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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)COW/4/I/2/135
TitleBuchan, John
Extent9 items
Date[1931]-1933
DescriptionCorrespondence from John Buchan [1st Baron Tweedsmuir, born 1875 and died 1940, Scottish novelist and Unionist politician].

1/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 16th July, 1931. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Mr Coward’. Invites Noel to lunch at the House of Commons.

2/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of 8 Gayfere Street, Westminster, dated 22nd July, 1921 [1931?]. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Mr Coward’. He is sorry to cancel the meeting with Noel and hopes to rearrange it for when he is back in London at the end of September.

3/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 8th October, 1931. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Mr Coward’. Would like to meet Noel for lunch on the 22nd.

4/ Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 24th October, 1931. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Coward’. He was delighted to see Noel at lunch. Wishes Noel luck on his journey.

5/ Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 16th July, 1932. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Noel Coward’. Invites Noel to lunch on the 25th.

6/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 2nd September, 1932. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Noel Coward’. Invites Noel to lunch on the 7th.

7/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated 7th December, 1932. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Noel Coward’. Asks if Noel could contribute a written piece for the Eton college magazine that his son is involved in.

8/Transcript of a letter from Noel Coward, dated 21st December, 1932. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear John Buchan’. He does not have time to write anything new for the Eton College magazine but will send a piece he wrote for a guest book when he visited Peru.

9/Transcript of a letter from John Buchan of Elsfield Manor, Oxford, dated, 3rd January, 1933. Letter addressed to ‘My dear Noel Coward’. Thanks Noel for the ‘Peruvian verse’.
NotesFormer reference: Section I Personal Correspondence of Noël Coward, Box 1
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