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A War Prisoner's Journal: II Karlsruhe

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]

A War Prisoner's Commonplace Book'

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

A Journal of Captivity'.

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.]

Letter relating to Lee

To Joan Auld, Archivist, Dundee University, from J.E.R. Macmillan, Archivist, Regimental Museum, concerning the obituary of Joseph Lee, and print-out detailing material held in the Regimental Museum. 18 May 1949 and 4 October 1989.

The City Echo.

Local magazine edited by Joseph Lee, for which he also contributed much of the material.

The City Echo.

Local magazine edited by Joseph Lee, for which he also contributed much of the material.

The City Echo.

Local magazine edited by Joseph Lee, for which he also contributed much of the material.

The City Echo.

Local magazine edited by Joseph Lee, for which he also contributed much of the material.

The Tocsin.

Local magazine edited by Joseph Lee, for which he also contributed much of the material. Includes reviews and correspondence concerning the magazine. 1909-1913.

Ballads of Battle,

[By Lance-Corporal Joseph Lee, 1st/4th Battalion Black Watch]. Illustrated by the author. London, John Murray.

The Bullet

Miniature publication of The Bullet produced by StAnza Poetry festival, St Andrews

Treasure Box by Robert Graves.

The cover appears to have been hand made, and inside there is an inscription by Graves, "Joseph Lee from Robert Graves 1921 in gratitude for 'The Green Grass'". London, Chiswick Press.
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