Gladys Easdale papers

Scope and Content

Notebook of draft poems; drafts of poetry and prose; photographs; letter, 1945.

Administrative / Biographical History

Easdale spent her adult life on the margins of the London literary and musical scene. She wrote about her life in an autobiography, Middle Age, 1885-1932, published in 1935, first anonymously and then under the surname of Killin.

Access Information

Open for research although at least 24 hours notice should be given.

Related Material

Senate House Library holds other collections of Easdale papers, references MS656 and AL341. The University of Reading also holds Easdale papers. The University of Sussex holds correspondence with Leonard Woolf.