File /3. - Transcripts and photocopies of letters,

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Transcripts and photocopies of letters,


  • 1897-1967 (Creation)

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1 folder; 3 cm.

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Includes typescript transcripts of letters, 1897-1916, from Edward Thomas to (Sir) Ian MacAlister; his aunt Margaret Townsend, 1914; David Uzzell, 1898-1915; the poet and editor Harold Monro, 1909-1914; the poet Walter de la Mare, 1911-1915; the critic, editor and dramatist, Edward Garnett, 1909-1917; and his literary agent, C. F. Cazenove, 1907-1912; together with photocopies of letters, 1899-1900, from Edward Thomas's father, Philip Henry Thomas, to his son; typescript transcripts of letters, 1917, from Helen Thomas to the American poet, Robert Frost, and to (Sir) Ian MacAlister, 1903-1917; transcripts and photocopies of poems by Edward Thomas; a script, 1967, prepared by R. George Thomas on Edward Thomas; and photocopies of parts of a diary, 1915-1918, kept by Julian Thomas, brother of Edward Thomas.

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Preferred citation: /3.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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