Woolf, Leonard Sidney, 1880-1969 (editor, author and colonial civil servant)
- Existence: 1880 - 1969
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Article by David Bradshaw: British Writers and Anti-Facism in the 1930s in Woolf Studies Annual, Part 1 in Vol.3, 1997 and Part 2 in Vol. 4, 1998, 1997
2 articles with 2 covering letters
Correspondence with Leonard Woolf, 1 Aug. 1936-8 Dec. 1936
Dorothy and George Edward Moore: letters received by them and other family members, and photographs
For Intellectual Liberty: Correspondence and papers
Other correspondents (W-Y), 1929-1959
These are: Leonard Walsh, H. W. H. Warren, J. W. Waterer, Josiah Wedgwood, Gisken Wildenwey, William Blake Bicentenary Celebrations (F. Heming Vaughan), Charles Williams, J. G. Wilson, Neal Wood, Leonard Woolf, Lord Woolton, James W. Young, and Alice York.
Three letters from Leonard Woolf to Peter Hawkes; Rodmell, 12 Aug. 1964-26 Mar. 1965
Letters and related items, mostly addressed to the editors of the Cambridge Review, and predominantly to Peter Hawkes. Some letters were intended for publication; most of the others concern the contribution (or otherwise) of articles and book reviews.
Virginia Woolf: On Being Ill
'On being ill', a holograph manuscript of 24 October 1925. There are accompanying letters by Virginia and Leonard Woolf and V. Sackville-West, 1936-1966, and an extract from a sale catalogue of 25 July 1978, concerning letters of Virginia Woolf.
- Archival Object 4
- Collection 3
- Anti-fascism 1
- Education 1
- Jewish refugees 1
- Philosophy 1
- Refugees 1