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J. Howard Woolmer Poetry bookshop collection, 1961-1967.

Author: J Howard Woolmer
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Poetry bookshop collection was assembled by bookseller J. Howard Woolmer in the course of compiling: The Poetry Bookshop, 1912-1935, A Bibliography. The collection consists largely of Woolmer's research material and pre-publication drafts of the bibliography. However, there is a group of nearly 100 letters from British authors and colleagues of Harold Monro addressed to Joy Grant during the course of her work
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: J R Ackerley; Conrad Aiken; Richard Aldington; Jethro Bithell; Martin Armstrong; Iris Barry; Edmund Blunden; Richard Church; Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, Sir; John Cournos; Gordon Craig; Maurice Willson Disher; Bonamy Dobrée; T S Eliot; Eleanor Farjeon; Adam Fox; Christina Foyle; David Garnett; Monk Gibbon; Christopher Hassall; F L Lucas; John Masefield; David Thompson Watson McCord; Alida Klemantaski Monro; Frank Morley; Raymond Mortimer; Thomas Moult; John Nash; Harold Nicolson; Harold Owen; John Piper; Ruth Pitter; William Plomer; Dorothy Pound; Peter Quennell; Herbert Read; Margaret Sackville; Helen Thomas; Louis Untermeyer; Alec Waugh; Hugh Williamson; Leonard Woolf; Harold Monro; Joy Grant
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J Howard Woolmer
OCLC Number: 313871216
Description: 4 document boxes.
Other Titles: Poetry bookshop collection.

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The Poetry bookshop collection was assembled by bookseller J. Howard Woolmer in the course of compiling: The Poetry Bookshop, 1912-1935, A Bibliography. The collection consists largely of Woolmer's research material and pre-publication drafts of the bibliography. However, there is a group of nearly 100 letters from British authors and colleagues of Harold Monro addressed to Joy Grant during the course of her work on: Harold Monro and the Poetry Bookshop. Correspondents, most of whom were published by Monro at the Poetry Bookshop, include J. R. Ackerley, Conrad Aiken, Edmund Blunden, T.S. Eliot, John Masefield, Herbert Read, Eleanor Farjeon, Alec Waugh, Leonard Woolf, Richard Aldington and others.

The Conrad Aiken material consists of two typed, signed letters from Aiken to Joy Grant, dated 23 Aug 1961 and 31 Oct 1962.

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