SOCIETY OF AUTHORS ARCHIVE. Vol. CLX (ff. 173). 1. ff. 1-73. Sheila Kaye-Smith; 1922-1943, n.d. 2. ff. 74-116v. Miss Annesley Kenealy; 1913-1918, n.d. 3. ff. 117-162. Rudyard Kipling; 1909-1922. 4. ff. 163-173. D. H. Lawrence; 1915-1928.includes:1-73... 1909-1943

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SOCIETY OF AUTHORS ARCHIVE. Vol. CLX (ff. 173). 1. ff. 1-73. Sheila Kaye-Smith; 1922-1943, n.d. 2. ff. 74-116v. Miss Annesley Kenealy; 1913-1918, n.d. 3. ff. 117-162. Rudyard Kipling; 1909-1922. 4. ff. 163-173. D. H. Lawrence; 1915-1928.includes:1-73..., 1909-1943

SOCIETY OF AUTHORS ARCHIVE. Vol. CLX (ff. 173). 1. ff. 1-73. Sheila Kaye-Smith; 1922-1943, n.d. 2. ff. 74-116v. Miss Annesley Kenealy; 1913-1918, n.d. 3. ff. 117-162. Rudyard Kipling; 1909-1922. 4. ff. 163-173. D. H. Lawrence; 1915-1928.includes:1-73... 1909-1943

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