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Hinkson, Katherine (1861-1931), poet and novelist

Katherine Tynan (Maiden name)
Katherine Tynan Hinkson (Also known as)

GB/NNAF/P153535   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P14046)

Location of Related Collections
Scopeliterary corresp (c400 items)
RepositoryManchester University: University of Manchester Library
Other referencesee Accessions to repositories 1985; Guide 1999 p144
Scopecorresp, literary MSS and papers
RepositorySouthern Illinois University Library
Record ReferenceCollection 55 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
Other referencesee NUC MS 70-1903
Scopecorresp and papers
RepositoryUniversity College Dublin
Other referencesee Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
Scopepapers (53 items)
RepositoryUniversity of Texas at Austin: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Library
Other referencesee Hamer, Archives and MSS in USA 1961
Scope1906-30: letters to GK and FA Chesterton
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 73240
Scope1893-1926: letters to Clement Shorter
RepositoryLeeds University Library, Special Collections
Record ReferenceShorter
Other referencesee Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
Scope1899-1924: letters to Edith OEnone Somerville
RepositoryCollection held privately: enquiries to Irish Manuscripts Commission
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 40903 Somerville
Scopecorresp
RepositoryNational Library of Ireland
Other referencesee Annual report 1952-53
Scope1884-85: letters (16)
Repository Unknown Location
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 26617
Other referencesee Sold at Bonhams 18 Dec 2002 - lot 801
Scopeletters from WB Yeats
RepositoryHuntington Library
Other referencesee NUC MS 62-389

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