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Ralph Hodgson papers, 1695-1976

Author: Ralph Hodgson; Siegfried Sassoon
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic : Biography : Fiction : Manuscript   Visual material   Map   Book : English
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Correspondence, writings, artwork, photographs, and printed material documenting the life of Ralph Hodgson. The bulk of the collection is made up of correspondence, which occupies 38 boxes. Principal correspondents include Enid Bagnold, Silvia Baker, Edmund Blunden, Bryher, T.S. Eliot, Vivienne Eliot, Norman Holmes Pearson, I. A. Richards, Siegfried Sassoon, Dorothy Hall Smith, and W. Bevan Whitney. Topics in the
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Genre/Form: Cartoons (humorous images)
Maps
Photographs
Sketchbooks
Sketches
Archives
Personal narratives, British
Named Person: Enid Bagnold; Silvia Baker; Edmund Blunden; Bryher; T S Eliot; Vivienne Eliot; Aurelia Bolliger Hodgson; Ralph Hodgson; Norman Holmes Pearson; I A Richards; George William Russell; Siegfried Sassoon; Dorothy Hall Smith; W Bevan Whitney
Material Type: Biography, Fiction, Graphic, Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Book, Map, Internet Resource, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Hodgson; Siegfried Sassoon
OCLC Number: 702150452
Description: 47.6 linear feet (79 boxes) + 3 broadside folders.
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Correspondence, writings, artwork, photographs, and printed material documenting the life of Ralph Hodgson. The bulk of the collection is made up of correspondence, which occupies 38 boxes. Principal correspondents include Enid Bagnold, Silvia Baker, Edmund Blunden, Bryher, T.S. Eliot, Vivienne Eliot, Norman Holmes Pearson, I. A. Richards, Siegfried Sassoon, Dorothy Hall Smith, and W. Bevan Whitney. Topics in the correspondence include the work and personal lives of other poets and authors of the day; dogs and their breeding, particularly bull terriers, plans for visits and writers' seminars, and first hand accounts of soldiers and nurses in the first World War. Hodgson corresponded with other British poets and authors, Japanese professors and authors, and a number of professors and students in the United States. Also present in the correspondence are files containing permissions, orders, and fan mail.

Writings include a few items by Hodgson, including typescript drafts of "Memories of Poets, 1910-1920" and for an anthology Hodgson never published of English prose and verse entitled "Without Comment." Writings by Others includes T.S. Eliot's "Lines to Ralph Hodgson, Esqre." and "How unpleasant to know Mr. Eliot!" Artwork includes sketchbooks and cartoons by Hodgson, as well as works by others, including two sketches of Hodgson, and a self-portrait by George William Russell. Also present in the collection are pamphlets, maps, clippings, musical settings of Hodgson's poems, as well as photographs of Hodgson and his dogs.

The Siegfried Sassoon Collection includes writings, photographs, artwork, and printed material. There are corrected galleys and proofs of a number of Sassoon's books, as well as fair copies of over fifty poems, approximately seventy photographs of Sassoon with Hodgson, and his family.

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