Subseries DP/GF/3 - Eleanor Farjeon - Rowland Watson Correspondence

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Eleanor Farjeon - Rowland Watson Correspondence


  • 23 February 1936 - 27 April 1965 (Creation)

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Donated by the Eleanor Farjeon Estate and Lyn Metcalfe [Rowland Watson's son-in-law]

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Correspondence mainly from Eleanor Farjeon to Rowland Watson. Includes items she sent to Rowland including a typescript of an article she wrote for the Manchester Guardian on Edward Thomas in 1937, a handlist of collected works presented to Hampstead Public Libraries in 1960, newspaper clippings, typescript foreword to "The Green Roads" and "You Come Too", photocopy of chapter "My Latter Years" by Eleanor Farjeon from "The Book of Leisure" by John Pudney, typescript of "The White House at Flansham (Its Roots and Branches)", and a mounted black and white photograph of the memorial stone on the Shoulder of Mutton, Steep in 1949

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