Edward Gordon Duff: Letters to him

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Correspondence on bibliographical topics. The correspondents are Harry Gidney Aldis (7612/36); Seymour Montefiore Robert Rosso De Ricci (7611/53-59); John Philip Edmond (7612/39-69); Edgar Hoskins (7610/18-83); Robert Pickersgill Howgrave-Graham (7612/38); George Piper Johnston (7612/76-78); Richard E.G. Kirk (7612/24); Norman Maccoll (7612/7-9); Richard Maccoy (7612/21); Ronald Brunlees McKerrow (7612/26); Donald Maclean (7612/22, 23); Falconer Madan (7610/1-17); Arthur Roland Maddison (7612/19); J.P.A. [Madelly] (7612/18); James Saumarez Mann (7612/10-11); Sir Arthur Mitchell (7612/1-6); Edward Moore (7612/28); Sir James Augustus Henry Murray (7612/27); [J.H.] Palmer (7612/34); Robert Alexander Peddie (7612/35); Henry Robert Plomer (7612/12-15); Alfred William Pollard (7611/1-52); Robert Lee Ramsay (7612/33); Gilbert Richard Redgrave (7612/30); Waller Montgomery Sinclair (7612/31); Robert Steele (7612/16, 17); Edward Vazeille Stocks (7612/70-75); Ralph Straus (7612/25); George Henry Wakeling (7612/37); Christopher Watson (7612/32); George Charles Williamson (7612/20); and Charles Eveleigh Woodruff (7612/29).

Administrative / Biographical History

Edward Gordon Duff (1863-1924), librarian, bibliographer and historian.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation by holders of a Reader's Ticket valid for the Manuscripts Reading Room.

Acquisition Information

Bequeathed by Edward Gordon Duff.

Note

Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.

Other Finding Aids

Additional Manuscripts Catalogue.