H. V. Marrot correspondence concerning The life and letters of John Galsworthy
Correspondence with H. V. Marrot from friends and relatives of John Galsworthy regarding Marrot's The life and letters of John Galsworthy.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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Extent.3 linear feet (1 box)
Correspondence with Harold Vincent Marrot from literary friends and relatives of John Galsworthy concerning Marrot's The life and letters of John Galsworthy (1935). Many of the letters grant permission for Marrot to print letters to Galsworthy in his book. Also includes cut text from galley proofs of The life and letters of John Galsworthy.
Biographical / Historical
Marrot was the bibliographer and biographer of John Galsworthy.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Please note that item number 31 was inadvertently omitted from this finding aid.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
57M-247. Purchased with the Bemis fund from Winifred A. Myers, Ltd., 80 New Bond Street, London W.1, England; received: 1958 May.
Processed by: Megan O'Shea
- Marrot, H.V. (Harold Vincent). H. V. Marrot correspondence concerning The life and letters of John Galsworthy, 1933-1936: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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- Cataloging funded by the Francis P. Scully and Robert G. Scully Class of 1951 fund.
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