The collection includes original, annotated typescripts of many of Beckett's works, including Echo's Bones, Eleutheria, and Dream of Fair to Middling Women - Beckett's first novel published posthumously in 1992. There are also numerous photographs of Beckett and his family, a short film of Actes Sans Paroles, and audio of Beckett reading his own work. Many of the photographs are more intimate images of Beckett and members of his family in ordinary settings. The image above was taken at Ussy in 1952 or 1953 and depicts Beckett (left) and his brother Frank.
|Beckett and other members of the Irish Red Cross in St Ló, France.|
Ask for MS-122 to see Beckett's papers and MS-661 to see Harvey's collection of research materials.