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GLYN, Elinor (1864-1943). Novelist.
Two good Autograph Letters Signed and a telegram (received copy) to [?Arthur] Bryant, 4 pages 8vo, The Bath Club and Hertford Street [London], 1941. Praising Bryant's talk ('I feel that you have the sane balanced mind which can undo the harm Priestley, & his like, are spreading'), urging him to broadcast his ideas to the masses, and arranging to meet at Prunier's for dinner.
[No: 5372]

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