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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Creative Works, 1912-1983 (bulk 1974-1981),

Series II: Notebooks, n.d.,

Series III: Personal Materials, 1978,

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Penelope Fitzgerald:

An Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator Fitzgerald, Penelope, 1916-
Title Penelope Fitzgerald Papers
Dates: 1912-1988
Abstract The papers of this British writer include research notes, manuscript drafts, incoming correspondence, and photographs relating to all of her major works.
RLIN Record # TXRC91-A1
Extent 8 boxes, 1 oversize flat box, 1 bound mss. (3.36 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Penelope Knox Fitzgerald was born into a literary family on December 17, 1916, in Lincoln, England. Her father was E. V. Knox, editor of Punch magazine (1932-1949). One of her uncles, Monseigneur Ronald Knox, was well known as a translator of the Bible and a writer of detective stories.

Penelope attended Somerville College and, in 1941, married Desmond Fitzgerald with whom she raised three children. Her work experience was varied and included working in the Ministry of Food, for the BBC, in a haunted bookshop in Southwold, and as an English teacher. Her first professional experience in writing came in the 1950s when she worked as an assistant editor for the literary magazine, World Review. She began her writing career as the biographer of Edward Burne-Jones ( Edward Burne-Jones: A Biography, 1975) and of her father and his three brothers in The Knox Brothers (1977).

Fitzgerald began writing fiction after her husband was diagnosed with cancer in the 1970s, partly in an effort to entertain him through his illness. Her first published novel was a mystery, The Golden Child (1977). Her second novel, The Bookshop, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1978, and in 1979 Fitzgerald won the Booker Prize for her novel Offshore. She was also shortlisted for Innocence (1986), The Beginning of Spring (1988) and The Gate of Angels (1990). Fitzgerald won the Heywood Hill Literary Prize for lifetime achievement in literature in 1996 and was awarded the National Book Critics Circle Prize in 1997 for Blue Flower, her fictional biography of the German Romantic poet Novalis.

Penelope Fitzgerald died on April 28, 2000. A collection of her short stories, The Means of Escape, was published later that year. Her collected essays, A House of Air and The Afterlife, were also published posthumously in 2003.

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Scope and Contents

Research notes, manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, contracts, and photographs, 1971-1988 (8 document cases), document the literary works of Penelope Fitzgerald. Arranged as received in two series representing her creative works and research notebooks, the papers reflect the research and production phases of her works as well as the responses to them. Nearly half of the materials are research notebooks filled with various notes, writings, and clippings. There are also research materials included in the creative works series under each title. A third series was added comprising personal materials not related to any of Fitzgerald's writings. Oversized materials include one promotional poster for The Beginning of Spring and printed materials.

The creative works series includes varying levels of documentation on all nine of Fitzgerald's major works ( The Knox Brothers, Offshore, Innocence, Charlotte Mew, The Beginning of Spring, The Bookshop, The Golden Child, Edward Burne-Jones, and At Freddie's) and four of her minor works ( The Axe, The Poetry Bookshop, The Works of Ernest Shepherd, and Human Voices). The papers contain substantial information on the Knox brothers, Charlotte Mew, and Edward Burne-Jones that provides extensive documentation for research. There are eleven manuscripts, two of which are handwritten and four of which contain extensive corrections. Much of the research correspondence is annotated with comments by Fitzgerald. Also included in the creative works series are Fitzgerald's inventory lists which state the significance of many of the materials she collected during her research. There is no outgoing correspondence in the collection.

The researcher should be aware that this is a very consciously created collection in that Fitzgerald selected the materials that would be included and made notations on many of them as to their significance or their relationship to her work. Some of her commentaries are quite blunt. None of Fitzgerald's life prior to her writing career is reflected in the papers.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Adams, Frederick B. (Frederick Baldwin), 1910-
Arnott, W.G.
Askwith, Betty, 1909-
Batey, Mavis.
Blakeway, John, 1918-
Blunt, Wilfrid, 1901-
Bruford, Walter Horace, 1894-
Butler, Basil Christopher
Carrington, Charles Edmund, 1897-
Cassavetti, Eileen
Christian, John, fl.1974-
Cline, Clarence Lee
Colbeck, R. Norman (Reginald Norman), 1903-
Collins, Dorothy E.
Crankshaw, Edward
Crowe, Michael J.
Dammers, A.H. (Alfred Hounsell), 1921-
D'Arcy, Ella
Daube, David
Dearden, James S.
Denniston, Robin
Dickinson, Patric, 1914-
Dorment, Richard
Easton, Malcolm
Edel, Leon, 1907-
Ellmann, Richard, 1918-
Farmer, Herbert Henry, 1892-
Farnhill, Kenneth H.
Feldhaus, Irmgard
Fredeman, William E. (William Evan), 1928-
Freyberg, Paul Richard Freyberg, Baron, 1923-
Garnett, Richard
Gilling, John
Gittings, Robert
Gladstone, Erskine William, Sir, 1925-
Golombek, Harry, 1911-
Grylls, R. Glynn (Rosalie Glynn), 1905-
Haight, Gordon S. (Gordon Sherman), 1901-1985
Hardinge of Penshurst, George Edward Charles Hardinge, Baron, 1921-
Henderson, Philip, 1906-
Hinsley, F.H. (Francis Harry), 1918-
Holroyd, Michael
Hooper, Leonard J., 1914-
Howard, George Anthony Geoffrey, 1920-
Isham, Gyles, Sir, Bart., 1903-
Jenkins, A.D. Fraser
Jones, Peter, 1929-
Judd, Stephen
Kahn, David, 1930-
Kelvin, Norman
King, Francis Henry
Kingsford R.J.L. (Reginald John Lethbridge), 1900-
Lannom, Gloria W.
Lascelles, Mary
Levy, Paul, 1941-
Lillington, Kenneth
Lovat, Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Baron, 1911-
Maas, Jeremy
Maclean, A.D. (Alan Duart)
Macmillan, Harold, 1894-
Maschler, Tom
Mew, Charlotte Mary, 1869-1928
Monro, Harold, 1879-1932
Morris, Helen Soutar, 1909-
Murdoch, John, 1945-
Murray, John, 1908-
Needham, Joseph, 1900-
Newby, P.H. (Percy Howard), 1918-
Ormond, Richard
Oxford and Asquith, Julian Edward George Asquith, earl, 1916-
Parkinson, Ronald
Plymouth, Other Robert Ivor Windsor-Clive, earl, 1923-
Richardson, Margaret Alison
Samuels-Lasner, Mark, 1952-
Sewter, A.C.
Spencer, Gilbert, 1892-
Surtees, Virginia
Sykes, Marjorie
Thirkell, Lance
Tillotson, Kathleen Mary
Toynbee, Philip
Trevelyan, Raleigh
Usborne, Richard
Vidler, Alexander Roper, 1899-
Wansbrough, Elizabeth Lewis
Wansbrough, George, 1904-
Watts, Marjorie
Waugh, Auberon
Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966
Wilkinson, L.P.
Williams, Frederick J.
Wilson, Angus
Winterbottom, F.W. (Frederick William), 1897-
Yorke, Margaret

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchase, 1989

Processed by

Andra Whitworth, Vonda Totten, 1990

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I: Creative Works, 1912-1983 (bulk 1974-1981),
4 1/2 boxes

This series consists of Fitzgerald's papers relating to her various creative works. Arranged as received, the papers are organized into subseries by the particular works they concerned. Some works are more completely represented than others. For example, "The Axe "has only one folder of production materials, while The Knox Brothers has 19 folders of research materials and correspondence. To show the various phases of the writing and publishing process, each work is arranged into research materials, manuscripts, production materials, responses to the book, and Fitzgerald's inventories of documents. The research materials include notes, incoming correspondence, photographs, and items Fitzgerald collected in pursuing her research. Fitzgerald corresponded with biographers, historians, British nobility, and relatives of the people she wrote about. This correspondence reveals information not only about Fitzgerald's subjects, but also about closely-related topics, such as the Pre-Raphaelites (the Rossettis in particular), Oscar Wilde, and George Eliot. Manuscripts (some handwritten) are present for Offshore, Innocence, Charlotte Mew, The Beginning of Spring, The Bookshop, At Freddie's, and her introduction to The Poetry Bookshop. All have corrections. Production materials include correspondence from her publishers, contracts, and dust jackets. Responses to the book include both personal letters and review clippings. Fitzgerald's inventories of documents are filed at the end of the materials for each work and provide additional information about items in the collection. Incoming correspondence is arranged alphabetically; all other materials are arranged chronologically. Materials dating from 1912-1970 are items gathered by Fitzgerald in the course of her research. An index of works is located at the end of this guide.
Of particular note the page proofs of Evelyn Waugh's The Life of the Right Reverend Ronald Knox, Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, and Pronotary Apostolic to His Holiness Pope Pius XII, located with the research materials for The Knox Brothers.
The Knox Brothers
General
Research
box folder
1 1 Incoming correspondence, 1974, 1981
2 Genealogy, n.d.
3 Collected Reports
4 Photos
5 Production, 1975
Responses to the Book
6 Incoming correspondence, 1977-83, n.d.
7 The Tablet: The International Catholic Weekly, Jan. 7, 1978
8 Author's Inventory of Documents
Dillwyn (Dilly) Knox
Research
9 Incoming correspondence, 1974-77
10 Clippings
11 Responses to the Book, incoming correspondence, 1978-84
E.V. Knox
12 Research, incoming correspondence, 1957, 1974
13 Responses to the Book, incoming correspondence, 1978
Ronald Knox
Research
14 Incoming correspondence, 1974-77
15 The life of the Right Reverend Ronald Knox... by Evelyn Waugh. Page proofs. (shelved w/bound mss.)
16 Letters of Evelyn Waugh to Lady Peck, 1958-59
17 Responses to the Book, incoming correspondence, 1977-79
Wilfred Knox
18 Research, incoming correspondence, 1950, 1974-78
19 Responses to the Book, incoming correspondence, Offshore 1978-83
20 Typescript with holograph corrections, (photocopy) n.d.
21 Production, 1979-80
Responses to the Book
22 Incoming correspondence, 1979-80
23 Letters re Booker Prize, 1979-80
24 Clippings, 1979
Innocence
box folder
2 1 Research notes
2 Typescript with holograph corrections
3 Typescript with holograph corrections (photocopy)
4 Typescript (photocopy)
5 Production, 1986
Responses to the Book
6 Incoming correspondence, 1988-87
7 Clippings, 1987-1988
Printed materials (removed to oversize storage)
8 Author's Inventory of Documents
Charlotte Mew and Her Friends
Research
box folder
3 1 Incoming correspondence, 1979-87
2 Copies of Letters, 1912-30
3 Research materials
4 Photos
5 "Delivered," short story by Charlotte Mew
6 Legal Documents re Mew family
7 Handwritten Manuscript
8 Setting copy (photocopy)
Responses to the Book
9 Incoming correspondence, 1984-85
10 Clippings, 1984-85
Printed materials (removed to oversize storage)
11 Author's Inventory of Documents
box folder
4 1 The Axe, production, 1975-76
The Beginning of Spring
2 Research notes
3 Handwritten Manuscript
4 Typescript with holograph corrections
Production--Poster (removed to oversize storage)
Responses to the Book
5 Clippings, 1988
Printed materials (removed to oversize storage)
The Bookshop
6 Research materials
7 Typescript with holograph corrections
8 Production, 1978-80
Responses to the Book
9 Incoming correspondence, 1978-80
10 Clipping
Printed materials (removed to oversize storage)
11 Author's Inventory of Documents
The Golden Child
12 Production, 1976-78
13 Responses to the Book, incoming correspondence, 1979
Human Voices
14 Production, 1980
Responses to the Book
15 Clippings, 1980
Printed materials (removed to oversize storage)
Introduction to The Poetry Bookshop, 1912-1935: A Bibliography by J. Howard Woolmer]
Research
16 Incoming correspondence, 1977-79
17 Printed Materials, 1979
18 Photos
19 Typescript with holograph corrections (photocopy)
20 Author's Inventory of Documents
"The Development of the Line" [contribution to The Work of E. H. Shepard]
Production, 1978
box
4 At Freddie's
box folder
5 1 Typescript with holograph corrections
2 Production, 1981
Edward Burne-Jones: A Biography
Research
Incoming correspondence, 1971-78
3 A-H
4 I-Z
5 Collected Materials
6 Production, 1972-73
Responses to the Book
7 Incoming correspondence, 1975-78
8 Clippings, 1975
9 Author's Inventory of Documents

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Series II: Notebooks, n.d.,
3 1/2 boxes

This series consists of 57 notebooks used by Fitzgerald in her research and in drafting her stories. The notebooks contain handwritten notes and parts of manuscripts as well as various loose sheets (many torn from other notebooks), correspondence, and clippings that have been left in their original positions between the pages. In some instances it was possible to determine a title for the notebooks, although there is no assurance that all the material in that notebook pertains to a specific novel or short story. Where no single title could be determined, a parenthetical note has been placed on the folder list to give the researcher some indication of the contents of the notebook. In many cases, the notes written on the covers of the notebooks were simply too extensive or too illegible to transcribe. None of the notebooks are dated, but they are a potential goldmine for researchers interested in Fitzgerald's research and writing processes.
box folder
5 10 Rough drafts At Freddie's
11 At Freddie's (What: Are They Children?), outlines and scenes. With research re Lilian Bayliss
12 Burne-Jones ms. scenes
13 Exercise book with The Likeness (Dimmie)plot outline, draft of Somerset short story (unpublished), ventriloquism dialogues
13 Book 14. Knox Brothers research
13 The Poetry Bookshop / Charlotte Mew, loose papers
14 The Bookshop One, ms. scenes
15 The Bookshop Two, ms. scenes
box folder
6 1 Burne-Jones
2 Burne-Jones 2 (incl. Mayday Poem)
3 Burne-Jones 3 (Italian expedition)
4 Burne-Jones 5
5 Burne-Jones 6
6 Burne-Jones 7
7 Burne-Jones 8
8 Burne-Jones 9 (Rothenstein, Men & Memories)
9 Burne-Jones 10
10 Burne-Jones 11 (Hearts Ease, Gerard's Herbal, conversations with Rooke)
11 Burne-Jones 12
12 Innocence scenes, including Parenti - The Dressmaker
13 Beginning of Spring (The Greenhouse) research
14 Charlotte Mew, Harold Monro
15 F. S. Flint, Harold Monro, The Poetry Bookshop
16 Charlotte Mew research (Sidney Cockerell)
17 The Iron Bridge, scenes from detective story, unfinished
18 18 Sale or Return, scenes from second detective story, unfinished, and clippings
box folder
7 1 Charlotte Mew research
2 William Morris (The Novel on Blue Paper), Mrs. Oliphant intro and research, Guns (?)
3 Mrs. Oliphant intro and research
4 Offshore Book 1
5 Offshore 2
6 Offshore 3
7 The Likeness (plot of an abandoned novel that became a short story in paperback Means of Escape, 2001), William Morris and Burne-Jones
8 William Morris ( Novel on Blue Paper) intro. and Burne-Jones
9 Burne-Jones, notes on 1890s
10 Burne-Jones, some scenes, research on Greek community
11 Burne-Jones, research (notes from Gladstone's library at Hawarden)
12 Charlotte Mew, draft index
13 Poetry Bookshop, poets, Charlotte Mew
14 Burne-Jones, scraps
15 Burne-Jones, research
16 The Poetry Bookshop, research and interview with Patric Dickinson
17 Burne-Jones research and William Morris Novel on Blue Paper intro
Box Folder
7 18 The Poetry Bookshop, Lascelles Abercrombie, Charlotte Mew's letters transcribed
19 Burne-Jones, very early research (1971)
20 Charlotte Mew's letters transcribed
21 Innocence, scenes including material for a second, unwritten part of the story
22 Innocence, early research and ideas
box folder
8 1 Burne-Jones, early research
2 Burne-Jones, research
3 Beginning of Spring, scenes and research
Box Folder
8 4 Beginning of Spring, conception and scenes, and Bloomsbury Review (Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell) research
box folder
8 5 Burne-Jones, research
6 Burne-Jones, introduction as first written and research
7 Offshore, early versions of many scenes with the children's real names
8 Burne-Jones, manuscript parts of chapters and notes for the 1880s and 1890s year by year
9 Burne-Jones, early research
10 Burne-Jones, letters from Dante and Rossetti
11 Burne-Jones, research
12 Burne-Jones, research
13 Burne-Jones, list of chapters, Beardsley, financial help to Oscar Wilde
14 Burne-Jones, research, 1870s year by year
15 Charlotte Mew, research, in year order and Ada Leverson
16 Innocence, Gramsci visit and other scenes
17 The Likeness, planned novel 1977, poem "The Kitchen Drawer," and Mew research, Icons, Mentmore clippings

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Series III: Personal Materials, 1978,
1 folder

This series focuses on Fitzgerald's personal materials that do not relate to any of her creative works. The folder contains two blank postcards, a memorial card on Joshua Haycraft's death, and a poem written (by Colin Haycraft?) to celebrate the 1978 election of a new Professor of Poetry at Oxford.
box folder
8 18 Duckworth memorabilia, 1978

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 Penelope Fitzgerald Papers--Correspondents List 

  • Adams, Frederick B. (Frederick Baldwin), 1910-.--3-1
  • Amory, Mark, 1941-.--1-14
  • Arnott, W. G.--1-9
  • Askwith, Betty, 1909-.--[Betty Miller Jones]--3-9
  • Asquith, Katharine.--5-3
  • Backhouse, M. Joy (Mrs.).--4-21
  • Bagley, Jack [J.M.E., Canon].--1-18
  • Bagot, O. R.--5-3
  • Balmaceda, Margarita.--5-3
  • Barnden, Patricia.--5-3
  • Barnes, Melvyn.--3-1
  • Batey, Mavis.--1-9, 1-23
  • Beaulah, G. K.--5-7
  • Bennett, Susan.--1-9
  • Birch, Vera.--1-9
  • Birtchnell, Percy C.--3-1
  • Blakeway, John, 1918-.--2-6
  • Blunt, Wilfrid, 1901-.--5-3
  • Boyle, Alexander.--1-17
  • Bradley, Bridget.--1-11
  • Brooksbank, Susan.--1-14
  • Bruford, Walter Horace, 1894-.--1-9
  • Buchan, Toby.--5-3
  • Bulmer, R. H.--1-11
  • Burden, Vera B.--3-9
  • Butler, Basil Christopher [Christopher, Bishop B.C.]--1-17, 1-23
  • Cantacuzino, Marina.--1-23
  • Carr, James L.--2-6
  • Carrington, Charles Edmund, 1897-.--5-3
  • Cassavetti, Eileen.--5-3
  • Chapman, F. J.--1-17
  • Chesterman, Sylvia.--4-16
  • Christian, John, fl. 1974-. [John Gordon]--5-3
  • Cisar, Peter.--4-9
  • Clarke, C. M. (Mrs.).--1-22
  • Cline, Clarence Lee [C.L.]--5-3
  • Coke, C. S.--1-14
  • Colbeck, R. Norman (Reginald Norman), 1903-.--5-3
  • Collins, Dorothy E.--1-14
  • Coulson, G. A.--1-17
  • Crankshaw, Edward.--1-9
  • Creaven, John J.--1-14
  • Crowe, Michael J.--1-14
  • Crozier, Robert Dupre.--1-17
  • Curgenven, Peter, Rev.--5-3
  • Dammers, A. H. (Alfred Hounsell), 1921-.--[Horace]--1-18
  • D'Arcy, Ella.--3-2
  • Daube, David.--1-19
  • Davidow, Mary C.--3-10
  • Dearden, James S.--5-3
  • Dennis, Imogen.--5-3
  • Denniston, Robin.--1-6, 1-9, 1-23, 5-3
  • Dewey, Meredith B., Rev.--1-18
  • Dexter, Kathleen M.--1-23
  • Dickinson, Patric, 1914-.--4-16
  • Dorment, Richard.--5-3
  • Ducrow, Sally.--1-22
  • Duesbury, Kendall.--4-8
  • Duff, Hester L. E.--1-19
  • Dundmuir, Aileen M.--1-22
  • Easton, Malcolm.--5-3, 5-7
  • Edel, Leon, 1907-.--5-3
  • Ellmann, Richard, 1918-.--5-3, 5-7
  • Erskine, T. R. (Ralph).--1-11
  • Farmer, Herbert Henry, 1892-.--1-18
  • Farnhill, Kenneth H.--1-9
  • Feldhaus, Irmgard.--5-3
  • Fisher, Emma.--4-9
  • Fredeman, William E. (William Evan), 1928-.--5-3
  • Freyberg, Paul Richard Freyberg, Baron, 1923-.--5-3
  • Garnett, Richard.--1-5, 1-9
  • Gilling, John.--1-18
  • Gittings, Robert.--3-9, 4-16
  • Gladstone, Erskine William, Sir, 1925-.--5-3
  • Golombek, Harry, 1911-.--1-9
  • Gough, Michael.--2-6
  • Grant, Bridget.--1-14
  • Grylls, R. Glynn (Rosalie Glynn), 1905-. [Lady Rosalie Mander]--5-4
  • Haight, Gordon S. (Gordon Sherman), 1901-1985.--5-3, 5-7
  • Hallam, Annie.--4-8
  • Handisyde, George, Canon.--1-18
  • Hardinge of Penshurst, George Edward Charles Hardinge, Baron, 1921-.--5-3
  • Hardinge of Penshurst, Helen.--5-3
  • Hawker, Pamela.--1-19
  • Haycraft, Anna.--4.12
  • Haycraft, Colin.--4-8, 4-12, 5-3, 8-18
  • Heddingham, Sybil.--5.3
  • Henderson, Philip, 1906- .--5.3
  • Hibbert, F. Dennis.--1.18
  • Hinsley, F. H. (Francis Harry), 1918- .--1.9
  • Holroyd, Michael.--3.9
  • Hooper, Leonard J., 1914- .--1.9
  • Howard, George Anthony Geoffrey, 1920- .--5.3
  • Ingram, Michael.--1.23
  • Isham, Gyles, Sir, Bart., 1903- .--5.3
  • Isham, Virginia.--5.3
  • Jameson, Harriet C.--4.16
  • Jenkins, A. D. Fraser.--5.4
  • Jerdein, Charles.--5.4
  • Johnston, Violet.--5.4
  • Jones, Peter, 1929- .--4.16
  • Joss, Dennis H.--4.9
  • Judd, Stephen.--1.1
  • Kahn, David, 1930- .--1.9
  • Kelvin, Norman.--5.4, 5.7
  • King, Francis Henry.--1.23, 2.6, 3.9, 5.4
  • Kingsford, R. J. L. (Reginald John Lethbridge), 1900- .--1.18
  • Kingston, Ruth.--1.6
  • Knox, Oliver.--1.9
  • Lannom, Gloria W.--4.13
  • Lascelles, Mary.--3.9
  • Laughton, Katharine.--3.9
  • Law, P. J.--1.12
  • Leclerc, Yves.--4.9
  • Levin, Bernard.--1.14, 5.4
  • Levy, Paul, 1941- .--1.9
  • Lillington, Kenneth.--3.9
  • Loewe, Michael.--1.19
  • Lovat, Simon Christopher Joseph Fraser, Baron, 1911- [Shimi].--1.17
  • Low, Adam.--1.23
  • Luttrell, Edward.--4.16
  • Maas, Jeremy.--5.4
  • Macalay, Rose.--1.12
  • MacDonald, Murray, Canon.--1.18
  • McGregor, Freda (Mrs. L.).--4.16
  • MacInnes, Gurney.--1.19
  • Macintyre, Kenneth (Mrs.)--1.23
  • Mackenzie, J. G. (Iain).--1-18
  • Mackenzie, Laura.--1-23
  • Maclean, A. D. (Alan Duart).--1-5
  • Macmillan, Harold, 1894-.--1-6
  • Marshall, Roderick.--5-4
  • Martin, Keith A.--1-23
  • Maschler, Tom.--4-1
  • Mead, Hugh.--1-9
  • Mervyn, Grahame.--1-23, 5-7
  • Mew, Charlotte Mary, 1869-1928.--3-2
  • Mew, K. F.--3-10
  • Miller, Beatrix.--1-23
  • Milligan, Helen.--5-4
  • Moberly, Edward.--1-19
  • Monro, Harold, 1879-1932.--3-1
  • Morel, Oliver.--4-16
  • Morris, Helen Soutar, 1909-.--1-9
  • Moseley, Elsie M.--1-1, 1-6
  • Mullett, John St. H., Rev.--1-18
  • Murdoch, John, 1945-.--5-4
  • Murray, John, 1908-.--5-4
  • Nanson, Mary E.--1-23
  • Neame, Phyllis.--4-9
  • Needham, Joseph, 1900-.--1-18
  • Neil-Smith, Christopher, Rev.--1-18
  • Newby, P. H. (Percy Howard), 1918-.--1-23
  • Oliver, Robert.--4-13
  • Oliver, Stephen.--3-10
  • Ollard, Richard.--1-21, 4-14
  • Ormond, Richard.--5-4
  • Oxford and Asquith, Julian Edward George Asquith, earl, 1916-. [Oxford]--1-14, 1-17, 5-4
  • Palmer, Michael.--5-4, 5-7
  • Parish, Dorothy.--5-4
  • Parkinson, Ronald.--5-4
  • Pedley, Geoffrey H. K., Prebendary.--1-18
  • Pepper, Barbara (Mrs. J.).--1-19
  • Petty, Mike.--4-1
  • Plymouth, Other Robert Ivor Windsor-Clive, earl, 1923-.--5-4
  • Price, Ianthe.--4-16
  • Proffitt, Stuart.--3-9
  • Raimes, Helen (Mrs. H. P.).--4-9
  • Reynolds, P. (Mrs. Louis R.).--5-4
  • Richardson, Margaret Alison. [Peggie, Mrs. Gordon]--1-6
  • Ridolfi, Remo Angelo (Ray A.).--2-6
  • Robertson, Christian.--5-4
  • Rooke, Celia.--5-4
  • Ryde, Mary.--5-4
  • Samuels-Lasner, Mark, 1952-.--5-7
  • Scammell, H. A. (Mrs.).--3-1
  • Scott, Muriel.--5-4
  • Sewter, A. C.--5-4
  • Sherwood, John.--4-16
  • Spencer, Gilbert, 1892-.--1-9
  • Stark, Matthew.--1-17
  • Stevenson, Quentin.--3-9
  • Street, J. M.--1-14
  • Surtees, Virginia.--2-6, 5-4
  • Swinburne, Laurence.--4-13
  • Sword, Richard.--4-16
  • Sykes, Marjorie.--1-1
  • Taylor, Iris M.--4-1
  • Thirkell, Lance.--5-4
  • Thomas, E. F.--5-7
  • Tibbotts, George.--1-18
  • Tillotson, Kathleen Mary.--3-9
  • Tongue, Stanley.--1-18
  • Toynbee, Philip.--4-16
  • Trevelyan, Raleigh.--5-6, 5-7
  • Tweedsmuir, Susan, Lady.--5-4
  • Usborne, Richard.--1-13, 1-14, 1-23
  • Vidler, Alexander Roper, 1899-.--1-18, 1-19
  • Vines, Joy R.--4-16
  • Walters, D. M. I., Canon.--5-4
  • Wansbrough, Elizabeth Lewis.--5-4
  • Wansbrough, George, 1904-.--1-14
  • Waterhouse, A.--1-9
  • Watts, Marjorie.--3-1
  • Waugh, Auberon.--1-14
  • Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966.--1-16
  • Welbourn, Olga.--1-11
  • Whiteley, D. Pepys.--1-18
  • Wilkinson, L. P. [Patrick]--1-9
  • Williams, Frederick J.--1-11
  • Wilson, Andrew.--1-6
  • Wilson, Angus.--5-4
  • Winterbottom, F. W. (Frederick William), 1897-.--1-9
  • Woodruff, Douglas.--1-17
  • Yorke, Margaret.--1-23

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