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Columbia University collection of Frederick Rolfe papers, 1895-1986

Series II: Collector correspondence and exhibition materials, 1940-1986

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Box 2 Argus Book Shop/Ben Abramson letter to Donald Brien about Frederick Rolfe manuscript, "The Bull Against the Enemy of the Anglican Race," for sale, 1940 November 22


Box 2 Harvard College Library/William A. Jackson letters to Donald Brien about Frederick Rolfe manuscripts at Harvard, 1954 April 5


Box 2 David Roth letters to Donald Brien about his Martyr Worthy collection, 1952-1956


Box 2 A. J. A. Symons and Wilbur Stone correspondence about Symons' Frederick Rolfe collection and the loss of a Frederick Rolfe manuscript sent by Symons to Stone via mail,, 1928-1929


Box 2 A. J. A. Symons and Donald Brien correspondence about First Edition Club and Frederick Rolfe translation of The Songs of Meleager, published by First Edition Club in 1937, 1935-1937


Box 2 Julian Symons (brother of A. J. A.) letters to Donald Brien about A. J. A. Symons' collection of 98 letters to/from Frederick Rolfe during his time at Holywell, 1946 May-October


Box 2 Julian Symons letter to Lance Sieveking about loss of Donald Brien's address, 1946 October 24


Box 2 Donald Weeks letters to Donald Brien about Weeks' Frederick Rolfe collecting and others' Frederick Rolfe collections, 1956-1966


Box 2 Cecil Woolf letter to Donald Brien about Frederick Rolfe autographs sent for centenary exhibition, 1961 February 6


Box 2 Miriam Benkovitz notes and drafts on Frederick Rolfe, before 1986


Box 2 Reproductions of photographs by Frederick Rolfe used in RBML exhibition, 1986