1900. Typescript of Diarmid and Grania: A Play in Three Acts by Moore and Yeats. 106 pages. First performed October 21, 1901 at the Gaiety Theatre, Bullin by the F. R. Benson Company at the request of the Irish Literary Theatre.
1951: April-June. Photocopy of first publication, Dublin Magazine, Volume XXVI, Number 2 (New Series). Title page reads `Diarmuid and Grania. A play in three acts, by George Moore and W.B. Yeats. Now first printed with an introductory note by William Becker.' Becker states "The few complete typescripts used by the actors disappeared, leaving only a stack of haphazard manuscript notes and incomplete drafts among Yeats' private papers. Thus until the discovery of the typescript on which the present version is based, the play was commonly thought to be lost." Text is annotated in red ink by unknown former departmental staff member, comparing typescript (above) to first published text. Difference primarily in punctuation and grammar. One minor character added. 21 pages