Document ReferenceCC C 2/11
TitleLetter from Frieda Lawrence, [London] to Catherine Carswell; c.26 Feb. 1932
Date26 February 1932 (c)
Extent1 f
Access ConditionsUse of original restricted; surrogate copy available.
Content DescriptionAddresses her 'Dear Catherine'; Lawrence 'would have been glad, that you could make an honest penny with his letters'; Lawrence did not even know how significant he was or will be; they are too near to Lawrence, whose genius is 'that mysterious unaccountable, unexplainable thing'; they are privileged to have known him; hopes to see Carswell before she leaves as Carswell should see all Lawrence's letters before finishing her book ['The Savage Pilgrimage']; signed 'F'.

Date: The letter is undated, the envelope is postmarked 26 Feb 1932

Includes a plain envelope (CC C 2/11/2) addressed to Mrs Catherine Carswell, 17 Keats Grove, Hampstead, NW; the envelope bears one brown 3 halfpence stamp and is postmarked London Feb 26 12.45PM 1932
Termpublications, biographies, Catherine Carswell 'Savage Pilgrimage'
Physical DescriptionWritten in blue ink on both sides of a single folio of pink unlined paper; dimensions are 235 x 170 mm; one horizontal and one vertical fold in the paper.

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
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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