- Existence: 1906 - 1939
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents A collection of typographical specimens representative of the craft of various New Zealand printers and presses. A holograph poem 'Written in Cold' by Robin Hyde is on the reverse of a menu from the "Spotted Dog" in the Unicorn Press file, along with a copy of 'Katherine Mansfield : a critical essay / by Arthur Sewell'. Auckland : Unicorn Press, 1936, signed by the author.
Dates: ca. 1930-1960s.
Scope and Contents Student essay titled, 'A small three weeks' which retraces a three-week journey by Robin Hyde to Totara North in Northland, relating this to the author's work. Includes illustrations and maps.
Identifier: MSS-Archives-Accession 1101
Scope and Contents Box 1. Copies of manuscript poems published in: Hyde, Robin, 1906-1939. "Young knowledge : the poems of Robin Hyde / edited & introduced by Michele Leggott." Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland University Press, 2003. Arrangement reflects sections of the published work, ie poems arranged by period: Section 1: 1925-29 Section 2: 1930 - March 1935 Section 3: April 1935 - December 1936 Section 4: 1937 Section 5: January 1938 - August 1939 Box 2. Compilation material for "Big Smoke : New...
Dates: ca. 1994 -2003
Scope and Contents (1) Sound discs, videocassette, and related materials gathered as part of the ongoing work of the nzepc (New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre). Includes sound discs of readings by Helen Morse of Robin Hyde poems. (2) Performances (3) Manuscripts. 3/1. Yang, Lian. "Sight, or island no. 5 : for Michele Leggott". London, 9 December 2003, commissioned by nzepc. Tapa notebook. 3/2 Edmond, Murray, 1949- . "Words not my own : a journey towards Noh". 2003. Diary and poems re trip to Japan commissioned...
Scope and Contents A signed typescript, with holographic annotations, of "Check to your king; the life history of Charles, Baron de Thierry, King of Nukahiva, Sovereign Chief of New Zealand" by Robin Hyde (Iris Wilkinson).
Scope and Contents Folder 1: 'The honeysuckle rogue'; 'Naboth's vineyard at Orakei [fragments]. Folder 2: 6 poetry mss. 'Your trees'; 'Judas'; 'Defeat'; 'The English rider'; 'Chrysanthemum'; 'In the lane'. Folder 3: 'Chapter one. 'Little houses'. Draft chapter from 'The godwits fly'. Folder 4: 'Chapter seven. Little ease'. Draft chapter from 'The godwits fly'. Folder 5: Unidentified draft section of 'The godwits fly' Folder 6: Typescript with holograph annotations of "Journalese". 287 leaves. (Use photocopy...
Overview Collection comprises manuscript and typescript drafts of some 600 poems by Robin Hyde arranged in chronological order, by Gloria Rawlinson, in preparation for a published collection which never transpired.
Dates: ca 1930 - 1937
Scope and Contents This is an early draft, which was considerably revised and re-written, of "Check to your King"; "The life history of Charles Philippe Hippolytus, Baron de Thierry" by Robin Hyde (Iris Wilkinson). It is accompanied by typescript research notes and typescript copies of six letters by de Thierry and two by Samuel Marsden.
Scope and Contents Annotated manuscript and typescript drafts for 'Bronze outlaw : a New Zealand soldier's story', published as: Passport to hell. London : Hurst and Blackett, 1936.
Scope and Contents Folder 1 contains a typescript with holographic annotations of 'Wednesday's Children' by Robin Hyde (Iris Wilkinson) published in 1936 by Hurst and Blackett, London. Folder 2 contains photographs of Robin Hyde. A further photograph of Robin Hyde can be found in the New Zealand Glass Case in "Houses by the sea" (NZGC 823.91 W68h).
Scope and Contents Typescript poem of "At the lighting of the lamps" by Ursula Bethell. Found amongst Hyde's poetry manuscripts by Gloria Rawlinson and annotated by her in an attached note: "Not Robin Hyde's (though among her papers)". Poem is annotated "Not published yet" in another hand.
Dates: 1920s - 1930s