RUTLAND BOUGHTON CORRESPONDENCE. Vol. I (ff. 186). A-Scott, including:- (a) Frederic Austin; 1915, 1924. Partly signed. F. 1 printed, in part, by Hurd, on p. 56. ff. 1-4;- (b) Granville Bantock; 1913-1946. Partly signed. F. 7 printed on pp. 43-4. ff.... 1913-1954

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RUTLAND BOUGHTON CORRESPONDENCE. Vol. I (ff. 186). A-Scott, including:-(a) Frederic Austin; 1915, 1924. Partly signed. F. 1 printed, in part, by Hurd, on p. 56. ff. 1-4;-(b) Granville Bantock; 1913-1946. Partly signed. F. 7 printed on pp. 43-4. ff...., 1913-1954

RUTLAND BOUGHTON CORRESPONDENCE. Vol. I (ff. 186). A-Scott, including:- (a) Frederic Austin; 1915, 1924. Partly signed. F. 1 printed, in part, by Hurd, on p. 56. ff. 1-4;- (b) Granville Bantock; 1913-1946. Partly signed. F. 7 printed on pp. 43-4. ff.... 1913-1954

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