The Lawrence collections at Magdalen College are still expanding! The Wilson Archive Project is in progress until 2023, and we plan to hold new events tying in to this project.
In this blog, you can find the latest updates on new finds from the Jeremy Wilson Archive in real time as cataloguing is in progress, news on our other Lawrence collections including original items owned by the TE Lawrence Society, announcements on forthcoming events and conferences from the Library and Archives Team, and any other Lawrence-related news we can think of!
Jeremy Wilson collected ephemera and prospectuses relating to the publication of various books by and about Lawrence and his circle, many of which are beautiful objects in themselves.
In this blog, I usually focus on the stories surrounding the materials that I find in the Wilson collection. Today, I’m going to give a little insight into the processes involved in cataloguing the…
We are excited to announce that booking is now open for Magdalen College Archives' conference "Writing Lawrence and his World: Jeremy Wilson and the Art/Science of Biography".
I recently attended a private view of a new exhibition on Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) and Iraq at Newcastle's Great North Museum. The exhibition, entitled "Challenging Legacies: The Kingdom of Iraq and Gertrude Bell", is…
There are only three weeks left to submit your abstracts for our conference "Writing Lawrence and his World: Jeremy Wilson and the Art/Science of Biography".
The Wilson collection has again yielded an exciting find! Here's a potted history of some of the highlights of almost 90 years of Lawrence on screen and on air!
To celebrate the completion of the cataloguing of the papers of Jeremy Wilson at the Archives of Magdalen College Oxford, we invite speakers to address the subject of “Writing Lawrence” as a starting point…
Gertrude Bell’s letters to Hogarth reveal both her personal, political and professional interests as well as her feelings and thoughts about Lawrence.
A quick look suggested that they were Hejaz stamps, which were designed by the Arab Bureau in 1916 for circulation in Arabia.