John Galsworthy outgoing correspondence
This collection includes five outgoing letters from John Galsworthy, English novelist and playwright. Two letters are to W. H. (Wilfrid Hugh) Chesson regarding Joseph Conrad's Almayer's Folly. The other 3 letters represent Galsworthy's side of brief formal correspondence with Arthur Tait, Secretary of the Leeds Institute of Science, Art and Literature (now Leeds Metropolitan University). They include 2 responses from Galsworthy to requests to give lectures (1930, 1932) and his acknowledgment of a letter of congratulations (1932, the year that Galsworthy received the Nobel Prize for Literature).
- 1921 - 1932
- Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933 (Person)
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1 folder : 5 letters (8 pieces) in 1 folder (25x38 cm).
- Guide to the John Galsworthy Collection
- John Galsworthy outgoing correspondence
- Finding aid prepared by ksc, 2007.
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John Galsworthy outgoing correspondence, Department of Special Collections, MS P122, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas