Letters, 1919-1929, England, to Philip D. Sherman.

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Drinkwater, John, 1882-1937. Letters, 1919-1929, England, to Philip D. Sherman.

Letters, 1919-1929, England, to Philip D. Sherman.

[1] 1919, February 24, London [LS. 1 l.].--Rupert Brooke was not associated with Greatham. [2] 1925, March 9, London, to Oberlin, Ohio [ALS. 1 l. with envelope].--"I do not know what I could send you by way of a bibliographical note worthy of insertion in my friend Wise's great work." [3] 1929, March 4, Kensington, to Oberlin, Ohio [TLS. 1 l. with envelope].--Cannot give information about Andrew Cory.

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