Rudyard Kipling papers 1883-1967


Rudyard Kipling papers, 1883-1967

Rudyard Kipling papers 1883-1967

Papers of the British author, novelist, poet, journalist. Includes correspondence, writings, and memorabilia of the British author as well as research material from a number of private collections. Correspondence, totaling over 950 items (over 750 authored by Kipling) and spanning 1889-1935, includes incoming and outgoing letters as well as third-party correspondence. Writings include holographic and/or typescript manuscripts and published versions of Kipling's prose, speeches, verse and dramatic works as well as production records, notes, and miscellany. Memorabilia consists of legal material, photographs, portraits and caricatures, printed materials sketches by Kipling, writings by other, and miscellany. Also included are three small collections of Kipling material formerly owned by H.H. and S.S. McClure, E.W. Martindell, and Alan D. Wilson.

13.0 linear ft.


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