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Events File Archive

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Scope and Contents

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Academic Courses

General Events

Owen Barfield

G.K. Chesterton

C.S. Lewis

George MacDonald

Dorothy L. Sayers

J.R.R. Tolkien

Charles Williams



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Collection Overview

Title: Events File Archive, 1966-2019Add to your cart.

ID: Wade/A-126, 126a, and 127

Extent: 3.0 Boxes. More info below.

Subjects: Barfield, Owen,, Barfield, Owen, - Archives., Chesterton, G. K., Chesterton, G. K. - Archives., Lewis, C. S., Lewis, C. S. - Archives., MacDonald, George,, MacDonald, George, - Archives., Sayers, Dorothy L., Sayers, Dorothy L. - Archives., Tolkien, J. R. R., Tolkien, J. R. R. - Archives., Williams, Charles,, Williams, Charles, - Archives.

Languages: English

Abstract

This archive includes materials from various events related to the Wade authors, including dramatic performances, conferences, academic courses, exhibitions, etc. More additions may be included in this archive at any time.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Materials are filed in one of 3 series:

1) the “Academic Courses” category for those materials relating to courses taught on the Wade authors (in institutions of higher education meeting on more than one occasion)

2) the “General” category if more than one Wade author applies

3) by related Wade Author

Sections are filed in chronological order, from most to least recent. More additions may be included in this archive at any time. Some photos have been digitized, but not all.

Subject/Index Terms

Barfield, Owen,
Barfield, Owen, - Archives.
Chesterton, G. K.
Chesterton, G. K. - Archives.
Lewis, C. S.
Lewis, C. S. - Archives.
MacDonald, George,
MacDonald, George, - Archives.
Sayers, Dorothy L.
Sayers, Dorothy L. - Archives.
Tolkien, J. R. R.
Tolkien, J. R. R. - Archives.
Williams, Charles,
Williams, Charles, - Archives.

Administrative Information

Repository: Marion E. Wade Center

Alternate Extent Statement: 2.3 linear ft. and oversize items stored with poster collection

Acquisition Source: None

Separated Materials: Oversize items stored with poster collection

Related Materials:

Author Societies Archive

Mythcon-related holdings in Book and Periodical Collections:

Mythcon Proceedings 1-3: PR478.F35 M982 1970

Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference, 1992 (Mythcon 23): PR478.F35 M98 1969 v.21

Souvenir Book from 1998 Wheaton, IL Mythcon 29: PR478.F35 M982 1998

Proceedings of the 16th Annual Convention of the Mythopoeic Society: PR478.F35 M982 1985

Ravenhill: Newsletter of the New England Tolkien Society: PR6039.O32 Z45875 1979 (Special Mythcon 30 / Bree Moot 4 issue (1999:Aug.))

Preferred Citation: Description of material cited. The Events Archive, Box #, Folder#. The Marion E. Wade Center, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.


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[Series 1: Academic Courses],
[Series 2: General Events],
[Series 3: Owen Barfield],
[Series 4: G.K. Chesterton],
[Series 5: C.S. Lewis],
[Series 6: George MacDonald],
[Series 7: Dorothy L. Sayers],
[Series 8: J.R.R. Tolkien],
[Series 9: Charles Williams],
[All]

Series 1: Academic CoursesAdd to your cart.
Materials relating to courses taught on the Wade authors.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 2015: Spring: "Wade Center Authors: Dorothy L. Sayers” Wheaton College courseAdd to your cart.
Taught by Dr. Christine Colón spring semester at Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois (1 Course syllabus).
Folder 2012: Fall: J.R.R. Tolkien Marquette University courseAdd to your cart.
Marquette University, J.R.R. Tolkien fall semester course regarding his work and his influences, taught by Tim Machan (2 articles).
Folder 2007: January 30-May 8  “C.S. Lewis Visits Nashotah”Add to your cart.
Course taught by various instructors, at Nashotah House Episcopal Seminary, Nashotah, Wisconsin (1 course description with topics and reading list).
Item 1: January 30-May 8: “C.S. Lewis Visits Nashotah” courseAdd to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis Visits Nashotah” course taught by various instructors, at Nashotah House Episcopal Seminary, Nashotah, Wisconsin (1 course description with topics and reading list).
Item 2: February 12-April 23: “Exploring Tolkien: There and Back Again,” Cardiff UniversityAdd to your cart.
“Exploring Tolkien: There and Back Again” course taught by Dimitra Fimi as an on-line course at Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK 1 information page from website).
Item 3: Summer: Master's Degree Program in Liberal Studies, Barfield School of Sunbridge CollegeAdd to your cart.
Part-Time Master’s Degree Program in Liberal Studies at The Barfield School of Sunbridge College, Chestnut Ridge, New York (1 print out from website information page).
Folder 2006: June 5-26: The Chronicles of Narnia online interactive seminar, at The Catholic Distance UniversityAdd to your cart.
The Chronicles of Narnia online interactive seminar, at The Catholic Distance University, Hamilton, Virginia (1 flyer). Hamilton, Virginia (1 flyer).
Folder 2005: Winter: "Roots of Middle-earth: J.R.R. Tolkien and the British Literary Heritage" Mayville State University.Add to your cart.
Mayville State University. North Dakota. Instructor: Dale Nelson. English 341. (1 syllabus and 1 poster advertising class)
Folder 1994: March 21-June 4: “C.S. Lewis and His Friends: The Art of Evangelizing Skeptics,” Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary SeminaryAdd to your cart.
Course taught by David DeVore at the Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio (1 article).
Folder 1985: July 28-August 3: “The Achievement of G.K. Chesterton," Ruskin College, Oxford, July 28-August 3, 1985Add to your cart.
General Information and Course readings: “The Achievement of G.K. Chesterton” Dr. John Coates, Ruskin College, Oxford.
Folder 1979: March 6-May 8: Lord of the Rings community service course at the University of Southern Maine, July 28-August 3, 1979Add to your cart.
1 brochure
Series 2: General EventsAdd to your cart.
For materials where more than one Wade author applies.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 2018Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 23: TexMoot, Signum UniversityAdd to your cart.
"Stories for the Refreshment of the Spirit" First Annual North Texas Literature and Language Symposium. Includes talks on J.R.R. Tolkien and the Inklings, as well as literature in general. Schedule
Item 2: May 31-June 3: 11th C.S. Lewis and Friends ColloquiumAdd to your cart.
Taylor University, Upland IN. "The Faithful Imagination" Conference. Includes: colloquium program booklet, book advertisement postcard forThe Downstretched Hand by Lesley Willis Smith, banquet program, copy of "Christ walks the world again, a prince of fairy-tale: Imaginative and Unusual Faces of Christ as Hero in the Poetry of Catholic Tales by Dorothy L. Sayers, Thier Literary Roots, and Reflection in Her Later Writings" by Barbara L. Prescott, and a copy of "C.S. Lewis's Mythopoetic Baptism of the Imagination" by Harvey Solganick.
Item 3: July 2-5: "Leeds International Medieval Congress" program bookAdd to your cart.
Held at University of Leeds, UK. Stored in bound periodicals collection: CB351 .I584 2018
Folder 2017Add to your cart.
Item 1: September 10: "Inkling Symposium 2017: Faszination Harry Potter"Add to your cart.
The Inklings Society for Literature and Aesthetics. Aachen University, Depaterment of Englisha and American Studies. membership meeting. (1 invitation to yearly symposium for memebers)
Item 2: September 23: "Influences on the Work of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien" LecturesAdd to your cart.
Lectures: "Planet Narnia: C.S. Lewis and the Seven Heavens" by Michael Ward, and "Tolkien's Modern Sources: Middle-earth Beyond the Middle Ages" by Holly Ordway. Sponsored by C.S. Lewis Society of Madison, The Bradshaw/Knight Foundation, and The Tolkien and Fantasy Society at the University of Wisconson-Madison. (2 flyers)
Item 3: July 3-6: "Leeds International Medieval Congress" program bookAdd to your cart.
Held at University of Leeds, UK. Stored in bound periodicals collection: CB351 .I58 2017
Item 4: July 28-31: "Mythcon 48: All That is Gold"Add to your cart.
50th Anniversary. The Mythopoeic Society. St. John's Catholic Newman Center. The University of Illinois. (1 Guest of Honor Packet: Program booklet, Schedules and Additional Handouts; "Treasures in the Archive: A Celebration of Archival Collections" presentation notes by Laura Schmidt, Wade Center Archivist; Laura Schmidt's notes for presenting Mythopoeic Award in Inkling's Studies: Winners Phillip and Carol Zaleski, Various panel, presentations, and activities handouts from conference)
Folder 2016Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 2-5: 10th Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends, Taylor University, Upland, INAdd to your cart.
1 booklet and 4 conference session handouts; includes biographical details on Sister Penelope, see also: Sister Penelope correspondence in CSL Letter Collection
Item 2: September 17-18: “The Inklings and the First World War: Experiences with War in Fantasy Literature”Add to your cart.
Presented by The German Inklings Society and The German Tolkien Society, Aachen, Germany. (1 flyer)
Item 3: September 28-30:  “Arts & the Inklings”Add to your cart.
A conference presented by the Inklings Institute of Canada and the School of the Arts, Media & Culture, Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada. (1 flyer)
Folder 2015Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 12-21:  “A Journey with C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien” tourAdd to your cart.
Flyer/order form for guided trip: “A Journey with C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien” Educational Opportunities Tours.
Item 2: July 6-9: “Leeds International Medieval Congress” program bookAdd to your cart.
Held at University of Leeds, UK. Stored in bound periodicals collection: CB351 .I58 2015
Folder 2009: July 17-20: Mythcon 40Add to your cart.
Call for papers/information sheet: Mythcon 40, theme: “Sailing the Seas of Imagination”, to be held at the DeNeve Plaza Conference Center of the University of California, LA.
Folder 2008: August 18: “Hybris und Heil – (bio)ethische Fragen in Phantastischer Literatur”Add to your cart.
Letter and program (German) from Raimund Kern about the Symposium “Hybris und Heil – (bio)ethische Fragen in Phantastischer Literatur” at der Bischöflichen Akademie des Bistums Aachen, Germany.
Folder 2007: July 6-7: "Entfesselte Kräfte” Inklings journal related conference/symposiumAdd to your cart.
University of Cologne, Institute for Germany Speech and Literature, Cologne, Germany (1 brochure with envelope).
Folder 2004: April 17: “J.R.R. Tolkien / C.S. Lewis: Champions of the Christian Mythic Imagination”Add to your cart.
St. John Fisher College, Basil Hall, Rochester, New York (1 flyer).
Folder 2002: June 17-July 6: “Christianity & the Creative Imagination”Add to your cart.
Conference in Eichstatt, Bavaria (1 website printout information sheet).
Folder 2001Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 5, 12: Lewis and Friends Society, Taylor UniversityAdd to your cart.
Video “Owen Barfield” followed by personal reminiscences by Ed Brown on the 5th, then the meeting of the Lewis & Friends Society on the 12th, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (1 flyer).
Item 2: May 2001 – 2017: International Congress on Medieval Studies program books Volumes 36-52Add to your cart.
Hosted by The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Stored in bound periodicals collection: CB351 .I58 2001-
Item 3: October 12-13: “The Baptized Imaginations of George Macdonald and C.S. Lewis”Add to your cart.
George Fox University, Portland, Oregon (1 brochure).
Folder 2000Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 4-6: “Zukunft des Phantastischen…Phantastik des Zukünftigen”Add to your cart.
Internationales Symposium der Inklings-Gesellschaft für Literatur and Äthetik und des Forums ‘Technik and Gesellschaft’ Aachen, Germany (1 brochure, 1 informational letter [2 pp.]).
Item 2: August 18-21: Mythcon XXXIAdd to your cart.
The 31st Mythopoeic Conference, “Myth and Legend of the Pacific,” Kilauea Military Camp, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii (1 brochure).
Folder 1999: June 11-November 28: Exhibit of The Oxford InklingsAdd to your cart.
Exhibit of The Oxford Inklings: C.S. Lewis, C. Williams, J.R.R. Tolkien; Museum of Oxford, St. Aldates, Oxford; sponsored by Blackwell’s Bookshops (1 brochure, 1 flyer). Inklings Walking Tours (1 flyer).
Folder 1997Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 10: “The Man Who Was Thursday or Whose Body Was it Anyway?”Add to your cart.
The Dorothy L. Sayers Society and the Chesterton Institute present “The Man Who Was Thursday or Whose Body Was it Anyway?” a study day on aspects of Sayers and Chesterton. Center for Faith & Culture, Westminster College, Oxford, England. (1 flyer)
Item 2: September 19-21: Oxonmoot 1997Add to your cart.
(1 registration form)
Folder 1996: July 26-29: Mythcon XXVIIAdd to your cart.
The 27th Annual Mythopoeic Conference, “Magic in the Mountains Wonder in the Woods: The Inklings and Nature,” University of Colorado (1 brochure).
Folder 1995: June 3-14: Lewis and Sayers Wheaton Alumni Association TourAdd to your cart.
A Wheaton Alumni Association Tour: C.S. Lewis’ and Dorothy L. Sayers’ Oxford and London (1 brochure).
Folder 1993Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 23-27: “In Celebration of the Moral Imagination” ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Seattle Pacific University (1 brochure, 1 call for papers).
Item 2: September 23-25: The Ninth Annual International Conference of the Mythopoeic Literature Society of AustraliaAdd to your cart.
“New Perspectives: Gender, Culture, Society and Belief in Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature,” University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (1 call for papers, 1 registration form, 1 program).
Item 3: November 1-7: Wordplay (Warrington Libraries’ Festival)Add to your cart.
Flyer: Wordplay (Warrington Libraries’ Festival) Classic Writers Displays including G.K. Chesterton and Dorothy L. Sayers.
Folder 1992Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 17: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Princess Bride by William Goldman (1 flyer)
Item 2: February 21: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Unfinished Tales by J.R.R. Tolkien (1 flyer)
Item 3: March 20: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien (1 flyer)
Item 4: April 17: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien (1 flyer)
Item 5: May 15: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Return of the King by J.R.R. Tolkien (1 flyer)
Item 6: June 19: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Item 7: July 5-9: The Eighth Annual International Conference of The Inner Ring: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of AustraliaAdd to your cart.
The Eighth Annual International Conference of The Inner RIng: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of Australia, “Imaginings,” University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (1 informational letter, 2 calls for papers, 2 registration forms, 2 programs).
Item 8: July 17: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
St. Francis of Assisi by G.K. Chesterton (1 flyer)
Item 9: August 21: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Greater Trumps by Charles Williams (1 flyer)
Item 10: September 18: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Inklings by Humphrey Carpenter (1 flyer)
Item 11: October 16: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers (1 flyer).
Item 12: November 20: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
God in the Dock by C.S. Lewis (1 flyer)
Item 13: December 18: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Folder 1991Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 19-23: The Sixth Annual Conference of The Inner Ring: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of AustraliaAdd to your cart.
The Sixth Annual Conference of The Inner Ring: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of Australia, "The Fields of Sleep," St. Ann's College, North Adelaide, South Australia (1 flyer and registration form)
Item 2: June 21: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Item 3: June 30-July 12: C.S. Lewis Summer Institute "Muses Unbound: The Transfiguration of Imagination"Add to your cart.
Keble College, Oxford, England (1 brochure)
Item 4: July 19: Meeting of The Place of The Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Exile's Gate by C.J. Cherryh (1 flyer)
Item 5: August 16:  Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Magic Kingdom for Sale--Sold!! by Terry Brooks (1 flyer)
Item 6: September 20: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Everlasting Man by G.K. Chesterton (1 flyer)
Item 7: October 18: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Poems by C.S. Lewis (1 flyer)
Item 8: November 15: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Inferno by Dante (1 flyer)
Item 9: December 20: Meeting of The Place of the Lion: A Monthly Discussion Group of the Mythopoeic SocietyAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Folder 1990Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 19: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
The Mind of the Maker by Dorothy L. Sayers (1 flyer)
Item 2: February 16: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Charles Dickens by G.K. Chesterton (1 flyer)
Item 3: March 16: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti (1 flyer)
Item 4: April 20: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Til We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis (1 flyer)
Item 5: May 18: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
At the Back of the North Wind by George MacDonald (1 flyer)
Item 6: June 15: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Item 7: June 25-27: "Making Your Wrting Matter: A Strategy for the 90's," Seattle Pacific UniversityAdd to your cart.
"Making Your Writing Matter: A Strategy for the 90's," Seattle Pacific University's Ninth Annual Christian Writers Conference (1 brochure, mentions that attendees can also attend CSL Conference)
Item 8: June 26-30: "In Celebration of Permanent Things" Conference, Seattle Pacific UniversityAdd to your cart.
"In Celebration of Permanent Things: In the Writings of Auden, Hilaire Belloc, G.K. Chesterton, T.S. Eliot, C.S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, J.R.R. Tolkien, Evelyn Waugh, Charles Williams” Conference, Seattle Pacific University (1 brochure).
Item 9: July 14-27: "In Quest of Permanent Things" England Study Tour by Seattle Pacific UniversityAdd to your cart.
“In Quest of Permanent Things” England study tour by Seattle Pacific University on GKC, JRRT, CW, CSL, DLS, and TS Eliot (1 brochure and 1 postcard).
Item 10: July 20: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Farmer Giles of Ham by J.R.R. Tolkien
Item 11: August 17: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
An essay by Owen Barfield (1 flyer)
Item 12: September 21: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Williams biography (1 flyer)
Item 13: September 21-23: Bouchercon XXII, World Mystery Convention at Kings College in The StrandAdd to your cart.
London 1990, Bouchercon 21, World Mystery Convention, Kings College, The Strand (1 information sheet and registration form)
Item 14: September 22: Picnic for the member of The Place of the Lion and BurrahobbitsAdd to your cart.
Located at Williams Bay, Wisconsin (1 flyer)
Item 15: October 19: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Watch movie - Indiana Jones as Williams (1 flyer)
Item 16: November 16: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis (1 flyer)
Item 17: December 21: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Folder 1989Add to your cart.
Item 1: September 17: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Return of the Shadow by J.R.R. Tolkien (1 flyer)
Item 2: October 15: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
All Hallow's Eve by Charles Williams (1 flyer)
Item 3: November 12: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis (1 flyer)
Item 4: December 10: Meeting of The Place of the LionAdd to your cart.
Potluck and bring your own writing (1 flyer)
Folder 1988: May 14-16: Fourth Annual Conference of The Inner Ring: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of Australia, “The Ethics of Elfland: Mythopoeic Literature, Theory and Practice.”Add to your cart.
Fourth Annual Conference of The Inner Ring: The Mythopoeic Literature Society of Australia, “The Ethics of Elfland: Mythopoeic Literature, Theory and Practice.” King’s College, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia. (1 program)
Folder 1987: June 23-28: Seattle Pacific University Conference to celebrate the achievement of G. K. Chesterton and C. S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Conference to celebrate the achievement of G.K. Chesterton and C.S.Lewis, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington. Lyle Dorsett spoke. (2 brochures)
Folder 1986: November 6-7: C.S. Lewis-J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner and Lecture by Lyle W. DorsettAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis-J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner and Lecture by Lyle W. Dorsett (mailing/invitation), the C. S. Lewis Center for the Study of the Common Tradition of the Saint Thomas More Institute. (review of lecture also) Dallas Country Club, Dallas, Texas.
Folder 1985: July 26-29: Mythcon XVIAdd to your cart.
Bound volume of proceedings from 16th annual Mythcon, held at Wheaton College. Stored with book collection.
Folder 1983: October 7-9: Windycon XAdd to your cart.
Windycon X, celebrating J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, and Owen Barfield, at the Arlington Park Hilton, Arlington Park, Illinois (promotional material and program schedule)
Folder 1976: November 10-12: Public Lecture Series by Clyde Kilby on C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien FantasyAdd to your cart.
Public Lecture Series by Clyde Kilby on C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien Fantasy, sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Society of Princeton University. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. (2 brochures)
Series 3: Owen BarfieldAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 2016: November 7: "Owen Barfield: Knowledge, Poetry & Consciousness" a lecture by Dr. GuiteAdd to your cart.
“Owen Barfield: Knowledge, Poetry & Consciousness” a lecture by Dr. Malcolm Guite presented by The Temenos Academy, London. (1 flyer)
Folder 2010: March 25: "Owen Barfield: The Rose on the Ash Heap," a dramatization and lecturesAdd to your cart.
“Owen Barfield: The Rose on the Ash Heap,” a dramatization with harp music at St. Ethelburga’s, London, England and lectures. (1 website information printout).
Folder 2009: March 27-29: "Owen Barfield and the Redemption of the Western Mind. " ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“Owen Barfield and the Redemption of the Western Mind.” Conference held in Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland (1 information sheet).
Folder 1998: December4-5: Centennial Celebration of Owen Barfield: Scholar, Poet, TeacherAdd to your cart.
Centennial Celebration of Owen Barfield: Scholar, Poet, Teacher; at Columbia University, New York and Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (1 brochure).
Series 4: G.K. ChestertonAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 2018Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 24: "What's Wrong with the World?" 2018 Louisiana Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
1 print out of online advertisement for the conference. 2pp.
Item 2: August 2-4: 37th Annual American Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
"The Test of the Imagination" Conference in Orlando, FL. 2 copies of conference schedule.
Item 3: November 5/7: The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture EventsAdd to your cart.
November 5th: Reading of Chesteron's "The Sign of the Broken Sword"; November 7th: "An Evening of Poetry with Micheal O'Siadhail." Seton Hall University. 2 copies.
Folder 2017Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 27-29: "36th Annual G.K. Chesteron Conference: The Tyranny of the Learned"Add to your cart.
American Chesterton Society, held at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. (1 Information Packet)
Item 2: October 9-11: "2017 Chesterton Conference Series in Poland: Chesterton & The Advancement of Humanity"Add to your cart.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture at Seton Hall University in Colaboration with The Faculty of Law of The University of Warsaw, The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow, and The Piotra Skargi Institute.
Item 3: November 2: "G.K Chesterton: Prophetic Voice in the Public Square"Add to your cart.
Featuring Ian Boyd. The Joan and Bill Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage at Loyola University Chicago.
Item 4: November 6: "Catholic Life in Literature Series with Dr. Jim McGlone: The Hammer of God"Add to your cart.
Reading of Chesterton's The Hammer of God. Catholic Studies & The Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction (PIPE) at Seton Hall University.
Folder 2016Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 23: "80 Years After His Death; The Relevance of G.K. Chesteron: His thought and work" by Ian BoydAdd to your cart.
“80 Years After His Death; The Relevance of G.K. Chesterton: His thought and work” by Ian Boyd, presented by The Department of Catholic Studies & The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University (1 Flyer)
Item 2: April 2: "Chesterton's Canada: Landscape & Legend"Add to your cart.
“Chesterton’s Canada: Landscape & Legend” hosted by the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University. (2 Flyers)
Item 3: June 10: "Chesterton & Eugenics--the Challenge of our Time"Add to your cart.
“Chesterton & Eugenics—the Challenge of our Time” hosted by the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University, New Jersey. (1 Flyer)
Item 4: August 4-6: "The 35th Annual Chesterton Conference"Add to your cart.
“The 35th Annual Chesterton Conference” American Chesterton Society, held at Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania. (1 Flyer, 1 Schedule)
Folder 2015Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 25: "The Lord's Jester: Re-discovering St. Francis of Assisi through the eyes of G.K. Chesterton" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“The Lord’s Jester: Re-discovering St. Francis of Assisi through the eyes of G.K. Chesterton” conference in New York hosted by The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University. (2 flyers)
Item 2: May 8-June 13: "The Surprise", a play by G.K. Chesterton, presented by The Storm TheatreAdd to your cart.
“The Surprise”, a play by G.K. Chesterton, presented by The Storm Theatre and G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture. Seton Hall University, New York. (1 Flyer, 1 email)
Item 3: May 23: G.K. Chesterton Library event at The Parish Centre at Oxford OratoryAdd to your cart.
G.K. Chesterton Library event including a dramatic reading of the debate between G.K. Chesterton and George Bernard Shaw, chaired by Hilaire Belloc, 1928. Hosted in The Parish Centre at Oxford Oratory, Oxford, England. (1 Invitation)
Item 4: October 15: "G.K. Chesterton, Pensamiento Siempre Vigente"Add to your cart.
“G.K. Chesterton, Pensamiento Siempre Vigente” presented by Red Cultural Universidad Finis Terrae and Center for Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University - G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture (1 Flyer)
Folder 2014Add to your cart.
Item 1: September 18: "'Forty Years of the Chesterton Institute' and 'The Importance of G.K. Chesterton in the World of Today.'"Add to your cart.
Press release and flyer about upcoming conference in the McGill University in Montreal, topic: “‘Forty Years of the Chesterton Institute’ and ‘The Importance of G.K. Chesterton in the World of Today.’”
Item 2: "G.K. Chesterton, Distributism & Poland" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
2 stapled flyers: “G.K. Chesterton, Distributism & Poland” conference series in Warsaw and Krakow.
Folder 2012: September 8-October 28: "Shaw vs. Chesterton: The Debate" presented by Provision TheaterAdd to your cart.
“Shaw vs. Chesterton: The Debate” presented by Provision Theater, Chicago, IL (1 program, 1 brochure, 1 postcard, 3 flyers).
Folder 2011: Fall/Winter 2011: The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture newsletterAdd to your cart.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University newsletter with program listing (1 newsletter).
Folder 2010: June 11-12: "A Centenary Celebration of G.K. Chesterton's Book What's Wrong with the World"Add to your cart.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture and the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal present “A Centenary Celebration of G.K. Chesterton’s Book What’s Wrong with the World at Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, Mecosta, Minnesota (1 flyer).
Folder 2009Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 4: "The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton"Add to your cart.
“The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton,” One Day Conference in Oxford by the Chesterton Society, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Item 2: July 11: "A Dstributist View of the Global Economic Crisis" International ConferenceAdd to your cart.
G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture International Conference, “A Distributist View of the Global Economic Crisis,” at St. Benet’s Hall, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Item 3: August 29-30: "The Surprise" presented by The Bird and Baby Theater CompanyAdd to your cart.
The Bird and Baby Theater Company presents “The Surprise” by G.K. Chesterton at Big Rock, IL (2 programs, 2 flyers)
Item 4: October 15-November 21: "The Man Who Was Thursday," a play by Bilal DardaiAdd to your cart.
“The Man Who Was Thursday,” a play by Bilal Dardai performed at New Leaf Theater in Chicago, IL (1 program, 1 ticket stub).
Folder 2008Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 17-31: "The Art of G.K. Chesterton"Add to your cart.
“The Art of G.K. Chesterton,” Art Jericho and Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, Oxford, England (1 booklet).
Item 2: June 12-14: The 27th Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference "Orthodoxy Centennial"Add to your cart.
The 27th Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference “Orthodoxy Centennial,” University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (2 brochures).
Folder 2006: June 15-17: 25th G.K. Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
25th G.K. Chesterton Conference, including “The Surprise” a play by G.K. Chesterton (on June 16), at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (1 brochure, 1 play program, 1 flyer)
Folder 2003Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 4-6: "Of Wonder and Welcome" 2003 G.K. Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“Of Wonder and Welcome,” 2003 G.K. Chesterton Conference, Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky (1 brochure).
Item 2: April 10: "An Evening With G.K. Chesterton"Add to your cart.
“An Evening With G.K. Chesterton,” Christ the Teacher University Parish and Newman Catholic Student Center, DeKalb, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 3: June 12-14: "A Chesterton Aeneid: The 22nd Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference"Add to your cart.
A Chesterton Aeneid: The 22nd Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference”; Hosted by the University of St. Thomas.
Folder 2001Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 21-23: "2001: A Chesterton Odyssey," 20th Annual G.K. Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“2001: A Chesterton Odyssey,” 20th Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference, University of ST. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (1 brochure, 1 flyer).
Item 2: September 14-16: "Chesterton's Ireland Then and Now - A Call for Re-Evangelization"Add to your cart.
“Chesterton’s Ireland Then and Now-A Call for Re-Evangelization,” Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Ireland. (canceled because of 9/11 attacks) (1 program, 1 advertisement for The Chesterton Review enclosed).
Folder 2000: June 15-17: 19th Annual G.K. Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
19th Annual G.K. Chesterton Conference, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (1 brochure, 1 flyer).
Folder 1999Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 10-12: 18th Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
18th Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (1 brochure, 1 flyer)
Item 2: October 8-10: "The Light Within" New Age and Christian Spirituality ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“The Light Within” New Age and Christian Spirituality, A conference sponsored by the Chesterton Institute and the University of St. Thomas in Houston (1 program, 1 donation form, 1 registration form).
Folder 1998: June 11-13: 17th Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
17th Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 registration form).
Folder 1997Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 26-28: 16th Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
16th Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 registration form).
Item 2: June 26-28: Prophet of Sanity: The Christian Humanism of G.K. ChestertonAdd to your cart.
Prophet of Sanity: The Christian Humanism of G.K. Chesterton (1 program)
Folder 1996Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 23: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Heretics Chapters 10 and 11Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of the Livingston’s.  Topic: Heretics ch. 10 and 11 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 2: April 26: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Heretics Chapters 14 and 15Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of Ann Stull. Topic: Heretics ch. 14 and 15 * mentions meeting on June 7 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 3: June 27-29: 15th Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
15th Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 registration form, 1 brochure for John C. Chalberg’s GKC impersonation)
Item 4: July 26: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Heretics ch 18 and 19Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the rectory of St. Alexander’s Church Topic: Heretics ch. 18 and 19 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Folder 1995Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 27: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Orthodoxy Chapter 5Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society (canceled for bad weather), 7:30 PM, at Niles College. Topic: Orthodoxy ch. 5 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 2: February 24: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Orthodoxy Chapter 5Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at St. Peter’s Church.  Topic: Orthodoxy ch. 5 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 3: March 31: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Orthodoxy Chapter 6Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of Ann Stull. Topic: Orthodoxy ch. 6 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 4: April 28: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Orthodoxy Chapter 7Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at St. Alexander’s Church. Topic: Orthodoxy ch. 7 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 5: June 8-10: Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 registration form)
Item 6: October 27: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Heretics ch. 3 and 4Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the rectory of St. Alexander’s Church. Topic: Heretics ch. 3 and 4 (1 letter, 1 discussion questions)
Item 7: November 17: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Heretics Chapters 5 and 6Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at St. Peter’s Church. Topic: Heretics ch. 5 and 6 (1 letter with discussion questions)
Item 8: December 8: Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas PartyAdd to your cart.
Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas Party, at the home of Ann Stull (1 letter).
Folder 1994Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 28: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: The Quick One and The Crime of CommunistAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the rectory of St. Peter’s Church. Topic: The Quick One and The Crime of the Communist (1 letter)
Item 2: February 25: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: The Point of a Pin and The Pursuit of Mr. BlueAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of Ann Stull, Topic: The Point of a Pin and The Pursuit of Mr. Blue (1 letter)
Item 3: March 25: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of the Livingston’s, Topic: see and discuss Father Brown video (1 letter)
Item 4: May 27: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at St. Peter’s Church (1 letter)
Item 5: June 9-11: Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 letter, 1 registration form).
Item 6: August 26: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of Joe Theriault (1 letter)
Item 7: September 16-18: The Chesterton Review 20th Anniversary ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Chesterton Review 20th Anniversary Conference, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, Ontario. (2 programs, 1 registration form)
Item 8: September 30: Meeting of the Midwest Chesteton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at Niles College (2 letters)
Item 9: October 30: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: Orthodoxy ch. 1 and 2Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM.  Topic: Orthodoxy ch. 1 and 2 (1 discussion questions)
Item 10: December 2-3: "Socialism, Sex and Salvation," a debate between G.K. Chesterton and George Bernard ShawAdd to your cart.
“Socialism, Sex and Salvation,” a debate between G.K. Chesterton and George Bernard Shaw, 8:00 PM, Catholic University, Hartke Theater (1 flyer)
Item 11: December 16: Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas PartyAdd to your cart.
Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas Party, 6:30 PM, at the home of Ann Stull (1 letter, 2 pp of GKC poems).
Folder 1993Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 10-12: Annual Midwest Chesterton ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Annual Midwest Chesterton Conference, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2 brochures, 1 registration form, 1 letter).
Item 2: August 17: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: The Perishing of Pendragon and The Man in the PassageAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at St. Peter’s Church. Topic: The Perishing of Pendragon and The Man in the Passage (1 letter)
Item 3: September: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, n.d., at Ann Stull’s apartment to discuss “The Sins of Prince Saradine,” The Sign of the Broken Sword,” and “The Insoluble Problem” (1 letter).
Item 4: October 29: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: The Scandal of Father Brown and The Blast of the BookAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the library of Niles College. Topic: The Scandal of Father Brown and The Blast of the Book (1 informational letter)
Item 5: November 19: Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society: The Green Man and The Salad of Colonel CrayAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Midwest Chesterton Society, 7:30 PM, at the home of Joe Theriault. Topic: The Green Man and The Salad of Colonel Cray (1 letter)
Item 6: December 11: Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas PartyAdd to your cart.
Midwest Chesterton Society Annual Christmas Party, 6:00 PM, at the home of Alzina Stone Dale (1 letter).
Folder 1992Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 11-13: Annual Summer Conference of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Annual Summer Conference of the Midwest Chesterton Society, Archbishop Cousins Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer).
Item 2: December 10-January 9, 1993: "Father Brown and the Poppyland Mystery"Add to your cart.
Pamphlet/ticket ordering information: “Father Brown and the Poppyland Mystery” Eastern Angles Theatre Company, Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich.
Folder 1991Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 13-15: Annual Summer Conference of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
Annual Summer Conference of the Midwest Chesterton Society, Archbishop Cousins Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2 brochures, 1 registration form, 2 flyers).
Item 2: September 20-21: "The Chesterton Tradition in Modern Journalism" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
St. Michael’s College and the G.K. Chesterton Society Conference “The Chesterton Tradition in Modern Journalism,” University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, Ontario. (2 brochures)
Folder 1989: June 14-16: 10th Annual Conference of the Midwest Chesterton SocietyAdd to your cart.
10th Annual Conference of the Midwest Chesterton Society, Archbishop Cousins Meeting Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 flyer).
Folder 1987Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 25-27: "Magic" Seattle Pacific University ProductionAdd to your cart.
Copy of flyer with cast and production staff: “Magic” E.E. Bach Theatre, McKinley Hall, Seattle Pacific University.
Item 2: October 29-31: "Magic" Seattle Pacific University ProdcutionAdd to your cart.
Copy of flyer with cast and video ordering information: “Magic” E.E. Bach Theatre, McKinley Hall, Seattle Pacific University.
Folder 1985: November 4: Invitation for "G.K. Chesterton 1874-1936: Artist and Writer"Add to your cart.
Invitation for "G.K. Chesterton 1874-1936: Artist and Writer" in the Art Gallery, St. Paul's School, London.
Folder 1983: March 16-19: Program: "GKC: THe Wit and Wisdom of G.K. Chesterton" performanceAdd to your cart.
Program: “GKC: The Wit and Wisdom of G.K. Chesterton” actor: Tony van Bridge, at Hart House Theatre in Toronto, Ontario
Folder 1980Add to your cart.
Item 1: November 14-15: Program for "A Chesterton Celebration 1930-1980" at University of Notre Dame.Add to your cart.
Program: “A Chesterton Celebration 1930-1980” at Memorial Library Auditorium and the Snite Museum of Art Auditorium, University of Notre Dame.
Item 2: November 19-21: A G.K. Chesterton Celebration at the Otto A. Shults CenterAdd to your cart.
A G.K. Chesterton Celebration at Otto A. Shults Center at Nazareth College of Rochester, New York (1 program).
Folder 1979: March 30:  "Chesterton and the Uses of Wealth"Add to your cart.
"Chesterton and the Uses of Wealth,” G.K. Chesterton Conference, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto (1 program).
Folder 1974Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 1-22:  G.K. Chesterton Centenary Celebrations flyer at Sedgley Park CollegeAdd to your cart.
G.K. Chesterton Centenary Celebrations flyer with short bio and Chesterton timeline, publications by and about Chesterton. Sedgley Park College.
Item 2: May 13: "G.K. Chesterton 1874-1936 Centenary Exhibition" InvitiationAdd to your cart.
Invitation for Patrick Cahill, “G.K. Chesterton 1874-1936 Centenary Exhibition”.
Folder 1970s: "Magic" partial program, performed by Adeline Genée TheatreAdd to your cart.
A copy of part of a program for the Adeline Genée Theatre’s production of “Magic”.
Series 5: C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 2019Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 21-22: "More Than the Wardrobe" Collection DebutAdd to your cart.
Email announcement for the Mercer University Library (Macon, GA) debut of Rev. Perry C. Bramlett's work and papers collection.  1p.
Item 2: October 18-20: 50th Anniversary of The New York C.S. Lewis Society Weekend SymposiumAdd to your cart.
Announcement for the The New York C.S. Lewis Society Weekend Symposium in New York. 1p.
Folder 2018Add to your cart.
Item 1: April-October: The Magicians Nephew playbillAdd to your cart.
Play adapted by Michael O'Brien. Shaw Festival, Toronto, Canada.
Item 2: May 31-June 3: "The Faithful Imagination." 11th Biennual Lewis and Friends ColloquiumAdd to your cart.
Held jointly with annual meeting of the C.S. Lewis and Inklings Society. Taylor University. 11th Frances White Ewbank Colloquium. Sponsored by The Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis & Friends. (1 Announcement and Call For Papers)
Item 3: June 10-23: C.S. Lewis Tour to Nothern Ireland and EnglandAdd to your cart.
A trip description, pricing, and registration form for a C.S. Lewis tour with The Travel Connection led by Ken Boa. 3pp.
Item 4: July 14-20, 22-28: "The Enduring Legacy of C.S. Lewis" with Rev. Earl PalmerAdd to your cart.
Email and online advertisement for C.S. Lewis Summer Seminars. Two sections: July 14-20, and July 22-28. C.S. Lewis Foundation. 3pp.
Item 5: September-November: 16th Annual C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
2 mail advertisements for the 2018 C.S. Lewis Festival in Petoskey, MI. 2pp.
Item 6: October 20-21: The Space in Between balletAdd to your cart.
A poster and 2 fliers for The Space in Between at Athenaeum Theater in Chicago, IL. Adapted by Julianna Rubio Slager from C.S. Lewis's The Great Divorce. 3pp.
Folder 2017Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 9:  "An Evening with C.S. Lewis: My Life's Journey"Add to your cart.
AM 1160 presents “An Evening with C.S. Lewis: My Life’s Journey” with David Payne. Wheaton, IL. (2 posters and 1 flyer)
Item 2: June 24-July 2: Tour of C.S. Lewis's Belfast & Oxford.Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute. (1 email advertisement)
Item 3: July 24-August 3: "Irrigating Deserts & Cultivating Gardens: Pursuing Calling with Purpose & Hope"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis “Oxbridge” Summer Institute: “Irrigating Deserts & Cultivating Gardens: Pursuing Calling with Purpose & Hope.” Oxford and Cambridge, England. (1 info packet)
Item 4: September 11-November 7: "C.S. Lewis Festival 2017: The Magic Never Ends"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Festival. (2 mailed flyers, one email announcement, 1 poster)
Item 5: October 17-January 7: "Shadowlands"Add to your cart.
Willaim Nicholson's Shadowlands about C.S. Lewis and Joy Davidman on Broadway. Director Christa Scott-Reed. (1 blog post announcement on narniaweb.com  Posted August 3, 2017.)
Folder 2016Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 8-10: "Faith, Freedom & the Public Square" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer Conference: “Faith, Freedom, & the Public Square” hosted at Hotel UMass, Amherst, Massachusetts. (1 email, 1 website printout)
Item 2: July 22-August 14: C.S. Lewis Onstage: "The Most Reluctant Convert"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Onstage: “The Most Reluctant Convert” with Max McLean at the Mercury Theater, Chicago. (2 cards, 1 poster)
Item 3: September 12-November 14: 14th annual C.S. Lewis Festival "The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
14th annual C.S. Lewis Festival: “The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis” Petoskey, MI. (1 email)
Item 4: September 30: "Freud's Last Session" performanceAdd to your cart.
“Freud’s Last Session” performance at The Upper House in Madison, WI. (1 flyer)
Item 5: November 20-January 16: Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"Add to your cart.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company presents “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”. (1 Playbill)
Item 6: December 12, 14, 20, 21 & February 18-21: C.S. Lewis Onstage: "The Most Reluctant Convert"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Onstage: “The Most Reluctant Convert” with Max McLean at the Fellowship for Performing Arts, New York. (1 flyer, 1 playbill)
Folder 2015Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 12-April 19: "An Evening with C.S. Lewis" performed by Metropolis Performing Arts CenterAdd to your cart.
Metropolis Performing Arts Center Presents “An Evening with C.S. Lewis” Arlington Heights, IL. (3 flyers and 1 playbill)
Item 2: May 30: Belfast Philharmonix Choir presents "The Seven Heavens"Add to your cart.
Belfast Philharmonic Choir presents “The Seven Heavens” 140th Anniversary Gala Concert, Belfast, England. (1 pamphlet and 1 email)
Item 3: September 22-November 4: 13th annual C.S. Lewis Festival: "C.S. Lewis and War"Add to your cart.
13th annual C.S. Lewis Festival: "C.S. Lewis and War" Petoskey, MI. (3 flyers, 1 mailer)
Item 4: October 9: "C.S. Lewis and the Uses and Abuses of the Imagination"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Institute presents “C.S. Lewis and the Uses and Abuses of the Imagination,” by Jerry Root, Clarendon Hills, IL. (2 flyers)
Item 5: October 30-November 1: "The C.S. Lewis Retreat 2015: A Retreat for Readers, Writers, and Mere Christians"Add to your cart.
“The C.S. Lewis Retreat 2015: A Retreat for Readers, Writers, and Mere Christians,” “Of This and Other Worlds: C.S. Lewis and the Call of Deep Heaven” in Northfield, MA. (3 flyers, 1 email)
Item 6: November 7: "The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe" Moody Radio and David Payne presentationAdd to your cart.
Moody Radio and David Payne Drama present “The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe” at McAninch Arts Center. (2 flyers and 1 card)
Item 7: December 12: "C.S. Lewis Fellows Christmas Tea"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Institute presents: Fellows Network Event “C.S. Lewis Fellows Christmas Tea”. (1 email)
Folder 2014Add to your cart.
Item 1: February: "The Great Divorce" at the Fellowship for the Performing ArtsAdd to your cart.
3 pages of information about the play “The Great Divorce” at the Fellowship for the Performing Arts
Item 2: March 28-29: C.S. Lewis Onstage: "The Great Divorce"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis On Stage: The Great Divorce at the McAninch Arts Center Glen Ellyn, IL. (1 brochure and 1 program).
Item 3: May 29-June 1: "9th Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends"Add to your cart.
Poster: “9th Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends” at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. Featured Speakers include Dr. Michael Ward, Dr. Bruce Edwards, and Dr. Rick Hill.
Item 4: June 22-27: "Surprised by Joy: Christian Themes in C.S. Lewis's Writings"Add to your cart.
Wycliffe Hall Summer School, “Surprised by Joy: Christian Themes in C.S. Lewis’s Writings,” Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University (1 brochure).
Item 5: July 27-August 31: The C.S. Lewis Institute-Chicago Summer Series "Bright Shadows: C.S. Lewis on the Imagination for Theology and Discipleship"Add to your cart.
Flyers: The C.S. Lewis Institute-Chicago Summer Series: Lectures 1-4 at The Moody Church, Lasalle St., Chicago, IL. Speakers: Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Marjorie Lamp Mead. Dr. Jerry Root, Dr. Wayne Martindale. "Bright Shadows: C.S. Lewis on the Imagination for Theology and Discipleship"
Item 6: September 6-October 9: "C.S. Lewis Onstage" Back by Popular Demand.Add to your cart.
Leaflet: Back by Popular Demand, “C.S. Lewis On Stage” at the Provision Theater, actor: Brad Armacost
Item 7: October 23-November 24: 12th Annual C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
12th Annual C.S. Lewis Festival. Petoskey, Michigan. 1 Flyer, 2 Posters
Item 8: November 6-7: The Second International Interdisciplinary Symposium: C.S. Lewis Life and LegacyAdd to your cart.
Flyer: The Second International Interdisciplinary Symposium: C.S. Lewis Life and Legacy, at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi, Romania.
Item 9: November 7-8, 12-15: "Till We Have Faces" PlayAdd to your cart.
Play: “Till We Have Faces” at the Arena Theater, Wheaton College, adapted by Deanna Jent, Script written in March 2011 (2 programs, 1 poster, 1 script)
Item 10: November 14: "Arena Theater sets the bar high" articleAdd to your cart.
Article from the Wheaton Record, Issue 12, Vol 140. “Arena Theater sets the bar high” by Jillian Hedges.  Email from Deanna Jent to Laura Schmidt about script permissions
Folder 2013aAdd to your cart.
Item 1: April 13: "C.S. Lewis and the Divine Presence: Living the Mystery of the Indwelling God"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis and the Divine Presence: Living the Mystery of the Indwelling God,” Hill Country Institute, Laurie Auditorium, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas (2 flyers).
Item 2: September 19-22: "Holy Trinity and C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Web Page: “Holy Trinity and C.S. Lewis” information on the church, a conference took place at the church called “The C.S. Lewis Jubilee Festival.” Sound recordings from the conference are in the Wade Center Sound Recording Collection, Call Numbers; CSL-Y / SR-544-550.
Item 3: September 27-29: Desiring God 2013 National Conference: "The Romantic Rationalist: God, Life and Imagination in the Work of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Desiring God 2013 National Conference, “The Romantic Rationalist: God, Life and Imagination in the Work of C.S. Lewis,” Minneapolis, Minnesota (2 programs).
Item 4: October 2: "C.S. Lewis on Stage" at Pepperdine UniversityAdd to your cart.

Poster: “C.S. Lewis on Stage” by Tom Key. Presented by the Pepperdine University Center for Faith and Learning at Smothers Theatre.

Poster: C S Lewis Club Convo Book Groups, Sponsored by the Center for Faith and Learning

Item 5: October 3-November 25: C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
Flyer: C.S. Lewis Festival. Petoskey, Michigan.
Folder 2013bAdd to your cart.
Item 1: October 22-November 22: Dedication of C.S. Lewis in Poets' CornerAdd to your cart.

Dedication of C.S. Lewis in Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey, London.

-1 prayer card

-2 stapled pages of public events

-2 Symposium lecture outlines: “Telling the Truth through Rational Argument: C.S. Lewis on the Reasonableness of Christian Faith” by Alister McGrath and “C.S. Lewis: Apologetics and the Poetic Imagination” by Malcolm Guite

-List of Symposium speakers

-flyer to raise money for the event

-Stewards’ copy of ceremonial notes

-photographs of: dedication ceremony, stone dedicated, and printed photograph of stone dedicated, along with a postcard from Michael Ward to Marj Mead (photos digitized)

-article about dedication from the Westminster Abbey website along with 4 pages printed photos

-event flyer

-article: “A Report from the CS Lewis Memorial Service” by Holly Ordway from christianthought.hbu.edu.

-4 memorial service programs, including: ticket for Dr. Philip Ryken for the North Stalls, 2 tickets to the Jerusalem Chamber Reception, 2 tickets for reserved seating in the C S Lewis Symposium, invitation for Dr. Philip Ryken to a Service to dedicate a Memorial to C S Lewis

See also: Wade Article File for related articles on Poets’ Corner event and Wade Video Collection for CSL Symposium Talks, call numbers: CSL-Y / VR-81-83.

Item 2: November 21-22: "C.S. Lewis in Poets' Corner" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis in Poets’ Corner,” Westminster Abbey, 2-day conference that culminates in the unveiling of CSL Memorial in Poets’ Corner (1 internet print-out, 1 flyer).
Item 3: November 22-23: 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis' Death Russian posterAdd to your cart.
Russian event remembering the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’ Death. (1 poster)
Item 4: November 23: "Lewis as Critic" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“Lewis as Critic”: A conference commemorating the 50th Anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death. Magdalene College, Cambridge, England. Included: conference folder: Inserts on Magdalene College, leaflet: Celebrating CS Lewis 50 Years: list of local events, pamphlet: “C.S. Lewis at Magdalen”: information on C.S. Lewis’ time at Magdalen College, Oxford, 2 stapled pages of information about the conference, conference schedule, handout from Helen Cooper’s talk “C.S. Lewis as Medievalist”, Bookstore flyer and coupon.
Folder 2013c: January 19, 2012-October 7, 2013: C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone Miscellaneous Correspondence Folder 1Add to your cart.

The first of  eight folders of email correspondence between Michael Ward and others related to the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone in Westminster Abbey and the publication of the services.  First page is the email from Michael Ward outlining purpose and permissions of this series of correspondence. Emails are also stored digitally on the network.

Contains correspondence from: Melvin Adams, Linda Bree, Helen Cooper, Sharon Dirckx, Malcolm Guite, Mindy Henson, Steven Krause, Camilla Leask, Martha Linder, Alister McGrath, Holly Ordway, Ryan Pemberton, Chris and Gaye Pitt, Andrew Preston, and Tom Price.

Folder 2013d: October 8, 2013-April 22, 2016: C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone Miscellaneous Correspondence Folder 2Add to your cart.

Contains correspondence between Michael Ward and other regarding the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone and the publication of the services.

Contains correspondence with: David Baird, Robin Baker, Alison Chown, James Conlee (C.S. Lewis Daily), Helen Cooper, William Lane Craig, Fr. Andrew Cuneo, Chris Holmwood, Walter Hooper, Jason Lepojärvi, Gregory Lippiatt, Aine McLoughlin, Rod Miller, Holly Ordway, Michael Ramsden, Karen Scheumack, Jeanette Sears, Ian Smith, Lee Wells, Peter Williams, Judith Wolfe, and Dennis [?].

Folder 2013e: November 18, 2012-January 24, 2014: Correspondence with Members of Westminster AbbeyAdd to your cart.

Contains correspondence between Michael Ward and members of Westminster Abbey regarding the C.S Lewis Memorial Stone and the publication of the services.

Contains correspondence with: Matthew Arnoldi (Head of Protocol at Westminster Abbey), Catherine Butler, Tessa Everington, Ian Golding, John Hall (Dean of Westminster Abbey), Valerie Humphrey (Director of the Westminster Abbey Foundation), Stephen Lamport (Receiver General and Chapter Clerk of Westminster), Eleanor Lovegrove (Press and Communications Officer at Westminster Abbey), James O'Donnell (Organist and Master of the Choristers of Westminster Abbey), VIctoria Ribbans (Deputy Head of Communications at Westminster Abbey), Julia Savage, Non Vaughan-O'Hagan, and "Westminster Abbey Institute."

Folder 2013f: July 4-November 20, 2013: Correspondence with Alison ChownAdd to your cart.
Correspondence with Michael Ward and Alison Chown regarding the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone and its services.
Folder 2013g: January 28-December 9, 2013: Correspondence with Ptolemy DeanAdd to your cart.
Correspondence between Michael Ware and Ptolemy Dean, the architect whose company created the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone.
Folder 2013h: September 6, 2012-December 16, 2013: Correspondence with Claire Foster-GilbertAdd to your cart.
Contains correspondence between Michael Ward and Claire Foster-Gilbert, Director of the Westminster Abbey Institute, regarding the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone and its services.
Folder 2013i: June 7-December 9, 2013: Correspondence with James HawkeyAdd to your cart.
Correspondence between Michael Ward and James Hawkey, the Dean of Clare College, regarding the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone and its services.
Folder 2013j: January 3, 2012-April 2, 2014: Correspondence with Vernon WhiteAdd to your cart.
Correspondence between Michael Ward and Vernon White, the Reverend Professor and Sub-Dean and Canon of Westminster, regarding the C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone, its services, and the publication afterwards.  Contains the correspondence that began the overall project.
Folder 2013k: C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone DesignAdd to your cart.
The sketched design of the final C.S. Lewis Memorial Stone in Westminster Abbey. Stored in General Oversize drawer of the Fragile Storage Art Cabinet.
Folder 2012Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 14-November 11: "Freud's Last Session"Add to your cart.
“Freud’s Last Session” by Mark St. German performed at Mercury Theater in Chicago, IL (1 ticket, 2 programs, and 1 autographed script).
Item 2: March 16-18: "The Screwtape Letters" performanceAdd to your cart.
“The Screwtape Letters” performed at McAnich Arts Center at College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL (2 flyers, 2 programs).
Item 3: October 18-20: The Ten Books that Most Influenced C.S. Lewis ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Ten Books that Most Influenced C.S. Lewis Conference, sponsored by The C.S. Lewis Society of Madison and The Bradshaw-Knight Foundation in Madison, WI (1 schedule).
Item 4: October 26-November 16: The C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Festival – Petoskey, MI, featured speakers Mickey Maudlin, Chris Mitchell, Sarah Arthur, and Peter Schakel (1 poster).
Folder 2011Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 9-19: "The Magician's Nephew" performanceAdd to your cart.
The Bird and the Baby Theatre Company presents “The Magician’s Nephew,” at the Old White Chapel Theatre on the campus of Wheaton Academy (2 posters – stored in poster collection).
Item 2: February 22: Worldview on "C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Worldview: Learn how to identify the worldview of artists and why it matters. “C.S. Lewis” taught by Chris Mitchell (1 flyer).
Item 3: June 18: "Music and the Life of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Summer Concert “Music and the Life of C.S. Lewis” at Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry, Oxford, England (1 poster, 1 program).
Item 4: July 2-8 and July 10-16: Summer Seminars-in-Residence at "The Kilns"Add to your cart.
Summer Seminars-in-Residence at “The Kilns” presents A One-of-a-Kind Small Group Experience in C.S. Lewis’ Home in Oxford, England (1 website post).
Item 5: July 26-August 3: "Paradigms of Hope: Transcending Chaos and Transforming Culture"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Oxbridge, “Paradigms of Hope: Transcending Chaos and Transforming Culture” at Oxford and Cambridge (1 website post, 1 flyer).
Item 6: September 30-October 1: "C.S. Lewis: Lay Ministry of a Mere Christian"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: Lay Ministry of a Mere Christian” by Chris Mitchell at Eastridge Church, Clackamas, OR (1 flyer).
Item 7: October 17-November 21: "The Magician's Nephew: Let the Adventure Begin" at the C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Festival presents “The Magician’s Nephew: Let the Adventure Begin” at Petosky, MI (1 brochure, 2 flyers, 2 posters, 1 article).
Folder 2010Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 10-16, 18-24, and 31-August 6: The C.S. Lewis Foundation presents Summer Seminars-in-Residence at "The Kilns"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Foundation presents Summer Seminars-in-Residence at “The Kilns,” Oxford, England (1 website post).
Item 2: July 11-17, 18-24, and 25-31: Vacation with a Purpose 2010 at C.S. Lewis CollegeAdd to your cart.
Vacation with a Purpose 2010 at C.S. Lewis College, Northfield, MA (1 website post).
Item 3: July 14-17: "Friends for the Journey" at KindlingsFestAdd to your cart.
KindlingsFest, "Friends for the Journey" in Orcas Island, Washington (1 article).
Item 4: September 17-October 9: "Shadowlands" performanceAdd to your cart.
“Shadowlands” presented by Overshadowed Theatrical Productions, Itasca, IL (2 tickets, 2 postcards, 1 program, 1 poster).
Item 5: October 7-November 22: C.S. Lewis Festival: "Lewis & Tolkien: The Story Behind the Phenomenon"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Festival Presents "Lewis & Tolkien: The Story Behind the Phenomenon" in Petosky, MI (1 letter, 1 poster).
Item 6: October 9-January 5: The Chronicles of Narnia ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
The Chronicles of Narnia – The Exhibition at U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL (1 flyer).
Item 7: October 29-31: "The Weight of Glory: Reflections on Longing & Belonging" RetreatAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation Southwest regional Retreat, "The Weight of Glory: Reflections on Longing & Belonging" at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 website post)
Folder 2009Add to your cart.
Item 1: November 26 '08-January 17 '09: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe performanceAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe presented by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre (1 program).
Item 2: January 17: "Up Through the Lion Gate"Add to your cart.
“Up Through the Lion Gate,” Meeting of the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society (1 schedule).
Item 3: March 18: "Mere Christians"Add to your cart.
The Toronto C.S. Lewis Society presents “Mere Christians” at Asbury and West United Church, Toronto, Canada (1 flyer).
Item 4: March 26-28: C.S. Lewis and Inklings Society's 12th Annuals Conferenece "Inklings: Dinosaurs or Contemporaries?"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis and Inklings Society’s 12th Annual Conference, “Inklings: Dinosaurs or Contemporaries?” held at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1 flyer, 1 email).
Item 5: Spring: Panel Celebrating the 110th birthday of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Trinity University Alumni Journal, Panel Celebrating the 110th birthday of C.S. Lewis at the Mercury Theatre following a performance of The Screwtape Letters by Max Mclean (1 article).
Item 6: May 13: "The Mystical Lewis" papers presented by the Toronto C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
The Toronto C.S. Lewis Society presents “The Mystical Lewis,” papers presented by Claire Alexander, Dr. Roland Kawano, Margaret Sharpe, and Wayne Willoughby (1 schedule).
Item 7: May 30-June 9: C.S. Lewis 2009 TourAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis 2009 Tour sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Society (1 info packet).
Item 8: June 25-26: "Perelandra the Opera"Add to your cart.
The Oxford C.S. Lewis Society is proud to present “Perelandra the Opera”, Music by Don Swann, Libretto by David Marsh. (2 Flyers) See Donald Swann Archive for more related materials.
Item 9: July 11-17, 19-25, and August 1-7:  C.S. Lewis Foundation presents Summer Seminars-in-Residence at "The Kilns": "Lewis Remembered: Visits with Friends of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation presents Summer Seminars-in-Residence at “The Kilns,” “Lewis Remembered: Visits with Friends of C.S. Lewis” in Oxford, England (1 email).
Item 10: July 21-24: The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society presents "C.S. Lewis on the Vital Signs of the Christian Life"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society presents “C.S. Lewis on the Vital Signs of the Christian Life,” held at the Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center, Sierra Madra, California (1 flyer).
Item 11: Summer: Program for the Bay View AssociationAdd to your cart.
Program (brochure) for the Bay View Association in Auburn Hills, MI. Lists Lewis-related talks by Christopher W. Mitchell.
Item 12: August 7-9: The New York C.S. Lewis Society presents "All Things Considered"Add to your cart.
The New York C.S. Lewis Society presents “All Things Considered,” a weekend symposium in Queens, New York (1 flyer, 1 registration form, 1 program).
Item 13: October 1-Novemer 23: C.S. Lewis Festival: "C.S Lewis and Friends: Exploring the Life and Works of the Man Who Created Narnia"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Festival, “C.S. Lewis and Friends: Exploring the Life and Works of the Man Who Created Narnia” at Petoskey, MI (1 poster, 2 articles).
Item 14: October 30-November 1: C.S Lewis Southwest regional Retreat: "The Company We Keep: Creativity & Community with C.S. Lewis & the Inklings"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Southwest regional Retreat presents “The Company We Keep: Creativity & Community with C.S. Lewis & the Inklings” at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 website post).
Item 15: September-May 2009: The Toronto C.S Lewis Society calendarAdd to your cart.
The Toronto C.S. Lewis Society program calendar (1 copy).
Folder 2008Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 25-26: C.S. Lewis & the Challenging of the 21st Century at Pres HouseAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis & the Challenging of the 21st Century at Pres House, Madison, Wisconsin (1 website post, 1 schedule).
Item 2: February 7-9: C.S. Lewis, the Inklings, & the Call to Christian CommunityAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis, the Inklings, & the Call to Christian Community with Tom Shippey and Kiana Glyer, at Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California (1 flyer).
Item 3: February 27: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." TalkAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” Talk given by Prof. Chris Mitchell at Beijing Union University, Beijing, China (1 poster).
Item 4: May 9-26: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe performanceAdd to your cart.
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe performed by Wagnalls Family Theatre, Lithopolis, Ohio (2 programs, 1 flyers, 1 theater brochure).
Item 5: May 29-June 1: The 6th Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and FriendsAdd to your cart.
The 6th Frances White Ewbank Colloqium on C.S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (1 poster, 1 email).
Item 6: Summer: Summer Seminars in ResidenceAdd to your cart.
Summer Seminars in Residence Featuring Dr. Chris Mitchell, The Kilns, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Item 7: July 28-August 8: "The Self and the Search for Meaning"Add to your cart.
The C. S. Lewis Foundation presents Oxbridge 2008: “The Self and the Search for Meaning, Oxford, England (1 email).
Item 8: September 17: "Jack: A Portrait of the Wayfaring Christian"Add to your cart.
“Jack: A Portrait of the Wayfaring Christian,” presented by the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society at Asbury and West United Church, Toronto, Canada (1 flyer).
Item 9: September-December: "Screwtape Letters" performanceAdd to your cart.
“Screwtape Letters,” at the Mercury Theatre, featuring Max. McLean (4 programs, 1 poster, 1 article).
Item 10: October 31-November 2: C.S. Lewis Foundation Southwest Regional Retreat: "Redeeming the Time: Overcoming 'Screwtape' in our Everyday Lives"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation Southwest Regional Retreat, “Redeeming the Time: Overcoming “Screwtape in our Everyday Lives,” held at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 website post).
Item 11: November 8: Sixth Annual C.S. Lewis Festival: "C.S. Lewis and the Cosmos"Add to your cart.
Sixth Annual C.S. Lewis Festival, “C.S. Lewis and the Cosmos,” Petosky, Michigan (1 packet).
Item 12: November 15: The 2008 C.S. Lewis/ J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner: "The Good Life and the Great Books"Add to your cart.
The 2008 C.S. Lewis/ J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner, “The Good Life and the Great Books,” featuring Dr. Christopher Mitchell, held at Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas (1 invitation).
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Folder 2007Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 30-February 2: C.S. Lewis: Fantasy & Imagination in Christianity: The Chronicles of NarniaAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis: Fantasy & Imagination in Christianity, The Chronicles of Narnia, conference with Michael Ward, sponsored by the Korea Institute for Advanced Theological Studies (KIATS) in Seoul, Korea. (1 brochure, 1 program, 1 flyer; mostly in Korean)
Item 2: May 5: C.S. Lewis Foundation Southeast Regional Conference: "Faith Set Free: C.S. Lewis and the Quest for Joy"Add to your cart.
C. S. Lewis Foundation Southeast Regional Conference “Faith Set Free: C. S. Lewis and the Quest for Joy.” Brentwood Academy, Nashville, TN  (1 email).
Item 3: June 16: Southern California C.S. Lewis Society: "Opposition in True Friendship: Love, Friendship, and Philosophy in C.S. Lewis' World"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C. S. Lewis Society presents “Opposition is True Friendship: Love, Friendship, and Philosophy in C. S. Lewis’ World” at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Monrovia, CA (1 flyer).
Item 4: June 28: "Ethics in Narnia: C.S. Lewis on the Nature of Good and Evil"Add to your cart.
Louis Markos speaks on “Ethics in Narnia: C.S. Lewis on the Nature of Good and Evil” as part of the Summer Scripture Seminar at the University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL (1 website post).
Item 5: July 7-13, 15-21, 28-August 3: Summer Seminars-in-Residence at The KilnsAdd to your cart.
Summer Seminars-in-Residence at The Kilns, Oxford, England (1 email).
Item 6: September 21-December 1: Fifth Annual C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
Fifth Annual C. S. Lewis Festival in Petoskey, Michigan (1 poster, 1 flyer).
Item 7: October 26-27: "C.S. Lewis: The Man and His Work, A 21st Century Legacy"Add to your cart.
“C. S. Lewis: The Man and His Work, A 21st Century Legacy” Wake Forest, NC (1 poster, 1 email, 1 schedule).
Item 8: October 27: To Narnia and the North: C.S. Lewis Fesival: The Question of GodAdd to your cart.
To Narnia and the North: C. S. Lewis Festival, The Question of God featuring Jerry Root and Christopher Mitchell, at North Central Michigan College, Petoskey, Michigan (1 brochure).
Item 9: November 9-11: C.S. Lewis Foundation Southwest Regional Retreat: "Seas, Islands & Solid Ground: Navigating the False Infinities with C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation Southwest Regional Retreat, “Seas, Islands, & Solid Ground: Navigating the False Infinities with C.S. Lewis,” with Jerry Root and Andrew Lazo, at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 website post).
Item 10: November 10: The C.S. Lewis/ J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner: "Narnia and Middle Earth: Reason, Imagination, and the Romance of Truth"Add to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis/J.R.R. Tolkien Dinner, “Narnia and Middle Earth: Reason, Imagination, and the Romance of Truth,” by Dr. Christopher Mitchell, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas (1 invitation).
Item 11: November 15-December 23: "C.S. Lewis on Stage"Add to your cart.
Bradley Armacost portrays “C. S. Lewis on Stage,” presented by Provision Theater and directed by Tim Gregory at the Royal George Theater, Chicago, Illinois (tickets, program, promotional material, photographs)
Folder 2006Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 8: "Come to Narnia"Add to your cart.
“Come to Narnia” event with Marjorie Mead.  First Presbyterian Church, Wheaton, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 2: January 11-22: C.S. Lewis on StageAdd to your cart.
Tom Key as C.S. Lewis on stage; at Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta, Georgia (2 flyers, general information, 1 press release).
Item 3: January 27-April 10: "The Screwtape Letters" performanceAdd to your cart.
“The Screwtape Letters” at Theatre 315, New York City (1 newspaper article, 1 website printout).
Item 4: February 16: "Following the Argument Wherever it leds: C.S. Lewis and the Oxford University Socratic Club"Add to your cart.
“Following the Argument Wherever it Leads: C.S. Lewis and the Oxford University Socratic Club” paper delivered by Chris Mitchell at the C.S. Lewis conference sponsored by the Korea Institute for Advanced Theological Studies (KIATS) in Seoul, Korea. (1 flyer, 1 program partly in Korean)
Item 5: February 24-25: "The Theological Fiction of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“The Theological Fiction of C. S. Lewis” conference with Chris Mitchell, at Hope Community Church, Andover, Kansas (1 website post).
Item 6: March 3-4: The 9th Annual C.S. Lewis and the Inklings Conference: "Faith, Friendship, Fiction"Add to your cart.
The 9th Annual C.S. Lewis and the Inklings Conference, “Faith, Friendship, Fiction,” held at John Brown University (1 brochure).
Item 7: March 10: "Faith and the Chronicles of Narnia: The Theological Imagination of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“Faith and the Chronicles of Narnia: The Theological Imagination of C.S. Lewis” lecture given by Chris Mitchell as part of the Faith & Life lecture series at Plymouth Creek Center, Plymouth, Minnesota (1 program).
Item 8: April 29: The Third Austin C.S. Lewis Conference: "Goodness, Truth and Beauty: Apologetics and the Winsome Christ"Add to your cart.
The Third Austin C.S. Lewis Conference “Goodness, Truth and Beauty: Apologetics and the Winsome Christ” (commemorating the 75th anniversary of Lewis’ conversion) at St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas (1 email).
Item 9: June 1-4: C.S. Lewis & Friends: The Fifth Frances White Ewbank ColloquiumAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis & Friends: The Fifth Frances White Ewbank Colloquium; Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (1 program, 1 brochure, 2 website posts).
Item 10: July 7-16: "Love Among the Ruins: On the renewal of character & culture"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer Institute “Love Among the Ruins: On the renewal of character & culture” at Williams College, Williamstown, MA (1 poster, 1 program, 1 website post).
Item 11: July 9-14: Summer Seminars in Residence: "A Pilgrimage of Head and Heart: Exploring the writings of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Summer Seminars in Residence “A Pilgrimage of Head and Heart: Exploring the writings of C.S. Lewis” featuring Professor Jerry Root in Oxford, England (6 schedules [one for each day], 1 website post).
Item 12: July 16-22: Summer Seminars in Residence: "Past Watchful Dragons: The Narnian Chronicles of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Summer Seminars in Residence “Past Watchful Dragons: The Narnian Chronicles of C.S. Lewis” with Dr. Walter Hooper & Aidan Mackey in Oxford, England (1 email, 2 website posts).
Item 13: July 19-August 4: Summer Seminars in Residence: "The Life and Legacy of C.S. Lewis: 20th Century Pilgrim"Add to your cart.
Summer Seminars in Residence “The Life and Legacy of C.S. Lewis: 20th Century Pilgrim” with J. Stanley Mattson, Ph.D. at The Kilns, Oxford, England (1 email, 2 website posts).
Item 14: July 20-22: Scholars Coming to Faith: Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of C.S. Lewis's ConversionAdd to your cart.
Scholars Coming to Faith: Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s Conversion; Airport Hilton, Kansas City, Missouri. International Institute for Christian Studies (1 flyer).
Item 15: July 29-August 4: Summer Seminars in Residence: "The Life and Legacy of C.S. Lewis: 20th Century Pilgrim"Add to your cart.
Summer Seminars in Residence “The Life and Legacy of C.S. Lewis: 20th Century Pilgrim” with Dr. Stan Mattson in Oxford, England (1 email, 2 website posts).
Item 16: September 4-November 12: Fourth Annual C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
Fourth Annual C. S. Lewis Festival in Petoskey, Michigan (2 posters).
Item 17: November 10-12: Fourth Annual C.S. Lewis Southwest Regional RetreatAdd to your cart.
Fourth Annual C. S. Lewis Southwest Regional Retreat at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 email).
Item 18: November 20: Louis Markos on the Life and Writings of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Louis Markos, Ph.D. lecture on the Life and Writings of C. S. Lewis, with a focus on pain, at McDonnell Hall, Glenview, Illinois (2 flyers, 1 bio, 1 invitation).
Item 19: December 6-11: "Christmas at The Kilns"Add to your cart.
“Christmas at The Kilns” The Kilns, Oxford, England (1 email).
Folder 2005Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 4-6: "C.S. Lewis Today" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis Today” conference with Douglas Gresham and Chris Mitchell in Sydney, Australia (2 brochures, 1 poster, 1 flyer, 1 schedule, 1 program).
Item 2: July 24-August 6:  "Making All Things New: The Good, the Ture, and the Beautiful in the 21st Century"Add to your cart.
“Making All Things New: The Good, the True, and the Beautiful in the 21st Century” C.S. Lewis Summer Institute, Oxbridge 2005, England (1 website printout).
Item 3: July 25-29: "Mere Humanity: Christian Perspectives on the Human from Chesterton, Lewis, and Tolkien"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 31th Anniversary Workshop “Mere Humanity: Christian Perspectives on the Human from Chesterton, Lewis, and Tolkien” with Dr. Donald T. Williams at St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 4: Fall: Narnia on Tour SeriesAdd to your cart.
Narnia on Tour; Lecture and discussion series presented throughout the United States (1 flyer).
Item 5: October & November: Third Annual C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
Third Annual C.S. Lewis Festival in Petoskey, Michigan (1 program, 2 flyers, 1 poster, 1 website printout).
Item 6: October 21-23: Will Vaus Ministries Weekend in NarniaAdd to your cart.
Will Vaus Ministries Weekend in Narnia; Head Waters Lodge, Head Waters, Virginia (1 flyer, 1 brochure).
Item 7: October 22: "A Means of Grace: C.S. Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia" SeminarAdd to your cart.
“A Means of Grace: C.S. Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia” seminar given by Dr. Jerry Root at Northern Seminary at Lombard, Illinois (1 brochure).
Item 8: November 3-5: Past Watchful Dragons: Fantasy & Faith in the World of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Past Watchful Dragons: Fantasy & Faith in the World of C.S. Lewis; Belmont University (1 program, 1 website printout, 1 program for “The Eagle and Child”).
Item 9: November 17: "Reading Narnia with C.S. Lewis: An Evening with Leland Ryken and with Bryan J. L. Glass"Add to your cart.
“Reading Narnia with C.S. Lewis: An Evening with Leland Ryken and with Bryan J. L. Glass” at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania (1 poster).
Item 10: November 18-20: Third Annual C.S. Lewis Southwest Retreat "Aslan on the Move: Narnia Revisited"Add to your cart.
Third Annual C.S. Lewis Southwest Regional Retreat “Aslan on the Move: Narnia Revisited” at Camp Allen Conference and Retreat Center, near Navasota, Texas (1 email, 1 website printout).
Item 11: December 2-11: C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Festival in Belfast, Northern Ireland (1 festival guide).
Item 12: December 11: "To See With Other Eyes"Add to your cart.
“To See With Other Eyes”-spiritual reality in the C.S. Lewis Narnia Tales, presented by Marjorie Mead. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Chruch, Newport Beach, CA (1 newsletter).
Folder 2004Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 11-August 15: Strong Poison performanceAdd to your cart.
DLS’s Strong Poison: a murder mystery romance; Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois (2 postcards).
Item 2: July 26-30: "Beauty and Truth: The Romanticism of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 30th Anniversary Workshop “Beauty and Truth: The Romanticism of C.S. Lewis” with James Prothero and Sara Park McLaughlin at Benedictine Monastery, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 3: October 16: 35th Anniversary Celebration of the New York C.S. Lewis Society: "C.S. Lewis and the Case for Apologetics"Add to your cart.
35th Anniversary Celebration of the New York C.S. Lewis Society with Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J. lecturing on “C.S. Lewis and the Case for Apologetics” at Fordham University, Lincoln Center, New York, New York (1 flyer).
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Item 1: 2003: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" performanceAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” stage show from the Australian Film Production, [Melbourne], Australia (1 packet of information).
Item 2: February 21-23: "Discovering Reality with C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“Discovering Reality with C.S. Lewis” C.S. Lewis Foundation regional retreat at The Cove, Billy Graham Training Center, Asheville, North Carolina (1 website printout).
Item 3: March 12-14: "The Fourth Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends"Add to your cart.
“The Fourth Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends” at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (1 brochure).
Item 4: April 4-5: The 5th Annual C.S. Lewis and Inkling Conference: "The New Mythmakers"Add to your cart.
The 5th Annual C.S. Lewis and Inkling Conference: "The New Mythmakers” at Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma (1 brochure, 1 program).
Item 5: June 19-22: C.S. Lewis Foundation Regional ConferenceAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation regional conference at the University of San Diego, California (1 website printout).
Item 6: July 5-11, 13-19: "Doing Good: C.S. Lewis and the Moral Journey" SeminarAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation summer seminar “Doing Good: C.S. Lewis and the Moral Journey” at the Kilns, Oxford, England (1 website printout).
Item 7: July 18-20, 25-27: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe playAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play by the Alchemy Theatre Co. at the Wood Dale Center for the Arts, Wood Dale, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 8: July 26-August 1, 3-9: "C.S. Lewis and the Soul's Journey" SeminarAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Foundation summer seminar “C.S. Lewis and the Soul’s Journey” at the Kilns, Oxford, England (1 website printout).
Item 9: August 8-10: "Ever Timeless-Ever Urgent: C.S. Lewis-Prophet"Add to your cart.
The New York C.S. Lewis Society Weekend Symposium “Ever Timeless-Ever Urgent: C.S. Lewis-Prophet” at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston, Queens, New York (1 registration form).
Item 10: October 31-November 2: Southwest Regional Retreat: "Discovering Reality with C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Southwest Regional Retreat “Discovering Reality with C.S. Lewis” at Camp Allen, Navasota, Texas (1 flyer, 1 email).
Item 11: November 6-30: C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis Festival in Petoskey, Michigan. Guests include Chris Michell, Chip Duncan, David Crouse, and William McGill. (Program, promotional material, articles).
Folder 2002Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 12: "The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Works of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Works of C.S. Lewis” PBS Television Documentary film and symposium at the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest, Illinois (1 program).
Item 2: March 15-16: "The Apologetics of C.S. Lewis: Communicating Unchanging Truth in a Changing World"Add to your cart.
“The Apologetics of C.S. Lewis: Communicating Unchanging Truth in a Changing World” with Art Lindsley, presented by the C.S. Lewis Institute, at McLean Presbyterian Church of McLean, Virginia (1 brochure).
Item 3: July 14-27: "Time and Eternity: The Cosmic Odyssey"Add to your cart.
“Time and Eternity: The Cosmic Odyssey” C.S. Lewis Summer Institute, at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, England (1 brochure).
Item 4: July 17: In Honor of The Kilns service of celebration and dedicationAdd to your cart.
In honor of The Kilns service of celebration and dedication, as part of the C. S. Lewis Foundation Summer Institute, at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, England (1 program).
Item 5: November 16: C.S. Lewis SeminarAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis seminar taught by Chris Mitchell and Marjorie Mead. (The Smithsonian Associate magazine, postcard invitation). Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University, Washington, DC (1 postcard, 1 program, 2 articles).
Folder 2001Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 25-February 4: "Shadowlands" playAdd to your cart.
“Shadowlands” play at Front Row Center-Mainstage III Theatre of Western Springs, Illinois (1 brochure, 1 flyer).
Item 2: February 22-25: International Symposium on Religious Faith and Literary ArtAdd to your cart.
International Symposium on Religious Faith and Literary Art with various scholarly sessions on C.S. Lewis at Baylor University, Waco, TX (1 booklet).
Item 3: March 30-April 1: "The Christian Scholar in the Contemporary University: A Place to Stand"Add to your cart.
“The Christian Scholar in the Contemporary University: A Place to Stand,” the C.S. Lewis Foundation Faculty Forum Western Regional Spring Conference, at the campus of the University of California in Los Angeles (1 program).
Item 4: May 4-5: "The Conflicting Worldviews of C.S. Lewis & Sigmund Freud"Add to your cart.
“The Conflicting Worldviews of C.S. Lewis & Sigmund Freud” with Dr. Armand Nicholi, C.S. Lewis Institute at the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, Maryland (2 brochures).
Item 5: Summer: Branches to Heave: The Geniuses of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Branches to Heaven: The Geniuses of C.S. Lewis, The C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at The Kilns (1 website printout).
Item 6: November 9-11: "On This Side of the Door: C.S. Lewis speaks into the tumult of the 21st Century"Add to your cart.
“On This Side of the Door: C.S. Lewis speaks into the tumult of the 21st Century” conference of the CS Lewis Society of Kansas, at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (1 flyer).
Item 7: November 16-18: "The Third Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends"Add to your cart.
“The Third Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends” at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (1 program, 2 brochures).
Item 8: December 8-9: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe playAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play at the Oak Brook Community Church of Oak Brook, Illinois (1 flyer).
Folder 2000Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 21: "The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe" performanceAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe” by Joseph Robinette, presented by Rising Image Production at Wheaton Bible Church, Wheaton, IL (1 program).
Item 2: July 11-August 15: "C.S. Lewis: Restoring the Life of the Spirit"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: Restoring the Life of the Spirit” seminar of the Smithsonian Associates program in Washington, D.C. (1 website page, 1 email).
Item 3: August 22-December 10: The Silver Chair performanceAdd to your cart.
The Silver Chair play at Lifeline Theatre, Chicago (1 press release).
Item 4: September 30: C.S. Lewis: A Celebration of His Early Life Book SigningAdd to your cart.
Ruth James Cording and Robert Cording, signing their book C.S. Lewis: A Celebration of His Early Life. (1 flyer).
Item 5: November 3: "From Silver Chair to Silver Screen: C.S. Lewis and Friends on Film and Television"Add to your cart.
“From Silver Chair to Silver Screen: C.S. Lewis and Friends on Film and Television” (Rachel Kellogg), sponsored by The Lewis and Friends Society at Taylor University, Upland, IN (1 schedule).
Item 6: November 15-January 6 2001: "The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe" playAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe,” a play dramatized by Adrian Mitchell, performed by The Children’s Theater Company, Minneapolis, MN (1 booklet, 1 family guide, 1 program, 1 newspaper article).
Item 7: November 23: "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" playAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”, a play directed by Adrian Noble, Royal Shakespeare Company artistic director Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, GB (1 letter, 1 booking form).
Item 8: 2000: "C.S. Lewis Onstage"Add to your cart.
Promotional for Tom Key’s “C.S. Lewis Onstage” (1 flyer).
Folder 1999Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 7-9: "C.S. Lewis: The Centennial"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: The Centennial, ” Third Annual University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Literary Festival, Belton, Texas (ACE email listing, 1998).
Item 2: January 25: Professor Peter Kreeft talkAdd to your cart.
Professor Peter Kreeft to speak at Calvin College (1 partial email from Pam Shade).
Item 3: January 29: "An Evening with C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“An Evening with C.S. Lewis” at St. Mark’s Church Hall in Belfast by Rev. Trevor Gillian (ACE email listing, 1998).
Item 4: January 31: Service Commemorating the Centenary of C.S. Lewis's BaptismAdd to your cart.
Rev. Dr. Robin Eames will preach at a service commemorating the centenary of C.S. Lewis’s baptism, St. Mark’s Church, Belfast (ACE email listing, 1998).
Item 5: February 12: Rev. Gillian presents One-Man-ShowAdd to your cart.
Rev. Trevor Gillian presents one-man-show at St. Stephen’s Church Hall, Millfield, North Belfast (1 partial email from Pam Shade).
Item 6: March 18-May 8: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" playAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” play presented by the Royal Shakespeare Company, London, England (2 programs, 3 flyers).
Item 7: April: "C.S. Lewis and Belfast"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis and Belfast,” slide show in Whitehead, Co Antrim (ACE email listing, 1998).
Item 8: June 5-17: "In the Steps of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“In the Steps of C.S. Lewis”: A Study Tour of Ireland and England, sponsored by the Pittsburgh C.S. Lewis Society. (1 brochure).
Item 9: June 28-August 24: Summer School including classes on C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Summer School ‘99, Regent College, Vancouver, B.C. Canada, including classes on C.S. Lewis (1 booklet, 1 flyer).
Item 10: July 5-9: "Is Man a Myth? Mere Christian Views of Mere Human"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 1999 Summer Workshop, “Is Man a Myth? Mere Christian Views of Mere Human.” (1 flyer).
Item 11: July 19-23: "C.S. Lewis: The Man, the Writer, the Mentor"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: The Man, the Writer, the Mentor” summer school course by Earl Palmer at Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (see booklet).
Item 12: July 26-30: "The Inconsolable Wound"Add to your cart.
“The Inconsolable Wound”: C.S. Lewis and the Longing for God summer school course by Loren Wilkinson at Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (see booklet).
Item 13: November 12-14: The Second Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and FriendsAdd to your cart.
The Second Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (2 brochures, 1 program).
Folder 1998a-2003Add to your cart.
Acq 18/59 - gift of Wayne Martindale
Item 1: July 22: Discussion with C.S. Lewis's cousin, Joan Lewis MurphyAdd to your cart.
An email from William Vaus to Wayne Martindale obtaining Mrs. Joan Murphy's contact information, and two faxes from Joan Lewis Murphy to Dr. Martindale setting up the discussion. 3 pp.
Item 2: Summer 1998: Michael Ward Oxford TalksAdd to your cart.
Hard copies of Michael Ward's talks: "Suprised by 'Surprised by Joy': The Art of Lewis's Autobiography," "Where Dreams Don't Come True: Reflections on The Voyage of the 'Dawn Treader,''" and "Through the Wardrobe: A Famous Image Explored." 17pp.
Item 3: July 2000: Michael Ward Wheaton in England TalksAdd to your cart.
Hard copies of Michael Ward's Lewis talks: "Where Dreams Don't Come True: Reflections on The Voyage of the 'Dawn Treader'" on July 14, and two copies of "The Path to Sympathy: Reflections on Til We Have Faces" on July 19. 41pp.
Item 4: April 7, 2003: Michael Ward Wheaton TalksAdd to your cart.
3 announcements for Michael Ward's talks at Wheaton College, a hard copy of "A Heavenly Discovery," and speaker notes for "Hamlet and Chronicles."  32pp.
Item 5: July 2003: Michael Ward Wheaton in England TalksAdd to your cart.
Hard copies of Michael Ward's Oxford talks: "C.S. Lewis and Oxford" on July 18, an annotated copy of "Rich Beyond the Dreams of Avarice: A Reading of The Voyage of the 'Dawn Treader'" on July 22, and an annotated copy of "The Magician's Nephew and the Nephew's Mother". 32pp.
Folder 1998Add to your cart.
Item 1: 1998-2006: "The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis" AdaptationAdd to your cart.
The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis” adapted and performed by Anthony Lawton. Program and reviews of performance. Multiple performances in and around Philadelphia, PA, including Proclamation Presbyterian Church, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Item 2: January 27-November 13: Irish Christian Study Centre EventsAdd to your cart.
List of upcoming events at the Irish Christian Study Centre.
Item 3: February 22: "C.S. Lewis and the Shadowlands"Add to your cart.
Winnetka Congregational Church (Winnetka, IL) Sunday Forum, Chris Mitchell spoke on “C.S. Lewis and the Shadowlands” (1 letter).
Item 4: February 28: Join Session and Deacon Retreat of the Village Presbyterian ChurchAdd to your cart.
Joint Session and Deacon Retreat of the Village Presbyterian Church (Northbrook, IL) at the Wade Center including a discussion of the Writings and Life of C.S. Lewis with particular reference to The Screwtape Letters (1 schedule).
Item 5: March 27: "C.S. Lewis as Christian Professor"Add to your cart.
Conference on Christianity in the Academy : “C.S. Lewis as Christian Professor,” University of Memphis, TN (1 call for papers).
Item 6: April 2-4: "The Literary Legacy of C.S. Lewis" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Annual Southeastern Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, “The Literary Legacy of C.S. Lewis,” featured speaker Christopher Mitchell, Montreat College, NC (1 flyer).
Item 7: May 1-2: C.S. Lewis ConferenceAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Conference sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Institute of Annandale, VA (1 newsletter dated October 1998).
Item 8: May 18-28: C.S. Lewis Tour of EnglandAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Tour of England, sponsored by Reformed Theological Seminary of Jackson, Mississippi (1 letter).
Item 9: Summer: "C.S. Lewis: A Centenary Retrospective"Add to your cart.
Christian Scholar’s Review Theme issue: “C.S. Lewis: A Centenary Retrospective” (1 brochure).
Item 10: June 8: Presentation for Pastoral Care Ministry SchoolAdd to your cart.
Presentation by the Wade Center for Pastoral Care Ministry School, 12:30-2:15 PM, showing of Shadowlands, the 1985 BBC version (2 flyers).
Item 11: June 9-12: Presentations for Pastoral Care Ministry SchoolAdd to your cart.
Presentations by the Wade Center for Pastoral Care Ministry School, 12:45-2:15 PM, (flyer).
Item 12: June 19-21: Conference to Celebrate the C.S. Lewis Legacy for the 21st CenturyAdd to your cart.
1998 Conference to Celebrate the C.S. Lewis legacy for the 21st century, Seattle Pacific University, Washington (1 email – call for papers).
Item 13: June 28-August 7: C.S. Lewis Centennial Summer SeminarAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Centennial Summer Seminar in Cambridge, England, sponsored by Duke University, NC (2 letters, 1 flyer).
Item 14: July 6-31: "C.S. Lewis' Intellectual, Theological, and Literary World"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis’ Intellectual, Theological, and Literary World,” part of Summer at Nashotah Academic Program (1 advertisement).
Item 15: July 19: C.S. Lewis MemorialAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Memorial, 2:30 p.m., Barrows Auditorium, Wheaton College (1 advertisement).
Item 16: July 19-August 1: "Loose in the Fire" International Centennial Celebration of the life and legacy of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer Institute, Oxbridge ‘98, International Centennial Celebration of the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, “Loose in the Fire,” Oxford and Cambridge Universities, sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Foundation (1 postcard, 1 brochure).
Item 17: August 4-12: C.S. Lewis Centennial Study Tour of London and OxfordAdd to your cart.

C.S. Lewis Centennial Study Tour of London and Oxford (2 brochures)

Optional Cambridge extension, August 3-6 (1 flyer).

Optional Ireland extension, August 12-16 (1 flyer).

Item 18: August 5-8: "C.S. Lewis: Saint and Scholar"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: Saint and Scholar,” organized by University of Ulster, the Queen’s University of Belfast and the Irish Christian Study Centre (2 informational emails).
Item 19: August 10-14: "C.S. Lewis as Poet: The Legacy of his Poetic Impulse"Add to your cart.
Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 24th Anniversary Summer Workshop, “C.S. Lewis as Poet: The Legacy of his Poetic Impulse,” at the Benedictine Monastery, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 20: August 14-16: A C.S. Lewis Centenary Celebration Weekend SymposiumAdd to your cart.
A C.S. Lewis Centenary Celebration Weekend Symposium, sponsored by the New York C.S. Lewis Society, at the Immaculate Conception Center in Queens, NY (1 registration form).
Item 21: September 5-February 1999: Forthcoming C.S. Lewis EventsAdd to your cart.
Forthcoming C.S. Lewis Events (2 ACE email listings).
Item 22:: September 12: C.S. Lewis: A Centenary Celebration: "If Lewis could come for coffee, what would he say?"Add to your cart.
C.S. Lewis: a Centenary Celebration, “If Lewis could come for coffee, what would he say?” including “To See with Other Eyes: Spiritual Reality in the Fiction of C.S. Lewis” by Marjorie Mead and “The Triumph of Good over Evil in Lewis’s Writing” by Jerry Root, The DeKoven Center, Racine, WI (1 registration form).
Item 23: October 7: Christopher Mitchell at Asbury CollegeAdd to your cart.
Christopher Mitchell visited Asbury College, spoke in chapel, in a class, and an afternoon seminar on C.S. Lewis (1 email).
Item 24: October 8-11: "Answering God's Call to Discipleship - The Challenge to Live as People who are Thoroughly Converted to Christ" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Regional C. S. Lewis Conference, “Answering God’s Call to Discipleship - The Challenge to Live as People who are Thoroughly Converted to Christ,” sponsored by the Rivermont Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg, Virginia. and “Breakfast in Narnia” with Jerry Root (2 newsletters)
Item 25: October 16-18: C.S. Lewis Weekend in Murrysville, PAAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Weekend, presented by Murrysville Community Church, Murrysville, Pennsylvania (1 brochure).
Item 26: October 29-31: C.S. Lewis: 100th Birthday CelebrationAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis: 100th Birthday Celebration, at Cornerstone College in Grand Rapids, Michigan (email).
Item 27: November 11-28: "Jack - A Musical Portrait of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“Jack - A Musical Portrait of C.S. Lewis” UK tour [see “C.S. Lewis Related Events: Lewis Musical” folder of events file, box 1] (2 flyers, 2 brochures, 1 poster, 1 news release, 1 media release, 1 bulletin).
Item 28: November 15-29: "A Celebration of the Life and Literary Legacy of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“A Celebration of the Life and Literary Legacy of C.S. Lewis,” C.S. Lewis Centenary Festival, Wichita, Kansas (1 brochure, 1 schedule, and 1 Shadowlands program).
Item 29: November 24-February 27, 1999: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Royal Shakespeare Company PerformanceAdd to your cart.
England Royal Shakespeare Company production of the The Lion, theWitch and the Wardrobe at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon (1 article, 1 flyer, 1 schedule).
Item 30: The C.S. Lewis Centenary StoneAdd to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Centenary Stone, sponsored by the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society (1 brochure).
Item 31: December 4-5: "C.S. Lewis - The Man and His Message" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis - The Man and His Message,” A Conference Celebrating the Centenary of His Birth, cosponsored by Religious Education and Continuing Education, Brigham Young University, Utah, Chris Mitchell is keynote speaker (1 brochure).
Item 32: December 4-20: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" MusicalAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” musical at the Promenade Theater (1 advertisement).
Item 33: December 13: Dedication of the C.S. Lewis bustAdd to your cart.
Dedication of the C.S. Lewis bust in memory of Paul M. Bechtel at the Wade Center (2 programs).
Folder 1997Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 20: "The Marion E. Wade Center and the State of C.S. Lewis Studies"Add to your cart.
Lecture by Christopher Mitchell “The Marion E. Wade Center and the State of C.S. Lewis Studies,” for the Friends of Northern Illinois University Libraries (2 letters).
Item 2: May 2-3: "The Life & Thought of C.S. Lewis" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“The Life & Thought of C. S. Lewis” conference hosted by the C. S. Lewis Institute, with Lyle Dorsett and Jerry Root speaking. The Falls Church (Episcopal), Falls Church, Virginia (1 brochure).
Item 3: June 3-12: "In the Steps of C.S. Lewis: A tour to England with a difference"Add to your cart.
“In the Steps of C.S. Lewis: A tour to England with a difference,” sponsored by the Columbia [South Carolina] C.S. Lewis Society (1 brochure, 1 flyer).
Item 4: June 6: "C.S. Lewis, Author: Life and Writings Overview"Add to your cart.
Tandem Club Meeting, “C.S. Lewis, Author: Life and Writings Overview” by Marj Mead, Glen Ellyn First United Methodist Church (1 press release).
Item 5: July 14-18: "The Redemption Story in the fiction of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 23rd Anniversary Summer Workshop “The Redemption Story in the fiction of C.S. Lewis” at the  Benedictine Monastery, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 6: November - January 1999: C.S. Lewis Centenary Programme of EventsAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Centenary Programme of Events; Belfast, Northern Ireland (4 brochures, 3 information letters).
Item 7: November 8: "C.S. Lewis and the Evangelicals"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis and the Evangelicals,” lecture by Colin Duriez at the St. Michael’s Church Hall in York, England, sponsored by the Librarians’ Christian Fellowship (1 email).
Item 8: November 14-15: The Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and FriendsAdd to your cart.
The Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis and Friends, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana (2 call for papers, 2 brochures).
Folder 1996Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 1: The Gift of Story: Awakening the Spiritual HeartAdd to your cart.
Fourteenth Annual C.S. Lewis Lecture -- The Gift of Story: Awakening the Spiritual Heart by Marjorie Lamp Mead, Roland Hayes Concert Hall, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (1 brochure).
Item 2: June 14: "English Walks: Readings by members who have chosen passages from Lewis and others on hikes, walking tours..."Add to your cart.
Meeting of the New York C.S. Lewis Society, Joe Barbiero to speak on “English Walks: Readings by members who have chosen passages from Lewis and others on hikes, walking tours...” (1 newsletter)
Item 3: June 19: "Living like Narnians: A Preview"Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society, Paul Clasper to speak on “Living like Narnians: A Preview” (1 newsletter).
Item 4: July 8-12: "Living like Narnians: Christian Life-style in C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of NarniaAdd to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society 22nd Anniversary Summer Workshop “Living Like Narnians: Christian Life-style in C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia,” The Benedictine Monastery, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California
Item 5: July 12: Meeting of the New York C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the New York C.S. Lewis Society (1 newsletter).
Item 6: July 21: Mythopoeic Society Meeting: Out of the Silent PlanetAdd to your cart.
Mythopoeic Society Meeting, Niggle’s Parish, Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis, part 3 (1 newsletter).
Item 7: July 21: "Farewell to the Shadowlands: C.S. Lewis's Spiritual Journey" LectureAdd to your cart.
Lecture “Farewell to the Shadowlands: C.S. Lewis’s Spiritual Journey” given by Chris Mitchell at the Holy Name Cathedral School (2 letters).
Item 8: July 26-29: Mythcon 1996: "The Inklings and Nature"Add to your cart.
Mythcon 1996, The 27th Annual Mythopoeic Society Conference at the University of Colorado, Boulder, “The Inklings and Nature” (1 newsletter).
Item 9: September 13: "As Secondary Sources Go: Il Libro dei Tutti Libri"Add to your cart.
Meeting of the New York C. S. Lewis Society, James Como speaking on “As Secondary Sources Go: Il Libro dei Tutti Libri” (1 newsletter).
Item 10: September 19: "De Descriptione Temporum revisited: C.S. Lewis and the Problem of Periodization"Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society, Michael Smythe to speak on “De Descriptione Temporum revisited: C.S. Lewis and the Problem of Periodization” (1 newsletter).
Item 11: October 16: "Canterbury's Road to Rome and Our Annual General Meeting"Add to your cart.
Meeting of the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society, Brad Linaweaver to speak on “Canterbury’s Road to Rome and Our Annual General Meeting” (1 newsletter).
Item 12: November 20: Meeting of the Southern California C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society, Hendrika Vande Kemp to speak on Charles Williams (1 newsletter).
Folder 1995Add to your cart.
Item 1: January - April: Narnia Family ProgramAdd to your cart.
Narnia Family Program, First Broad Street United Methodist Church, Kingsport, Tennessee (1 brochure).
Item 2: January 17: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society (1 program).
Item 3: January 18: Chris Mitchell speaking at the Scripture Press Publications chapel serviceAdd to your cart.
Chris Mitchell, Director of the Wade Center, speaking at the Scripture Press Publications chapel service (1 letter).
Item 4: January 24: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, speaker Rev. Peter Bide (1 program).
Item 5: January 28: Gary Methodist Showing of BBC FilmAdd to your cart.
Gary Methodist, Wheaton, IL, showing of BBC film and presentation by Marj Mead, 7-9:30 (1 flyer).
Item 6: January 30: Presentation on C.S. Lewis at St. Paul of the CrossAdd to your cart.
Presentation on C.S. Lewis at St. Paul of the Cross by Marjorie Mead (1 letter).
Item 7: January 31: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, a video-showing of the original BBC drama-documentary Shadowlands (1 program).
Item 8: February 3: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" MusicalAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” musical at the Paramount Arts Center, Aurora, Illinois (1 mailing).
Item 9: February 6-10: The C.S. Lewis FestivalAdd to your cart.
The C.S. Lewis Festival, presented by Friends of the Kingsport Public Library, Kingsport Tennessee (1 brochure).
Item 10: February 7: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, Philip Ryken speaking on “C.S. Lewis as the Patron Saint of American Evangelicalism” (1 program).
Item 11: February 12, 19, and 26: Marj Mead speaks at Hope PresbyterianAdd to your cart.
Marj Mead speaks at Hope Presbyterian in Wheaton, IL on CSL slides, A Grief Observed, and The Problem of Pain (1 letter, 1 newspaper article).
Item 12: February 14: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, Peter Miller speaking on “C.S. Lewis and Dr. Johnson” (1 program).
Item 13: February 21: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society (1 program).
Item 14: February 22: Chris Mitchell at the Wheaton Rotary ClubAdd to your cart.
Chris Mitchell speaking at the Wheaton Rotary Club AM (1 letter).
Item 15: February 25: Joint Session and Deacon Retreat at the Marion E. Wade CenterAdd to your cart.
Joint Session and Deacon Retreat of the Village Presbyterian Church at the Marion E. Wade Center, focused on A Grief Observed (1 schedule).
Item 16: February 25: "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" MusicalAdd to your cart.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” musical (Theatreworks adaptation) listed in Valleykids Newsmagazine for West Suburban Parents. (1 schedule, 1 flyer).
Item 17: February 28: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, Bruce Griffin speaking on “C.S. Lewis on the Gospels” (1 program).
Item 18: March 7: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, Dr. Barbara Reynolds speaking on “C.S. Lewis and Dorothy L. Sayers” (1 program).
Item 19: March 13: Lunch and Learn on "C.S. Lewis: Personal Struggles"Add to your cart.
Lunch and Learn, First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn, Marjorie Mead speaking on “C.S. Lewis: Personal Struggles” (1 schedule, 1 newspaper article).
Item 20: March 22: Meeting of the Toronto C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society, Dr. Roland M. Kawano speaking on A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis, The Salvation Army Heritage Centre in Toronto (1 flyer).
Item 21: April 8: "C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia” presented by The Wade Center, HMS Bookfair at Barnes and Noble (1 schedule).
Item 22: April 25: Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society (1 program).
Item 23: May 6: Spring Luncheon of the Naperville Branch of AAUWAdd to your cart.
Spring Luncheon of the Naperville Branch of AAUW including a program on C.S. Lewis by Marjorie L. Mead, Naperville Country Club, Illinois (1 letter).
Item 24: May 10: Meeting of the Toronto C.S. Lewis SocietyAdd to your cart.
Meeting of the Toronto C.S. Lewis Society (1 flyer, see March 22)
Item 25: June 8-10: "Understanding C.S. Lewis" WorkshopAdd to your cart.
A One-Credit Hour, Three Day Graduate/Undergraduate Workshop “Understanding C.S. Lewis” taught by Dr. Bruce L. Edwards at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio (1 email).
Item 26: July 10-23: C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Queen's CollegeAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Queen’s College, Cambridge, England (1 advertisement).
Item 27: July 22-29: C.S. Lewis Study Tour with Rev. Earl Palmer and John R. ScottAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Study Tour to London and Oxford led by Rev. Earl Palmer and John R. Stott. Organized by the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and First Century Voyages of Chapel Hill, North Carolina (1 brochure).
Item 28: September 1-October 31: "The Great Narnia Competition"Add to your cart.
“The Great Narnia Competition” put on by Puffin Books in the United Kingdom (1 brochure).
Item 29: September 12: Lecture on C.S. Lewis at First Christian ChurchAdd to your cart.
Lecture by Marjorie L. Mead on C.S. Lewis for the First Christian Church, Glen Ellyn, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 30: September 17: "C.S. Lewis: His Books and Spiritual Life"Add to your cart.
Chris Mitchell speaking on “C. S. Lewis: His Books and Spiritual Life” at Calvary Episcopal Church, Batavia, IL (1 letter, 1 newspaper article).
Item 31: September 18-19: "Surprised by Faith: The Spiritual Journey of C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
The Christensen Symposium, “Surprised by Faith: The Spiritual Journey of C.S. Lewis,” Augsburg College, Minneapolis (1 poster).
Item 32: October 15: "The C.S. Lewis Collection" Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Radio show entitled “The C.S. Lewis Collection” aired at 6:30AM on a program called “Vantage Point” on WTMX-FM (101.9) (1 letter).
Item 33: November 14-19: Performance of Shadowlands at the Edinburgh Festival TheatreAdd to your cart.
Performance of Shadowlands by William Nicholson, starring Anton Rodgers and Elizabeth Garvie, Edinburgh Festival Theatre (1 flyer).
Item 34: December 17: Television segement on LewisAdd to your cart.
Television segment on C.S. Lewis aired on the Coral Ridge Hour, 8PM, Channel 38 (1 letter).
Folder 1994Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 6: Screening of "Shadowlands" and dessert receptionAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Society advanced screening of Sir Richard Attenborough’s “Shadowlands” and dessert reception with Douglas Gresham at Edwards Town Center Cinema and the Westin Hotel (1 flyer).
Item 2: February 27: Shadowlands Part I at First Presbyterian Church of Glen EllynAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, Shadowlands, BBC Style, Part I (1 brochure).
Item 3: March 6: Shadowlands Part II at First Presbyterian Church of Glen EllynAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, Shadowlands, BBC Style, Part II (1 brochure).
Item 4: March 8: Listening at Lunch: Reflecting on ShadowlandsAdd to your cart.
Listening at Lunch, Marj Mead, Associate Director of the Wade Center, plans to share her reflections on the life of C.S. Lewis as portrayed recently in the Shadowlands movie (2 flyers).
Item 5: March 13: The Real Clive Staples Lewis presentationAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, The Real Clive Staples Lewis, a slide presentation on Lewis’ life (1 brochure).
Item 6: March 20: Hard Copy: A Look Behind the ScenesAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, Hard Copy: A Look Behind the Scenes, video clips and interviews from the current Attenborough movie (1 brochure).
Item 7: March 27: A Grief ObservedAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, A Grief Observed, how Lewis dealt with the loss of his wife (1 brochure).
Item 8: April 10: The Problem of PainAdd to your cart.
The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn School of Christian Living, The Problem of Pain, how Lewis answered the question, “Why does God allow suffering?” (1 brochure).
Item 9: May 15 and 22: Presentation on C.S. Lewis to the Adult Education Class of Park Ridge Community ChurchAdd to your cart.
Presentation on C.S. Lewis to the Adult Education Class of Park Ridge  Community Church by Marjorie Mead (1 letter).
Item 10: July 10-23: "Cosmos and Creation: Chance or Dance?"Add to your cart.
Cambridge ‘94, “Cosmos and Creation: Chance or Dance?” C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Queens’ College, Cambridge University (1 brochure).
Item 11: July 31-August 7: C.S. Lewis: Twentieth Century Christian study tourAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis: Twentieth Century Christian study tour with Rev. Earl Palmer to London and Oxford, England (1 brochure).
Item 12: August 1-5: "The Legacy of C.S. Lewis" CourseAdd to your cart.
“The Legacy of C.S. Lewis” course at the Institute for Contemporary Christianity summer school in St. Peter’s Church, London, England (1 brochure).
Item 13: August 5-7: A Lewis WeekendAdd to your cart.
A Lewis Weekend, at Passionist Retreat House in Riverdale, New York (2 registration forms).
Item 14: October 14: Evangelical Church Library Association 25th Anniversary Special EventAdd to your cart.
Evangelical Church Library Association 25th Anniversary Special Event, Billy Graham Center Museum Reception and Tour and C.S. Lewis/Joy Davidman Lecture by Marjorie Mead, Wheaton, IL (1 flyer).
Item 15: October 16 and 23: Lecture on the Spiritual Journey of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Lecture on the Spiritual Journey of C.S. Lewis by Christopher Mitchell at the Presbyterian Church of Barrington, Barrington Hills, Illinois (1 letter).
Item 16: October 24-29: "Shadowlands" playAdd to your cart.
“Shadowlands” play at The Playhouse Oxford, England (2 flyers, 1 brochure).
Folder 1993Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 1: Deadline for "C.S. Lewis and Post-Modern Criticism"Add to your cart.
Deadline to submit articles on “C.S. Lewis and Post-Modern Criticism” for publication in The Lamp-Post.
Item 2: June 25-29: 1993 C.S. Lewis Institute Conference in Celebration of the Moral ImaginationAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute XIV, 1993 Conference in Celebration of the Moral Imagination, Seattle Pacific University (1 brochure).
Item 3: July 15-18, Septemer 10-November 27: "Shadowlands" playAdd to your cart.
“Shadowlands” play at Piper’s Alley, Chicago (1 advertisement, 1 brochure, 2 programs).
Item 4: July 26-30: "The Once and Future Sage: Wisdom in the Ransom Trilogy"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Summer Workshop “The Once and Future Sage: Wisdom in the Ransom Trilogy,” The Benedictine monastery, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 5: July 26-30: "C.S. Lewis: Twentieth Century Christian"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: Twentieth Century Christian,” The Institute for Contemporary Christianity Summer Programme, St. Peter’s Church, London (1 program, 1 article, 1 flyer).
Item 6: August 1: Deadline for "Transposition"Add to your cart.
Deadline to submit articles on ”Transposition” to The Lamp-Post (1 flyer).
Item 7: November 1: Deadline for "The Space Trilogy as Social Criticism"Add to your cart.
Deadline to submit articles on “The Space Trilogy as Social Criticism” to The Lamp-Post (1 flyer).
Item 8: November 5-6: "C.S. Lewis: Life, Thought and Works" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis: Life, Thought and Works,” a conference presented by The C.S. Lewis Institute at The Falls Church Episcopal Church, Falls Church, Virginia (1 brochure).
Folder 1992: July 27-31: "A Bus Ride with C.S. Lewis: A study of The Great Divorce"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Fifteenth Annual Summer Workshop “A Bus Ride with C.S. Lewis: A study of The Great Divorce” (1 flyer).
Folder 1991Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 15: "C.S. Lewis Imagining Heaven"Add to your cart.
“C.S. Lewis Imagining Heaven,” C.S. Lewis Memorial Lecture at the Irish Christian Study Centre (2 flyers).
Item 2: May 17-June 2: "Narnia-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" MusicalAdd to your cart.
“Narnia-The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” musical at Isthmus Playhouse, Madison Civic Center, Madison, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 2 programs).
Item 3: June 8: 50th Anniversary Celebration of The Weight of GloryAdd to your cart.
50th Anniversary Celebration of the original delivery of the sermon The Weight of Glory, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Monrovia, California, sponsored by the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society (1 flyer).
Item 4: June 17-July 11: C.S. Lewis Institute XIVAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute XIV, Seattle Pacific University (1 program).
Item 5: June 30-July 12: "Muses Unbound: Transfiguring the Imagination"Add to your cart.
Oxford ‘91, “Muses Unbound: Transfiguring the Imagination,” C.S. Lewis Summer Institute, Oxford University (1 poster).
Item 6: July 7: "The Weight of Glory" 50th Anniversary Commemorative Service and Choral EveningAdd to your cart.
“The Weight of Glory” 50th Anniversary Commemorative Service and Choral Evening, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford ’91 (1 program).
Item 7: July 29-August 2: "Facets of Mere Christianity"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society fourteenth annual Summer Workshop “Facets of Mere Christianity” (1 flyer).
Item 8: September 18, 20, 21: Three part series on C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Three-part series on C.S. Lewis, St. Andrew’s Church, Downers Grove, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 9: September 18-October 5: "Shadowlands" PerformanceAdd to your cart.
“Shadowlands” play at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Millbrook, Guildford, Surrey (1 program; in folder marked “Shadowlands 1991”).
Folder 1990Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 10: Auditions for "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"Add to your cart.
Auditions for “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” at the Little Theater of Norfolk, Claremont and Raleigh Avenues (1 newspaper advertisement).
Item 2: June 18-July 12: C.S. Lewis Institute XIIIAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute XIII, Seattle Pacific University (1 brochure with registration form).
Item 3: June 26-30: Conference in Celebration of Permanent ThingsAdd to your cart.
Conference in Celebration of Permanent Things, Seattle Pacific University (advertised on the above brochure).
Item 4: August 6-10: "C.S. Lewis as Critic-Reading Otherness in Life"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Summer Institute, “C.S. Lewis as Critic-Reading Otherness in Life.” Located at St. Andrew’s Priory, Valyermo, California (1 flyer).
Item 5: November 5-10: "Voyage of the Dawn Treader" and "The Horse and His Boy" at the Apollo TheatreAdd to your cart.
“Voyage of the Dawn Treader” and “The Horse and His Boy” plays at the Apollo Theatre, Oxford, England (2 flyers).
Item 6: November 11: "Shadowlands"Add to your cart.
“Shadowlands” play at Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York (2 playbills; in folder marked “Shadowlands 1991”).
Folder 1989Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 17-March 7: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 program, 1 letter).
Item 2: Mach 13-18: The Magician's Nephew and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe performancesAdd to your cart.
The Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe plays at Derngate, Northampton (1 brochure).
Item 3: March 28: "C.S. Lewis: Keys to His Extraordinary Effectiveness"Add to your cart.
Seventh Annual C. S. Lewis Lecture “C. S. Lewis: Keys to His Extraordinary Effectiveness” with Lyle W. Dorsett at Patten Chapel, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN (1 brochure).
Item 4: March 29-April 1:  C.S. Lewis Down South FestivalAdd to your cart.
C. S. Lewis Down South festival, includes articles, schedules, mailings, bumper stickers, and other materials. Lyle W. Dorsett spoke and received a certificate (included, photo), also William Griffin, Dabney Hart, and Thomas Howard. In Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Item 5: April 25-June 13: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 program).
Item 6: June 25-30: C.S. Lewis: His Journey and Ours ConferenceAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis: His Journey and Ours popular Christianity and Literature Conference at Kanuga Episcopal Center, Hendersonville, North Carolina (2 brochures, 1 program, 1 advertisement).
Item 7: June 26-July 1: C.S. Lewis Institute XIIAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute XII at Seattle Pacific University, Washington (1 brochure with registration form).
Item 8: October 5, 23: Shadowlands performancesAdd to your cart.
Shadowlands play at The Queens (a Stoll Moss Theatre) (premiere at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth) (3 brochures, 2 programs).
Item 9: October 10-November 28: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 program).
Item 10: October 25: Irish Christian Study Center's 6th C.S. Lewis Memorial LectureAdd to your cart.
Irish Christian Study Center’s 6th C.S. Lewis Memorial Lecture at French Lecture Theatre, Queen’s University, Ireland (2 flyers).
Folder 1988Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 29: "C.S. Lewis, the Oxford Christians and American Evangelicals" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Brochure for “C. S. Lewis, the Oxford Christians and American Evangelicals” 1988 Interdisciplinary Conference with speakers Lyle Dorsett, Pat Hargis, Rolland Hein, and Alzina Stone Dale. Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois (1 program).
Item 2: February 11-12: "C.S. Lewis And the Christian Life"Add to your cart.
The Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Program “C. S. Lewis And the Christian Life” with Lyle W. Dorsett. Asbury College, Wilmore, Kentucky. (1 program)
Item 3: April 8-June and September-November: A Woman's Place: A mother, a mentor, a missionary, a messenger and a minister meetAdd to your cart.
A Woman’s Place: A mother, a mentor, a missionary, a messenger and a minister meet, a play with music. Joy Lewis is portrayed (3 brochures).
Item 4: June 30-July 3: "C.S. Lewis and the Christian Life" SeminarAdd to your cart.
Seminar on “C.S. Lewis and the Christian Life” given by Lyle Dorsett at the Cornerstone Festival, Lake County Fairgrounds, Illinios. (1 program)
Item 5: July 3-16: The Christian & the Contemporary UniversityAdd to your cart.
The Christian & the Contemporary University (C.S. Lewis Summer Institute) in Oxford, England (1 poster).
Item 6: July 14: Choral Eucharist in remembrance of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Choral Eucharist in remembrance of C.S. Lewis at Magdalen College Chapel, Oxford, England (1 program).
Item 7: August 5-7: C.S. Lewis WeekendAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Weekend at the Passionist Retreat House, Riverdale, New York (1 brochure).
Item 8: August 6-10: "C.S. Lewis as Critic - Reading Otherness in Life"Add to your cart.
The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Summer Institute, “C.S.Lewis as Critic - Reading Otherness in Life,” St. Andrew’s Priory, Valyermo, California (1 article).
Item 9: September 12-13: Series of lectures on C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Series of lectures on C. S. Lewis in Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar Program Lecture Series at Krehbiel Auditorium, Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas. (1 article)
Item 10: November 22: A Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving: Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Death of C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
A Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving: commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the death of C.S. Lewis at the Parish of St. Luke, Monrovia, California (1 flyer).
Folder 1987Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe playAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play at Centre Stage Theatre, New Brunswick, Canada (1 program).
Item 2: January 20-March 10: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 program).
Item 3: April 23 & 27, May 4, 11, 14, 18, & 25: C.S. Lewis and George MacDonald: The Dynamics of Literary TheologyAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis and George MacDonald: The Dynamics of Literary Theology at Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee (1 brochure).
Item 4: April 25: C.S. Lewis SymposiumAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Symposium at Christ Church, Grosse Point, Michigan (1 program, 2 mailings)
Item 5: April 28-Jun 20: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 brochure).
Item 6: October 2-4: "Lessons from C.S. Lewis on Witnessing" and "More on Lewis"Add to your cart.
All Concordia Evangelism Conference including “Lessons from C. S. Lewis on Witnessing” and “More On Lewis” lectures by Lyle W. Dorsett. Concordia College, Wisconsin. (1 letter, 1 schedule)
Item 7: October 13-December 1: Oxford C.S. Lewis Society MeetingsAdd to your cart.
Oxford C.S. Lewis Society meetings at Pusey House, Oxford, England (1 brochure).
Item 8: November 21, 28, December 5, 12, 19, 26:  The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe PlayAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play at Little Palm Theatre, Florida (1 program).
Folder 1986Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 7-8: C.S. Lewis FairAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Fair at the First Presbyterian Church, Royal Oak, Michigan (1 flyer).
Item 2: September 29-October 11: Narnia the MusicalAdd to your cart.
Narnia the Musical, at Christ & St. Stephen’s Church (1 program).
Item 3: October 6-11: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader playAdd to your cart.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader play at the Apollo Theatre, Oxford, England (2 flyers, 1 program).
Folder 1985Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 18: "Christian Discipleship: Obedience and Service in Lewis's Life and Writing"Add to your cart.
Lyle Dorsett speaks on “Christian Discipleship: Obedience and Service in Lewis’s Life and Writing” with English dinner at the School of Humanities, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA (1 menu, 1 memo).
Item 2: June 14-July 13: C.S. Lewis Institute VIIIAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute VIII: A Festival Celebration featuring Lyle W. Dorsett at Seattle Pacific University (1 catalogue, 2 brochures).
Item 3: July 15-26: C.S. Lewis Summer SchoolAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Summer School at St. Deiniol’s Library, Hawarden (2 flyers)
Item 4: October 7-12: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe PlayAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play at the Apollo Theatre, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Item 5: October 23: Lecture on C.S. Lewis and his worksAdd to your cart.
Lecture on C. S. Lewis and his works by Lyle W. Dorsett. Chalfant Hall, Olivet Nazarene College, Bourbonnais, Illinois. (2 articles)
Item 6: November 2: Program about C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Program about C.S. Lewis given by Father Peter Milward in Japan (1 poster).
Folder 1984Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 18: "The Search for Mrs. C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
Lyle Dorsett speaks on “The Search for Mrs. C.S. Lewis” at University Baptist Church, Santa Cruz, California (2 bulletins).
Item 2: April 15-17: Lecture on C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Dr. Lyle Dorsett Lecturing on C.S. Lewis in Pueblo, Colorado, Downtown Churches (2 flyers, 2 newspaper clippings, 2 bulletins).
Item 3: November 17-December 8: Ausstellung, C.S. LewisAdd to your cart.
Ausstellung, C.S. Lewis (1898-1963), Leben-Werk-Wirkung, Universitatsbibliothek Basel (1 poster).
Item 4: November 30 & December 1: C.S. Lewis on StageAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis on Stage at the Long Beach Convention Center Theater, Long Beach, California (1 letter, 1 poster).
Item 5: December 7: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe PlayAdd to your cart.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe play at Westminster, Palace St. SW, London, England (1 advertisement).
Folder 1983: "Song of the Lion" PlayAdd to your cart.
“Song of the Lion,” British play on the life of C.S. Lewis, Publicity Materials and photographs (1 booklet, 1 review, 8 photographs).
Folder 1981Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 31-February 1: Weekend of Fantasty, Presence, and PresentsAdd to your cart.
Weekend of fantasy, presence and presents based on C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, a retreat at Camp Jones Gulch (All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Palo Alto, California) (1 newsletter).
Item 2: April 7-May 26: "Modern Mythology: The Fiction of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams"Add to your cart.
“Modern Mythology: The Fiction of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams” taught by Joe McClatchy. An Adult Education Seminar at the Newberry Library in Chicago (1 brochure).
Folder 1980Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 28: "C.S. Lewis: Critic, Creator, and Cult Figure"Add to your cart.
The 1980 Mars Lecture, “C.S. Lewis: Critic, Creator, and Cult Figure,” held at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (2 brochures).
Item 2: June 14-July 12: C.S. Lewis Institute IIIAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute III, Summer Session at Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington (1 course listing with registration form).
Item 3: June 27: Song of the Lion [world premiere]Add to your cart.
Song of the Lion with Hugh Manning as C.S. Lewis at the Ludlow Summer Festival (preview at Collegiate Theatre, London) (1 program). (Preview June 23-25)
Item 4: September 25: Song of the Lion (first show)Add to your cart.
Song of the Lion with Hugh Manning as C.S. Lewis at the Westminster Theater, London (1 letter, 1 schedule, 1 donor brochure [2 copies]).
Folder 1979Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 29-April 21: Till We Have Faces PerformanceAdd to your cart.
Till We Have Faces performed by the Edyth Bush Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1 program).
Item 2: May 29-June 1: "Dear Wormwood" PerformanceAdd to your cart.
“Dear Wormwood” performed by Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, England (1 program).
Item 3: June 11-July 14: C.S. Lewis Institute IIAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute II, Summer Session at Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington (1 brochure with registration form).
Item 4: June 11: "Aslan's Forum"Add to your cart.
“Aslan’s Forum” an organization in Rochester, Minnesota (mailing list request with picture of Aslan given by Ivan Fahs of Wheaton College in September 22, 1998)
Item 5: November 9-10: C.S. Lewis WeekendAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Weekend at the Center for Christian Studies (1 program, 1 brochure).
Folder 1978Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 19-July 15: C.S. Lewis InstituteAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis Institute, Seattle Pacific University: workshops, theatre, courses, and public lectures (1 registration form).
Item 2: November 3: "An Evening With C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
“An Evening With C.S. Lewis” performed by Tom Key at the Chapel Dedication Services, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois (2 flyers).
Folder 1976: August 16-22: "A Week with C.S. Lewis III" Summer WorkshopAdd to your cart.
Valyermo Summer Workshops, “A Week with C.S. Lewis III,” lectures and discussions on Lewis’ moral mythology (1 flyer).
Folder 1969Add to your cart.
Item 1: November 20-22: Perelandra PerformanceAdd to your cart.
Perelandra performed by Haverford-Bryn Mawr Drama Club, New York (1 program).
Item 2: November 29, 1969: Narnia Conference ProceedingsAdd to your cart.
Mythopoeic Society conference in the Theatre of Living Arts Building of Palms Park, West Los Angeles. 1 booklet of printed proceedings. (Additional copies stored in book collection. See call no.: PR478.F35 M982 1970)
Folder No DateAdd to your cart.
Item 8: November 8-December 18: The Screwtape Letters PerformanceAdd to your cart.
The Screwtape Letters presented by Saltmine Theatre Company, Dudley, West Midlands (1 schedule, 4 flyers)
Item 2: "C.S. Lewis On Stage"Add to your cart.
Tom Key Presents “C.S. Lewis On Stage,” promotional material (1 brochure).
Series 6: George MacDonaldAdd to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 2018: October 12-14: "George MacDonald: The Legacy Continues"Add to your cart.
Weekend conference held by Sunrise Books Publishers in cooperation with WisePath Books in Folsom, CA. 2pp.
Folder 2005Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 13-15: "George MacDonald 1824-1905"Add to your cart.
"George MacDonald 1824-1905" international symposium of Inklings-Society for Literature and Aesthetics in Oberwesel, Germany (1 brochure).
Item 2: July 23: The George MacDonald Centenary ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The George MacDonald Centenary Conference in Worchester, United Kingdom (1 website post).
Item 3: September 18: "Convegno In Onore di George MacDonald Nel I Centenario Della Sua Morte"Add to your cart.
2006 Email from Barbara Reynolds to Marj Mead in regards to 2005 GM Centenary event in Bordighera, Italy. Photocopies of program and poster for the event put on by Comune di Bordighera Assessorato Cultura e Turismo and Philobiblon Edizioni. Both in Italian. 7 photos from event (including Casa Coraggio). 3pp.
Folder 2004: June 4-6: The Golden Key Weekend Conference & WorkshopAdd to your cart.
The Golden Key Weekend Conference & Workshop; at Windom House Conference Center, Litchfield, Connecticut (1 brochure).
Folder 2002: August 8-10: The George MacDonald Society Summer School, Exhibition and BookfairAdd to your cart.
The George MacDonald Society Summer School, Exhibition and Bookfair; in Huntly, England (1 program).
Folder 2000: September 8: C.S. Lewis & Friends SocietyAdd to your cart.
C.S. Lewis & Friends Society 2000-2001 Schedule
Series 7: Dorothy L. SayersAdd to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 2019: March 8: "She Writes" stage readingAdd to your cart.
Announcement and script of Jo Kadlecek's play "Speak, Easy" put on by Anglican Deaconess Ministries and Joining the Dots Theatre Company in Sydney, Australia. 50pp.
Folder 2011: December 12: "The Man Born To Be King"Add to your cart.
“The Man Born To Be King,” a Reader’s Theater Production at the Christian Arts Auditorium, Christ Community Church, Zion, IL (1 flyer).
Folder 2009: May 1-June 21: "Busman's Honeymoon"Add to your cart.
“Busman’s Honeymoon” stage adaptation presented by Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois (2 postcards, 2 programs, 2 ticket stubs, 1 advertisement, 1 ticket).
Folder 2008: January 15: Service of Commemoration 50 years after the death of D.L. SayersAdd to your cart.
Service of Commemoration 50 years after the death of Dorothy L. Sayers at St. Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey (1 invitation).
Folder 2006: June 2-July 30: "Gaudy Night"Add to your cart.
“Gaudy Night” stage adaptation presented by Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois. Script is stored in the book collection, PR6037.A95 G38 A3 L5 2005. (1 brochure, 2 postcards, 1 program, 2 ticket stubs, 1 dramaturgy research packet, 3 photos, 1 info sheet, 1 press clippings packet). Perfomed at Wheaton College June 16, 2007 at the Dorothy L. Sayers Society Conference. See Wade History Archive.
Folder 2004Add to your cart.
Item 1: January-April: The Man Born To Be KingAdd to your cart.
The Man Born To Be King plays performed by Cameo Theatre Company at St. Mark’s Church, Newnham, Cambridge. (1 program for each play and promotional materials)
Item 2: August: "Strong Poison"Add to your cart.
“Strong Poison” play presented by Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois. Script is stored in the book collection (1 program, 1 brochure, 1 press release, 1 photo).
Folder 2003: October 14: "Creed without Chaos: the Theological Contributions of Dorothy L. Sayers"Add to your cart.
“Creed without Chaos: the Theological Contributions of Dorothy L. Sayers” lecture at George Fox University (1 program, 1 poster).
Folder 2002Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 21-August 18: "Whose Body?" World Premiere AdaptationAdd to your cart.
“Whose Body?” world premiere adaptation at Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois (poster advertising it). Script is stored in the book collection (2 postcards, 2 programs1 advertisement, 2 flyers).
Item 2: October 5: "Sayers in the 21st Century" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“Sayers in the 21st Century” conference at the University of London Institute of English Studies, London, England (1 poster).
Folder 2000: October 27-29: "The Romance of Faith" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“The Romance of Faith”—A Conference on the Fiction, Drama and Theology of DLS Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania (1 brochure, 1 flyer, 1 photograph of Chris Mitchell).
Folder 1999Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 28: Publication date of The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers, Volume Three, 1944-1950: A Noble DaringAdd to your cart.
Publication date of The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers, Volume Three, 1944-1950: A Noble Daring edited by Barbara Reynolds with preface by P.D. James (1 order form).
Item 2: August 1: Service of Evening Prayer to Commemorate the Reverend Robert C. SayersAdd to your cart.
Service of Evening Prayer to Commemorate the Reverend Robert Creagh Sayers, Curate of the parish and grandfather of Dorothy L. Sayers, at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Tittleshall (2 bulletins).
Item 3: September 26: The Man Born To Be King Performance ReadingsAdd to your cart.
The Dorothy L. Sayers Society and Radius present The Man Born To Be King by Dorothy L. Sayers, performance readings of plays 5, 7, and 8 at The City Temple, Holborn Viaduct (2 brochures, 1 program, 2 articles).
Folder 1998Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 2-July 3: Busman's HoneymoonAdd to your cart.
Performance of Busman’s Honeymoon at the Taproot Theatre Company in Seattle, Washington (1 email).
Item 2: September 21: Deadline for entering music for The Man Born to be King CompetitionAdd to your cart.
Deadline for entering music in the prize competition for incidental music for The Man Born to be King, sponsored by the Dorothy L. Sayers Society (1 flyer).
Item 3: October 20: "Dorothy Sayers: Detective Novelist and Christian Playwright"Add to your cart.
Women of St. Chrysostom’s Luncheon and Presentation, “Dorothy Sayers: Detective Novelist and Christian Playwright” by Marjorie Mead (1 schedule).
Item 4: November 8: "Dorothy L. Sayers: A 'Mere Christian'"Add to your cart.
“Dorothy L. Sayers: A ‘Mere Christian’” presented by Chris Mitchell, St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church, Glen Ellyn, IL (1 flyer).
Item 5: November 15: "Dorothy L. Sayers: A 'Mere Christian'"Add to your cart.
“Dorothy L. Sayers: A ‘Mere Christian’” presented by Chris Mitchell, St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church, Glen Ellyn, IL (1 flyer).
Item 6: November 22: "Dorothy L. Sayers: A 'Mere Christian'"Add to your cart.
“Dorothy L. Sayers: A ‘Mere Christian’” presented by Chris Mitchell, St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church, Glen Ellyn, IL (1 flyer).
Folder 1997: July 25-August 10: Love AllAdd to your cart.
Love All presented by Act Inc. Fontbonne College Theater, Clayton, Missouri (1 program, 1 article).
Folder 1996Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 27: "Dorothy L. - A dramatic portrait of Dorothy L. Sayers"Add to your cart.
Special Wade Center Performance of “Dorothy L.—A dramatic portrait of Dorothy L. Sayers” by Catherine Kenney, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL (1 flyer).
Item 2: June 19-July 21: "Dorothy L. - A Dramatic Portrait of Dorothy L. Sayers"Add to your cart.
“Dorothy L. - A Dramatic Portrait of Dorothy L. Sayers” by Catherine Kenney, American premiere, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois (2 Brochures, 1 postcard, 1 program).
Item 3: Fall: "Dorothy L. Sayers" College of DuPage ClassAdd to your cart.
College of DuPage Fall Quarter On-Campus Credit Classes, “Dorothy L. Sayers” (1 advertisement).
Item 4: Fall: "Busman's Honeymoon" 60th AnniversaryAdd to your cart.
“Busman’s Honeymoon” 60th anniversary at the Comedy Theatre (1 program).
Folder 1994Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 21-October 15: Busman's Honeymoon at the 1994 Shaw FestivalAdd to your cart.
Busman’s Honeymoon stage adaptation as part of the Shaw Festival 1994 Royal George Theatre, Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, Canada (2 programs).
Item 2: April 27: Barbara Reynolds book signing and receptionAdd to your cart.
Book signing and reception with Barbara Reynolds in honor of her nomination for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Dorothy L. Sayers: Her Life and Soul at Brentanos, New York (1 flyer [pc]).
Item 3: June 17-29: Mystery Readers' Walks in EnglandAdd to your cart.
Mystery Readers’ Walks in England, escorted by Kathleen Picken, Guest Lecturer Alzina Stone Dale (1 flyer).
Item 4: September 16: Unveiling of the statue of Dorothy L. Sayers in WithamAdd to your cart.
Unveiling of the statue of Dorothy L. Sayers in Witham, Essex (1 announcement, 1 program, 1 order form).
Folder 1993Add to your cart.
See also: Dorothy L. Sayers Centenary Archive
Item 1: June 13: Dorothy L. Sayers Centenary ServiceAdd to your cart.
Dorothy L. Sayers Centenary service, Christ Church Cathedral (1 program, 1 sermon).
Item 2: June 19: Sayers Centenary Celebration at Centuries & Sleuths BookstoreAdd to your cart.
Sayers Centenary Celebration at Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, Oak Park, Illinois (1 advertisement).
Item 3: September 12: Sermon by Rt. Revd. S. W. SykesAdd to your cart.
Sermon preached by Rt. Revd. S.W. Sykes, Christchurch Parish Church (2 sermons).
Item 4: September 24-26: Dorothy L. Sayers Centennial Celebration in the Inn Towner hotelAdd to your cart.
Dorothy L. Sayers Centennial Celebration in the Inn Towner hotel, Madison, Wisconsin (1 brochure).
Item 5: September 25: Sayers Centennial Celebration: "A Service of Evensong"Add to your cart.
Sayers Centennial Celebration “A Service of Evensong” at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Madison, Wisconsin (1 program [pc]).
Item 6: December 9-January 8: Lord Peter Wimsey & The Bergholt BellsAdd to your cart.
Lord Peter Wimsey & The Bergholt Bells at Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich (1 flyer [pc]).
Folder 1991Add to your cart.
Item 1: Spring: University Vacations BookletAdd to your cart.
9th Annual Dublin, Oxford, and Cambridge University Vacations Booklet. Contains Dorothy L. Sayers content on pages 18 and 25. 2 copies
Item 2: June 8: Prof. Catherine Kenney lecture and book signingAdd to your cart.
Lecture and book signing by Professor Catherine Kenney at the Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore, Oak Park, Illinois (1 invitation).
Item 3: September 21: "A Wimsical Evening"Add to your cart.
“A Wimsical evening,” meeting of the Criterion Bar Association with guest Catherine Kenney (1 newsletter).
Folder 1990Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 17: Reading from Sayer's novels in the churchAdd to your cart.
Friends of Hollywell Cemetery Newsletter: Readings from Sayer’s novels in the church, in Oxford (1 program [pc]).
Item 2: October 27: Spires LuncheonAdd to your cart.
Spires Luncheon (after presentation of portrait of Lord Peter to Balliol College) at The Randolph, Oxford (1 program with signed guest list  [pc]).
Item 3: November 24: Lunch to celebrate the 100th brithday of Lord Peter WimseyAdd to your cart.
Luncheon to celebrate the 100th birthday of Lord Peter Wimsey at the Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly (1 program [pc]).
Folder 1989Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 10-14: "Dorothy L. Sayers: A Matter of Life and Death"Add to your cart.
“Dorothy L. Sayers: A Matter of Life and Death” at The Old Fire Station Theatre, Oxford (1 postcard).
Item 2: April 19-June 4: "Busman's Honeymoon"Add to your cart.
“Busman’s Honeymoon” at Historic Carroll Hall, Washington, D.C. (1 program [pc]).
Folder 1988: July 12-August 27: "Busman's Honeymoon"Add to your cart.
“Busman’s Honeymoon” at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith (2 flyers), Program.
Folder 1987Add to your cart.
Item 1: August 2: Rev. John Simpson on thanksgiving for the life and work of Dorothy L. SayersAdd to your cart.
A Sermon on the occasion of a service of thanksgiving for the life and work of Dorothy L. Sayers by Rev. John Simpson, Canterbury Cathedral (1 sermon).
Item 2: September 30: Luncheon to commemorate Dorothy L. SayersAdd to your cart.
Luncheon to commemorate Dorothy L. Sayers at Somerville College, Oxford (1 invitation).
Folder 1985Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 21: An Evening With Liszt, Petrarch, and DanteAdd to your cart.
An Evening With Liszt, Petrarch, and Dante at the University of Cambridge Music School Concert Hall, Cambridge, England (1 pc  program).
Item 2: August: Dorothy L. Sayers Society Somerville ConventionAdd to your cart.
Dorothy L. Sayers Society Somerville Convention, Somerville College, Oxford, England (1 attendance list, 1 program, 1 minutes, 2 schedules, 1 information sheet, 2 letters, 23 photographs and 11 negatives - digitized).
Folder 1978: April 20-22: Dorothy L. Sayers FestivalAdd to your cart.
Dorothy L. Sayers Festival, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL (2 articles).
Folder 1977: September 28: Reception for the publication of Wilkie Collins: A Critical and Biographical StudyAdd to your cart.
Reception honoring Dr. E.R. Gregory on the occasion of the publishing of Dorothy L. Sayers’ Wilkie Collins: A Critical and Biographical Study at the University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio (1 program).
Folder No date: November 26: Beasts and Saints: A Dorothy L. Sayers EveningAdd to your cart.
Beasts and Saints: A Dorothy L. Sayers Evening at St. Nicolas Church, Chipping Hill, Witham, Essex. The Dorothy L. Sayers Society (3 programs, 2 invitations).
Folder 2017: September 16-17: "Spirit of Sayers: A Community Arts Festival"Add to your cart.
St. Mary's Church, Bluntisham cum Earith. (1 program and 1 poster)
Series 8: J.R.R. TolkienAdd to your cart.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 2018Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 23: New York Tolkien ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Held at William and Anita Newman Library. Printout from website of information for the conference, as well as info page on the New York Tolkien Conference and other 2018 Tolkien-related events. 4pp.
Item 2: June-October: Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth exhibitionAdd to your cart.
Bodleian Library, Oxford. Includes Bodleian events booklet (April-June) and exhibition brochure.
Folder 2017: June 1-4: Mythmoot IV: "Invoking Wonder..."Add to your cart.
Held at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA. Signum Univerity. (1 Informational packet and 1 description and review of conference by The Oddest Inkling (theoddestinkling.wordpress.com).
Folder 2016Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 7-February 27, 2017: J.R.R. Tolkien in Staffordshire Touring ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
J.R.R. Tolkien in Staffordshire touring exhibition. Organized by the Haywood Society. (1 website printout)
Item 2: Novebmer 5-7: Urbana Theological Seminary's Fifth Annual Tolkien ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Urbana Theological Seminary’s Fifth Annual Tolkien Conference. (1 save the date, 1 schedule, 1 speaker list)
Folder 2015: September 19: Tolkien ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Tolkien Conference hosted by Urbana Theological Seminary. (1 program)
Folder 2014Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 1: "A Tolkien Conference"Add to your cart.
Flyer: “A Tolkien Conference” presented by Urbana Theological Seminary, at University Baptist Church, Champaign, IL.
Item 2: March 23: "Why is Tolkien's Hobbit so Compelling?"Add to your cart.
Flyer: “Why is Tolkien’s Hobbit so Compelling?” lecture by Dr. Jerry Root at Naperville Presbyterian Church, Naperville, IL.
Folder 2011Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 25-26: 3rd Conference on Middle-earthAdd to your cart.
Contains letter dated January 2016 by Mike Frank about the 3rd Conference on Middle-earth held in Westford, MA at the Westford Regency Inn and Conference Center. Letter also mentions the NE Ohio C.S. Lewis Society and 2 papers, now stored in Author Societies Archive. 1p.
Item 2: August 15-21: Ravinia Program Magazine featuring "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring"Add to your cart.
Ravinia Program Magazine featuring “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” movie (1 magazine).
Folder 2010Add to your cart.
Item 1: August 13-15: Festival in the ShireAdd to your cart.
Festival in the Shire, Machynlleth, Wales, United Kingdom (1 website print-out, 2 articles).
Item 2: August 13-14, 16: Edge of the Wild: a J.R.R. Tolkien and Fantasy Inspire ExhibitAdd to your cart.
Edge of the Wild, a JRR Tolkien and Fantasy Inspired Exhibit, The Redesdale Hall, Gloucestershire, Englands (1 brochure).
Folder 2009: May 16-17: The Middles Earth Weekend 2009Add to your cart.
The Middle Earth Weekend 2009 at the Shire County Park, Hall Green, Birmingham, England (1 brochure).
Folder 2007Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 4-6: "Beyond Middle Earth: Tolkien's Shorter Works"Add to your cart.
Walking Tree Publishers Decennial Conference “Beyond Middle Earth: Tolkien’s Shorter Works” Tolkien seminar. Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany (1 website print-out, 1 program).
Item 2: June 16-August 25: "Women in Tolkien" and "The Art and Science of Magic in Middle-earth"Add to your cart.
The Northern Hemisphere Tolkien Society Seminar "Women in Tolkien" in Wolfson Court, Girton, Cambridge, England.  The Southern Hemisphere Tolkien Society Seminar "The Art and Science of Magic in Middle-earth" NSW Writers' Center, Sydney, Australia (1 website print-out).
Item 3: November 9-11: "Tolkien's Birmingham" WeekendAdd to your cart.
"Tolkien's Birmingham" residential weekend, Birmingham, England (2 brochures).
Folder 2006Add to your cart.
Item 1: February-May: "The Lord of the Rings"Add to your cart.
“The Lord of the Rings,” performed at The Prince of Wales Theater, Toronto, Canada (1 brochure, 1 program).
Item 2: May 20-23: Middle-earth and JRR Tolkien inspired art exhibitionAdd to your cart.
Middle-earth and J.R.R. Tolkien inspired art exhibition featuring the works of Ted Nasmith and Ruth Lacon at The Redesdale Hall, High Street, Moreton in March, Glos, United Kingdom (1 flyer).
Item 3: July 22: The Tolkien Society SeminarAdd to your cart.
The Tolkien Society Seminar at Pierce Room, The Assembly House, Norwich, United Kingdom (1 registration form).
Item 4: August 21-25: The Oxford Tolkien Conference: The Lord of the RingsAdd to your cart.
The Oxford Tolkien Conference: The Lord of the Rings: Sources of Inspiration at Exeter College, Oxford, England (2 copies: brochure, flyer)
Item 5: September 26: "Tolkien, Lewis and Hollywood: What Images Cannot Say"Add to your cart.
Eduardo Segura speaks on "Tolkien, Lewis and Hollywood: What Images Cannot Say" at Raynor Library, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (1 flyer).
Item 6: October 26: "Colin Havard: An Inklings Son Remembers J.R.R. Tolkien & C.S. Lewis"Add to your cart.
"Colin Havard: An Inklings Son Remembers J.R.R. Tolkien & C.S. Lewis" discussion with Mike Foster at St. Louis Community College, Missouri (1 flyer).
Folder 2005Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 5-6: Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings Symphony performedAdd to your cart.
Howard Shore’s Lord of the Rings Symphony performed by the Des Moines Symphony, Des Moines, Iowa (1 program).
Item 2: August 11-15: Tolkien 2005: The Ring Goes Ever OnAdd to your cart.
Tolkien 2005: The Ring Goes Ever On, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom (1 souvenir book).
Item 3: September 8-11: "The Third Age: J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings"Add to your cart.
"The Third Age: J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings" fantasy literature symposium of the German Tolkien Society and the Inklings Society in Innenstadtbereich, Wetzlar, Germany (2 copies).
Item 4: October 6-January 3, 2006: The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy: The ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy: The Exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana (1 program, 1 brochure).
Item 5: November 5: Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings Symphony performedAdd to your cart.
Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings Symphony performed by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra in Nashville, Tennessee (1 program).
Folder 2004Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 5: "J.R.R. Tolkien: The Man and His Myth"Add to your cart.
Chris Mitchell gives lecture on “J.R.R. Tolkien: The Man and His Myth” as part of the Matthew’s House Project lectures at Boarders Books and Music in Deerfield, Illinois (1 flyer).
Item 2: July 30-August 2: Mythcon 35 "Bridges to Other Worlds: Thirty-five Years of Mythopoeic Scholarship"Add to your cart.
Mythcon 35 “Bridges to Other Worlds: Thirty-five Years of Mythopoeic Scholarship” at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (1 flyer).
Item 3: October 21-23: "The Lord of the Rings, 1954-2004: Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Blackwelder"Add to your cart.
The Lord of the Rings, 1954-2004: Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Blackwelder” conference at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 information packet)
Item 4: October 21-January 20, 2005: "The Invented Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien: Drawings and Original Manuscripts from the Marquette University Collection"Add to your cart.
"The Invented Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien: Drawings and Original Manuscripts from the Marquette University Collection" with opening lecture by Dr. Arne Zettersten at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 flyer, 1 postcard).
Folder 2003Add to your cart.
Item 1: April 9: "J.R.R. Tolkien: Spiritual Realities in the Lord of the Rings"Add to your cart.
“J.R.R. Tolkien: Spiritual Realities in the Lord of the Rings.” Guest: Marjorie Mead. Covenant Women Ministries. Northwest Covenant Church, [Mt. Prospect, IL] (1 flyer).
Item 2: July 18-20: "Tolkien in Birmingham and Beyond"Add to your cart.
“Tolkien in Birmingham and Beyond” summer school at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (1 brochure).
Item 3: July-August: "Frodo-A-Go-Go: The Rings Recycled"Add to your cart.
“Frodo-A-Go-Go: The Rings Recycled” presented by the Free Associates Theatre Company at The Royal George Theatre Center, Chicago, Illinois (includes ticket from July 11; 1 postcard, 1 program, 1 poster).
Item 4: September 18-21: Oxonmoot Celebration of the 111st Birthday of J.R.R. TolkienAdd to your cart.
Oxonmoot celebration of the 111st birthday of J R R Tolkien (1 registration form).
Folder 2002: March 8-April 21: "The Hobbit" PlayAdd to your cart.
“The Hobbit” play at First Stage Children’s Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (1 calendar).
Folder 2001Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 13-17: "The Hobbit" Theatrical ProductionAdd to your cart.
Vanessa Ford Productions Ltd. presents “The Hobbit” theatrical production at the Grand Opera House, Belfast (1 flyer, 1 program).
Item 2: March 31: The Tolkien Society Annual Dinner & AGMAdd to your cart.
The Tolkien Society Annual Dinner & AGM at Wortley Hall, Sheffield, United Kingdom (1 registration form)
Item 3: April 26-29: Concerning Hobbits and Other Matters: Tolkien across the DisciplinesAdd to your cart.
Bree Moot 5, Concerning Hobbits and Other Matters: Tolkien across the Disciplines- conference at University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN (2 flyers, 1 poster, 2 letters, 1 call for presentation).
Item 4: September 22: Introduction of Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings: A Guide to Middle-earthAdd to your cart.
Colin Duriez introduces his new book Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings: A Guide to Middle-earth at The Eagle and Child pub, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Item 5: October 5-December 9: The Return of the King Stage AdaptationAdd to your cart.
The Return of the King stage adaptation presented by Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois (3 flyers, 1 postcard).
Item 6: October 17: Discussion of The HobbitAdd to your cart.
Chris Mitchell discusses The Hobbit for Teen Read Week at the Naperville Public Library (1 flyer).
Folder 2000Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 21-May 7: "The Two Towers" AdaptationAdd to your cart.
"The Two Towers" adapted by James Sie and Karen Tarjan, presented by Lifelife Theatre, Chicago, IL (1 postcard, 1 review).
Item 2: April 15: The Tolkien Society Annual Dinner & AGMAdd to your cart.
The Tolkien Society Annual Dinner & AGM New Inn Hotel, Gloucester (1 registration form)
Item 3: May 6: "J.R.R. Tolkien - Myth-Maker and Story-Teller"Add to your cart.
“J.R.R. Tolkien—Myth-Maker and Story-Teller”, C.S. Lewis & Friends Society Meeting The Oaks Academy, Indianapolis, IN (1 schedule)
Item 4: September 22-24: Oxonmoot 2000Add to your cart.
Oxonmoot 2000, sponsored by The Tolkien Society (1 registration form).
Folder 1999Add to your cart.
Item 1: Tolkien WeekAdd to your cart.
Tolkien Week, sponsored by the American Tolkien Society, Highland, Michigan (1 poster).
Item 2: April 17: The Tolkein Society Annual Dinner and AGMAdd to your cart.
The Tolkien Society Annual Dinner and AGM, King Charles Hotel, Gillingham (1 registration form).
Item 3: July 30-August 2: "Bree & Beyond: Exploring the Fantasy Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien and His Fellow Travelers"Add to your cart.
Bree Moot 4- Mythcon XXX, “Bree & Beyond: Exploring the Fantasy Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien and His Fellow Travelers,” Cousins Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (also, pamphlet for Once Upon a Time group; one program, 1 post-event letter, 2 schedules, maps, information sheets, Mythopoeic Society information, 2 brochures).
Item 4: September 24-26: Oxonmoot '99Add to your cart.
Oxonmoot '99, sponsored by The Tolkien Society (1 registration form).
Item 5: October 14, 15, and 16: World Premiere of Lord of the Rings Stage AdaptationAdd to your cart.
World premier of original stage adaptation of Lord of the Rings by the Milestone Players from Caversham, Reading, Berkshire (1 flyer, 1 website information page).
Folder 1998: September 25-27: Oxonmoot '98Add to your cart.
Oxonmoot '98 (1 registration form).
Folder 1997Add to your cart.
Item 1: February 14-Apri 27: The Fellowship of the Ring Stage AdaptationAdd to your cart.
The Fellowship of the Ring stage adaptation at Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois (1 program, 1 postcard).
Item 2: April 29-June 21: The Hobbit Stage AdaptationAdd to your cart.
The Hobbit stage adaptation at The Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1 program).
Item 3: May 9-11: Bree Moot 3: Illustrating TolkienAdd to your cart.
Bree Moot 3: Illustrating Tolkien, University of Minnesota and Radisson Metrodome Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1 schedule).
Folder 1996Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 4: "The Steward and the King: From Oxford to Middle Earth" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Mankato State’s Thirtieth Anniversary Tolkien Conference “The Steward and the King: From Oxford to Middle Earth,” Mankato, Minnesota (1 call for presentations flyer).
Item 2: August 11: Mythopoeic Society Meeting over Unfinished TalesAdd to your cart.
Mythopoeic Society meeting, to discuss selections from Unfinished Tales by J.R.R. Tolkien (filed under CSL - Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Newsletter)
Item 3: September 8: "Frodo and Bilbo's Birthday Party" Mythopoeic Society MeetingAdd to your cart.
“Frodo and Bilbo’s Birthday Party” Mythopoeic Society meeting, hosted by Glen GoodKnight and Ken Lauw (filed under CSL - Southern California C.S. Lewis Society Newsletter)
Folder 1995Add to your cart.
Item 1: August 4-7: "Mythcon XXVI "Fairies in the Garden, Monsters at the Mall: Fantasy in the world around us"Add to your cart.
Mythcon XXVI, The 26th Annual Mythopoeic Conference, “Fairies in the Garden, Monsters at the Mall: Fantasy in the world around us,” The Clark Kerr Campus, Berkeley, California (1 brochure, 1 registration form).
Item 2: September 15-17: Oxonmoot '95Add to your cart.
Oxonmoot '95 (3 registration forms).
Folder 1994Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 11: "Monsters, the Middle Ages and Middle Earth"Add to your cart.
1994 Tolkien Society Seminar, “Monsters, the Middle Ages and Middle Earth,” Miramar Hotel, Bournemouth (4 registration forms and information sheets).
Item 2: September 16-18: Oxonmoot '94Add to your cart.
Oxonmoot '94 (1 registration form).
Folder 1993Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 30-August 2: Mythcon XXIV: "Down the Hobbit-hole and Through the Wardrobe: Fantasy in Children's Literature"Add to your cart.
Mythcon XXIV, the Twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Mythopoeic Society, “Down the Hobbit-hole and Through the Wardrobe: Fantasy in Children’s Literature,” The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Campus (1 call for papers).
Item 2: October 8-10: North Farthing Annual Cruise on the Queen GaladrielAdd to your cart.
North Farthing Annual Cruise on the Queen Galadriel for the members of the Tolkien Society (1 registration form).
Folder 1992Add to your cart.
Item 1: August 17-24: "J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973): An exhibition"Add to your cart.
"J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973): An exhibition" held at Keble College, Oxford, England (1 information packet).
Item 2: August 18-December 23: "J.R.R. Tolkien: Life and Legend" ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
“J.R.R. Tolkien: Life and Legend,” exhibition held at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England (1 flyer).
Folder 1991Add to your cart.
Item 1: July 26-29: Mythcon XXII "The Hero Cycle: Archetypes in Fantasy LIterature"Add to your cart.
Mythcon XXII, the Twenty-second Annual Mythopoeic Conference, “The Hero Cycle: Archetypes in Fantasy Literature,” The Clarion Hotel at Balboa Park, San Diego, California (1 program).
Item 2: August 3: "J.R.R. Tolkien Scholar & Storyteller" with Priscilla TolkienAdd to your cart.
Priscilla Tolkien discusses "J.R.R. Tolkien Scholar & Storyteller" at Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Washington D.C., (1 flyer).
Folder 1989Add to your cart.
Item 1: May 25: Meet the Tolkien Artists Boardwalk Reception and Art ShowAdd to your cart.
Meet the Tolkien Artists Boardwalk Reception and Art Show, at Sprouts Deli, Grand Forks, North Dakota (1 postcard, 1 program)
Item 2: June 1, 3-4: Performance of The Tale of the Rings of Power (and the End of the Third Age)Add to your cart.
Performance of The Tale of the Rings of Power (and the End of the Third Age) at Holy Family Catholic Church, Grand Forks, North Dakota (1 postcard, 1 program).
Folder 1987Add to your cart.
Item 1: March 6-7: Performance of The Tale of the Rings of Power (and the End of the Third Age)Add to your cart.
Performance of The Tale of the Rings of Power (and the End of the Third Age) for the 40th Anniversary of Olympic College, at Sylvan Way Baptist Church, Bremerton, Washington (1 program).
Item 2: June 11-September 30:  "J.R.R. Tolkien: Drawings, watercolors, and Manuscripts from The Hobbit"Add to your cart.
Art exhibition, “J.R.R. Tolkien: Drawings, watercolors, and Manuscripts from The Hobbit,” at the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University (1 brochure).
Item 3: July 24-27: The XVIIIth Mythopoeic Conference at Marquette UniversityAdd to your cart.
The XVIIIth Mythopoeic Conference at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1 brochure, 1 registration packet, 1 flyer, 2 errata, 2 letters, 2 calls for papers, 1 program, 1 schedule, 1 order form, 1 map, 1 announcements, 25 slides - digitized).
Folder 1985: February 13-17, 20-24, 27-March 3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31, April 2-7, 13-? (Held Over): The Hobbit (1978 Jefferson Production)Add to your cart.
The Hobbit (1978 Jefferson Production) The New Drury Lane Children’s Theatre, Oak Brook Terrace, Illinois (1 flyer).
Folder 1983: September 15-17: The Road Goes Ever On: The New Tolkien Writings ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Road Goes Ever On: The New Tolkien Writings, a public conference on the works of JRR Tolkien and His Critics, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (1 information packet).
Folder 1981: July 5-August 2: "The Lord of the Rings: a Solo Dramatization"Add to your cart.
Rob Inglis’ “The Lord of the Rings: a Solo Dramatization” performance the Arts Theatre Club and the Unicorn Theatre, London acq.81/139 (2 programs).
Folder 1979Add to your cart.
Item 1: January 26: "The Ring of Power: From Tolkien's Lord of the Rings:Add to your cart.
Theatrical protuction. Trinity College.
Folder 1976: August 13-16: "Arthurian Elements in Williams, Lewis, and Tolkien"Add to your cart.
7th Annual Mythopoeic Conference (Mythcon), “Arthurian Elements in Williams, Lewis, and Tolkien,” Westbridge Conference Center, Sacramento, California (1 program).
Folder 1975: Mythcon VIAdd to your cart.
Mythcon VI (1 program).
Folder 1970: September 4-7: Mythcon IAdd to your cart.
Mythcon I, at Harvey Mudd College, California. See Mythcon Proceedings 1-3: PR478.F35 M982 1970. 9 color slides (Featuring Clyde S. Kilby, Glenn Sadler, and others. Slides digitized.). 2 flyers.
Folder 1968Add to your cart.
Item 1: October 18-20: Tolkien ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Tolkien Conference, Belknap College, Center Harbor, N.H. (1 poster). See Beyond Bree article by Dale Nelson, March 2016, pp. 4-6.
Item 2: October 31-November 24: "J.R.R. Tolkien Art and Literature from Middle Earth Gallery "Add to your cart.
“J.R.R. Tolkien Art and Literature from Middle Earth Gallery” presented by University of Waterloo. (1 article) See Beyond Bree article by Dale Nelson, April 2016, p. 5.
Folder 1966: October 28-29: Tolkien FestivalAdd to your cart.

Tolkien Festival held at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minnesota (2 fliers). Includes a photocopy of The Poetry of J.R.R. Tolkien by George Burke Johnston, and an article about Johnston by Sally Harris titled "Burke Johnston: Scholar, Educator almost missed his Calling" (Virginia Tech Magazine, Winter 1991: 10-12) - acq. 17/64. See Beyond Bree article by Dale Nelson, December 2015.

See also:

The Tolkien Papers: Ten Papers Prepared for the Tolkien Festival at Mankato State College, Oct. 28 And 29, 1966. Mankato, Minn. : Mankato State College, ©1967. Call number: PR6039.O32 Z597 1967

Johnston, George Burke. The Poetry of J.R.R. Tolkien. Blacksburg, Va. : White Rhinoceros Press, 1967. Call number: PR6039.O32 Z66629 1967

Correspondence between Tolkien and Johnston in Wade Center's Tolkien letter collection (acq. 17/64).

Folder No Date: April 9: Rusty Steiger Hobbit puppet showAdd to your cart.
Rusty Steiger Hobbit puppet show, Pierce Chapel, Wheaton College (1 poster).
Series 9: Charles WilliamsAdd to your cart.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 2008: July 4-6: "Charles Williams and His Contemporaries" ConferenceAdd to your cart.
“Charles Williams and His Contemporaries” conference presented by the Charles Williams Society in Oxford. (1 program, and 1 letter).
Folder 2004: June 18-20: The Charles Williams Society ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Charles Williams Society conference at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, London, England (1 flyer).
Folder 2001: August 5: "The Masque of the Manuscript"Add to your cart.
“The Masque of the Manuscript” (words by CW); at Krutch Theatre, Clark Kerr Campus, Berkeley, California (1 bulletin).
Folder 2000Add to your cart.
Item 1: June 16-17: The Charles Williams Society ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Charles Williams Society Conference, The Royal Foundation of St. Katharine, London (1 registration form).
Item 2: August 21-25: "Archetypes and End Time Myths in the Fiction of Charles Williams"Add to your cart.
“Archetypes and End-Time Myths in the Fiction of Charles Williams” with Charles Huttar & Hendrika Vande Kemp, The 26th Anniversary Summer Workshop, The Southern California C.S. Lewis Society The Benedictine Monestary, St. Andrew’s Abbey, Valyermo, CA (1 flyer).
Folder 1997: July 18-19: The Charles Williams Society ConferenceAdd to your cart.
The Charles Williams Society Conference, The Royal Foundation of St. Katharine, London (1 letter).
Folder 1986: September 8-November 13: Charles Williams Centenary ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
Charles Williams centenary exhibition; at the Divinity School Bodleian Library, Oxford, England. (2 flyers)

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