The invoices sent to Riding in Deyá are from: W. Heffer & Sons, booksellers (7 invoices); Sanders and Co., booksellers (1 invoice); and A.W.Gamage Ltd. (1 invoice). One invoice (12 June 1935) bears ms note in Riding's hand; one (September 1935) bears ms note in Graves's hand. All invoices are for books, with the exception of the A.W.Gamage invoice, which is for a dinghy and paddle, to be delivered to Amy Graves. The file also contains an ms table of vowels, in Riding's hand; table uses verso of Seizin Press letterhead.
Invoices for purchases made by Laura Riding
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- ReferenceGB 473 RG/J/Riding/File 1
- Dates of Creation1935 to 1936
- Physical Description9 invoices and 1 additional leaf
Scope and Content
Canelluñ Collection number: CC5504
This refers to the arrangement of the papers in Robert Graves’ study before they were transferred to the College.
It is unclear why this correspondence remained at Deyá: in the 1970s Beryl Graves returned any papers she found that Riding had left behind at Canelluñ in 1936. The material arrived filed in a bundle of papers concerning Riding pre-1951 [WG ref CC0450 and CC0451] but placed here during cataloguing as the majority of the other papers completed other existing correspondence series.