Item 42 - Typed letter from C. G. Seligman to Sir James Frazer

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Typed letter from C. G. Seligman to Sir James Frazer


  • 12 July 1937 (Creation)

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Court Leys, Toot Baldon, Oxford - Gives his support to the plan to share the unpublished material, is sure the Anthropological Institute will want to join with the Folklore in supporting the project, but suppose the support to be 'platonic' as they 'have to find a new house'.

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      Remnants of sticky labels affixed to one corner.

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