Letter from Darrell Figgis to Mr. "Stuart",
1912 April 3rd.
|Main Creator:||Figgis, Darrell, 1882-1925|
Letter from Darrell Figgis to a recipient identified only as Mr. "Stuart". Figgis "at the risk of seeming ... an annoying egotist" sends a copy of his Shakespeare study as a thank-you gift for a enjoyable holiday. He states "To come once, I can say, is to return again, and when I return, I think it will chiefly to be to find out certain faces and to shake certain hands". He adds, in a P.S., "Am I right in calling you Stuart? Or do I stumble?"
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Physical description: 1 p.
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|MS 49,568||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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