The letters concern the selection and inclusion of essays and illustrations in 'Outline' (Paul Nash's autobiography); the BBC broadcast and proposed book inclusions of extracts from Paul Nash's letters to Margaret during the First World War; and the possible completion of Paul's life story by Anthony Bertram. Together with a list of illustrations for 'Outline' (TGA 7050/2238) and six letters exchanged between Margaret Nash and Peter du Sautoy, Faber & Faber, regarding subsiduary publishing rights of 'Outline', including one letter addressed to Mr Sautoy's predecessor, Mr Stewart, and a copy of a letter from F.R. Steele, Richard Steele & Son to Margaret Nash's solicitors, Messrs Darby & Son (TGA 7050/2244-9). TGA 7050/2236 includes pencil notes on the reverse in Margaret Nash's hand.
Correspondence between Margaret Nash and Richard de la Mare, Faber & Faber, including four letters between Margaret Nash and David Bland, Assistant to Richard de la Mare, in his absence.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/2231-2250
- Dates of Creation1946 - 1947
- Physical Description10 pieces