Batey, Charles Edward, b 1893 (printer to Oxford University)
- Existence: b 1893
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The correspondents include the editors, Charles Batey, Rupert Hart-Davis, Vita Sackville-West (who wrote the introduction to the volume), Reynolds Stone, and the publisher Jonathan Cape. At the end of the sequence are letters of thanks from recipients of presentation copies. The correspondence includes each editor's choices of essays and poems for inclusion.
The correspondents are George Macy, Oxford University Press (Charles Batey, Vivian Ridler), Shenval Press (James Shand), and René Ben Sussan.
Most of the letters are between Meynell and Bror Zachrisson. Other correspondents include Charles Batey, Harry Carter, Brooke Crutchley, Alan Dodson, Ealing School of Art (T. E. Lightfoot), Desmond Flower, Frank Francis, F. C. Friend, Donald Gardner, T. C. Hart, Douglas Jerrold, John Ryder, Hans Schmoller, Walter Tracy, With the letters is a note by Meynell explaining his reasons for not contributing to the collection
Correspondence about loans of books to the exhibition 'Modern books and writers' at the National Book League Apr.-Sept. 1951 and the British Council travelling exhibition 'British Books of our times', 1950-1951
Files on individual people
Lansdell, John, 1962-1963
Includes copies of correspondence with Charles Batey and Beatrice Warde.
Other correspondents (B), 1936-1967
These are: Christian Barman, Charles Batey, Mrs. Bedaux, Leonard Beaumont, Jack Beddington, Jack Bickel, Rae Biemiller, Billy Birkett, Michael Birkett, Norman Birkett, Basil Blackwell, Douglas Percy Bliss, Christopher Bradshaw, C. E. Brendon, British Soviet Friendship Society (Colin Williams), Benjamin Britten, Dora Brody, Lady Brook, Anthony E. Brooks, I. W. Burch, Philip A. Burgoyne, and C. W. Byford.