Constable Correspondence, 1926-1938.


Aubrey-Fletcher, Henry Lancelot, Sir, 1887-1969. Constable Correspondence, 1926-1938.

Constable Correspondence, 1926-1938.

Letters between the prominent British military historian and detective writer and the British publisher, Constable & Co., concerning a copyright dispute over Aubrey-Fletcher's "A History of the Foot Guards to 1856,"as well as publication details for a number of his detective novels.

0.2 c.f. (1 archives folder; 80 letters)

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