Letter, 1937 December 2, Hucclecote, Glos, to Richard Thornton, [n.p.].

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Haines, John W. Letter, 1937 December 2, Hucclecote, Glos, to Richard Thornton, [n.p.].

Letter, 1937 December 2, Hucclecote, Glos, to Richard Thornton, [n.p.].

Thanks for receiving R̲e̲c̲o̲g̲n̲i̲t̲i̲o̲n̲ o̲f̲ R̲o̲b̲e̲r̲t̲ F̲r̲o̲s̲t̲; mentions other literary figures besides Frost, Cecil Day-Lewis, Louis Untermeyer, E.A. Robinson, John Freeman?, Edward Thomas and Alfred Kreymborg.

4 p. on 1 fold. leaf. 18 cm.

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