Correspondence, 1866-1931.

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Doubleday, W. E. (William Elliott), b. 1865. Correspondence, 1866-1931.

Correspondence, 1866-1931.

Correspondents include Sir Israel Gollancz, Beatrice Harraden, Mary Mackay (Marie Corelli), John Masefield, William Clark Russell, and John Collings Squire.

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Masefield, John, 1878-1967

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The English poet, playwright and novelist John Masefield was born in 1878 in Ledbury. After running away to sea early (when he was thirteen) he settled in London from 1897 and devoted himself to writing. Later he moved to Oxford which was where he lived when most of the following collection was produced. Masefield became Poet Laureate in 1930 and was awarded the Order of Merit in 1935. Among his more notable works are some early reflections of his maritime experiences in Salt Water Ba...

Russell, William Clark, 1844-1911

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English novelist. From the description of Document signed with his pseudonym "Sydney Mostyn" : Ramsgate, 1871 Oct. 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270635022 William Clark Russell, novelist and a New York-born Englishman, spent much of his earlier years at sea. He became a journalist, writing mostly on topics connected with the sea and ships. He wrote about actors and the stage, but most of his fiction and non-fiction had to do with the sea. From the descriptio...

Harraden, Beatrice, 1864-1936

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Beatrice Harraden was an English author and activist for women's suffrage. She attended Queen's College and Bedford College, earning degrees in mathematics and classics. She became a popular author of novels and short stories, and also wrote essays, plays, and children's books. Her fiction generally features strong female characters, reflecting her deep involvement with the women's suffrage movement. She founded the Women's Social and Political Union in 1903 in an effort to facilitate the activi...

Squire, John Collings, Sir, 1884-1958

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English poet, literary critic, and magazine editor. From the description of Rivers, 1917. (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 31042218 Jack Squire was an English poet. He also edited "The London Mercury: a Monthly Review of Literature & the Arts". From the description of Jack Squire collection. [1933]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 676800204 Squire was born in Plymouth, England on Apr. 2, 1884; educated at St. John'...

Doubleday, W. E. (William Elliott), 1865-

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Epithet: Chief Librarian Hampstead Public Library British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001035.0x0001b8 English librarian and author. From the description of Correspondence, 1866-1931. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 28410011 ...

Gollancz, Israel, 1864-1930

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English scholar. From the description of Autograph letter signed : New York, N.Y., to J. Pierpont Morgan, 1923 June 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269577152 ...

Corelli, Marie, 1855-1924

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Marie Corelli was an enigmatic and compelling personality whose colorful personal life and fertile imagination made her the most popular writer of her time. The narrative drive of her stories, combined with exotic settings and passionate conviction, helped overcome the stylistic concerns of literary critics to make her and her writing a phenomenon of turn-of-the-century popular culture. From the description of Marie Corelli letters and postcards, 1894-1924. (Pennsylvania State Univer...