Frances Cornford: Letters to Sir Edward Marsh
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Sir Edward Howard Marsh (1872-1953), patron of the arts and for many years private secretary to Sir Winston Churchill, was a close friend of Rupert Brooke, and wrote the Memoir introducing Brooke's Collected Poems in 1918. Frances Cornford's letters provided him with much information about Brooke and his circle of friends.
- 1915-1951 (Some undated)
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Purchased at Bloomsbury Book Auctions, 12 Jan. 1995 (lot 290).
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