Asquith, Emma Alice Margaret, 1864-1945 (née Tennant, known as Margot, Countess of Oxford and Asquith, writer and socialite)
Margot Asquith (1864-1945), wife of 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith; writer and socialite
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Letters to Owen Seaman, many accepting or declining invitations to a dinner of the Royal Literary Fund in 1912.
Letter from Margot Asquith, (1864-1945), Countess of Oxford and Asquith, (London) to Siegfried Sassoon re invitation to visit, comments on poems, 1 Mar. 1923-2 Mar. 1923
The collection largely comprises letters addressed to Sassoon although there are few other recipients such as Glen Byam Shaw and Georgiana Theresa Thornycroft, Siegfried Sassoon's mother. There are also some postcards; draft and unpublished copies of poems; bills; and other related papers.
Letter from Margot Asquith, (1864-1945), Countess of Oxford and Asquith, (The Wharf, Sutton Courtney), to Siegfried Sassoon, 7 May 1923 (year inferred)
Regretting Siegfried Sassoon could not visit and suggesting other possible dates.
'Of course my husband will write what you ask. Do not be bothered about malicious people saying you are a foreigner, no one believes it, and if they do it does not the least matter.'; advice on fighting the forthcoming election; inviting Money to speak at Oakham; autograph
Letters from Margot Asquith, (1864-1945), Countess of Oxford and Asquith, (North Berwick and London), to Siegfried Sassoon, 1932-1933
Re invitations to visit, comments on Stephen Tennant's health, Siegfried Sassoon's engagement.