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James Marshall Osborn collection of poetry manuscripts, [ca. 1500-1900].

From: James Marshall Osborn collection of poetry manuscripts

James Marshall Osborn collection of poetry manuscripts, [ca. 1500-1900].

From: James Marshall Osborn collection of poetry manuscripts

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Prologue: We to this place where Shakespear dwelt of old ...
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Abstract:
The collection consists of manuscript copies of several thousand individual English poems, dating from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries. The majority of the items date from between 1650 and 1800.
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4.80 linear ft. (15 boxes)
2 p. ; 21 cm.
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Box 5
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Folder P.B. V / 97-100
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97
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Object ID: 10033746
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