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Correspondents: surnames Gal-Gru

  • Brian Gallagher, 1997.
  • Gopalkrishna Gandhi, director the Nehru Centre, 1993.
  • Howard J. Garber, 1977.
  • Isabella Gardner [?], 1981
  • Philip Gardner, of the Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1981-1983.
  • Roger Garfitt, 1979-1980.
  • Claire Garnier, 1988.
  • Greg Gatenby, of Harbourfront, 1975-1989.
  • Georgette Camille de Gérando, 1980.
  • David Gerard, 1997.
  • Mark Gerson, 1990.
  • Ian Gibson, 1993-1994.
  • Robin Gibson, Curator, 20th Century, National Portrait Gallery, 1988.
  • Tom Gill, 1982.
  • Allen Ginsberg, 1980-1993.
  • Eunice Gluckman, 1966-1984.
  • Geoffrey Godbert, 1981-1991, n.d.
  • Jean-Pierre le Goff, 1984-1987. Letters including a number of prospectuses for le Goff’s work and some pamphlets by him, and a postcard sent by Gascoyne in 1995 but returned undelivered.
  • Adam Godley, 1986.
  • Mike Goldmark, 1995.
  • Gaby Goldscheider, 1990-1992.
  • Eve Goldsmith, of the Arvon Foundation, 1991.
  • Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1984.
  • R Golleti, n.d.
  • Mel Gooding, 1984-1988.
  • Gile Goodland, n.d.
  • David Goodway, of the University of Leeds, 1989-1997.
  • Alec Gordon, 1983-1985.
  • Dennis Gould, editor of Anarchist poets, 1987.
  • Nessie Graham, née Agnes Kilpatrick, 1982.
  • Allan Graubard, 1985-1994.
  • Graham Grayston, 1991-1992.
  • Martin Green, 1971.
  • Robert M. Greenfield, 1992.
  • Howard Griffin, n.d.
  • Wendy Griggs, 1992.
  • Miron Grindea, of Adam, 1982, n.d. Also a letter from Carola Grindea suggesting a Festschrift for Miron Grindea’s 75th birthday.
  • Cyril Grivet, 1996.
  • Valerie Grove, 1999.
  • Anna Gruentzner, 1977.

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