Collection consists of typescripts of articles, manuscript diaries of a Holiday in Switzerland (1908), letters to Sadler,
German and French socialist pamphlets, clippings, and other memorabilia of Sir Michael Sadler, as well as a group of letters,
clippings, tear-sheets, and whole issues of periodicals relating to authors represented in the Sadleir Collection of 19th
Century Fiction at UCLA. Also includes a book and pamphlets from the 1680s.
Sadleir was born on December 25, 1888 in Oxford, England; his father was Sir Michael Sadler, Master of University College,
Oxford (whose library on education UCLA acquired in 1948); the younger Michael changed the spelling of his name to avoid being
confused with his father; attended Balliol College, Oxford; worked in the War Intelligence Dept. during World War I; in 1919
he was a member of the British delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference, and for a brief period, was a member of the
Secretariat of the League of Nations; became a collector of first editions of Victorian fiction, a publisher with Constable,
and an author; publications include Fanny by gaslight (1940); he died in December 1957 in London.
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