Moses Tyson (1897-1969)

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Moses Tyson (natus anno 1897; mortuus 1969), rerum gestarum eruditus, fuit conservator manuscriptorum occidentalium Bibliothecae Iohannes Rylands ab anno 1927 1935 usque, et postea director bibliothecae universitatis Mancuniensis usque ad annum 1965. A successore Frederico Ratcliffe "one of the great unsung figures of the University" descriptus est; ab historicis Universitatis Mancuniensis "a painfully shy bachelor who shunned the company of women" et "the self-effacing, misogynistic, chain-smoking Librarian".[1]

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1930 : Hand-List of the Collections of French and Italian Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library. Mancunii
  • 1932 : (cum Henrico Guppy) The French Journals of Mrs. Thrale and Doctor Johnson edited from the original manuscripts in the John Rylands Library and in the British Museum. Mancunii (Rylands English MSS. 617; BM Add. MSS. 35299)
  • 1937 : The Manchester University Library. Mancunii

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Brian Pullan, Michele Abendstern, A history of the University of Manchester, 1951-73 (2000. ISBN 0-7190-5670-5) pp. 18, 92 (Fragmenta apud Google Books)

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