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Finding Aid for the Maud Allan Papers, 1910-1934
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Ephemera

Box 1

Maud Allan and her art. England, 1911.

Physical Description: 12 leaves. 26 cm. A dance program.
 

Manuscripts

Box 1

Letter book of Maud Allan's India and Far East tour. v.p., 1913-14.

Physical Description: 179 leaves. 25 cm. Carbon copies of holograph correspondence. Bound in grey cardboard cover.

Scope and Content Note

Most of the correspondence is by her agent, W. Angus MacLeod.
 

Presentation Copies to/or Books Owned by Maud Allan

Box 1

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 [1917].

Creator/Collector: Dunsany, Lord
Box 1

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 [1934].

Creator/Collector: Hsiung, S.I.
Box 1

Rhythm, music and education. Translated from the French by Harold Rubinstein. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1921.

Creator/Collector: Jacques-Dalcroze, Emile
Box 1

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 [1899].

Creator/Collector: Meltzer, Henry
Box 1

Dance as an art form. Its history and development. New York: A.S. Barnes and Company, 1933.

Creator/Collector: La Meri
Box 1

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.].

Creator/Collector: Morris, Margaret
Box 2

The unchastened woman. A comedy. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, Company [1916].

Creator/Collector: Anspacher, Louis Kaufman
Box 2

Mimes et ballet grecs. Paris: Librairie Léon Vanier, éditeur, 1908.

Creator/Collector: Cherfils, Christian.
 

Oversize Packages

Box 3

1 postcard album (several of the postcards are addressed to Maud Allan).

Box 3

1 scrapbook album (compiled of postcards gathered while on a personal tour of Europe in 1927).

 

Photograph Albums

Box 2

1 album of photgraphs of Maud Allan and friends.

Physical Description: Bound in green cover.
Box 2

1 album of photographs of Maud Allan and friends in Africa.

Physical Description: Bound in black cover.
Box 2

1 album of photographs of Maud Allan at grave of Cecil Rhodes.

Physical Description: Bound in black cover.
Box 2

1 album of photographs of Maud Allan and friends on their India and Far mast tour. Photographs taken by J.W. Mitchell.

Physical Description: Bound in black cover.