Brighton: Harvester Microform Publications, 1986
Each title fully cataloged in MERLIN and shelved with the microfilmed periodical collection, FILM PER. Consult MERLIN for call number for each title. A list of the titles in the collection is available in the Special Collections office or search the series title in MERLIN.
Catalogue of Additional Manuscripts 1854-1887 contains Additional Mss. 23156-23167, 25915, 29631-29643, 29709-29711, 29945-29958, 31972-31977, 33488. 61997. Each play is individually cataloged but the records do not appear in MERLIN with a description of the contents.
British Museum. Dept. of Manuscripts. Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum
Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1977
Stratford-on-Avon: Shakespeare Institute,
Plays are listed by author and title in the card catalog. Partial contents are listed in contents note on main entry catalog card for the collection.
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Contains six plays: “The Tragedy of the Duchess of Malfy” by John Webster; London: Nicholas Okes for John Waterson; 1623. “Devil’s Law Case” by John Webster; London: A.M. for John Grismand; 1623. “Women Beware Women, A Tragedy” by Thomas Middleton; London: [n.p.]; 1657. “The Changeling” by Thomas Midleton [sic] and William Rowley; London: [n.p.]; 1653. “The Late Lancashire Witches” by Thomas Heywood and Richard Broome; London: Thomas Harper for Benjamin Fisher; 1634. “The Tragedy of Albertus Wallenstein, Late Duke of Fridland, and Generall [sic] to the Emperor Ferdinand the Second” by Henry Glapthorne; London: Thomas Paine for George Hutton; 1639. Also contains one published letter entitled “ A Letter Written by a Catholicke [sic] Gentleman, to the Lady Jane Clement, the Haulting Princess of the League” by Capitaine Viques; London: John Wolfe; 1590.
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Brighton: Harvester Microform Publication, 1985
A guide to the collection is on reel one. Each play is individually cataloged in MERLIN. An uncataloged guide is available in the Special Collections office.
The Popular stage : drama in nineteenth century England : the Frank Pettingell collection of plays in the Library of the University of Kent at Canterbury : an inventory : [guide to the microfilm edition].
Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications,
Each title is cataloged in MERLIN.
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Surrey: Emmett Microfilm Ltd, 1983
Fashion Costume and Uniforms Series, Part 3
The collection is arranged by artist and then by play title. A title index is provided. Guide is available, fiche missing as of 12/2006.
Victoria and Albert Museum. Theatre costume design in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
New Canaan, CT: Readex Corporation,
This set contains all available first editions and important subsequent editions of the important and minor English plays from 1500 to 1800, and American plays from the beginning of American drama to 1830. The set also includes foreign plays which were adapted into English. The English titles are grouped into Elizabethan plays, 1515-1641; Restoration plays, 1642-1700, early eighteenth century plays, 1701-1750; and late eighteenth century plays, 1751-1800. There is also a group of the Larpent Collection of Manuscripts, 1737-1800 which are located at the Henry E. Huntington Library and Museum. Finally, the American plays are dated 1714-1830.
Each play is individually catalogued. Consult MERLIN by author or title.
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. Catalogue of the Larpent plays in the Huntington Library, compiled by Dougald MacMillan.
New Canaan, Ct: Readex Corporation, 1963
Each play is individually cataloged in MERLIN.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1981
Each play is individually cataloged in MERLIN. An uncataloged guide is available in the Special Collections office.
Library of Congress. Copyright Office. Dramatic compositions copyrighted in the United States, 1870 to 1916V
Vega (1562-1635), a novelist, poet, and playwright, is considered to be the greatest dramatist in the Spanish language. He wrote as many as 1,500 plays, at least 350 of which survive today. A contemporary of Shakespeare, he rivals the Bard in variety of characters, tone, and subject matter. This work is a comedy written in Vega’s own hand, and the original is located in Parma, Italy, in the Biblioteca Palatina.
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