Correspondence [manuscript]. 1952-1968.


Dobson, Marjorie. Correspondence [manuscript].

Correspondence [manuscript]. 1952-1968.

Four letters written by Sylvia Townsend Warner to Mrs Marjorie Dobson (mother of Rosemary Dobson). The letters contain news of Rosemary's marriage to Alex Bolton, the sad news about Rosemary's first baby, as well as news of people they knew. Also includes a letter from Norman Lindsay to Marjorie Dobson, 1967, concerning a portrait of Rosemary Dobson.

1 cm. (2 folders)

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