Ayrton, Michael, 1921-1975 (artist and author)
- Existence: 1921 - 1975
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondents A, 1935-1963
Hassall died intestate. His working papers were taken to the Royal Society of Literature by his assistant Gillian Paterson, who arranged and (presumably) listed them. They were bought by CUL from Bloomsbury Book Auctions in 1992. They were housed in paper box files 1 25 and cartons A D, as listed. They have now been re boxed, in 28 boxes and one packet, which has involved some reorganisation of the material and hence some rearrangement and re numbering of the original list.
Files on individual people
Other correspondents (A), 1929-1972
These are: Christian Aagaard, Alexander Albert, E. N. Andrade, Anglo-German Fellowship (letter from Meynell 1936; with a ms. draft), John Arlott, Arts Council of Great Britain (Gabriel White), Michael Ayrton, and an unidentified correspondent.
Plays of Aeschylus, 1954
Correspondence between Meynell, Michael Ayrton, and Alan Glover. With the letters is a typescript 'The Persians of Aeschylus translated and adapted for radio by Peter Green'.
Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, 1952-1953
Correspondence. Meynell's correspondents include Michael Ayrton, Laura Coates (including a typescript set of specifications by her), John Farleigh, Barnett Freedman, H. W. Garrod, Anthony Gross, Joan Hassall, and Lynton Lamb. Interfiled is a letter from Meynell to George Macy (11 Dec. 1953). With the letters are tear-sheets from a magazine article about Stevenson.