Ivor Novello papers, 1911-1956.

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Ivor Novello papers, 1911-1956.

Ivor Novello papers, 1911-1956.

Chiefly letters to Welsh actor and composer Ivor Novello from friends andfans; also contains correspondence concerning Novello or his estate, to or from SirEdward Marsh, Christopher Hassall, Fred Allen, and others.

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