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Woodhouse 1966 2nd accession

Two books from the library of A.S.P. Woodhouse, with annotations by him, being "Poems" by John Keats, ed. Arlo Bates (Boston: Ginn & Co. 1896, Athenaeum Press Series ) and the "Faerie Queen" by Edmund Spenser, Volume II (London: J.M. Dent, 1914, Everymans Library).

Woodhouse 1975 accession

Records in this accession consist of notebooks, manuscripts and typescripts, annotated offprints and articles, annotated books, some correspondence, a newspaper clipping about Woodhouse, and magazine articles written about Woodhouse.

Woodhouse 1984 accession

Papers of A.S.P. Woodhouse used for the posthumous publication of his book, "The Heavenly Muse: A Preface to Milton", with an introduction and annotations by Hugh MacCallum. Consist of lecture notebooks, addresses, drafts and printed copies of articles, and the MSS for "The Heavenly Muse".

Woodhouse 2006 accession

Notebooks compiled by A.S.P. Woodhouse, primarily for teaching in English literaure at University College, University of Toronto. The emphasis is on 18th century literature (especially Romanticism) and the History of nineteenth century thought, in the undergraduate pass and honours program (largely the latter). Accompanying them is a selection of heavily annotated books by and about 19th century writers.

Norman Jamieson Endicott

This accession of contains 3 files from Norman Jamieson Endicott, which were transferred originally to the University College Archives before coming to the University of Toronto Archives.
The files contain colloquium committee notes (1957-1958), Library Committee correspondence re. Bentley and Esplin (1966) from George Gray Falle of Trinity College, and the list of University College students excused for fall harvest in Saskatchewan in 1942.

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