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Correspondents: surnames Moa-Oxl

  • John Moat, 1979.
  • Dottore Mondell, 1982. Draft by Gascoyne
  • Charles Moore, of The Spectator, 1989.
  • Bill Morgan, 1983-1986.
  • Barbara Moray, 1961-1990.
  • Kathleen E. Morgan, 1964-1965.
  • Andrew Motion, 2000.
  • Carmela Moya, 1980-1987, n.d. With several of her poems.
  • Muepu Muamba, 1988. With a poem by her.
  • Franz E Muheim, Swiss Ambassador to Great Britain, and L Hurzeler, Swiss Cultural Attache, invitations to lunch and a discussion, 1989.
  • Timour Muhidine, 1991.
  • Alan Munton, 1978-1998 With a copy of Gascoyne’s short tribute to Edgell Rickword.
  • Steve Murphy, 1984-1986.
  • Philip Murray, 1984-1988.
  • Edward Mycue, 1982.
  • Rafael Martinez Nadal, 1984-1992.
  • Suzanne Nalbantian, 1984.
  • Julian Nangle, 1976-1988.
  • R Navarri, 1981-1983.
  • Mitchild Nawiasky, of the Association of Psychotherapists, 1969.
  • Victor Neuburg, 1983.
  • Andrea Neufert, 1990.
  • Hubert Nicholson, 1985.
  • Virginia Nicholson, 2001.
  • Lars-Inge Nilson, 1990.
  • Bernard Noël, 1994.
  • Monica Norris, [1991], n.d.
  • James Nye, 1988-1995. One letter is addressed to ‘John’, but this is probably an error. With photocopies of four letters and a card send by Gascoyne to Nye and a printed book of poems by Nye entitled Supicious Package.
  • Ann Goosens Obermer, 1982-2001.
  • Sandra O’Connell, 2000.
  • Philip O’Connor, 1986-1996. With a draft reply by Gascoyne on the verso of a letter of 1995.
  • Paul O’Keeffe, 1991.
  • June Opie, 1987.
  • Karl Orend, of the Alyscamps Press, 1988-1994.
  • Sonia Orwell, 1964
  • P. C. Orr, of the British Council, 1967.
  • William and Patricia Oxley, [1981]-1991.

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