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Nash, Barbara


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Mercia Oakley, 1911

 Item — Nash 16
Call Number: MSS 24
Scope and Contents:

Written from Iver Heath. Black bordered. Nash admonishes Oakley against including "sudden shocks" in her letters. Humorously explains the domestic drama that ensued upon his reading in her last letter that she "immediately fell head over ears in love." People mentioned: Mrs. Caswell, Mrs. Peddell, Peddell the manservant, Barbara Nash, John Nash, and W. H. Nash.

Dates: 1911

Letter to Mercia Oakley, 1911 September 23

 Item — Nash 17
Call Number: MSS 24
Scope and Contents: Written from Iver Heath. Concerns a house party in the country and describes the landscape and Nash's first experience fowling. Also mentions the visit of Nash's friend, who is in love. Nash discusses his desire to become famous, but explains that his first goal is to become independent of his father. Includes two sketches, the first of a staircase and the second of a man holding a smoking gun (reproduced in Dear Mercia, opposite p. 41). People mentioned: Barbara...
Dates: 1911 September 23

Paul Nash Letters to Mercia Oakley

Call Number: MSS 24

This collection comprises letters from Paul Nash to Mercia Oakley, written from 1909 to 1918.

Dates: 1909-1951, bulk 1909-1912

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