Letters to [John] Collier, 1931.


Squire, John Collings, Sir, 1884-1958. Letters to [John] Collier, 1931.

Letters to [John] Collier, 1931.

1) Asking him to send any verse he has. The London Mercury, [n.y.] Dec. 29. 2) Hoping to read the books soon. The London Mercury, 1931 Feb. 5. 3) Discussing a poem; complimenting him on his books, 1931 Feb. 28.

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