Sir Hugh Walpole collection of papers, 1909-1962 bulk (1913-1937).

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Walpole, Hugh, Sir, 1884-1941. Sir Hugh Walpole collection of papers, 1909-1962 bulk (1913-1937).

Sir Hugh Walpole collection of papers, 1909-1962 bulk (1913-1937).

This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence by and about the author, and portraits.

565 items.

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