Alan Clodd papers relating to Aldous Huxley

Scope and Content

Comprises a letter from Sir Julian Huxley to Alan Clodd with an obituary of Aldous Huxley, the writer's brother, from the 'Times'.

Administrative / Biographical History

Alan Clodd (1918-2002) was a publisher, book collector and dealer, born in Dublin, Ireland. He was the grandson of Edward Clodd. In the 1950s and early 1960s Clodd published poetry pamphlets. He was the founder of Enitharmon Press and specialised in publishing neglected texts from the past to high editorial and production standards. The press published 150 texts during the period of Clodd's ownership. During the 1950s Clodd also started to collect books, particularly Victorian and Edwardian publications. He died in 2002.

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