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Guide to the Robert L. Patten literary papers, 1963-2014 MS 376



creator Patten, Robert L.
Title: Robert L. Patten literary papers
Dates: 1963-2014
Abstract: These Papers represent a portion of the literary career of Dr. Robert L. Patten of Rice University. His writings reflect his interests in Victorian graphic art, history of 19th century publishing, and renowned author Charles Dickens along with renowned illustrator George Cruikshank. Formats include drafts, notes and correspondence related to Dr. Patten's books, articles, lectures and reviews.
Identification: MS 376
Identification: 445
Quantity: 22 Linear Feet (22 boxes)
Language: English
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical/Historical note

Robert L. Patten, the Lynette S. Autrey Professor of Humanities at Rice University, was born on April 26, 1939 in Oklahoma City. He received his B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1960. He went on to earn an M.A. (1962) and Ph.D. (1965) from Princeton University. After college, Patten lectured in English at Bryn Mawr College, leaving there in 1969 to take a position as Assistant Professor in the English Department at Rice University, where he became a full professor in 1976. In 1991 and 1992 Patten chaired Rice's English Department. The author of dozens of articles and reviews on nineteenth-century British literature, Patten used the materials in this collection to write a two-volume biography of George Cruikshank, entitled George Cruikshank's Life, Times, and Art (vol. 1, 1992; vol. 2, 1996). In 1999 The Guardian, a British newspaper, called Patten's biography one of the best books of the 1990s. Robert L. Patten was a Fulbright Scholar from 1963 to 1964 and a Guggenheim Fellow in 1980. He was also chosen as a Couper Scholar in 2004, served as president of the Rice University Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa from 1991 to 1994 and 1997 to 2002, and chaired the Dickens Society in 1973 and 1974. Patten has served in numerous capacities at Rice University, including the Sallyport Award Committee (1986-87), the Advisory Committee on Parking (1992-94), and the University Review Board (1982-84). In addition to George Cruikshank's Life, Times, and Art, Patten is the author of Charles Dickens and His Publishers(1978), and editor of George Cruikshank: A Revaluation(1974) and Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-Century British Publishing and Reading Practices (1995). He also serves as editor of Studies in English Literature and founded and briefly edited the periodical Dickens Studies Newsletter.


Scope and Contents note

These papers represent a portion of the lietrary career of Dr. Robert L. Patten of Rice Unviersity. His writings reflect his interests in Victorian graphic art, history of 19th century publishing, and renowned author Charles Dickens along with renowned illustrator George Cruikshank. Formats include drafts, notes and correspondence related to Dr. Patten's books, articles, lectures and reviews.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in the following series: Series I: Books (arranged by publication date) Series II: Articles (arranged by publication date) Series III: Lectures (arranged by publication date) Series IV: Reviews (arranged by publication date) Series V: Review Articles (arranged by publication date) Series VI: Other/ Fragments (arranged by format) Series VII: Oversize items Series VIII: Book, Charles Dickens and 'Boz' : the birth of the industrial-age author Series IX: Correspondence, academic notes and ephemera Series X: Addenda

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access Note

This material is open for research. Permission to publish material from the Robert L. Patten Literary papers must be obtained from the Woodson research Center, Fondren Library.

Conditions Governing Access

Boxes 1-18 and 20-22 stored off-site at the Library Service Center. Please request this material via woodson@rice.edu or call 713-348-2586.

Box 19 stored offsite at Iron Mountain and requires 48-hour notice for retrieval. Please contact the Woodson Research Center at 713-348-2586 or woodson@rice.edu for more information.


Index Terms

papers (document genres)
16th- 19th century English literature
Nineteenth century
Dickens, Charles
Cruikshank, George

Related Materials

Robert L. Patten: George Cruikshank research materials http://library.rice.edu/collections/WRC/finding-aids/manuscripts/0493.

Rice University Master of Graduate House records (Bob Patten) http://library.rice.edu/collections/WRC/finding-aids/manuscripts/gradstudentmaster.

Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 records, 1959-2003 http://library.rice.edu/collections/WRC/finding-aids/university-archives/SEL-1500-1900-records.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation Note

Robert L. Patten literary papers, 1963-2014, MS 376 Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

Immediate Source of Acquisition Note

The collection was a gift donated by Dr. Robert L. Patten March 16, 1999.

Accruals Note

Materials are expected to be added to this collection.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Books, 1963-1996

Subseries A: Pickwick Papers
Box Folder
1 1 Note cards on characters in Pickwick Papers
2 Personal notes for Pickwick edition: Dedication-XLVII
3 Pickwick note cards
4 Explanatory note cards for Pickwick Papers p. 1-275
5 Explanatory note cards for Pickwick Papers p. 280-594
6 Explanatory note cards for Pickwick Papers p. 597-801
7 Explanatory chapter notes on Dicken's Pickwick Papers
8 Pickwick notes 1963-1964
Box Folder
2 1 Pickwick introduction annotated draft
2 Pickwick final draft 1963-1964
3 Appendices to Penguin Pickwick
4 Pickwick Papers publisher's proof copy: Title- Ch. XX
5 Pickwick Papers publisher's proof copy: Ch. XXI-XLIII
6 Pickwick Papers publisher's proof copy: Ch. XLIV- Appendix B
7 Penguin Books completed publication of Pickwick Papers 1972
8 Pickwick scholarship 1972-1979
Subseries B: George Cruikshank; A Revaluation
Box Folder
3 1 Cruikshank note cards
2 Cruikshank: The Artist and the Author 1872
3 Scholarship and correspondence: Princeton librarians 1970-1978
4 Cruikshank correspondence: Bradburn 1971-1972
5 Cruikshank correspondence: Burton 1972-1974
6 Cruikshank correspondence: Feaver 1972-1974
7 Cruikshank correspondence: Fowles 1971-1973
8 Cruikshank correspondence: Hemstedt 1972
9 Cruikshank correspondence: Harvey 1971-1974
10 Cruikshank correspondence: James 1972-1974
11 Cruikshank correspondence: Johnson 1970-1972
12 Cruikshank correspondence: Kunzle 1972-1977
13 Cruikshank correspondence: Levine 1971-1972
14 Cruikshank correspondence: Paulson 1972-1974
15 Cruikshank correspondence: Searle 1972-1974
16 Cruikshank correspondence: Steig 1971-1974
17 Cruikshank correspondence: Stone 1971-1974
18 Cruikshank correspondence: Vogler 1971-1974
19 Cruikshank correspondence: rejects/na 1970-1972
20 Cruikshank communications from Robert L. Patten 1972-1973
21 Illustrations 1973
22 Cruikshank organization
23-24 Contributor notes
25 Princeton University Library Chronicle publication 1973-1974
26 Comments on the Cruikshank volume June 1974
Box Folder
4 1-3 George Cruikshank illustrations
4 George Cruikshank alumni talk slides March 1980
5-7 George Cruikshank: A Revaluation page proofs
8 George Cruikshank: A Revaluation reissue 1992
Subseries C: Charles Dickens and his publishers
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4 9 Charles Dickens and his publishers: replies to copy editor
10 Charles Dickens and his publishers: correspondence
11 Charles Dickens and his publishers: correspondence with Clarendon Press Oxford
12 Charles Dickens and his publishers: correspondence with Jean
13 Charles Dickens and his publishers: Rosenbach Foundation Museum
14 Charles Dickens and his publishers: addenda for second edition
15 Charles Dickens and his publishers: permissions
16 Charles Dickens and his publishers: financial notes and appendices notes
17 Charles Dickens and his publishers: B&E records
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5 1-2 Charles Dickens and his publishers: B&E records
3 Charles Dickens and his publishers: illustrations
4 Charles Dickens and his publishers: introduction
5 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter one, "The Professional Author"
6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter two, "Boz and Macrone"
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter three note cards
8-9 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter three drafts and notes
10 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter three, "Pickwick Papters" MSS and illustrations
11 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter four note cards
12 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter four, "Dickens and the Burlington Street Brigade"
13 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter five note cards
Box Folder
6 1 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter five, "'The Best of Publishers, Past, Present, or to Come'"
2 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter six, "Master Humphrey's clock: 'wind, wind, wind'"
3 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter seven, "Trouble in Eden: American Notes and Martin"
4 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter eight, "The Break"
5 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter nine
6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter ten note cards
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter ten, "Dombey and Son, 'the greates success'"
8 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter eleven note cards
9 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter eleve, "David Copperfield and the Cheap Edition"
10 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter twelve note cards
11 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter twelve, "Bleak House"
12 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter thirteen note cards
13 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter thirteen "Working the Copyrights"
14 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter thirteen final corrected copy
15 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter thirteen as prospectus
Box Folder
7 1 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter fourteen note cards
2 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter fourteen, "Return to Chapman and Hall"
3 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter fifteen note cards
4 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter fifteen, "The End"
5 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter fifteen final copy
6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter sixteen, "The Audience Widens"
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: chapter sixteen final copies
8 Charles Dickens and his publishers: appendices
9 Charles Dickens and his publishers: references
10 Charles Dickens and his publishers: misc. articles
11 Charles Dickens and his publishers: references (A-L)
12 Charles Dickens and his publishers: references (M-Z)
13 Charles Dickens and his publishers: note cards and references (A-C)
14 Charles Dickens and his publishers: note cards and references (D-G)
15 Charles Dickens and his publishers: note cards and references (H-O)
Box Folder
8 1 Charles Dickens and his publishers: note cards and references (P-Z)
2 Charles Dickens and his publishers: microfilm
3 Charles Dickens and his publishers: Contts account financial records
4 Charles Dickens and his publishers: styling book, includes "The Bantam Story: Twenty-Five Years of Paperback Publishing" by Clarence Peterson
5 Charles Dickens and his publishers: footnote proof readings
6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: prefaces and typescript
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: miscellaneous
8 Charles Dickens and his publishers: financial records concerning sales of Dickens literary works
Box Folder
9 1 Charles Dickens and his publishers: photocopy of manuscript
2-6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: typescript sent to publishers
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: reviews
8-13 Charles Dickens and his publishers: typescript returned from publishers
Box Folder
10 1-6 Charles Dickens and his publishers: page proofs
7 Charles Dickens and his publishers: reissue 1990
Subseries D: George Cruikshank's life, times and art
Box Folder
10 8-12 George Cruikshank's life, times and art: volume one: 1792-1835, finalized version of all essays
13 George Cruikshank's life, times and art: volume one: 1792-1835, book proof
Box Folder
11 1-5 George Cruikshank's life, times and art: volume one: 1792-1835, book proof
Subseries E: Literature in the marketplace: nineteenth-century British publishing and reading practices
Box Folder
11 6 Cambridge University Press 1994-1996
7 Dickens Project correspondence 1991-1993
8 Preface
9 Simon Eliot essay
10 Peter Manning essay
11 Stephen Gill essay
12 Hillis Miller essay
13 Robert L. Patten essay
14 Linda Huges/ Mike Lund essay
15 Kelly Mays essay
16 Jonathan Rose essay
17 Gerard Curtis essay
18 Catherine Judd essay
19 Catherine Robson essay
20 Maura Ives essay
21 Laurel Brake essay
22 Elizabeth Morrison essay
Box Folder
12 1-4 Literature in the Marketplace: finalized versions of all essays
5-10 Literature in the Marketplace: book proof



Series II: Articles, 1964-1990

Box Folder
13 1 "The Interpolated Tales in Pickwick Papers" for Dickens Studies 1964
2 "The Art of Pickwick's Interpolated Tales" for ELH 1967
3 "The Unpropitious Muse and Pickwick's Interpolated Tales" for Dickens Studies 1967-1969
4 "Boz, Phiz, and Pickwick in the Pound" for ELH
4 "The Sales of Dickens' Works" for The Critical Heritage: Charles Dickens 1968
6 "Portraits of Pott: Lord Brougham and The Pickwick Papers" 1968-1969
7 "Capitalism and Compassion in Oliver Twist" for Studies in the Novel 1969
8 "The Story-weaver at his Loom: Dickens and the Beginning of The Old Curiosity Shop" for Dickens the Craftsman 1969-1970
9 "A Surprising Transformation: Dickens, Nature and the City" 1970s
10 "The Fight at the Top of the Tree: Vanity Fair vs. Dombey and Son" for SEL 1970
11 "Portraits of Pott: Lord Brougham and The Pickwick Papers" for The Dickensian 1970
12 "A Surprising Transformation: Dickens, Nature, and the Hearth" for Nature and the Victorian Imagination 1972-1977
13 "Pickwick Papers and the Discovery of Serial Fiction" for Rice University Studies August 30, 1974
14 "Autobiography into Autobiography: The Evolution of David Copperfield" for Approaches to Victorian Autobiography 1975-1978
15 Article on Pickwick payments 1976
16 Dickens' Second American Tour… 1976-1978
17 "Conventions of Georgian Caricature" for Art Journal 1983
18 "Reviewing Reviewing: From the Editor's Desk" for Literary Reviewing for a Scholarly Audience 1984
19 "I thought of Mr. Pickwick, and wrote the first number" for Dickens Quarterly 1985
20 "George Cruikshank's Grimm Humor" for Phantasie am langen Zügel 1985-1987
21 "Taking a Walk; or Setting Forth from Gateshead" for Approaches to Teaching Jane Eyre 1989-1991
22 "George Cruikshank's Private Day Book, 1810-1825" for Princeton University Library Chronicle
23 "Waltzing with Witches" for Review of Contemporary Fiction 1990



Series III: Lectures, 1984-1992

Box Folder
13 24 "Dickens: Doubles: Twain: Twins" for Nineteenth Century Fiction 1984-1985
25 "In Search of Cruikshank" for Swarthmore College Bulletin 1992



Series IV: Brief Reviews by Patten, 1966-1997

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14 1 Review of Circle of Fire…for Dickens and the Twentieth Century 1966
2 "So Much Pains about the Chalk-Faced Kid" for Dickens Studies 1967
3 Review of "Putting Quilp to Rest" for Victorian Society Newsletter 1969
4 Review of "The Serpent" (Rice Players) 1971
5 Review of The Old Curiosity Shop for The Dickensian 1972
6 Review of The Anatomy of College English for AAUP Review 1973
7 Review of Trollope: His Life and Art 1975
8 Review of Oscar Wilde: A Biography 1976
9 Review of Charles Dickens, The Public Readings for Nineteenth Century Fiction 1976
10 Review of Until the Colors Fade 1977
11 Review of Dickens' Apprentice Years: The Making of a Novelist 1977
12 Review of Victorian Novelists and Publishers for Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography 1977
13 Review of Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph 1977
14 Review of The Triumph of the Novel…for The Dickensian 1978
15 Review of The Dickens Myth: Its Genius and Structure for Novel: A Forum on Fiction 1979
16 Review of Dickens: A Life 1979
17 Review of Dickens and Charity for American Historical Review 1979
18 Review of Steig and Buchanan books for Nineteenth Century Fiction 1979
19 Review of numerous books for Review 1980
20 Review of Cohen and Vogler books for Nineteenth Century Fiction 1981
21 Review of painting books for Victorian Studies 1981
22 Review of Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth for American Book Collector 1982
23 Review of Jerome Charyn: Artist as Mytholept for Novel: A Forum on Fiction 1983
24 Review of Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth for Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 1984
25 Review of Kaplan and Davies for Dickens Studies Newsletter 1985
26 Review of The Images of the Middle Ages in Romantic and Victorian Literature for American Historical Review 1986
27 Review of Schlicke and Timko et.al. books for Victorian Studies 1987
28 Review of The Common Writer: Life in Nineteenth Century Grub Street for Review 1987
29 Review of The History of the Comic Strip, Vol.2 for Print Quarterly 1991
30 Review of The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture for American Historical Review 1993
31 Review of Authors and Owners: The Invention of Copyright for Sharp 1994-1995
32 Review of The Dent Uniform Edition of Dickens' Journalism for ANQ 1995
33 Review of Some Patterns and Trends in British Publishing for PBSA 1995
34 Review of Radical Satire and Print Culture for JEGP 1996
35 Review of Victorian Fiction: Writers, Publishers, Readers for Studies in the Novel 1996
36 Review of The Age of Caricature... for American Historical Review 1997



Series V: Review Articles by Patten, 1970-1984

Box Folder
14 37 Oliver Twist paperbacks review, 1970s
38 Review of The Victorian City: Images and Realities 1975
39 Review of Dickens bibliographies for Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 1983
40 "Recent Dickens Studies: 1982" for Dickens Studies Annual 1984



Series VI: General notecards and fragments, 1964-1993

Box Folder
14 41 The Old Curiosity Shop notes May 1964
42 David Copperfield edition for Bantam Books, Inc. 1967
43 The Ruined Garden: Studies in the Imagination of Charles Dickens 1968
44 "Dickens Time and Again" 1970
45 "This Gift of Transferred Life" for Times Literary Supplement 1980
46 Report on Dickens' Working Notes for His Novels 1982
47 "Charles Dickens and Serial Publications" for FIPSE 1987
48 Report on Institution and the Individual Talent: The Commodity Text in Nineteenth Century England 1992
49 "The Canon and the Sophomore Survey" for Handbook of College Teaching 1992-1993
Box
15 Note cards on Dickens' various works



Series VII: Oversize items

Box
16 Cruikshank items separated from box 8



Series VIII: Book, Charles Dickens and 'Boz' : the birth of the industrial-age author

General
Published 2012.
Box Folder
17 1 Introduction
2-4 Chapter 1
5-8 Chapter 2
9-11 Chapter 3
12-14 Chapter 4
15-17 Chapter 5
18 Chapter 6
19 Chapter 7
20 Epilogue
21-22 Supplements



Series IX: Correspondence, academic notes and ephemera

Box Folder
18 1 Barnaby Rudge
2 Great Expectations, endings materials
3-5 Oliver Twist materials and background
6 Nicholas Nickelby materials
7 Oxford Handbook
8 Basnett, Kattie
9 Bassett, Troy J.
10 Hammond, Mary
11 O'Malley, Patrick R.
12 Womac, Elizabeth
13 Leah Price, book review
14 Mangham / Shattock papers
15 Croll Lecture, Gettysburg College, April 3, 2003
16 Croll Lecture and Gettysburg College information
17 Dickens Project, UC, Santa Cruz, CA, July 28, 2003
18 BBC broadcast, December 29, 2011
19 Lillian Nayder reference letter, 2012
20 Dickens lecture, University of Kent, February 29, 2012
21 Tale of Four Cities conference, 2012
22 SHARP, 2013
23 Houston Seminar, 2013
24 Syracuse University lecture, September 15, 2013
25 David Vincent Day lecture
26 Jaya Hariprasad reference letter
27 John Southerland Festschrift
28 Heather Elliott papers
29 MLS / CS courses
Folder Folder
18 30 Diana Hobby funeral, 2014
Box Folder
18 31 Patten employment papers
32 Patten, annual report
33 Patten, awards



Series X: Addenda 1964-2012

Sub-Series A: Entries for Oxford Companian to Dickens
Box Folder
19 1 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Ainsworth, Bradbury and Evans n.d.
2 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Browne, Buss n.d.
3 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Chapman and Hall n.d.
4 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Cruikshank, Doyle, Eytinge n.d.
5 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Fildes, Hone, Loving Ballad, Maclise, Meadows, Newgate novels, Seymour, Stone (2), Tenniel, Williams n.d.
6 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Dickens subentries—copyright, drink and temperance n.d.
7 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Dickens subentry—illustrators and book illustration n.d.
8 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Dickens subentries—legal documents, serial literature n.d.
9 Entries for Oxford Companion to Dickens: Dickens subentry—publishing, writing, bookselling n.d.
10 Lecture on Lewis Carroll at MFAH, [includes slides] 2003
11 Presentations, article about Patten 1986-1996
12 Correspondence 1964-2011
13 Research Materials, areas of interest
Sub-Series B: Patten Reviews and Articles 1969-2010
Box Folder
19 14 Review of Martin Fido, Charles Dickens, in The Dickensian, 65 (2 copies) 1969-05
15 Dickens Time and Again, in Dickens Studies Annual 1971
16 Review Essay on Paperback Editions of Oliver Twist, in Dickens Studies Newsletter, 3 1972-09
17 Review of H. J. Dyos and Michael Wolff, eds., The Victorian City: Images and Realities, in Criticism, 17 (3 Copies) Summer 1975
18 Interpretations in the Midlands, Times Literary Supplement, 780 1980-07-11
19 London Letter: Money, "The Maniac's Tear," and London's Victorian Drama, Nineteenth Century Fiction, 36 (2 copies) 1981-06
20 Review of James Ayres, English Naïve Paintings, To Catch a Sunbeam: Victorian Reality Through the Magic Lantern, ed. G. A. Household, Elizabeth Glassman and Marilyn F. Symmes, Cliché-Verre, and Diana L. Johnson and George P. Landow, Fantastic Illustration and Design in Britain, 1850-1930, in Civtorian Studies, 25 (2 Copies) Winter 1982
21 Review of Richard J. Dunn, David Copperfield: An Annotated Bibliography, John B. Podeschi, Dickens and Dickensiana, and Walter E. Smith, Charles Dickens in the Original Cloth, in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 77 (2 Copies) 1983
22 Review Essay on Recent Dickens Studies: 1982, in Dickens Studies Annual Essays on Victorian Fiction, 13 1984
23 Dickens: Doubles :: Twain : Twins, with Susan K. Gillman, Nineteenth-Century Fiction, 39 1985-03
24 British Book Illustration in a European Context, in English Buchillustration I'm Europaeschen Kontext 1990
25 Review of David Kunzle, The History of the Comic Strip, II: The Nineteenth Century, in Print Quarterly, 9 (2 copies) 1992-06
26 Waltzing with Witches, Review of Contemporary Fiction, 12 Summer 1992
27 Review of Simon Eliot, Some Patterns and Trends in British Publishing, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 89 1995
28 Edward Dudley Hume Johnson, in Luminaries: Princeton Faculty Remembered 1996
29 When Is a Book Not A Book? Biblion, 4 1996
30 Review of Michael Slater, ed., Dent Uniform Edition of Dickens' Journalism, ANQ, 9 1996
31 Review of John Sutherland, Victorian Fiction, Studies in the Novel, 29 1997
32 Review essay, Rival Readings: Dickens and..., Studies in the Novel, 37 2005
33 Phizzing, Princeton Library Chronicle 2010
Sub-Series C: Dickens and His Publishers, Revised Edition 2017
Box Folder
19 34 Dickens and His Publishers, rev. ed. Proofs (1 of 3)
35 Dickens and His Publishers, rev. ed. Proofs (2 of 3)
36 Dickens and His Publishers, rev. ed. Proofs (3 of 3)
Sub-Series D: Oxford Handbook of Dickens
Box Folder
20 1 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Planning Correspondence 2014-2018
2 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Proofs, Timeline
3 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Proofs, Front Matter, Chap. 1-2
4 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Proofs, Chap. 3-7
5 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Proofs, Chap. 8-10, 13
6 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Proofs, Chap. 36, 42-45, Index
7 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Adams
8 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Benziman
9 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Bodenheimer
10 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Bowen
11 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Bradley and Young
12 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Celikkol
13 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Eslick
14 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Glancy
15 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Glavin
16 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Groth
17 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Hillard
18 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: John
19 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Litwack
20 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Mackenzie
21 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: McDuffie
22 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Orestano
23 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Orford
24 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Perkins
25 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Schlicke
26 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Smith
27 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Tambling
28 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Tracy
29 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Tyler
30 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Vanfasse
31 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Varese
32 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Vincent
33 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Williams
34 Oxford Handbook of Dickens, Contributor: Winter
Sub-Series E: Dickens 200th Birthday 2012-02-07
Box Folder
21 1 Patten's Recollections and Presentations
2 Press Notices 2011-2012
3 Notices of Events (1 of 3)
4 Notices of Events (2 of 3)
5 Notices of Events (3 of 3)
6 Tale of Four Cities Conference 2012-02-02-2012-02-09
7 Correspondence 2011
8 Correspondence 2012
9 Newsletters 2012
10 Advertisements for books on Dickens
11 Institute of English Studies and Charles Dickens Museum: Announcements, Calendar, Correspondence 2011-2012
12 Patten Notes for Briefing Book for Prince Charles' Appearance at Dickens Museum 2012-02-07
Sub-Series F: Offprints (other authors)
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21 13 Offprints, Authors Surnamed A-C
14 Offprints, Authors Surnamed D-G
15 Offprints, Authors Surnamed H (1 of 2)
16 Offprints, Authors Surnamed H (2 of 2)
17 Offprints, Authors Surnamed I, K
18 Offprints, Authors Surnamed L (1 of 2)
19 Offprints, Authors Surnamed L (2 of 2)
20 Offprints, Authors Surnamed M
21 Offprints, Authors Surnamed P, R [no Patten]
22 Offprints, Authors Surnamed S (1 of 2)
23 Offprints, Authors Surnamed S (2 of 2)
24 Offprints, Authors Surnamed T, V
25 Offprints, Authors Surnamed W, Y
Sub-Series G: Ephemera and Over-Sized
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22 1 10 Dickens-related Postcards
2 Poster for Talk on Dickens by Kevin Brown in London 2012-04-26
3 "Dickens in Camden" Map
4 Map of East London Poverty 1889
5 Pimlico Plumbers Calendar Featuring Dickens 2012
6 Poster of Dickens' Heroes and Villains (The Guardian and Observer)
7 U. Of Buckingham Patten Nametag on Lanyard
8 Royal Mint Dickens Commemorative Coin
9 Commemorative Tie with Note from Cumnor House School