The Stefan Zweig Collection is an important collection of autograph manuscripts formed by the Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. After his death in 1942 his heirs continued to develop the collection, and donated to the British Library in 1986. The collection includes a large number of literary and music manuscripts, mainly in the composers' own hands.
The collection contains 206 numbered items; MS 1-131 are musical manuscripts, MS 132-200 and MS 206 are literary or historical manuscripts, and MS 201-205 are printed books and music. The bulk of the musical manuscripts have been digitised.
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