Correspondents: surnames Cai - Cle:

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Correspondents: surnames Cai - Cle:

  • Michael Caine, 1988.
  • Adrian Cairns, 1986-1995. With the typewritten text of his poem ‘Post-script at Uley’
  • Margaret Mary Callander, 1989.
  • Simon Callow, 1986-2005. With the word-processed text of Callow’s article ‘Introduction to “Night thoughts” by David Gascoyne’, 1995.
  • Marie Thérèse-Calmi, 1984.
  • Dan Campion, 1994.
  • Ion Caraion, 1983.
  • Michel Carassou, 1979-1983.
  • Roger Cardinal, of the University of Kent, 1980-1991.
  • Gerard Carey, 1995.
  • Ferdinand Carpanini, 1967.
  • Tina and Maurice Carpenter, 1979. With an 'Epithalamion for David Gascoyne' by Maurice Carpenter.
  • J-P. Cascarino, 1987-1988.
  • Betty Cass, known as ‘Cashenden’, 1957.
  • Nicholas Catanoy, 1994.
  • Maurice Carpenter, [1975] -1979.
  • Ronald W. Challoner, Honorary Assistant Consul in Nice, 1998.
  • Colin Chambers, 1984.
  • André Chouraqui, 1992.
  • Fadel Abbas von Chrome, 1989.
  • Eric Church, 1985.
  • Julian Ciepluch, editor of Spectrum, 1982-1983.
  • Héctor E. Ciocchini, 1981.
  • J.[?] E. Clancie, 1984.
  • Leonard Clark, 1970. Also a signed copy, no 45 of 100 copies of his Every voice (Guildford: Words Press, 1971); no 13 is in the general reference collections at Cup.410.c.55.
  • Edith J. Clarke, 1981-1982.
  • Lindsay Clarke, 1998.
  • Guy le Clech, n.d.
  • Honor Clerk and Robin Francis, of the National Portrait Gallery, 2000.
  • Douglas Cleverdon, 1965-1985. With the script of a broadcast ‘A year I remember, 1939’, by Francis Watson, produced for the BBC by Cleverdon, and sent by him to Gascoyne as an example of a feature Gascoyne might write. With a letter to Gascoyne and Judy from his widow 'Nest', i.e. Elinor Nesta Lewis, following his death in 1987.

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