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GALSWORTHY-38671-1.jpg GALSWORTHY WORKING ON 'MAID IN WAITING'
GALSWORTHY (John, 1867-1933, Author of 'The Forsyte Saga', Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

Superb unsigned portrait photo by Olive EDIS, (later Edis-Galsworthy, 1876-1955) signed in pencil on the mount by the photographer, showing him half length in profile, sitting in an armchair correcting proofs, 14½" x 12" in mount, 18" x 14½", annotated on the verso that it was "taken October 3rd 1929 in the chair in which he always wrote, at Grove Lodge, Hampstead, London, N.W. The manuscript at which he is working is the third Chapter of 'Maid in Waiting' in an earlier version", Hampstead, 3rd October

Item Date:  1929
Stock No:  38671      £275

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GALSWORTHY (John, 1867-1933, Author of 'The Forsyte Saga', Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

Autograph Letter Signed to W.H.Jones "I would like very much to have that Hamilton picture", 1 side folio, together with autograph envelope, Wingstone, Manaton, Nr Moretonhamstead, Devon, headed paper, October 9th

Item Date:  1914
Stock No:  27369      £135

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GALSWORTHY (John, 1867-1933, Author of 'The Forsyte Saga', Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

Autograph Letter Signed to "Dear Mr Rowsell", on Bury House, Bury, Nr Pullborough, Sussex headed paper, "Mr Brockhurst tells me that you are to pay the rent on this cottage, I have fixed it a 3/- a week and suppose it is due from the middle of August last" he goes on to ask when he can start to pay the rent, 1 side 4to, November 8th creased across and down the letter

Item Date:  1931
Stock No:  27359      £175

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GALSWORTHY (John, 1867-1933, Author of 'The Forsyte Saga', Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

Autograph Letter Signed to his cousin "My Dear Ned", on 10 Tor Gardens, Campden Hill headed paper, "I return to you the draft surrender to which we see no objection....hoping the matter will now shortly be concluded" two sides 8vo, June 23rd

Item Date:  1903
Stock No:  27307      £125

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GALSWORTHY (Ada née Cooper, Wife of the Novelist John Galsworthy 1867-1933, Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Jones, saying how sorry they are to hear about Mr Jones illness, "We will be glad to come in if we may about 4 O'clock on sunday afternoon", 1 side large 8vo, Wingstone, Manaton, Devon, no place, no date, with autograph envelope, postmarked December 17th

Item Date:  1930
Stock No:  28024      £40

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