Sir Edward Tyas Cook (1857-1919) and Alexander Dundas Ogilvy Wedderburn were editors of the complete works of John Ruskin. John Ruskin (1819-1900) was an author, artist and social reformer (details of Cook and Ruskin are given in the Dictionary of National Biography).
Transcripts of letters and papers of John Ruskin, mainly typescript, with some manuscript notes, made for E.T. Cook and A.D.O. Wedderburn, editors of The works of Ruskin (London & New York, 1903-12). The transcripts were made while the papers were in the possession of the Severn family at Brantwood; many of them are not included in the Works. The transcripts include:
The transcripts were given to the Library by A.D.O. Wedderburn in 1936.Access Conditions
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M. Clapinson and T.D. Rogers, Summary Catalogue of Post-Medieval Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Oxford. Acquisitions 1916-1975. (Oxford, 1991), vol. I, nos. 40788-849.
Carlyle | Thomas | 1795-1881 | Historian Essayist and Philosopher
Cook | Edward Tyas | 1857-1919 | Sir | Knight Journalist
Ruskin | John | 1819-1900 | Author Artist and Social Reformer
Wedderburn | Alexander Dundas Ogilvy | fl 1903-1936
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