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Prepared by Kevin Ferst, April 10, 2002; Last Update: May 2020
Inclusive Dates: 1918-1937
Extent: .33 cubic foot (1 document case)
Physical Location: 11th floor
Biographical Note: (Edith) Constance Holme (1880-1955) was born in Milnthorpe, Westmorland, England, the youngest of fourteen children. She wrote novels, short stories and plays. Some of her best-known works include Beautiful End (1918), The Splendid Fairing (1919, The Lonely Plough (1914), and The Things Which Belong (1925). For more information on Holme and her writings see Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 34.
Scope and Content: This collection consists of manuscripts of the novel Beautiful End, one short story, and a one-act play. There is also some correspondence with E. A. Osborne, and several certificates of authenticity to her typescripts.
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