Series 2
Bram Stoker writings and Lyceum Theatre business records, circa 1871-1911
Boxes 2 - 3 and OBV 1

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of writings by Bram Stoker and Lyceum Theatre business records from circa 1871-1911. Stoker's writings are typescripts of articles and short stories, including the unpublished "The Russian Profession." The business records of the Lyceum Theatre are primarily a single ledger book documenting returns from a run of Othello in 1881. The ledger was kept by Stoker as business manager of the theatre.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
2 21 Lyceum Theatre (?), "The following came to see portraits," list of names, undated

The list includes the name George Stoker.

OBV1 - Lyceum Theatre, ledger, "Final returns of Othello," 1881
2 22 Stoker, Bram, notebooks [photocopies], circa 1871
2 23 Stoker, Bram, "The Question of a National Theatre," typescript, 1908
2 24 Stoker, Bram, "The Red Stockade," early draft fragment (3 pages), typescript with holograph corrections by Stoker, undated
3 1 Stoker, Bram, "The Russian Professor," typescript, circa 1910-1911
3 2 Stoker, Bram, "The Shoulder of Shasta," publishing contract, 1895
3 3 Stoker, Bram, "The Watter's MOU," publishing contract, 1894
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