Stanley John Weyman (1855-1928) was a lawyer before he turned to writing. His published works include
The house of the wolf (1890),
Under the red robe (1894),
The red cockade: a novel of the French Revolution (1895),
Ovington's bank (1922), and
The lively Peggy (1928). The collection consists of both incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence, literary manuscripts,
notebooks, a diary providing an account of a visit to Spain, and ephemera.
Weyman was born on August 7, 1855 in Ludlow, England; BA in modern history, Christ Church College, Oxford University, 1877;
called to the bar in 1881; however, because his early career showed little signs of success, he turned to writing; published
works include The house of the wolf (1890), The king's stratagem and other stories (1891), The new rector (1891), Under the red robe (1894), The red cockade: a novel of the French Revolution (1895), In kings' byways (1902), Ovington's bank (1922), and The lively Peggy (1928); he died on April 10, 1928.
4 boxes (2.0 linear ft.)
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