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Notes and Various Correspondence, 1932 - 1961

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS SPR/42/61/3/1-187

Scope and Contents

Correspondence from W.H. Salter to Miss Horsell about his note on An Adventure (1950)
Copy of letters from Claire Mab. Burrow in John O’London’s Weekly (19 November 32) and with Baron M. Dayet recounting a similar experience at Versailles in 1928 (1946)
Miss Burrow’s experience at Trianon
Letters from M. Dayet and Myra Curtis (1950)
Letters from H. Warner Allen, Baron Erik Palstierna, F.H.N. Jourdain, W.H. Salter, Joan Evans, Léon Rey, Henry Tate, Silvia Blennerhassett, Edward Osborn, Sir Alan Lascelles, W.G. Roll, W.H.W. Sabine, Noel Campbell, T.R. Milford, Mrs. Cecil C. Baines, Robert Amadou, Muriel Hankey, M. Dayet, Gertrude M. Johnson, Clare M. Burrow, Cecily Leadley-Brown, Dorothy Gardiner, Rosalind Heywood, Lady [Anne] Hay, Renée Haynes
Typescript of G.W. Lambert, ‘Antoine Richard’s garden: a postscript to ‘An Adventure.’ A supplementary note’
Correspondence with Lucille Iremonger, Gladys Scott Thomas, Arnold O. and Ena Gibbons, Alfred H. Burne, H.B. Creswell, Serge Hutin, Richard C. Hines, Jean Neimczyk (1950-1961)


  • Other: 1932 - 1961

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