Murry, John Middleton, 1889-1957
- Existence: 1889-08-06 - 1957-03-12
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Alpers, Antony, 1971
Scope and Contents
Alpers' letter to Ellmann begins "I write at the suggestion of my colleague Susan Dick...with a question regarding a meeting between James Joyce and Katherine Mansfield...."; Ellmann's response.
Scope and Contents From the Series:
Series 1 is the primary alphabetical sequence for Ellmann's research correspondence. This series also includes typescript drafts, galleys and proofs for many of Ellmann's writings. We are grateful to readers for correcting and/or identifying names of unidentified or partially identified correspondents.
Dates: Publication: 1957 - 1974
Martin Secker - Richards Press publishing archive, 1908-1977
Scope and Contents Contains office copies of books published by Secker into which a variety of materials were laid in, tipped in, or pasted in to many of them. These materials include handwritten and typed cards, letters and royalty receipts; Richards Press and Martin Secker publication announcements; press cuttings of book reviews and articles; photographs and clipped photographic illustrations; handwritten poems and essays; and fragments of dust jackets and dust jacket blurbs.Items which could...
Dates: 1908 - 1977; Majority of material found within 1910 - 1941
Miscellaneous literary manuscripts, correspondence and photographs
Scope and Contents An artificial collection that consists of single and/or small groups of letters, small groups of related literary materials, individual or small groups of manuscripts such as poems and similar individual pieces which were deemed at one time to be of sufficient bulk to be placed into separate collections. These materials were acquired independently of larger collections. The period covered is primarily the first half or so of the twentieth century, but there are selected items dating well...
Dates: 1862 - 1989; Majority of material found within 1925 - 1970
Rees, Richard, 1960
Scope and Contents
Rees tells Ellmann he will ask Mrs. Murry if her husband retained letters to and from Joyce.