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Person Details

Smith, Florence Margaret (1902-1971), poet and novelist

Stevie Smith (Also known as)

GB/NNAF/P153107   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P26454)

Location of Related Collections
Scopeliterary papers
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Other referencesee Location register of 20th century English literary MSS 1988
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Record ReferenceDP/156 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
Other referencesee Notes from the Archives; no 5
Scope1943-70: letters to Kay Dick and papers (63 items)
RepositoryWashington University in St Louis
Record ReferenceWTU00103 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
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RepositoryCambridge University: King's College Archive Centre
Record ReferenceJDH link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 34062 Hayward
Scope1956-65: letters (10)
RepositoryUniversity of Birmingham: Cadbury Research Library: Special Collections
Record ReferenceL.Add 4984-92, 5459
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 13481 Birmingham
Scope20th cent: mss, corresp with Madeau Stewart
RepositoryOxfordshire History Centre
Record ReferenceP143
Other referencesee Annual return 1994
Scope1950-69: corresp with L Horvat
RepositoryHull History Centre (Hull University Archives)
Other referencesee Annual Return 1996
Scope1946-1969: letters (5) to Polly Hill, and drawings published as illustrations for the poems in 'The Frog Prince'
RepositoryHull History Centre (Hull University Archives)
Record ReferenceDP/209
Other referencesee Annual Return 2006

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