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Mrs. W. K. Clifford papers, 1829-1929

Author: W K Clifford, Mrs.; Millicent Wadham; Walter Herries Pollock
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic   Visual material : English
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The Mrs. W. K. Clifford Papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal papers and collected reviews and clippings. The papers chiefly contain Clifford's dramatic writing, including playscripts and cinematic adaptations of her short stories and plays.
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Genre/Form: Scripts (documents)
Archives
Named Person: Margaret Clifford; W K Clifford, Mrs.; Ethel Lady Dilke; W K Clifford, Mrs.
Material Type: Graphic
Document Type: Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: W K Clifford, Mrs.; Millicent Wadham; Walter Herries Pollock
OCLC Number: 702179856
Language Note: In English.
Description: 11.50 linear feet (17 boxes) + 1 broadside folder
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The Mrs. W. K. Clifford Papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal papers and collected reviews and clippings. The papers chiefly contain Clifford's dramatic writing, including playscripts and cinematic adaptations of her short stories and plays.

The correspondence documents Clifford's professional relationships with publishers, producers and readers. There is a very small amount of personal correspondence with family members. The writings document the stages of development of playscripts and cinema scenarios from synopses to full scripts. Most of the writings are typescripts corrected by Clifford. The personal papers include diaries, financial records, notebooks, Clifford's will, a few photographs of Clifford and one photograph of Clifford's father. The papers also contain clippings and reviews relating to Clifford's life and work.

Among the writings in the collection are two works by Clifford's daughters: a poem by Ethel Clifford (Lady Dilke) and an essay by Margaret Clifford. There are also pseudonymous writings by Mrs. Clifford under the names of Leonard Carter, John Inglis, John Marison and Gerard Mountjoy. Two of the works in the papers are co-authored (with Walter Herries Pollock and Millicent Wadham).

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