West, Rebecca, 1892-1983
- Existence: 1892-12-21 - 1983-03-15
Author, reporter, and literary critic.
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
Abrahams, Dr. Joseph, 1977-05-20
"Dear Dame Rebecca, I have been given your address by Dr. Suzanne Henig, editor of VIRGINIA WOOLF QUARTERLY. I am a professor of clinical psychiatry at the University of California medical school and the author of a book on schizophrenia and many articles on psychiatrict subjects. When I was in Washington, I had the opportunity to study Ezra Pound over several years. I am now writing a psychanalytical biography of Virginia Woolf and would very much like to interview you about her..."
Ackroyd, Kate, undated
"Dear Dame Rebecca, It would be very kind if you could autograph your book which I have got as a birthday present for my father on Monday..."
Ackroyd, Sir John, 1980-12-20
Action for Dysphasic Adults [Christina Shewell] to Rebecca West, 1982-04-01
Written by Christina Shewell, Head of Speech Therapy, Addenbrooke's Hospital.
"Dear Dame Rebecca, We are producing an anthology of poems and prose extracts selected by 150 or so well-known people who understand the value of words, and we would be so grateful if you could help us. We wonder if you would like to choose a piece of writing which you particularly enjoy, and send it to us, together with 100-300 words of comment on your choice?..."
Adam [Miron Grindea?] to Rebecca West, 1960-10-03
"BLESS YOU GRATEFULLY AFFECTIONATELY = ADAM"
Adam [Miron Grindea] to Rebecca West, undated
"Dear Dame Rebecca I hope you had a good rest in the Midi. As far as our L.L. issue is concerned, it would be [?] of us to go to press without your contribution. I am prepared to wait for yet another 10-12 days. Would that suit you?..."
Someone has written at the top in a different colored ink: NO.
Adam [Miron Grindea] to Rebecca West, 1977-05-11
Addis, William, Undated
"Glad the Christmas card mystery was resolved."
Alan P.J. [Pryce-Jones] to Rebecca West, 1960
Baptismal register excerpt, 1891-01-06, 1857
Reprint of a baptismal register for Louis Harry John Andrews in the St. Catherine Church of Hamburg.
Note that the dates vary: the reprint itself was created in 1891, but the document indicates that the original recorded birth occurred in 1857, appeared on page 14 of the register for that year, and was item number 134.