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||Letter from Desmond, possibly Desmond MacCarthy, to Julian Bell
||Letter from Marie-Madeleine Machet to Julian Bell
||Letters from Hélène Mégret to Julian Bell
||Letter from Barbara Morrison to Julian Bell
||Correspondence between Julian Bell and Nonesuch Press
||Letters, possibly from H. Pinault, to Julian Bell
||Letter from Antoinette ('Toni') Pirie to Julian Bell
||Letters from Julian Bell to Sir Edward Wilder ('Eddie') Playfair and Vanessa Bell
||Letters between Julian Bell and Sir Edward Wilder ('Eddie') Playfair
||Correspondence with Raymond Postgate, editor of 'Fact'
||Letters from Dennis Proctor to Julian Bell
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The Papers of Julian Heward Bell
||Correspondence between Julian Bell and Geoffrey Rossetti, editor of 'The Cambridge Review'
(former reference: JHB/4)
||13 Oct. 1930–28 Nov. 1930 (Year has been supplied. Some documents undated.)
|Extent and Medium
||23 sheets in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
6 autograph letters, signed, to Julian Bell. 13 Oct. - 20 Nov. 
4 autograph letters, signed, from Julian Bell. 15 and 19 Nov. , and undated.
This file also includes two off-prints from 'The Cambridge Review': letters from W.R. Sorley and A.C. Seward printed 21 Nov. 1930; and a letter from Julian Bell printed 28 Nov. 1930 responding to a letter from C.J.B. Gaskoin printed 14 Nov. 1930.
See JHB/1/2/2 for a typescript review of 'Whims and Moods' by Thomas Thornely, printed in 'The Cambridge Review', 7 Nov. 1930.
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