Alfred Noyes papers, 1843-1958 (bulk 1902-1927).

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Noyes, Alfred, 1880-1958. Alfred Noyes papers, 1843-1958 (bulk 1902-1927).

Alfred Noyes papers, 1843-1958 (bulk 1902-1927).

Alfred Noyes papers comprised mainly of personal and professional correspondence of Alfred Noyes and his extended family as well as manuscripts and typescripts of Noyes' poetical and prose writings. Correspondents include J.M. Barrie, Hilaire Belloc, Arthur Conan Doyle, E.M. Forster, Rudyard Kipling, C.S. Lewis and W.B. Yeats. Also included are several diaries and poetry journals as well as material related to research on and publication of his book on the trial and execution of Roger Casement, The accusting ghost, or, Justice for Casement.

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