Frederick Philip Grove Collection|
Queen's University, Douglas Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library
Grove, Frederick Philip; Canadian literature
Established in 1925, the collection is part of the Edith and Lorne Pierce Collection of Canadiana. The collection was developed by Professor Spettigue, a Grove scholar and faculty member of the English Department. In 1983, a grant was received to help build the collection.
The collection includes Frederick Philip Grove's (1879-1948) literary works, works edited by him in variant editions, and critical works on Grove. The collection also contains Grove's rare early German works (he was also known as Felix Paul Greve). The geographic emphasis is on Germany and Canada. Present acquisition policies are to acquire any new and old editions not already in the collection, as well as critical works.
English and German predominate.
151 monographs; 1 vertical file (3 items); 2 microfilm reels. Supplementary material to support this collection will be found in the main stacks collection.
The collection is catalogued on-line. NLC subject headings and classification are used. Items catalogued before June 1980 and after February 1990 are recorded in the National Library Union Catalogue. Special bibliographies and/or databases include"imprint" files.
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Interlibrary Loan: At the discretion of the curator.
Reprography: As the condition of the material warrants.
Reference Assistance: Yes.
Publications Describing Collection
None at present.