Correspondence, with writers and scholars, 1913-1939.

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Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991. Correspondence, with writers and scholars, 1913-1939.

Correspondence, with writers and scholars, 1913-1939.

The correspondence, chiefly related to Shakespearean scholarship and the activities of the Shakespeare Association of which he was honorary secretary, includes 26 letter from H.G. Granville-Barker, and a printed letter of application for membership in the Shakespeare Association, completed in holograph and signed, from G.B. Shaw.

38 items. Holographs signed.

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