Papers of T.E. Lawrence, 1894-2006 (bulk 1911-2000).


Lawrence, T. E. (Thomas Edward), 1888-1935. Papers of T.E. Lawrence, 1894-2006 (bulk 1911-2000).

Papers of T.E. Lawrence, 1894-2006 (bulk 1911-2000).

The collection consists of manuscripts (by and about Lawrence), correspondence (including over 150 letters by Lawrence), photographs, drawings, reproductions and ephemera. Also included in the collection is research material of various Lawrence collectors and scholars. Correspondents represented in the collection include: Tom W. Beaumont, Brian Carter, Sir Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, Doubleday and Company, inc., Theodora Duncan, David Garnett, Robert Graves, H. Montgomery Hyde, Augustus John, Jonathan Cape (Firm), Phillip Knightley, Pat T. Knowles, A.W. Lawrence, Sir Basil Henry Liddell Hart, John Mack, Edwards H. Metcalf, Jeffrey Meyers, Robert Payne, Raymond Savage, Bernard Shaw, Charlotte Frances Payne-Townshend Shaw, Clare Sydney Smith, Sir Ronald Storrs, Lowell Thomas, and Jeremy Wilson.

8707 pieces.86 boxes.

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