Item 155 - Copy letter from F. S. Carey to J. G. Frazer

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Add. MS b/35/155


Copy letter from F. S. Carey to J. G. Frazer


  • c 1947-c 1955 (Creation)

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3 Cavendish Terrace, Princes Park, Liverpool. Dated Oct. 22, 1913 - Thanks him for 'The Scapegoat'; repeats a joke his son Dick made about planting his knife in 'The Golden Bough' to open its secrets; the Master [of Trinity] sent round some verses; saw J. S. Reid who spoke mainly of Robertson [Robinson?] Ellis; [J. P.] Postgate was visiting and Carey revealed to him his son's [Raymond Postgate's] violent socialist opinions, which were a shock; Edgar Browne is publishing a new book.

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