• Title
    Bennett, Enoch Arnold
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  • Creator
    Bennett, Enoch Arnold (1867-1931) author and journalistMore Info on Creator
  • Scope and Content
    Manuscript 283 is a holograph manuscript of the short story, The Risks of Life, written by Enoch Arnold Bennett in 1913. SL V 45 is a holograph manuscript of The Lions Share 1916 and SL V 46 is a limited edition of The Old Wives' Tale 1908 by Arnold Bennett.
  • Conditions of access
    Open but access to some files may be restricted by the Freedom of Information Act. 24 hours notice necessary.
  • Extent
    5 volumes
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    University College, London, holds correspondence and papers, 1883-1938 (Ref: MS ADD 299), correspondence and papers, [1902-1931] (Ref: MS Ogden 96), letters to Andre Paul Guillaume Gide, 1929-1930; the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Library, University of Texas at Austin, USA, has notebooks and a manuscript of 'Instinct', 1906-1926, and letters from George Bernard Shaw, 1910-1930 (Ref: No 419); Houghton Library, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA, contains a journal, 1908-1909 (Ref: MS Eng 28), and literary papers; the British Library, London, holds a journal, 1912 (Ref: Add MS 59841), letters to Mrs Cheston, 1925-1929 (Ref: Add MS 60391H), letters to Charles Frederick Gurney and Lucy Masterton, 1915-1930 (Ref: Add MS 62111), letters to Michael Morton, 1925-1928 (Ref: Add MS 59877), letters to Ivor Nicholson and Miss Head, 1926-1929 (Ref: RP2848), letters to F F Rosher, 1913-1919 (Ref: RP2614), correspondence of Bennett and his executors with the Society of Authors, 1909-1967 (Ref: Add MS 56668), and correspondence with Marie Stopes, 1918-1931 (Ref: Add MS 58497); Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and Art Gallery contains correspondence and papers, and letters to Annie Truscott Wood, 1892-1925; the University of California Library, Berkeley, USA, holds correspondence and literary manuscripts, [1911-1931] (Ref: NUC MS 75-258); the Beinecke Library, Connecticut, USA, has letters and papers; the Huntington Library, California, USA, contains letters and literary manuscripts; the McLennan Library, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, holds literary manuscripts; The King's School, Canterbury, has a manuscript of, and notes for, 'The price of love', and correspondence with Edward Garnett; the House of Lords Record Office contains correspondence with William Maxwell Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook, 1917-1930 (Ref: BBK/C/31-5), and correspondence with Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel, 1926-1930 (Ref: Samuel papers); Cambridge University Library holds letters to Richard Bedford Bennett, Viscount Bennett, 1916-1931 (Ref: Add 7650); the Bodleian Library, Oxford University, has letters to Richard Sidney Blaker, 1918-1925 (Ref: MS Eng lett c317); the John Rylands University Library of Manchester contains letters to Basil Dean; the British Library of Political and Economic Science, London, holds letters to Alfred George Gardiner, 1914-[1927] (Ref: Gardiner); Trinity College Dublin has letters to Thomas Patrick Bodkin, 1917-1930 (Ref: MS 6993/10-20a); Keele University Library, contains letters to WW and Tertia Kennerley, verses and miscellaneous papers, 1902-1931 (Ref: ABK); the Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester, New York, USA, holds correspondence with Edward Knoblock, 1909-1931 (Ref: NUC MS 76-1435); Columbia University Library, New York, USA, has correspondence with Edward Verall Lucas, 1908-1938 (Ref: NUC MS 64-137); the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, contains letters to Sir John Ritchie Richmond, 1916-1928 (Ref: Acc 8921); the Brotherton Library, Leeds University, holds letters to Pauline Smith, 1916-[1931]; the University of Arkansas Library, USA, has correspondence with Frank Arthur Swinnerton, 1910-1931; literary papers are held at the New York Public Library, Lilly Library at Indiana University, the Pennsylvania State University Library and Northwestern University Library in Illinois, USA.
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