraduate William McElwee between 1927 and 1929...
Manuscript Created date: 1929?
This is the manuscript of Maurice Ravel’s arrangement for piano duet (four hands at one piano) of his orchestral work Bo...
Booklet Created date: 1914-1944
How do we know about the active service of German soldiers? A German soldier’s active service was recorded in 3 separate...
Photograph, Image Created date: 1888–1938
This collection of photographs shows the Irish novelist James Joyce, as well as members of his family and some of his as...
Manuscript, Photograph, Image Created date: 1914; estimated 1932; 1923; whole collection 1914–49
George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion became an international phenomenon after it premiered in Vienna in 1913 as a German tran...
Photograph, Image Created date: 1900; whole collection 1988–93
These three photographs are from the 1990 Chicago production of Our Country’s Good that was staged by Remains Theatre a...