Papers of Mary Rose [manuscript], 1894-1920.

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Rose, Mary, 1843 or 4-1921. Papers of Mary Rose [manuscript], 1894-1920.

Papers of Mary Rose [manuscript], 1894-1920.

Includes incoming typed and autograph correspondence (1-32), typescript and autograph essays, lectures, notes and outlines by Rose (33-43); essays and notes by others and two cast lists (44-50); other miscellaneous items (51-53) and envelopes of clippings (54-58) Correspondents include: Richard Savage (1), (3), (24); George Cox Bompas (2), (4-8), (10); Horace Jas. Fennes (9); Stanley Cooper (11) and (23); J.C. Collins (12) and (13); C.C. Stopes (14-15); Daisy Stratford Dugdale (16); Cordelice Leigh (17); E. Urspruch (18); Hugh Lawley (19); D. Croll (20); Alice Stuart Wortley (21); A.G. Snelgrove (22); Ernest Law (25); C.F. Johnson (26); Beatrice E. Shepherd, neeĢ Burgess (27); E. Willmott (28) and Charles Kingsley (29). (30) includes two envelopes addressed to Mrs. Rose, a printed visiting card of Sir Sidney Lee signed simply "with kind regards" and a printed card from The Trustees & Guardians of Shakespeare's Birthplace inviting Mrs. Rose to an exhibition opening at the Birthplace Museum. (31) and (32) appear to be copies of letters from the Literary Supplement, one from Stopes (31) and one from George Greenwood, House of Commons (32). The correspondence is from various locations in England to Mrs. Rose in Stratford-on-Avon, except for (27) which is from Edinburgh. Included with the correspondence: (13) a copy of a letter from Sidney Lee to J.C. Collins and a letter from Collins to Mrs. Rose; (16) a letter from Howard S. Pearson to "Madam," and 3 leaves of notes on Sir William Dugdale and a copy of a letter from W.[F.G.?] Dugdale to Daisy Dugdale; (18) a poem entitled "William Shakespeare's Tomb," signed by Em[my?] Urspruch. First line: My dust is sacred and my sleep profound; (26) is a poem entitled "The Shakespearian Phrase" by C.F. Johnson with an envelope addressed to Mrs. Rose, postmarked 1919. Unclear if it is in Johnson's autograph. First line: He took ten words from our English speech; (27) a pencil sketch of Norbrook. Topics of Mrs. Rose's essays include Shakespeare in general, his family, King Lear and the Paston letters (33-43). Essays include: (33) an essay and notes on the Bitford Legend; (34) untitled essay on Shakespeare; refers to Sidney Lee; (35) a carbon copy of a typescript essay entitled Shakespeare in fact and tradition; (36) an essay on Shakespeare and Warwickshire; (37) and (38) are outlines for papers on Shakespeare; (39) an essay on the play King Lear; (40) an essay on the Paston letters; (41) and (42) are typescript copies of the same essay on Shakespeare and Stratford; (43) an essay on Mrs. Astell and her girls' boarding school; (44) an essay by Stopes on Shakespeare's Hamlet and Belleforest; (45) an introduction to a reading of Twelfth night (by an unknown writer in an unidentified hand); (46-48) consist of related notes [in Stopes' hand?] and clippings Stopes' on Dugdale and Shakespeare (46), an annotated offprint of an essay entitled The true story of the Stratford bust by Stopes, reprinted from the Monthly Review, April 1904 (47) and notes by Rose on Shakespeare-related topic (48); (49) consists of a typescript cast list for Two gentleman of Verona with manuscript notes and one for King John with minor manuscript annotations; (50) consists of copies of essays and articles by various authors other than Mrs. Rose including A.W. Pollard and C.C. Stopes, a typescript copy of a prologue and an epilogue by David Garrick for the opening of the Theatre Royal, King Street, Bristol, 30 May 1766, and others. Miscellaneous items: (51) consists of one printed leaf from the Shakespeare Club dated 14 October 1919 on John Bretchgirdle, the minister who baptized Shakespeare; a printed pamphlet of The Shakespeare Association dated 1916; a print of Shakespeare's casket with annotations; a photograph of a silhouette of Mrs. Mary Hornby; and an autograph quotation of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus signed by M.M. Erslyee Wills, September 1894, with an envelope and a letter fragment; (52) consists of miscellaneous manuscript notes; (53) is a national health insurance exemption certificate and pamphlet for Mrs. Rose.

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