Richard Pryce (1864-1942) was a novelist and dramatist. The collection consists of ten holograph manuscripts written by Pryce
Miss Maxwell's affections,
Time and the woman,
Mary Redwing (The burden of a woman), and
The ugly story of Miss Wetherby.
Pryce was born in 1864 in Boulogne, France; became a novelist and dramatist; published works include An evil spirit (1887), The ugly story of Miss Wetherby (1889), Jezebel (1900), Time and the woman (1913), David Penstephen (1915), The statue in the wood (1918), Romance and Jane Weston (1924), and Morgan's yard (1932); he died in 1942 in London.
4 boxes (2.0 linear ft.)
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