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  1. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Sellwood

    Papers relating mainly to Henry Sellwood (d 1867), father of Emily Tennyson.

    Extent: 14 files

    Date: 19th-20th Cent

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 19th-20th Cent TRC/SELLWOOD

  2. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Accounts

    Miscellaneous accounts and financial papers, mainly relating to members of the Tennyson family.

    Extent: 21 files

    Date: 1842-1896

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1842-1896 TRC/A

  3. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Manuscripts

    The Tennyson Research Centre holds a small but significant collection of manuscripts. It includes that of In Memoriam, the most significant poem of the Victorian age (see TRC/M/1) and a number of drafts of Charge of the Light Brigade (see Exhibitions and TRC/P/60-63.)

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/M

  4. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Proofs

    There are 200 volumes of proofs and in the TRC, about 17,000 pages in total. Many sets show that Tennyson would enter his alterations and additions by hand, so the resulting volume is a combination of revised printed text and manuscript. Proofs include: The Death of Oenone; the Examiner 1852, Locksley Hall Sixty Years After; Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington; Poems Chiefly Lyrical; Poems 1833; Poems 1842; Tiresias; The Lover's Tale;The Cup; Becket; Harold; The Foresters; Queen Mary; The Promise of May; The Princess; Works 1884; Ballads and other Poems; Demeter; Enoch Arden; Idylls of the King and Trial Books of In Memoriam and Maud. Proofs of single poems include Achilles over the Trench; Attempts at Classic Metres; Aylmer's Field; Carmen Saeculare; The Charge of the Heavy Brigade; The Charge of the Light Brigade; The Death of the Duke of Clarence and Avondale; Despair; Early Spring; 1865-1866; Enoch; Epitaph on General Gordon; Epitaph on Lord Stratford; Experiments; Frater Ave atque Vale; The Grandmother; On a Spiteful Letter (both the latter in Once a Week andGrandmother illustrated by Millais); Hands all Round; Lucretius; Ode on the Opening of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition; Lucretius (photocopies); The Throstle; Tithonus; The Throstle; Tithonus; To HRH Princess Beatrice; To Macready; To the Queen; Vastness; The Victim; Virgil; A Welcome [to HRH Marie Alexandrovna]; The Window;

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/P

  5. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Letters and other papers

    Letters, mainly to and from members of the Tennyson family, together with accounts and some other personal papers.

    Extent: 9148 files

    Date: 1754-1986

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Access Conditions: None

    Date: 1754-1986 TRC/LETTERS

  6. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Alfred Tennyson

    The library of Alfred Tennyson contains some 3,000 volumes from his libraries in Farringford and Surrey. Among the volumes are important books from his childhood, ones he sought as a young man, books that were sent to him by admirers and texts that he annotated.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/AT

  7. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Notebooks

    Notebooks including travel journals, lists of plate, reminiscences, inventories of furniture, books and plate, diary of Tennyson's last illness

    Extent: 30 files

    Date: 1807-1892

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1807-1892 TRC/N

  8. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Charles Tennyson Turner

    Amongst the Tennyson papers is the library of Charles Tennyson Turner, one of Alfred's older brothers. He acquired 'Turner' as the condition of a small inheritance of his childless uncle, Samuel Turner. Many of Charles's books are in their original publishers' wrappers.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/CTT

  9. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Emily Tennyson

    Amongst the papers of the Tennyson family are books which belonged to Alfred Tennyson's wife, Emily Sellwood. They include some books belonging to the Sellwood family.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/ET

  10. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of George Clayton Tennyson

    Some 800 volumes of the Somersby library of Alfred Tennyson's father, Dr George Clayton Tennyson, are in the Tennyson Research Centre. They formed the bulk of Alfred's education because his formal schooling ended when he was 11 years old.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/GCT

  11. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Hallam & Lionel Tennyson

    Amongst the papers of the Tennyson family are some volumes that were owned jointly by Alfred Tennyson's sons, Hallam and Lionel Tennyson, as children

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/H&L

  12. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Hallam Tennyson

    Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson, was the older son of Alfred and named after Tennyson's university friend, Arthur Hallam. His library includes books belonging to his wife, Audrey, and their three sons Lionel, Aubrey and Harold. He was the second Governor General of Australia.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/HT

  13. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Matilda Tennyson

    Amongst the Tennyson family papers are 17 volumes belonging to Tennyson's younger sister, Matilda (1816-1913). She was variously called Matilda, Maude, Maud, Tilly.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/MATILDA

  14. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Books belonging to miscellaneous members of the Tennyson family

    Amongst the Tennyson papers are a few volumes which belonged to other members of Tennyson's family, especially his brother, Frederick, and sisters, Emily and Mary.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/MISC FAMILY

  15. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Tennyson's Works

    The Tennyson Research Centre contains most significant editions of Tennyson's work, including first and later editions owned and annotated by Tennyson himself.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/W

  16. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Library of Matilda Tennyson

    Amongst the Tennyson family papers are 17 volumes belonging to Tennyson's younger sister, Matilda (1816-1913). She was variously called Matilda, Maude, Maud, Tilly.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    TRC/MT

  17. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Press Cuttings relating to the death of Alfred Tennyson

    From the papers of Hallam Tennyson. Three boxes of cuttings provided by Durrant's Press Cuttings, 57 Holborn Viaduct, London EC of press coverage of the death of Alfred Tennyson in 1892. The fourth box contains material that is unpackaged, including European cuttings from 'Argus de la Presse', and poetry reviews.

    Extent: 4 boxes

    Date: 12 Oct-18 Nov 1892

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 12 Oct-18 Nov 1892 TRC/DEATH PRESS CUTTINGS

  18. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Papers and Correspondence of Sir Charles Tennyson to Hope Dyson

    Letters from Sir Charles Bruce Locker Tennyson to Hope Dyson Contains some photographs, newscuttings, invitations and other ephemera. Typescripts of CBLT's work.

    Extent: 2 Boxes

    Date: 1965 to1977

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1965 to1977 TRC/DYSON DONATION

  19. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Memorial Poems sent to the family of Alfred Tennyson after his death

    From the papers of Hallam Tennyson. 126 items. Collection of poems written on the death of Alfred Tennyson by members of the public and sent to Tennyson's family. Some are in manuscript and some are printed. They suggest Tennyson's international appeal. Amongst their number are:
    1 Poem from Gladys, age 10. Vancouver, BC
    28 A poem from Perth Australia
    32 A poem from M. M. Collins, a 90 year old from Bath
    34 A ten page poem handwritten to Lady Tennyson from T (?) Gertrude Ford
    40 A poem and eulogium presented to Lady Tennyson by Levelin, an Irishman.
    41 A poem from Reverend E. H. Dewart, D.D. of Toronto, Canada.
    46 A printed copy of a poem in memorian signed by the author, Helen Eyles, "a sincere sympathizer."
    61 A signed copy of A Memorial Sermon by Rev. Alfred J. Harvey, M.A.
    71 A poem dedicated to Hallam Tennyson in memory of his father from Matthew Johnston, Inspector of Police, Bridgeton Glasgow
    81 A poem written to Hallam from one of England's poor to show him the esteem in which Tennyson was held by a working man. From A. Martell
    84 The Irish Temperance League Journal, Nov. 1, 1892, fully intact with a memoriam poem "THe Death of Tennyson" on page 168.
    87 A memoriam poem written in French by J. Pinot de Moira
    98 A typed poem, handwritten letter and envelope addressed to Lady Tennyson to be read and accepted. Written by Edward Penna.
    99 Edward Penna sends the same poem to Lord Hallam Tennyson to be read and accepted as well. Same handwritten letter with the only difference being that Edward mentions that he had submitted a poem to Lord Tennyson in 1888 for criticism and received a complimentary letter from Lord Tennyson back.
    110 Poem written by Herbert Sleigh on receiving the last letter from Lord Tennyson. Dated, Haslemere, Sept. 29, 1892. Printed privately for: Lord H. Tennyson, His Grace the Archbishop of Cantebury, Oscar Browning, Esq, MA, Professor Nixon, Lewis Morris, Esq, MA, Professor J. Stuart Blackie, Walter Besant, Esq, and Members of the Society of Authors, The Rev. E J Stone, MA, The Rev. E. Gardiner, MA, The Rev. - Kingsford, MA, The Rev H E J Bevan, MA, E H Pickersgill, Esq, MP, C. Welch, Esq, F.S.A., The Rev. H. Burden, B.A.m D. Bayles, Esq., The Members of The Browning Society. (Four copies total)
    111 A letter to Hallam from Josiah Reniek Smith of Columbus, Ohio, with an attached newspaper print of his poem written in remembrance of Tennyson. In the handwritten letter he tells how Tennyson cheered him with his works for the last 20 years and asks for a photograph. He apologizes for his intrusion of privacy. The letter is written on stationary from Ohio State University, Columbus, Department of Greek. Written Nov 22, 1892
    126 Wycliffe Congregational Church, Tennyson Memorial Service, Oct 23, 1892, Service Programme.

    Extent: 1 box

    Date: 1892

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1892 TRC/DEATH MEMORIAL POEMS

  20. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    The Papers of Charles Bruce Locker Tennyson

    Correspondence and working papers of Sir Charles Bruce Locker Tennyson. It includes comprehensive correspondence with his wife, Ivy Gladys Pretious.

    Extent: 14 boxes plus ? lever arch files

    Date: 1907-1977

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1907-1977 TRC/CBLT

  21. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    The Papers of Fryn Tennyson Jesse

    The correspondence and working papers of Fryn Tennyson Jesse, artist, journalist, novelist, playwright and criminologist.
    The 41 books are first editions of her work. The 13 boxes include material relating to her work as a correspondent in the First World War, notebooks, manuscripts, typescripts of plays, essays and poems, fan letters, correspondence from the 1940s and 1950s. There are two copies of The Paper Chase, 1908 and 1909, two watercolours 'Toute passe' and 'My Town. The five albums include photographs and newspaper cuttings of Jesse's journalism and the reviews. There are two boxes containing the Annales Tennysonianii or scrapbooks kept by her father the Reverend Eustace D'Eyncourt Jesse.
    The material was donated to the Tennyson Research Centre by Jesse's assistant and biographer Joanna Colenbrander in 1983.

    Extent: 15 boxes 5 albums 41 books

    Date: 1888 - 1958

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1888 - 1958 TRC/FTJ

  22. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Correspondence between Sir Charles Tennyson and George O Marshall and Tennyson related material

    January 20th 1990. Letter confirming donation of material by George O Marshall to Tennyson Research Centre.
    1964-1970 A collection of correspondence from Charles Bruce Locker Tennyson to George Marshall, professor at the University of Georgia
    "Dogs", an essay by Charles Tennyson
    An essay about Alfred Lord Tennyson's writing by Charles Tennyson
    A written essay about Ivy Gladys Tennyson by Charles Tennyson
    An essay about Charles Tennyson's father
    6.1.1915 A letter about the badge of the Companion of the Order of St. Michael & St. George; certificate enclosed
    1913 Scrapbook of newspapers of reviews of "Cambridge from Within"
    29.3.1905 Official documentation granting the Companion of the Order of St. Michael & St. George
    1925 apprx. A portfolio of plays written by Charles Tennyson
    A collection of stories/essays, including a narrative about Audrey Tennyson, by Charles Tennyson
    A copy of the Marlborough notebooks containing dialogue between Hallam Tennyson and Alfred Lord Tennyson
    A collection of essays about Alfred Lord Tennyson's character
    A cut version of "Becket" from the collection of various articles of Charles Tennyson
    Three pages of notes by A.B. 8/7/1903
    14.12.1889 Mayalls photograph of Alfred Tennyson "December 14, 1889 Lord Tennyson in memory of the Christening of Lionel Hallam Tennyson"
    1897 Photograph of Lionel Hallam Tennyson 8 1/2, Aubrey Alfred 5 1/2, and Harold Courtney 1: 1897" Hallam Tennyson's children
    Photograph of Harold Tennyson in officer uniform as young boy
    Photograph by J. Bennett & Sons with "Arthur?" written on the back
    Photograph of Horatio Tennyson by Gillman H.
    April, 1890 Photograph of Lionel Hallam Tennyson aged 5 1/2 months with Audrey Tennyson
    A dual photograph of a woman with her two children by Mennah & Kent, Brighton
    1911 A photograph used as a Christmas card of Audrey Tennyson
    1901 Photograph of Audrey Tennyson in lace dress
    A photograph of a gentleman sitting down with a top hat on the table. The back has "? Arthur T." scratched out and something illegible. J. Magill photographer.
    1879 Two photographs of Mrs. Horatio Tennyson, taken in Rome 1879
    Photograph of Emily Jesse
    Photograph of Emily Jesse "and her son?"
    Photograph of "Matilda?"
    Photograph of a lady by R. Slingsby
    A photograph of elder Emily Jesse
    A photograph of elder Emily Jesse sitting down
    A photograph of a lady sitting down with "Matilda?" written on the back
    Large photograph of Arthur Tennyson by Gillman H.
    Photograph of a bearded Arthur Tennyson. "Mr. Tennyson" written on the front. Done by Magill, Belfast.
    Three postcards of Tennyson's birthplace, Somersby including images of the house, Tennyson's bridge and brook, and the Rectory

    Extent: 1 box

    Date: 1879 - 1970

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1879 - 1970 TRC/MARSHALL DONATION

  23. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Papers relating to Tennyson and Sir James Knowles

    Papers relating to Sir James Knowles 'Aspects of Tennyson' and other material. This includes
    1. A pencil sketch by Tennyson for Beatrice Knowles.
    2. Annotated proof copies of Aspects of Tennyson published in The Nineteenth Century January 1893.
    3. A private printing for Hallam Tennyson of 'The Metaphysical Society', 1897, ms notes relating to articles for The Nineteenth Century.
    4. Notes about Hallam Tennyson.
    5. Corrected proofs of poems on Tennyson by Huxley, Myers, Noel, Palgrave, de Vere, Watts and Knowles for Nineteenth Century November 1892.
    6. Letters (in main letters boxes)
    7. Tennyson's Arthurian poem, reprinted from The Spectator 1 January 1870.
    8. Drafts for article in Nineteenth Century on Tennyson by James Knowles Janujary 1893.
    9. Double sheet of notes, 1872 including Tennyson's 'The Lord has grown as commonplace' in Knowles hand and various memories of Tennyson.
    10. The Dolorous Stroke. Ms notebook. Dictation prose version of Balin and Balan, c 1872.
    11. The Idylls of the King. Privately printed for Hallam Tennyson, 1897 3pp includes Tennyson's poem, 'The Christ of Ammergau.'
    12. Newspaper cutting about sale of Knowles ms in 1928.
    13. Notes from Priscilla Metcalf.
    The papers had been kept by Knowles's grand-daughter Eirene Skilbeck (d1969) and used by Prscilla Metcalf in her biography of Knowles. They were presented to the TRC by the kindness of Cuthbert Skilbeck and Dr Metcalf in 1978

    Extent: 1 box

    Date: 1861 -1928

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1861 -1928 TRC/KNOWLES

  24. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Recordings of Tennyson's works

    Recordings of Tennyson's poetry, recited by Alfred Tennyson himself and others. Box 1: gramophone records. Box 2: reel to reel. Box 3: cassettes, CDs. Box 4: reel to reel, cassettes, video cassette and DVD.

    Box 1 Gramophone Records

    The Tennyson Society 1961 Alfred Lord Tennyson reads from his own poems. Side 1 Charge of the Light Brigade; Part of 'Song of Elaine.' Side 2 Part of Charge of the Heavy Brigade; Part of The Northern Farmer.' Part of Come into the Garden Maud.' Introduced by Sir Charles Tennyson CMG Insert of words included. Speed 33 1/3 diameter: 17.5cm.
    The Tennyson Society 1969. Alfred Lord Tennyson reads from his own poems. Side 1 Charge of the Light Brigade; Part of 'Song of Elaine. Side 2 Part of Charge of the Heavy Brigade; Part of The Northern Farmer.' Part of Come into the Garden Maud.' Introduced by Sir Charles Tennyson CMG Insert of words included. Speed 33 1/3 diameter: 17.2cm. JEF/TD 6593. 4 copies. Only one with words included.
    Emidisc recording blank copy of above.
    The BBC Lib No 18941 Alfred Lord Tennyson Reading His Own Poems. 1. The Charge of the Light Brigade. Stanzass 2-5. 2. The Northern Farmer - New Style. Stanzas 9-11. Recorded at his home, Farringford, IOW. On 15 May 1890 by Col Jourand & Mr Stiegler agents of Thomas Edison. d25cm. No sleeve. One significant scratch.
    The BBC Lib No 18943. Alfred Lord Tennyson Reading His Own Poems. 1. The Northern Farmer - New Style. Stanzas 2-7. 2. Maud Part 1, stanza 22, verses 10-11. . Recorded at his home, Farringford, IOW. On 15 May 1890 by Col Jourand & Mr Stiegler agents of Thomas Edison. d25cm. (In pencil by Maud 'fair')
    The BBC Lib No 18944. Alfred Lord Tennyson Reading His Own Poems. The Charge of the Heavy Brigade, at Balaclava. Stanzas, 1-3. Recorded at his home, Farringford, IOW. On 15 May 1890 by Col Jourand & Mr Stiegler agents of Thomas Edison. On sleeve 'BBC Recorded Programmes Library.' D 25cm. 2 minutes 40 seconds.
    One empty card-reinforced envelope from Craighall Recording Studios, 68 Craighall Road, Edinburgh 6. Addressed to R F Smith FLA Tennyson Research Centre, City Library, Free School Lane, Lincoln. Nd.
    The British Council. Sent at the request of Sir Charles Tennyson with the compliments of Recorded Sound Department. Albion House 59 New Oxford Street, London WC1. Record Numbers 3,4,5,6. 33 1/3 rpm. d32cm No information on reciter or recital.
    Record number 3: Typed insert. Side 1 First Band: Wages; The Voice and the peak; Doubt and prayer; The silent voices; God and the Universe; Crossing the Bar. 2nd Band: In the valley of Cautere[t]z; In the garden at Swains[t]on; Frater atque vale; To Virgil. Side 2. First Band: The Lady of Shalott. 2nd Band : Come into the garden, Maud; O that 'twere possible.
    Record number 4: Typed insert. Side 1. First Band: The Lotos Eaters. 2nd Band: Tithonus. Side 2 Ode on the death of the Duke of Wellington.
    Record number 5: Typed insert. Side 1: The Revenge; The splendour falls; Tears, idle tears; Ask me no more; Now sleeps the crimson petal. Side 2 1st Band: Break, break, break. 2nd Band: A spirit haunts the year's last hours; The Dying Swan. 3rd Band: Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere; The poet's song; The Churchwarden.
    Record number 5: Typed insert. Side 1: Band 1: The vision of sin; Band 2: Morte d'#Arthur, The Epic. Side 2: Morte d'Arthur.
    Eight copied discs relating to the content of the British Council records above, but also including St Simeon Stylites, Northern Cobbler.
    Interview with Miss Edith Thompson of Caistor, Step-daughter of Mrs Andrews, Housekeeper of Alfred and Emily Tennyson. Recorded 16th July 1964. Emidisc In sleeve marked 'Magnegraph Recording Co, Ltd'. 32cm. two copies
    Freedom of the City Ceremony to Lord Tennyson 4th July 1964. Two sides. Clarabut Electrical Recording Studios. Dame Alice Street. Bedford. D32cm. 3 copies.
    Official Opening of the Tennyson Research Centre 4th July 1964. Clar but discs. 32cm. 2 copies.
    Sir Charles Tennyson speaking at De Pauw, USA 1963. Two Magnegraph discs (one 31cm, one 25.5cm) sides numbered 1-4.
    Sir Charles Tennyson on Alfred, Lord Tennyson and his family. 1962. Two Magnegraph discs sides numbered 1-4.
    Sir Charles Tennyson reading dialect poem. Northern Farmer (old style) Northern Farmer (new style) (written in ballpoint). Emidisc recording blank. 26.5cm.
    Emidisc in Magnegraph sleeve. In pencil on one side: 'Cobbler. (Long). Other side: 'Churchwarden. Good.' 26.5cm.
    Dame Peggy Ashcroft reading Tennyson's 'The Lady of Shalott.' Emidisc recording blank. 25.5cm
    Three Poems in Lincolnshire Dialect by Alfred Tennyson. The churchwarden and the curate, Owd Roa, The Northern Cobbler. Read by Edward Campion. 1969. Published by Lincolnshire and Humberside Arts. Produced in collaboration with the Tennyson Society. 33 1/3 rpm 25.5cm. Three copies.
    Two Poems in Lincolnshire Dialect by Alfred Tennyson. The Village Wife. The Spinster's Sweet Arts. Read by Edith Burgess. 1970. Two copies and two empty sleeves.
    Alfred Lord Tennyson, Portrait of a Poet. BBC Study Record. John Betjeman introduces poems by ALT and reminiscences by the poet's grandson [Sir Charles Tennyson]. Broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on 12th February 1970 and produced by Hallam Tennyson, Assistant Head of Drama (Radio) with the co-operation fo the Tennyson Society. (Includes readings by Betjeman, C Day Lewis, Jill Balcon, Peggy Ashcroft, Robert Donat and John Geilgud, Stephen Murray, Edward Campion, Sybil Thorndike. Three copies. 31cm

    Tennyson. Part of Argo'sThe English Poets from Chaucer to Yeats. Recorded in association with The British Council and Oxford University Press. Two discs with readings by Tony Church, Frank Duncan, Denis McCarthy, Margaretts Scott, Gary Watson, Michael Hordern and David King. 31cm.

    Alfred Tennyson. Two Poems in Lincolnshire Dialect. Read by Edward Campion. Presented by the Lincolnshire Association. 1. The Northern Farmer, Old Style. 2. The Northern Farmer, New Style. 1969. Four copies. 331/3 rpm. Mono. long-playing record. record manufactured by Craighall Recording Studios.

    Box 2: Reel to Reel:

    One reel. Labelled 'Copies of brown wax cylinders recorded May 15th 1890 at Farringford, Freshwater, Isle of Wight a) the Princess: The splendour falls on castle walls; b) The Charge of the Light Brigade' extract. By Alfred Lord Tennyson. Speed 7 1/2 ips.'
    Two reels recordings of Sir Charles Tennyson. (donated by Ray Carroll.)
    One reel . Side 2 includes BBC announcing John Gielgud reading from In Memoriam. (donated by Ray Carroll.)
    One reel . Carlton Hobbs reads Tithonus; Ulysses. (donated by Ray Carroll.)
    One reel. Tape of readings of selected poems, similar to argo LPs. (donated by Ray Carroll.)

    Box 3: Cassettes, CDs.
    Cassettes: ALT reads his own poems. Tennyson Society with CRS Records, 1990 (CR 9000); Poems of ALT read by Patrick O'Shaugnessy, 1989. (CR 8900) 5 copies. Tennyson Dialect Poems read by Bill Baker, 2000 (CRS TEN3). 3 copies Reminiscences of AT by Sir Charles Tennyson. Tennyson with Sybil Thorndike and Lewis Casson. Radio Lincolnshire: ALT A Lincolnshire Life 6 September 1981 produced by Nikke Clark. 2 copies. Vernon Scannell on Tennyson, Radio 3 1984. Tennyson: Five Dialect Poems, Anon. Edward Lear's Nonsense Single by John Webster and Brindleband (PACAS 5) A Critical Forum: A Lecture on Tennyson by J R Watson. Ulysses set to music by Neil Branson.
    CDs: Tennyson Today: Double CD produced by Tennyson Society 2005. 2 copies. Tennyson Poems in Lincolnshire Dialect read by Edward Campion and Edith Burgess, 2009. SLHA Cantoris Records. Enoch Arden narrated by Nicholas Garrett accompanied by Peter Hewitt on the piano playing Richard Strauss, 1996. Litmus. 2 copies. Enoch Arden translated by Leo Gantelet, narrated by Alain Carre accompanied by Maureen Bothuyne playing Richard Strauss. 1993. Enoch Arden by Richard Strauss recited by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.


    Box 4: Reel to reel. Alfred, Lord Tennyson's In Memoriam by KW Gransden and H Tennyson. 2 copies, one mistakenly credited to Dr John Sutherland and Dr Keith Walker. Reminiscences of Alfred Tennyson by Sir Charles Tennyson. Cassettes: Tennyson's In Memoriam by KW Gransden and H Tennyson, Audio Learning, ELA 013. . Alfred Lord Tennyson by John Dixon Hunt and David Palmer, Sussex Tapes A22. Tennyson: an anniversary celebration of poems; selected, read and produced by Chris Rickards, 1992. Video cassette: The Circle of the Hills. PA Video Communications 1992. 2 copies. Tennyson Country Copy no 2 5158. Lincolnshire Educational TV, Bishop Grossteste College. Move Over, Darling starring Doris Day and James Garner, 1963. Tennyson's In Memoriam. BBC Enterprises. Grandad Video Cassette: no information. DVDs: The Circle of the Hills. PA Video Communications 1992. 3 copies. The Lady of Shalott. WAG Screen and Crow's Eye Productions. 2009. Ealing Studios: San Demetrio, London.

    Extent: 4 boxes

    Date: 1890 - 1970

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Date: 1890 - 1970 TRC/RECORDINGS

  25. Tennyson Family Libraries, Letters, Manuscripts and Papers

    Passports

    Passports issued to Alfred Tennyson for the years 1851, 1875, 1880, 1889.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1851-1889

    Notes: Included in the box is AT's Doctoral Scroll from Edinbugh University 1884.

    Repository: Tennyson Research Centre

    Access Conditions: None

    Date: 1851-1889 TRC/PASSPORTS

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