This material consists primarily of correspondence from D. H. Lawrence to Lady Ottoline Morrell, Cecil Gray, Mrs. Maria Christina
Chambers and a few others. There are two letters by Frieda Lawrence to Lady Morrell. Most of the letters are original ALS
but there are some 60 typescript copies of these, some in a separate bound volume (#2). A few of the typescripts are not from
originals in our collection and the location of these is unknown. The subject matter of the correspondence is primarily personal
describing visitors, usually prominent literary figures, and trips. There is some correspondence regarding the censorship
of Lady Chatterley's Lover which shows Lawrence's reaction to it. There are a few holograph poems, a typed article and the trial and proof pages for
the first and second editions of Lady Chatterley's Lover which is included. The material spans the period 1913-1929 with a number of undated items. There is no material for the years
1914 and 1920-26. A set of microfilm has been made of the entire correspondence.
Most of the Lawrence letters in the Stanford papers all those addressed to Lady Ottoline Morrell and Cecil Gray were written
during the first world war, the worst years of Lawrence's life.A D.H. Lawrence exhibition, under the above title, opened on October 30th in the Albert M. Bender Room of the Stanford University
Library. On that occasion Professor Mark Schorer, Department of English, the University of California, Berkeley, gave a lecture
from which this keepsake text Lawrence in the War Years is excerpted.
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