Acquisition

New Books and Documents
donated by Aida Yared to the Zürich James Joyce Foundation

Serendipitous result of the Workshop Cruxes in Ulysses

November 2007
Dubliners

3 issues of The “Halfpenny Marvel” (nos 81, 82 and 84)

Ulysses

Reade, A. Ruby; or, How Girls are Trained for a Circus Life. Founded on fact. London, Trischler and Company, 1890.
2nd, revised edition without frontispiece.
(4.346ff). [Mary Power, JJQ 18.2, 115-21]
Tit-Bits. London, Tit-Bits Offices, 1890.
The Police Gazette. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1972.
+ an orginal issue (1882, Vol. 39, No. 235)
(12.1165)
Molloy, J. L., “Love’s Old Sweet Song.” Sheet music. London, Boosey & Co Ltd, n.d.
The Shamrock (22 June 1885; Vol. 32, no 1,498). with ‘an Irish historical romance’ entitled “Hugh O’Neill, or, The Red Hand of Ulster”
(U 12.1211)

Bloom’s Library:

anon. The Child’s Guide to Knowledge. London, Simpkin, Marshall, 1861.
possibly from Bloom’s Library (Title); the catechism format fits Ithaca.
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Pardies, F. I. G. Short, but yet Plain Elements of Geometry London, R. Knaplock and D. Midwinter, 1725.
the edition from in Bloom’s library dates from 1711. Same dedicatory epiftle.

pictorial/objects:

a photograph, (35.5 x 25 cm) of The Princess of Wales, mounted on original cardboard of Lafayette of Dublin.
(14.1221, 16.1433, 17.1778, most likely a smaller format)
<http://lafayete.150m.com/thumbsroyalty.html>http://lafayette.150m.com/thumbsroyalty.html
glazed pottery jar The Arecanut toothpaste prepared only by Commans Bath
(10.32)
brown glass jar Bovril (U 14.1547)
contemporary postcards & photocopies of maps of Dublin

Finnegans Wake

Rowntree, B. S. Poverty – A Study of Town Life. London, Edinburgh, Dublin, New York, Thomas Nelson & Sons, n.d.
(534–5)
Holland, E. Mohammed. New York, Frederick A. Stokes 1914.
FW source (including the “cubehouse”)
Buffalo Notebook VI.B 45.103ff / FW 5.13-29 and 310.22-311.1.
Full article by Aida Yared in Genetic Joyce Studies
<http://www.antwerpjamesjoycecenter.com/GJS/Holland99.htm>http://www.antwerpjamesjoycecenter.com/GJS/Holland99.htm
Crépieux-Jamin, J. Les éléments de l’écriture des canailles. Paris, Ernest Flammarion, 1923.
Joyce must have used this ed. [<http://www.fweet.org>www.fweet.org]

objects

1 small glass jar Harlene for the Hair
1 cake of soap Cuticura Soap
164.29-32, 239.27-29)

Annotations by Aida Yared.