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Correspondence, 1866-1931.

Author: W E Doubleday
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondents include Sir Israel Gollancz, Beatrice Harraden, Mary Mackay (Marie Corelli), John Masefield, William Clark Russell, and John Collings Squire.
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Israel Gollancz; Beatrice Harraden; Marie Corelli; John Masefield; William Clark Russell; John Collings Squire, Sir; Marie Corelli; Israel Gollancz; Beatrice Harraden; John Masefield; William Clark Russell; John Collings Squire, Sir
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: W E Doubleday
OCLC Number: 28410011
Description: 130 items.

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Correspondents include Sir Israel Gollancz, Beatrice Harraden, Mary Mackay (Marie Corelli), John Masefield, William Clark Russell, and John Collings Squire.

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