Miscellaneous items pertaining to Ewald Flügel including a notebook on Beowulf, n.d.; a printed syllabus for his course on
the history of early English literature, 1914; two reprints by Flügel: "Prayers for Peace and Dynamite Orders," 1914, and
"Henry Bradshaw, Librarian and Scholar," 1904; a document in German, 1896; two letters to Frederick E. Brasch, one from A.
W. Pollard re incunabula catalogues, 1913, and one from Sydney S. mourning Flügel's death; a postcard to Mrs. Brasch regarding
a reception being held at Flügel's home, 1914; ; and a photocopy of the notice of completion of work on Flugel’s Palo Alto
Ewald Flügel was Professor of English at Stanford University from 1892 until his death in 1914. He received his Ph.D. from
the University of Leipzig in 1886; his specialty was Anglo-Saxan literature and Chaucer.
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