Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889
- Existence: 1824-01-08 - 1889-09-23
Wilkie Collins (1824-1889), British author
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
COLLINS, WILKIE, 1824-1889
Correspondence, 1873 April 3-1884 November 27
Three autograph manuscript letters, signed, addressed to S. A. Hart, H. O. Moore, and Messrs. Perry Mason & Co. Letters discuss an unidentified friend who is sick and Collins’s literary management.
Correspondence, 1869 May 15-1888 December 29
Three autograph manuscript letters, signed, addressed to William Ralston Shedden Ralston, Mr. Bainton, and John Forester. Collins discusses books and authors.
Envelope : 82 Wimpole Street, London, to George Bainton, Coventry, 1888 December 29
Fragment of an envelope containing an autograph manuscript address, signed.
Letter : 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W., London, to an unidentified recipient, 1886 June 24
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, saying that he has sent the manuscript for his novel The Two Destinies to the Buffalo Library. Accompanied by a printed portrait of Collins.
Letter : 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square. W., London, to G. Holsworth, 1874 November 11
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, from Collins acknowledging that he received payment for the right to publish his short story “Fatal Fortune” in the periodical All the Year Round.
Letter : 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square. W., London, to William A. Seaver, 1880 May 20
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, welcoming Seaver to London and inviting him to dinner.
Letter and clippings, 1877
ALS to William Winter, also annotated by Winter, returning Winter's reviews of actress Anna Dickinson, including one from the New York Daily Tribune.
Letter : London, to Charles Dickens, 1864 September 8
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, asking Dickens if he has a bedroom available on Saturday that he can work in. Collins says that he needs the space because he will be moving in a month.
Letters : 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square. W., London, to William A. Seaver, 1875 September 29, 1880 October 26
Two autograph manuscript letters, signed, discussing the possibility of a trip to New York and an account Collins has in America.
Two poems written by Wilkie Collins. Includes a manuscript poem titled “The Marriage of Canan”; and a galley proof with manuscript corrections and annotations for a poem titled “The Devil’s Spectacles”.
Charles Reade collection
Letters by Charles Reade to various parties, including Wilkie Collins, Harper & Brothers, and Jenny Lind, with one letter to Reade from James Ripley Osgood. Manuscripts of "Christie Johnstone," "An Egoist," "A Hero and a Martyr," and "Singleheart and double-face."