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Letter, 1959, from Alexander Gray to Archibald H. Campbell

Identifier: Coll-1662
Scope and Contents The letter, dated 21 May 1959, is to 'My dear Archie', Archibald H. Campbell. It accompanied a copy of Selected poems 'put together by Maurice Lindsay' in Gray's 'pre-Danish Days'. The letter also refers to a copy of Sir Halewyn, and to various of his 'signature tunes'.
Dates: 1959

Postcard to Professor A. H. Campbell, 3 December 1969

Identifier: Coll-1423
Scope and Contents The postcard is dated 3 December 1969, and its origin is Heriot Row [Edinburgh]. It is addressed to Prof. A. H. Campbell, on Braid Hills Road, Edinburgh and is thanks for a 'letter to D. Currie' and indicating that the 'check is correct'. The writer indicates that 'Crabbie, the Nelsons, or Sir D.T. are not for the moment going to be tried, but there is hope 'that someone else will come along with a letter to them'.
Dates: 1969

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