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|Named Person:||Rudyard Kipling; Rudyard Kipling|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rudyard Kipling; Frederick Bridge; George Sydenham Clarke Sydenham of Combe, Baron; Henry Craik, Sir; Harriot Georgina Blackwood Dufferin and Ava, Marchioness of; Edward Lucas White; L Raven-Hill; Charles J Paterson; Howard Pyle; Edmonia Taylor Hill; Betty Miller
|Notes:||Includes collection #13/6/1232.
Book collection also held in the repository, including many first English and first American editions of Kipling's works and copies signed by him.
|Description:||4.2 linear ft.|
Kipling's letters include comments and instructions concerning the publication of his books and stories; contemporary political developments in England and in British foreign affairs, especially the question of home rule for India; and a few requests for research materials which he used in writing his novel Captains Courageous. Correspondents include John Frederick Bridge, George Sydenham Clarke, Sir Henry Craik, Monsieur Garnier, Macmickan, General Sterling, Edward Lucas White, and Leonard Raven-Hill. Also included are transcripts of 61 letters written by Charles J. Paterson, many of them to Edmonia Taylor Hill.
Bound manuscripts include notebooks of Kipling magazine publications compiled by William Arthur Young, and individual manuscript letters by Kipling to Lady Dufferin, Dr. Hale, Howard Pyle, and Lord Sydenham. Some bound manuscripts are cataloged separately.
- English literature -- 19th century.
- English literature -- 20th century.
- Authors and publishers -- England.
- Press and politics -- England.
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1901-1936.
- Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1901-1936.
- Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- India.
- India -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
- India -- Description and travel.
- India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947.
- Women -- Diaries.
- Authors, English.
- Kipling, Rudyard, -- 1865-1936.
- Authors and publishers.
- Diplomatic relations.
- English literature.
- Politics and government
- Press and politics.
- Great Britain.