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Miscellaneous: Vanity Fair caricature, Swinburne, 1871

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Vanity Fair caricature by Ape (pseudonym for artist Carlo Pellegrini) titled, “Men of the Day, No. 28 The Poet Laureate,” dated 22 July 1871. Swinburne is depicted with beard, large top hat, and carrying a pocket watch with one hand in his pocket.

Dates: 1854-1932

Miscellaneous: Vanity Fair, Wilkie Collins

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Vanity Fair caricature of Wilkie Collins, “Men of the Day, No. 39 The Novelist who invented Sensation,” dated 3 February 1872. Caricature is on cardboard with note to Terry Meyers from Carl Dolmetsch.

Dates: 1854-1932

Miscellaneous: Calendar

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1975 Calendar (January – December) with reproduction of photograph of a young Swinburne; paper with stapled calendar pages; some dates have light transfer on the photograph

Dates: 1854-1932

Miscellaneous: Sheet Music, 1876, 1894

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Scope and Contents Two copies of sheet music, possibly for the piano, set to Algernon Charles Swinburne's verse. "Love At Sea," with music by Paul Mariet and dated 1876, published by S. Brainard's Sons, 20 East 17th Street, New York City. The music is dedicated to Eugene Clark. "Butterflies" with music composed by Felix Corbett, sung by Evangeline Florence, dated 1894, published by Boosey and Co, 9 East Seventeenth Street, New York and 295 Regent Street, London, England. The name "Helen...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1876, 1894

Miscellaneous: Johnnie Walker Advertisement, 1924

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Scope and Contents Advertisement for Johnnie Walker scotch whiskey, dated 7 June 1924 and published in The Illustrated London News. Ad depicts the ghost of Algernon Charles Swinburne telling the figure of Johnnie Walker that his "inspiration" (or whiskey product) "is more universally enjoyed" than Swinburne's poetry. The image is black and white, with streetscape from Wimbledon, London, Englad where Swinburne was known to walk. The Rose and Crown pub is also featured in the background. A small black Scottish...
Dates: 1924

Miscellaneous: Swinburne's Funeral Photograph, 1909

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Bottom half of page features a photograph of Swinburne's funeral, dated April 24, 1909 and printed in the Illustrated London News. The image is in black and white, with a short caption below that addresses the controversey surrounding the graveside service: "...the Rector's action was in complete accordance with the wishes of Swinburne..." Photograph by the World's Graphic Press.

Dates: 1909