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H. RIder Haggard papers, 1866-1956.

Author: H Rider Haggard
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection is composed of 66 letters from Haggard to various members of his family, primarily to his sister-in-law, Agnes Barber Haggard, who had been his secretary. There are nearly 250 letters addressed to Haggard, to Coulson Kernahan, and to others. Among the correspondents are: James Barrie, Hall Caine, Mrs Patrick Campbell, Joseph Chamberlain, Wilkie Collins, Marie Corelli, Austin Dobson, A. Conan Doyle,  Read more...
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Named Person: J M Barrie; Hall Caine, Sir; Joseph Chamberlain; Wilkie Collins; Marie Corelli; Austin Dobson; Arthur Conan Doyle; James Anthony Froude; John Galsworthy; Edmund Gosse; Coulson Kernahan; Andrew Lang; John Everett Millais; William Morris; Ouida; Grant Richards; Rafael Sabatini; John Tenniel, Sir; J M Barrie; Hall Caine, Sir; Wilkie Collins; Marie Corelli; Austin Dobson; Arthur Conan Doyle; James Anthony Froude; John Galsworthy; Edmund Gosse; Coulson Kernahan; Andrew Lang; John Everett Millais; William Morris; Ouida; Grant Richards; Rafael Sabatini; John Tenniel
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: H Rider Haggard
OCLC Number: 460880598
Language Note: Material is in English.
Description: 2 linear ft ( 4 boxes).

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The collection is composed of 66 letters from Haggard to various members of his family, primarily to his sister-in-law, Agnes Barber Haggard, who had been his secretary. There are nearly 250 letters addressed to Haggard, to Coulson Kernahan, and to others. Among the correspondents are: James Barrie, Hall Caine, Mrs Patrick Campbell, Joseph Chamberlain, Wilkie Collins, Marie Corelli, Austin Dobson, A. Conan Doyle, J.A. Froude, John Galsworthy, Edmund Gosse, Andrew Lang, C.J. Longman, J.E. Millais, William Morris, Ouida, Grant Richards, Rafael Sabatini, and John Tenniel. There are several manuscripts by Haggard and printed materials relating to him. There are 20 letters from Haggard to his oldest sister, Ella Green, and about 110 to his brother, Col. Andrew C.P. Haggard.

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