Lewis, C. S. -- Friends and associates.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — A-1
Abstract This archive includes the manuscript and typescript of an unpublished essay by Sayer called "On C.S. Lewis." Also included is the typescript of The Celestial Search: C.S. Lewis, His Life and Work by Sayer (later titled Jack: C.S. Lewis and his Times - 1988 ed., and Jack: A Life of C.S. Lewis - 1994 ed.).
Dates: Created: ca. 1978
Collection — A-54
Abstract Correspondence between Joel Heck and students or colleagues of C.S. Lewis in preparation for his book: Irrigating Deserts: C.S. Lewis on Education. Included in the correspondence are the Magdalen tutorial lists from 1926 to 1954, students' lecture notes, an essay, a diary, newspaper clippings concerning Lewis and a brochure about the play Shadowlands.
Dates: Created: 1942-2003; Other: Majority of material found in 2002-2003
Collection — B-8
Abstract The Robert Havard Papers is a collection of personal and professional papers by and about Dr. Robert Emlyn Havard, personal physician of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and a member of the Inklings.
Dates: Created: 1923-1974; Other: Majority of material found in 1923-1956; Other: Date acquired: 06/00/1975
Identifier: Wade-A-34a-b and B-6 through B-7
Abstract The Sheldon Vanauken Collection contains typescripts and proofs of Vanauken’s books: A Severe Mercy, Gateway to Heaven, and Under the Mercy; along with photographs of awards, photocopies of articles, reviews, and Vanauken's review briefs and letter logs regarding his work. Also included are biographical research materials on Vanauken from Will Vaus, author of Sheldon...
Dates: Created: 1831-2011; Other: Majority of material found in 1947-1996
Identifier: Wade-A-75 through A-84
Abstract This archive contains personal and professional papers relating to Stella Aldwinckle, the founder of the SocraticClub (which included C.S. Lewis) and member of the Oxford Pastorate staff at Oxford University.
Dates: Created: 1922-1990; Other: Majority of material found in 1940-1970