Authors, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letters addressed to Rex Taylor. One item was typed. They were all written in Mallorca, Spain. Graves writes mainly about personal and family matters. He mentions that he considers "Sorley" (probably Charles Hamilton Sorely) to be the best poet of his generation whom he once met and about whom he once wrote a poem.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 27 April [1935?], and addressed to "Mr. Bramley." Bax writes, "I would have answered your note at once if I had been in England when it arrived here. To do so now is a pleasure. Perhaps you will allow me also to send you my good wishes. Yours sincerely Clifford Bax."
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 17 Oct. 1934, and addressed to the Right Reverend and Venerable J. Abbot. Bellasis comments on his father's "Memorials" stating, "it is a [sic] awful book" and asks that two copies be accepted.
Typewritten and signed letter, dated 23 Aug. 1926, and addressed to John Nayler. Benn writes, "Many thanks for your letter and the interesting suggestion which you make. As a matter of fact, we have now no interest in the business of Jarrolds which has been taken over by the Hutchinsons, but I am venturing to send your letter to them."
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 9 Dec. 1954, and addressed to S. (?) Hughes. Brooke states he was alarmed by "your angry letter" and expresses regret "you have to wait for the book."
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 11 March 1952, and addressed to "Mr. Miller." Brown responds to Miller's request for an autograph.
Typewritten book manuscript for publication. The item includes handwritten corrections made by the author. This novel is a mystery about how a girl died.