Correspondents, surnames H-O.

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Correspondents, surnames H-O.

  • Gunnar Hägglöf, 1984. To Reinhardt.
  • Sir William John Haley, 1964-1983. With correspondence with Susan Haley written after Haley’s death, and a copy of the order of service for the thanksgiving service of 29 Oct 1987.
  • Sir Denis Hamilton, 1985-1988. To Reinhardt.
  • Olive Hamilton, 1988. To Reinhardt.
  • Rex and Mercia Harrison, 1987-1990. Two letters from Reinhardt to Rex and Merica Harrison, two letters from Mercia Harrison to Reinhardt.
  • Michael Harvey, 1989. From Reinhardt.
  • Sir David Hatch, of the BBC, 1987.
  • Christopher Hawtree, 1990-1991.
  • Andrew Holgate, of Hatchards, 1987. To Reinhardt.
  • Sarah Hollis, 1988. With correspondence on a memorial to her husband, Nigel Hollis.
  • Sir Michael Holroyd, 1986-1991. On his life of George Bernard Shaw.
  • Richard Hough, 1985. On a proposal for The Bodley Head to publish Hough’s history of the Garrick Club. The Club decided that the work should be published privately, although it was actually published as Ace of clubs by Deutsch in 1986. With correspondence with Michael Shaw of Curtis Brown.
  • Joseph E. Jeffs, Librarian, Georgetown University, 1989-1990. On the purchase by the University of Graham Greene and Bernard Shaw manuscripts, and the possibility of acquiring Reinhardt’s papers. With further correspondence with Jeffs’s successor, Susan K. Martin, 1991.
  • Sir Charles Johnston, 1983-1985. With a letter to Roy Fuller thanking him for agreeing to write an introduction to Johnston’s poems, which were published for the author by The Bodley Head, 1985.
  • T. N. Kaul, 1990-1991. With a greetings card from Kaul and an invitation from the India League to meet him.
  • Michael Korda, of Simon and Schuster. With press cuttings and associated letter from Deborah Rogers, 1978-1984.
  • Mark Leighton, 1994. On his request for information on Margaret Leighton, Reinhardt’s first wife.
  • Bernard Levin, 1979-1992.
  • Jo G. Links, 1984-1994
  • Sir Robert Lusty, 1974-1988.
  • Belinda McGill, 1991-1993.
  • Alexander Macmillan, 2nd Earl of Stockton, 1984-1987. To Reinhardt.
  • George Millar, 1987-1989.
  • Magnus Magnusson, 1989. From Reinhardt
  • Charles Mozley, 1962. Menu for the annual dinner of the Stellar Press, 4 May 1962, signed for Joan Reinhardt by Charles Mozley, who presumably drew the 14 cartoons illustrating metaphors on leaves found inside the menu.
  • Malcolm Muggeridge, 1981.
  • Tarquin Olivier, 1989. To Reinhardt on the death of Laurence Olivier, Baron Olivier of Brighton.

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