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Mary Lago Collection.

Restrictions

Copyright on all correspondence resides with the originator. Correspondence in the collection not written by Mary Lago may be consulted but not photocopied or published without permission from the copyright holder.

The majority of the correspondence collected by Lago is in the form of photocopies. Lago did have possession of a number of original letters, which are marked as such in the inventory. Parts of the collected correspondence are in the form of handwritten or typed notes, some of which are in Lago’s shorthand. Photocopies of correspondence collected by Lago (Forster, e.g.) may be under further restrictions based on instructions of original source.

Box 14. Mary Lago Correspondence.

  • 26 Re: Permissions, 1976-1981
  • 27 Correspondence, 1975-1986

Box 15. Correspondence, Notes, Drafts.

Mary Lago Correspondence​
  • 1 Mary Lago with Simon Fenwick, 1996
  • 2 Re: Alma Tadema piano, 1978
Collected Correspondence
  • 3 Burne-Jones to Fairfax Murray, 1867-1892 [Texas: TBR]
  • 4 Burne-Jones to Howards, etc – Castle Howard.
  • 5 Burne-Jones to various correspondence. Notes
  • 6 Rooke to Burne-Jones. Transcripts, notes
  • 7 Burne-Jones to G. F. Watts (Compton). Notes
  • 8 Burne-Jones to Mary Gladstone. Notes
  • 9 Burne-Jones to S. Colvin (from Durham County Council)
  • 10 Burne-Jones to J. R. Lowell
  • 11 Burne-Jones to misc. (includes 1 to Oscar Wilde). [Texas: TBR]
  • 12 Burne-Jones to Mrs. Gaskell (Elizabeth). Notes
  • 13 Burne-Jones to C. E. Norton family
  • 14 Rooke to Sydney Cockrell. (from OWS 1943 Annual volume)
  • 15 John Ruskin to Rooke. [Texas: TBR]
  • 16 Burne-Jones to Ruskin.
  • 17 Edward Burne-Jones to Philip Burne-Jones. Photocopies
  • 18 Burne-Jones to various–from Institut Neerlandais. Photocopies
  • 19 John Ruskin to various correspondents. Notes
  • 20 Rooke to Burne-Jones. Photocopies (from Institut Neerlandais)
  • 21 T.M. Rooke to Philip Webb, 1898 [original letter; 1 ALS]
  • 22 Correspondence from Institut Neerdlandais
  • 23 Correspondence, n.d.
  • 24 Ruskin to various, notes
Notes
  • 25 “Burne-Jones and Art Nouveau,” by Paul Liss. TMs. Correspondence, Paul Liss and Mary Lago, 1982
  • 26 Rook/Cockerell and Cockerell Diaries, Notes
  • 27 Notes
  • 28 Burne-Jones, Morris, etc. Mss collections
  • 29 Notes
  • 30 Miscellaneous material.
  • 31 Useful rough notes from working copy of B-JT
  • 32 Original retyped pp. for final copy to Murray
  • 33 Catherine William’s Catalogue of TMR’s work at Reading-Ruskin Museum, 1978
  • 34 Notes. Incl. TM Rookes’ apology for presenting the conversation
  • 35 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [1/3]
  • 36 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [2/3]
  • 37 “T.M. Rooke’s Notes of Edward Burne-Jones’ Talk Transcribed by Georgiana Burne-Jones” [3/3]
Drafts
  • 38 Burne-Jones by Himself . TMs
  • 39 Burne-Jones by Himself . TMs
  • 40 Burne-Jones Talkin g. TMs (various pages)
  • 41 Burne-Jones Talking . TMs
  • 42 Burne-Jones Talking . TMs
  • 43 Burne-Jones by himself . I.
  • 44 Burne-Jones by himself. II.

Box 16. Drafts.

  • Burne-Jones Talking. I.
  • Burne-Jones Talking. II.
  • Burne-Jones Talking. III.
  • Burne-Jones Talking. IV.
  • Burne-Jones Talking. Index Copy