Letters addressed to A.P. Watt and his sons, 1883-1924.

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A.P. Watt , London
Literary agents -- Correspondence., Authors, English -- Correspond
ContributionsWatt (A.P.) and Son.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 217, [1] p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14841882M

Mostly testimonial letters from satisfied clients of A.P. Watt, praising his services. Many of the letters were published in promotional brochures.

Two of these books, COLLECTION OF LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT BY VARIOUS WRITERS (London, ) & LETTERS ADDRESSED TO A.P. WATT (London, ), are included in the collection. Letter books. Letters (copies) to various authors and publishers, etc.

Vols. Numbered on spines through XXV. Letter of Oct. 2, encloses ALS printed in Letters to A. Watt and his sons London, A. Watt & son,p. Printed in Letters addressed to A. Watt and his sons London: A.

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Watt and. Watt and Son is a British literary agency founded in by A. (Alexander Pollock) Watt. Under A. Watt and later his son Alec Watt, the firm served as literary agents for Rudyard Kipling from until Kipling's death in Mostly testimonial letters from satisfied clients of A. Watt, praising his services.

Many of the letters were published in promotional brochures. Two of these books, Collection of Letters Addressed to A.P. Watt by Various Writers (London, ) and Letters Addressed to A.P.

Watt (London, ), are included in the collection. In April Beckett wrote to his friend George Reavey after stopping over with him in London on his way from Paris to Dublin.

His novel Watt had been sent to A P Watt Son, a literary agency, by. Watt and Son is a British literary agency. It was founded in by Alexander Pollock Watt. Custodial History The bulk of the materials were received from the files of A. Watt and Son.

Scope and Content Note This is a synthetic collection consisting of. There are letters to Wilde from W. Morse, Marie Prescott, John Ruskin, and A. Watt and son, dating from to The Oscar Wilde collection of papers are arranged in. It contained over letters, virtually all of them from his literary agent, Mr.

Peter Watt of A P. Watt and Son, to Captain W. Johns himself. The letters generally span the years to but a few others precede those dates. After recieving "Letters from Walter", I sat down and started reading the book.

I didn't stop until I had finished reading the entire book. It is written in a way that it keeps your attension and has a mixture of world war II and personal experiences of a soldier 's letters to and from his aunt and uncle while he was s: 7.

They had one son, Justin Leiber, in Several years after Jonquil's death inhe married Margo Skinner. His employment throughout the years included editorial positions and teaching drama, but Fritz Leiber primarily supported himself with his writing.

Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Signed by Peter Watt with a dedication to a friend named Mark. 1st Edition Book is in very good condition. Extra bonus for Peter Watt fans, there is a letter to a friend written on Peter Watt company letter head, that too is also signed by Peter Watt. Customer service is our #1 priority.

The Collected Letters of Alan Watts reveals the remarkable arc of Watts’s colorful and controversial life, from his school days in England to his priesthood in the Anglican Church as chaplain of Northwestern University to his alternative lifestyle and experimentation with LSD in the heyday of the late sixties.

His engaging letters cover a Reviews:   I keep old letters in a tin, old books (from the s) on my book shelf, and both old and new cards in a scrapbook. I find them very entertaining, and yes, good writing is a lost art.

Some people ask me why I do this when they are worth so little, and I reply "Because I like their style and grace.". I have been researching on how to create a book for my family with my father’s letters – pages I have scanned – I really wanted to keep the letters in his handwriting but trying to find a place to “make” the book seems to be very expensive to 5 copies – over each.

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Dillingham $ pp. Cloth No. Bernard Shaw Before His First Play. The secretary of the Free Breakfast Fund called on No. 1 recently and solicited a subscription, which was readily given, the donor adding to his signature the mystic letters M.B., C.M.

2 across the street was next waited upon, and he likewise put his name down, with the affix M.B, C.M, L.F.P.S.E. Overview: The records include writings, correspondence and printed materials by or relating to Rudyard Kipling.

Writings consist of holograph manuscripts, corrected typescripts, and corrected proofs. The bulk of the correspondence consists of letters from Rudyard Kipling to A. Watt and Alec Watt written between and concerning both the publication of Kipling's writings and personal.

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The correspondence consists of letters by the author, dating from toto Peter Fenelon Collier, William Hooker Gillette, Harold Massingham, Richard C. White, William Arthur Wills, the publishing firm of Cassell & Co., the literary agency A.

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Watt and his sons, (1 copies). works, correspondence to and from Charles Nordhoff to his co-author James Hall, to various publishers, and letters to and from a variety of friends and relations, including former Secretary of the Interior Gifford Pinchot, Adlai Stevenson, A.P.

Watt, Ellery Sedgwick, and others. The letter is by her father, John S. Watts, who wrote from Albuquerque, New Mexico to tell his family how he was faring on his journey to the California gold fields.

Her brother wrote her from the diggings at Cold Springs, California in about and there was the packet of letters Margaret had written to her mother in California from.

His permanent office was established at Talbot House, 9 Arundel Street, Strand, W.C., with the cable address, “Bookishly, London.” After and J.B. Pinker's death, his oldest son, Eric S., dealt with the clients - the firm being called James B. Pinker and Son.

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The diaries of his son, Thomas A'Becket, Jr. are primarily music related. These diaries span the years to.

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The early letters give us a school age Watts addressing his “Mummy and Daddy” and diving into thought. As the book progresses, we get to track the evolution of this thinker as he move away from upbringing and his priesthood in the Anglican Church to .A. P. Watt Ltd.

Subjects: Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, and B. Other Works, The subseries dealing with his book-length works is arranged alphabetically by book title, reflecting the way many of his papers were originally filed, including those letters and clippings he frequently placed inside his personal.