Correspondents Hall-Lawrence.

Scope and Content

Correspondents Hall-Lawrence.

1. F. van Haelewyck; 1995. One card. Autograph.

2. John Hall; 1952. One letter. Autograph.

3. Norman Hall; 1965. One letter. Signed.

4. Sir Peter Hall; 1964. One letter. Signed.

5. Hamish Hamilton; 1960-1964. Eight letters. Autograph and signed.

6. Charles Hammick; 1969. One letter. Autograph.

7. Susan Hampshire; 1968. One card. Autograph.

8. Maria Harari; n.d. One letter. Autograph.

9. Sir Clement James Harman; 1964. One letter. Signed.

10. Viscountess Harmsworth; 1965. One letter. Autograph.

11. David Hatch; n.d. Card from Lee to Hatch. Autograph.

12. Jacquetta Hawkes; 1950. Two letters commenting on drafts of Lee's captions for the Festival of Britain programme. Signed.

13. Val Hennessy; 1986. Four letters. Autograph.

14. Rosamund Henriques; 1962. One letter. Autograph.

15. Margaret Campbell, née Geddes, Princess of Hesse; 1958-1996, n.d. Thirty-eight letters, cards and telegrams, with the printed address at the funeral service on 6 June 1968 of her husband, Prince Ludwig of Hesse and reprints of two articles about him. Autograph and signed.

16. Oliver Heywood; 1965. One letter. Autograph.

17. Zoë Hicks; 1983. One letter, with a short draft reply by Lee. Autograph.

18. Kate Hills; n.d. One letter. Autograph.

19. Percy, Margaret and Valerie Hodges; n.d. One greetings card. Signed.

20. Haro Hodson; 1988. One letter. Autograph.

21. Quintin McGarel Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St. Marylebone; 1984. One card. Autograph.

22. Philip Hollingworth; 1972. One letter, with accompanying vocal score. Signed.

23. Jack and Winifred Holmes; 1943. A poem by Winifred Holmes in the form of greetings message. Typewritten copy.

24. Elizabeth Jane Howard; 1959-1992. Fourteen letters and cards. With a letter from Howard to Susan Sandon, apologising for not being able to attend a lunch for Lee, 1993. Autograph and signed.

25. Andrew Huellenny; 1986. One letter. Signed.

26. Siriol Hugh-Jones; 1960. Three postcards. Autograph.

27. Ted Hughes; 1967. One letter. Autograph.

28. Barry Humphries; 1996. One letter. Signed.

29. Kaye Huntingdon; 1972. One letter. Autograph.

30. Jeremy Hutchinson; 1960, 1963. Two letters. Autograph.

31. Laurence Irving; 1947. Telegram sent to Lee on the opening of his play 'Peasants' priest'.

32. Elizabeth Jennings; 1969, n.d. Six letters. Autograph.

33. Anthony Jones; 1996. One postcard. Autograph.

34. Russ Karel; 1984. One letter. Autograph.

35. Patrick Joseph Kavanagh; 1963-1995. Twenty-six letters and cards, one enclosing a letter from Malcolm A. Seymour of the Wells 800 Celebration to Lee asking Lee or Kavanagh to hold a literary evening. For correspondence relating to the Cheltenham Festival see Add MS 88936/15/1-3. Autograph.

36. L. Kay; 1977. One letter. Autograph.

37. Elizabeth Kelly; 1986. One letter. Autograph.

38. Fred Kendall; 1983. One letter. Signed.

39. Louis Kent; 1950. One letter. Signed.

40. Marie-Christine, Princess Michael of Kent; 1982. One card. Autograph.

41. Patrick and Gwen Kernon; 1980. Letter from Lee.

42. Sir Anthony Kershaw; 1991. One letter. Autograph. For correspondence with Lee relating to the legal proceedings against Lee for referring to the Tuck family as the Fluck family in Cider with Rosie see Add MS 88936/4/12, and for his correspondence with Lee relating to the proposed closure of Slad School see Add MS 88936/5/28.

43. Cecil King; 1958. One letter. Signed.

44. Peter Kinsley; 1970. One letter. Signed.

45. Trish Knight-Webb; 1991. One letter. Autograph.

46. Patricia Koechlin-Smythe, née Smythe; 1963-1989. Three letters and cards. Autograph and signed.

47. Derek Lambert; 1969, 1983. Three letters. Autograph and signed.

48. Geraldine Lawrence; 1959, 1960. Six letters. Autograph.

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