Bound manuscript of Lee's writings while a prisoner of war. [A longer version of A Captive at Carlsruhe and written in the form of a diary unlike the published book. Contains spaces marked for illustrations.]
Kept by Joseph Lee while a prisoner of war at Karlsruhe and Beeskow Camps, Germany. Includes excerpts of prose and poetry copied from books which Lee read in camp. Also cuttings [English, German and French] of historical figures, interesting buildings, photographs of famous pictures and works of art and 7 photographs [from a German magazine] of views of Beeskow. Started 16 Dec 1917
Includes photographs, sketches, programmes for camp concerts. Also a one-act play, 'A Chelsea Christmas Eve: A Nocturne in A Flat' by Joseph Lee. [Performed at Karlsruhe Camp on 1 January 1918.] [360pp]
Audio file titled 'Joseph Lee - An Introduction'. Produced by Donald Lamont when studying for an HND in Creative Industries, Radio at Fife College. Interviewer is Michael MacLaren, a fellow student of Mr Lamont. Includes an interview with Caroline Brown, University Archivist.
Pencil sketches of nude figures drawn by Joseph Lee [presumably when he attended classes at the Slade School of Art, London, c.1920]. Includes two unrelated drawings: pen and ink drawing on card of 'Wallace Knocking Stone, Longforgan'; 'The Auld Bear-Stane', signed 'J.L.' n.d., and pen and ink drawing of part of an unidentified ruined building, unsigned. [These and two loose Slade sketches are contained in an envelope at back of book.]
A fellow prisoner who had died of pneumonia. Includes a large number of prisoners including Lee and German Military personnel with a Lutheran pastor conducting the service over the grave. The photograph was taken by F. Albrecht, Karlsruhe. [Reproduced opposite p.45 of A Captive at Carlsruhe.] [See also MS 88/1/1 p.175.]
Card 15 December 1917 givind Telegram message from Joseph Lee to Herman Lee, Dundee. Says he is a war prisoner in Karlsruhe, Germany. Front of card addressed to Red Cross Society, Geneva. [orginial and photocopy]
Kept by Joseph Lee, containing mainly literary extracts including a number of poems, some of which may be unpublished. A few pages are in Pitman's shorthand. Includes cuttings and miscellanea. 1898-c.1940s. [324pp] Also includes: Extracts from letters from John Ruskin to the late William Hackston, sent to Joseph Lee for sale on behalf of the artists widow, 5 July 1928 [pp.175-179, 182-183, 186-189, 192-195]. Collection includes one letter from D.G. Rossetti [pp.180-181]. Copy of letter, dated 27 December 1547, Thomas Wyndam to Somerset.