Document ReferenceCC C 2/10
TitleLetter from Frieda Lawrence to Catherine Carswell; [1931]
Date1931 (c)
Extent1 f
Access ConditionsUse of original restricted; surrogate copy available.
Content DescriptionAddresses her 'Dear Catherine'; likes what Carswell has written and she is to go ahead [writing 'The Savage Pilgrimage']; Frieda is 'fighting as usual'; Norman Douglas thinks highly of her Burns ['Life of Burns' by Catherine Carswell]; Carswell's letter 'sounded cheerful'; a postscript suggests Carswell will write better about Lorenzo [D.H. Lawrence] as he is 'alive to you'; signed 'Frieda'.

Date: the letter was originally undated and has been annotated, possibly by John Carswell, with '1931'
Termpublications, biographies, Catherine Carswell 'Life of Robert Burns'
publications, biographies, Catherine Carswell 'Savage Pilgrimage'
Physical DescriptionWritten in dark ink on a both sides of a single folio of cream unlined paper; dimensions are 265 x 180 mm; 3 horizontal folds in the paper.

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA3384Douglas; George Norman (1868-1952); -; novelist and essayist1868-1952
NA42Lawrence; D.H. (1885-1930); David Herbert; writer1885-1930
NA169Lawrence; Frieda (1879-1956); née von Richthofen; married Ernest Weekley 1899 D.H. Lawrence 1914 Antonio Ravagli 19501879-1956
NA166Carswell; Catherine Roxburgh (1879-1946); née MacFarlane; novelist and journalist1879-1946
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