Letters from others to Anthony Bertram, 1920-1971.


Letters from others to Anthony Bertram, 1920-1971.

Letters to Bertram about the artist Paul Nash, of whom Bertram published a biography in 1955, and letters on other topics from literary and artistic friends and critics.

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