Ruby Ayres letters
The letters of Ruby Mildred Ayres contain eight letters written by Ayres. Three of the letters are addressed to Mr. Douglas Sladen, English poet, and pertain to invitations, thank yous, and other small personal matters. The remaining five letters are addressed to Mr. Leonard Moore, literary agent, and pertain to business matters involving serial installments being published. The letters document a few of the professional and personal interactions of Ayres’ within a brief period of her career as a prolific, popular novelist in England. They are printed on Corner Ways Sheepcote Road Harrow letterhead.
- 1921 - 1923
- Ayres, Ruby Mildred, 1883-1955 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box) : 2 ALsS, 1TLS, 3pp, n.d., 9 June 1921 and 10 February 1923. Printed on Corner Ways Sheepcote Road Harrow letterhead.
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Ruby Mildred Ayres (1883-1955), novelist. Consist of eight letters written by Ayres, documenting a few of her professional and personal interactions within a brief period of her career as a prolific popular novelist in England. Three are addressed to Mr. Douglas Sladen, English poet, while the remaining five are addressed to Mr. Leonard Moore, literary agent.
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