HOUSMAN (A.E.) Autograph letter signed, 1933
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HOUSMAN (A.E.) Autograph letter signed, 1933
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Autograph letter signed, to A. C. Hills, declining an invitation to speak at London University: "I am flattered by the request of the King's College Literary Society, but it is only in very exceptional circumstances that I address audiences"; with envelope (stamp removed), one page, 8vo, integral blank, Trinity College, Cambridge, 21 September 1933

A. C. Hills graduated in English at King's College, London, in 1933. This letter is not in The Letters of A.E. Housman, edited by Archie Burnett (2007).
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