Moore, Doris Langley, 1902-1989
- Existence: 1902 - 1989
Fashion historian who founded the Museum of Fashion in Bath, which is also known as the Museum of Costume. Author who wrote on Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace, and Edith Nesbit. Granted OBE.
Found in 932 Collections and/or Records:
Andrade, E.N. da C. to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-06-15
"Dear Mrs. Langley Moore, Thank you very much for your letter. I do not feel in any way entitled to your expressions of gratitude, as I have done very little and you have made very small inroads on my time..."
Andrade, E.N. da C. to Doris Langley Moore, 1931-05-12
"Dear Mrs. Moore, In reply to your letter of May 5th, I shall be very pleased to help you in any way which I can in your biography of my late friend "E. Nesbit"..."
A.P. Watt [ampersand] Son to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-02-10
"Dear Madam, I have to thank you for your letter of the 8th inst., and the copy of Sir Walter Besant's letter which you enclosed and which I now return..."
A.P. Watt [ampersand] Son to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-06-01
"Dear Madam, I am in receipt of your letter of yesterday's date and I have noted the contents..."
A.P. Watt [ampersand] Son to Doris Langley Moore, and from H. Rider Haggard to Edith Nesbit, 1886-09-05 - 1931-11-27
Due to the filing system Doris Langley Moore kept, these letters are glued together in a manner that is impossible to separate without permanent damage.
Arnold, E. [Elsie] to Doris Langley Moore, Nov. 3
"Dear Miss Moore, Your letter arrived just as Miss Dane was leaving for town, and she asked me to answer it for her. She sends you very many thanks for asking her to stay the night with you when she comes to Harrogate..."
Arnold, E. [Elsie] to Doris Langley Moore, July 30th
"Dear Madam, Your letter to Miss Dane arrived just as she was starting for town en route for a long awaited holiday in Germany. She asked me to answer it, and to say that if you don't mind she would very much rather you did not use any of her letter to 'E. Nesbit'..."
Arnold, Elsie to Doris Langley Moore, undated
"Dear Miss Moore, I am sorry I was not able to let you know absolutely at once about Clemence Dane; but your letter had to be forwarded. She left on Oct. 8th on her lecture tour, and went first to Montreal and then straight on to New York..."
Athene Seyler and Nicholas Hannen to Doris Langley Moore, 1931
"Dear Mrs. Moore: I am filming all day and flying at night. Could you come down to the theatre at 8.15 any day I have a chat..."
Barrie, Sir James to Doris Langley Moore, 1931-05-14
"Dear Madam, I am asked by Sir James Barrie to thank you for your letter and express his regret that he never had the pleasure of meeting "E. Nesbit"..."