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Editors -- 20th century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Collection

Archive of J.W. Lambert

Correspondence and working papers of Jack Walter Lambert (1917-86), literary and arts editor for the Sunday Times.
Extents: 10.20 Linear metres (68 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: c.1935-1986
Collection

Archive of Robert William Chapman

Correspondence and working papers of Robert William Chapman (1881-1960), editor of Jane Austen, Samuel Johnson and Anthony Trollope.
Extents: 4.8 Linear metres (37 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1901-1967
Collection

Archive of William Montgomery Crook and of Alfred H. Crook

Papers of William Montgomery Crook (1860-1945), Liberal politician, 1883-1944, and of Alfred H. Crook, 1930-1959.
Extents: 6.75 Linear metres (46 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: 1883-1959
Collection

Correspondence of Percy Muir

Correspondence of Percy Muir, as one of the editors of the Book Collector.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1951-1955
Collection

Papers of E. S. de Beer

Papers of Esdmond Samuel de Beer (1895-1990), historical scholar and editor.
Extents: 1.35 Linear metres (11 shelfmarks)
Dates: 1931-1990
Single Item

Papers of Henry William Carless Davis, mainly relating to his work as editor of the Dictionary of National Biography

Papers of Henry William Carless Davis, mainly relating to his work as editor of the Dictionary of National Biography
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 7042
Extents: 177 Leaves
Dates: 1904-1960
Collection

Violet Milner Papers

The collection consists mainly of the papers of Violet Milner, but includes estate papers, family papers, correspondence, and other papers of Frederick Augustus Maxse, the Maxse family, Lord Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil, and Alfred Milner. It contains material relating to 19th- and 20th-century British and Imperial history, in particular the Boer War. The coverage of 20th-century South African politics is notable. Most major British politicians and political events of this period areā€¦
Extents: 85 shelfmarks
Dates: 1833-1958