E.F. Benson letters, 1932-1940.

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Benson, E. F. (Edward Frederic), 1867-1940. E.F. Benson letters, 1932-1940.

E.F. Benson letters, 1932-1940.

The collection consists of six letters, including: five letters to Miss Ferguson, 1932-1940, including an invitation to tea, thanks for some books and kind words about his Lucia novels, and some words about her literary work; also, one letter to Mrs. Allhusen, 12 May, no year, accepting an invitation for 8 July.

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Ferguson, Rachel, 1893-

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Rachel Ferguson was a British author and humorist known for her witty take on Victorian domestic comedy. Trained as an actress, she left the stage and worked in a hospital in World War I. She became drama critic for the Sunday Chronicle, and drew praise for her own play parodies. She was a major contributor to Punch, displaying a wit and charm that later transferred successfully to her novels. She was also active in social reform, notably women's movements. From the description of Ra...

Benson, E.F. (Edward Frederic), 1867-1940

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English novelist. From the description of A few people : corrected and revised manuscript, 1938-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122552981 English author E.F. Benson was part of a distinguished Victorian family; his father became Archbishop of Canterbury, and two brothers were also writers. He worked as an archaeologist in Greece and Egypt before devoting his time to writing. A prolific and diverse writer, he published novels, short stories, plays, and non-fiction, notab...

Allhusen, Dorothy

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Dorothy Allhusen was the daughter of Lady Jeune (Susan Mary Elizabeth Stewart-Mackenzie) (d. 1931), later Baroness St Helier. From the description of Correspondence and album of Dorothy Allhusen [manuscript]. 1780-1923. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225847992 ...