Vol. VIII (ff. 177). 1924-1931.John [Cann] Bailey, [author and critic]: Correspondence with Harold Monro from John [Cann] Bailey: 1914-1926: Partly typewritten, partly printed.Sir Edward Howard Marsh, KCVO: Correspondence with Harold Monro: 1924-1925... 1924-1931

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Vol. VIII (ff. 177). 1924-1931.John [Cann] Bailey, [author and critic]: Correspondence with Harold Monro from John [Cann] Bailey: 1914-1926: Partly typewritten, partly printed.Sir Edward Howard Marsh, KCVO: Correspondence with Harold Monro: 1924-1925..., 1924-1931

Vol. VIII (ff. 177). 1924-1931.John [Cann] Bailey, [author and critic]: Correspondence with Harold Monro from John [Cann] Bailey: 1914-1926: Partly typewritten, partly printed.Sir Edward Howard Marsh, KCVO: Correspondence with Harold Monro: 1924-1925... 1924-1931

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