- c1940s-2003 (Creation)
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Correspondence, programmes, posters, recordings, diaries, photographs, press cuttings, accounts and other items covering the professional career of the soprano Elizabeth Harwood.
Costumes (La Traviata and The Tales of Hoffmann) and portrait of Antonia (Tales of Hoffmann) on loan to the Costume Museum, 1E Tavistock Street, London WC2E 7PR.
Private correspondence, portrait as Susannah (Marriage of Figaro 1965) and costume drawings (Sophie - Rosenkavalier; The Countess - Count Ory; Fiordiligi - Cosi fann tutte) retained by Julian Royle.
A list of the contents of Elizabeth Harwood's reference library of books, recordings and music is available.
Duplicates, bank statements and cheque stubs have been removed from the collection.
Musical scores (annotated and used by Elizabeth Harwood) at the National Opera Studio c/o Isobel Flinn. A list will be available. Her Bechstein piano is also on loan to the NOS.