Scope and Content

Correspondents: surnames Iac-Jus

  • Ioan Iacob, 1991.
  • Independent on Sunday, 1990. Draft letters from Gascoyne.
  • Kevin Ingram, 1979-1982.
  • Israel Museum, 2000.
  • Eugéne van Itterbeeeke, 1983. Draft letter from Gascoyne.
  • Michael Ivens, 1994.
  • Madame Edmond Jabés, 1991.
  • Philippe Jacertet, 1984.
  • Rob Jackaman, 1976-1978.
  • Kevin Jackson, 1995.
  • W. M. Jackson, 1965.
  • Rachel Jacobs, n.d.
  • François Jacqmin, 1980-1987. With cuttings of obituaries of him.
  • Jerzy Jarnbiewicz, 2001.
  • François Xavier Jaujard, 1982. Draft letter from Gascoyne.
  • Peter Jay, of Anvil Press Poetry, 1987.
  • M. Jedburgh, 1966.
  • Brian J. Jeffrey, 1992.
  • Paul Le Jéloux, 1985.
  • Simon Jenner, 1984.
  • Charlotte Jennings, [1987].
  • Mary Lou Jennings, 1986.
  • Dong Jiping, 1988.
  • Ted Joans, 1983 –[1985]. With a draft letter from Gascoyne.
  • Richard Jobson, 1987.
  • Adam Johnson, 1992-1993. A Christmas card with a verse by Johnson, and ten poems by him.
  • Buffie Johnson, 1980-1995, n.d. With an offprint of an article by her ‘Personal reminiscences of Laurence Durrell’, from Twentieth Century Literature, vol. 38, no 3 (Fall 1987), an invitation to her exhibition ‘The numbering series’, 1991 and three print-outs from web sites relating to her life.
  • Christopher Rhodes-Johnson, 1995. Inscribed photocopy of his musical compostion ‘Rochester: a sort of souvenir’.
  • Nicholas Johnson, 1996-1997.
  • David Pryce-Jones, 1982-1984.
  • Kenneth Jones, 1990.
  • Andrew Jordan, 1992.
  • Christine Jordis, of the British Council in Paris, 1979-2001.
  • Steve Juscik, n.d.
  • Monique Jutrin, 1994.

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