A Guide to the Max Beerbohm Correspondence, 1900-1909 Beerbohm, Max, Correspondence >Ms1974-002

Max Beerbohm Correspondence, 1900-1909

A Collection in
Special Collections
Collection Number Ms1974-002


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Processed by: Ashley Wellens and Kira A. Dietz, Special Collections

Repository
Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.
Collection Number
Ms1974-002
Title
Max Beerbohm Correspondence, 1900-1909
Physical Characteristics
0.1 cu. ft. 1 folder
Creator
Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of three letters by Beerbohm, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from Max Beerbohm Correspondence must be obtained from Special Collections, Virginia Tech.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Max Beerbohm Correspondence, Ms1974-002, Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Acquisition Information

The collection was acquired by Special Collections in September 1974.

Processing Information

The processing, arrangement, and description of the Max Beerbohm Correspondence was completed in 1974. Additional description was completed in March 2011.


Biographical note

Max Beerbohm was a British caricaturist, critic and essayist who was best known for his witty caricatures of late Victorian writers.

Scope and Content note

The collection consists of three letters, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients. The letter to Miss Peacock is an apology for having kept her book. The letter dated May 12, 1909 is in regarding to the price of a drawing. The letter dated December 13, 1900 is in regarding to getting a seat on possible a train to London either Thursday or Sunday.

Arrangement

Letters are in chronological order.

Contents List

Folder 1
Correspondence, 1900-1909