The collection consists of a mimeographed, signed letter from Starkey to Magee. In the letter, he thanks him for the note on "The Avatars", which he will print in his next issue (Jan.-Mar.). The letter accompanied a complimentary copy of his "Collected Poems".
The fonds consists of a handwritten letter from Thea Rabe-Staadt to Young requesting permission to translate his "Letters From Solitude" into German; a handwritten letter and a typewritten letter from Young to Mr. Cazenove (literary agent); a typed letter from The Literary Agency of London (Cazenove) to Rabe-Staadt re Filson Young; a handwritten letter from Rabe-Staadt to C.F Cazenove (reply - in German).
The collection consists of autograph manuscript of The Great Hunger and Self-Portrait. The Great Hunger is 58 recto pages on 23x18 cm sheets. The poem is a fair copy that has some corrections; it was first published by the Cuala Press, 1942. Self-portrait is in a lined 20x16 cm notebook on 31 recto pages and titled “Patrick Kavanagh 1962 Self-Portrait”; some words are corrected.
The fonds consists of: research notes; correspondence; census material; MS photocopies, transcriptions and proofs produced in the production of Clark's The Winding Stair (1929): Manuscript materials published by The Cornell Yeats (1995) at the Cornell University Press. In addition to material on Yeat's The Winding Stair (1929), The research includes related material from The Winding Stair and Other Poems (1933) and Words for Music Perhaps. Also included is a set of corrected page proofs for Druid Craft (1971).
The collection consists mostly of correspondence from Russell about his social and literary activities. The vast majority of this correspondence is to William K. Magee. There are a few letters to Charles Weekes, Robert Graves, and Miss Buxton. In addition, there is a letter from AE's son Diarmuid Russell to Magee re Magee's proposed biography of AE and a photocopy of a letter (transcript) to Judge Richard Campbell from Dudley Digges re Campbell's broadcast "Farewell to AE". Other materials include a few clippings about AE (obit etc.) and an undated b/w photo of AE.
The collection consists of a handwritten letter by Yeats to A. J. Leventhal, together with its envelope and a handwritten letter to an unidentified businessman, possibly a book seller; a hand coloured card from the Cuala Press (no.148) of "The Lake Isle of Innisfree"; typescript of "The World of W.B. Yeats: Essays in Perspective" edited by Skelton and Saddlemyer (incomplete set), together with a pre-publication copy of the book.