Fonds SC56 - Sonnets on the 99 Names of God

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GB GB 891 SC56


Sonnets on the 99 Names of God


  • [1900-1940] (Creation)

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99 sheets of paper, 21 x 17cm, handwritten

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The creator of the manuscript is unknown. It is possible that it was sent to the Society for possible publication, but any identifying details are no longer with the document.

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Ninety-nine sonnets written in English each titled with one of the names of God.

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Conditions governing access

Open. Please contact the archivist. Details can be found here : The archive is open on Tuesdays and Fridays 10-5, and Thursdays 2-5. Access is to any researcher without appointment but it will help if an appointment is made via phone or email. Please bring photo ID.

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Digital photography (without flash) for research purposes may be permitted upon completion of a copyright declaration form, and with respect to current UK copyright law.

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  • Arabic
  • English

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    This material was catalogued by Nancy Charley, RAS Archivist, in 2024.




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