Correspondence relating to law suits arising from the publication of Cider with Rosie.
1. Correspondence of Lee's solicitors, Messrs Stephen Harwood & Tatham, with Lee, and with R. G. Bartlett & Co, solicitors to the Stroud Piano Company, with other correspondence from the Hogarth Press relating to the claim for damages from the Stroud Piano Company over the implication in 'Cider with Rosie' that they had fires at their factory; 1959, 1960.
2. Letters from Anthony Kershaw, M.P. for Stroud, relating to the complaint of W.C. Tuck that his mother had been identified as 'Miss Fluck' in the book, and Lee's draft reply to Mr Tuck; 1960.