|<-- See earlier|
||Rupert Brooke's letters
||Publication of 'Lithuania'
||'Democracy and the Arts'
||Preliminaries to publication of 'Democracy and the Arts'
||E.M. Forster on 'Democracy and the Arts'
||Biographies of Brooke
||Arthur Stringer's biography
||Correspondence with Timothy Rogers
||Loose sheets from sale catalogues of Rupert Brooke books and manuscripts.
||Annual report of the Royal Literary Fund
The Papers of Rupert Chawner Brooke
||Correspondence on Trust business, 1932-6
|Extent and Medium
||94 sheets in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
Includes 1 ALS from Lascelles Abercrombie to Sir Edward Marsh, forwarded by Edward Marsh to Geoffrey Keynes (8 Nov 1934); 1 ALS from A E Brooke to Geoffrey Keynes (undated) enclosing an ALS from Wallis Munsford to A E Brooke (2 Jun 1933) concerning RCB's poem 'The Bastille' with Geoffrey Keynes' reply; 1 TLS from Sonia K. Chapter of Curtis Brown Limited (16 Dec 1935) to Sir Edward Marsh forwarded by Edward Marsh to Geoffrey Keynes; 6 TLS from Walter de la Mare to Geoffrey Keynes (1934-6).
|Marsh, Sir Edward Howard (1872-1953) Knight, public servant and patron of the arts|
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