Contains a long & moving autograph letter from Bottomley to Lieut. Jack Isaacs about Isaac Rosenberg, and eleven letters to Mabel Blundell Heynemann.
Letter from Bottomley to Lieut. Jack Isaacs about Isaac Rosenberg discusses his hopes & disappointments while on active service in France, his death (on patrol, April 1, 1918), their correspondence & shared admiration for C.J. Wells & Lascelles Abercrombie (A great influence on Rosenberg'), commenting on Rosenberg's surviving papers & latest works ("The Unicorn", "Daughters of War"), &c. 4 closely-written pages 8vo. headed paper, The Sheiling, Silverdale, Carnforth, August 13, 1918, some wear at folds, in very good condition.
Eleven letters to Mabel Blundell Heynemann [letters dated 15 Feb 1932 - 8 Jun 1948], commenting on various matters including the death of Bottomley's father, the Brontë Society, music and opera, his work, and his wife Emily's death.