Includes registration forms completed
by W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound & Dorothy Pound while they were residing in England during
World War I. Also included are a broadside notice, a newspaper clipping, Register of Aliens,
and a 1970 letter to the bookdealer, concerning the material.
In August of 1913, Yeats, while staying with the Tuckers at The Prelude, a
house in Ashdown Forest, found lodgings in Stone Cottage, Colman's Hatch. There he settled
in with Ezra Pound acting as his secretary.
0.5 Linear Feet
1 portfolio: 7 items
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