MS 7606
Papers of Dudley Glass (1899-1981)



Scope and Content Note

  • 1920-82
  • 5.9 m. (19 boxes + 2 cartons) + 4 folio boxes
  • Available for reference

Born in Adelaide, but spending the greater part of his life in England, Dudley Glass was a respected composer, musician, music and travel writer, broadcaster and lecturer who worked in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. At different points in time he was a regular contributor to The Herald (Melbourne), The Times (London) and Everybody's Weekly (London). He was appointed music and art critic for The Irish Times in 1964.

Glass wrote most of his compositions in the 1920s and 1930s, during which period he created the music for the operetta 'The Beloved Vagabond', which was staged in London, Melbourne and Sydney. Some years later he was both composer and lyricist for the production 'Drake of England', broadcast by the ABC to coincide with the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. In addition to his involvement in musical productions, Glass published over a hundred songs, piano pieces and choral works. Glass' smaller compositions include the anthem 'Australia, Land of Ours', a pageant to honour a visit to Australia by the United States fleet, scores for two Australian films, and musical settings for Edward Lear's Nonsense Songs and Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit.

As an author Glass published a number of books, including The Spanish Goldfish (1934), Australian Fantasy and The Book about the British Empire (both 1936), as well as a book of verse for children entitled Round the World with the Redhead Twins (1933). Glass also presented lectures on behalf of the Royal Society of Arts, Royal College and Academy of Music, Commonwealth Institute and London County Council, and was presenter of the monthly series of BBC broadcasts to the Empire 'Let's Go to the Theatre' and 'Men Who Make the Shows'. During World War II, Glass presented over a thousand lecture-concerts to British troops, and toured on behalf of the National Council of YMCAs and the American Red Cross.

The collection contains a range of material which document the broad spectrum of Glass' career, and includes a large component of draft scripts and music for the musical productions with which he was associated.

The papers were purchased from Mr Dick Glass and Mrs Nancy Tracy, first cousins of Dudley Glass, in February 1987. A pencil sketch of Dudley Glass made by Leo Hardy in 1945 is housed in the Pictorial Collection. Sound recordings of works by Dudley Glass were transferred to the National Film and Sound Archive in the late 1980s.

Biographical Note

1899Born Adelaide, 24 September
1909-17Educated at Melbourne Grammar School and student at the Albert Street Conservatorium
c.1916Publication of Stories of the Opera
1920Graduated Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne
1925Publication of anthem 'Australia, Land of Ours'
1927Performances of 'The Beloved Vagabond', London
1930Performances of 'The Toymaker of Nuremberg', London
1932Publication of Songs from the Bad Child's Book of Beasts
1933Publication of Round the World with the Redhead Twins
1934Performances of 'The Beloved Vagabond', Melbourne (starring Gladys Moncrieff) and Sydney
1934Publication of The Spanish Goldfish and Nonsense Songs
1936Composed music for film 'Song of Australia'
1936Publication of Australian Fantasy and The Book about the British Empire
1940Recording of The Empire is Marching by the Coldstream Guards Band
1945Composed lyrics for London production 'A Night in Venice'
1964Appointed London music and arts critic for The Irish Times
1964-67Lecturer on behalf of the Greater London Council
1967-74Presenter of series 'Norway Sings' for Radio Norway and Scandanavian programs for the BBC
1981Died London, 29 November

Series List

  1. Manuscripts of musicals and operas
  2. Manuscripts of individual songs and instrumental pieces
  3. Libretti, scripts and texts for musicals and operas
  4. Lists of published music written and collected by Dudley Glass and housed in the National Library Music Collection
  5. Personal documents and biographical notes
  6. Correspondence
  7. Drafts, typescripts and notes
  8. Printed material and other papers
  9. Photographs
  10. Non-Australian printed music collected by Dudley Glass
  • Appendix 1 - List of songs contained in Series 2


Series Descriptions

Series 1 - Manuscripts of musicals and operas

Drake of England: a light opera. Music and lyrics by Dudley Glass

Pieces/Folders
1Incomplete manuscript in pencil and ink
2Orchestral parts in ink
3Vocal parts, including three copies of chorus parts and one set of vocal lead parts in ink
4Photocopies of three complete vocal/piano scores

The Toymaker of Nuremberg. Words by Adrian Ross, music by Dudley Glass
5Manuscript sketches of some songs
6Photocopy of piano/vocal score of The Toymaker of Nuremberg. London : Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew
7Handwritten orchestral parts
8Copies of vocal parts
9Album of songs from the Toymaker of Nuremberg. London : Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew. Songs from this publication have been cut out and fastened together with handwritten songs from the musical. The resulting volume is a near-complete version.

Lovetime
10Manuscripts sketches in ink and pencil for piano/vocal score
11Full orchestral/vocal score in pencil, by copyist and some red ink

Land of Song and Penny All the Way

Both of these titles are used by Glass. They have different scripts and the characters are different, but many of the songs are the same. For example 'Call my Magical Car' is sung by Penny in Land of Song but also by Nancy in Penny all the Way. As a result it is difficult to separate these two musicals completely.
12Complete(?) piano/vocal score in ink

The Mountain Kiss and Alpine Rose

These two musicals have some characters and songs in common, so it is difficult to separate them completely. The Mountain Kiss is more complete than Alpine Rose but both have pages missing.

13

Piano/vocal score of sketches and complete songs

The Flame Flower

14

Incomplete piano/vocal score of set of songs

Nightingale House

15

Brief sketches of songs in ink and pencil. Very incomplete

Marco Polo

16

Brief sketches for a musical about Marco Polo set in Venice

Gerda : an opera of the north
17Act I
18-19Act II
20-21Act III
22-25Draft scores

Miscellaneous scores
26Parts of miscellaneous untitled songs and instrumental works which are probably from musicals and operas

Series 2 - Manuscripts of individual songs and instrumental pieces

See Appendix 1 for a complete alphabetical listing of songs contained in this series.

Packages
1 Songs beginning A Lis
2 Songs beginning Lit Y

Series 3 - Libretti, scripts and texts for musicals and operas

Drake of England

Pieces
1Synopsis of pageant treatment
2Extracts from the libretto

The Toymaker of Nuremberg
3Synopsis of story
4-6Script (3 copies)
7One hour script for television
8Extra lyrics to songs

Lovetime
9-10 Script entitled Melody of the Mountains. A musical romance based on Grace Hayward's dramatisation of the novel Graustark by George Barr McCutcheon. Book by Dudley Glass and Jack Macleod, lyrics and music by Dudley Glass.
(Four similar versions, some with the title Lovetime)
11Two sets of lyrics
12Melody Among the Mountains : a visit to a Welsh Eisteddfod by Dudley Glass. A short essay/article which appears to be background information to the lyrics of Lovetime

Penny All the Way and Land of Song
13Three typed scripts. The two titles refer to the two versions of the one musical; many of the numbers are common to both versions

Alpine Rose and The Mountain Kiss
14-15Two copies of the script for the Alpine Rose
16Scenario of The Mountain Kiss
17Script of The Mountain Kiss

The Flame Flower
18Scenario in English
19Two copies of the scenario in French (entitled Fleur de Flamme)
20Two copies of the script for Act III (in English)

Nightingale House
21Scenarios

Gerda: an opera of the north. By Dudley Glass, poem by Madeline Mason.
22Extract from libretto, Act I
23Three different synopses of the story

The Ice Flower
24Four scenarios

Harmony Hill. Story by Mavis Ward, music by Dudley Glass

25

Script

Paris for a Change. By Dudley Glass

26

Scenarios

A Night in Venice
27Script of A Night in Venice with additions and revision
28-29Incomplete draft scripts, with lyrics by Dudley Glass
30One copy of the script 'translated and adapted from the German of F. Zell, R. Genee and Ernest Marischka by Henrik Ege, music by Johann Strauss'

The Orient Express
31One copy of the script

Harun-Al-Rashid : an original film story. By Edward Knoblock

32

One copy of the script

Rouget de L'Isle : a legend of the Marseillaise. By Freeman Wills

33

One copy of the script

Imperial Eagle

34

Script of Act I

Black Ivory

35

Scenarios

The Great Year : a musical play. By Clifford Grey

36

Scenarios

The Little Milliner : a light opera. By Adrian Ross

37

Act I, Act II

King Kaspar's Party. By Dr Victor Fleischer

38

One copy of the script

The Merry Jest. By Ruggiero Forzano, translated from the Italian by J.B. Cotterill

39

One copy of Acts I and II

Titania's Palace. By Major Sir Neville R. Wilkinson.

40

Typescript scenario

Miscellaneous scenarios

41-42

Two untitled typewritten scenarios

Series 4 - Lists of published music written and collected by Dudley Glass and housed in the National Library Music Collection

Pieces
1List of sheet music and albums by Dudley Glass
2List of sheet music by other composers and collected by Dudley Glass

Series 5 - Personal documents and biographical information

Included in this series is an album of memorabilia documenting aspects of Dudley Glass' career which was put together by his cousin Dick Glass.

Folder/Piece
1Birth certificate, passport and identification cards, contracts and biographical notes
2Presentation album compiled by Dick Glass containing correspondence, clippings, photocopies and photographs documenting the life of Dudley Glass

Series 6 - Correspondence

Chiefly comprising business and semi-official correspondence, this series includes letters from Glass' father and a 1925 letter of introduction signed by Keith Murdoch, as well as correspondence with various agents and publishers such as Frederick Warne & Co.

Folders
11920-39
21941-50
3-41951-60
5-61961-70
71971-80
81981-82
9Undated letters

Series 7 - Drafts, typescripts and notes

Folders
1Draft lyrics and notes
2Typescript lyrics
3-9Typescript scripts and articles
10Typescript scripts
11-15Typescript articles
16Typescripts and notes for articles
17Handwritten notes about opera
18-19Typescript articles about opera
20Notes on 'The Story of Opera'
21-22'The Story of Opera' broadcast scripts
23'The World's Greatest Operettas' typescripts
24'Gay Operetta' camera scripts
25'Gilbert and Sullivan Without Scenery' typescripts and photographs
26'The Piano that Sailed the World' typescripts and notes
27Typescript of untitled book about Norway
28Typescripts of various series for television
29Notes for a film story about Peter Dawson
30Notes in French and addresses
31-32Miscellaneous handwritten notes, including address information
33Miscellaneous typescripts
34'Southern Skies', typescript scenario by Edward Knoblock for a musical play

Series 8 - Printed matter and other papers

Folders/Pieces
1-3Articles, programs and handbills collected by Glass
4Bergen International Festival, 1963
5Photocopied documents relating to Dudley Glass from BBC Archives, 1931-40
6Photocopied documents relating to Dudley Glass from BBC Archives, 1936-62
7Newspaper clippings album
8The Orchestra and How to Write for It : a practical guide by F. Corder, with annotated notes by Dudley Glass
9Catalogue of Dudley Glass papers transferred to the National Library by Dick Glass
10Art prints of Australian scenes collected by Dudley Glass
11Photocopies of title pages of music by Dudley Glass
12Presentation copy of Louise : a musical romance by Gustave Charpentier
13-16Travel brochures and articles
17Undated issue of France Illustration
18Painted and drawn coloured set designs
19Music manuscript book with notes

Series 9 - Photographs

Volumes/Pieces
1-2Albums of United States scenes
3-21Photographs of theatre productions, travels and associates of Dudley Glass

Series 10 - Non-Australian printed music collected by Dudley Glass

Box 21Non Australian printed music collected by Dudley Glass, including signed copies

Appendix 1

Alphabetical list of songs contained in Series 2

Packet 1: A-Lis

  • 'Alphonse! Hippolyte'='La caissière et les clients' Melody and words, ink
  • 'Ask the Purser' Full piano score, words and melody, in ink and pencil
  • 'At a Forest Pool' Piano solo, ink
  • 'Australia's Welcome to America' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Back Through the Years' Song for chorus with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Beauty' Pencil sketch of melody line and accompaniment
  • 'Beauty' Melody with accompaniment, incomplete pencil sketch
  • 'Beauty' Vocal part with accompaniment, very incomplete pencil sketch
  • 'Best Things in Life are Free' Melody with accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Beware of Paris (Papillon and Chorus)' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Beware of Paris in the Springtime' Pencil sketch of melody and accompaniment
  • 'Big Bad Wolf' Melody line and accompaniment, very sparse pencil sketch
  • 'A Birthday' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Blue Blood' Brief pencil sketch
  • 'Bride of Florence (Operatic scena)' Song for two part chorus and accompaniment, ink
  • 'By the Old Samovar (Russian lullaby)' Piano solo, ink
  • 'Carol for Female Voices' Unaccompanied work in three parts for two sopranos and alto, ink
  • 'C'est le Printemps' Vocal part with words only, ink
  • 'Chalet on the El' Vocal part with words only, in ink
  • 'The Charmy Legend (Barbara)' Melody with piano accompaniment
  • 'The Charmy Legend' Melody line with words only, ink
  • 'Cheltenham Number' Melody line, ink
  • 'Clouds Fantasy, Steeples Sing' Incomplete pencil sketch
  • 'Come Back (Nadia)' Incomplete song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Come Back' (Ghost Voice and Chorus) Song with piano accompaniment, incomplete, ink
  • 'Continental Scherzo' Pencil sketch
  • 'Cupid and Campaspe' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Daisy Chain' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Dance of the Lyre-Bird' Pencil sketch, melody only
  • 'The Dawn has a Song' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Difficult Child' Pencil sketch for piano
  • 'Difficult Child' Melody and words only, ink
  • 'The Dove' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Fancies' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Fashion Plate' Handwritten melody line, pencil
  • 'La Flamme Sacrée' (Charmy, Rodney, Leonide) Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Flower Girl's Song' Some words, melody and piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Gallang Hussar' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Gallery of My Dreams' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Gifts' Song with piano accompaniment
  • 'Gipsy Bargee' Words by Allan Thorpe, music by Dudley Glass. Music with words and accompaniment, ink
  • 'Goodmorning' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Good Morning Miss' Melody with accompaniment, brief pencil sketch
  • 'A Gown is Born' (Charmy, Leonide and Rodney) Incomplete song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Green Hour Ballet' Piano solo, pencil sketch
  • 'The Green Hour' Voice and piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Green Hour' Melody with piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Halles' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Halles' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Harmony Hill' Overture and opening music, incomplete, ink
  • 'L'Heure du Dejeuner' Melody with words, ink
  • 'Honeymoon Dress' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'I Know Why You're Singing' Words by Edward Lockton, music by Dudley Glass. Melody, words and accompaniment, ink
  • 'I Sing of Night' Melody, words and accompaniment, ink
  • 'I Sing of Night' Song and piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'I'd Make Something Lover' Melody, pencil sketch
  • 'I'm Your Cobber' (on verso 'Kookaburra') Melody line, pencil sketch
  • 'Ideal Hour' Melody with piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'If Love Were Only Fancies' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'In a Little While' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'In Gay Montmartre' Melody line and some accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'In Old Vienna' (waltz, intermezzo) Piano solo, ink
  • 'In Our Troika' (Nadia, Serge and Nikieff) Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Jack and Jill' Piano score, ink
  • 'Josephine' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Journey's End' (Rassendyl) Song with words, melody and accompaniment, ink
  • 'Kangaroo Route' Pencil sketch
  • 'Let Us Go Forward Together' Piano, words and melody of song, ink
  • 'Let Us Go Forward Together' Piano score, pencil sketch with copy of words
  • 'The Light of the Moon : a Celtic love song'
  • 'Lippity'
  • 'Listen In! : a little programme on the piano' Complete score, ink
  1. 'About the Weather'
  2. 'In Far-Off Lands'
  3. 'Miss Radio Sings'
  4. 'The Ghost Story'
  5. 'Good Night'

Packet 2: Lit-Y

  • 'The Little Lanes of London' Melody, words and piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Little Miss Riding Hood' Words and music, pencil sketch
  • 'Lines to an Indian Air' Song with piano accompaniment, ink and pencil
  • 'Little Tune of Yesterday' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Little White Road (to London Town)' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Love Laid his Sleepless Head' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Love Laid his Sleepless Head' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'A Love-Song of Ceylon' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Love's Philosophy' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Luncheon Music' Melody with words, ink
  • 'Mad'moiselle' (Rodney and Jeannine) Piano score and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Mademoiselle' Piano score, pencil sketch
  • 'Mademoiselle'
  • 'Maid of the Lace Mantilla' Words, music and melody, ink
  • 'Maitre des Routes' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'The Mannequin Song' Melody with piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Mannequins' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Marie Antoinette' Melody line only, pencil
  • 'Mend a Road' Melody with accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Mi-Carime' Melody with piano accompaniment
  • 'Midinette' Words and full piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Midinette' Melody and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Midinette' (Jeannine) Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Midinette' (opening song and chorus) Brief pencil sketch
  • 'Mirage' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Monk' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'My Balaleika' (Nadia and Chorus) Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'My Inspiration is You' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'My Lady of the Poplar-Trees' Song with piano accompaniment
  • 'My Lady's Dress' Some counterpoint with melody and text, pencil
  • 'My Volga Maid : a Russian fox-trot song' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Never, Never' (on verso 'Cooee!') Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'Never Say Die'
  • 'New World' Pencil sketch
  • 'Nobody Knows' Melody line and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Nobody Knows'
  • 'The Noda Song' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'O, For a Draught of Vintage' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Ode to Autumn' Song with piano accompaniment, incomplete, ink and pencil
  • 'On a Wedding Morning' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Opal Theme' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'Orientale' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Over Hills and Far Away' Melody line only, ink
  • 'Paris' Melody line with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Paris in Sunshine' Melody and accompaniment
  • 'Paris in the Sunshine' Incomplete score for piano, pencil sketch
  • 'Parlez-Vous' Melody with words, ink
  • 'Passionate Apache' (dance song) Words by Adrian Ross, music by Dudley Glass, ink
  • 'Pensée' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'Polka for Fiddle : Carl Nielsen's first composition' Pencil sketches and ink copies of complete work
  • 'Poppies' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Praise' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Primrose' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Purple Isle of Sleep' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Reaching' Piano solo, ink
  • 'Requiem' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Revolving Stage' Melody and piano accompaniment, incomplete, pencil sketch
  • 'Romance' Song with no accompaniment, ink
  • 'Rue Barrée' (Papillon and Paueurs) Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Samoan Love-Call : a love-song of the South Seas' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Scherzo De Antipodes' Pencil sketch
  • 'Scientific Love' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'A Sea Dirge' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Secret' (Jeannine) Song only, ink with pencil sketch of 'Continuation of 'The
  • See if I Care' ' Vocal part only, ink
  • 'The Secret : recitative and song' (Jeannine) Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Serenade to a Lady' Song without accomapniment, ink
  • 'She Sat and Sang Away' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Shepherdess of Dreams' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Signorina' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Signorina' Pencil sketch
  • 'Sister' Melody and words to second verse, ink
  • 'Sister' Melody line and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Sister' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'Sister' (duet: Jeannine and Rodney) Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Sleepy Waters : waltz song' Song and accompaniment, ink
  • 'Song of the Broom' Melody and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Song of the Marching Men' Song and piano accompaniment, incomplete, ink
  • 'The Song of the Soup' Pencil sketch
  • 'The Song of the Soup' Melody and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Sorrow of Mydath : a sea ballad' Two versions of song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Spring Magic' Piano part, pencil
  • 'Spring Magic' Words and melody line, ink
  • 'Spring Magic' Piano score and melody line, pencil sketch
  • 'Spring Magic' Words to song, pencil
  • 'Spring Magic' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'The Spring, My Dear, Is No Longer Spring' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Stairs' Melody and accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Stairs' (Papillon, Harvey and Chorus) Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Stairs' Pencil sketches
  • 'Stars of Song' Words and melody line
  • 'Stay With Me Now' Vocal duet with accompaniment, ink
  • 'Storm' Piano solo, pencil sketch
  • 'A Summer Air' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Sunbird Seranade' Piano solo, incomplete, pencil sketch
  • 'Symphony of the Skyways : prelude flight' Very sparse pencil sketch
  • 'Symphony of the Skyways' Piano score, pencil sketch
  • 'Tailor-Tex' Melody and some accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'Talk American' Melody and accompaniment, pencil sketch with introduction to 'Midinette' on verso
  • 'Tarantella' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'There Was a River' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'This'll Do' Duet with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'A Thousand and One Stars : movement orientale' Incomplete pencil sketch
  • 'To a Bad Child' Song with piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'To a Spanish Lady' Vocal solo with accompaniment, very incomplete, pencil sketch
  • 'Tumbledown Dreams' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Two Doves Upon the Selfsame Branch' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'The Violin Seeks Her Love : music fantasy'
  • 'Wall St Blues' Melody and some accompaniment, pencil
  • 'The Wedding Dress' Song with accompaniment, ink
  • 'We'll Keep the Faith' Song with piano accompaniment, ink and pencil
  • 'What Women Love' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Where Sunless Rivers Weep' Song with piano accompaniment
  • 'A Widow-Bird Sat Mourning' Song with piano accompaniment, ink
  • 'Wines of France' Melody line only, pencil sketch
  • 'Wings Over Europe (The World)' Incomplete pencil sketch
  • 'A Wolf in a Fold' Pencil sketch
  • 'You Know What I Mean' Melody and piano accompaniment, pencil sketch
  • 'You Told Me a Story' Song with piano accompaniment, ink

Box List

BoxSeries Folders/Pieces
111-2
212-4
314-5
17
18
110 (see also folio)
4112-16
5117-21
126
31-4
635-14
7315-29
8330-42
941-2
51-2 (see also folio)
61-4
1065-9
71-4
1175-12
12713-19
13720-27
14728-34
81-2
1583-8
1689-12
17813-15
18816
91-3
1994-8
2099-18
2110-
Folio box 116
19-10
21-2
Folio box 2111
122-23
Folio box 3124-25
Folio box 451
817-19
919-21