Item 19 - Letter from J. G. Frazer to 'Master' [Henry Montagu Butler]

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FRAZ/1/19

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Letter from J. G. Frazer to 'Master' [Henry Montagu Butler]

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  • 16 Mar. 1901 (Creation)

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Inch-ma-home, Cambridge - Does not expect Butler to read all three volumes [of 'The Golden Bough']: 'I quite understand that to many minds the descriptions of foolish and absurd customs which make up the bulk of the book may be tedious and even painful'; had a happy winter in Rome, but had to cut short their visit to return because their tenant left their house in Cambridge early.

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Enclosed in letter of 27 Sept. 1939 from Sir James Ramsay Montagu Butler to Lady Frazer, FRAZ/1/3.

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