Tudor and Stuart Club collection, 1896-1956.


Tudor and Stuart Club collection, 1896-1956.

Tudor and Stuart Club collection, 1896-1956.

The collection has been artificially arranged and consists of material describing the early organization of the Tudor and Stuart Club at Hopkins and a vertical file that includes items removed from books belonging to the club's founder, Sir William Osler and his son, Revere. Included are a holographic history of the club written by University librarian, John C. French, a bibliography of books owned by Revere Osler, and letters of Baltimore poet, Lizette Woodworth Reese to Alger Hiss, who was secretary of the club, 1925-1926. Some small items removed from books belonging to the Osler family form a vertical file and include letters, book reviews, receipts, clippings about literary persons, and notices of sales of rare books. Several letters addressed to Dr. Osler are from authors and critics of the period.

4 linear ft. (1 document box)

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