Dallyn, Viola Meynell, 1885-1956 (author)
- Existence: 1885 - 1956
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This book was edited by Francis Meynell, his sisters Olivia and Viola, and Frederick Page.
Meynell's correspondents are Viola Dallyn and the B.B.C. (Stephen Potter).
Chiefly letters of appreciation from listeners, including Jane Bacon, Viola Dallyn, Vita Sackville-West, and Olivia Sowerby. Other correspondence is with the producer Douglas Cleverdon (including an audience research report), and Queen's Gate School (Margaret See).
Includes correspondence between Meynell and the Readers' Union (O. Caldecott) about their edition (1957), with their newsletter containing a blurb by Meynell Other correspondents include J. L. Beddington, Nicolas Bentley, Denis Hatfield Bullough, Philip Burgoyne, Viola Dallyn, Colin D. B. Ellis, Uffa Fox, Time & Tide (Viscountess Rhondda) and Andrew Young.
Meynell's correspondents are the BBC and listeners. These include Sydney Cockerell, Viola Dallyn, Elinor M. Darwin, Robert Delaney, T. Watts Eden, L. C. Jervis, Shane Leslie, Rosemary Marchant, W. J. M. McMaster, Augustus Ralli, William Rothenstein, E. F. M. Smith, and Catherine Street. With the letters is a Listener Research Report.
Correspondence relating to The wares of Autolycus: selected literary essays of Alice Meynell (Oxford World's Classics 1965), 1964-1965
The correspondence is chiefly among Meynell, Viola Meynell, Colin Hardie, and the editor Peter Fraser. With this are clippings of reviews.
Folder 1 = miscellaneous draft pages of the book, mostly typescript (carbon copies), with annotations by Francis Meynell and others Folder 2 = various notes by Francis Meynell Folder 3 = correspondence. Most of this is letters between Francis and Viola Meynell. Also included is a letter from Terence Connolly Folder 4 = Clippings of reviews.
Manuscripts and typescripts, so captioned, variously dated. Some are marked 'As sent to Time & Tide Dec. 1955'. The poem is the same as 'Time is our sculptor' in the 1961 volume. With these are letters to Meynell from Benedict Meynell, Viola Meynell, and John Hayward.
Typescript (carbon copy) dated 28 Nov. 1944. With this are a letter from Meynell to Viola Dallyn and a letter from Macdonald Gill to Meynell, both about a subscription to help Johnston in 1943.
A talk by Francis Meynell and Viola Dallyn, broadcast on 14 July 1946.
Autograph ms. draft; typescript (original and carbon copy) of 5 pages. With these are letters to Meynell from the Society (Theodora Roscoe) and from Viola Dallyn The speech was given at Stationers Hall on 11 Mar. 1948.