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Correspondents: surnames Sea-Smi

  • Fiona Searle, [1982]. On Humphrey Searle’s death.
  • Pierre Seghers, 1985.
  • Balelra [?] Selman, 2001.
  • Charles Seluzicki, bookseller, 1978-1986. With a photocopy of a letter from him to Michael Wishart.
  • Anto Sepp, 1981-1982.
  • Howard Sergeant, of Outposts Poetry Quarterly, 1980-1986.
  • R. T. Shaw, 1966.
  • Jan Shearsmith, 1998. Her thesis on Gascoyne is at Add MS 89011/9/3.
  • Philip Sherrard, 1991. One letter enclosing a draft article ‘Entries: reflections on the Journal of David Gascoyne’, by Zisimos Lorenzatos.
  • Mike Shields, of Orbis, 1982-1983.
  • Tony Shiels, of NNIDNID, 1986.
  • W. Shott, 1980. A letter to the editor of The Times Literary Supplement, for the attention of Gascoyne, with part of Gascoyne’s reply on the verso.
  • Jon Silkin, of Stand, 1979-1989.
  • Ann Simpson, of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 1999.
  • Iain Sinclair, 1995-2000.
  • Ghan Shyam Singh, of The Queen’s University of Belfast, 1989.
  • Charles Hubert Sisson, 1979-1981.
  • N. Sivasambu, 1987.
  • Östen Sjöstrand, 1990. The first leaf of the letter is missing.
  • Robin Skelton, 1962-1963. Includes a montage by Skelton entitled ‘Agaric’.
  • Elizabeth Smart, 1959-1981.
  • Andrew Smiley, 1982.
  • Anne Smith, of The Literary Review, 1980-1981.
  • Peter L. Smith, of Salisbury Cathedral School Association, 1990.
  • Stephen Stuart-Smith, later of the Enitharmon Press, 1980-1986. For correspondence when Stephen Stuart-Smith took over the Enitharmon Press, see Add MS 89011/6. For printed Christmas cards from the Rampant Lions Press and letters to Judy Gascoyne after Gascoyne’s death including those relating to the execution of Gascoyne's will see Add MS 89011/8.
  • William Jay Smith, 1995. A postcard from Gascoyne.

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