English correspondence

Scope and Content

Gordon Bottomley, Silverdale, 1946.

C. M. Bowra, Oxford, 1943. 4 letters.

Algernon Blackwood, 1949-50.

Lord Alfred Douglas, Brighton, 1935-36. 6 letters (3 survive only as photocopies); telegram from Demarney to Douglas.

Sir Roland Fraser, Paris, 1948-52.

G.P. Gooch, Montreux, 1946.

James Joyce, Paris, 1927, photocopy of postcard. The letter mentions a 'tiny book of verse initialled' - this refers to Pomes Penyeach (1927), held in Special Collections and Archives, and inscribed to Morse by James Joyce.

Dallas Kenmare, Barnt Green, 1945.

Norman Macleod, Hartford, Conn., 1938. 2 letters.

C. M. Grieve (i.e. Hugh MacDiarmid) to Spartaco Gamberini, 1954.

Edward Sackville-West, 1939. 2 letters.

George Yeats, Dublin, 1944.