Finding-Aid for the Letitia Elizabeth Landon Collection (VMF094)


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Collection Outline

Descriptive Summary

Biograph

Restrictions

Administrative Information


Collection Outline

Fugitive poems by L.E.L.: [n.d.]. 1824-1827

The Times Literary Supplement. L.E.L.[review]. 1928: Mar. 15.

Notes And Queries. 1938: Oct. 15.

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Landon , Letitia Elizabeth , 1802-1838 , British poet.
Title: Letitia Elizabeth Landon Collection
Identification: VMF094[Accession: 1458]

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Biograph

See the introduction to Fugitive poems listed below.

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Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

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Administrative Information

Source

Purchase

Processed: December 1976 RKJ

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Box/folder
5/Landon

Fugitive poems by L.E.L.: [collection of poems]., [n.d.]. 1824-1827 (1 volume (173 pp.))

Clippings from The literary gazette and Journal of belles letters, 1824-1827, pasted in bound volume. Introduction, table of contents, and occasional poems in unidentified autograph. Bookplate of Maurice Buxton Forman. Bound in white cloth, gold stamped on spine.

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5/Landon

The Times Literary Supplement. L.E.L.[review]., 1928: Mar. 15. (1 item)

An unsigned review of L.E.L.: A mystery of the thirties[biography], by D.E. Enfield, clipped from the Times Literary Supplement.

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Notes And Queries., 1938: Oct. 15. (1 item)

An unsigned discussion of the circumstances surrounding Landon's death, clipped from the pages of Notes and queries.

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