Garnett, David, 1892 - 1981 (author)
Dates and places
Sphere of activity
Only son of Edward and Constance Garnett
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
1 Christmas card.
This series can be divided into approximately two halves: the first consisting of Angelica Garnett's correspondence with her husband, David, and a few items to other family and friends; the second of correspondence to Vanessa Bell, Angelica's mother, many documents being from members of the Bloomsbury set. Angelica Garnett's correspondence with her husband can be found in the sub-series catalogued as AG/1/31. Most, but not all, other envelopes contain correspondence with Vanessa Bell.
25 autograph letters, signed, 5 typed letters, signed, to J.M. Keynes. 1915-42.
3 carbon typed letter, signed, from J.M. Keynes. 1933-40.
18 autograph letters, signed, from Vanessa Bell.
4 autograph letters, signed, from David Garnett.
In her album, Frances Partridge identifies the individuals as 'Bunny Garnett and Dick'.
Snapshot of David ('Bunny') Garnett in a small lake, looking towards the camera, with his right hand resting on an inflatable swan.
Snapshot of Dorothy Edwards sitting in a deckchair, looking down at a cat which she holds on her knees. David ('Bunny') Garnett sits closest to the camera, with his right hand raised, looking to the left.
Snapshot of Dorothy Edwards leaning against the house wall of the verandah of Ham Spray House. She holds her hands together in front of her and looks towards the camera. David ('Bunny') Garnett stands next to her, also leaning against the wall, with his left hand raised to his shoulder and his right hand behind his back. He looks to the right.
Snapshot of Dorothy Edwards sitting in a deckchair on the verandah of Ham Spray House. She is smiling and looking down at a cat which she holds in her hands. David ('Bunny') Garnett stands next to her and rests his right hand on the back of her chair. He leans forward and looks down at the cat.
This small collection comprises both correspondence donated by Angelica Garnett and selected papers. The most substantial part of the collection is the correspondence, comprising several letters exchanged with Angelica's mother, Vanessa Bell, as well as the correspondence between Angelica Garnett and her husband David. The selected papers consist of a few items, primarily memoirs, by Angelica Garnett and members of her family circle.
Geoffrey Keynes' correspondence, relating chiefly to Roy Harrod's biography of J.M. Keynes, 1946 - 1965
This file includes 20 letters from Roy Harrod, 1948-65; 1 letter from David Garnett, 1949; 1 letter from Florence Ada Keynes, 1949; 1 letter from John Hayward, 1946; 1 letter from Duncan Grant, 1958; and 1 letter from Roy Harrod to R.F. Kahn, 1950.
1 autograph letter, signed, to Quentin Bell.
7 autograph letters, signed, and 1 typed letter, signed.
6 autograph letters signed.
28 autograph letters signed, 1 typed letter signed and 1 autograph postcard signed to Clive Bell. 1928-63, including 1 autograph letter signed to Clive Bell wrongly attributed to ‘Bunny’. 10 Apr. 1961.
3 autograph letters signed and 1 autograph postcard signed to Vanessa Bell. [1937-8] and 1954-5.
1 autograph letter signed to Duncan Grant. [Jul. 1937].
10 autograph letters signed, 4 typed letters signed to Julian Bell. 1928-1935.
269 autograph letters signed, 24 typed letters signed, 1 autograph postcard signed and 1 telegram. The file includes a typescript poem by David Garnett about himself, 22 Aug. 1968.
24 autograph letters signed, 1 typed letter signed and 2 autograph postcards signed, with 11 envelopes. Enclosed are 1 poem and an undated letter from Richard Garnett to JDH.
2 autograph letters, signed.
This file contains:-
- 4 autograph letters signed to Rosamond Lehmann, 6 Dec. 1940 - c. 1944
- 1 autograph letter signed to Wogan Philipps, 17 May [1930s].
This file contains a letter from Julian to Quentin in 1930 with TS transcription; a condolence letter from Eileen Bernal to Quentin in 1937; a newspaper cutting of a letter (undated and unattributed) regarding Julian, probably from 1937, quoting John Lehmann; an obituary for Julian written by F.L. Lucas in 1937 for 'The Cambridge Review'; and an invitation [to dine] from David Garnett.
Material relating to Bloomsbury figures for whom there is not an existing collection, or relating to more than one of the Bloomsbury collections.
Contains BLM/1-19, and publications.
Snapshot of Oliver Strachey standing to the left, holding his hat in his raised left hand, and his right hand outstretched in greeting. He is shaking the hand of David ('Bunny') Garnett, according to a note in the album. Both men look towards each other, and stand on a lawn with trees in the background.
1 autograph postcard, signed, to E.M. Forster.
To request this envelope, please use the following call mark: 18/D. Garnett