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Authors, English -- Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

1 Letter, 1882

 Item — Box 3: [31197233283156], Folder: 43-44
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter addressed to "Dr. Copland," composed at "University, Glasgow," and dated 10 Oct. 1882 or 1862. Barclay writes about the publication of his work on Roman inscriptions.

The authorship of the item is uncertain. It is signed T. Barclay or J. Barclay meaning that there are several candidates for the creator.

Walter De la Mare letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230309103]
Identifier: MSS SC 1134
Scope and Contents Typewritten letter signed by De la Mare and addressed to "Mr. Kowan" thanking him for his letter. Kowan apparently wanted encouragement from De la Mare on an unnamed project. De la Mare said there was already much done on the topic.

George D. Abraham letter to Mr. Gray, 1909

 Item — Box 1: [31197233283131], Folder: 15-16
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to "Mr. Gray," dated 9 Feb. 1909, and composed on "Idwal, Chestnut Hill, Keswick" stationary. Abraham offers to send copies of his book "British Climbs" and requests that a "list" of "Yorkshire Rambels" be sent to him as well.

L. P. Hartley letters

 Collection — Box 1: [31197233252532]
Identifier: MSS 1525
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letters addressed to Reginal Littleboy from 1921 through 1969. Littleboy was a life-long friend who lived in Sussex, England. The letters relate many of Hartley's life experiences, reflections on associate authors, and also comment on writing.

L. P. Hartley letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230322320]
Identifier: MSS SC 2317
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter dated 8 Sept. 1941 and addressed to Norah Hoult (1901-1984), an Irish writer. Hartley had written a review of a novel "Smilin' on the Vine" by Hoult in which he was somewhat critical of the work. Hartley responds to a letter from Hoult and essentially concedes that some of his criticisms were overstated.

L. P. Hartley letters

 Collection — Box 1: [31197230219757]
Identifier: MSS 1692
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letters. Most of these letters were to friends and other English writers including Alice Acland, Elizabeth Bowen, and Lord David Cecil. Hartley discusses various aspects of literature, discusses many of his works, and asks about how they may be improved.

L. P. Hartley letters

 File — Folder 1: [31197230314145]
Identifier: MSS SC 1677
Scope and Contents Eight letters containing information concerning Hartley's religious novel "My Fellow-Devils". All of the letters were addressed to David Horner.

Maurice Hewlett correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 375
Scope and Contents Handwritten, typewritten, and signed correspondence between Hewlett and C. F. Cazenove of the Literary Agency of London. Two of the items from Hewlett are addressed to "My Dear." Also included is a handwritten and signed poem by Hewlett titled, "The Wren."

Maurice Henry Hewlett letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230310796]
Identifier: MSS SC 1282
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter dated 14 May 1910. Addressed to Curtis Brown, the document details Hewlett's inability to have a novel ready for Collins by 1 January.

I told you so

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 389
Scope and Contents Handwritten essay dealing with the Dublin Strike of 1913, and the unhappy part Mrs. Montefiore played in it. He also comments on the condition of Catholics in Great Britain.