Schuster, Leo Frank, 1852-1927 (patron of the arts)
- Existence: 1852 - 1927
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Journal, 15 May 1924-31 July 1924 (with some later annotations and scoring out in Siegfried Sassoon's hand)
Journal, 2 Aug. 1924-3 Nov. 1924 (with some later annotations and scoring out in Siegfried Sassoon's hand)
Journal, 9 Dec. 1925-9 June 1926 (with some later annotations and scoring out in Siegfried Sassoon's hand)
With jottings of conversation, involving Frank Schuster, the Miss Springs, and Mrs Macleod (summer 1924?). With Sassoon's name and address at 54 Tufton St. (London).
Letter addressed from 23 Campden Hill Square, 21 June 1927-24 June 1927 (year inferred from context)
His letters to Festing Jones a substitute for his journal-writing; also descriptive accounts of a party attended with Frankie Schuster and of various social engagements, with comments on the Sitwells and [his first] meeting with Stephen Tennant.
Letter addressed from [Frankie] Schuster's house, Bray, 18 June 1927 (circa; year inferred from context)
On reading book catalogues, descriptive accounts of his stay and of the other guests, giving news of Glen Byam Shaw, [Edmund] Gosse and other subjects, criticising [John] Drinkwater as 'a (second-rate) fraud'.
Descriptive account of his travels in Germany with Frank Schuster and Glen Byam Shaw; tired of Schuster; missing Shaw.
Descriptive account of a visit to [Frankie] Schuster; his inheritance from his late aunt Mrs Beer; on Shakespeare's sonnets and Dickens.
Descriptive account of a return visit to London and of a dinner party at Osbert [Sitwell]'s, with diagram of seating arrangements and sketch of diners entitled 'We discuss Arnold Bennett'. Includes mention of Robert Graves' poetry getting 'steadily duller'.
Giving news, invited to the Sitwells' castle in Florence, has been sorting out (the late Frankie) Schuster's music collection, enclosing a review of his poems (not extant).
Descriptive account of his stay at the home of Frankie Schuster; also re the death of his aunt Rachel Beer.
Descriptive account of his stay at the home of Frankie Schuster and of a visit to Lady Ottoline Morrell at Garsington; also giving financial news.