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Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Joyce, James.

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

James Joyce correspondence, 1920-1940

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1000-012
Scope and Contents This is an artificial collection, pulling together portions of several acquisitions together. There are 16 pieces of correspondence including of handwritten letters, postcards and calling cards from James Joyce to a variety of people, including Leon Paul Fargue, Mrs. Richard Hughes, Mlle Raymonde Linossier, Armand Petitjean, Sean O'Faolain, Charles Ogden, and Niall Sheridan.The materials in this collection are originals. There are photocopies of many other items of...
Dates: 1920 - 1940

James Joyce's Ulysses : First draft screen play, 1965

Identifier: 2009-024
Scope and Contents

First draft screenplay of the Oscar-nominated screenplay. Strick captures the narrative of Joyce's stream-of-consciousness narrative about a day in the life of Leopold Bloom, a Jewish advertising executive and Joyce's more modern reflection of Homer's wandering epic hero. Bloom's journey through the streets of turn-of-the-century Dublin leads him through trials that parallel those of Ulysses on his epic journey home.

Dates: approximately 1965

Paul and Lucie Léon collection of James Joyce, 1920-1971

Identifier: 1984-005
Scope and Contents Consists of correspondence between Paul and/or Lucie Léon and James Joyce and other friends, colleagues, and fellow Joyceans; page proofs for Finnegan’s Wake and page proofs for James Joyce and Paul Léon (listed separately in the McFarlin bibliographic catalog), the Story of a Friendship by Lucie Léon Noël; over 60 photographs and photo-negatives of James Joyce, the Léons, colleagues and friends, and Joyce family members; and a blue/white striped tie once belonging to James Joyce, a...
Dates: 1920 - 1971

"The Only Court Minstrels", 1887

Identifier: 2022.010 OVRSZ
Scope and Contents

"This Company appears in elegant court dresses of the reign of George II, which together with the manificient stage appointments form a pleasing contrast to the old stereotype Evening Dress Suit, and comprising as it does superb vocalists! Inimitable Instrumentalists! Irresistable Comedians! Unapproachable Dancers! Is promised by the Press and Public to be one of The Best and Most Origianl Organizations of Minstrel Artists." Performed at Agricultural Hall, Bridgenorth.

Dates: 1887