Papers. 1906-1915.

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Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915. Papers.

Papers. 1906-1915.

Correspondence with Elkin Mathews Ltd., D. Rutherston, W. Rothenstein, H. Monro, J.C. Squire and A. Eckersley concerning his travels and writing; correspondence with C. K. Ogden; Ogden's correspondence with others concerning a memorial volume to Brooke; manuscript of 1911 edition of Poems, Mary and Gabriel, John Donne, The busy heart, Lithuania; miscellaneous notes, copy of the poem Fafaia in the hand of Edward Marsh.

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