Dunn papers [manuscript], 1897-1938.


Allen, Frederick Lewis, 1890-1954,. Dunn papers [manuscript], 1897-1938.

Dunn papers [manuscript], 1897-1938.

Letters, photographs, and other papers relating to the sketch and painting of a portrait then believed to be of Shelley by William Edward West. Also, Adelaide C. Rowell's The West portrait; a play in three acts, 1929. (typescript). Major correspondents are Mrs. A. P. Bryant, Robert U. Johnson, Richard W. Gilder, Henry S. Salt, and Richard Garnett. Other correspondents include Frederick L. Allen, Edwin H. Anderson, Ellsworth Barnard, Edmund Blunden, Sir Sidney Colvin, Ella D'Arcy, H. Buxton Forman, Louise Imogen Guiney, H.M. Hake, Thomas W. Huntington, John H. Ingram, Walter E. Peck, William M. Rossetti, Sir John C.E. Shelley-Rolls, Edward V. Valentine, Frank Weitenkampf,

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Bryant, Aduella Price Norvell,

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Forman, H. Buxton (Harry Buxton), 1842-1917

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Anderson, Edwin Hatfield, 1861-1947.

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Peck, Walter Edwin, 1891-1954

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Johnson, Robert Underwood, 1853-1937

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Hunt, Leigh, 1784-1859

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