Christopher Morley Collection, 1913-1943 [manuscript] ca. 1910-1957.

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Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941. Christopher Morley Collection, 1913-1943 [manuscript]

Christopher Morley Collection, 1913-1943 [manuscript] ca. 1910-1957.

The collection consists of letters addressed to Christopher Morley by well-known people, relating mostly to books and literary affairs. Among the writers might be mentioned Sherwood Anderson, David Belasco, Hilaire Belloc, William Rose Benet, Earl Derr Biggers, Louis Bromfield, Pearl S. Buck, Robert P. Tristram Coffin, Joseph Conrad, Walter De La Mare, Amelia Earhart, T. S. Eliot, John Galsworthy, Joseph Hergesheimer, Herbert Hoover, Julian Huxley, Jerome Kern, Rudyard Kipling, Stephen Leacock, Vachel Lindsay, Don Marquis, John Masefield, Ogden Nash, Ezra Pound, Jules Romains, Carl Sandburg, Upton Sinclair, Hugh Walpole and others.

1.0 linear feet (2 boxes).

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