Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Donald James Winslow was a literary scholar and professor of English. The Donald J. Winslow collection consists of published and print materials on Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group with which he was associated as well as publications of the International Virginia Woolf Society of which Winslow was a founding member.
Editor and serious collector of the work of the Bloomsbury Group, Virginia Woolf, and other associated with her. Includes correspondence, a collection of scrapbooks containing articles and images related to Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group, reading notes, drafts of essays, notes and galley proofs for Richardson's A Bloomsbury Iconography, and artwork.
Journalist, book collector, author, advertising executive, and owner of a printing press. Contains correspondence, notes, scholarly articles, reviews, and background material that Frances Hooper used to acquire her important collection of books and manuscripts by Virginia Woolf. Early material includes printed articles by Virginia Woolf, catalog cards from the Library of Congress, and artifacts removed from the books in the collection.
English literary critic, author, man of letters, father of Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell, and first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography. Contains 73 photographs taken between 1856 and 1894 and mounted on 16 leaves.
Influential English writer best remembered for her innovative stream-of-consciousness novels. Papers include correspondence, reading notes, drafts of essays and short stories, corrected page proofs of novels and collected essays, printed ephemera, and photographs.