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Papers, ca. 1923-1983.

Author: Kenneth Clark; Jane Clark
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of correspondence, composed largely of incoming letters to Kenneth Clark and his wife, Jane, with occasional typescript carbon copies of Clark's response, and partial diary from 1934. It also includes one group of letters from Clark to his biographer, Meryle Secrest, who originally compiled these papers. Although the letters span from 1923 to 1983, the bulk covers the years between 1923 and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Diaries
Typescripts
Carbon copies
Correspondence
Named Person: Graham Vivian Sutherland; John Piper; O F Morshead, Sir; C F Bell; Bernard Berenson; C M Bowra; Benjamin Britten; Kenneth Clark; Sibyl Colefax; Marion Dorn; Michael Holroyd; E McKnight Kauffer; Gerald Kelly; David Knowles; Henry Lamb; E Thurlow Leeds; Rosamond Lehmann; Nicky Mariano; Henry Moore; Umberto Morra Di Lavriano; Paul Nash; Benedict Nicolson; Harold Nicolson; Myfanwy Piper; V Sackville-West; Philip Sassoon, Sir; Meryle Secrest; Pavel Tchelitchew; Feliks Tololski
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Clark; Jane Clark
OCLC Number: 444734661
Description: 2 file boxes.

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The collection consists of correspondence, composed largely of incoming letters to Kenneth Clark and his wife, Jane, with occasional typescript carbon copies of Clark's response, and partial diary from 1934. It also includes one group of letters from Clark to his biographer, Meryle Secrest, who originally compiled these papers. Although the letters span from 1923 to 1983, the bulk covers the years between 1923 and 1950, documenting the period in Clark's life when he began to develop his skills as an art historian, and make his mark on the art world.

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