Finding-Aid for the Thomas Sturge Moore Letter (VMF119)


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Collection Outline

T. Sturge Moore to Mr. Levine ca. 1905

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Moore , Thomas Sturge , 1870-1944 , British author.
Title: Thomas Sturge Moore Letter
Identification: VMF119[Accession: 1236]

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For biographical information, see Twentieth Century Authors, vol. 1, p. 981.

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Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

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Administrative Information

Source

Laid in Albert Durer, by Thomas Sturge Moore.

Processing Information

Processed: January, 1971, by HH

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T. Sturge Moore to Mr. Levine, ca. 1905 (1 item (4 pp.): ALS)

Autograph letter signed, T. Sturge Moore to Mr. Levine [unidentified] replying to certain confusions concerning his biography of Albert Durer, 1905. Comments on various reviews of the book, including a Mr. Jones in The Wave and a Mr. McDowell in The London Mercury, which he originally suspected -- then dismissed -- as a pseudonumn of its editor, Sir John Collings Squire. Remarks that there has been no bibliographic attention to his work.

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