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:
Budge, Sir Ernest Wallis to Doris Langley Moore, 2018-10-14
"Dear Madam, I have read your letter in The Times this morning, and I bother you with this to tell you that for some three or four years I saw a good deal of Mrs Nesbit Bland..."
Carter, Mavis to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-06-24
"Dear Miss Moore, I'm now working, and for the time being, living in Sutton by anything sent to the Egg Shop always still reaches me. The serial E.N. referred to came out in a Daily Paper - I believe the 'Daily Sketch'..."
Carter, Mavis to Doris Langley Moore, 1931-05-19
"The E. Nesbit Biography I have many of dear E.N.'s delightful letters written to me in childhood and later years - besides those she dictated from her bed at the end. I also have my little diary of the first time I met her as a little girl of thirteen..."
Carter, Mavis to Doris Langley Moore, June 23
"Dear Mrs. Langley Moore, Please forgive such a vast bulk of ink and paper - but I found my pen ran away with me - I have put down as much as I can remember - also I send the copy of the diary as regards Lewis Carroll - I never remember E.N. saying anything about him except that Cecily was right to like "Alice" better than any of her stuff..."
Carter, Mavis to Doris Langley Moore, undated
"So sorry shops shut no big envelopes all seems correct except I think there's something left out in her 'shine' letter..."
Cecil Palmer Publisher to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-06-06
"Dear Madam, In Mr. Palmer's absence to-day, we are writing you in reply to your letter of the 4th inst., received this morning. We have been able to take Mr. Palmer's opinion on your letter, and he has requested the writer to say that your best plan would be to communicate direct with..."
Cecil Woolf Bookseller to Doris Langley Moore, 1953-12-21
"Dear Miss Moore, Many thanks for your card of the 9th, which was waiting when I got back yesterday from Somerset. Will you please forgive this delay. The question of who owns Corvo's copyright is, apparently, a complicated subject..."
Cecil Woolf Bookseller to Doris Langley Moore, 1953-12-08
"Dear Miss Moore, Thank you every so much for your postcard with regard to my enquiry about Miss K. Rolfe. I'm rather surprised by what you say about Miss Rolfe owning the copyright of any of Corvo's work..."
Cecil Woolf Bookseller to Doris Langley Moore, 1953-11-30
"Dear Miss Moore, I am compiling a bibliography of the writings of Frederick Rolfe (Baron Corvo); and in your life of E. Nesbit you quote a Corvo letter and, in a footnote, return thanks to Miss Katherine E. Rolfe, for permission to publish it..."
Chatto and Windus Publishers to Doris Langley Moore, 1932-07-29
"Dear Madame, We passed your letter concerning the publication of certain letters of the late Fr. Rolfe to his brother, Mr. Herbert Rolfe, but we have since heard that Mr. Herbert Rolfe died in the early part of this year..."