Fifty one autograph letters and one autograph postcard from Evelyn Underhill, to Miss Margaret Robinson, at one time resident at 30 Vine St, Liverpool, together with one autograph and one printed poem by Underhill. The letters are printed in Charles Williams (ed.) The Letters of Evelyn Underhill (1943), where the recipient is identified only as M.R. Underhill offers spiritual guidance, and discusses mystical works, translations, and preparations for new articles and books.
Not printed in the Williams collection are:
- ms5096: Autograph postcard, signed, Evelyn Underhill to Margaret Robinson. Offering to send a book on neo-Platonism on her return to England. Signed Evelyn Stuart Moore. 28 August 1907.
- ms5134: printed text, excised from an unidentified volume, of the poem 'Corpus Christi' by Evelyn Underhill.
- ms5135: autograph text of a poem by Evelyn Underhill entitled 'Mid Lent: Invitatory' beginning 'Come, break thy fast'.