Apart from general correspondence from 1796-1939 (some of it concerning earlier members of the Bond family), Bond's papers mainly reflect his literary activities. This included work on the Marlay papers (see GB 159 My) that he was editing for publication, and notes for his edition of Bercher's Nobility of Women, presented to the Roxburghe Club by Charles Brinsley Marlay. There are also some manuscript poems by Bond and material relating to his role as a Nottingham academic, including English Literature syllabuses.
Papers of Richard Warwick Bond (1857-1943), Professor of English, University College, Nottingham
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 159 Bd
- Dates of Creation1796-1953
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description10 boxes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Richard Warwick Bond (1857-1943) was educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford, Bromsgrove Grammar School and Queen's College, Oxford. He embarked on an academic and literary career which culminated in 1911 with his appointment to the Chair of English at the University College, Nottingham. He retired from this post in 1925, but continued his literary activities until his death.
The typescript catalogue forms a subsidiary part of the catalogue of the Marlay Papers (see GB 159 My). The Bond collection is divided into two sections: BD 1-26, files of correspondence and associated papers, arranged chronologically within groups concerning particular topics or people; BD 27-105, literary and other papers.
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Other Finding Aids
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- In the Reading Room, University of Nottingham Library: Typescript Catalogue, 5 pp
- At the National Register of Archives, London: Typescript Catalogue, 5 pp
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The papers of Richard Warwick Bond were presented to the Library of the University College, Nottingham in 1943.