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    Creator:Stewart, Angus
    Title:Angus Stewart correspondence and publishing files
    Date(s):1971-1977
    Call No:MSS 0657
    Abstract:Angus Stewart (1936-1998) was an Australian-born British writer known for the novels Sandel (1968) and Snow in Harvest (1969), a book of verse titled Sense and Inconsequence: Satirical Verses (1972),[...] and the memoir Tangier: A Writer's Notebook (1977). The Angus Stewart correspondence and publishing files collection comprises letters from Angus Stewart to publishers Timothy d'Arch Smith (born 1936) and Michael Ayres, as well as London bookdealer Fuller d'Arch Smith, Ltd. files relating to the 1972 publication of Sense and Inconsequence.
    Subjects:Booksellers and bookselling--Great Britain--History--20th century | Gay authors | Homosexuality in literature | Booksellers | More Subjects
    Creator:Wakeman, Geoffrey
    Title:Geoffrey Wakeman Plough Press collection
    Date(s):1655-1996
    Call No:MSS 0554
    Abstract:The Geoffrey Wakeman Plough Press collection consists of the records of the Plough Press and the works and research materials of the Plough Press's founder, English printer and author Geoffrey[...] Wakeman. The Plough Press's publications, reprints, and original works by Wakeman and others pertain to print culture, particularly printers and printing, illustration processes, binding, and paper.
    Subjects:Bookbinding--Specimens | Printing--Great Britain--History--20th century | Printing--Great Britain--History--19th century | Illustration of books--Technique | More Subjects
    Creator:Dobson, Alban, 1885-
    Title:Austin Dobson collection
    Date(s):1762-1999
    Call No:MSS 0644
    Abstract:The Austin Dobson collection comprises approximately six linear feet plus oversize material of correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, contracts, royalty statements, artwork, photographs, wills, genealogies, periodicals, clippings, scrapbooks, copper plates, and printed[...] ephemera. The collection documents the work and life of English author and civil servant (Henry) Austin Dobson (1840-1921) and the management of Dobson's estate and literary legacy by his youngest son, Alban Dobson (1885-1962) and his son, Christopher Dobson (1916-2005), primarily during the period between the author's death in 1921 and Alban Dobson's death in 1962.
    Subjects:Authors, English--19th century | Authors, English--20th century | Intellectual property--England | Literary agents | More Subjects