Oenone Judith Dundas Papers, 1927-2008 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/7/52
Volume: 4.5 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Oenone Judith Dundas (1927-2008), Professor of English (1969-1997), contain biographical material, personal and professional correspondence, educational records, papers and projects from primary and secondary school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, University of British Columbia (1946-1948), University of London (1949-1951), and University of Wisconsin (1953-1954), lecture and research notes, journal articles, published books, manuscripts, course reading lists and syllabi, autobiographical records of thoughts and dreams, photographs, passports and identification documents, concerning student life and academic career, family and personal relationships, genealogy, art, art history, literature, poetry, related to the Renaissance, Romanticism, and Edmund Spenser's epic poem, The Faerie Queene. Correspondents include: Marion (sister), Mathilda and Richard S. (parents) Dundas and Philipp Fehl, artist and Professor of Art History (1969-1990), whose letters also contain his pen and ink drawings, or "capricci", published and unpublished.