Cobden-Sanderson scrapbook, 1906-1923.


Cobden-Sanderson scrapbook, 1906-1923.

Volume contains signatures of the Cobden-Sanderson family, Emery and Dorothy Walker, Edward Johnston, various literary figures and others. Letters and postcards, from various correspondents, mounted on leaves. Correspondents include Charles S. Ricketts, Arthur Benson, Sidney Lee, J.A. Spender, Marion Sambourne, George Moore, Edward Spence, Frances Mabel Robinson, and others. This material dates from 1906 through 1923.

1 v. (including 29 autograph letters and postcards) : paper ; 24 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7366387

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