[Miscellaneous issues of serials in the Colt Kipling Collection : containing works by or about Rudyard Kipling]. 1891-1965.
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Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was an English author and poet. His best-known works include the novels and short story collections The Jungle Book (1894), Just So Stories (1902), Puck of Pook's Hill (1906), and Kim (1901), as well as a number of poems such as "Mandalay" (1890), "Gunga Din" (1890), and "If-" (1910). Kipling was born in Bombay, India, into an artistic family: his father was a sculptor, pottery designer, and professor of architectural sculpture and tw...
Maurice was an editor of the BOOKMAN (1899-1916), a member of the Players Club, a book reviewer and columnist, and a writer about writers. From the description of Arthur Bartlett Maurice correspondence, 1905-1945. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 122561742 ...
George Charles Beresford (1864-1938) was a close friend of Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), the author, at the United Services College, Westward Ho! in Devon, in 1878-82. Beresford went on to the Royal Indian Engineering College at Cooper's Hill and to India early in 1887 but, suffering badly from the heat, returned to England within two years. In 1897-8 he attended the Slade School of Fine Art, was associated with Augustus John, Ambrose McEvoy and, especially, William Orpen, and exhibi...
Luther Samuel Livingston was the first curator of the Harry Elkins Widener Collection in the Harvard College Library. In 1912 Livingston published a set of "Verses" by Robert Louis Stevenson, said to have never been published in the 1885 issue of "A Child's Garden of Verses." From the description of Letters sent to Luther Samuel Livingston, 1900-1912. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612840031 American bookseller and bibliographer. From the description o...
Writer, social critic, Christian apologist; born Thomas Malcolm Muggeridge, March 24, 1903 in Sanderstead, Surry, England; raised in a Socialist home; graduated from Selwyn College, Cambridge, 1924; travelled to India to teach at Union Christian College, 1924-1927; married Katherine (Kitty) Dobbs (niece of Beatrice Webb) September 10, 1927; lived in Egypt, the Soviet Union and India while serving as a correspondent for various newspapers; served as an intelligence officer in World War II in Lisb...