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Fri Mar 21 17:15:03 2014 UTClccn-n500306980.00Cynthia Asquith0.441.00Susan Bivin Aller collection of J. M. Barrie,809595Cynthia_Asquithn 5003069866064Asquith, Cynthia M. 1887-1960Asquith, Cynthia Mary EvelynAsquith, Cynthia Mary Evelyn Charteris.Asquith, Cynthia Mary Evelyn Charteris, 1887-1960Asquith, Cynthia Mary Evelyn Charteris, Lady, 1887-1960Charteris, Cynthia Mary Evelyn.Charteris, Cynthia Mary Evelyn, 1887-1960Charteris, Cynthia Mary Evelyn 1887-1960 Frueherer NameCharteris, Cynthia Mary Evelyn Asquith, 1887-1960アスキス, シンシアlccn-n50000555Barrie, J. M.(James Matthew)1860-1937lccn-n79068416Tolstoy, Leograf1828-1910lccn-n80015575Tolstai︠a︡, S. A.(Sofʹi︠a︡ Andreevna)1844-1919lccn-n50030833Horsley, E. M.(Edith M.)edtlccn-n79139628ElizabethQueen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain1900-2002lccn-n86859619Beauman, Nicola1944-lccn-n79046230Hardy, Thomas1840-1928lccn-n80126296ElizabethIIQueen of Great Britain1926-lccn-n79008214Cecil, David1902-1986lccn-n50026755Hartley, L. P.(Leslie Poles)1895-1972Asquith, CynthiaLady1887-1960BiographyDiariesAsquith, Cynthia,--Lady,Authors, EnglishBarrie, J. M.--(James Matthew),Tolstai︠a︡, S. A.--(Sofʹi︠a︡ Andreevna),Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Soviet UnionAuthors' spousesElizabeth,--Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain,Ghost storiesWomen authors, EnglishGreat BritainQueensChildren's literatureAllegoriesAuthors, ScottishEnglandCecil, RachelFane, Julian,Cecil, David,Hartley, L. P.--(Leslie Poles),FriendshipGift booksChildren's literature, EnglishDetective and mystery stories, EnglishIntellectual lifeHardy, Thomas,HomesEngland--Dorchester (Dorset)Elizabeth--II,--Queen of Great Britain,Margaret,--Princess, Countess of Snowdon,FamiliesChild rearingFairy talesShort stories, EnglishChildren's poetry, EnglishChildren's stories, EnglishGhost stories, EnglishLibrariesSitwell, Edith,Auction catalogsAutographsFerber, Edna,First editionsGale, Zona,Authors' presentation copiesUnited StatesMordaunt, Elinor,WomenLyell, James P. R.--(James Patrick Ronaldson),Meynell, Esther18871960190019021910192019231925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194319471948194919501951195219531954195519561957196019611962196319641965196819691970197119731974197719841985198619871988199019941997200020065723165431828.91203PR6001.S68ocn002083349ocn001422218ocn003572503ocn036371435ocn027355146ocn074139291ocn644068391ocn438164228ocn813901989ocn639724995ocn001874656ocn079856273ocn073851937ocn46491885695630ocn000321616book19600.35Asquith, CynthiaMarried to TolstoyBiography89621ocn001280031book19540.39Asquith, CynthiaPortrait of BarrieBiography19821ocn001374269book19000.59Asquith, CynthiaThe Duchess of York; an intimate & authentic life storyBiography1373ocn000587512book19370.29Asquith, CynthiaHer Majesty, the Queen, an entirely new and complete biography written with the approval of Her MajestyBiography1352ocn001422198book19530.28Asquith, CynthiaA book of modern ghosts1225ocn001506313book19250.24The flying carpet9211ocn004072792book19270.86Asquith, CynthiaThe black cap : new stories of murder and mystery902ocn000546258book19470.81Asquith, CynthiaThis mortal coil898ocn002083349book19260.08Asquith, CynthiaThe treasure ship, a book of prose and verse7813ocn001422218book19550.81Asquith, CynthiaThe third ghost book775ocn000275216book19350.07Asquith, CynthiaThe Princess Elizabeth gift book : in aid of the Princess Elizabeth of York Hospital for Children758ocn003259028book19000.92Asquith, CynthiaThe ghost book : sixteen new stories of the uncanny665ocn002128925book19370.59Asquith, CynthiaQueen Elizabeth, her intimate and authentic life story from childhood up till to-day, told with the personal approval of Her Majesty602ocn003577548book19690.90Asquith, CynthiaThomas Hardy at Max GateBiography583ocn003572503book19270.07Asquith, CynthiaSails of gold563ocn000758092book19260.63Asquith, CynthiaThe ghost book; stories5512ocn004199576book19520.86Asquith, CynthiaThe second ghost book536ocn001709376book19370.29Asquith, CynthiaThe King's daughters478ocn001422207book19230.84Asquith, CynthiaThe child at home421ocn004417723book19280.39Asquith, CynthiaThe funny bone8277ocn000003868book19680.37Asquith, CynthiaDiaries, 1915-1918Diaries2744ocn000347289book19500.53Asquith, CynthiaHaply I may remember2294ocn000615295book19520.50Asquith, CynthiaRemember and be glad1851ocn016080339book19870.47Beauman, NicolaCynthia AsquithBiography882ocn024699029book19900.81Fane, JulianBest friends : memories of Rachel and David Cecil, Cynthia Asquith, L.P. Hartley, and some othersBiography511ocn017727845book19870.35Asquith, CynthiaDiaries 1915-18BiographyDiaries81ocn187495927book19400.86Wells, H. GAll aboard for Ararat21ocn220381128rcrd1988Beauman, NicolaCynthia AsquithBiography11ocn711958071book19570.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of valuable printed books, fine bindings, drawings, literary manuscripts and autograph letters, : comprising a collection of examples of fine printing and books on typography, books from the Ashendene Press the property of Miss E.M.S. Hornby ... Dorothy Walker ; rare incunabula, including the La Vallière-Meade Falkner copy of Durandus, Rationale, [Basel, not after 1476]; the Ventisettana Boccaccio on large paper; handsome English and Italian bindings; a rare German armorial binding; and a very fine Parisian Sixteenth Century tooled casket including the property of J.B.S. Noble ... Mrs. Montague Ryland ; first editions of English and American literature, in fine copies the property a New York private collector ; a presentation copy of Sketches by Boz, and Cruikshank's illustrations to Dickens; first editions of Verlaine and Wilde; fine colour- plate books; a set of model soldiers of Napoleon III's army; and three magnificent albums of Chinese drawings ... the Dowager Countess Ferrers; John Peel's hunting horn and crop ... C.V.C. Willcox ; letters of George Johnston, governor of New South Wales, Clive, John Wesley, Keble, Newman, Gladstone, Florence Nightingale, Hans Andersen, Ernest Dowson, Christina Rossetti, Dickens, Meredith, R.D. Blackmore, Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde and highly important literary manuscripts of J.M. Barrie the property of Mrs. D.O. Fairweather ... Lady Cynthia Asquith ... Michael Asquith, Esq. ... Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries, 34 & 35, New Bond St., W.1 on Monday, the 20th May, 1957, and the following dayBibliography CatalogsCatalogs11ocn020707095mix0.47Autograph collectionArchivesAutographsIncludes autographs, memorabilia, correspondence, archives, etc11ocn702199281mix1.00Aller, Susan BivinSusan Bivin Aller collection of J. M. BarrieCollection of correspondence and other materials relating to J. M. Barrie. Correspondence includes two letters from Barrie, one to William M[axse?] Meredith, as well as third-party letters from George du Maurier and Lady Cynthia Asquith. Other materials include a clipping, a copy of Barrie's coat of arms, and samples of linen thread and tobacco11ocn711958336book19620.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of nineteenth century and modern first editions, presentation copies, autograph letters and literary manuscripts : comprising first editions of Harrison Ainsworth, Marryat, Le Fanu, sir Max Beerbohm, Hilaire Belloc, Sir Winston Churchill, Tolstoi's War and peace, Lenin, Trotsky, A.E. Coppard, Robert Frost, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, Dylan Thomas and Lawrence Durrell; a presentation copy of Lord Alfred Douglas's Poems to André Gide; and the very rare first edition of W.B. Yeats's Mosada, 1886, original wrappers; letters of Dickens, Cardinal Newman, Conrad, Edward Thomas, Rudyard Kipling, Conan Doyle, R.L. Stevenson, Rider Haggard and T.E. Lawrence (written during the Arabian Campaign); publishing material relating to the firm of Richard Bentley and Son; fine series of letters of R.S. Hawker (436 letters to Mrs. Watson), W.E. Henley, E.F. Benson, H. Seton Meriman, George Meredith, Galsworhty, G. Bernard Shaw, A.E. Coppard, Edgar Wallace, Heinrich Mann and Ezra Pound; and two very fine series of D.H. Lawrence, to E.H.R. Collins and to Lady Cynthia Asquith; autograph manuscripts of Richard Jefferies, Thomas Hardy, J.M. Barrie, Edmund Blunden, Rose Macaulay, W.H. Auden and Aldous Huxley (the corrected typescript of Grey eminence), and important autograph manuscripts of Edith Sitwell. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ...Tuesday, 19th June, 1962Catalogs11ocn711958109book19570.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of nineteenth-century and modern English and French first editions, presentation copies, autograph letters, literary manuscripts etc, : comprising ... the property of Leonard Amster, Esq. ... John Sparrow, Esq. ... Michael Sadleir, Esq. ... J. Middleton Murry, Esq. ... Messrs. Chatto & Windus, Ltd. ... Archibald Douglas, Esq. ... J. M. Dawkins ... Lady Cynthia Asquith and Peter Davies. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... at their large galleries, 34 & 35, New Bond St., W.1 on Monday, the 25th November, 1957, and the following dayCatalogs11ocn226658189mix0.47Bagnold, EnidEnid Bagnold correspondenceRecords and correspondenceCollection consists of 83 autograph and typescript letters and postcards from Enid Bagnold (Lady Jones) to Cynthia Asquith (Lady Diane) and date from 1928 to 195311ocn032452377book19281.00Leacock, StephenLetterRecords and correspondenceLetter from Leacock to Lady Cynthia Asquith; relates to republishing one of his works11ocn173692515fileDerleth, AugustAugust William Derleth papersThe processed portion of the collection is summarized above, dates 1858, 1907-1978, and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below11ocn009628027mix0.47Asquith, CynthiaCynthia Asquith correspondenceArchivesLetters addressed to Lady Asquith from various writers discussing their literary contributions to Asquith's anthologies11ocn047154609mixDonaldson, Benjamin RCollectionCriticism, interpretation, etcCollection, 1924-1934, undated, consists mainly of correspondence to Donaldson in his editorial role at the Dearborn Independent from British author, Lady Cynthia Asquith; American novelist Homer Croy; Ala. author and Newberry Award winner, Charles J. Finger; and American poet and novelist, Margaret E. Sangster. Also included are typescripts submitted by Finger11ocn643524474book19510.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of printed books : comprising English literature of the XVI & XVIII centuries from the library of the late James P.R. Lyell, Esq., J.P.; medical & scientific tracts, the property of Major R. Jefferson Hogg; books on racing & sport in general, the property of the late Walter Hutchinson, Esq.; English & Continental works on the fine arts, the property of Mrs. Blanche V. Hartley, Coombe Grange, Sunningdale; and the property of Lady Cynthia Asquith; a small library on gardening, the arts, and country pursuits, the property of the late Major Hugh E.E. Peel (sold by order of the trustees); a collection of modern limited & privately printed editions, the property of S.A. Stallebrass, Esq.; an important ornithological library, the property of the late J.J. Baldwin Young, Esq., M.A., The Grange, Eckington, Derbyshire (sold by order of the trustees); and other properties : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ... on Monday, the 19th of February, 1951, and two following days11ocn122560605mix0.47Bell, Susan GAn annotated bibliography of British women's autobiographies, 1790-1950 :The collection includes the questionnaires, together with the original NEH grant proposal and correspondenceFri Mar 21 15:20:34 EDT 2014batch27508