Sinclair Kennedy papers, 1905-1946


Sinclair Kennedy papers, 1905-1946


This collection contains the papers of Sinclair Kennedy, author and lecturer. Correspondence makes up the bulk of the collection, with some writings, clippings, and miscellaneous materials. The correspondence and writings mostly refer to international politics, especially Kennedy's espousal of a federation of English-speaking countries, as well as home front issues during the Second World War.

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