Letter [manuscript] : Cadogan Place, S. W. [London] to Miss Brown. 1935 Feb. 10.

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Webster, Nesta. Letter [manuscript] : Cadogan Place, S. W. [London] to Miss Brown.

Letter [manuscript] : Cadogan Place, S. W. [London] to Miss Brown. 1935 Feb. 10.

Letter containing comments concerning a book by Zweig on Marie Antoinette and refers to a book by Nesta Wesbster entitled "Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette before the Revolution."

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