1. John Lehmann Ltd; 1947, 1952. An undated agreement for Lee to write an a ... 

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1. John Lehmann Ltd; 1947, 1952. An undated agreement for Lee to write an autobiography, signed by John Lehmann but not by Lee, and five letters from John Lehmann. Autograph and signed.

2. The London Magazine; 1954, 1955. Publishers of the poems 'Fish and water' and 'Shot fox'. Two letters from John Lehmann, the editor. Autograph and signed.

3. Macdonald Futura Publishers Ltd; 1980.

4. Mademoiselle; 1960-1970. Publishers of several articles mostly reprinted in I can't stay long.

5. David Martin, of the London School of Economics; [1978].

6. Mosaic; 1975.

7. John Murray (Publishers) Ltd; 1969, 1989. Publishers of an extract from As I walked out one midsummer morning in The Cornhill magazine, in 1969, and seeking to publish Lee's next work in 1989.

8. National Trust; 1983.

9. The New Press; 1992. Publishers of A Moment of war in the United States.

10. New York Times, and New York Times Book Review; 1961-1986. Includes letters from Richard Adams to Lee relating to Lee's interview with Adams for the newspaper.

11. The New Yorker; 1950-1970, n.d. Includes letter from William Maxwell and letters relating to the contract for publishing chapters of As I walked out one midsummer morning.

12. Nimbus; 1953.

13. W. W. Norton & Company; 1985.

14. Peter Owen Limited; 1960, 1987.

15. P.E.N.; 1956, 1964. The letter of 1956 is signed by C. Day Lewis.

16. Pan Books; 1987.

17. Playboy; 1970.

18. Poem of the Month Club; 1972.

19. Poetry Review; 1983.

20. Punch; 1953, 1954.

21. Quartet Books Limited; 1979. Publishers of Norman Parkinson's Sisters under the skin, which included an essay by Lee on Elisabeth Frink.

22. The Queen; 1959, 1960. Correspondence by Francis Wyndham relating to the articles 'Just as it comes' and 'The Village of Slad' published in The Queen.

23. George Rainbird Limited; 1970.

24. Readers' Digest; 1965-1986.

25. Redbook Magazine; 1967, 1968. Publisher of 'Aberfan revisited'.

26. The Review of English Literature; 1964.

27. Sandeman Bros & Co.; 1970.

28. The Saturday book; 1969. Published poem 'Girl under fig tree'. Letter from John Hadfield.

29. The Saturday Evening Post; 1959.

30. Seventeen; 1968.

31. Shell Chemical Company Limited; 1960.

32. Shuckburgh Reynolds; 1984, 1985. Designers of the Illustrated Cider with Rosie, published London: Century, 1984.

33. W. H. Smith & Son Ltd; 1985.

34. Studio Vista Limited; 1964, 1968. Successors to Vista Books.

35. The Sun; 1979, 1980.

36. The Sunday Mirror; 1967.

37. Sunday Referee; [1935]. Letter informing Lee that he had won a competition in the newspaper for the poem 'Life'.

38. The Sunday Times; 1962-1986.

39. Talbot-Whiteman; 1986.

40. Thames and Hudson; 1982. Letter from Victor Rigby asking Lee to discuss his foreword to a book by Elisabeth Frink intended to be published by Thames and Hudson.

41. The Times Literary Supplement; 1961.

42. John Courtenay Trewin; 1980.

43. TV Times; 1962.

44. Vista Books; 1960. Successor to Edward Hulton, book publishers. Succeeded by Studio Vista Limited.

45. Vernon Watkins; 1957. Autograph.

46. George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Limited; 1990. The letter of 1953 is signed by Cyril Connolly.

47. The Wichitan; 1978.

48. Woman's jJournal; 1983.

49. Woman's Realm; 1985, 1986.

50. Words Etcetera; 1986. Letter from Julian Nangle seeking a contribution.

51. Empty folder with notes of contracts by Lee; circa 1970.

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