Max Beerbohm Correspondence
Scope and Content
The Max Beerbohm Correspondence consists of three letters, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients. The letter to Miss Peacock apologizes for having kept her book. The letter dated May 12, 1909, regards the price of a drawing. The letter dated December 13, 1900, pertains to getting a seat on a possible train to London either Thursday or Sunday.
- 1900 - 1909
- Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956 (Person)
Language of Materials
The materials in the collection are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use
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Max Beerbohm (1872-1956) was a British caricaturist, critic, and essayist best known for his witty caricatures of late Victorian writers.
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The collection consists of three letters by Max Beerbohm, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients.
The collection is arranged chronologically.
Source of Acquisition
The collection was purchased by Special Collections in September 1974. The collection was acquired with a number of books by Max Beerbohm, which can be found in the online library catalog.
Rights Statement for Archival Description
The guide to the Max Beerbohm Correspondence by Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, is licensed under a CC0 (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/).
The processing, arrangement, and description of the Max Beerbohm Correspondence was completed in 1974. Additional description was completed in March 2011.
- Max Beerbohm Correspondence, 1900-1909
- Ashley Wellens, Student Volunteer, and Kira A. Dietz, Archivist
- 2011 (CC0 1.0)
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