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Correspondents: surnames Gue-Hey

  • Claudine Guéguen, 1983.
  • Alan D. Guest, 1995. With photographs of some of his paintings.
  • Meraud Guevara, née Guinness, 1965-1985, n.d., Also letters from her daughter Alladine Bridget, afterwards Lacroix, known as Nini, 1985-1992, n.d., a letter from Josette - , print-outs made in 2010 of web pages relating to Meraud Guevara and her husband Alvaro Guevara, the prospectus for an exhibition ‘Alvaro Guevara & his circle’, at the Michael Parkin Gallery, London, 1989, and typed extracts from Alladine Guevara’s memoir of her mother.
  • Mary Guiver, of the Cathedral School, Salisbury, 1991.
  • Győző Ferencz, 1986.
  • Adolphe Haberer, 1984-1990. With a draft letter of 1984 from Gascoyne
  • Sam Hackett, 1981.
  • John Haffenden, 1980.
  • Nicholas Hagger, 1991. With correspondence between him and Sebastian Barker.
  • Daniel Hael ..[?], 1982.
  • Richard Hallward, 1990-1996.
  • Michael Hamburger, 1964-2000.
  • Beatrix Hammarling and Edgell Rickword , n.d. A postcard.
  • John C. Hammer, 1965.
  • Paul Hammond, 1992.
  • Melvile Hardiment, 1992.
  • Christopher and Peggy Harmer, n.d.
  • Tony Harms, n.d.
  • David Hart, of West Midlands Arts, 1987.
  • Julian and Anthony Harvey, 1983.
  • Michael Hauke, 1981-1982.
  • Roland Hauswurz, 1984.
  • Desmond Hawkins, 1972.
  • Augy Hayter, [1988]. With a copy of the obituary of his father, Stanley William Hayter, which he wrote for the Daily Telegraph.
  • R. M. Healey, 1993.
  • Arnaud Hédin, n.d.
  • F. Hemple, 1985
  • Val Hennessy, n.d.
  • Adrian Henri, n.d.
  • Phoebe Hesketh, 1982-1995. Includes five poems by Hesketh.
  • Claude Heymann, 1985.

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