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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)COW/4/I/2/62
TitleBarrie, Sir James
Extent5 items
Date1928-[c1934]
DescriptionCorrespondence from Sir James Barrie, signed 'J.M. Barrie' [James Matthew Barrie, born 1860 and died 1937, Scottish author and playwright].

1/ Transcript of a letter from Sir James Barrie of Adelphi Terrace House, Strand, dated February 18th, 1928. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Coward’. He thinks ‘Sirocco’ is a brilliant piece of work but not as good as the ‘The Vortex’.

2/ Transcript of a letter from Sir James Barrie of 11 Gower Street, London, dated November 16th, 1933. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Coward’. Invites Noel to become of council member for the League of British Dramatists.

3/ Transcript of a letter from Sir James Barrie of 11 Gower Street, London, undated. Letter is addressed to ‘My dear Coward’. Hopes that Noel will reconsider his decision about declining the invitation to become a member of the council for the League of British Dramatists.

4/ Transcript of a letter from Sir James Barrie of Adelphi Terrace House, Strand, dated, December 4th, 1933. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Coward’. Is looking forward to seeing Noel at lunch on Tuesday 12th.

5/ Transcript of a letter from Sir James Barrie of Adelphi Terrace House, Strand, dated July 1st, 1934. Letter is addressed to ‘Dear Noel Coward’. Wishes Noel good health after his surgery.
NotesFormer reference: Section I Personal Correspondence of Noël Coward, Box 1
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