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]
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.]
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.
Comprising: manuscript poems including 'The Wonder of it All' and 'The Aged Weaver'; musical arrangement for piano and voice entitled 'All' with manuscript of poem 'The Sheltered Vale' on reverse; photograph of poet, 1912; prospectus and order form for 'Poems'.
Scrapbook containing cuttings of photographs and articles relating to musicians of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Also includes programmes of performances by Dorothy Barrie (later Dorothy Lee) by herself or as part of the Elsie Owen Quartet, photographs and her reports from the Royal Academy of Music, 1916-1918. c 1916-c1940.
[388pp] Includes sketches of Oda Slobodskaya and Eileen Rafth [p.283]; Lee and his wife [p.123, p.330]; Ruth Naylor [p.326]; Gabrielle Bernard [p.363]. Also includes: [p.380a] Letter, 9 November 1941, Lionel Tertis to Joseph Lee. Thanks Lee for letter and cheque. Refers to Mrs Lee's viola playing.
Photograph album/scrapbook relating to a performance of "Fra Lippo Lippi, Painter of Florence". The play was written by Joseph Lee and performed by students of the Dundee Technical College and School of Art on 29 April 1914. Includes photographs of scenes from the play, sketches, souvenir programme, press cuttings and chronological notes. Identified in photograph (7) are Frank Coutts as the jester, third from the right in the front row. Above him to the left is Ruby Scott as the nun, and above Ruby and to the left is Agnes Nicol. To the left of Agnes is Meta Mitchell.
Martin Harvey, Theatre Royal, Brighton, to Joseph Lee, c/o Dundee. Comments on Lee's captivity and includes dates of his tour of Britain during 1918. Gives other information about family and friends and gives positive response to possibility of Lee writing a book about his experiences as a P.O.W. [2pp]