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Maud Allan and her art. England, 1911.
Letter book of Maud Allan's India and Far East tour. v.p., 1913-14.
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Presentation Copies to/or Books Owned by Maud Allan
Plays of gods and men; The tents of Arabs; The laughter of the Gods; The queen's enemies; and A night at an inn. New York: G.P. Putnam's Son's .
Lady precious stream. An old Chinese play done into English according to its traditional style. With a preface by Lascelles Abercrombie. London: Methuen & Company, Limited .
Rhythm, music and education. Translated from the French by Harold Rubinstein. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1921.
The sunken bell. A fairy play in five acts. By Gerhart Hauptmann. Freely rendered into English verse by Charles Henry Meltzer. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company .
Dance as an art form. Its history and development. New York: A.S. Barnes and Company, 1933.
Margaret Morris dancing. A book of pictures by Fred Daniels. With an introduction and outline of her method by Margaret Morris. London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Company, Limited [n.d.].
The unchastened woman. A comedy. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, Company .
Mimes et ballet grecs. Paris: Librairie Léon Vanier, éditeur, 1908.
1 postcard album (several of the postcards are addressed to Maud Allan).
1 scrapbook album (compiled of postcards gathered while on a personal tour of Europe in 1927).
1 album of photgraphs of Maud Allan and friends.
1 album of photographs of Maud Allan and friends in Africa.
1 album of photographs of Maud Allan at grave of Cecil Rhodes.
1 album of photographs of Maud Allan and friends on their India and Far mast tour. Photographs taken by J.W. Mitchell.