Paul van Capelleveen, rare book librarian at the Dutch national library in The Hague, recently came to the University of Delaware Library to see the collection. His research focuses on Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon, the illustrators and artists who, among other things, designed many of Oscar Wilde’s books and operated the Vale Press. A short note about his has appeared on his interesting and informative Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon blog devoted to these two remarkable figures. The post includes images from the dedication copy of the Vale Press Parables (1903) and a photograph of Capelleveen with Mark Samuels Lasner. When he was here Capelleveen generously made two gifts to the collection, a privately printed pamphlet he has issued containing a previously unpublished Wilde letter and a new book (limited edition of 75 copies) about the poet John Gray’s connections with the Netherlands. He reports that a further visit will be necessary to examine all the Ricketts and Shannon material in the collection; one day was not enough.