Rudyard Kipling collection of letters and papers : ms., [ca. 1878-1932].


Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936. Rudyard Kipling collection of letters and papers : ms., [ca. 1878-1932].

Rudyard Kipling collection of letters and papers : ms., [ca. 1878-1932].

Assembled from various sources (noted on folders). Include letters written by Kipling; letters about him written by Lionel C. Dunsterville, Max Farrand and Max Beerbohm (together with his caricature of Kipling); letters by Kipling's mother; manuscript of a poem and corrected galley for The King's Ankus; manuscript of an essay on Kipling by Andrew Lang.

1 portfolio, 1 oversize folder.

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Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936 (person)

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