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Wilde, William C.K.
     A.L.S. to Oscar Wilde. [Fragment].
1 leaf; English; Wilde W6722L W6721.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 146

Wilde, William Charles.
     A.L.S. to More Adey.
1896 Feb. 4
English; Wilde W6722L A233.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 139

Wilde, William Charles K.
     A.L.S. to Margaret Campbell.
[1878] [Summer]
A. Wade: 1955; English; Wilde W6722L C189.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 140

Wilde, William Charles K.
     A.L.S. to Margaret Campbell.
1878 Aug. 25
A. Wade: 1955; English; Wilde W6722L C189.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 141

Wilde, William Charles K.
     A.L.S. to Margaret Campbell.
1878 Sept. 2
A. Wade: 1955; English; Wilde W6722L C189.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 142

Wilde, William Charles K.
     A.L.S. to Margaret Campbell.
[1879] [June]
3 leaves; A. Wade: 1955; English; Wilde 6722L C189.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 143

Wilde, William Charles Kingsbury.
     A.L.S. to Constance Wilde.
English; Wilde W6722L W6711.
     Reel: 32, Item No. 144

Wm. H. Wise & Co. (New York). "Oscar Wilde's genius dominant today!"
(four page advertisement for the printing of a DeLuxe edition of The complete works of Oscar Wilde). Bibliographical material, 1880-1939.; English; Wildeiana Box 4.1H.
     Reel: 37, Item No. 27

The Woman's world.
London [etc.] Cassel & Co. 1890
1. Newspaper clipping, "Memories of the house of Cassell" Sunday times, Sept. 19, 1920.; English; *PR5825 W87 v. 2.
     Reel: 19, Item No. 79

Woodcock, George.
     The paradox of Oscar Wilde.
London, New York. T.V. Boardman. 1949
1. Prospectus. 2. Review from N.Y. Herald Tribune; English; PR5823 W88.
     Reel: 19, Item No. 73

The works of Oscar Wilde Published in Yiddish. (Stuart Mason, 6. Molyneux House, Molyneux Street, London, W., England).
Ballad of Reading Gaol, translated by Roisenblat. N.Y., Reznick & Kaplan, 1910; Ballad of Reading Gaol, translated by Roisenblat. N.Y. Druckerman, 1910; De Profundis, London (Sussman) 1909; Nightingale & the Rose, translated by Frumken. London, 1907; Salome, translated by Entin. London (Sussman, yellow wrappers, 1909; Salome, translated by Entin. London (Sussman, white wrappers, 1909; Salome, translated, by Brumlen, London (Naradicky) purpose wrappers, 1909; Soul of Man under Socialism, London, 1905; Soul of Man under Socialism, London, 1905, with portrait; Soul of Man under Socialism, translated by M. Warshe, N.Y., 1910.; English.
     Reel: 34, Item No. 4

"The worst of Wilde."
In Judy, or the London serio-comic journal, March 8, 1882, p. 111; English; Wildeiana Box 7.30A-C.
     Reel: 39, Item No. 47

"the worst of Wilde. (From the London Judy)."
In The daily graphic, April 4, 1882, p. 243; English; Wildeiana Box 7.35A-C.
     Reel: 39, Item No. 51

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