Hayward, John Davy, 1905 - 1965 (editor, critic and bibliographer)
Dates and places
1905-1965 KCC 1922
Legal status / Nationality
Sphere of activity
Editor, Critic, Bibliographer
Close friend of T. S. Eliot
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Snapshot of Frances Penrose sitting closest to the camera on a grassy bank. The top part of her head has been cut off from the photograph. Next to her sits John Hayward, with his wheelchair behind him. He looks to the right and rests his left elbow on his chair. A woman, provisionally identified in the album as Elaine Frindley, sits to the right, looking towards the camera.
Snapshot of a picnic scene, with long grass in the foreground and a hedge in the background. To the left sits Frances Penrose, wearing a hat and looking towards the camera. Alec Penrose sits furthest from the camera with his legs crossed, looking downwards and raising some food to his mouth. John Hayward sits to the far right, partially cut off from the photograph. He looks to the left. To the right in the foreground sits Julia Strachey, wearing a hat and looking downwards.
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.
The collection contains papers relating to Hayward's editions of works by Jonathan Swift and others; some of his own writings and broadcasts; bibliographical papers; and correspondence.
6 autograph letters signed and 13 typed letters signed from Hayward to ANLM; 6 copy typed letters from ANLM to Hayward. The file also contains:
- copy typescript 'The origin of off-prints' by ANLM;
- 1 typed letter signed from J. F. Burnet to ANLM, 3 Dec. 1953 and 2 copy typed letters from ANLM to Burnet, 1 and 9 Dec. 1953;
- copy typed letter from ANLM to P. H. Muir, 7 Dec. 1953, and 1 autograph letter signed from Muir to ANLM, 8 Dec. 1953.
12 autograph letters signed and 1 envelope.
2 autograph letters signed.
2 autograph letters signed. The letter dated 1956 is accompanied by an explanatory typescript note by GHWR, 28 Jan. 1973.
4 autograph letters signed.
Published for the British Council by Longman's Green and Co., 1947.
The file includes 2 autograph letters signed from John Hayward to GHWR, 1948 (one letter is undated).