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Tucker Brooke letter
Handwritten and signed letter dated 17 Sept. 1902. Brooke tells an unnamed friend that he would be glad to see him whenever he may be able to come on a visit.
Robert Graves letters
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.
Robert Graves letters and photographs
Edgar A. Guest letter
Typewritten and signed letter dated 6 July 1943 and addressed to Mrs. Rhoda Twyman of Galveston, Texas. Guest congradulates Twyman on her interest in the United Nations and in its flag.
The girl who died / typescript by Christopher Adams
Typewritten book manuscript for publication. The item includes handwritten corrections made by the author. This novel is a mystery about how a girl died.
- Correspondence 4
- Letters 4
- Material Types 4
- Poets, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence 2
- Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences 1
- Graves, Robert, 1895-1985 2
- Brooke, Tucker, 1883-1946 1
- Graves family 1
- Graves, William 1
- Guest, Edgar A. (Edgar Albert), 1881-1959 1
- Hopkins, Kenneth 1
- Savage, D. S. (Derek S.) 1
- Sorley, Charles Hamilton, 1895-1915 1
- Taylor, Rex 1
- Tyman, Rhoda 1
- United Nations 1 ∧ less