|Manuscripts/MS Add.9375 contains:|
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||Letters from Glen Byam Shaw (London and on tour) to Siegfried Sassoon re personal and theatre news etc
||Letter from Antoinette Campbell (Pounsley Manor, Blackboys) to Siegfried Sassoon re appreciation of Sassoon's broadcast, would like to meet him
||Letters from Sydney Ronald Campion (Wimbledon) to Siegfried Sassoon re question about Robbie Ross and comments on life and literature
||Letter from C. Buxton Carr (Sanderstead, Surrey) to Siegfried Sassoon re admiration of ''Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man'' (1928), sends cutting from Kent and Sussex Courier about hunting for Sassoon's amusement
||Rambling letters Albert C. R. Carter (East Molesey) to Siegfried Sassoon on art and literature, appreciation of ''Meredith'' (1948)
||Letter from Madame A. Catin (Sanvic, near Le Havre) to Siegfried Sassoon saying the translation of ''Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man'' (1928) is complete and with publisher; asks meaning of a few expressions
||Letter from L. Catin (Paris) to Siegfried Sassoon asking permission to translate ''Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man'' (1928) into French, André Maurois suggested it
||Letter from [?Ga] Charlsson (Ratho Station, Midlothian) to Siegfried Sassoon urging Sassoon to write a third volume of memoirs
||Letters from Sybil Cholmondeley (12 Kensington Palace Gardens) to Siegfried Sassoon re ref Sassoon's visit, poems, deeds of her son Hugh, 'your Coz Sybil'
||Letters from Phyllis Spender Clay (2 Hyde Park St, London) to Siegfried Sassoon re appreciation of ''Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man'' (1928), and concern at proposed sale of Haus Hirth
||Letter from Rotha Mary Clay (Shirehampton, Bristol) to Siegfried Sassoon expressing thanks for ''Meredith'' (1948) and for Sassoon's appreciation of her 'effort'
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