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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Cobden-Sanderson, T.J. [?]
May 22, 1929

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated May 22, 1929, from Arthur Ransome to T.J. [?] Cobden-Sanderson inquiring where his friend could purchase a dinghy. Ransome's friend planned to receive the boat in Syria and sail it in the sea of Alexandretta. Ransome wrote that he hoped to do some fishing at the end of June.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Hart-Davis, Rupert
September 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated September 14, 1968, from Rupert Hart-Davis to Frank Kurt Cylke acknowledging that he enclosed a copy of his address delivered upon the death of Arthur Ransome. A xerox copy of Hart-Davis' 4-page TMS speech is included. Hart-Davis edited "The Autobiography of Arthur Ransome," which was published in 1976.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Hirst, Helena (2/25/1953)
February 25, 1953

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated February 25, 1953, from Arthur Ransome to Helena Hirst consoling her on the loss of her husband, Francis W. Hirst. Ransome wrote, "Everybody who knew him knew how enormously valuable to him was the support from you on which he could always count. . . . He had a happy life and you gave it him."

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Hirst, Helena (9/29/1953)
September 29, 1953

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated September 29, 1953, from Arthur and Evgenia Ransome to Helena Hirst referring to the Hirsts' stay in New York. Mentioning that he and his wife would miss the Hirsts while they were in New York, Ransome wrote, "Now don't disappear altogether behind the fogs of the Atlantic. Do, please remember that no one's hand of write is more delightedly recognized than yours, and that the most welcome letter you can write is the one in which you tell us when you are coming home."

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Hirst, Helena (6/10/1957)
June 10, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated June 10, 1957, from Arthur Ransome to Helena Hirst discussing the prospects of publishing the "F. W. H. book" before the Christmas sales season. References include T.J.[?] Cobden-Sanderson and Gilbert Murray's illness.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Hirst, Helena (8/7/1959)
August 7, 1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated August 7, 1959, from Arthur Ransome to Helena Hirst. The letter seems to refer to a gift sent Hirst sent Ransome.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Hirst, Helena (2/29/1960)
February 29, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated February 29, 1960, from Arthur Ransome to Helena Hirst:"Please don't be hurt at my not wanting to keep these feathers (while very grateful to you for the kind thought that made you pull your hat to pieces). The trouble is that my fly-tying days are over. My hands are all but paralysed and I shall not ask them to tie flies for me again. Even if I could spend the rest of my life dressing flies I should never be able to use up all the stored feathers that have already been providing banquets for undeserving moths. SO. . . . PLEASE. . . . Settle down at once and put that panache back where it belongs. . . . I do hope you will be able to fit it firmly in its rightful place".

Box: 1 Fold: 8 H. W. Wilson Company (Publisher)
August 31, 1940 - February 15, 1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 xerox copies of a TLS dated August 31, 1940, from Arthur Ransome to the H. W. Wilson Company, a New York-based publisher of indexes and reference works for libraries, in which Ransome provides a brief autobiographical sketch to be used in the publication "Twentieth Century Authors." Also contains 1 TLS dated February 15, 1968, from John Jamieson, Editor of General Publications for the H. W. Wilson Company, to Frank Kurt Cylke, Assistant Librarian at Providence Public Library, referring to enclosure of a xerox copy of Ransome's personal sketch in the letter of August 31, 1940.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Wilson, John and Kate
December 27, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated December 27, 1957, from Arthur Ransome to John and Kate Wilson: "I must just let you know how much pleasure you have given by sending me that first-rate, Whitenade [?] portrait of my old friend. . . . the animal in its natural surroundings. It will go on giving me pleasure every time I look up from my desk. Thank you very much."

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Wilson, John G. (1/8/1913)
January 8(?), 1913

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated January 8(?), 1913, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson, a London publisher, including references to binding orders and Ransome's 1911 publication entitled "Hoofmarks of the Faun."

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Wilson, John G. (11/19/1913)
November 19, 1913

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated November 19, 1913, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson: "Will you please send on my behalf a copy of Wilde, 7/6 edition in the plain binding to Robert Ross, Esq., 13, Little Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Street, W. This is rather in a hurry as I should have written about it before. No bill should go with it. I hope your Odd Volume has been having a great success."

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Wilson, John G. (12/12/1913)
December 12, 1913

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS dated December 12, 1913, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson. Includes references to Ransome's "Hoofmarks of the Faun."

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Wilson, John G. (6/1/1914)
June 1, 1914

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated June 1, 1914, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson. Includes references to Ransome's receiving a copy of "Hoofmarks of the Faun" and his concern about publishing "Blue Treacle" before winter. Ransome sent the letter from St. Petersburg.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Wilson, John G. (8/1/1914)
August 1, 1914

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated August 1, 1914, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson inquiring about the status of "Blue Treacle" and discussing the state of affairs in Petersburg, Russia, where Ransome wrote the letter: "I suppose no news is bad news about BLUE TREACLE. I do wish it could have been shoved out somehow. Here, things are a great deal more exciting than English papers seem to know. The streets are full of the conscripts going to war, with the tears running down their faces, and cheering, dreadfully, as they go. All the cabhorses have been seized for the cavalry. Trains other than troop trains are practically stopped. The roads into Finland are all but blocked with cannon etc, going to the forts. . And then I get a Daily Mail with some calm rot about England keeping neutrality in case of war. If Eng. . . Oh, but what is the use of that kind of speculation. Poor BLUE TREACLE. Or, have you arranged something?"

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Wilson, John G. (1/12/1920)
Januray 12, 1920

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated January 12, 1920, from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson expressing disappointment at not having received any copies of "Death and the Soldier" and asking for six copies of it. Ransome sent this letter from the British Consulate in Reval, Esthonia.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Wilson, John G. (undated)
1913-1920 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 undated ALS from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Wilson, John G. (undated)
1913-1920 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 undated ALS from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Wilson, John G. (undated)
1913-1920 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 undated TLS from Arthur Ransome to John G. Wilson offering Ransome's impressions of Mr. Mason's book.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 unidentified "dealer" (undated)
January 18, 1929

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TLS dated January 18, 1929, from Arthur Ransome to an unidentified "dealer" requesting that a World's Classics edition of Machiavelli's "The Prince" be sent to E. T. Scott.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 "'Racundra's' First Cruise" - Manuscript
1948 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TM printer's proofs of Arthur Ransome's "'Racundra's' First Cruise." Publisher listed as Jonathan Cape of London. 221 pages.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 "The Soldier and Death" - Manuscript
1920 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 TMS of Arthur Ransome's "The Soldier and Death" (12 pages). Includes corrections. This folder also contains a xerox copy of the TMS "The Soldier and Death."

Box: 1 Fold: 22 "Thirteen Caucasian Folk Tales" - Manuscript
1915 [?]

DESCRIPTION:

Contains two AMS notebooks written by Arthur Ransome for his projected set of "Thirteen Caucasian Folk Tales." Includes many corrections and revisions in text, alternatively written in ink and pencil. circa 1915.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 "A Bookshop for Children"
August 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains a xerox copy of Arthur Ransome's article entitled "A Bookshop for Children," published in the August 1954 edition of "Young Canada's Book Week" (p. 15-18). The article represents publication of the address Ransome delivered on the opening of "The Children's Bookshop" in London. The speech first appeared in London's "The Bookseller" magazine.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 "China Weekly Review"
5/14/1927 - 2/23/1929

DESCRIPTION: Contains xerox copies of the following printed articles written by Arthur Ransome for the "China Weekly Review" while a special correspondent for the "Manchester Guardian:"

"What Happened in Kiukiang Last January" - 5/14/1927.

"Fear and Contempt in Relations of Chinese and Foreigners" - 8/6/1927.

"'Unequal Treaties' as Chinese Grievances" - 8/13/1927.

"The British Proposeds in China" - 8/20/1927.

"Why the Soviet Lost Out in China and England" - 4/28/1928.

"Yang Yu-Ting Brains of the North" - 2/23/1929.

Also contains a xerox copy of a printed article from the "China Weekly Review" about Ransome entitled "Arthur Ransome--'Piscatologist'" - 7/9/1927.



Box: 1 Fold: 25 "My Post Bag"
August 1937

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of a printed article entitled "My Post Bag" by Arthur Ransome in the August 1937 edition of "Young Wings" describing the letters he receives from readers of his books.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 "On Reading Too Fast"
October 1930

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of the printed essay ""On Reading Too Fast" by Arthur Ransome published in "Essays of the Year: 1929-1930" (p. 133-139). Ransome shares his regret that many modern readers read too fast to fully appreciate words and language used by authors.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 "On Writing for 'Age-Groups'"
October 15, 1973

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of the printed essay "On Writing for 'Age-Groups'" by Arthur Ransome published in the October 15, 1954 edition of "Library Journal" (vol. 79, p. 1973). The essays was drawn from a speech Ransome delivered at the opening of the "Children's Bookstore" in London.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 "Swallows and Amazons"
February 1931 - 2/27/1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed matter written by Arthur Ransome:

1 printed copy of Ransome's essay "A Book for a Pair of Slippers" published in the February 1931 edition of "Young Wings" (p. 8-9, 18) explaining how he came to write the book "Swallows and Amazons."

1 xerox copy of an Ransome's essay "'Swallows and Amazons:' How It Came to Be Written" published in the February 1931 edition of "The Horn Book" (p. 38-43).

In addition, this folder contains 1 printed copy of an essay published in "Young Wings" entitled "Swallows and Amazons" reviewing Ransome's book by that title (p. 4).

And, this folder contains 1 TLS from Therese Doumenjou, Editor in Chief of the Junior Literary Guild, to Frank Kurt Cylke, informing him that photocopies of Ransome's appearances in "Young Wings" were being sent to him.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 "Bohemia in London"
January 16,1984

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 printed article published on January 16, 1984, in the "Manchester Guardian" reviewing Arthur Ransome's book "Bohemia in London" (p. 11).

Box: 1 Fold: 30 "Coot Club"
Sept. 1935 - 3/16/1984

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 xerox copies of a reprinted essay by Arthur Ransome in the September 1935 edition of "Young Wings" providing a short autobiographical sketch. An article reviewing his book "The Coot Club" is also included (p. 6-7, 18). This folder also contains a printed newspaper article "Adventures Afloat" from March 1984 which previews Michael Robson's new four-part television series "Swallows and Amazons Forever!" based on Ransome's series of books by that title.



Box: 1 Fold: 31 "Cricket: The Magazine for Children" (August 1975)
August 1975

DESCRIPTION: Contains the August 1975 (vol. 2, no. 12) edition of "Cricket: The Magazine for Children," which includes an essay by Clifton Fadiman reviewing Arthur Ransome's books "Swallows and Amazons" and "Old Peter's Russian Tales."

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Cykle, Frank Kurt
September 20, 1984

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 printed newspaper article "Let Your Home Library Be Your Castle" published in the "Washington Times Magazine" on September 20, 1984, by Jerry Floyd describing the home library of Frank Kurt Cylke, collector of Arthur Ransome materials.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 "Far Distant Oxus"
September 1938

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of a printed essay "The Three Owls' Notebook" by Anne Carroll Moore in "the Horn Book" reviewing the book "The Far Distant Oxus," for which Arthur Ransome wrote the introduction. Moore devotes a fair amount of time to discuss Ransome's introduction.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 "Fool of the World" (1968)
1968

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed matter regarding Arthur Ransome's book "The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship:"

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from a printed book catalog from the Kirkus Service, Inc., listing the book - 11/1/1968.

1 xerox copy of a New York Times" article by Barbara Wersba reviewing the book - 12/13/1968.

3 printed pamphlets "Notable Children's Books: 1968," which include references to the book.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 "Fool of the World" (1969-72)
1969-1972

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed matter regarding Arthur Ransome's book "The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship:"

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from the "ALA Booklist" - 1/15/1969.

1 xerox copy of a brief review from "The Horn Book" - 2/1969.

1 printed article from "Book World" by Polly Goodwin reviewing the book - 2/23/1969.

1 xerox copy of a printed newsletter "Young Readers' Review" from the Providence Public Library including a review of the book - 3/1969.

1 xerox copy of a newsletter "Library Theatre" including an advertisement for "Baba Yaga and the Little Girl with the Kind Heart," which was based on a book by Ransome - 1972.



Box: 2 Fold: 1 "Fool of the World" Miscellaneous Material
6/18/1969-6/24/1969

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following miscellaneous material pertaining to Arthur Ransome's book "The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship:"

1 ALS dated 6/18/1969 from Uri Shulevitz, award-winning illustrator for the book, to Frank Kurt Cylke, collector of Ransome materials, explaining why he chose to illustrate Ransome's book.

1 undated printed brief biographical sketch of Uri Shulevitz from "Book News from Farrar, Straus & Giroux."

1 printed pamphlet: "The Newberry and Caldecott Awards Dinner: 1969," at which Uri Shulevitz won the Caldecott Medal for illustrating "Fool of the World."

1 printed poster: "Caldecott Medal," showing the books which won the award from 1938 to 1969.

Box: 2 Fold: 2 "Great Northern?"
1953

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of an essay by Lillian H. Smith in "The Unreluctant Years: A Critical Approach to Children's Literature" (ALA: Chicago, 1953, 193 pp.), which includes an excerpt analyzing Arthur Ransome's book "Great Northern?" (p. 138-142).

Box: 2 Fold: 3 "Junior Bookshelf" (Jan. 1964)
January 1964

DESCRIPTION: Contains the January 1964 edition of "The Junior Bookshelf," which served as a tribute to the 80th birthday of Arthur Ransome. This volume includes the following essays about Ransome:

George Bott's "A Little Lower than the Angels: A Tribute to Arthur Ransome."

C. Duff Stewart's "Those Ransome Kids: A Canadian View."

Derek Lomas' "Arthur Ransome: A Birthday Appreciation."

Richard Bambereger's "Arthur Ransome and a Treasure Chest for the Whole World."

Lina Christina Persson's "Dr. Ransome in Sweden."



Box: 2 Fold: 4 "Junior Bookshelf" (Aug. 1967)
August 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains the August 1967 (vol. 31, no. 4) edition of "The Junior Bookshelf," which includes the following articles in memory of Arthur Ransome, who had recently died:

M. S. Crouch's "Dr. Arthur Ransome, C.B.E."

Pamela Whitlock's "From Swallow to Sea Bear."



Box: 2 Fold: 5 "Peter Duck"
May 1933

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of an essay "Set Sail with the Swallows and Amazons" printed in the May 1933 edition of "Young Wings" reviewing Arthur Ransome's book "Peter Duck."

Box: 2 Fold: 6 Ransome, Arthur - Bibliographical Material
1928?-1988

DESCRIPTION: Contains collected bibliographical material pertaining to the works of Arthur Ransome, including the following:

1 TEL undated with reference to "Lenin: The Man and His Work" (1919) by Albert Rhys Williams, with the impressions of Col. Raymond Robins and Arthur Ransome.

1 AMs undated 4-page list of Arthur Ransome periodical appearances compiled by unidentified author, possibly Frank Kurt Cylke.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from "The New York Times Index" for January-February 1918 that includes citations for Ransome's dispatches on the situation in Russia.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from John McKay Shaw's "Childhood in Poetry" (Yale Research 1967) citing works by Arthur Ransome.

1 TMs list of Arthur Ransome appearances in the "London Times Index" (1903-1971).

1 xerox copy of pages from the Library of Congress catalogs of printed cards listing works by Arthur Ransome.

2 xerox copy excerpts from Linnea Hendrickson's "Children's Literature: A Guide to Criticism" listing works related to the writings of Arthur Ransome.

Box: 2 Fold: 7 Ransome, Arthur - Biographical Material
1929-1996

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following collected biographical material on Arthur Ransome:

1 xerox copy of "Book Collector 1929: Arthur Ransome" by Anthony Rota, which includes Ransome's 1967 obituary from the "New York Times" and Rota's essay "Some Uncollected Authors" accompanied by a check list of first editions of books by Arthur Ransome.

1 xerox copy of an essay "The Library Association Carnegie Medal and Mr. Arthur Ransome" found in "The Library Association Record" issue from May 1937.

1 xerox copy of Arthur Ransome's sketch in "Who's Who Among Living Authors of Older Nations" from 1966.

1 TMs drawn from the "London Times" of July 13, 1967 (p. 12C) recapping the memorial service for Ransome.

1 TMs drawn from the October 9, 1967 (p. 3) "London Times" listing the death of Ransome.

1 xerox copy of a brief obituary of Ransome in "Publisher's Weekly."

1 xerox copy of a biographical sketch of Arthur Ransome in editor Brian Doyle's "The Who's Who of Children's Literature" (1968).

1 TMs drawn from a "London Times" article of 2/3/1971 with references to Wild Cat Island and Peel Island.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from "Revelations from the Russian Archives: Documents in English Translation" (Library of Congress: Washington, 1997, p. 598-600) documenting that Arthur Ransome and his wife Evgenia Shelepina were involved in smuggling diamonds abroad to support foreign Communist parties.

Box: 2 Fold: 8 Ransome, Arthur - General Reviews/References
1945-1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed material about Arthur Ransome:

1 xerox copy of the essay "Arthur Ransome and His Books for Children" from "Publishers Weekly" 10/27/1945, p. 1946-8.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt pertaining to Ransome from Marjory Fisher's book "Intent Upon Reading: An Initial Appraisal of Modern Fiction for Children" (New York: Franklin Watts, 1961, pp. 274-5).

1 xerox copy of an excerpt with references to Ransome from Roger Lancelyn Green's book "Authors and Places: A Literary Pilgrimage (Putnam's Sons: New York, 1963, pp. 42-4, 75, 99).

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from Geoffrey Trease's book "Tales Out of School: A Survey of Children's Fiction" (Heinmann: London, 1965, pp. 55, 126, 139-41), which includes references to Ransome.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from Roger Lancelyn Green's book "Tellers of Tales: British Authors of Children's Books from 1800-1964" (Watts: New York, 1965), which includes references to Ransome.

1 xerox copy of Rosemary Manning's essay "Our Dreams Are Tales," with reference to Ransome, published in the February 1965 edition of "The Horn Book" (p. 25-27).

Box: 2 Fold: 9 Ransome, Arthur - General Reviews/References
1968-1981

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed matter about Arthur Ransome:

1 printed essay "Portrait of a Man Reading" by Tom Stoppard from the 5/19/1968 edition of "Book World" with a reference to Ransome.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from the book "Only Connect: Readings on Children's Literature" (New York, Oxford U. Press, p. 310-15) entitled "Arthur Ransome: Charting the Course," 1969.

1 xerox copy of Peter Hunt's essay "Ransome Revisited: A Structural and Developmental Approach" from "Children's Literature in Education," 1981.

Box: 2 Fold: 10 "Swallowdale"
February 1932

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of an essay "Sail Ho for Wild Cat Island" reviewing Arthur Ransome's new book "Swallowdale" and appearing in "Young Wings" in February 1932 (p. 5).

Box: 2 Fold: 11 "Swallows & Amazons"
1934-1988

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following printed matter about Arthur Ransome's book "Swallows and Amazons" and the series of books referred to by that name:

1 xerox copy of Elinor Whitney's essay "Blue Water Days" from "The Horn Book" of March 1934 (p. 91-95) discussing the "Swallows and Amazons" series.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from Bertha E. Mahony's "Five Years of Children's Books" (Doubleday: New York, 1936, p. 410-13) reviewing the book "Swallows and Amazons."

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from May Jill Arbutnnot's book "Children and Books" (Chicago: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1947, p. 372-374) discussing the series of books.

1 xerox copy of the essay "Arthur Ransome: Charting the Course" from the "Times Literary Supplement" of November 28, 1963, p. 965-6) referring to Ransome's series.

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from John Rowe Townsend's "Written for Children: An Outline of English Children's Literature" (New York: Lothrop, 1965, p. 97, 105-110, 138).

1 xerox copy of an excerpt from "Young Readers' Review" from January 1968 (Vol. 4, No. 5, p. 12) reviewing the book "Swallows and Amazons."

1 printed newspaper article "Being an Amazon Isn't Plain Sailing" from the "Manchester Guardian" of January 11, 1984, with reference to the Altounyan family--Tacqui, Susan, Titty, Roger and Brigit--on whom the "Swallows and Amazons" characters were based.

1 page from a printed article by John M. Garber from the "Small Boat Journal" of August/September 1988 reviewing the book "Swallows and Amazons."

Box: 2 Fold: 12 Utley, Freda
1940

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of an excerpt from Freda Utley's book "The Dream We Lost: Soviet Russia Then and Now" (John Day: New York, 1940, p. 23), making reference to Arthur Ransome's work as a correspondent for the "Manchester Guardian."

Box: 2 Fold: 13 "Winter Holiday"
April 1934

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 xerox copy of an essay from the April 1934 edition of "Young Wings" reviewing Arthur Ransome's book "Winter Holiday" (p. 4-5).

Box: 2 Fold: 14 Arthur Ransome - Photograph
1904-1967 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 black-and-white 5" x 7" photograph of Arthur Ransome.

Box: 2 Fold: 15 Arthur Ransome - Tape of Radio Show Regarding
March 1984 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 audio cassette tape of a radio show from England about Arthur Ransome honoring the anniversary of his birth. Also contains 1 xerox copy of a TLS dated 3/14/1984 from Wendy Davies to Frank Kurt Cylke mentioning the radio show and referring to two BBC dramatizations based on books by Ransome.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Shaw Collection
1967 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 copy of John MacKay Shaw's printed pamphlet "The Shaw Collection in Poetry" reprinted from November 1967 "Top of the "News"(American Library Association: Chicago).

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