Finding Aid for the H. Rider Haggard Papers LSC.0418
Finding aid prepared by Jasmine Larkin, 2020.
UCLA Library Special Collections
Online finding aid last updated 2020 December 23.
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: H. Rider Haggard papers
Creator: Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), 1856-1925
Identifier/Call Number: LSC.0418
Physical Description: 2.0 Linear Feet (4 boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1882-1925
Physical Location: Stored off-site. All requests to access special collections material must be made in advance using the request button located on this page.
Language of Material: Materials are in English.
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Henry Rider Haggard was born June 22, 1856 in Bradenham, Norfolk, England; attended Lincoln's Inn, 1881-85; called to the bar, 1885; secretary to Lieutenant-Governor Henry Bulwer in Natal, South Africa, 1875-77; Master and Registrar of High Court of Transvaal, 1877-79; returned to England in 1879 and began managing wife's estate in Norfolk in 1880; researched agricultural conditions and rural populations in England, 1901-2; chair of the committee, Society of Authors, 1896-98; wrote many novels, including Dawn (1884), King Solomon's Mines (1885), Allan Quatermain (1887), She : a history of adventure (1886), and Belshazzar (1930); died in London, 1925.
UCLA Catalog Record ID: 1470710
[Identification of item], H. Rider Haggard papers (Collection 418). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
Collection contains some 400 pieces of correspondence, including letters to J.C. Jeaffreson, Lord Curzon, and letters to and from Andrew Lang. Also includes fragments of manuscript notes, scrapbooks of clippings, a photograph album, and other ephemera.
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