LE GALLIENNE, RICHARD (1866-1947)
(i) AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF HIS POEM 'THE EYES THAT COME FROM IRELAND', signed ('Richard Le Gallienne'), 15 lines in three five-line stanzas, 1 page, quarto, clip stain at head, not dated
Don't you love the eyes that come from Ireland? The grey-blue eyes so strangely grey & blue,
The fighting loving eyes,
The eyes that tell no lies -
Don't you love the eyes that come from Ireland?...
(ii) AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF HIS POEM 'MY BOOKS', signed (Richard Le Gallienne'), 4 lines, beginning 'What are my books? - my friends, my loves...', 1 page, quarto, not dated
Publication of these poems has not been traced. Le Gallienne's manuscripts are at the universities of San Francisco and Iowa, Harvard, Liverpool Record Office and the Bodleian.
(iii) PORTRAIT BY ALFRED ELLIS OF 20 UPPER STREET, BAKER STREET, vintage photograph, Woodburytype, half length, seated holding a book, looking into the camera, framed and glazed, size of image 12 x 9 inches (31 x 22 cm), overall size 19 x 15 inches (48 x 38 cm), 
This photograph is from Men and Women of the Day, [c. 1888]