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Finding Aid for the Chatto & Windus Records, 1871-1900
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Collection includes business correspondence to the publishing firm of Chatto & Windus from the following authors: Sir James Alexander, concerning Cleopatra's needle, London; Frank Barrett; Karl Blind; Mathilde Blind; Ebenezer Cobham Brewer; Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke; Lady Florence Caroline Dixie; Ignatius Donnelly, regarding the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy; Charles Gibbon; Constance Frederica Gordon-Cumming; John Ellard Gore; Tighe Hopkins; Joseph Knight; Sir Henry William Lucy; James Payne; Richard Anthony Procter; and Thomas Wright. Also includes letters from illustrators Frederick Barnard, Arthur Hopkins, and Bertram W. Richardson, seven miscellaneous letters, and a group of newspaper clippings relating to Artemus Ward (pseudonym for Charles Farrar Browne).
2 boxes (1.0 linear ft.)
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