Original file as above, but marked [by Ruth Gollancz]. Correspondents include :

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A.J.P. Andrews (fellow undergraduate : /2), Violet Bonham Carter, Lady Asquith (/6), Ivor Brown (/8), Henrietta Buckmaster (/11), Gwen Catchpool (widow of the pacifist, Corder Catchpool : /13), Harriet Cohen (/15), Diana Collins (/18), A.J. Cronin (/19), Peter de Vries (/22), Dortmund City Office for Youth (/27), Daphne du Maurier (/28), Michael Foot (/32), Pamela Frankau (/33), Lord Gardiner (/35), Viola Garvin (/36-8), Frank Gillard, BBC (/41), Bishop R.O. Hall (/43), City of Hamburg Youth Dept. (/45), Pamela Hansford Johnson (/47), C.R. Hewitt (C.H. Rolph : /53), H. Leslie Kirkley, Director OXFAM (/59), Sir Andrew McFadyean (/64), William Mann (/65), Kingsley Martin (/67), Naomi Mitchison (/68), Hilda Morgan (widow of Charles Morgan : /69), Lord Harewood, on behalf of the New Philharmonia Orchestra Trust (/70), Manfred B. Lee ('Ellery Queen' : /72), Canon T.R. Milford (/79), R.M. Pattison, hon. sec., International Council against Bullfighting, inviting Lady Gollancz to succeed Gollancz as a patron (/83), Roland Penrose (/84), Stephen Potter (/88), Rev. W.W. Simpson, Council of Christians and Jews (/98), Catherine Walston (/101-2).