Love, Harold Halford Russell (1937-2007)
Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor of English, 1964-2002; Emeritus Professor 2003.
Correspondence 1959-2007 1.62m
Miscellaneous collection arranged in roughly chronological order, with a separate alpha run covering the 1990s.
Manuscript material 1963-2006 1.3510m
Mss printed on A4 and held in spring binders, the earliest of which are drafts for Prof. Love's doctoral dissertation (Cambridge, 1964). Also included are unpublished playscripts and poetry; notes for addresses; offprints of published journal articles; and CD copies of the Restoration Theatre Song Archive, and the Source Index to English Clandestine Satire.
Music scores 1981-2006 0.16m
Collection of sheet music composed or arranged by Prof. Love (many for recorder or viol which he played).
Research material related to early Melbourne theatre 1970-1993 1.25m
Research material related to John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester 1980-2000 3.24m
Research material related to works of Thomas Southerne 1965-1985 0.36m
Research notebooks 1960-2005 0.90m
Series of note books used by Prof. Love (and occasionally his assistants) in the course of research in libraries chiefly in Australia and Britain.
Staff Drama Group records 1964-1967 0.01m
Prof. Love was an active member of the group as performer, musical arranger and director. Series includes posters, handouts and programs, Newsletters for 1966-1967; and several unidentified black and white photographs of a performance.
Teaching files 1959-2005 1.26m
Files related to courses taught within the English department at Monash 1964-2003. File contents include lecture and seminar notes, course handouts and booklets. Also included are files related to lectures given at University of New England, 1959; in department of Music at Monash, 1992; and in Britain and United States, 2003-2005.
Working files 1960-2007 1.80m
Papers associated with published articles, reviews and contributions to composite volumes. Files may include research materials, draft and final papers, correspondence, and agreements with publishers.
The Independent: Professor Harold Love
Australian Academy of the Humanities: Harold Love