John Gould Fletcher Collection
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Correspondence.
 
[1928?]: May 12. John Gould Fletcher to Richard [Church] (ALS. 4 pp.)   
Scope: On letterhead stationary. Fletcher states his great concern for the situation in which Richard had found himself at Oxted and gives him advice.


 
1928: September 3rd. Arnold Dawson to Richard Church (TLS. 1 p.)   
Scope: Letter with light revision in pencil, signed, from Arnold Dawson, literary editor for the Daily Herald, to R[ichard] Church, asking for a review of John Gould Fletcher's collection of poems, the black rock.


 
1962: February 7. Beverley Githens Dresbach (Mrs. Glen Ward), to Mr. [Richard] Church. (ALS. 2 pp.)   
Scope: Mrs. Dresbach comments primarily on John Gould Fletcher, with brief mention of a book "The Squirrel called Rufus," and of the author of the magazine clipping enclosed in her letter.


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Manuscripts.
 
[c. 1928-29]. [Church, Richard]. The quality of greatness [review of the black rock by John Gould Fletcher. ( 1 item (6pp.): Ms. with light ms. revisions, varies slightly from ts. version.)
 
Ts., minimal revision. 1 item (2pp.)
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Miscellaneous.
 
1944: August. Photograph (1 item)   
Scope: John Gould Fletcher and Glen Ward Dresbach.


 
1962: February. Clipping (2 items)   
Scope: Clipping from the Ozarks Mountaineer, remarking on television as a medium for contemporary poets, but the unlikelihood of such a thing occuring.