Erica Marx Papers
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I. Correspondence, professional,personal, and miscellany. [series]: (c.52 items.)   
Scope: Discusses publications by the Hand and Flower Press and personal matters. Discusses in particular possible publication of White's English Farce Jigs. Note: All letters authored by Erica Marx are carbon only, unsigned.

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I.1 Correspondence 1926-1952. (c.24 items.)   
Scope: Correspondence, including letters from Yvette Guilbert to S. Janstein (?) in which she discusses La chanson de ma vie (mes mèmoirs), and John Masefield, J.R. Ackerley, and Eric White. ALS, TLS, ts. [carbon] and postcards. (9 Marx carbons)

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I.2 Correspondence 1953-1963. (c.23 items.)   
Scope: Correspondence, including letters from Eric White, Jocelyn Brooke, Bryan Guinness, Sir Kenneth Clark, and Muriel Spark. Clark discusses a recent book of poems by Thomas Fassam, and Muriel Spark discusses her recent book Fanfarlo. ALS, TLS, ts. [carbon], postcards (5 Marx carbons)

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I.3 English farce jigs [unpublished text] by Eric W. White. 1952: Jan. 26. (12 pp.)   
Scope: Introduction and prose outline of the history of English farce jigs; intended for publication by the Hand and Flower Press. Heavily revised. Ts., ts. [carbon]

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I.4 Correspondence 1951: Dec. 5 - Mar. 10, 1952. (13 pp. c.52 items.)   
Scope: Report on the Conference on copyright poetry, sponsored by the Arts Council of Great Britain, which Miss Marx attended on behalf of the Hand and Flower Press. Report concerned with recommendations on the public performance of copyright poetry. Includes lists of those attending, a sample Applicationlicense, etc. Ts. [duplicated] Also includes announcement of an Arts Council poetry competition.