Theodora Bosanquet papers, 1898-1960.


Theodora Bosanquet papers, 1898-1960.

Theodora Bosanquet papers, 1898-1960.

Letters, diaries, photographs, and other papers of English critic and editor Theodora Bosanquet, who was also Henry James's secretary.

14 boxes (7 linear ft.)


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