Max Beerbohm papers
Conditions Governing Access
Extent2 linear feet (3 boxes and 16 volumes)
Biographical / Historical
- I. pfMS Eng 696: Drawings
- II. fMS Eng 696.1: Letters to various correspondents
- III. MS Eng 696.2-696.19: Other papers
Immediate Source of Acquisition
48M-93-116; 119-133PF; 48M-145-146; and 48M-150-151. Gift of A.E. Gallatin, Esq., 655 Park Avenue, New York, NY; received 17 Jan. 1949.
48-757PF-759PF. Gift of A.E. Gallatin, Esq., 655 Park Ave., New York, NY; received Jan. 17 1949.
49M-113. Gift of Edward Weeks, Esq., The Atlantic Monthly, 8 Arlington Street, Boston, Mass.; received 4 March 1950.
50M-163F-164F. Gift of A.E. Gallatin, Esq., 655 Park Ave., New York, NY; received 1950 Dec. 18.
52M-220. Purchased with the C.M. Parker Fund from Elkin Mathews Ltd., Takeley Bishops Stortford, Herts, England; received 3 Apr. 1953.
53M-57F. Purchased with Morris Gray Fund; received 20 Nov. 1953.
58M-32F. Purchaed with the F.E. Chase Fund from Bertram Rota Ltd., Vigo Street, London, W.1; received Aug. 1958.
60M-63. Purchased with the Livingston Fund from James F. Drake, 302 East 41st St., NY 17; received Dec. 1960.
60M-96. Purchased with the C.M. Parker fund; received Jan. 1961.
60M-97. Purchased with the Livingston fund; received Jan. 1961.
60M-98. Purchased with the C.M. Parker fund; received Jan. 1961.
60M-120. Purchased with Livingston Fund from Seven Gables Bookshop, 3 West 46th Street, New York, NY; received Jan. 1961.
60M-121. Purchased with A.H. Parker Fund; received Mar 1961.
60M-184. Purchased with Duplicate money; received Apr. 1961.
63M-101. Purchased with the Amy Lowell Fund from Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd., The Leicester Galleries, 4 Audley Street, London W.1.; received Jan. 1964.
67M-118. Gift of Mr. A.N.L. Munby, King's College, Cambridge, England; received April 1968.
- Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956. Max Beerbohm papers, circa 1882-1949: Guide.
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