Correspondence of Reinhardt and Potter with publishers (not indexed) and in ... 

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Correspondence of Reinhardt and Potter with publishers (not indexed) and individuals, filed approximately alphabetically by Reinhardt, from whom permission was sought to include material in the anthology Sense of humour edited by Stephen Potter. Correspondents include: Sir Norman Birkett, Patrick Hamilton, John Crow, Tom Driberg, Bernard Darwin, Ely Cuthbertson, T. S. Eliot (to him, subsequent correspondence being with Valerie Fletcher, afterwards Eliot, then his secretary), John Fothergill, Joan Farjeon, Eleanor Farjeon (to her), Virginia Graham (Mrs Thesiger), Humphrey Hare, John Boynton Priestley, D. B. Wyndham Lewis, Ted Kavanagh, Eric Linklater, Osbert Lancaster, John Betjeman (to him), Sir Harold Nicolson, C. A. Lejeune, J. B. Morton (‘Beachcomber’), May Laidler (relating to the work of her brother, Graham Laidler, the cartoonist known as 'Pont'), Malcolm Muggeridge (to him), Mary Herring, secretary to Terence Rattigan (who is addressed as G W 63, and responds by addressing Potter as No 1), Terence Rattigan (to him, addressed as 6), Henry Read (to him), Sir John Squire (to him, the reply was from his secretary), E. S. Turner, Sir Peter Ustinov, Mrs G. P. (Marjorie) Wells.

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