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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)COW/4/I/2/184
TitleCochran, C. B.
Extent8 items
Date[mid 20th century]
DescriptionCorrespondence from C. B. Cochran, sometimes signed 'Charles B. Cochran' or 'C.B.C.' [Charles Blake Cochran, born 1872 and died 1951, English theatrical manager].

1/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of 23 Montagu Street, Portman Square, dated Sunday. Letter is addressed to 'Dear Noel'. Asks Noel to write his next London Pavillion Revue.

2/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of 23 Montagu Street, Portman Square, dated Thursday 18th July 1927. Letter is addressed to 'Dear Noel'. Criticises the press for writing criticism of Noel's work. He is proud to have presented Noel's work.

3/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of 49 Old Bond Street, London, dated 27th March 1928. Letter is addressed to 'My dear Noel'. Praises Noel's work. Asks that Noel not write a revue for any other manager.

4/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of 23 Montagu Street, Portman Square, dated Sunday. Letter is addressed to 'My dear'. Offers his theatre to stage 'Roberta'.

5/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of His Majesty's Theatre, London dated 9th May 1934. Letter is addressed to 'Dear Noel'. A short letter concerning a couple of actors.

6/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of 23 Montagu Street, Portman Square, dated 24th September 1934. Letter is addressed to ' My dear Noel'. He is happy to hear Noel found the show enchanting.

7/ Transcript of a letter from C. B. Cochran of Savoy Hotel, London, undated. Letter is addressed to 'Dear Noel'. Reassures Noel about his tax troubles and offers his support.

8/ Transcript of a letter from Sir Charles Cochran of 49 Old Bond Street, London, dated 26th October 1942. Letter is addressed to 'My dear Noel'. Praises one of Noel's films.
NotesFormer reference: Section I Personal Correspondence of Noël Coward, Box 1
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