MC:P204/1/16C Copies of letters from Lord Alfred Douglas
MC:P204/1/16C/1 10 Jul 1913
Seven fragments of a letter from Douglas, to a ‘Colonel’ (presumably his father-in-law, Colonel Custance), in which Douglas appears to be attacking him for his treatment of Douglas, and Olive and Raymond Douglas, and his supposed attempts to have Douglas put in prison.
[This letter had been torn up into several pieces, presumably by Douglas. Two fragments were found in an envelope with MC:P204/1/1C/29 & 40, MC:P204/1/2C/9, MC:P204/1/4C/2, and MC:P204/1/5C/3]
MC:P204/1/16C/2 17 Jun 1915
Copy (in Douglas’s hand) of letter from Douglas (address, 17 Basil Street, Knightsbridge), to T. W. H. Crosland, concerning distributing copies of The Antidote.
MC:P204/1/16C/3 21 Sep 1929
Typescript copy of letter from Douglas (address, 35 Fourth Street, Hove) to Thomas Earle Welby, concerning an (apparently complimentary) article he wrote for the Saturday Review about Douglas.
MC:P204/1/16C/4–5 late 1944
Letter from Douglas (address, Old Monks Farm, Lancing) to an unnamed addressee, preserved as both an MS draft (4 sheets) annotated by Edward Colman, and a typed copy (made by Colman?). Douglas explains his straitened financial circumstances following the death of his wife.
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