Alexander Woollcott correspondence, 1925-1968.

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Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943. Alexander Woollcott correspondence, 1925-1968.

Alexander Woollcott correspondence, 1925-1968.

Letters and notes from Woollcott to Lloyd Paul Stryker, his daughter Kitty, and her aunt Alethea Truax discussing personal matters. Accompanied by a letter (25 October 1968) from the dealer, Mary A. Benjamin, pertaining to the correspondents. Also includes typewritten transcripts of letters (1941) from Woollcott to Edmund Wilson discussing Rudyard Kipling, Arthur Waugh, and other authors.

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Wilson, Edmund

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Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943

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Stryker, Lloyd Paul, 1885-1955

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Benjamin, Mary A.

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Represented are David Henley, colonel in the American Revolution and Indian agent for the region around Maryville, Tenn.; John F. Watson, historian; Charles C. Wellford, merchant of Fredericksburg, Va.; and Danial Ruggles of Virginia, veteran of the Mexican War and later C.S.A. general. From the description of Letters, 1805-1861. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32135405 ...

Stryker, Kitty

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Truax, Alethea

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