The Amelia Alderson Opie Archive Website Updated

We are happy to share the news of our revised website https://ameliaopiearchive.com/

 

We’ve preserved and amended the information from the original site “The Amelia Alderson Opie Archive,” added new recordings of Opie songs, and updated the bibliography of criticism since 1980. The biggest change, however, is the addition of a “Letters” tab to connect to Roxanne Eberle’s new project http://ameliaopieletters.com/aboutedition.html  We have also included scans and transcriptions of all the letters we have purchased over the last twenty years. If you have done any manuscript collecting and would be happy to share, send along your photos and we will make them available.

 

Please share any Opie-related items you think would add to our assembly of information regarding her life and works.

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