GLAM Survey of Collecting Policy & Practice:
Keele University Library, Special Collections and Archives

Literary archives and manuscripts at Keele date from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries and include: a sizeable collection of Arnold Bennett Papers including letters, journals and literary manuscripts; the Wilfred Bloor collection of stories, correspondence and audio cassettes of over 400 tales in Potteries dialect; T.E. Hulme’s notes on language and style, manuscript poems, plus several letters from Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot; letters from H. G. Wells in the Foundations of British Sociology Archive; manuscripts in the Raymond Richards Collection by Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, Christopher Anstey, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Charles Dickens and Maria Edgeworth.

For further information or enquiries please contact Keele University Library direct.

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Keele University Library, Special Collections and Archives

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