File 4/20 - Letters to Professor Charles Reilly

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Letters to Professor Charles Reilly


  • 1994 (Creation)

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1 folder (1.5 cm.)

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The file comprises photocopies of letters, 1909-[1948], from Augustus John to Professor Charles Reilly at the Liverpool School of Architecture, including one from Dorelia John, 1932, and a letter from Annette Reilly, 1994. Also included are letters from Augustus John to Dora Yates, [1935]-[1960], and a letter from Dorelia, 1967, to her; letters from Augustus John to John Sampson, 1919-[1930]; and a letter, 1927, to Professor Garmon Jones.

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  • Romany

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Some Romany.

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Original correspondence to Professor Charles Reilly, 1917-1955, is in the Liverpool University Library. Letters to Dora Yates are in the Gypsy Lore Society Archive at Liverpool and the letter to William Garmon Jones is also held at the Library.

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Two letters from Professor Charles Reilly to Augustus John, 1932, are in NLW MS 22784D. Letters from Dora Yates, 1947, and John Samp[son], 1919, to Augustus John are in 4/1. Letters from Augustus John to John Sampson, 1902-[1927], are in NLW MS 21459E.

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Preferred citation: 4/20

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