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Claud Lovat Fraser and Grace Crawford Lovat Fraser Collection: Manuscripts

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Collection Number: M 25

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May, 2003
Last Updated: March 13, 2009

Box 1. Early family correspondence
Box 2. Family correspondence
Box 3. Family correspondence
Box 4. Correspondence
Box 5. Correspondence
Box 6. Correspondence with E. Gordon Craig
Box 7. Correspondence
Box 8. Correspondence and miscellaneous materials
Box 9. Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 10. Tamara Karsavina-related materials
Box 11. Various manuscripts
Box 12. Diaries and bound volume of Fraser's favorite literature
Box 13. Diaries
Box 14. Books and miscellaneous materials
Box 15. Books and miscellaneous materials
Box 16. Notebooks and sketchbooks
Box 17. Books
Box 18. Miscellaneous
Box 19. Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 20. Manuscripts, gallery sheets, prototypes for books,miscellaneous
Box 21. Miscellaneous press clippings
Box 22. Miscellaneous press clippings
Box 23. Miscellaneous press clippings
Box 24. Miscellaneous press clippings
Box 25. Miscellaneous press clippings
Box 26. Miscellaneous press clippings


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Contents

1 Early Family Correspondence
1 Fraser to parents, 16 letters, 8 pages of informal sketches and writing, handmade book: The Fraser Book (ca. 1900).
2 Fraser to parents, 10 letters (ca. 1901-1903); 1902 school exam.
3 Fraser to parents, 34 letters, 4 postcards, 1 cardboard square with envelope (1902-1903).
4 Fraser to Mrs. Fraser and Nanny (Mrs. Dallen), 13 letters, 1 postcard (1903).
5 Fraser to parents, 18 letters, 1 postcard (1904-1905).
6 Fraser to parents, 15 letters (1906); one performance program (n.d.).
7 Fraser to parents and Alan Fraser, 16 letters, 2 postcards, 1 poem, 3 letter fragments (1906-1907).
8 Fraser to parents, 18 letters, 18 postcards, 1 handwritten telegram (1908-1911).
9 Mrs. Fraser and Aunt [?] to Fraser, 33 letters (1900-1903).
10 Mrs. Fraser to Fraser, 30 letters (1903-1904).
11 Mr. Fraser to Fraser and Alan Fraser, 17 letters (1900-1903).
12 Mr. Fraser to Fraser, 17 letters (1904).
13 Alan Fraser to his parents and Nanny, 12 letters (1903-1904); Mrs. Fraser to Alan Fraser, 1 letter (ca. 1903-1904).
14 Alan Fraser to his parents and Nanny, 6 letters (1907); Fraser to Alan Fraser, 1 letter (1907).
15 G.S. Davies (Headmaster, Charterhouse) to Mr. Fraser, 4 letters (1904-1905).
     
2 Family Correspondence
1 Fraser to parents, 11 letters, some with corresponding envelopes, 18 postcards;
Fraser to Alan Fraser, 1 postcard (1912).
2 Fraser to parents, 5 letters, 3 postcards, 1 envelope with limerick and notes (1913).
3 Fraser to parents, 17 letters, some with corresponding envelopes, 11 postcards;
Claud Fraser to Mrs. Fraser and Alan Fraser, 3 postcards (1914).
4 Fraser to parents, 18 letters, some with corresponding envelopes, 1 postcard (Jan.-Apr. 1915).
5 Fraser to parents, 15 letters, some with corresponding envelopes, 3 postcards, 1 undated letter;
Fraser to Alan Fraser, 2 letters; one notice; one note given to Mrs. Fraser with Lovat's address at the Durham Light Infantry (May-Aug. 1915).
6 Fraser to parents, 19 letters, some with corresponding envelopes (Sept.-Oct. 1915).
7 Fraser to parents, 10 letters, some with corresponding envelopes, 4 postcards; Lovat Fraser
to Mac [?], 1 letter (Nov.-Dec. 1915).
 
3 Family Correspondence
1 Fraser to parents, 23 letters, some with corresponding envelopes; 2 postcards; 2 war
souvenirs (1914-1915).
2 Fraser to parents; Claud Fraser to Lovat Fraser, 20 letters, some with corresponding envelopes; 8 postcards; 1 draft of a telegram from Claude Fraser to Mrs. Fraser regarding Lovat's condition; war souvenir (1916).
3 Fraser to parents, 4 letters, 2 with corresponding envelopes (1917-1918).
4 Lovat Fraser to parents, 5 letters, some with corresponding envelopes; 12 postcards (1919-1921).
5 Lovat Fraser to Grace Crawford; Crawford to Lovat Fraser, 7 letters, some with corresponding envelopes; 2 postcards, 1 note (1916-1917).
6 Fraser to Crawford; Crawford to Fraser, 11 letters, some with corresponding envelopes; 2 postcards (1918; 1921); 1 two-sided sketch of a horse that was included with a letter.
7 Miscellaneous correspondence (4 undated postcards to parents; 1 postcard from Alan Fraser to Fraser; 1 German army postcard with fabric swatch; 1 undated page from a letter; 1 postcard to Fraser regarding voter registration).
 
4 Correspondence
(Note: In the 2000-2001 inventory certain materials, such as photos, drawings and manuscripts, were found with letters. These groupings were maintained in these folders.)
1 Enid Bagnold to Fraser, 4 letters (1916).
2 Max Beerbohm to Fraser, 1 letter (1910).
3 H. Bellingham-Smith to Fraser, 2 letters (undated).
4 Arnold Bennett to Fraser, 10 letters (1921), Bennett to Pawling re: Fraser book, 1 letter (1921).
5 Desmond Coke to Fraser, 3 letters (1914-1915).
6 Harold Curwen to Fraser, 2 letters and 1 black proof of figures on letterhead (1920); 1 incomplete draft of a letter in Fraser's [?] hand (undated).
7A Walter De La Mare to Fraser, 34 letters, 3 postcards, 1 envelope (1912-1916).
7B De La Mare mixed group of 7 letters: James Pinker to WDLM, Kyllman to WDLM, WDLM to Crawford, WDLM to Ralph Hodgson, Francis Lewis to Seymour Adelman containing clippings about WDLM (1912-1921); 1 handwritten review by Fraser of WDLM's The Great Son and Other Poems; 1 mounted and matted original WDLM signature.
8 William De Morgan to Fraser, 2 letters, 1914.
9 John Drinkwater to Fraser, 1 letter (1917).
10 Robert Graves to Fraser, 1 letter (1916).
11 Martin Hardie to Fraser, 5 letters, including 2 from Victoria and Albert Museum ghost-written by Hardie (1921).
12 Kenneth Hare to Fraser, 4 letters, two of which have poems; 1 postcard from Fraser to Hare (1916-1919); 5 poems by Hare, 3 of which have 2 copies each.
13 Ralph Hodgson to Fraser, 1 letter, with draft of Fraser's response on reverse (1911).
14 Barry Jackson to Fraser, 1 letter (n.d.).
15 Holbrook Jackson 1 letter (1915); 1 postcard from Fraser to Jackson (1914); 2 typed manuscripts.
16 E.V. Lucas to Fraser, 1 letter (1915).
17A Haldane Macfall to Fraser, 2 letters and 3 postcards (1913-1916); 3 letters to Claude Fraser (1912-1913).
17B Macfall, The Art of Claud Lovat Fraser manuscript.
18 Harold Munro to Fraser, 2 letters (1918-1920).
19 J. Middleton Murray to Fraser, 1 letter (1913).
20 Henry Newboldt to Fraser, 2 letters (1917-1919).
21 James Pryde to Fraser, 2 letters (1911? and undated).
22 Alfred W. Rich to Fraser, 8 letters, some illustrated (1915-1918); 1 signed watercolor.
23 Hugo Rumbold to Fraser, 1 letter (1917).
24 George William Russell ("A.E.") to Fraser, 11 letters (1913-1917); 1 reprint of a 1913 editorial written by James Stephens.
25 Lawrence Shuttleworth to Fraser, 2 letters (1915).
26 James Stephens to Fraser, 52 letters, 1 postcard, 1 note card, 2 envelopes annotated by Fraser (1913-1921); 1 typed poem.
27 Jack B.Yeats. to Fraser, 5 letters, 1 illustrated Christmas greeting (1912-1914).
28 Hugh Walpole to Fraser, 1 letter (1921); Walpole to Crawford, 1 letter (1924?).
29 De La Mare to Crawford, 11 letters, 1921-1933.
 
5 Correspondence
1 Fraser to Holbrook Jackson, 10 letters, 18 postcards, 2 Christmas cards (1910-1912); 1 caricature of G.K. Chesterton.
2 Fraser to Jackson, 15 letters, 3 postcards (1913-1914).
3 Fraser to Jackson, 22 letters, including 1 with a newspaper clipping and 1 with a sketch; 1 postcard (1915-1920 and undated); 1 undated note; 1 miscellaneous list of names.
4 Typescripts of Fraser letters to Jackson.
5 Fraser to "Dear Colonel", 2 letters (1918 and undated), 1 undated "report," 1 note on "Messages and Signals paper" that accompanied 2 German pistols, 1 fragment containing a limerick.
6 Fraser to William Maas, 2 letters (1920-1921).
7 Fraser to E.V. Lucas, 3 letters (1914) .
 
6 Correspondence with E. Gordon Craig
(Organizational note: In doing the inventory of November, 2000 a number of undated letters were found grouped with those of certain dates. These undated ones were retained in the dated files. However, there were some loose undated letters and miscellaneous materials that had not been previously grouped, and these were placed in Folder 12.)
1 E. Gordon Craig to Grace Crawford Lovat Fraser, 16 letters, some with envelopes (1920-1956).
2 Craig to Crawford, 4 undated letters, 5 postcards; Elena Craig to Crawford, March 22, 1921; typewritten manuscript by E. Gordon Craig describing how Lovat Fraser gave him a copy of The Captain, and transferring the ownership back to Dorkles, May 10, 1931.
3 Craig to Mrs. Fraser, 6 letters, some with envelopes (1921-1922).
4 Craig to Claud Fraser, 8 letters, some with envelopes (1923-1925); one typed letter to Craig from The Times, February 21, 1925.
5 Craig to Lovat Fraser, 7 letters, some with envelopes (1917-1918); 2 undated letters; subscription for The Marionette; advertisement for Goldoni's "Books for Artists"; form letter from The Mask of the Marionette (1920); newspaper clipping of Craig's letter to The Observer (1922).
6 Craig to Fraser, 12 letters, some with envelopes, and 1 postcard (February and September, 1920); telegram to Craig, sent on the Fraser (1920); two newspaper clippings (1919, 1920).
7 Craig to Fraser, 8 letters, some with envelopes, one with enclosures (October 1920); M. Gibbiniss to Craig (1920); Arundel Del Re to Craig, with a draft of a letter to Max Beerbohm.
8 Craig to Fraser, 14 letters, some with envelopes, 2 postcards (November-December 1920).
9 Craig to Fraser, 10 letters, some with envelopes (January-February 21, 1921); 2 undated letters.
10 Craig to Fraser, 6 letters, some with envelopes (February 21-March, 1921); 3 undated letters; R. E. Ingpen to Craig, 1 letter.
11 Craig to Fraser, 13 letters (April-May, 1921); 4 undated letters; 1 postcard. Craig to "Fraser" (rather than "Lovat"), dictated by Craig and written by Teddy Craig (May 9, 1921). (Note: this letters seems to belong to Lovat and not his father, but the name change is unusual.)
12 Craig to Fraser, 6 undated letters, some with envelopes, 14 postcards; Teddy Craig to Fraser, 2 letters (1 undated, one April 3, 1921); 2 drawings by Teddy Craig; 1 drawing by Nelly Craig; 1 "receipt" from Craig to Fraser (1914).
 
7 Correspondence
1 Crawford to Seymour Adelman, letter (1973).
2 Crawford to Millard, letter (1923).
3 Edith Sitwell to Crawford, postcard, n.d.
4 Hugh [Hugo Rumbold?] to Crawford, letter (1940?). Norman [?] to Crawford, letter (1921).
Jack Crawford to Crawford and Mrs. Crawford, letter (1915). Jack Crawford to Crawford, letter (1901). C.R.W. Nevinson to Crawford, letter (19??). Jack Crawford to Crawford, postcard, n.d. Wilbur Macy Stone to Crawford, letter (1923). Thomas [?] to Crawford, 3 letters, (two undated, 1923). John Gloag to Crawford, letter (1970). Miscellaneous envelope.
5 Desmond Coke to Crawford, 2 letters (1921).
6 Berners to Crawford, letter, n.d.
7 E. Gordon Craig, manuscript for On Japanese Puppets.
8 Francis Meynell to Crawford, letter (1921).
9 Paul Nash to Crawford, 1 postcard and 8 letters (1921, 1922, 1933, and undated).
10 Harold Munro to Crawford, 4 letters (1921, 1922, 1924).
11 Eugene Goossens to Crawford, 2 letters, n.d.
12 Goossens, score for "Old Chinese Tune," inscribed to Fraser, n.d.
13 Gilbert Deniston to Crawford, letter (1917).
Unidentified authors, 2 letters (1 in French). Page with address on it.
14 Crawford to Holbrook Jackson, letter (1922).
15 Various authors, 21 condolence letters (1921).
16 Enid Bagnold to Crawford, letter (1921).
17 Albert Rutherston to Crawford, letter (1923).
18 Haldane McFall to Crawford, letter (1921).
19 Kenneth Hare to Crawford, letter (1921).
20 Marguerite Bennett to Crawford, letter (1921).
Arnold Bennett to Crawford, letter (1921).
21 Sinclair Lewis, untitled poem for Crawford.
22 William Rothenstein to Crawford, letter, n.d.
 
8 Correspondence and Miscellaneous Materials
1 Bagnold to Jackson, letter (1920).
2 Tree to "dear Justin", letter (1916); autographed photo of Tree.
3 Coke to Millard, letter (1926); Coke's notes for a talk about Fraser to Clayesmore Fine Arts Club (1923); Hatchards Booksellers to Coke, letter (1923).
4 Macfall to Coke, letter (1927).
5 Fraser to Alan Fraser, 6 letters (1915 and 1919); 9 postcards (1911-1917, undated); miscellaneous envelope; Claude Fraser to Alan, postcard (undated).
6 Patience Miller to Fraser (undated); unidentified author to "Messrs. Heal & Sons", 1 letter (1919); poem in Fraser's hand (?); clipping about Fraser exhibition.
7 Henry Osporat to John Lane, 6 letters (1899-1907, undated).
8 Julia Trant to "Dear Sir", letter (1922); anonymous page of titles and dates.
9 Millard materials: bookplate (?), 2 postcards (1922), miscellaneous envelopes, stationery; book list for Selwyn & Blount. Millard to D. S. Hitch, Esq., 2 letters (1924). W. Foxton to Millard, 1 letter (1922). Millard to Nutt, 1 letter (1924).
10 T.E. Browne, published poem.
11 Claude Fraser to Jackson, 3 letters (1921, 1923). Claude Fraser to A.T. Stevens, 1 letter (1915).
12 J. Howard Bliss to Millard, 1 letter, 1 reproduction of Fraser caricature.
13 Hare to Millard, 1 letter.
14 Bound volume of handwritten text of "Lovat Fraser" by Macfall.
15 Aunt Edith to Claude and Mrs. Fraser, 1 letter, 1912.
16 17 letters to Claude and Mrs. Fraser related to Fraser memorial exhibition,
2 miscellaneous envelopes.
17 Jack Crawford to Claude Fraser, 2 postcards (1920). Claude Fraser to Crawford and Fraser, 1 letter (1917). Claude Fraser to Mrs. Fraser, 1 letter (1920). T. C. Crawford to "Dear Censor", 1 letter (1915), regarding transferring funds to Crawford and Mrs. Crawford in Munich.
18 Alan Fraser to parents, 11 letters (1910-1911); Alan Fraser to parents, 1 postcard (1911).
3 of Alan Fraser's report cards from Clifton College (1910-1911); miscellaneous envelopes.
19 Fraser to Aunt Mabel (Mrs. Claude Rees), 7 letters (1911-1921). Loose: Bound book with 1 letter inserted (Albert Rutherson to Claude Fraser, 1924) and draft of a foreword AR wrote for a book (?) on Fraser.
 
9 Miscellaneous Correspondence
1 Fraser to Munro, 10 letters (1915-1917).
2 Fraser to Munro, 18 letters and 1 postcard (1918-1919).
3 Fraser to Munro, 5 letters and 1 postcard (1920-1921); Fraser to Munro, 1 note (undated); Fraser to Aleda Munro, 3 letters (1916, 1920 and undated).
4 Fraser to Bagnold, 7 letters (1911-1918, undated); 1 postcard (1916); 3 sketches; 1 clipping about wedding; 1 miscellaneous envelope; Bagnold's miscellaneous notes to Fraser's letters. Crawford to Bagnold, 1 letter (1966); postcard of a Thomas Hardy poem, no message.
5 Fraser to Heal, 1 letter (1917).
6 Fraser to H. Savage, 2 letters (1914) Fraser to Pickford Waller, 1 letter (1913).
7 Miscellaneous Fraser correspondence to Hackett, London Museum, Gunter, "Dear Sir."
8 Miscellaneous Fraser correspondence to Beaumont, Hugh, Maas, O'Connor, "Dear Sir", Davis, Stevens.
9 Fraser to Mabel Stephanson (1910s).
10 Crawford to Adelman, 7 letters (1971-1972). Adelman to Crawford, 1 letter (1972)
11 Fraser to Tayler, Fraser's patent application.
 
10 Tamara Karsavina-related materials
1 Karsavina to Fraser, 2 letters (1921 and n.d.). Karsavina to Crawford, 7 letters (1921, 1924, 1933,
and n.d.).
2 Karsavina to Mrs. Fraser, 2 letters, (1921 and 1930).
Loose Program for the London Coliseum (Karsavina included in performance). Two photostats from The Times, London, January 4, 1921. One photostat of a catalogue card for Karsavina's book on ballet technique.
 
11 Various Manuscripts
1 First draft of James Stephens's Tuam MacCairill, presented to Helen Fraser.
2 Bound volume of verse of Helen Fraser (1936-1942).
3 T.C. Crawford manuscript, Three Glasses of Vermouth.
4 Crawford manuscript for 19th Century Costume Design (2 copies).
5 Crawford script for The Crafty Widow.
6 Crawford manuscript for Wilhelm.
7 Verses by Crawford and one translated by Ezra Pound.
8 Crawford, transcript of broadcast, "Working for Diaghileff," December 13, 1962.
9 Margot Fonteyn to Crawford, letter (1961).
10 Helen Fraser, typescripts of verses.
Loose Typescript draft of Crawford's In the Days of My Youth. 2 photos of Fraser art work; photocopy of drawing of "Potephar's Wife" by Leon Bakst. [Note: there was no obvious reason why these are here, but they were retained in this group.]
 
12 Diaries and bound volume of Fraser's favorite literature
(Organizational note: Fraser often included sketches, notes, clippings, and photos in his diaries. These have not been individually inventoried. The numbering of the diaries is for the purposes of this list only; Fraser did not identify them with numbers.)
Diary 1 August 2 - August 29, 1906. Includes description of trip to Belgium.
Diary 2 January - December, 1914. Entries are intermittent throughout the year. Many of the missing dates are covered by the separate diaries of his trip to France and Italy (see below).
Diary 3 March 7 - April 8, 1914. Travel.
Diary 4 April 9 - April 26, 1914. Travel.
Diary 5 August 14, 1917. "On August 4th 1914 I closed my Diary and resolved that I would not resume it until Peace was once more declared. [Fraser describes war experiences and ends with a description of how he met Grace Crawford.] "...I knew then that I loved her."
Bound Volume Fraser notes that "this book was bound up with my favourite selections by Zaehnsdorf for me when I was in the Army in September 1914. I carried it with me all the time that I was on Active Service both at home and abroad." The book includes selections from the Bible, poems, works by Shakespeare, and essays.
 
13 Diaries
(Organizational note: Fraser often included sketches, notes, clippings, and photos in his diaries. These have not been individually inventoried. The numbering of the diaries is for the purposes of this list only; Fraser did not identify them with numbers.)
Diary 6A The Cheswick Press Calendar and Diary for the Year 1917. Very few entries.
Diary 6B October 4 - December 31, 1917. Journal is kept primarily in Greek, with letters spelling out the English equivalent.
Diary 7 January 1 - March 5, 1918. In English.
Diary 8 March 6 - May 21, 1918. In English.
Diary 9 May 22 - July 27, 1918. Primarily in Greek. "I resolve to keep my diary in cipher again [as there is no knowing what the clerks may see in my absence]."
Diary 10 July 28 - October 14, 1918. Primarily in Greek.
Diary 11 October 18 - December 18, 1918. Primarily in Greek.
Diary 12 December 19, 1918 - January 19, 1919. Primarily in Greek.
Diary 13 January 20 - June 23, 1919. Primarily in Greek.
 
14 Books and Miscellaneous Materials
(Note: the loose items have been assigned numbers for organization only.)
Loose 1. Fraser, account book 1919-1920
2. Fraser, A Book of Queer Names. Strange and curious names discovered amongst the documents of No. 2 Infantry Record Office. Hounslow, 1917.
3. Fraser, Nurse Lovehill's Legacy...Nursery Rhymes.
4. Roll Book, 14th Platoon, D Company, 14th Durham Light Infantry.
5. Dummy of The Song of Honor made up by RH. [Dummy relates to printed versions that are in BMC Special Collections.]
6. Fraser, handwritten text for Toys.
7. Fraser, A Book of British Names.
8. Fraser, untitled book of queer names.
9. Fraser, untitled book of sketches, lists.
10. Fraser, "Later British Broadsides of the XVIIIth and XIXth Centuries." Draft of an article.
11. Fraser, untitled poems dedicated to "M[other]" and drafts of letters.
12. Visitors to the Studio June-December 1917, with diary entries in front in unidentified hand.
13. Fraser's Army record book, in which was found a 1919 medical report on Fraser; 2 letters regarding staff pay; letter from Fraser to Captain. Bedale, February 2, 1916; passbook summary; memorandum regarding an Army medal; cloth insignia of Fraser's infantry unit.
14. Grace's Buik of Scots Sangs, 1917.
 
15 Books and Miscellaneous Materials
1 "The Art of the Theatre," Studio, Vol. 82, No. 344, Nov. 1921.
2 Fraser, various poems.
3 3 reviews of Fraser's work (printed critical notes).
4 Miscellaneous reviews and articles about Fraser.
5 Envelopes from Flying Fame.
6 Joseph Cranhill, A Tribute.
7 Two of the parallels to confirmation in the New Testament.
8 Manuscript for Goldini's The Canny Widow.
9 Prologue: To the Other Children.
10 A Satirical Triolet.
11 Ballade of Buntingford.
12 Miscellaneous envelopes and receipts.
13 Rough notes of Hodgson's conversations.
14 Miscellaneous holograph notes.
15 Miscellaneous poems (imitations of Noyes, Masefield, Swinburne)
16 A foreword to Goldoni's The Liar.
17. The Parable of the Rich Man.
18 Epitaphium Felis.
19 Mount Miracle.
20 Miscellaneous notes.
 
16 Notebooks and sketchbooks
(Organizational note: unless otherwise indicated, Fraser did not date these books. Numbers have been assigned for identification purposes only.)
Book 1 "Soldiers of Many Lands. Lovat Fraser", 1908.
Book 2 "Sketches", June 1912.
Book 3 "C. Lovat Fraser. 14th D.L.F.", 1915.
Book 4 "Lovat's Dymchurch note book, 1920" (in Crawford's hand).
Book 5 "This Book is the Property of C. Lovat Fraser...No. 2, 1921."
Book 6 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 7 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 8 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 9 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 10 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 11 Miscellaneous sketches and notes, some from The Clandestine Marriage.
Book 12 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 13 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 14 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 15 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 16 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 17 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 18 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 19 Miscellaneous sketches and notes.
Book 20 Miscellaneous sketches and notes, with writing by Walter de la Mare.
Book 21 "330 Designs for Printers by C. Lovat Fraser. July: 1920."
 
17 Books
Book 1 Prologue to the Other Children and other poems.
Book 2 Clippings from book catalogues, some annotated.
Book 3 "Lovat Fraser's Book. 20. Jany.1914." Poems, essays, clippings and lists.
Book 4 "Lovat Fraser: His Scrap-Book (1911-1916)." Clippings of articles, essays, illustrations. Insert of notes by Adelman.
 
18 Miscellaneous
Leather cover, embossed "G. Lovat Fraser."
Scrapbook of clippings about CLF and GLF and some photographs from La Serva Padrona.
 
19 Miscellaneous correspondence
1 Goossens to Fraser (undated letter, postcard ), R.W. Meade to Fraser (1918), William Howe to Fraser (1915), Elena Craig to Fraser (1917), A.T. Stevens to Fraser (copy, 1919), Michael Sadleir (l921), Walter Morice(?) (1918), Alan Fraser (?) to Fraser (1917),unknown to Fraser (1918, with envelope and two pictures of ruined buildings), unknown to Fraser (1917?), T.C. & E.C. Jack Ltd. to Fraser (1918), A.G. Allcock to Fraser (1918).
2 Oliver Simon to Percy Muir (1952), Henry Danielson to "Dear Sir" (1923), Lillian Browse to Adelman (1968).
3 Florence Fraser to Adelman, 3 letters.
4 Two drawings by Eric Kensington.
5 Hodgson to Jackson (postcard), loose sketch, typed copy of "Creation," signed by John Alford.
 
20 Manuscripts, gallery sheets, prototypes for books,miscellaneous
1 Prototypes for books:
a. Blue swirled lines (vertical), green lines (horizontal), white rectangle outlined in green in upper right corner.
b. Green horizontal and vertical stripes, pink wash; white rectangle outlined in pink in upper right corner.
c. Pink horizontal and vertical stripes, white rectangle outlined in green in upper right corner.
d. Green and white diamonds, white rectangle outlined in pink in upper left corner.
e. Pink and white rectangles, white rectangle outlined in green in upper half.
f. Burnt orange, tan/white diamonds, white rectangle outlined in orange in upper half.
g. Last Legs. A hitherto Unpublished Lyric by the Late T. E. Brown. 1916
h. Poems by Sir. Rchd. Fanshaw Knt.
i. The Muses' Maying Being a Choice of May Songs by Several Hands.
j. Marie's Spikenard and Other Poems Which the Stress of Modern Times has caused us to forget.
k. Daisies Delectable Being a Pocket-Book of Fifty old Songs. 1914.
2 CLF handwritten notes for essay on criticism of theater.
3 Miscellaneous handwritten notes by CLF.
4 CLF MS "Table Talk of Tomson."
5 Millard gallery sheets stamped July 1923.
6 Millard galley sheets stamped August 1923 and unstamped.
7 Millard preliminaries and illustration typescript lists (2), MS note, errata slips(2), prospectus (2).
8 Typescript of "Collection of Prints by C. Lovat Fraser in the Possession of Haldane Macfall."
9 Invitation and inventory form for English Arts Club.
10 Press clipping about First Edition Club; letters from A.J. Symons, Secretary of the Club.
11 Prospectus for Claud Lovat Fraser by John Drinkwater and Albert Rutherston; letter from James Fraser (Library Director, Fairleigh Dickinson University) to Seymour Adelman transmitting prospectus, July 19, 1983.
12 Typed outline of CLF's life, possibly by his mother.
13 CLF's Some Notes on Caricature (MS and TS)
14 For Grace with Love from Teddy - a copy of EGC original M.S. about Lovat.
 
21 Miscellaneous press clippings and other items
1 Theater programs for The Phoenix.
2 Press clippings about Pirates.
3 Press clippings about CLF's prints.
4 Press clippings about Macfall's The Book of Lovat.
5 Book reviews of Millard's The Printed Work of Claud Lovat Fraser.
6 Press clippings about Flying Fame.
7 Press clippings about The Begger's Opera.
8 Obituaries for CLF, Haldane Macfall, Helen Lovat Fraser Aronson.
9 Miscellaneous blank postcards, photographs, price list found with Fraser collection, but association is unclear.
Loose Newspaper clipping of map: "Battles from Nieppe Forest to Wytschaete."
   
22 Miscellaneous press clippings
1 Miscellaneous press clippings, transferred from CLF art collection. Subjects include CLF's theater work.
2 Miscellaneous press clippings, transferred from CLF art collection.
Subjects include CLF's theater work.
3 Prospectus for Claud Lovat Fraser.Miscellaneous press clippings and photocopies of press clippings, transferred from CLF art collection. Subjects include reviews of CLF exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum.
4 Press clippings related to GLF.
 
23 Miscellaneous press clippings
1 Press clippings about CLF, GLF and Russian ballet.
2 Press clippings about CLF.
3 Press clippings about CLF.
4 Press clippings about GLF.
5 Press clippings about GLF.
6 Press clippings about CLF and GLF.
 
24 Miscellaneous press clippings.
1 Press clippings about CLF 1917-1924, mounted on scrapbook paper.
 
25 Miscellaneous press clippings
1 Press clippings about CLF's book illustrations.
2 Press clippings about other illustrations by CLF.
3 Press clippings about posthumous publications about CLF.
4 Press clippings about CLF's Mansard Gallery exhibition.
5 Press clippings about memorial exhibition at Leicester Gallery.
6 Press clippings about Begger's Opera.
 
26 Miscellaneous press clippings
1 Press clippings about Polly.
2 Press clippings about The Rivals , The Liar, As You Like It.
3 Press clippings about Theatre Exhibitions and Arts and Industries exhibitions.
4 Press clippings about theater and music.

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