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The letters to his slightly younger contemporary William Heywood ('Michael') Haslam (1889-1981), an undergraduate at King's from 1908 to 1911, give news of mutual friends, plays that Bartholomew has seen, his holiday travels, his health, and his uncertainty as to whether he should volunteer for military service.
Correspondence, poems and other papers. Sassoon often issued his poems privately in limited editions, and some of these were seen through the press by A.T. Bartholomew, and later by Geoffrey Keynes. Some of the manuscripts therefore include their correspondence about publication, and transcripts by Keynes.
- Names: Bartholomew, Augustus Theodore, 1882-1933 (librarian) X
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