Correspondence, cards, notes, photographs, and printed ephemera of English author Eric Walter Bligh, whose works included
Sir Kenelm Digby and his Venetia (1932), Tooting Corner (1940), and Faintly Smiling Mouth (1961). Acquired by the UCSB Library in 1965, with Bligh's book collection of several hundred volumes focusing primarily
on latter nineteenth century British writers. Many of the items were laid in books from the collection.
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