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Blunt, Anthony Frederick, 1907 - 1983 (art historian and spy)

 Person

Dates and places

1907-1983

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

 File

Letters from Anthony Blunt to Clive and Vanessa Bell, 1938 - 1944

Reference Code: GBR/0272/CHA/1/81
Scope and Contents

1 autograph letter signed to Clive Bell. 14 Sep. 1944.
1 autograph letter signed to Vanessa Bell. [1938].

Dates: 1938 - 1944
 File

Letters from Anthony Blunt to GHWR, 1934 - 1980

Reference Code: GBR/0272/GHWR/3/50
Scope and Contents

4 autograph letters signed and 1 typed letter signed. The file also contains a copy typescript French military communiqué about the effect of wine on soldiers, 12 Oct. 1939, enclosed with letter dated 1940.

Dates: 1934 - 1980
Conditions Governing Access: From the Fonds: The majority of the Rylands Papers are readily available to scholars in the Archive Centre. Record consultation is by appointment. Personal letters of living authors may only be consulted with their written permission. Some material is reserved in view of its sensitivity. There is no access to such material for the time being.
 File

Letters from Louis MacNeice to Anthony Blunt, 1926 - 1933

Reference Code: GBR/0272/FLM/1/2
Scope and Contents

Most of the letters retain their envelopes, several of which have been annotated by Blunt's Cambridge friends.

Dates: 1926 - 1933
 File

Letters to RNL from Anthony Blunt, 1980-08-03 - 1980-12-27

Reference Code: GBR/0272/RNL/2/56
Scope and Contents

3 autograph letters signed.

Dates: 1980-08-03 - 1980-12-27
Conditions Governing Access: From the Series: Some items contain sensitive personal information and are closed to researchers under the terms of the Data Protection Act (1998). A request to view these items must be made in writing to the Archivist who will discuss with the researcher the possibilities for obtaining the written permission of the author. A statement to this effect is given with each closed file.

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