Photocopies and transcripts of over 450 letters written by Rudyard Kipling to family and friends. The family letters are to his aunt Edith Macdonald, his aunt Louisa Macdonald, her husband Alfred Baldwin and their grandson Oliver Baldwin; 1886-1918. The larger groups of letters are to Charles Frederic Moberly Bell (1847-1911) (62 letters, c.1894-c.1906), Leslie Cope Cornford (60 letters, 1897-1927), Colonel C. E. Hughes of the Imperial War Graves Commission (42 letters, 1929-1936), Cormell Price, headmaster of United Services College while Kipling was a pupil (36 letters, 1882-1910), Barclay H. Walton, a stockbroker and amateur sailor (47 letters, 1903-1912). To no other correspondent are there more than 15 letters.
Correspondence, lists, invoices, notes etc. relating to collection.
Printed, typed and photocopied versions of some Kipling verses.
One photograph of Kipling on board Barclay Walton's yacht, Bantam.