This article serves as a portal to the Folger Shakespeare Library collection items associated with theatrical manager and playwright, Augustin Daly (20 July 1838-7 June 1899).
Folger online finding aids
Augustin Daly Letters and Papers, 1849-1916 (Folger MS Y.c.2602-3099, Y.c.4000-5378)
Autograph letters signed from Edwin Booth to various recipients (Folger MS Y.c.215 (1-534))
Autograph letters signed from William Winter to various recipients (Folger MS Y.c.573 (1-114))
Letters and Papers by German Authors, 1777-1912, many of them from the Augustin Daly collection (various call numbers)
Robert Young collection relating to William Winter (various call numbers)
Stratford and Warwickshire References in the Art, Manuscript, and Scrapbook Collections, ca. 1560 - ca. 1930 (various call numbers)
Manuscripts in the William Henderson collection of playbills, etc. (various call numbers) After being compiled by William Henderson, these materials were at one time owned by the producer and playwright Augustin Daly.
Records of Drury Lane and Covent Garden Theatres (various call numbers) The majority of the Records of Drury Lane Theatre formed part of the Augustin Daly collection. For example see American Art Galleries auction catalog, March 20, 1900, no. 1051.
Other online finding guides
Augustin Daly entry in snac (Social Networks and Archival Contexts)
Paper finding aids in pdf format
Contents lists: books extra-illustrated for Daly by Augustus Toedtedberg
Read more about the Augustin Daly collection of Extra-illustrated books on the Folger's research blog, The Collation.
- ART Vol. b23: As You Like It, vol. 1
- ART Vol. b24: As You Like It, vol. 2
- ART Vol. b25: Love's Labor's Lost
- ART Vol. b26: Merchant of Venice, vol. 1
- ART Vol. b27: Merchant of Venice, vol. 2
- ART Vol. b28: Merry Wives of Windsor
- ART Vol. b29: Much Ado About Nothing
- ART Vol. b30: Taming of the Shrew
- ART Vol. b31:The Tempest
- ART Vol. b32: Twelfth Night, vol. 1
- ART Vol. b33: Twelfth Night, vol. 2
- ART Vol. b34: Two Gentlemen of Verona
- ART Flat c18: Midsummer Night's Dream (acquired separately: no list yet)