340. The Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Letter from Bram Stoker to A.E. Parry, 1903.
Fifteen letters from Sidgwick and Jackson, Publishers, to Bram Stoker, 1910-1911.
Two Letters from Sidgwick and Jackson, Publishers, to Florence Stoker, 1912.
341. The British Library, London.
Letter from Bram Stoker to T.H.S. Escott, 1883.
Letter from Bram Stoker to A. Gamer, 1889.
Two Letters from Bram Stoker to Cassell and Company, 1889.
Letter from Bram Stoker to W.E. Gladstone, 1897.
Note from Bram Stoker to Mr MacNaghten, 1897.
Letter from Bram Stoker to Bernard Shaw, 1898.
Two Letters from Bram Stoker to Lord Avebury, 1907.
Two Letters from Bram Stoker to the Royal Literary Fund, 1911. Correspondence of Bram Stoker in the Archive of the Society of Authors.
342. The Brotherton Collection, University of Leeds.
The Collected In-Mail of Bram Stoker, c.1880-c.1910.
Personal Impressions of America [sic], bound with newspaper cuttings describing the lecture.
The Secret of the Growing Gold , short story, 1 vol.
Seven Golden Buttons [i.e., Miss Betty], Novella, 1 vol.
343. Colby College, Maine.
Letter from Thomas Hardy to Bram Stoker, c.1908.
344. The Garrick Club, London.
Eleven Letters and a telegram from Bram Stoker to Percy Fitzgerald, 1906.
345. Hove Central Library, Sussex.
Letter from Bram Stoker to Frank J. Arlton, 1905.
346. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Letter from W.G. Wills to Bram Stoker, undated.
347. University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Letter from Bram Stoker to Frederic Whyte, undated.
348. University of Nottingham.
Two Letters from Bram Stoker to R. Warwick Bond, 1896.
349. University of Reading.
Letter from Bram Stoker in the Archive of George Bell and Sons, 1903.
350. Richmond Central Library.
Letter from Bram Stoker in the Correspondence Files of Douglas Sladen, undated.
351. The Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia.
The working notes for Dracula, dated from 8 Mar 1890. [These are summarised in “Bram Stoker’s Working Papers for Dracula”, Christopher Frayling ed., Vampyres, From Lord Byron to Count Dracula, London: Faber and Faber, 1991, pp.303-31.]
352. The National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Letter from Bram Stoker to J.H. Balfour Brown, 1889.
Letter from Bram Stoker in the Correspondence Files of Clement K. Shorter and John Malcolm Bulloch, 1897.
353. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Shakespeare Centre Library, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
The Papers of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry from the Bram Stoker Collection. Seventy-seven boxes. Boxes six, seven and eight comprise letters, telegrams and notes by Irving and Stoker, numbered and catalogued in detail.
354. The Papers of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry from the Bram Stoker Collection, the Shakespeare Centre Library, Stratford-Upon-Avon, rpt in Actors and Managers of the English and American Stage. Series 1. Brighton: Harvester Microform, 1987. 245p. [Printed inventory, accompanied by 30 reels of microfilm]
355. The Ellen Terry Memorial Museum, Tenterden, Kent.
Three Letters from Bram Stoker to Ellen Terry, 1891-1906.
356. The Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Famous Imposters, incomplete manuscript, 1910.
Telegram from Bram Stoker, 1907.
357. University Philosophical Society, Trinity College, Dublin.
Minute Book completed by Bram Stoker as Secretary of the University Philosophical Society.
Minutes signed by Bram Stoker in the Office of President of the University Philosophical Society.
358. Undated facsimile page in Stoker’s hand from the Minute Book of the University Philosophical Society, rpt in J.P. Cinnamond ed., University Philosophical Society, Trinity College Dublin, Centenary Review, Dublin. The Centenary Committee of the University Philosophical Society, 1953, p.53.
359. The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Letter from Hany Fumiss to Bram Stoker, undated.
360. Facsimile of a letter from Walt Whitman to Bram Stoker dated 6 March, 1876, rpt in Bram Stoker, Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving, London: William Heinemann, 1906, 2 Vols., Vol 2, facing p.97.
361. Correspondence between Bram Stoker and Walt Whitman 1872-1876. Reprinted in: Horace Traubel, ed. Scully Bradley, With Walt Whitman in Camden, January 21 to April 7, 1889, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953, pp.180-5.